Now we see Will and the Beiste returning from their night of drunken shenanigans. She guides him into his apartment. Lest you think some hanky panky is in the works, she reminds him that a cab is waiting outside for her. But they do have a lovely chat about how sometimes drinking is totally fun and there's nothing wrong with that. It's like the exact opposite of a Very Special Episode. Oh, Beiste does get a little preachy by noting that teenagers are basically stupid (a sentiment with which I wholeheartedly agree) and that it's important to make sure they know about the dangers that can come with drinking so they make good decisions when they do drink. But she's drunk, so I'll forgive her for the preachiness. She leaves for her cab, but not before there are some drunken "I love you, man" exchanges between the two of them.
Jump forward in time a few minutes to Will grading papers, giving every one of them an A+ in between swigs from a bottle of beer. After reaching the point where he's grading papers for students he doesn't even remember, he picks up his cell phone and hits a number on his quick-dial list. For some reason, Emma and Sue are right next to each other on that list. Why would Will even have Sue's number on speed-dial? It's clear that Will is calling Emma, because the voice mail message he leaves starts off, "Hey there... sexy lady." Anyway, it's a drunk-dial-booty-call situation, but we leave the scene before we hear the rest of the message."
The next day, Will is hung-over and walking down the hallway when Figgins assails him with a loud and cheerful voice to note how excited he is to see New Directions perform at the assembly. Which I guess is today? Figgins is optimistic that there won't be any kind of sex riot at the assembly. Will leaves him to get away from his loud voice and Drakkar Noir, only to run into Emma. Will is incredibly embarrassed to see her, but she seems prepared to ignore the message he left for her. (HINT!) Will cops to drunk dialing Emma, but she didn't get the message. Will leaves her wondering what he might have said that would be so embarrassing and runs off down the hallway. And then he runs into Sue, who tells him she's made arrangements for him to be committed for 48 hours so he can get the wet devil out of his system. (HINT!) Sue tells Will that she's trying to help him, so he'll be at his strongest when she destroys him.