Emma furiously cleans a leather chair with a disinfectant wipe while Kathleen Quinlan looks on. Emma eventually gets the chair clean enough to sit on, at which time Kathleen Quinlan tells her that they're out of time. Because this is a therapy session, and Emma has used 48 of the 50 minutes cleaning the chair. And this is probably the best depiction of therapy I've ever seen on network television, as well as a depiction of one of the best therapists I've ever seen. I'm not going to quote the entire scene, because the words don't mean nearly as much without the two excellent performances given by Jayma Mays and Kathleen Quinlan. In brief, Emma is very resistant to the idea that her condition is a problem or is changeable, while the therapist works hard to get her to view it as a disease no different than diabetes. The scene ends with the doctor handing Emma a prescription and asking her to come back in a week. I really hope we see more of this process.
Hallway. Quinn's at her locker when Finn joins her. She's upset because her prom queen campaign has ended. Finn offers to show her something. And then he pulls a picture of Lucy Caboosey out of his wallet. He tells her that it's a picture of his girlfriend, and he likes it better than the one he used to carry. He kisses her. And then as she walks down the hall, she passes the three cult members from earlier (this time with polka-dot headbands instead of bows), admiring the Lucy Caboosey picture because it makes them think of Quinn as a real person. It seems that she has stolen the cult chick vote away from Lauren. And then Lauren joins her and tells her that Jewfro's poll has Quinn way ahead in the race for queen. And then Lauren apologizes to Quinn. And Quinn responds by telling Lauren that she really respects her for loving herself for who she is, whereas Quinn had to get a nose job and lose 70 pounds before she could love herself. They end as friends. Or at least, not as bitter enemies.
Brit-Brit approaches Santana at her locker to reveal her t-shirt. It reads "I'm with Stoopid," with an arrow pointing up at Brit's head. Santana's reads "Bitch." Brit's disappointed, because she was hoping Santana would wear one Brit made for her, reading "Lebanese." It takes Blanche... I mean, "Santana" a second to realize that Brit intended the shirt to read "Lesbian." Brit tells her that Santana's coming out speech to her was so honest and made Brit so proud. Santana tells her not to get used to it, and not to tell anyone about it. Brit: "Why not? You're like, the most awesomest girl at this school, why would you try to hide any of that?" Santana tells her that she's dating Karofsky, to which Brit naturally responds, "That's gross." Santana tells her that she no longer gets a say in who she (Santana) dates. Not because, in Brit's words, "you're Lebanese and I'm bi-curious." But because Santana told Brit she loved her and Brit didn't respond in kind. Brit: "I do love you. Clearly you don't love you as much as I love you or you'd put this shirt on and dance with me."