Santana puts up a certain amount of resistance to this idea, but it's sort of obvious she's been thinking the same thing herself as of late, and after the two kiss each other goodbye, Santana launches into this evening's final musical number: A performance of Alicia Keys's dull "Girl On Fie-Yah" that takes Santana straight from The Hallowed Halls Of Dear McKinley High all the way over to...
....the Bedford Avenue subway station in Williamsburg! This moment would, I'm sure, feel more triumphant had it occurred during a much more engaging episode. Unfortunately, they've tacked it on to the very end of this jumbled mess, so the impact isn't quite what it could have been. In any event, the song's final line finds Santana approaching the door of The Improbably Bohemian Loft, and she hesitates just a moment before knocking. St. Gay Of Lima answers, and it would be something of an understatement to say he's surprised to see her. "What are you doing here?" he goggles, as The Horrible Hooker Of Broadway stands somewhere in the far blurry background of the shot with her mouth agape. Santana saunters past him to plant herself in the middle of the floor, and -- at very long last -- she replies, "Moving in!" Dun-dun-DUN!
Next up: Wild wedding wackiness! I'm so excited, I could just puke.
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