The Novak. Kitty emerges from a stall dressed in a skin-tight black vinyl bodysuit and cat ears. Lee Merriwether, Julie Newmar, Eartha Kitt, Michelle Pfeiffer and Anne Hathaway are turning over in their graves right now. (Don't you DARE mention Halley Berry to me!) Femme Fatale orders Marley out of the stall to show off her costume. Marley emerges in a gold body suit with a bunch of flowers sewn over the bosom, her arms crossed across her stomach. After Femme Fatale makes her put her arms down, we see that her belt is inscribed with a "WF." Which, she tells us, stands for Wall Flower. Because that's how she feels about herself. Femme Fatale makes her look in the mirror and stand up straight, and tells her that she is H-O-T-T hot, with "a bitchin' bod." She also insults Marley's mother and her abilities as a seamstress, but Marley seems to overlook it. I'm guessing that Kitty's new plot is to build Marley up so that she can tear her back down again? Femme Fatale also tells her to abandon the moniker "Wall Flower," rechristening her "Woman Fierce." And then they launch into Bonnie Tyler's "Holding Out for a Hero."
We immediately cut over to the music room, and this performance is H-O-T-T. They sound great together, they dance around with the whip that Femme Fatale is holding. And there's a very funny part where Femme Fatale spins her whip, creating a breeze that gives Woman Fierce a total wind machine effect. After they finish, to rapturous applause, Brit-Brit announces to the room at large, "I don't smell raspberry hair gel. Does anybody know where Blaine Warbler is?" Finn tells them that Blaine's been having a tough time, to which Asian Persuasion responds, "Oh, boo hoo. Get over it, it's like a bad Lifetime movie." She changes her snarky tune when Finn finishes his sentence by telling them that Blaine's decided to finish his senior year at Dalton. Doctor Y: "He's been taken by the dark side." Commercials.