Hallway. Mercedes approaches Kurt and tells him, "I know you're going through a really scary time right now, but I feel like I don't know how to be around you anymore." And look, I am not here to mediate every fight that breaks out in the forums, but I think she's just saying that the way she knows how to express sympathy and love for him is through the lens of her faith, and he's told them that he doesn't want that. And then he tells her that he knows he shouldn't be pushing his friends away. And then she invites him to come to her church on Sunday, because she's gotten the church to dedicate the service to Burt. Kurt's initial response is to say no, but he agrees to come when she tells him he'll get to wear a fabulous hat. Commercials.
Emma's office. Finn is there: "I have to confess something. I'm the reason Sam got hurt." And then he explains about the Grilled Cheesus and all of his wishes that came true. And then Emma straightens him out on his delusions, telling him that they won the football game because now they have a coach who spends the time watching the game rather than biting his toenails. And that God didn't let Finn touch Rachel's boob -- that was all Rachel's doing. And, upon further discussion, she realizes it was because he actually listened to Rachel and gave her something she asked for. She tells him that the reason Sam was injured was because he got slammed by a 300-pound tackle who's on steroids. Emma: "God works in all kinds of mysterious ways. But I'm pretty sure he doesn't spend a lot of time trying to speak to us through sandwiches." Emma has clearly never been to Geoff's Superlative Sandwiches on Benefit Street in Providence. Because their sandwiches are a religious experience. Finn's disappointed -- his direct line to God has been taken away. "Now I just feel like everyone else. Like we're all just floating around in space. I don't like that." Emma, who really is a great guidance counselor, tells him that everybody struggles with these kinds of questions, so he shouldn't feel alone.