Nurse's office. Look, Maharishi Figgins hired an actual competent nurse. How did that happen? He must be so shaken by this blackmail that he's forgetting to be his usual insane self. I know this nurse is competent because she realizes that Mercedes fainted due to her low blood pressure. The nurse leaves to get some ginger ale for Mercedes, and we see that Quinn is also in the nurse's office. For, let's say, some kind of pregnancy-related thing that is completely not worth mentioning. Quinn offers Mercedes a granola bar, and calls Mercedes on her bull when she claims not to be hungry. You see, Quinn used to starve herself, but she's realized that if she's willing to eat healthy for her baby's sake, why wasn't she willing to do it for her own sake? Mercedes starts to cry, because this obsession over weight and food is not who she is and not who she wants to be. Quinn reminds her that she's beautiful. I'm glad Quinn got some lines -- all that standing in corners and staring at people was making me worried she was a ghost.
Roller rink. The Glee kids are skating, but not really rehearsing. Because they're in the roller rink while it's open and other music is playing. Will is so stupid to have ever thought this would work as a rehearsal space. He acknowledges as much, telling April that "this" is not going to work out. She proposes they get together for a movie and a snuggle, and he also tells her he doesn't think they should make a habit of spending the night together. As always, Will knows exactly what April should do, even though he has no idea how to run his own life. He tells her that she'll always be unhappy until she finds an abode of her own. Instead of punching him in the jaw with her cute little fist, she actually accepts this advice, telling him, "Tonight, I'm going to go over to Buddy's and tell him we're through. If he still had the powers of speech, I'm sure he'd be thankful." She also tells us that the roller rink (which is named Rinky Dinks) loses $8,000 a night. Holy crap! How much does she pay that band?
Hallway. Kurt walks up to Finn's locker and tells him that he's decided they need to break their parents up. Finn noticed how miserable Kurt was when he started talk sports with Finn. Aw, our little dolt has emotional intelligence. How sweet. Finn doesn't like that his mother is moving on from his father, since he sees it as his filial duty to keep his father's memory alive. They agree to emulate Haley Mills and Lindsay Lohan in reverse and break their parents up.