That family emergency turns out to be Shelby, at the hospital, where Beth is being treated for a split lip. Beth fell down, Shelby brought her to the hospital, and then she called Puck in what I can only assume was some kind of psychotic fugue state. The doctor comes out to tell them that Beth is fine, and then Puck gets all butch and demands that a plastic surgeon see Beth so she doesn't end up with any scars. And then he holds Shelby.
And then we cut to Puck, in Shelby's bed, engaging in some post-coital braggadocio. He's ready to go again, but she's come to her senses and tells him that he needs to leave. And Puck gets pissed off. He tells her that he thought she was an ass-kicker, but she turns out to be a coward.
And now it's the money scene. Santana is in her abuela's kitchen, eating dinner. Her grandma is wandering around the kitchen finding more food to push at Santana, but Santana just wants her to sit down so Santana can speak to her. Santana's in her civilian clothes, by the way, and her hair looks amazing. Santana wants to tell her abuela a secret. Abuela: "Santana, are you pregnant? Because I will beat you up with this chair." Santana tells her there's no bun in the oven, and goes on to tell her how much she's always admired her for her strength and for her independence. Santana: "I love girls the way I'm supposed to feel about boys. It's just something that's always been inside of me, and I really want to share it with you because I love you so much. I want you to know me, who I really am. When I'm with Brittany, I finally understand what people are talking about when they talk about love. I've tried so hard to push this feeling away, and keep it locked inside, but every day just feels like a war. And I walk around so mad at the world, when I'm really just fighting with myself. I don't want to fight anymore. I'm just too tired. I have to just be me. Say something, please." That speech may not have been the most beautifully worded, but it was beautifully true. That is exactly the kind of speech that so many gay kids have given to their parents or grandparents, trying to explain this burning need to tell the truth even if they fear the truth will hurt. And then Santana hears the response from her abuela that so many gay kids hear from their parents or grandparents: "I don't ever want to see you again." Abuela leaves the kitchen, and Santana breaks down in tears.
And if that scene was the money scene, this next scene is the exact opposite of the money scene. It's the credit default swap scene. Puck and Quinn are making out in Quinn's bed. Long story short, Quinn has realized that trying to get Beth back was a mistake, so she wants Puck to knock her up again. Puck refuses, and then apologizes to her for not seeing just how messed up she's been for the last couple of years. He wishes he could help her, but he's not going to have sex with her. She asks him to stay and just cuddle with her. And then he tells her that he's got a big secret to tell her. Oh, Puck, you really are stupid.