Cut to Puck making out with Quinn, no longer pregnant and in her Cheerios uniform. Clearly, this is a flashback to the night she didn't get pregnant in a hot tub. Quinn almost stops the action, remembering her vow as president of the Celibacy Club. Puck reminds her that Santana and Brittany took the same vow, and it didn't stop them from getting down with the Puckerman. Wait, so all I have to do to get Puck in my pants is take a vow of celibacy? Where do I sign up? Quinn is also worried that they'll hurt Finn's feelings. Puck, with the perspective of the truly horny, tells her that once they leave high school they're not really going to care about any of their current relationships. Quinn also asks about protection, and Puck assures her that he's got it. Oh, Puck -- wishful thinking is not nearly as effective as a condom. He also tells her that this isn't just another hookup, and then (at her insistence) tells her that she's not fat.
In the present, a very pregnant Quinn is staring out the window at Will's house, lost in thought. Will gets her attention, and offers to help her with the stack of paper plates she's carrying. Oh, how chivalrous. Except that she reminds him that she's not due for a month and that a stack of plates weighing just a few ounces probably won't cause any serious injury to the fetus. Why is Quinn hanging out at Will's house? It's because the entire Glee Club is there for a pre-Regionals pizza party. The purpose of the party is to select the set list for Regionals. So, the competition is in less than a week and they're just now deciding what they'll sing? Oh, Will, you suck. The kids don't seem too pleased by this crappy planning either -- they're all in a total funk. But that's not because they've realized their coach is operating with some kind of hair-product-induced mental deficiency, it's because they've decided that with Sue as one of the judges, they'll never place and the club will be dead. Tina starts crying, and tells the kids that she's loved Glee Club and will miss having everyone as her friends. "Rachel was right. Being part of something special, it made me special." (I'd link to that part of the pilot where Rachel said that, but that crucial line wasn't quoted in the recap. Whoops!) As for why Tina knows what Rachel said in that moment when she was speaking only with Will, I assume that one of two things is true: either the A.V. Club has the bleachers bugged, or Rachel has repeated that line (in a haranguing one of voice) about once a week during the course of the school year. Finn doesn't see why the all think everything has to end even if the club itself is shut down. Rachel: "Please. You think Puck and Santana are even gonna acknowledge my existence once we're not in Glee Club together anymore?" Puck: "She has a point." Rachel, in tears herself, asks Will if they can forget about the Regionals set list and just talk about the things they loved about Glee Club. Man, this reminds me of the time I was in the school play freshman year and we thought we'd have to cancel the performances because two days before our premiere when the principal suspended a kid with a large role because he farted in a teacher's face. We all sat around crying like this. (Don't worry, my story has a happy ending -- a recent graduate home for Spring Break stepped in and learned the role in two days, saving the show. And giving me someone to crush on for the next couple of years.)