Music room. Will is cleaning up and putting all of this Glee-related stuff in boxes. Sue saunters into the empty room: "It's as barren as me in here, Will." Will asks if she just came to gloat. Will, it's Sue -- you might as well just ask her if she needs to breathe. Will congratulates her on her victory, and offers to shake her hand. I don't think he's serious. Sue: "Not unless you've got some hand sanitizer. I've seen that car you drive. I don't want to catch poor." Oh, Sue, you can't catch poor just from shaking hands. You have to exchange bodily fluids. Or bank account numbers. Will asks Sue to explain how she could honestly say New Directions wasn't good enough to at least beat Aural Intensity. She claims she can't discuss the judging process.
Smear sideways to Sue casting her vote. Having already written Aural Intensity in second and Vocal Adrenaline in third, it's a bit of a mystery why she seems to be taking so long to write New Directions in first, but she does pause for a bit. And then she votes for them, as we all knew she would. In voice-over, we hear her telling Will, "All I can say is casting my vote was easy. It reflected exactly how I felt in my heart about which team should win."