Hospital. Puck and Quinn are standing at the window of the nursery, looking in on little Drizzle. Puck asks if Quinn wants to keep her. Quinn, bless her heart and her logical and intelligent brain, does not. Quinn asks Puck, "Did you love me?" Puck: "Yes. Especially now." They both look surprised to hear him say it. And then vampire Shelby swoops in to snatch up the baby. Or rather, she stands next to them and asks which one is their baby. Quinn asks what Shelby is doing there, and Shelby doesn't answer, just asking if the baby has a name. Quinn says it doesn't, but Puck tells her that the baby is named "Beth."
We're outside the Maharishi's Sanctum of Spine. The spine in this case belongs to Emma, who is screaming at Figgins about how unfair it is to shut down the Glee Club. Will sees this through the glass walls that seem to surround every administrative office in this school, and he walks up to Emma as she storms out of the office and asks her what's going on. She's near tears, and also very angry that Figgins has already given the choir room to the Mock U.N. Will seems willing to just lie down and take it, but Emma wants to fight back against Sue's cheating, scheming ways. Emma: "How can you just give up so easily?" Will tells her that it's over, but she thinks some things are worth fighting for. Will asks if she's talking about Glee Club, or their sickly, prematurely born relationship. Emma insists this is just about the kids, "this is not about us." Will: "Hell it isn't." He grabs her arm, tells her he loves her, and then plants one on her. A kiss I mean. Not a punch. I don't think they have that kind of romantic relationship. He's not giving up without a fight. And then Rachel interrupts their inappropriate makeout session to ask Will to come to the auditorium.
In the auditorium, the kids are all seated on stools on the stage. Will sits at the director's table in the audience. The kids have something to say to him, and that something is that even though they lost at Regionals, they feel like they won because they had him as a teacher. And it's not just because he's such a bad teacher that he failed to explain the difference between winning and losing. It's because he taught them things and gave them the chance to do things that nobody else seemed to care about. The kids all tell them something that was true about themselves before they joined Glee Club. For example, Mike Chang had never danced outside of his room, and Puck was throwing kids into dumpsters. Finn ends the litany, telling Will, "I didn't have a father... someone I could look up to, model myself after. Someone who could show me what it really meant to be a man." He means Burt, right? Mercedes: "Glee Club will never end, Mr. Schue, because you are Glee Club." And then they sing "To Sir With Love." The kids are all crying. And so is Will. And so are you. Especially at the sight of Santana with ugly tears smeared across her face. And it's okay if you're a little creeped out while you're crying, because that song sounds so much like a teacher's excuse to molest his students. As the song finishes, we see Sue lurking in the back of the auditorium. And I think she was crying, too. Commercials.