We see some hot black and white wingtips walking along. Those wingtips are at the bottom of an awesome dark red zoot suit being worn by one Ms. Sue Sylvester. She's at the television studio with a smile on her face -- but she loses that smile when she catches Rod sucking face with his co-anchor, Andrea. He's surprised to see her, since she's not scheduled for another Sue's Corner that night. She tells her she's there to show him her zoot suit, which she had made especially for their dance competition. Rod: "But only the men wear those." Sue: "Further embarrassed." Don't be embarrassed, Sue -- the way that suit looks on you, you could single-handedly start a fashion trend that would sweep northwestern Ohio. Andrea can't believe Rod is taking Sue to the dance. But Rod is more concerned with disabusing Sue of the idea that the two of them were exclusive. Sue tells him that's the only way she rolls. Rod: "I can't be caged in, Sue. That's why I got my tiger tattoo." He asks her if they're still on for the dance. They are most certainly not. We get the return of Sue's martial drum theme as she walks away.
Football practice. Puck watches the team practice from the stands. Rachel approaches and asks him if he misses it. He says he doesn't, and she tells him she hopes he didn't choose Glee over football just for her, because she doesn't think their relationship is going to work out. Puck: "That's cool, I was going to break up with you anyway." Rachel doesn't think that's true, but Puck couldn't stay with a girl who wouldn't even let him touch her boobs. Puck realizes that Rachel is hung up on Finn, and tells her that it's stupid to pine after him, since he'll never leave Quinn. But Rachel counter-perceives that Puck is hung up on Quinn. Puck: "What's the matter with me? I'm a stud, and I can't even hold on to a chick like you? No offense. Why don't girls like me?" Rachel: "'Cause you're kind of a jerk. No offense." Rachel admits that she was just with Puck because she thought it would make Finn jealous. She hopes they can still be friends. Puck: "We weren't friends before."
Out on the field, Will walks up to Finn and asks him if he'd like to "have a catch." Sure, Grandpa. And maybe after that we can go fishing down at the old quarry. They toss a ball around, and Finn tells Will that he's not coming back. Will tries to sell Finn on the idea that he's at a crucial crossroads. Finn: "I don't buy that. I don't think any one decision makes your life. Unless you accidentally invent some kind of zombie virus or something." Will agrees with him, noting that life is made up a series of smaller choices that define who you are. But he thinks that Finn is letting other people make those choices for him. He needs to make his own choices. Except for the choice to come back to Glee, which he should let Will make for him. Finn thinks Will doesn't understand the pressures he's under, but Will says that Finn is the one Glee kid that is most like Will. Stupid, with a beautiful but selfish girlfriend? Yeah, I see the similarities. Will tells Finn that he should come back to Glee. Commercials.