Music room, the following day (I'm guessing). The lovely leather-clad ladies of New Directions perform a deeply ugly mash-up that Frankensteins "Start Me Up" into "Livin' On A Prayer," and as it's patently obvious by now that nearly all of tonight's songs have nearly nothing to do with tonight's plot, I don't have much to say about it, other than to note that Dianna Agron and Naya Rivera look unreasonably hot in their metal-vixen catsuits. Especially Agron, who's, like, illegally hot, because looking that good with Axl Rose's bandana plastered all over your forehead has got to be a crime somewhere in this world. Oh, and in the middle of it all, Kurt gets a text message from Blaine that reads, simply, "Courage," which has absolutely nothing to do with anything else that's going on in this scene, so I can't for the life of me figure out why they decided to shoehorn it in here, and is this over yet? It is. And just as it ends, Becky runs in from the hall with an important missive for Will from Sue: "AUDITORIUM NOW."
Auditorium, now. Will ambles down the center aisle to find Sue standing astride center stage. "Take a good look, William," Sue magnificently instructs, "because Sue Sylvester's got two things to show ya!" "To my left," she notes, directing our attention to a megaphone-shaped contraption on one side of the stage, "I have one confetti cannon." "To my right," she continues, helpfully pointing towards an identical contraption on the other side of the stage, "you'll find another confetti cannon." "You know what that means?" she prompts. Will looks dumb, so she answers her own question with, "We. Got Beiste. Fired." Will gapes as Sue adds, "And my full budget is restored!" With that, she presses the red button on her confetti cannon remote, and a screen-obscuring cloud of glittery Mylar shreds bursts forth to litter the auditorium at large. Sue cackles in triumph, and it is a beautiful thing to behold.