Will and Terri brush their teeth over the bathroom sink. He's told her about Quinn, because she's also asking how far along she is. Will talks about how Quinn is so ashamed, she feels like she can't tell anyone. "Can you imagine? Having to hide something like that. All that effort. Covering that up." Terri asks what the pregnant girl's name is. Did her eyes just start spinning in her head? Commercials.
The football team is gathered in the locker room. Puck slams his locker, angry at the proposal (clearly made during the commercial break) that Will teach the players how to dance. Puck cannot understand what Beyoncé has to do with football. Finn points out that Beyoncé seems to be crucial to Kurt's success as a kicker. Puck: "So we're taking coaching advice from Lance Bass now?" Oh, Lance Bass just wishes he was as fabulous as Kurt. Will tells them that athletes are performers, naming Jim Brown and Dick Butkes as examples. Finn helpfully adds O.J. to the list. Will says that the dancing will help improve their attitude. Puck: "Oh, I get it. We have to think more like Amazonian black women." Puck, honey, I love you -- but most of the black women in my neighborhood could kick your ass. Don't you sass them. Puck appeals to Coach Ken, but Ken tells them that he's in favor of the dancing: "We gave up our pride when we lost to that school for the deaf." Hey, a school for the deaf invented your precious football huddle, Ken. Don't underestimate their athletic prowess. Kurt, standing on the sidelines, quotes Sun Tzu in arguing that the occasional surprise dance might be their best weapon. Coach orders them to suit up and hit the choir room.