Kurt's dad walks into the basement/loft, where he finds Kurt applying some treatment to his face. So I'm guessing this is his bedroom. Kurt: "Nighttime skin care is a big part of my post-game ritual." Mr. Kurt: "I don't know what to say about that." But he does know that he's proud of Kurt. And he wishes Kurt's mom was alive to see him. Mr. Kurt starts to walk away, and Kurt calls him back because there's something he wants to say to him: "I'm glad that you're proud of me, but I don't want to lie anymore. Being a part of the Glee Club and football has really showed me that I can be anything. And what I am is... I'm gay." Really amazing work from Chris Colfer. He nails the trepidation and fear, and the tears just about to break through, and the terror and hope as he waits for a response. I think a lot of us who came out to our parents as teenagers know exactly what this moment feels like, and this scene gets it exactly right. And then Kurt's dad gets it exactly right as he tells Kurt that he's known Kurt was gay since Kurt was three, when all he wanted for his birthday was a pair of sensible heels. Teenage Kurt would want a pair of completely non-sensible heels. He continues, "I guess I'm not totally in love with the idea, but if that's who you are, nothing I can do about it. And I love you just as much." He puts a reassuring hand on Kurt's shoulder, and Kurt pulls him into a hug. And then Mr. Kurt thanks Kurt for telling him, which was a great touch. But as he leaves, he turns back once to see if Kurt is really sure about the whole gay thing. He is indeed.
Corridor. Quinn is at her locker when Finn approaches holding a ratty piece of fabric in his hand. It's the baby blanket his father got him the day he was born, and it's the only memory he has of his father. He promises to do everything he can to be a good father. Puck approaches and tells them that, oddly enough, he's been feeling sick every morning. Quinn tells him it must be a virus -- a virus of jealous spite, I'd say. He then picks on Quinn for her (not at all visible) weight gain. Finn tells him to back off, and he apologizes, acknowledging that he was out of line.