Speaking of heartbreaking, here comes Karofsky in his heartbreakingly ugly Bullywhips satin jacket. He's on patrol, and he tells Santana over a walkie-talkie that there's no sign of anti-gay violence in the stairwell. She gets very upset with him for not saying "over" when he's done talking. We cut over to Santana, who tells Kurt that everything is all clear. As they walk down the hall, she loudly announces, "Teen gay! You may now proceed to the next checkpoint without fear of violence!" Kurt is quickly over this, and tells Santana that he's going to walk away from her now.
Home ec class. Which appears to be taught in a different room than the home ec room we saw in that earlier scene. For an underfunded public school, McKinley High sure has a lot of special purpose classrooms. The teacher is telling Brit-Brit to just crack the damn egg she's holding in her hand, but Brit is really worried that she's demolishing a baby chick's house without the proper permits from the city. Kurt interrupts to express his hope that the class will eventually move past cupcakes and that they'll learn how to make some kind of pâté. And then Artie wheels himself in to interrupt the class -- he's there to sing Stevie Wonder's "Isn't She Lovely?" to Brit-Brit, and he's got most of the rest of the Glee Club guys there to back him up on various instruments. Brit is initially a little pissed, and then embarrassed, and then she gets into the sweetness of it. But not enough that she'll accept Artie's prom proposal. On the way out, he tells Puck that since he has nothing to live for, he'd be glad to help spike the punch.