McKinley. Brittany meets up with Stupid Boring New Idiot Rachel in the hall for a friendly chat, as she's noticed that Stupid Boring New Idiot Rachel gets "a really sad look" on her face every time she glances in New Puck's direction, which must be pretty often if even our dear little dimwitted Brit-Brit's noticed it. Stupid Boring New Idiot Rachel complains that ever since their Sectionals debacle, New Puck's been acting all weird and such, and she doesn't know what to do about it. Fortunately, Brit-Brit has a plan. "You need to find your power," she tells Stupid Boring New Idiot Rachel, "and I'm gonna help you do that." With that, Brittany wanders on off down the hallway, all but forcing Stupid Boring New Idiot Rachel to wonder, "Where are you going?" "We're gonna sing a song together," Brit-Brit explains with a bright smile on her face, "and the music usually starts when I say something like, 'It's Brittany, bitch!' or I do one of my magical turns!"
Cue Brittany's magical turn and when she's done, both she and Stupid Boring New Idiot Rachel find themselves miraculously attired in a pair of kicky little bedazzled sky-blue '60s-style party dresses (with matching shoes, of course) as the opening notes of The Exciters' version of "Tell Him" by Bert Berns hits the soundtrack. Almost immediately, Single-T Tina, Sugar Motta, New Quinn and Not-So-Unique come prancing out of nearby classrooms in identical girl-group adornment to offer Brit-Brit and Stupid Boring New Idiot Rachel a little backup, and the united Glee Gals proceed to give us all what might be the evening's most entertaining performance as they pony and twist and shake their tailfeathers through the room Old Finn's secured for today's choir rehearsal. I trash Stupid Boring Idiot New Rachel all the time, I know, but when the idiots responsible for the mess this show has become toss her a song that's in her wheelhouse -- as this one is -- Melissa Benoist can be charming as all hell.