ANY-way, Announcer Guy welcomes Vocal Adrenaline to the competition and we have finally arrived at The Number Of The Evening. Not-So-Unique and her colleagues hit the stage to offer us all their version of KC And The Sunshine Band's "Boogie Shoes," and it quickly becomes clear that Coach Sylvester's devious machinations have all been for naught, because Not-So-Unique's performance of the song is simply delightful. Granted, her outfit looks a little draggy, what with the opera-length gloves and the blinged-out, too-short fringy black dress and those enormous silver lamé pumps. Then again, the other Lady Adrenalines look just as cheap and besides, Not-So-Unique's definitely serving up some fierce diva realness on that stage, so you can forget about the judges disqualifying her for inappropriate attire -- they'd simply never realize she's not exactly as she presents herself to be. Jesse St. James makes an ill-advised and ultimately futile attempt to yank Not-So-Unique from the stage, but no one really notices and we head into this evening's next commercial break confident in the fact that Not-So-Unique will be making an appearance at this year's Nationals. Whether that future musical performance of hers will top this one of course remains to be seen, but she'll be there. Let's just hope they don't give her any more lines.
Music Room. Frankenteen's there with the once-again-mute members of The McKinley Jazz Ensemble and Idiot Rachel enters and snoooooooooooore. They chat at each other and then Frankenteen launches himself into a preposterous rendition of The Bee Gees' "More Than A Woman" -- preposterous because there's no way in hell that aggravating falsetto is really his -- and the whole thing quickly morphs into a fantasy dance number incorporating all of the other current teenaged couples on the show and while it's certainly nice to see the queer pairings presented as equals to the straight ones, the primary focus remains on Frankenteen and Idiot Rachel and as I believe I've noted many, many times before: I DON'T CARE ABOUT THEM AT ALL.