Hallway. Devious Rachel barrels on over to a now visibly knocked-up Quinn and blurts, "Hey! I know it's not my place, but have you had your doctor run the full genetic test panel on your unborn child?" Quinn's all, "Whaaaaa?" so Rachel explains that her cousin Leon and his wife got pregnant before they found out he was a Tay-Sachs carrier, and everybody freaked until the fetus tested clean, and oh, my God, I don't even know why I'm telling you this because they'd only test for Tay-Sachs if one of the parents were Jewish and never mind and I'll see you at rehearsal and bye!
"You have to take me to go get those Jewish baby tests!" Quinn heatedly whispers to Puck moments later in the music room while Rachel peers above her copy of Jazz Hands magazine to watch the bickering couple from afar like a somewhat psychic (but definitely not telekinetic) hawk. "Does this have to happen tonight?" Puck wonders before leaning in to explain his hesitation in hushed, confidential tones, "Because I've got my fight club!" Oh, Puck. You darling little rule-breaker, you. Unfortunately for those of you still interested in this neverending fetus drama, Mr. Schuester interrupts the tedious subplot by entering the music room at this moment to announce Emma's appointment as their new faculty advisor. Brittney's eyes go wide when Emma steps forward to accept the half-hearted applause coming from the other kids. "She's the one they made me talk to?" Brittney gapes, mortified. "When they found out I was keeping that bird in my locker?" Hee. My special TV girlfriend Santana Lopez flips her face-tautening ponytail around, focuses her scorn and derision squarely upon Miss Pillsbury, and condescends, "So, do you even know anything about music?" Mr. Schue side-steps that line of inquiry by pointing out that Miss Pillsbury cares about the club and its members as much as he does and, after offering them all a misty-eyed valedictory, he exits, leaving the kids to figure out the final Sectionals set list by themselves. And if you, like I, thought they decided on the final Sectionals set list two goddamned weeks ago watch what happens next: They all quickly agree that "Proud Mary (In Wheelchairs)" and "Don't Stop Believing" are musts, but a tussle erupts over the ballad selection, mainly because (and I didn't notice this until just now) Single-T Tina -- who, as you'll recall, quite sweetly and capably took the lead on "True Colors" -- apparently has a sudden attack of nerves there in the chairs and intentionally wonders aloud what the third song will be, thus giving Rachel The Raging Egomaniac all the opening she needs to rise from her seat and offer her ballad expertise to the benefit of their collective Sectionals endeavor.