Hallway. Finn and Rachel natter for a bit about what just transpired in the music room until Finn admits, "I'm kinda pumped about Sectionals." "It's just been a hard couple of months with Quinn and the baby and everything," he explains, "and I really think that winning could make everything good for a while." Rachel, whose face had fallen the instant Finn mentioned Quinn's fetus, screws up her courage and tells him, "I want you to be happy, Finn, and when you care about someone, you can't sit around and watch them suffer when you know that you can do something about it." Finn's all, "Yes...and?" so Rachel hems and haws and gulps and blinks and looks down at the filthy tiles on the floor and looks back up at Finn's face and the doo-doo-doo-doo-doo-doos ominously intensify on the soundtrack until she finally opens her mouth and announces, "I have to tell you something." During the commercial.
BAM! BAM! BAM! We return from the break to find Frankenteen positively whaling on the hapless Mr. Puckerman in the music room until Mr. Schuester arrives from points unknown to break it all up, and long story short, Quinn and Puck confirm that the fetus is not, in fact, Finn's, so Frankenteen pitches a fit, quits life, and lurches from the rehearsal hall after taking out one more bit of his frustration on a blameless piece of furniture. Yawn. What? I'm sorry, but teen angst bullshit without a body count is boring. Next!
Crap. Out by the trophy case, Quinn sits listlessly on a ledge, stroking her ever-expanding stomach while gifting us all with a thousand-yard stare. Rachel approaches to apologize, even offering to allow Quinn to beat her up, but Quinn replies with, "I'm not mad at you -- all you did was what I wasn't brave enough to do." Rachel admits she had ulterior motives -- namely, to break Finn and Quinn up so Finn would leap into Rachel's comforting arms -- but Quinn's beyond caring at this point and simply asks Rachel to leave her alone. No sooner has Rachel left, however, than Puck pops up to shoulder his share of the responsibility for Quinn's fetus, but she tells him to go blow, as well, as she's decided to do "this" on her own. Did I get everything? Good. Next!