Hallway. Brit-Brit tries to comfort Santana as she sits on the floor and cries. Santana tells her, "I just try to be really, really honest with people when I think that they suck, you know. No one gets it." As she continues to explain her life philosophy, Lauren walks by and approaches Puck. Her purpose there is to disabuse him of the notion that she needed him to stick up for her in any way after she called Santana a bitch. Puck, who knows how to tell a lady what she wants to hear, tells her he would never think that, because he knows just how very tough she is. And then he asks her to dinner at Breadstix on Valentine's Day. Lauren: "You seriously think it's that easy? I'm not desperate, so if you really want this, you best come correct, because I spell 'woman' z-i-z-e-s, and I need to be wooed. You understand me? Woo." And with that, she walks away, leaving a smitten Puck in her wake. Commercials.
At Dalton Academy, Kurt is writing "Blaine + Kurt" in his notebook when Blaine approaches him and asks him to join him at an emergency meeting of the Warblers council. Cut to the meeting being called to order. By the way, "the council" appears to be the entire group of Warblers, judging by how many guys are in the room. Blaine is given the floor, and he tells the room, while looking straight at Kurt, that he's in love. People are generally happy to hear it, but one does wonder why he needs an emergency meeting of the group just to share that news. It's because he wants the group's help to serenade his beloved at an off-campus location. That request leads to lots of shocked questions and head-shaking. The gavel-banging Warbler reminds everyone, "The Warblers haven't performed in an informal setting since 1927, when the Spirit of St. Louis overshot the tarmac and plowed through seven Warblers during an impromptu rendition of 'Welcome to Ohio, Lucky Lindy.'" Good Lord, Blaine! How dare you remind them all of this tragedy? You bastard! Blaine accuses the group of becoming "privileged porcelain birds," and suggests that their lack of public performance experience is what may have cost them victory at Sectionals. I guess these guys really don't like porcelain, because everybody is pretty upset. But then Kurt speaks up and tells them that his old Glee Club performed everywhere, no matter how hostile the audience, and it gave the club confidence. Gavel-banger asks where Blaine is thinking of doing this whole thing, and he tells them that it'd be at the Gap at the mall. Because the guy he likes is a junior manager there. Since Kurt has no recollection of taking a soul-crushing retail job, he realizes that Blaine's not in love with him. The group votes as the camera focuses on Kurt's shocked face.