Easily the best scene in this entire episode. And I think you can guess why.
April Rhodes Civic Pavilion. New Finn -- who only a week ago was diagnosed as dyslexic -- is trying to memorize the complicated Sectionals choreography by matching the steps up with a printout of the song's transliterated Korean lyrics and oh, my God, I hate this show. "Are you dancing," New Puck asks as he enters from points elsewhere, "or impersonating a horny epileptic?" New Finn blathers about how much trouble he's been having with the complex staging, but I now refuse to listen to his dumb ass despite of the SHOULDERS! and the ARMS! currently on display, so know this: New Puck vows to beat the routine into New Finn if that's what it'll take to get them through Sectionals, and at that, we head into this evening's next commercial break wondering how we've managed to make it halfway through a fucking Sectionals episode with only two goddamned musical numbers so far.
My Ancestral Homeland, Thanksgiving evening. St. Gay Of Lima and Dean Geyer bicker about their conflicting bird-baking strategies for a lengthy period of time until Dean Geyer calls The Horrible Hooker Of Broadway over to help him butter his turkey, and no, that is not a euphemism for something sordid and disgusting, though Dean Geyer and Old Idiot Rachel certainly do their best to make it one.
The Novak. Stupid Boring New Idiot Rachel gives herself a last-minute pre-Sectionals pep talk in one of the mirrors, after which she removes a single minty-fresh Tic Tac from her purse for dinner, and if that's not a shout-out to RuPaul, I don't know what the hell is.
Stupid Boring New Idiot Rachel eventually makes her wobbly way out into the hall, where she finds Not-So-Unique all done up in girl drag for that evening's performance. The two pedeyammer their collective way to the music room, with Urethra explaining that she's chosen to disobey her parents and be true to herself, so there's that problem solved. How fortunate! They enter the music room to join the others in an inspirational show circle, and as some genius decided to split all of the lines in the scene that follows between Bloaty The Gravy Clown and Guy With Gross Hair Whose Name I Still Can't Be Bothered To Look Up, I'll be skipping ahead to...