Cut to the improbable open-air student lunch area, with the concrete steps. Blaine is there to sing "It's Not Unusual." By the way, Blaine is wearing bright red pants, a white belt, a black shirt, and yellow sunglasses. He looks like the sole survivor of an explosion at the Lego factory. He also knows how to shake his moneymaker in those pants, so I suppose I should stop complaining. As he makes his way down the steps, Santana gives him an appraising, almost lustful, look, and signals towards him to approach. I was going to point out how very far up the wrong tree she's barking when I realized she's actually signaling to the Cheerios, who start dancing backup for Blaine. As he continues to sing and dance, the Cheerios all run around the purple piano and pour lighter fluid on it. And just as the song finishes, Quinn walks down the stairs and flings a cigarette at the piano, causing it to burst into flames. That kind of kills the mood. Commercials.
Kurt and Rachel are arriving at the DoubleTree for the NYADA mixer. As they enter the hotel, they're making their plans to make it into their own personal performance space. I kind of wish they would accidentally wander into the gun show that's listed on the hotel's activities board. But instead they find the NYADA mixer. The room is filled with a veritable army of Kurt and Rachel clones, all of whom seem to have raided our heroes' closets. I haven't seen so many neckerchiefs since I was in the Boy Scouts. As Kurt and Rachel take in the scene, they're welcomed by the head Rachel clone, played by The Glee Project's Lindsay: "Hiiiii! I'm Harmony. What's your name, where are you from, and what are your credits?" Before they can answer, they're interrupted by more clones: Pendleton (a girl), Canada (a boy), and Gavroche (a boy). I think at least two of those names were self-selected. Harmony is quick to tell them that she was the Gerber Baby and has been acting since she was a fetus: "An ultra-sound of me was featured on Murder, She Wrote." And then everybody starts talking about their various stage and screen credits. Gavroche and Harmony lead them to a couple of chairs, and Harmony tells them that the group of them has been getting together every month since they were freshmen. Rachel and Kurt are trying to hide their growing panic behind big smiles, but they are definitely freaked out to find out that they're not the only theater freaks in Ohio. And then Harmony tells them to sit there and enjoy it, because they're just in time for a big production number. It's a mash-up of "Anything Goes" and "Anything You Can Do," and Harmony is belting out the lead vocals. Every remotely aggressive line in either song is punctuated by Harmony pointing at Kurt and Rachel. She's like a musical theater shark. And the song finishes with a tiny pyrotechnic display right in front of Kurt and Rachel.