Cafeteria, where it's spaghetti-and-meatballs day. Rachel walks up to the glee club table and asks why they're ignoring the purple piano that Will so thoughtlessly left sitting in the room. They don't want to sing in front of everyone, but she pushes them until Finn agrees with her. It looks like Will also stationed a band in the cafeteria, because they start playing and New Directions start performing The Go-Go's "We Got the Beat." And there's one blond guitar player who is clearly angling for a speaking part, the way he's dancing all over the tables. I do like that Mercedes' new man is grooving to the music. They end the song to utter silence from the crowd, and then Becky runs up to Rachel and throws... something on her. Is that a cup of salad? Let's say it's a cup of salad. Anyway, that triggers an all-out food fight, with varying reactions from the gleeks. Commercials.
It's after the food fight, and Will is cleaning food off the purple piano in the music room. Artie wheels in and complains about the sting of spaghetti sauce in the eye. But he doesn't seem interested in removing the half pound of spaghetti that's piled on top of his head. Brit: "I have pepperoni in my bra." Santana: "Those are your nipples." Everyone has finally realized that Will's idea was utterly stupid, as not one kid in the crowd was inspired to join glee club. A voice from the doorway tells them that they really did suck ass. That voice belongs to Sugar Motta, who introduces herself thusly: "I have self-diagnosed Asperger's, so I can pretty much say whatever I want. I'm like a diplomat's daughter." I love how Asperger's has gone from something we diagnose forum posters with because we don't like them to something Sugar would diagnose herself with as an excuse to be rude. She's there because she wants to join, now that she's realized that she's so much better than everybody else. In case you didn't realize it, she's the daughter of the guy that donated the pianos. Sugar tells Tinkles (who she calls "hottie") to hit it, and he starts playing "Hey, Big Spender." A song that Sugar proceeds to absolutely murder. And not in the "she killed it" way. More in the "she chopped it into little pieces and stuffed it down a well" way. She's so bad that even Tinkles is left gob-smacked. Sugar asks them to text the rehearsal times to her and then heads out. Rachel speaks for everyone when she says that they've clearly got to reject Sugar. But Will doesn't know what to do, because in the past they've always taken every student who's tried out.