Okay, I'm pretty sure it passed. ANY-way, Beiste showed the pamphlet to her Cooter -- her words, not mine -- and Beiste's Cooter not only proceeded to order ten thousand copies of the thing for Ohio State, he also got every other team in The Big Ten to order copies, as well. So, you know, Emma's now got a rather lucrative sideline for herself, and Will sucks even more for behaving like such a jackass the other night at their apartment. Or something like that. Oh, and also: This evening's final commercial break!
Now I can't stop thinking about The Leprechaun's goddamned pubic hair. THANKS FOR NOTHING, GLEE.
Adult Education Spanish Class. Ricky Martin hands out a couple of awards to his students -- including a little "Most Improved" trophy to Will -- but that's not important right now because what is important right now is this: Will's decided to transfer to McKinley's History department, which will allow Ricky Martin to take over as the school's daytime Spanish teacher, starting immediately. Just go with it. Please just go with it, because there are only about three and a half minutes left in this episode, and God alone knows what those three and a half minutes are gonna barf out at us. Though, you know, I should probably mention this before I move on: Considering the fact that Ricky Martin's about to open in the Evita revival on Broadway, I'm pretty sure we won't be seeing much more of him after tonight. In other words, there really wasn't much of a point to this evening's primary storyline, was there?
The next day, Her Majesty settles in for a mid-morning chat with Coach Sylvester in the latter's tastefully appointed office and, long story short, it was Becky who reported Coach Sylvester to Figgins earlier in the episode, mainly because Becky's worried that Coach Sylvester's been losing her focus as of late. And that's about that -- I mean, Sue of course thanks Becky for her honesty, and Sue of course vows once again to triumph in all areas of her life at any and all cost, but yeah. Whatever.
Music Room. Mercedes wistfully picks out the opening notes of "Summer Nights" on Tinkles's baby grand, and as a quiet instrumental picks up from where she leaves off to plink softly away on the soundtrack beneath what follows, the time arrives for Mercedes and Lady Lips to break their mutual Vow Of Silence. Mercedes bounds out into the hallway to find Lady Lips already waiting for her, and in an admittedly cute little bit of business, neither of them is actually able to say a word to the other, thanks to the unexpected arrival of Mercedes's mountain of a boyfriend. The boyfriend -- whose name I will probably never succeed in remembering because I've a feeling he's not long for this show at all -- leads Mercedes away to lunch, and as she surreptitiously glances over her shoulder at Lady Lips's slowly diminishing form, we head on over to...