Will enters the music room and is surprised to find that the kids are all in their theatricality costumes -- this time including the boys, decked out in their Kiss finery. Artie explains that it's the end of the week: "We were kind of hoping to learn what the lesson of the assignment was." I think the lesson is "You only have two weeks until Regionals, so get off your asses and start getting ready." Except that's not it. In fact, Will's not sure what the lesson was. But then Tina, looking fiercely goth, enters the room and tells them that she knows the lesson: "I refuse to dress like somebody I'm not to be somebody I'm not. And I learned it's good to be a little theatrical."
Smear sideways Maharishi Figgins walking down the school corridor late in the evening. He turns a corner and gasps -- standing before him is Vampire Tina! She tells him, "So here's what's gonna happen. My dad, he's the king of the vampires. And Asian vampires are the most vicious of all the vampires. You're going let me wear my lady demon clothes or my dad will fly into your bedroom and bite your face off. He's really pissed. Is that what you really want?" Figgins: "No, I don't want that. I'm afraid." Tina: "Good, I'm glad we had this little talk. Now I have to go back to my coffin because the light is burning my eyes." And with a theatrical flourish, she snaps her cape and spins out of the scene.Back in the music room, Tina takes a bow, and Artie notices that both Kurt and Finn are missing.
Kurt's in the hallway, getting shoved up against the wall by the two meatheads. Kurt: "You want to hit me? You want to beat me up, go ahead. But I swear to you, I will never change. I'm proud to be different. It's the best thing about me. So go ahead, hit me." And that voice of defiance is why so many of us love you, Kurt. The meatheads are about to accept that invitation when Finn, standing behind them, tells them they're not going to hit anybody. They turn around, and Finn is wearing this red vinyl number that Lady Gaga wore to meet Queen Elizabeth. And Finn looks hot in that dress. Finn tells Kurt that he's learned that he still has a lot to learn, but that he's not going to let anybody lay a hand on Kurt. The two meatheads think they can take Kurt and Finn, but are caught up short when the entire Glee Club walks (or rolls, in Artie's case) up behind Finn and (represented by Puck) asks whether the meatheads think they can take all twelve of them. You know, I'm pretty sure Santana alone could take these two meatheads out with one mighty eyeroll. The meatheads retreat, but not before pointing out that they might bring some friends next time. [Rumble! - Z] Rachel is tired of everyone calling them freaks. Mercedes surveys their costumes and notes that they really are freaks. Finn: "But we're all freaks together. And we shouldn't have to hide it." And then Will walks up behind them and gives them a slow clap. I'm just going to pretend he's too stupid to know that a slow clap by a solitary person (as opposed to a slow clap that starts a crowd clapping for the underdog) is kind of a dick move. He notes that Finn nailed the lesson, which he wishes he had planned. Dumbass. Credits.