Doctor Wu's House Of Obstetrics, and oh, I kind of really don't care about this subplot anymore this evening. Long story short, Kendra and Terri actually blackmailed Doctor Wu into faking a sonogram for Will's benefit (or, actually, for whatever the opposite of Will's "benefit" might be), and further instructed him to claim he misread Terri's earlier test, and to announce they're actually expecting a girl. You know, because the thing growing inside Quinn's uterus is female. Which Terri found out about earlier in the episode. Did I forget to mention that? Whatever. Will gets all weepy, and it is A Very Touching Moment Indeed, but the most important line of the scene goes to Terri, who draws Will close and begs, "No matter what happens, I want you to remember at this moment that we love each other, okay?" Will's far too overcome by emotion at this point to find that statement odd, and the two kiss. Or maybe he's just a frigging moron. Commercial.
The following Monday (I'm guessing, because the obstetrician appointment was Friday at 4 PM), Will hesitantly approaches Sue's open office door and raps on the jamb, noting he'd been wanting to talk to her about the auditorium incident. She invites him in, admitting she'd wanted to do the same, but she hadn't a clue where his office was. Heh. The big bombshell is that Sue's decided to step down as co-captain of the Glee Club. "It's not for me," she offers by way of explanation. "Too fruity, and I can't stand the sight of kids getting emotional, unless it's from physical exhaustion." She'd still like to stay on as "consigliere," however, offering her opinions on set lists before competitions, just so she can feel like she's contributing to the process. After all, she was a VJ for a couple of years, don't you know. "Not MTV," she shrugs, "but still." Oh, Sue, Friday Night Videos was just as good. For a while. Will -- frigging moron that he is -- finally thinks to ask an excellent question: "Why do I feel like I'm about to fall through a trap door into a pit of fire?" Because you are, Will. Maybe not today. Maybe not tomorrow. But someday. And someday soon. Sue's far more pleasant about it than I am -- because hoodwinking this fool in this moment is all part of her grand plan, I'm sure -- and simply jokingly chides him for not trusting her. "I know my methods are extreme," she admits, "and I know I'm not like the rest of you hippies, caring about the kids' feelings as if they were real, but I do care about teaching, and when I coach them? And they win? I win." Will nods in understanding as Sue concludes, "And you know how I feel about winning." And then, Will finishes things up by conceding Sue did exceptionally well in one regard: "You were right to shine the spotlight on the fact that those kids are minorities..."