The girls follow her to ask her what's wrong, and she tells them she's upset because the first person she thought of while singing was Sam, not Shane. She thought it was over with Sam, but not she's not sure. Rachel tells her to take it slow and listen to her heart.
The Schuester living room. Emma's horrible, horrible parents are there. Mrs. Pillsbury can't believe the Christmas tree is still up in the middle of January. Mr. Pillsbury tells her, "Just be glad Comrade Obama still allows Christmas." Will brings them some tea, and Mrs. Pillsbury asks if he's certain it's decaf chamomile. Is there any other kind? Mr. Pillsbury says that he's confused. No, not by modern life in a multicultural secular society (although he's confused by that, too), but because they're there and Emma's not. Will refrains from snapping at Mrs. Pillsbury when she calls Emma "Freaky Deaky," and also when she insists the tea isn't decaf, and he cuts right to the chase (presumably so he can get them out of his house as quickly as possible). He acknowledges that they don't like him, but tells them that he wants to marry Emma, and that it would mean a lot to her if they gave their blessing. And they tell him "no." Because they think Emma is too messed up to deal with the messiness of married life, with or without children. Oh, Will, why do I think you're stupid enough to listen to these people?
Music room. The kids have called Artie there to stage a Becky-vention. He was seen with Becky at Breadstix, and they're trying to figure out what's going on. He tells them it's as simple as Becky asking him if he wanted to have dinner at Breadstix and him saying yes. Flashback to the night in question. Artie asks Becky what her favorite movie is. It's Schindler's List, with Toy Story 3 a close second. He asks what she wants to be when she grows up, and she tells him "five foot ten." Artie tells her he's really glad he's getting the chance to know her, because she's pretty cool. She tells him he should see her dance moves.