The SF cast is on deck, and Puck appears out of nowhere to join them. Alison asks the LA cast if they watched the SF season. Kevin holds up a sign that says, "We want Puck." Oh, he'll get Puck. Beth S. says she thinks the SF house had more respect, and that they got along better except for the whole Puck thing. Kevin tells us he's interested in meeting Puck because he likes non-conformists. I hope he likes sociopaths too.
Alison introduces the SF cast, saying their season included "a gay man's struggle with life" and ran the gamut from "snot rockets to terminal illness." Seriously, who writes these things? Snot rockets to terminal illness? We see clips of the SF season. Eric cheers Puck getting arrested in the first episode. Backstage, Puck mocks Judd, which is way too easy to do. Just before they go onstage, Puck says to Judd, "Buckle up. I got a bone to pick with you." And people wonder why they cast Puck? The producers live for this stuff.
After we see a clip of Rachel introducing Mohammed's group at a concert at her college, the cast enters. This wasn't long after their season ended, so everyone looks pretty much the same. Nobody is wearing anything interesting, except Puck. He has on that fake beard, a baseball hat, an orange reflective vest and shorts. Julie tells us she was excited to meet Puck and he lived up to every expectation. Puck gives his "Weird Beard" speech again and then takes the beard off. Alison introduces a tape of Pam, who couldn't come because she is on call at the hospital. Judd appears on the tape and says people always ask him if he found someone and he did -- Pam! Judd says they're talking about getting married, and Pam says they're just talking about it, like slow down, loser. As far as I know, they're still together though. Eric shakes Judd's hand in congratulations. Eric has to be involved in everything, doesn't he? Alison asks if their relationship was going on during the show and Judd says it happened after. Puck yells out that he wants someone to get sterilized immediately. Cory asks who wants to live with Puck now. Puck says he pays his own bills and he doesn't care. See? That doesn't even make sense. Rachel throws up her hands in disgust.
The first question is for Rachel: "How did your family react to all the things you hid from them during the season?" We see clips of Rachel getting a tattoo, riding a bike (she's crazy!) and getting her belly button pierced. She says her mom took the piercing in stride, but she saw the tattoo for the first time on television, and Rachel was out of the country when it aired, which helped. Alison follows up by asking Rachel about leaving the show a different person. Rachel says that Pedro changed her life, and she learned that she can live with other people, then glances at Puck and adds, "Sometimes." Puck yells out that she kissed him. Rachel says it wasn't a high point. Puck says that it changed her life. Rachel says that it must have been a different experience for Puck than for her and everyone laughs. I never really liked Rachel, but she's holding her own in this exchange.