Mike and Artie didn’t
disappoint anyone, though. They confront Karofsky in the locker room, demanding
he leave Kurt alone. Karofsky refers to Kurt as a “homo,” and attacks
Mike and Artie, knocking them to the ground and overturning Artie’s wheelchair.
Sam leaps to their defense, and is getting pummeled
pretty hard by Karofsky when Coach Beiste comes in and breaks it up. I honestly
thought something would come out now about the harassment, and that maybe she’d
be just the person to do something about it, but no. We just cut to one of the
45,000 commercials they aired during this episode.
Oh, and Puck stood by and observed the whole thing
without saying a word. What a guy.
Next up is a super-creepy scene where all the girls
are fawning over their big, strong, injured guys. And Puck says, “You have
no idea how hard it was for me not to jump into that beat-down.” Santana
asks where Finn was, and says he was out on the field when it happened.
Mercedes, who has been pretty absent in this episode so far, says
that it shouldn’t have gone down without Finn. (What did she want him to do,
explode Dave from outside the building with a psychic death ray?)
Kurt says it wasn’t Finn’s problem, or anyone’s but
his, but he thanks them all anyway, “especially Sam.” Mr. Schuester
comes in and asks what happens, while Finn clearly struggles with feelings of
In the auditorium, Sue is waiting to practice the wedding song her mom offered
to sing for her, but Mom’s late. When she finally
gets there, she shares her belief that Will is hot, and also that she doesn’t
think Sue appreciates the sacrifices she made to be a famous Nazi hunter.
Mother and daughter fight out their past history while
singing the song “Ohio” from the
musical Wonderful Town. Again, I’ll have to let the
Carol Burnett fans do this scene justice, because it left me stone cold. I
couldn’t wait for it to end.