And of course, now the Titans are coming back, but they only
have 10 seconds left. Finn comes up with the idea to freak out the other team
by having the Titans chant, “Brains! Brains!” and then the crowd
joins in, and then the sound fades out and is replaced by music, and I can tell
from how happy everyone is that the Titans won.
Karofsky’s glowing, Finn smiles at him, and then smiles at Quinn.
Sue’s being interviewed by Katie Couric for her “Loser
of the Year” feature. She beat out, says Couric, a long list of losers,
including the economy, the housing market, Tiger Woods, Mel Gibson, Dina Lohan,
Wall Street, the Dallas Cowboys, 9 percent unemployment, Brett Favre‘s cell
phone, and “Sparky Lohan, who is Dina Lohan’s dog and apparently also a
“I hate you, Diane Sawyer,” sneers Sue. But it’s
clear she’s crushed, especially when Couric tells her that the Glee Club will
be getting her budget for the rest of the year.
Karofsky comes up to Finn in the halls at McKinley, and
says, “Congrats on the MVP!”
“It was a team effort,” Finn says, Finnishly. Then
he tells Karofsky that he can’t join the Glee Club if he doesn’t apologize to
Kurt, and offers to take him over to Dalton
so he can do that.
Karofsky freaks out, and says he has no intention of joining
Glee Club, where they can all “sit around singing hippie peace songs
Karofsky stomps off, and Finn sees that Quinn is standing
behind him. She tells him he was amazing this week, “on the field and off.
You reminded me of why I loved you.” Then she kisses him. Finn watches her
walk away, stunned.
Welcome back, Glee.
Now, more gay next week, okay? Brittana, Klaine, you know what I’m saying.