Glee (2009–2015): Season 2, Episode 1 - Audition - full transcript

After a tough loss at Regionals, the glee club is back as the underdogs of McKinley High. When the school is faced with even more budget cuts, Mr. Schuester pushes the kids to help recruit new members for the club. Rachel and Finn disagree on new recruits, and aren't sure they will be able to come together in perfect harmony.

So, here's what you
missed last season on Glee.

Quinn had a baby, Finn
and Rachel are in love,

Sue's going easy on Will,
and even though the Glee Club

worked really hard to get to
Regionals, they didn't win.

Vocal Adrenaline! But it's
okay to not win an award,

particularly when you had so
much fun getting there, right?


We didn't even place.

And that's what you missed on Glee.

Up here. Come on, focus.

Hi, I'm Jacob Ben Israel
with Glee's Big Gay Summer,

with all the Glee Club
dish you're dying to know.

Rachel, how do you respond to rumors

you're incredibly
difficult to work with?

Well, as her boyfriend,
I can answer that.

We've been dating all summer.

Rachel's what you'd call
a controllist.

I- I'm controlling.
"Controllist" isn't a word.

Oh. I'm controlling.
Performing is my life.

And yes, do I have opinions about it?

Does my need to constantly
express those opinions

- annoy my fellow Glee Clubbers?
- Yes.

That was out loud, wasn't it?

Will Schuester, how do you
respond to a recent post

on my blog saying your
Glee Club song selections

sound like they come
from a drag queen's iPod?

Well, I try to do
something for everybody.

Uh, 25% show tunes, 25%
hip-hop, 25% classic rock...

100% gay.

Confirm or deny the rumor

that because you
knocked up Quinn Fabray,

you spent all your summer pool
cleaning money on a vasectomy.

It's true.

It was the responsible thing to do.

Is it also true you're suffering
from a crippling depression

because you're not over Miss Fabray?

How has life changed since the
birth of your bastard child?

Well, I'm happy to be back,
and I'm ready to start fresh.

And... I'm a lot less hormonal,

so... so there's not really any crying.

- How was your summer?
- My eyes are up here, JewFro.

- And it was uneventful.
- People thought I went on vacation,

but actually I spent the
summer lost in the sewers.

What can you say

about the rumors the
two of you are dating?

Because we're both Asian?
That's racist.

Totally racist.

Did you get that? Did you get that?
You saw it here first.

Did you know there's a forum on my blog
that's begging you to stop rapping?

Wait, th-the kids don't
like it when I rap?

When will you Glee Clubbers accept the
fact that people hate you Kiss it, Jacob.

and think you're nothing but a
glorified karaoke club Go away, go away.

designed to make the inventors
of AutoTune millions of dollars?

When exactly did you ink your
sponsorship with Lands' End?

When are you slated to make your
triumphant return to the Shire?

How do you get the white on rice?

What did you do with
all that breast milk?

You know what, Jacob?
It doesn't take much courage for people

to park their cottage cheese
behinds in their Barcaloungers

and log on to the Internet

and start tearing people down, does it?

But you know what
does take some courage?

Standing up and singing about something.

So here's a message for
everyone that reads your blog.

Next time, instead of posting
an anonymous comment online,

- say what you have to say to my face.
- Welcome back, lady!


I don't suppose there's any way you could
just cut out that last part, is there?


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Hey, why so glum, William?
Cat crap in your coffee?

Or are you worried no one's
signing up for your little club there?

Nah, not at all, Sue. Nationals
are in New York City this year.

I think that list is gonna
be filled up in no time.

Well, you know what your problem is?

"No tryouts, just sign up. "

Nobody wants to be part of a
club that just anyone can join.

See this? It's a court
summons child endangerment

'cause there's been a line of would-be
Cheerios! out there since late July.

I guess they lost their
humanity a little bit.

One girl ate a pigeon, several others

started worshipping a
possum carcass as their lord.

That's how much they
want to be Cheerios!

Well, sorry, Sue.

Anyone who wants to join
Glee Club gets to join.

Oh, God, Will, let me
break it down for you.

High school is a dry run
for the rest of your life.

Not everyone can be champions.
Not everyone should be champions.

We need fry cooks and bus drivers.

Well, Sue, it's how I work,
and it's not going to change.

I like being friends with you, Will.

This is fun.

You make not trying to destroy
Glee Club easy. You know why?

'Cause you're doing
such a bang-up job of it

all by yourself.

Oh, it's time to feed my gimp.
Oh, and also, Figgins wants to see us.

Ah-ah-ah! Not you!
Hands off that list.

Cut my budget?

You can't cut my budget
without written consent

from the President of
the Federal Reserve!

- It's in my contract!
- Oh, Sue, I think you can manage

a sixth national title
without two confetti cannons.

Do you think your kids can
manage life without their daddy?

We're barely surviving
on the budget we have.

Slashing the Glee budget
by ten percent,

cutting our transportation
to and from events

- is like cutting our legs off.
- Sacrifices must be made.

This is being mandated at
the district level, guys.

Studies show that the best way
to bring in alumni donations

is through a successful
athletic department specifically,

- a winning football team.
- Who's this?

I'm Shannon Beiste, I'm
the new football coach.

B- E-I-S-T-E.

It's French.
- I'm sorry,

- what happened to Ken Tanaka?
- Nervous breakdown.

Don't look at it
as a punishment,

look at it as an investment
into your clubs' futures.

The more money the football program

brings in, the more I
can give back to you guys!

Coach Beiste here
is fresh off her fifth consecutive

all-Missouri high school
football championship.

We're very lucky to have her!

What can I say? I like a challenge.

First of all, a female football
coach, like a male nurse-

sin against nature.

Number two, I'm sure you're
used to Hillbilly parents

yelping adulation at you as they attempt

to impregnate the tailpipes
of various off-road vehicles.

But you're in my house now, Beiste.

No one comes into my
house and steals from me.

Do not get up in a
panther's business, lady.

- You're all coffee and no omelet.
- That doesn't make any sense.

Coach, Beiste, I think
you understand our frustration.

- Our budgets just got cut by ten percent.
- It should have been more!

You think there's not
something wrong when

the cheerleaders' budget's
higher than the people

- who they're cheering for?
- Well, sure, but the Glee Club is a...

The Glee Club? You
came in third last year

and you're asking for more money?

That's a steer with
six teats and no oink.

- This doesn't make any sense.
- What?

These are comments
from Jacob Ben-Israel's

most recent Glee Club blog.
"Glee is a giant ball of suck. "

We get it, Mr. Shue.
Everyone still hates us.

So what? So we're plankton
on the high school food chain?

Only difference now is
that none of us really care.

Kurt's right. We're a family.

They can bring it all they want.
None of it is going to break us.

Okay, I'm really happy that
you guys have all bonded.

The problem is that all
of this negative stuff

is keeping other
students from auditioning.

Good. Why do we need new members?

Well, since Matt transferred,
we only have 11 members,

and if we want to go to Nationals,
if we want to beat Vocal Adrenaline,

we have to go from a small rebel force
to a giant wall of sound.

Yeah, Mr. Schuester's right, you guys.

You didn't see Vocal Adrenaline
at Regionals. They were epic.

We're going to need more
voices in order to beat them.

- Yeah. I'm with Rachel on this one.
- Gross.

You're going to have to
trust me on this, guys.

Now, here's the plan.
Nationals are in New York this year,

and we are going.
Now let's go out there

and show the school how
cool it's going to be,

how cool we can be. If they're not going to come to us, let's go to them.
They say we only sing show tunes and '80s pop. Let's show them how down we are.

Let's give them the song of the year,
New Directions! style.

Okay. Whoo! Whoo! Yeah!

# Bum bum bum #

# Bah bah bah bah bah #

# Bah bah bah #
# Bum bum bum #

# Bah bah bah bah bah #

# Bah bah bah #

# Yeah, yeah, I'm
out that Brooklyn #

# Now I'm down in Tribeca #

# Right next to DeNiro,
but I'll be hood forever #

# I'm the new Sinatra #

# And since I made it here,
I can make it anywhere #

# Yeah, they love
me everywhere #

# I used to cop in Harlem #
# All of my Dominicanos #

# Right there up on Broadway #

# Pull me back to that McDonald's #

# Took it to my stash
box, 560 State Street #

# Catch me in the kitchen like
a Simmons whippin' pastries #

- # Aah, ooh #
- # Eight million stories #

# Out there in it naked #
# City, it's a pity #

# Half of y'all
won't make it #

# Me, I got a plug,
Special Ed "I Got It Made" #

# If Jesus payin' LeBron,
I'm payin' Dwyane Wade #

# Aah # # Three dice
cee-lo, three card monte #

# Labor Day Parade, rest
in peace, Bob Marley #

# Jigga I be Spik'd out #
# I could trip a referee #

# Tell by my attitude that
I'm most definitely from #

- # New York #
- # Hey #

# Concrete jungle where
dreams are made of #

- # There's nothin' you can't do #
- # That Brooklyn #

- # Now you're in New York #
- # You're in New York #

# Welcome to the
bright lights, baby #

# These streets will
make you feel brand new #

# Big lights
will inspire you #

# Let's hear it for New
York, New York, New York #

# Yeah #

# One hand in the
air for the big city #

# Street lights, big
dreams, all lookin' pretty #

# No place in the world
that could compare #

# Put your lighters
in the air #

# Everybody say "Yeah, yeah" #

# Yeah, yeah #

# In New York #

# Concrete jungle where
dreams are made of #

# There's nothing
you can't do #

# Now you're in New York #

# New York, New York #

# These streets will
make you feel brand new #

- # Brand new #
- # Big lights will inspire you #

# Let's hear it for New York #

# New York, New York #
# New York, New York #

# Bah bah bah bah bah #

# Bah bah bah. #

Hey, Sue. Can I talk
to you for a second?

Sure, buddy. You look steamed.

Those kids went out
and really tried to show

what Glee Club was all about.
And how does the school repay them?

By defacing the sign-up sheet.
"Buttface McBallnuts. "

"Ass-braham Lin-colon. "
They're not even funny!

Now, don't be rude, William. I
put a lot of thought into those.

Consider this a wakeup call. You're
worried about getting new recruits?

Well, if Beiste get her way
and our budgets are slashed,

you'll be cutting kids left and right.

You're right.
I hadn't thought about that.

Beiste needs to be stopped, and
I need your help to topple her.

- You in?
- I'm in.

I was really excited

about my Glee Club
recruit poster design.

I made it super masculine,
just like these pamphlets I saw

some Army guys passing
out at a daycare center.

Then, I heard something...

# We both lie silent and
still in the dead of the night #

# Although we lie
close together #

# I feel like we're miles apart...
# It was this new transfer kid.

I saw him tapping his
foot when we busted it out

in the courtyard the day before...

# Every rose has its thorn #

# Just like every
night has its dawn #

I would've joined in
with a kick-ass harmony,

but the dude was naked.

# Just like every cowboy
sings a sad, sad song... #

Oh, hello! I couldn't help
but notice you admiring me

- yesterday in the courtyard.
- Um, what?

Oh, you don't speak English.
You like me sing!

- You like me sing very much!
- Um, I totally speak English.

I even did a little research on you.
You're a foreign exchange student

named Sunshine Corazon
because you're from

the Philippines, where
it's sunny every day.

- Except for the monsoons.
- Listen, Sunshine,

we need chorus members;

people to stand behind
me and stare at me

with wet, moved eyes while I sing solos.

So I encourage you
to audition for Glee Club!

Glee Club is fun!
Swaying in background can be fun!

Thank you. Okay.

# Hello, hello, baby, you
called, I can't hear a thing #

# I have got no service in
the club, you say, say? #

# Wha-wha-what did you say?
Oh, you're breaking up on me #

# Sorry, I cannot hear
you, I'm kinda busy #

# K-kinda busy #

# Sorry, I cannot
hear you, I'm kinda busy #

# Just a second,
it's my favorite song

# They're gonna play #

# And I cannot text you with
a drink in my hand, eh? #

# You shoulda made
some plans with me #

# You knew that I was free #

# And now you won't stop
calling me, I'm kinda busy #

# Stop callin', stop callin',
I don't wanna think anymore! #

# I left my head and my
heart on the dance floor #

# Stop callin', stop callin',
I don't wanna talk anymore! #

# I left my head and my
heart on the dance floor #

# Stop telephoning me! #

# Stop telephoning me #

# I'm being... #

Shut up!

That was fun.
I'd love to join your club.

- When are auditions?
- Let me get back to you on that one.

- Don't tell anyone about this, okay?
- Okay.

We're trying to recruit
new members for Glee Club.

The Panther isn't cool with anything

except doing exactly what
she says without question.

That's how you win.

Now, first things first.
You're all cut.

Everyone starts fresh with me.
Tryouts start...

- right now. Any questions?
- I got 25

everything pies for a Coach...

I didn't order any pizzas.

Isn't this kind of immature?

No, it's downright childish.
But I know gals like Beiste.

Oh, her high school life
must have been miserable.

She's oversized, humorless, refers to
herself in the third person as an animal.

This kind of abuse and teasing

will bring back all
those childhood memories.

She'll be shaken to her core.
Humiliated and devastated.

She'll have no choice
but to quit her job,

- and our budgets will be restored.
- Yes!

The boss says, uh,

if you don't pay for 'em, I have to.

Which means we have to
reuse my kid's Pampers.

For another week.

Hand 'em out, Wayne Newton.
All right, guys, it's a pizza party.

Dig in. Everybody has to
eat at least four slices.

Let's go!
And when you're done,

full pads out on the field.
We're doing wind sprints.

And the first ten
to puke are off the team.

Hey, guys, um, there's pizza
in there, if you want some.

- Thank you.
- Thank you.

I figured that if Kurt's
gay and he can do it,

- then why can't I?
- Being gay isn't a handicap, Artie.

How can you play football
in a wheelchair, anyway?

I have to get on that team, Finn.

- Dude, what's this about?
- Tina.

She dumped me for Mike Chang.

They fell in love over the
summer at... Asian Camp.

They were counselors,
in charge of teaching

all those tech-savvy
Asian kids about the arts.

# Getting to know
all about you #

# Getting to like you... #

So, what did Tina say
when she broke up with you?

I think you're great, Artie,
but you're a terrible boyfriend.

You ignored me for weeks this summer.

I was playing a marathon
round of Halo, woman.

And then when we did get together,

all you wanted to do was watch
Coming Home over and over.

Mike tries to be into what I'm into.
Like his abs.

Dude, I'm sympathetic for you, I just
don't see you on the football team.

Imagine you were pushing
me in this big hunk of metal

down the field at full speed.

The centrifugal force
would be too much to stop.

I'd be like a medieval battering ram.

Dude, you'd be like a human
cannonball. That would be awesome!

So you'll help?

Sure. But you got to help me first.
Hey, Sam.

My name's Finn.
This here is Artie.

Yeah, I know who you are.
You're the... the quarterback.

Exactly, Which
makes me very cool.

And we'd like to talk
to you about Glee Club.

- So, Sam, tell us about yourself.
- My name's Sam Evans.

I like comic books, sports.

I'm dyslexic, so my grades
aren't that good, but...

- I'm working on it.
- Dude, your mouth is huge.

How many tennis balls
can you fit in there?

I don't... know. I've never
had any balls in my mouth.

- Have you?
- I like this kid.

I like his confidence,
but the Bieber cut's gotta go.


- So, can you sing with that big mouth?
- I've never really sung

in front of anybody before.

Dude, let me tell you,
chicks dig singers.

Well, give it a shot.
We'll back you up, I promise.

What song you got in your back pocket?

Um... "Billionaire"?

# I wanna be a billionaire #

# So freakin' bad #

# Buy all of the
things I never had #

# I wanna be on the cover of
Forbes magazine #

# Smiling next to
Oprah and the Queen #

# Oh, every time I close #

# My eyes #

# I see my name
in shining lights #

# Yeah #

# A different
city every night #

# Oh, I #

# I swear #
# The world better prepare #

# For when I'm a billionaire #

# Yeah, I would have
a show like Oprah #

# I would be the host of #

# Every day Christmas #

# Give Artie a wish list #

# I'll probably pull a
Angelina and Brad Pitt #

# And adopt a bunch of babies
that ain't never had it #

# Give away a few Mercedes
like, "Here, lady, have this" #

# And last but not least,
grant somebody their last wish #

# It's been a couple months
that I been single, so #

# You can call me Artie
Claus, minus the ho-ho #

# Ha-ha! Get it? I'll probably
visit where Katrina hit #

# And darn sure do a
lot more than FEMA did #

# Yeah, can't forget
about me, stupid #

# Everywhere I go, I'm-a
have my own theme music #

# Oh, every time
I close my eyes #

# Uh, what you see,
what you see, bruh? #

# I see my name
in shining lights #

- # Uh-huh, And what else? #
- # Oh, yeah #

# A different
city every night #

- # Oh, I, I swear #
- # Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah #

- # World better prepare #
- # For what? #

# For when I'm a billionaire #

# Oh, oh, oh, oh #

# Oh! #

# When I'm a billionaire #

# Oh, oh, oh, oh #

- # Sing it! #
- # When I'm a billionaire #

# Oh, oh, oh, oh #

# Oh! #

# I wanna be a billionaire #

# So freakin' bad. #

That-that was really cool!

Nice. So you think you can come back
and do that in front of everybody?


- So, is that a men's sweater?
- Fashion has no gender.

Ladies, we have a problem.
There's a new student at this school

named Sunshine who is a
Filipino and is shorter than me.

Which I didn't think was
possible and is very unnerving.

Okay, so I'm gonna go now.

Wait! And...

she has a remarkable voice.

I'm just...
I'm very worried.

You know, not-not for myself,

but for my lesser Glee Clubbers
who don't get as many solos.

So I've paid a hundred
dollars to Azimio and Karofsky

to brutally slushie us in
front of Sunshine's locker,

terrifying her and ensuring
she doesn't sign up.

So this is the part
where you're supposed to be

- hugging me and thanking me.
- That's awful. You're awful.

But solos! I mean...

Look, Rachel, Mercedes and
I are about as self-involved

as they come, but more than anything,
we want to beat Vocal Adrenaline.

And if there's someone at the
school that can help us do that,

they're in.

You know what?
You're right.

It's just...
so like me to just be

totally blinded by my
concern for the two of you.

I'll-I'll-I'll go
talk to Sunshine now

and just let her know how
truly welcome she really is.


Hi. So, here's the address
for the audition tomorrow

and helpful directions.

- Look forward to seeing you there.
- Thanks.

Beiste is on the move.
Operation Mean Girl is a go.

Move. Go! Disperse.

Leave the Danish.

- Anyone sitting here?
- Yes.

These seats are currently being
occupied by my ghost friends.

- I beg your pardon?
- My ghost friends.

Hideous, lonely faculty members
who met with an early death

from good old-fashioned
schoolyard bullying.

And you know why?
They tried to cross me.

So why don't you just keep on walking?

Hi, Will.
You... you mind if I sit here?

Sorry. Taken.

- How about there?
- Actually, they're all sort of taken.

I am, uh, meeting with some...

some science teachers. You think it's easy
being a female football coach, being different?

You think I don't get
this everywhere I go?

Everybody told me
that Sue was the school bully and, uh...

that you were really cool.

I see they got that
last part wrong, huh?

So you know why Helen
Keller couldn't drive, right?

- Why?
- 'Cause she was a woman.

Coach Beiste?

- Are you crying?
- Yeah.

Saw your stats from last season,
and it really hurt my feelings.

Hey, Coach, uh, this is Artie.
He'd like to try out for the team.

- You screwing with me?
- No, no. Absolutely not.

Uh, see we figured that

if I push him down the field
fast enough, the centrifugal...

- Centrifugal. Centrifugal force.
- You're out.

Wait. What?!

You're off the team, cut, out!

You come in here, pushing
a kid in a wheelchair,

making me look like some kind of monster
because I have to tell him he can't play?

No. No, that's not

- what was going on here. Artie?
- I really want to play.

I want my girlfriend back,
and I want abs.

Yeah, he's like

- a human battering ram, like, like,
Braveheart. You know what?

I don't like being screwed with!

- Do you understand me?
- Dude, you're totally overreacting.


Get the hell out of my locker room! Go!

Think this is some joke? Go!


- No way. Get out.
- Coach Sylvester, please hear me out.

Nope. I trusted you,
and you let me down.

I don't want you anywhere near my squad.

You'll deafen them with the sound
of your stretch marks rubbing together.

I understand you had your
confetti cannons taken away.

Well, I'll bet
there are quite a few church groups

who would gladly give money
to a squad who helped rehabilitate

a girl who got pregnant

and now speaks out for
abstinence education

while wearing a 'Cheerios!' uniform.


- Oh, my gosh, Coach.
- Wait. You're serious? Finn?

- My eyes are still burning.
- I'm Finn Hudson,

and I'd like to audition
for the Cheerios!

# I've got the power #

# Power #

# I've got the power #

# Power #

Am I dreaming?
- # I've got the power... #

- Is this happening?
- But... why?

Coach Beiste kicked me
off the football team.

I'm not the quarterback anymore,
which... means I'm nothing.

- I miss being popular.
- This is really embarrassing.

I have really great leadership skills,
and, uh, I'm athletic,

so I could help with
the lifts and stuff.

I hope you'll consider me.

Why would he get
kicked off the football team?

Finn was just trying to help
out his handicapable friend!

He was insubordinate twice.

I'm the captain of the USS Kick Ass,
not the USS Back Talk.

Please, Coach, don't do this to me.
I need football. It's who I am.

I thought you were the Glee
guy. I mean, what with all

- the sign-up sheets you put in my
locker room. Finn is a really good kid.

Give him a chance to show you.

You mean don't make a
snap judgment about him?

Don't make his life miserable
because I assume he's a certain way?

Okay, I get it.
This is about me.

I haven't been very welcoming,

but please, please, don't
take this out on Finn.

Am I through here, Principal Figgins?


A little bird told me
that someone spent her summer vacation

getting a brand-new set of melons,

even though you know
I have a very strict

no plastics policy in 'Cheerios!'.

- Care to comment?
- I just...

What would possess a person
your age to get a boob job?

You don't even know what your
body's going to look like.

It's an insult to nature
and completely distracting.

I can't take my eyes off them.
I'm actually talking to them

- right now.
- I wanted people to notice me more.

- I don't get what the big deal is.
- Well, the big deal is that a person

who has to pump her
nonnies full of gravy

to feel good about herself
clearly doesn't have

the self-esteem to be
my head cheerleader.

- Quinn will replace you.
- What did...?

And Boobs McGee? You're demoted
to the bottom of the pyramid,

so when it collapses, your exploding

sandbags will protect
the squad from injury.

Now take your juicy,
vine-ripened chest fruit

and get the hell out of my office.

You did this to me.

You told Coach Sylvester
about my summer surgery!

You have a surgery when
you get your appendix out.

- You got a boob job.
- Yup, sure did.

You can't hit me.

Oh, sure I can, unless you got
yourself knocked up again, slut.

Stop the violence.

Hey, hey, what is this?!

Stop it. What happened
to us being a family? Hey.

Oh, please. Stop that.
She has a family. She's a mother.

Walk away. Hey!

And tighten up your pony
before you get to class!

Well, hate to break it to you,

but it doesn't look like
anyone's gonna be joining us,

so I think we should just call it a day.

We said 3:00 to 5:00. It's only 4:58.

Just wait. My
buddy Sam's gonna try out.

- He totally idolizes me.
- Oh, face it, Finn.

You're no longer the quarterback.
You're not the Pied Piper anymore.

No one's gonna follow you around
thinking everything you do is cool.

What about that Sunshine girl?
I thought you said she could sing.

I guess she didn't want
to hang out with us losers.

Show us on the doll
where Coach Beiste touched you.

- Here and here.
- This is outrageous.

I'll say. Anyone who
would prey on someone

as sweet and simple
as poor, poor Brittany

deserves everything
that's coming to her.

I suggest immediate termination
and entry into the statewide

- sex offender database.
- Sorry I'm late.

- What's going on?
- Brittany here has accused Coach Beiste

of inappropriate touching.

What?! Brittany, that's

- a serious accusation.
- It's very serious.

Brittany, what you're saying
could ruin somebody's life.

It's really important that
you tell the truth here.

I made it up.
Coach Beiste didn't touch my boobs.

Actually, I really want to touch her boobs.

If you're all done

wasting my time, I have
a football team to coach.


You're weak, Will!

- You know what, Sue?
- Mr. Shue?

Can we talk to you?
It's kind of important.

- Tell me this isn't true, Rachel.
- She could have died.

I didn't send her to
an active crack house.

Besides, how did you
guys find out anyways?

- The Asian community is very tight.
- I just don't get it.

- You're better than this.
- No, she's an ambitious little freak

who will do anything
to hold on to her power.

I just... I... I love you guys so much.

I was wrong before.
I don't want any

new members.
I didn't want anyone coming in

a... And messing up
our group dynamic.

Tina, Mike,
I mean, what if Sunshine can dance?

Then your contributions to Glee
will be even more insignificant

than they already are now.
I did this for you guys.

Whatever your motivations,
you need to make this right, Rachel.

I'm sorry for sending
you to that crack house.

They stole my sheet music
and used it for toilet paper.

Look, I'll buy you a new set.
You can just, um, come pick it up

at the auditorium at 4:00 tomorrow.

Hi, I'm Sunshine Corazon,
and I'll be singing "Listen"

from the movie "Dreamgirls".

- Broadway show first.
- Shh... Shut up.

# Listen #

# To the song
here in my heart #

# A melody I start #

# But can't complete #

# Listen #

# To the sound
from deep within #

# It's only beginning #

# To find release #

# Oh, the time has come #

# For my dreams to be heard #

# They will not be
pushed aside and turned #

# Into your own #

# All 'cause you
won't listen #

# Listen #

# I am alone at
the crossroads #

# I'm not at home
in my own home #

# And I've tried and tried #

# To say what's on my mind #

# You should have known #

# Oh, now I'm done
believin' you #

# You don't
know what I'm feelin' #

# I'm more than
what you made of me #

# I followed the
voice you gave to me #

# But now I gotta
find my own #

# I don't know
where I belong #

# But I'll be movin' on #

# If you don't #

# If you won't #

# Listen #

# To the song
here in my heart #

# A melody I start #

# But I will complete #

# Oh #

# Now I'm done believin' you #

# You don't know
what I'm feelin' #

# I'm more than
what you made of me #

# I followed the voice
you think you gave to me #

# But now I gotta find #

# My own... #

# My own. #

- Bravo!
- Wow.


Welcome to the Glee Club.

Thank you. Amazing. Thank you.

Do you mind if I join you?

Look, I really owe you an apology.

I guess I kicked this year
off thinking that all of us

in the Glee Club
weren't outcasts anymore,

and I thought we'd be turning kids away.

And then when no one
signed up for the club,

I realized that we were still
at the bottom... outsiders.

And that's how I made you feel.

- I'm sorry.
- Thank you.

William, Beiste,

I wanted to make a peace
offering with a batch of

- warm, homemade cookies.
- Oh, those smell like dog poop.

Are those dog poop cookies?

No, that's the flaxseed
oil you're smelling.

These are heart-healthy
cookies for some of our

- burlier Americans.
- Sue, we're not going to do this anymore.

Are you turning on me in public?

The two of you are making a
very serious mistake today,

the likes of which have not been
seen since the Mexican Indians

sold Manhattan to George Washington
for an upskirt photo of Betsy Ross.

Hey, man, uh, why didn't you show
at the audition?

I wanted to, I did, but after
what Coach Beiste did to you...

Do you know how everybody
talks about you Glee guys?

- Oh, yeah, you get used to all that.
- Finn, I'm, I'm the new guy.

That means I'm already
on the outside looking in.

I don't want to start off
three touchdowns behind.

I got to go.

Coach Beiste makes us
do a hundred push-ups

for every minute we're late, so...

Yeah, you made the team, that's cool.
What position?


- Excuse me, Sunshine.
- Hi, I'd like to officially

welcome you aboard

and give you our Glee Club
fall rehearsal schedule.

- She won't be joining your Glee Club.
- Oh, are you her dad?

Her director.
Dustin Goolsby,

new coach of Vocal Adrenaline.

Oh, and they gave me and my
mom a condo and a green card.

How did you even find out
about her? Hey, Will,

I went ahead and made that phone call.

Should have gone along
with the poop cookies.

I actually would have
stayed here, but I think

Rachel would have made
my life a living hell.

I just didn't trust her after
she sent me to a crack house.

Not cool.
It was nice to meet you.

What did they say?

Well, I talked 'em out of
giving you a "code red. "

They were pissed, and
they had the right to be.

What you did was bad, Rachel.

We could have used Sunshine
to beat Vocal Adrenaline,

- and now they're just that much stronger.
- Just do it already. What?

Break up with me.

Okay, we both knew it
was just a matter of time.

I think you're forgetting I'm
not the quarterback anymore.

I'm just another Glee loser now.

Fact is, you should
be breaking up with me.

- I'll never break up with you.
- Me, neither.

I did it for the team, you know.

I just, I-I love everybody so much,

I didn't want anyone else
coming in and interfering.

You got to stop saying that, Rachel.
I care about you and everything,

but you got to admit the truth.

You didn't do this
because you love Glee Club.

You did it because
you love yourself more.


I didn't want anyone
else hogging my spotlight.

Okay, I love it too much
to let it go that easy.

Do you think that
they'll ever forgive me?

They'll come around.

I think apologizing
would be a good start.

- Where are you going?
- The auditorium.

I just need some alone time first.

# Kiss today good-bye #

# The sweetness
and the sorrow #

# Wish me luck #

# The same to you #

# But I can't regret #

# What I did for love #

# Look, my eyes #

# Are dry #

# The gift was ours #

# To borrow #

# Oh, it's as if we always #

# Knew #

# And I won't forget #

# What I did for love #

# Gone #

# Love is #

# Never gone #

# As we travel #

# On #

# Love's what we'll remember #

# Kiss today #

# Good-bye #

# And point me toward #

# Tomorrow #

# Oh, we did what #

# We had to do... #

# Oh, won't forget,
can't regret #

# What I did for #

# Love #

# What I did for #

# Love #

# What I did #

# For #

# Love. #