Hey everyone – welcome back to Glee! It seems that Ryan Murphy has decided to start every episode with someone walking down the hall talking to themselves. This week, it is Blaine!
What do you mean bow ties aren’t in fashion?
Blaine has decided that this is going to be his year – which means that he is going to sign up for every club/activity that is out there. This is also the perfect opportunity for his rendition of ‘Everybody Wants to Rule the World’. I personally think that step one should be losing the bow-tie and buying pants that go all the way to his ankles. Blaine’s final sign-up: Class President. Somewhere, Brittany’s mind is exploding.
Over in New York, where there is no glee club but yet it is featured on this show, Kurt is having his internship interview at Vogue.com. The infamous Isabel, who is a fashion icon, is none other than Sarah Jessica Parker. She makes the understatement of the world by commenting on Kurt’s bold clothing choices. Because of his fashion sense, he lands the internship.
Back at McKinley, Brittany wants Artie to be her Vice President. She thinks that Artie will help her because he is part robot. Oh, Brittany. He finally agrees to run with her once she promises to let him make all of the decisions.
It’s time to head to the choir room, where they are actually having glee club! On a side note – when I was in school, clubs met after school. Is that different now? It seems like they are always meeting at random times throughout the day. Can they all have the same study hall or something? I’m so confused. Anyway, Will tells them that because they won Nationals, they will be hosting the annual show choir rules committee. Is this even a real thing? How hard is it to make up rules for show choir that you need to appoint a committee? Even though this is life-altering news, Jake interrupts to ask when they are going to start preparing for the next show choir event. Will has a mini-internal breakdown because he is out of ideas for themes. Come on – after Brittany 2.0, you can’t try for GaGa 2.0? Because they are all oblivious to Will’s pain, Brittany randomly tells everyone that Artie is going to be her running mate.
Will is in the teacher’s lounge still trying to come up with ideas when Sue walks in. Will is evidently clueless because he asks Sue for help. What on earth would make him think that she would give him halfway decent advice? Sue explains to him that he has reached the tedium of day to day teaching and that in four years he will either be an alcoholic, morbidly obese, or both. She does tell him that with his complete lack of adult friends, he would make a good pedophile birthday clown. Kind of harsh, but really, what did he expect?