It’s all about Sue this week! Susan Sylvester (finally) gets her comeuppance from literally everybody – but maybe a little too much? Her superior discovers Sue’s very unprofessional hurt locker along with pornographic magazines containing a ‘Sue Spread’ and inappropriate shippings. This discovery unfortunately leads to her dismissal.
Lets talk about Sue. Although she’s a hard-faced bitch and unnecessarily evil and aggressive and all that jazz; I always found that Glee has always tried to sway us to feel sympathetic for Sue and somehow learn to understand that her ridiculous ways of doing thing was for a greater purpose so I don’t understand why the writers are purposely destructing their own set up. Nevertheless it happened and everyone seems to be against her minus Coach Beiste and (of course) William Schuster.
Sue even goes through (a totally unnecessary to the plot movement) interview in which a whole load of people slate Sue and her ways and although she has a lot of negatives everybody seems to be forgetting about all the positives. If everybody in the New Directions went around and said what they’d all done to each other I’m sure they’d be just as much hatred!! Sue obviously goes on one of her wild destruction paths and vows to destroy the glee club – again.
The New Directions find themselves semi-welcoming The Warblers into their choir room as Dalton Academy somehow burnt down and McKinley somehow manages to enrol them all (or at least for the show choir). At first the two (previously) opposing teams find it hard to mesh as a group but by the end of the episode we get a very nice performance of Darren Crisis’s original song ‘Rise’ with new blazers and everything.
Rachel Berry also lands the role for that Broadway show she auditioned for a couple of episodes ago. As well as that she went back to New York to ask Madam Tibideaux for another chance at NYADA and even though it was a no at first, Rachel received a call telling her she has another chance. With Rachel being Rachel she feels like the Broadway show is all she needs (again) and NYADA is unnecessary. Sam is the only one who tries to persuade her to return to NYADA over the Broadway show…its like she forgot what happened last time – surely you’d want stability before you jump back out again?
Finally, Sue Sylvester is now the new coach for Vocal Adrenaline (I’m very excited for this tbh) bring on sectionals next week and the final two episodes L