Kurt Hummel (Chris Colfer) knows he’s losing the part of Tony to his panty-dropping boyfriend Blaine Anderson (Darren Criss), so he’s set on becoming school president and completely taking-in his special unicorn-ness. Too bad Brittany Pierce (Heather Morris) is running against him in the attempt to be the first female president. Don’t underestimate a woman that knows how to move. She kills it with Beyonce’s Run The World in a cheer-leader outfit. Can this be any hotter?
Moreover, we finally get to hear Mike Chang (Harry Shum Jr.) sing! He got an A- on his last Chemistry test and his dad is getting involved, saying the this is equivalent to an F in Asian terms and that his son must be doing drugs or getting distracted with his girlfriend Tina Cohen-Chang (Jenna Ushkowitz). After watching Quinn Fabray’s (Dianna Agron) pink hair situation, we’re glad Mike stays true to himself.
We also get to meet Emma’s parents. Will Schuester (Matthew Morrison) decides to invite Emma’s ‘ginger supremist’ parents to dinner in an attempt to show that he’s marriage material. Too bad the real reason Emma was avoiding this was because she was embarrassed of her parents. If my parents called me ‘freaky-deaky’ for being OCD I’d resent them too!
Mercedes Jones (Amber Riley), on the other hand, is about to fall out of the group. She’s not participating in the Booty Camp dance lessons and she’s got some real beef with Rachel. (Weird that she’s starting to act like this over the new influence of her boyfriend). In a way, Rachel Barry (Lea Michele) deserves what she’s getting when Mercedes decides to go full throttle for the role of Maria in the school play. “You know what Rachel, hug me after I get the part.” They have a face-off as they always do, and Rachel admits to Finn that Mercedes was better. Regardless, the judges call it a tie and want to split the role. Mercedes won’t share the spotlight this time and walks out of New Directions for good.
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