In the midseason finale of Glee, the club heads for sectionals. However, Quinn's baby daddy drama may tear the club apart, hindering them in the competition. Meanwhile, Emma and Ken's wedding is coming, and Will makes a decision that may change his life.
While the club waits to find out who their sectionals coach will be, Rachel ponders why Puck rushed to Quinn's aide the day before when she slipped at rehearsal. Everyone else in glee is clued in to the baby daddy drama, sans Rachel, and, of course, Finn, but they're not giving up any info. Rachel claims to be psychic and thinks there's definitely something up.
Kurt, Mercedes, Tina and Artie then go into action mode. They need to make sure that Rachel doesn't find out about Puck being the father because she'll immediately tell Finn and ruin any chance they have of winning sectionals. The fab four blame the cheerios in the bunch, since Santana is "dating" Puck. "Sex is not dating," she retorts. "If it were, Santana and I would be dating," says Brittany. That's a hilarious and interesting development for another time.
Elsewhere, Rachel approaches Quinn asking about her baby and if she's done genetic testing. Smart and devious plan on Rachel's part when she freaks Quinn out by saying that only Jews carry the gene for Tay-Sachs disease. Quinn then asks Puck to take her to the doctor to get tested, while Rachel is not too far away.
The glee club finally has a replacement for Schuester during sectionals. Emma has pushed back her wedding a few hours to be there for the kids, though her hubby-to-be isn't too pleased with that plan. Will tells the club how proud he is and makes his exit. The club is now officially in Emma's hands and their first goal is to make their set list. "Proud Mary" and "Don't Stop Believin" are on deck and Rachel offers to do a ballad, but Mercedes isn't having it. She wants a moment to shine and proves her stuff while singing "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going," from Dreamgirls. Can I just note that Amber Riley really belted that tune and meant business? Thatta' girl! Rachel agrees with the club and would love to hear her sing that at sectionals.
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