This entire Glee-Dux will be devoted to the return of Jonathan Groff. Nothing else happened, right?
Oh, I'm kidding. Of course I'll be covering the entire prom episode. How can I not? So much transpired, and I can hardly wait to dive in and pick apart all these new developments! In fact, let's not waste another second. Wait. I'm going to re-watch "Rolling in the Deep" one more time and then we can start…
WHAT WE LEARNED
Sue Is Still the Enemy: Whenever Sue Sylvester (Jane Lynch) is involved with the beginning of an episode, it just makes everything that follows a wee bit better. I laughed out loud when Sue requested that the glee club apologize to America for covering "Run Joey Run." Of course, that song was Rachel's (Lea Michele) first suggestion when Will announced that New Directions was performing at prom. And as you saw, those prom numbers were loaded with looks, poignant lyrics and double meanings.