Finally, on tonight's episode of Glee, "Mattress," Terri's fake pregnancy shenanigans were called out.
All I can say is that it's about time Will figured out that her baby bump was really just a pillow. I've been waiting for the truth to come out for a while now and the scene where he confronted Terri certainly didn't disappoint. It was very intense as Will was angry, scary, and heartbroken all at the same time. For a second there, I thought he might actually hit her (I mean, I knew they wouldn't go there but he got really scary for a minute). Matthew Morrison is such a talented actor and he really had a chance to show his serious side in this episode.
There are some TV villains that I love to hate (Sylar on Heroes, Ben on Lost) but that's not the case with the shrill, manipulative Terri. I'm not sure what the future holds for her character, but hopefully the writers will move away from her do-anything-to-keep-my-man antics. The surprising thing is that Will seemingly wants to stay with her. He asked Emma, "who said anything about getting a divorce?" I guess he and Emma aren't going to get together just yet, but I continue to hold out hope.
How awesome was the mattress commercial set to Van Halen's "Jump?" It made me want to start jumping around on my bed. This wasn't a music heavy episode, but I'm not complaining because it was satisfying to get some storyline resolution.
Some of my other favorite moments:
"While they were in there I told them to yank out my tear ducts. Wasn't using 'em." - Sue
"Ken has a lot of flaws. Seventy-four flaws as of yesterday." - Emma
"They said they'd make me chose between a Hitler mustache and buckteeth, and I can't rock either of those looks." - Finn
"All I want is for one day when I'm not visually assaulted by uglies and fatties. Seriously Ohio, these retinas need a day off." - Sue
So what do you think about Will getting disqualified for accepting the mattress? Surely, they will find a way around this, right? We'll have to see what happens next week when New Directions finally goes to the long awaited sectionals. It's also the last episode of 2009 so be sure not to miss it!