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I got to meet a gang of people
at my mother's saloon.
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You want to come? It's a
party for me, honest.
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- I'd love to.
- Really? You mean it?
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Why? Have you changed your mind?
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No, no, I mean, I-I know
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it isn't every day that a
glorified ziegfeld girl
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like me asks you out.
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Man: Thank you, Rachel,
that was lovely.
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That's it?
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All I needed to see.
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It was a pleasure
reading with you.
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And I loved you as Lancelot.
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I saw the revival
of <i>Camelot</i> three times...
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four, if you
include the bootleg
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that my friend Kurt has, so...
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(Clicks tongue)
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Thanks.
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Well, Paolo,
you're our Tony winner.
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What did you think?
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Aw, she's charming.
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And she certainly looks
right for the part.
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I just fear that
she's too young,
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you know, too green?
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That was my concern as well.
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Lack of experience.
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She'd be a discovery,
but it's such a risk.
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Paolo: I mean, that
part, it's a mountain.

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At her age, I never
could have pulled it off.
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Now, where did we leave it
with Claire Danes' people?
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(The Beatles'
"yesterday" begins)
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Yesterday
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all my troubles seemed
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so far away
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now it looks as though
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they're here to stay
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oh, I believe
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in yesterday
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suddenly
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I'm not half the girl
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I used to be
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there's a shadow

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hanging over me
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oh, yesterday
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came suddenly
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why he
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had to go
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I don't know
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he wouldn't say...
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I said
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something wrong
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now I long for yesterday
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hey, ye-ye-yesterday
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love was such an easy
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game to play
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now I need a place
to hide away
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oh, I believe

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in yesterday
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why he had to go
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I don't know
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he wouldn't say
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I said something wrong
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now I long
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for yesterday
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hey, yeah
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oh, yesterday
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love was such
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an easy game to play
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now I need a place
to hide away
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oh, I believe
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in yesterday
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ooh, ooh, ooh


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ooh-hoo.

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(The Beatles' "Help!" playing)
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(All whooping, cheering)
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I don't think
we've ever spent two weeks
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on an assignment, Mr. Shue.
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Hey, the Beatles are so epic
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that we need two weeks
to do them justice.
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This week is all about the
early years of the Beatles,
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when all they had was
a belief in each other
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and a belief that together
they could do anything.
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(Groans) The school year seems
like it's never ending,
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and now we're wasting
two whole weeks
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on a band from the 1940s?
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Seriously, can anyone
still relate to the Beatles?
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Pretty much the entire world.
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Yeah, I can
definitely still relate.
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Kitty: Why?
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Were the Beatles dyslexic
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and cat-fished
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by transsexuals?
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And you wonder
why everybody hates you.
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Marley:
When George Harrison was a kid,
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he was made fun of 'cause
his dad was the bus driver.
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Jake: John Lennon's dad
wasn't even around.
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He walked out of John's
life when he was five.
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I don't really know the Beatles;


I'm a little on the black side.
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Artie: And Ringo starr was
a sickly little kid,
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which probably means
he was sitting down a lot.
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Will:
And they decided to form a band.
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Which changed the world.
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Now, you guys are
really gonna have
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to challenge yourselves
this week.
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Bring your a-plus games.
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Perform these classic songs
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in new and exciting ways.
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If we can push ourselves
to a whole new level,
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like the Beatles did constantly,
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we can win back-to-back
national championships
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and form a New Directions! dynasty.


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(All whooping, cheering)
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(School bell ringing)
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All right, see you
guys tomorrow.
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Tina.
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(Clears throat)
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And speaking of...
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Your chariot awaits.
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Okay, we're moving
slower than Jonah Hill
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trying to get out
of the bathtub.
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And everyone is staring.
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Yeah, at our hotness.
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You know, I never thanked you
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for making me come
clean with my mom.
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I'm going to the Brooklyn


Film Academy because of you.
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And to thank you, I want
to take you to Breadstix.
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Besides, we both know
that the raw, animal attraction
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between us is undeniable.
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Did you really just say that?
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No wonder Tina
broke up with you.
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And Brittany and Sugar and
the girl in the wheelchair
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with the disturbingly
massive boobs.
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And ps, I hate Breadstix.
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Okay, well, there's
a carnival in town.
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That could be fun.
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Yeah, if you want
to trust your life
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to toothless carnies
who operate the rides.
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Okay.
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So is that a yes or a no?
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(The Beatles'
"drive my car" begins)
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Asked a girl
what she wanted to be
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she said
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both:
baby, can't you see?
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I want to be famous,
a star on the screen
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but you can do something
in between
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baby, you can drive my car
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yes, I'm gonna be a star
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baby, you can drive my car
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and maybe I'll love you...
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I told the girl that my prospects
were good (All groaning)
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And she said, "baby..."

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Both: it's understood are you kidding me?
Are you kidding me?
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Working for peanuts
is all very fine
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but I can show you
a better time
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baby, you can drive my car
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yes, I'm gonna be a star
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baby, you can drive my car
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and maybe I'll love you
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beep-beep'm,
beep-beep, yeah...
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I told that girl
I can start right away
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and she said, listen, babe,
I got something to say
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I got no car
and it's breaking my heart
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but I found a driver
and that's a start
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baby, you can drive my car

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yes, I'm gonna be a star
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baby, you can drive my car
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and maybe I'll love you
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beep-beep'm, beep-beep, yeah
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beep-beep'm,
beep-beep, yeah
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beep-beep'm, beep-beep, yeah
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beep-beep'm,
beep-beep, yeah
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beep-beep'm, beep-beep
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yeah!
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Tiger's my favorite, though.
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I like the pink one.
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Hey, Kitty-Kat.
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Girl, you crashed
into me head-on.
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I swear, you could have
paralyzed me.

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My bad.
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I'm Bree, spelled with two Es.
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Not like the funky cheese.
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Artie.
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You two were so cute,
all snuggly
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and cuddled up
in that teeny, tiny car.
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Are you two going out?
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Nope. Just friends.
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Well, you should.
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You look really sweet together.
I hope you don't mind.
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I took a couple of pictures
and instagrammed them.
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Anyway, have fun.
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She seems nice.
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She's a stone-cold bitch

and she's out to destroy me.


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(Phone buzzing)
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Okay.
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You and me...
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We're more than "just friends."
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What if we go out...
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But we do it on the down-low?
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You know, like secretly
gay conservatives do.
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It'll make everything
all fun and forbidden.
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So you like me...
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But you don't want
to be seen with me.
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I need status at this school
to survive.
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Yeah, right.
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(Car horns honking nearby)
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(Siren blaring in distance)


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(Whistle blows nearby)
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This was a mistake.
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Okay, no, Rachel, you
are not backing out.
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I basically had to show
Gunther my left side boob
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to get you this job.
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Here, put this on.
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Look, Santana,
while I really appreciate
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you freely prostituting
yourself for me,
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that was before my
world came crashing down
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and I totally blew my
<i>Funny Girl</i> chemistry read.
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You're late, Lopez!
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Yes, yes, I know,
sorry, Gunther.
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Is that her?

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Yes, this is her.
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Rachel, that's Gunther.
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Don't tell him if
you're Jewish or black.
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Listen.
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You said it yourself
a bazillion times.
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You want to get to Broadway,
you have to pay your dues.
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(Shrieks)
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Well, I mean,
I guess that's true.
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Patti Lupone was a waitress,
<i>Pre-Evita.</i>
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And, you know, this is
the spotlight diner,
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and it's on Broadway, and
waiters get to sing and dance.
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Plus my dads would pay
my rent till I died,
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and I don't want that anymore

because I want to be
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grown up and living
and making it on my own.
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We're basically
working actresses.
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Blaine: So, you excited
to go back to school?
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Kurt: Yeah, Fashion Week is coming up.
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But this farewell picnic's
been perfect, though.
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What's the story
with this New York guy?
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There's no story.
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He was nice and people liked
the idea of us as a couple,
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but never got serious.
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All right,
let me break it down for you.
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All right,
the last time we tried dating,
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and I was in New York
and you were here,
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you cheated on me.
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All right, unacceptable.
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We've been through this.
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I thought you were done with me.
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I thought it was over.
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I thought I was completely
out of the picture in your life.
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Look at me in the eyes
when I say this.
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I'm being beyond serious.
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I will never, ever...
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Ever cheat on you again.
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I'm gonna need you to sign one
of those non-cheating contracts.
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You know, you can get one
on Oprah's web site.
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I will sign whatever you want.
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Just please say that you and I
can be boyfriends again.

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What?
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I don't know
if relationships actually work.
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I mean, weren't Bethenny and
Jason supposed to be forever?
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For every Bethenny and Jason,
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there is a Will and a Jada,
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00:11:46,004 --> 00:11:48,439
and a-a Kurt and a Goldie.
265
00:11:48,474 --> 00:11:50,475
Come on, can we at least
266
00:11:50,509 --> 00:11:52,977
just give it a try?
267
00:11:53,012 --> 00:11:55,313
But I'm Goldie, of course.
268
00:11:55,347 --> 00:11:57,281
Of course you are.
269
00:11:57,316 --> 00:11:59,817
I-I can't believe
we're gonna do this again.
270
00:11:59,852 --> 00:12:02,387
I was hoping you would say yes.
271
00:12:02,421 --> 00:12:03,855
Actually I was kind
of planning on it,
272
00:12:03,889 --> 00:12:05,623
which I why I sort of, um,
put something together

273
00:12:05,657 --> 00:12:07,458
to try to convince you
to stay a little longer.
274
00:12:07,493 --> 00:12:09,393
Uh, no, no, no,
that's not gonna happen, okay?
275
00:12:09,428 --> 00:12:10,628
I-I'm not sitting down
276
00:12:10,662 --> 00:12:11,662
and listening to you
sing to me anymore.
277
00:12:11,697 --> 00:12:13,665
Okay.
278
00:12:13,699 --> 00:12:15,967
Which is why
<i>I</i> prepared something.
279
00:12:16,001 --> 00:12:17,368
(Blows whistle)
280
00:12:17,403 --> 00:12:19,737
(The Beatles' "got to get you
into my life" begins)
281
00:12:24,576 --> 00:12:27,345
I was alone, I took a ride
282
00:12:27,379 --> 00:12:29,881
I didn't know what
I would find there
283
00:12:31,250 --> 00:12:33,651
another road where maybe I
284
00:12:33,685 --> 00:12:37,055
could see another
kind of mind there
285
00:12:37,089 --> 00:12:38,990
ooh

286
00:12:39,024 --> 00:12:41,325
then I suddenly see you
287
00:12:41,360 --> 00:12:42,794
ooh
288
00:12:42,828 --> 00:12:46,230
did I tell you I need you
289
00:12:46,265 --> 00:12:47,899
every single day
290
00:12:47,933 --> 00:12:49,867
of my life?
291
00:12:52,805 --> 00:12:54,839
Got to get you into my life
292
00:13:03,115 --> 00:13:05,316
what can I do?
What can I be?
293
00:13:05,351 --> 00:13:08,686
When I'm with you,
I want to stay there
294
00:13:10,255 --> 00:13:12,223
if I'm true, I never leave
295
00:13:12,257 --> 00:13:16,694
and if I do, I
know the way there
296
00:13:16,729 --> 00:13:20,431
Both:
ooh, then I suddenly see you
297
00:13:20,466 --> 00:13:21,633
ooh
298
00:13:21,667 --> 00:13:24,102
did I tell you I need you
299
00:13:24,136 --> 00:13:26,771
every single day

300
00:13:26,805 --> 00:13:31,075
of my life?
301
00:13:31,110 --> 00:13:34,912
Got to get you into my life
302
00:13:34,947 --> 00:13:36,614
(musical interlude)
303
00:13:45,691 --> 00:13:47,625
Got to get you into my life
304
00:13:54,266 --> 00:13:57,101
I was alone, I took a ride
305
00:13:57,136 --> 00:13:59,303
I didn't know
what I would find there
306
00:14:01,140 --> 00:14:02,607
another road where maybe I
307
00:14:02,641 --> 00:14:04,809
could see another kind
of mind there
308
00:14:04,843 --> 00:14:09,314
and I suddenly see you
309
00:14:09,348 --> 00:14:11,749
did I tell you I need you
310
00:14:11,784 --> 00:14:12,984
both:
oh
311
00:14:13,018 --> 00:14:17,055
I got to get you
into my life.
312
00:14:19,929 --> 00:14:23,103
<i>America, your prayers
have been answered.</i>
313
00:14:23,137 --> 00:14:26,106
<i>Sue Sylvester is back</i>

<i>at McKinley.</i>
314
00:14:26,140 --> 00:14:29,008
<i>Sure, I enjoyed my time away,</i>
<i>but once Becky Jackson</i>
315
00:14:29,043 --> 00:14:32,078
<i>fessed up and started serving</i>
<i>her month-long suspension,</i>
316
00:14:32,113 --> 00:14:34,080
<i>the school begged me to return,</i>
317
00:14:34,115 --> 00:14:36,149
<i>but I knew if I was gonna</i>
<i>come back,</i>
318
00:14:36,183 --> 00:14:37,717
<i>I had to come back big-time,</i>
319
00:14:37,752 --> 00:14:39,486
<i>in a next level way.</i>
320
00:14:39,520 --> 00:14:41,254
Welcome back, Coach Sylvester.
321
00:14:41,288 --> 00:14:44,424
It's Principal Sylvester.
322
00:14:45,393 --> 00:14:47,727
<i>I broke into Figgins' office</i>
323
00:14:47,762 --> 00:14:49,763
<i>and planted</i>
<i>incriminating evidence</i>
324
00:14:49,797 --> 00:14:51,932
<i>of every conceivable variety.</i>
325
00:14:51,966 --> 00:14:53,199
Man:
We've had some complaints.
326
00:14:53,234 --> 00:14:54,334
Oh, Mr. Roberts.
327

00:14:54,368 --> 00:14:55,568


What's going on?
328
00:14:55,603 --> 00:14:57,203
I think you have a few
things in your desk
329
00:14:57,238 --> 00:14:58,238
you may want to share with us.
330
00:14:58,272 --> 00:14:59,472
Sue:
<i>Gambling receipts,</i>
331
00:14:59,507 --> 00:15:00,573
<i>porno mags...</i>
332
00:15:00,608 --> 00:15:01,574
We're gonna be
here for a while.
333
00:15:01,609 --> 00:15:02,942
<i>...gay porno mags,</i>
334
00:15:02,977 --> 00:15:04,945
<i>gay foot fetish porno mags...</i>
335
00:15:04,979 --> 00:15:06,413
It's not mine!
336
00:15:06,447 --> 00:15:07,948
- That's puppy porn.
- I'm telling you, it's not mine!
337
00:15:07,982 --> 00:15:10,483
I go to church every Sunday,
for God's sake.
338
00:15:10,518 --> 00:15:12,085
<i>...a polygamous</i>
<i>marriage certificate,</i>
339
00:15:12,119 --> 00:15:13,920
<i>a bill of sale granting</i>
340
00:15:13,955 --> 00:15:15,588
<i>campus drilling rights</i>

<i>to a fracking company,</i>


341
00:15:15,623 --> 00:15:17,123
<i>an autographed copy</i>
342
00:15:17,158 --> 00:15:18,291
<i>of</i> Mein Kampf.
343
00:15:18,326 --> 00:15:20,760
I'm telling you, I am innocent!
344
00:15:20,795 --> 00:15:22,128
Roberts:
Our hands are tied, Mr. Figgins.
345
00:15:22,163 --> 00:15:23,897
Where am I supposed to go?
346
00:15:23,931 --> 00:15:25,599
What am I supposed to do?
347
00:15:25,633 --> 00:15:28,435
Well, superintendent
Harris, I have to say,
348
00:15:28,469 --> 00:15:30,737
I'm truly humbled.
349
00:15:30,771 --> 00:15:32,806
We're in a pinch here, coach,
350
00:15:32,840 --> 00:15:34,674
and you're a proven champion.
351
00:15:34,709 --> 00:15:37,310
You've led the school before
as interim principal,
352
00:15:37,345 --> 00:15:40,280
and if all goes well
after a few months,
353
00:15:40,314 --> 00:15:42,649
I see no reason
why this position
354

00:15:42,683 --> 00:15:44,417


shouldn't become permanent.
355
00:15:44,452 --> 00:15:47,020
Sue: <i>Do I feel guilty
about what I did?</i>
356
00:15:47,054 --> 00:15:48,355
<i>Not at all.</i>
357
00:15:48,389 --> 00:15:50,223
<i>Jesus said it best:</i>
358
00:15:50,258 --> 00:15:53,093
<i>"The end justifies the means."</i>
359
00:15:53,127 --> 00:15:54,894
<i>Last time</i>
<i>I was acting principal,</i>
360
00:15:54,929 --> 00:15:57,264
<i>I squandered an opportunity</i>
<i>for greatness.</i>
361
00:15:57,298 --> 00:16:00,467
<i>This time</i>
<i>I'm going to get it right.</i>
362
00:16:03,204 --> 00:16:05,672
You're a monster, Sue Sylvester!
363
00:16:05,706 --> 00:16:11,244
(The Beatles' "you've got
to hide your love away" begins)
364
00:16:11,279 --> 00:16:15,882
Here I stand, head in hand
365
00:16:15,916 --> 00:16:19,119
turn my face to the wall
366
00:16:19,153 --> 00:16:22,389
if she's gone
367
00:16:22,423 --> 00:16:25,392
I can't go on

368
00:16:25,426 --> 00:16:29,462
feeling two foot small...
369
00:16:32,967 --> 00:16:37,370
Everywhere people stare
370
00:16:37,405 --> 00:16:42,342
each and every day
371
00:16:42,376 --> 00:16:46,980
I can see them laugh at me
372
00:16:47,014 --> 00:16:51,351
and I hear them say...
373
00:16:56,290 --> 00:16:58,258
Both:
hey
374
00:16:58,292 --> 00:17:01,194
you've got to hide
375
00:17:01,229 --> 00:17:05,031
your love away
376
00:17:05,066 --> 00:17:08,868
hey
377
00:17:08,903 --> 00:17:13,673
you've got to hide
your love away
378
00:17:16,077 --> 00:17:21,414
how could she say to me
379
00:17:21,449 --> 00:17:26,086
love will find a way?
380
00:17:26,120 --> 00:17:29,089
Gather 'round
381
00:17:29,123 --> 00:17:31,124
all you clowns
382
00:17:31,158 --> 00:17:37,230

let me hear you say...


383
00:17:41,068 --> 00:17:42,602
Hey
384
00:17:42,637 --> 00:17:48,775
you've got to hide
your love away
385
00:17:50,278 --> 00:17:54,481
hey, you've got to hide
386
00:17:54,515 --> 00:17:56,950
your love away
387
00:17:56,984 --> 00:17:58,818
oh
388
00:17:58,853 --> 00:18:01,121
hey
389
00:18:01,155 --> 00:18:02,789
you've got to hide
390
00:18:02,823 --> 00:18:08,762
your love away
391
00:18:08,796 --> 00:18:11,831
oh, hey
392
00:18:11,866 --> 00:18:17,470
you've got to hide
your love away.
393
00:18:23,911 --> 00:18:25,979
(School bell ringing)
394
00:18:26,013 --> 00:18:28,481
Okay, listen up, everybody.
395
00:18:28,516 --> 00:18:29,749
Come on.
396
00:18:29,784 --> 00:18:31,651
Blaine has a very special
announcement to make.

397
00:18:31,686 --> 00:18:32,719
That's right.
(Clears throat)
398
00:18:32,753 --> 00:18:34,454
So, as most of you know already,
399
00:18:34,488 --> 00:18:37,557
um, Kurt and I are
officially back together.
400
00:18:37,591 --> 00:18:39,025
(Cheering)
401
00:18:39,060 --> 00:18:42,495
I know,
but what most of you don't know,
402
00:18:42,530 --> 00:18:45,265
and this is top secret,
403
00:18:45,299 --> 00:18:50,270
is that I'm going
to ask Kurt to marry me.
404
00:18:51,639 --> 00:18:53,139
Yeah, guys, come on!
405
00:18:53,174 --> 00:18:54,407
Get up! Come on, guys!
406
00:18:54,442 --> 00:18:55,542
He's my best friend.
407
00:18:55,576 --> 00:18:56,776
Gay marriage... good.
408
00:18:56,811 --> 00:18:58,078
It's good, it's good things.
409
00:18:58,112 --> 00:18:59,512
They're all happening so fast.
410
00:18:59,547 --> 00:19:02,082
- Let's go!

- Sam, not now.


411
00:19:02,116 --> 00:19:04,885
Anyway, I want this proposal
to be just incredible,
412
00:19:04,919 --> 00:19:06,853
so I'm asking for
all of your help,
413
00:19:06,887 --> 00:19:09,856
but I'm also asking for some
of our competitors' help.
414
00:19:09,891 --> 00:19:11,725
Like the Warblers
and Vocal Adrenaline
415
00:19:11,759 --> 00:19:13,279
and the Haverbrook
school for the deaf.
416
00:19:13,294 --> 00:19:15,128
(Scoffs) Vocal Adrenaline? No, ma'am.
417
00:19:15,162 --> 00:19:16,563
The Warblers are
evil incarnate little craps.
418
00:19:16,597 --> 00:19:17,964
Are you crazy? Are you insane?
419
00:19:17,999 --> 00:19:19,099
Good God,
have you lost your mind?
420
00:19:19,133 --> 00:19:20,934
Tina, everybody,
421
00:19:20,968 --> 00:19:22,636
hear him out.
422
00:19:22,670 --> 00:19:27,340
Look, I want this to be more
than just an ordinary proposal.
423
00:19:27,375 --> 00:19:29,543

I want this
to be a cultural statement.
424
00:19:29,577 --> 00:19:30,810
Sure you do.
425
00:19:30,845 --> 00:19:34,147
Hey, our generation
is at a turning point.
426
00:19:34,181 --> 00:19:37,784
People everywhere...
except, like, Russia...
427
00:19:37,818 --> 00:19:41,421
are beginning to see
that it doesn't matter
428
00:19:41,455 --> 00:19:43,857
who you are
or where you're from
429
00:19:43,891 --> 00:19:46,393
or even what God you believe in.
430
00:19:46,427 --> 00:19:48,161
They're beginning to see
that people
431
00:19:48,195 --> 00:19:49,663
really aren't
all that different.
432
00:19:49,697 --> 00:19:52,265
And honestly, if we can get a
bunch of cutthroat show choirs
433
00:19:52,300 --> 00:19:54,167
to stand side-by-side
434
00:19:54,202 --> 00:19:56,369
and unite in something,
435
00:19:56,404 --> 00:19:58,004
then anything is possible.
436
00:19:58,039 --> 00:20:00,907

Okay, okay,
but Blaine is just using
437
00:20:00,942 --> 00:20:03,276
the world of rival glee clubs
as a metaphor
438
00:20:03,311 --> 00:20:05,712
for this incredible time
we're in right now.
439
00:20:07,114 --> 00:20:09,182
(Quietly): But I still
think you're too young.
440
00:20:09,217 --> 00:20:11,251
Help! I need somebody
441
00:20:11,285 --> 00:20:13,053
help! Not just anybody
442
00:20:13,087 --> 00:20:14,988
help!
443
00:20:15,022 --> 00:20:16,356
You know I need someone
444
00:20:16,390 --> 00:20:19,526
help!
445
00:20:19,560 --> 00:20:23,663
When I was younger,
so much younger than today
446
00:20:23,698 --> 00:20:25,832
I never needed
447
00:20:25,866 --> 00:20:29,102
anybody's help in any way
448
00:20:29,136 --> 00:20:31,705
but now these days are gone
449
00:20:31,739 --> 00:20:33,907
I'm not so self-assured
450

00:20:33,941 --> 00:20:36,109


now I find
I've changed my mind
451
00:20:36,143 --> 00:20:38,945
and opened up the doors
452
00:20:38,980 --> 00:20:41,348
help me if you can
453
00:20:41,382 --> 00:20:43,383
I'm feeling down <i>down</i>
454
00:20:43,417 --> 00:20:45,919
and I do appreciate
455
00:20:45,953 --> 00:20:47,954
you being 'round <i>'round</i>
456
00:20:47,989 --> 00:20:51,324
help me get my feet
457
00:20:51,359 --> 00:20:53,727
back on the ground
458
00:20:53,761 --> 00:20:55,929
won't you please
459
00:20:55,963 --> 00:20:59,533
please help me?
460
00:20:59,567 --> 00:21:02,135
And now my life has changed
461
00:21:02,169 --> 00:21:03,904
in, oh, so many ways
462
00:21:03,938 --> 00:21:08,408
my independence seems
to vanish in the haze
463
00:21:08,442 --> 00:21:12,245
but every now and then
464
00:21:12,280 --> 00:21:13,914
I feel so insecure

465
00:21:13,948 --> 00:21:16,016
I know that I
466
00:21:16,050 --> 00:21:17,150
just need you like
467
00:21:17,184 --> 00:21:19,786
I've never done before
468
00:21:19,820 --> 00:21:21,755
help me if you can
469
00:21:21,789 --> 00:21:23,557
I'm feeling down <i>down</i>
470
00:21:23,591 --> 00:21:28,795
and I do appreciate you
being 'round
<i>'round</i>
471
00:21:28,830 --> 00:21:30,964
help me get my feet
472
00:21:30,998 --> 00:21:33,667
back on the ground
473
00:21:33,701 --> 00:21:38,171
won't you please,
please help me?
474
00:21:40,241 --> 00:21:42,175
When I was younger
475
00:21:42,210 --> 00:21:45,045
so much younger than today
476
00:21:45,079 --> 00:21:49,749
I never needed anybody's help
in any way
477
00:21:49,784 --> 00:21:52,619
but now these days are gone
478
00:21:52,653 --> 00:21:55,722
I'm not so self-assured

479
00:21:55,756 --> 00:21:57,924
and now I find
I've changed my mind
480
00:21:57,959 --> 00:22:00,126
I've opened up the doors
481
00:22:00,161 --> 00:22:04,130
help me if you can,
I'm feeling down
482
00:22:04,165 --> 00:22:05,198
<i>down</i>
483
00:22:05,233 --> 00:22:09,202
and I do appreciate you
being 'round
484
00:22:09,237 --> 00:22:10,537
<i>'round</i>
485
00:22:10,571 --> 00:22:14,207
help me get my feet back
on the ground
486
00:22:14,242 --> 00:22:18,678
won't you please,
please help me?
487
00:22:18,713 --> 00:22:24,117
Help me, help me, ooh.
488
00:22:26,220 --> 00:22:29,856
We need an official vote,
but in the spirit of brotherhood
489
00:22:29,891 --> 00:22:31,424
and cleaning up
our tarnished reputation,
490
00:22:31,459 --> 00:22:33,160
I think we'd all be happy
to help.
491
00:22:33,194 --> 00:22:36,563
Uh, Trent, we said

I'd do the talking.


492
00:22:36,597 --> 00:22:38,231
All in favor of helping Blaine?
493
00:22:38,266 --> 00:22:39,266
All:
Aye!
494
00:22:40,468 --> 00:22:42,702
(All whooping)
495
00:22:47,509 --> 00:22:49,643
Artie, we've been
friends for a long time,
496
00:22:49,678 --> 00:22:52,179
so I'm just gonna ask,
are you and Kitty an item?
497
00:22:52,214 --> 00:22:54,648
What? No.
498
00:22:54,683 --> 00:22:57,284
I mean, yes.
I mean, maybe.
499
00:22:57,319 --> 00:22:59,386
I'm unclear. It's sort of this
secret affair
500
00:22:59,421 --> 00:23:00,988
we're not really supposed
to talk about.
501
00:23:01,022 --> 00:23:02,957
Yes! I knew it!
Why? Why can't you?
502
00:23:02,991 --> 00:23:04,191
Lower your voice, Tina.
503
00:23:05,293 --> 00:23:08,229
Because Kitty's uncomfortable
504
00:23:08,263 --> 00:23:09,763
with people knowing

she's dating...
505
00:23:09,798 --> 00:23:10,965
Someone who wears glasses
506
00:23:10,999 --> 00:23:13,067
who's in a wheelchair
who's in glee club?
507
00:23:13,101 --> 00:23:14,435
Where's your self-respect?
508
00:23:14,469 --> 00:23:17,037
Tina, I know you're trying
to help.
509
00:23:17,072 --> 00:23:18,472
Like, at least I think you are.
510
00:23:18,506 --> 00:23:23,802
So I'm gonna say thank you.
511
00:23:26,739 --> 00:23:27,939
(School bell ringing)
512
00:23:29,508 --> 00:23:33,344
All right, got your burger
and your salad. Enjoy.
513
00:23:35,548 --> 00:23:37,782
Oh, my God, you're not gonna
believe this text
514
00:23:37,817 --> 00:23:39,117
I just got from Blaine.
515
00:23:39,151 --> 00:23:41,286
You're not gonna believe
who's sitting in my section.
516
00:23:44,490 --> 00:23:47,959
Mmm, I'll take this.
517
00:23:47,993 --> 00:23:50,862
Okay, so we have one Roxie
518

00:23:50,896 --> 00:23:54,099


and one Velma,
a side of Billy Flynns.
519
00:23:54,133 --> 00:23:57,635
Yes, it's me,
and, yes, it's awkward,
520
00:23:57,670 --> 00:23:58,837
but I don't care,
521
00:23:58,871 --> 00:24:01,272
because I am a professional.
522
00:24:01,307 --> 00:24:02,674
Even when people are calling me
523
00:24:02,708 --> 00:24:04,075
"too young" or-or "green,"
524
00:24:04,110 --> 00:24:05,744
which, for your information,
I'm not.
525
00:24:05,778 --> 00:24:06,945
I am a...
Am a star.
526
00:24:06,979 --> 00:24:09,647
Yes, I am a star.
Rachel, look,
527
00:24:09,682 --> 00:24:11,516
it's not personal.
528
00:24:11,550 --> 00:24:13,918
Everyone thinks they're a star,
even when they're not.
529
00:24:13,953 --> 00:24:14,953
Look around.
530
00:24:14,987 --> 00:24:17,722
They all want
to be on Broadway.
531
00:24:17,757 --> 00:24:19,491

Look, I'm not saying


you're not a star, Rachel.
532
00:24:19,525 --> 00:24:23,395
Just saying
I'm not sure just yet.
533
00:24:25,231 --> 00:24:26,598
I understand.
534
00:24:28,134 --> 00:24:31,369
I guess I'll just have
to prove it to you, then.
535
00:24:34,874 --> 00:24:37,242
(The Beatles' "a hard day's
night" begins)
536
00:24:37,276 --> 00:24:41,413
It's been a hard day's night
537
00:24:41,447 --> 00:24:43,448
and I've been working
like a dog
538
00:24:43,482 --> 00:24:47,252
it's been a hard day's night
539
00:24:47,286 --> 00:24:50,755
I should be sleeping
like a log
540
00:24:50,790 --> 00:24:52,524
so why on earth
should I moan?
541
00:24:52,558 --> 00:24:57,162
'Cause when I get you alone,
you know I feel okay
542
00:24:57,196 --> 00:25:00,999
when I'm home
543
00:25:01,033 --> 00:25:03,835
everything seems to be right
544
00:25:03,869 --> 00:25:06,204

when I'm home


545
00:25:06,238 --> 00:25:09,307
feeling you holding me tight
546
00:25:09,342 --> 00:25:11,142
tight, yeah
547
00:25:11,177 --> 00:25:14,179
it's been a hard day's night
548
00:25:14,213 --> 00:25:18,116
and I've been working
like a dog
549
00:25:18,150 --> 00:25:21,886
it's been a hard day's night
550
00:25:21,921 --> 00:25:24,155
I should be sleeping
like a log
551
00:25:24,190 --> 00:25:25,790
but when I get home to you
552
00:25:25,825 --> 00:25:28,059
I find the things
that you do
553
00:25:28,094 --> 00:25:30,295
will make me feel all right
554
00:25:30,329 --> 00:25:32,530
ow!
555
00:25:37,370 --> 00:25:39,237
So why on earth
should I moan?
556
00:25:39,271 --> 00:25:41,172
'Cause when I get you alone
557
00:25:41,207 --> 00:25:43,641
you know I feel okay
558
00:25:43,676 --> 00:25:46,211

when I'm home


559
00:25:46,245 --> 00:25:50,315
everything seems to be right
560
00:25:50,349 --> 00:25:53,318
when I'm home
561
00:25:53,352 --> 00:25:56,020
feeling you holding me tight
562
00:25:56,055 --> 00:25:58,023
tight, yeah
563
00:25:58,057 --> 00:26:00,392
it's been a hard day's night
564
00:26:00,426 --> 00:26:04,396
and I've been working
like a dog
565
00:26:04,430 --> 00:26:07,565
it's been a hard day's night
566
00:26:07,600 --> 00:26:10,368
I should be sleeping
like a log
567
00:26:10,403 --> 00:26:12,904
but when I get home to you
568
00:26:12,938 --> 00:26:14,339
I find the things
that you do
569
00:26:14,373 --> 00:26:18,043
will make me feel all right
570
00:26:18,077 --> 00:26:21,713
you know I feel all right
571
00:26:21,747 --> 00:26:24,883
you know
I feel all right.
572
00:26:24,917 --> 00:26:28,219

(Song ends, patrons cheering)


573
00:26:28,954 --> 00:26:30,255
Let's get out of here.
574
00:26:30,289 --> 00:26:31,623
Wait... after all that?
575
00:26:31,645 --> 00:26:32,608
We have to go home.
576
00:26:32,644 --> 00:26:34,102
There's something special
we need to do.
577
00:26:34,126 --> 00:26:36,461
(Cheering continues)
578
00:26:39,224 --> 00:26:40,557
I don't know what
you're so nervous about.
579
00:26:40,592 --> 00:26:41,592
She's not going after
the Cheerios!
580
00:26:41,626 --> 00:26:42,960
It's the glee club she hates.
581
00:26:42,994 --> 00:26:44,161
Bitch, please.
582
00:26:44,195 --> 00:26:46,430
Sue Sylvester's had it out
for me since day one.
583
00:26:46,464 --> 00:26:47,798
I took her job, remember?
584
00:26:47,832 --> 00:26:50,501
I just know she's dug up
all kind of dirt on me.
585
00:26:50,535 --> 00:26:51,902
What kind of dirt?
586

00:26:51,936 --> 00:26:54,505


Number one, this bronze
damn olympic medal
587
00:26:54,539 --> 00:26:57,107
in individual synchronized
swimming I won
588
00:26:57,142 --> 00:26:59,443
at them Chinese Olympics
may have been
589
00:26:59,477 --> 00:27:02,880
the result of some performanceenhancing drugs and weed.
590
00:27:02,914 --> 00:27:04,681
Number two, I may have
perpetrated a buttload
591
00:27:04,716 --> 00:27:05,849
of credit card fraud.
592
00:27:05,884 --> 00:27:08,685
An old lady in Florida
may have paid for my condo,
593
00:27:08,720 --> 00:27:12,055
and I might have just
flat-out stole my Lexus
594
00:27:12,090 --> 00:27:15,125
off a used car lot.
595
00:27:15,160 --> 00:27:17,794
Well, then, yeah,
we're both screwed.
596
00:27:17,829 --> 00:27:19,830
Sue's gonna take out
the glee club
597
00:27:19,864 --> 00:27:21,498
and the Cheerios!
in one fell swoop.
598
00:27:21,533 --> 00:27:24,168
Oh, now why on earth would I do

something like that, Buttchin?


599
00:27:24,202 --> 00:27:26,003
Because you're vindictive
and petty.
600
00:27:26,037 --> 00:27:28,305
Oh, well, you're forgetting
one thing, William.
601
00:27:28,339 --> 00:27:31,542
I have been given the post of
interim principal at this school.
602
00:27:31,576 --> 00:27:33,510
A post that will be made
permanent
603
00:27:33,544 --> 00:27:36,814
at the end of the year
if all goes according to plan,
604
00:27:36,848 --> 00:27:39,383
allowing me to demolish
this office down to the studs,
605
00:27:39,417 --> 00:27:43,520
ridding it once and for all
of the deep, ethnic musk
606
00:27:43,555 --> 00:27:44,655
that is Figgins' hallmark.
607
00:27:44,689 --> 00:27:46,490
Now, in order to achieve that,
608
00:27:46,524 --> 00:27:48,892
I need the programs
at this school to be successful.
609
00:27:48,927 --> 00:27:53,130
I need the teams
at McKinley high to be winners.
610
00:27:53,164 --> 00:27:55,299
Wait, wait,
y-you're not firing us?

611
00:27:55,333 --> 00:27:57,568
Not if you win a national
championship, I'm not.
612
00:27:57,602 --> 00:28:00,337
However, if you fail to win at
Nationals, I will fire you.
613
00:28:00,371 --> 00:28:02,406
You'll be forced to build
creepy relationships
614
00:28:02,440 --> 00:28:03,874
with teenagers on your own time.
615
00:28:03,908 --> 00:28:06,176
And you, you'll have to go back
616
00:28:06,211 --> 00:28:08,712
to being a full-time spokesmodel
for Billy Dee Williams'
617
00:28:08,746 --> 00:28:09,913
yellow hair helmets
618
00:28:09,948 --> 00:28:12,182
for women who couldn't possibly
be less blonde.
619
00:28:12,217 --> 00:28:13,550
Congratulations.
620
00:28:13,585 --> 00:28:16,720
You're on my watch now,
which means...
621
00:28:16,754 --> 00:28:19,756
You're winners.
622
00:28:22,160 --> 00:28:26,363
Okay, guys, week one of
our Beatles fest has been epic.
623
00:28:26,397 --> 00:28:28,799
I think we've really unpacked
what made the fab four

624
00:28:28,833 --> 00:28:30,267
such a instant sensation,
625
00:28:30,301 --> 00:28:32,703
but now I want to turn to their
oft-ignored middle period.
626
00:28:32,737 --> 00:28:34,071
Mr. Shue, would you say
627
00:28:34,105 --> 00:28:35,906
that the early Beatles looked
out for each other
628
00:28:35,940 --> 00:28:37,941
even when they didn't want
to be looked out for?
629
00:28:37,976 --> 00:28:39,109
Oh, God, no.
630
00:28:39,144 --> 00:28:41,812
If I understand your question,
Tina,
631
00:28:41,846 --> 00:28:44,281
yes, the early Beatles
always had each other's backs.
632
00:28:44,315 --> 00:28:45,716
In that case, I'm sorry, Artie,
but this
633
00:28:45,750 --> 00:28:47,017
is for your own good.
634
00:28:47,051 --> 00:28:50,420
Everyone, Kitty and Artie
are dating,
635
00:28:50,455 --> 00:28:51,788
but Kitty's making Artie hide it
636
00:28:51,823 --> 00:28:53,257
because she's embarrassed
by him,

637
00:28:53,291 --> 00:28:54,892
and I think
that's emotional abuse.
638
00:28:54,926 --> 00:28:58,195
Artie is a great guy, and
he deserves to be loved openly
639
00:28:58,229 --> 00:28:59,590
and proudly
and without conditions.
640
00:29:01,499 --> 00:29:02,866
For once we agree.
641
00:29:03,735 --> 00:29:07,971
It's true.
Arthur and I are dating.
642
00:29:08,006 --> 00:29:09,640
We are? Officially?
643
00:29:09,674 --> 00:29:11,775
And for the record... and not
that it's anyone's business,
644
00:29:11,810 --> 00:29:14,411
especially not yours,
Tina Cohen-Agitator...
645
00:29:14,446 --> 00:29:16,313
I did want to keep it hush-hush.
646
00:29:16,347 --> 00:29:17,414
Because you were ashamed.
647
00:29:17,448 --> 00:29:20,918
Yes, Memoirs of a Lame Geisha,
because I occupy
648
00:29:20,952 --> 00:29:22,619
a certain place
in the McKinley hierarchy,
649
00:29:22,654 --> 00:29:26,590
and you all occupy a different,
lesser place in that hierarchy,

650
00:29:26,624 --> 00:29:28,192
and before exploding
said hierarchy
651
00:29:28,226 --> 00:29:30,394
by jumping up and down
on Oprah's couch,
652
00:29:30,428 --> 00:29:34,031
declaring my undying love for
someone who is, let's face it,
653
00:29:34,065 --> 00:29:36,500
not my usual body type...
654
00:29:37,569 --> 00:29:38,836
I wanted to be sure.
655
00:29:38,870 --> 00:29:40,103
Of what?
656
00:29:43,374 --> 00:29:46,009
That I really, really liked him.
657
00:29:47,445 --> 00:29:49,112
And that I would be willing
to risk
658
00:29:49,147 --> 00:29:52,416
not just my social standing
but also getting hurt
659
00:29:52,450 --> 00:29:54,918
by letting him wheel
into my heart.
660
00:29:54,953 --> 00:29:58,021
And even though I know
he's getting ready to graduate,
661
00:29:58,056 --> 00:30:01,825
and we're probably just
as doomed as every other sad,
662
00:30:01,860 --> 00:30:04,528
broken, backwards relationship

that's ever started


663
00:30:04,562 --> 00:30:06,463
in this Jesus-and love-forsaken
choir room...
664
00:30:06,498 --> 00:30:09,166
Kurt and I <i>will</i> have
a happy ending.
665
00:30:09,200 --> 00:30:11,368
But I do like you, Artie.
You make me laugh,
666
00:30:11,402 --> 00:30:13,504
and not just with those stupid
YouTube fail videos
667
00:30:13,538 --> 00:30:14,638
you're always showing me.
668
00:30:19,611 --> 00:30:23,747
Look, asking you to keep
our stuff private wasn't cool,
669
00:30:23,782 --> 00:30:24,848
and I'm sorry.
670
00:30:24,883 --> 00:30:27,518
It's okay, Kitty.
671
00:30:27,552 --> 00:30:33,257
But, um, as far as, like,
updating my Facebook status...
672
00:30:33,291 --> 00:30:38,862
Yes, we are officially,
publicly, shockingly
673
00:30:38,897 --> 00:30:40,856
a thing.
674
00:30:40,899 --> 00:30:44,668
(All cheer)
675
00:30:48,506 --> 00:30:49,786
You guys...

(School bell ringing)


676
00:30:52,252 --> 00:30:55,177
Do any of you know
why I call you in here?
677
00:30:55,204 --> 00:30:58,406
Uh, is it to get prepared
in case
678
00:30:58,441 --> 00:31:00,208
the North Koreans invade
through Mexico?
679
00:31:00,243 --> 00:31:02,210
I just saw <i>Red Dawn,</i> okay?
It could happen.
680
00:31:02,245 --> 00:31:03,445
One of our own has turned
681
00:31:03,479 --> 00:31:06,782
into a mean, bitter,
and angry person.
682
00:31:06,816 --> 00:31:08,216
- Tina.
- Tina.
- That'd be Tina.
683
00:31:08,251 --> 00:31:09,418
She didn't used to be like this.
684
00:31:09,452 --> 00:31:12,020
She was a sweet girl who dated
Artie until he dumped her
685
00:31:12,055 --> 00:31:13,935
because he found out
she was faking her stutter.
686
00:31:13,956 --> 00:31:16,391
And then she dated Mike Chang
until he dumped her
687
00:31:16,426 --> 00:31:18,593
because she wasn't Asian enough
or something.

688
00:31:18,628 --> 00:31:21,263
- Wait... is that really
why he dumped her?
- Yeah.
689
00:31:21,297 --> 00:31:23,498
Look, the point is, is that
it's time for us to step in.
690
00:31:23,533 --> 00:31:25,067
She's falling apart.
691
00:31:25,101 --> 00:31:26,635
I walked by
the too young to be bitter club
692
00:31:26,669 --> 00:31:30,639
<i>meeting this morning, and</i>
<i>she was the only one in there.</i>
693
00:31:34,911 --> 00:31:37,412
Those cakes are truly awesome.
694
00:31:37,447 --> 00:31:39,481
Dude, those things were moist
and chocolaty at the same time.
695
00:31:39,515 --> 00:31:41,116
Totally, totally.
696
00:31:41,150 --> 00:31:42,430
Guys, this isn't
about the cakes.
697
00:31:42,452 --> 00:31:43,919
I know how good they are.
I've had them, too.
698
00:31:43,953 --> 00:31:45,153
This is about us trying
to help Tina.
699
00:31:45,188 --> 00:31:46,455
Oh, of course, Blaine.
700
00:31:46,489 --> 00:31:48,423

You know, even though this is


all clearly your fault,
701
00:31:48,458 --> 00:31:50,659
you know, whatever you think
we should do, we're in.
702
00:32:09,979 --> 00:32:11,847
Ah, settling in nicely,
then, are we?
703
00:32:11,881 --> 00:32:13,815
You know, I think you
found your calling.
704
00:32:13,850 --> 00:32:17,686
Janitor Figgins, I think,
has a quiet dignity to it.
705
00:32:17,720 --> 00:32:19,154
You're not gonna get away
with this, Sue.
706
00:32:19,188 --> 00:32:20,655
Well, I believe I already have.
707
00:32:20,690 --> 00:32:23,358
And considering all
the scandalous behavior
708
00:32:23,393 --> 00:32:24,626
that I recently uncovered,
709
00:32:24,661 --> 00:32:27,362
I would say you are lucky
to have a job at all.
710
00:32:27,397 --> 00:32:29,097
You had better be nice to Donna.
711
00:32:31,067 --> 00:32:33,035
That woman is a Saint.
712
00:32:33,069 --> 00:32:34,436
And she's my rock.
713
00:32:34,470 --> 00:32:36,705

I'm afraid Donna isn't long


for this world.
714
00:32:36,739 --> 00:32:38,540
As soon as she returns
from her suspension,
715
00:32:38,574 --> 00:32:41,843
I plan on installing Becky
as my secretary.
716
00:32:41,878 --> 00:32:44,079
And I will refer
to her as my "beckretary."
717
00:32:44,113 --> 00:32:46,148
(Chuckles)
718
00:32:47,383 --> 00:32:48,583
What is that?
719
00:32:48,618 --> 00:32:52,120
- That?
- Well, that's just a five-gallon bucket
720
00:32:52,155 --> 00:32:53,889
of expired grade D meat slurry
721
00:32:53,923 --> 00:32:57,659
the poor kids at this school
were forced to eat
722
00:32:57,694 --> 00:32:59,528
every Taco Tuesday under
the jackboot of that corrupt,
723
00:32:59,562 --> 00:33:02,731
decadent regime from which
they were recently liberated
724
00:33:02,765 --> 00:33:04,299
by one Sue Rodham Sylvester.
725
00:33:04,334 --> 00:33:05,734
That's not your middle name.
726
00:33:05,768 --> 00:33:07,135

Oh, yes, it is.


727
00:33:07,170 --> 00:33:08,570
I had it legally changed
this morning.
728
00:33:08,604 --> 00:33:11,406
(Chuckles) Now, what would you
like me to do with this canister
729
00:33:11,441 --> 00:33:13,208
of rancid horse offal?
730
00:33:13,242 --> 00:33:15,077
No, Sue, please! No!
731
00:33:16,946 --> 00:33:19,548
(Distorted):
No!
732
00:33:30,326 --> 00:33:33,028
Sue Sylvester!
733
00:33:34,030 --> 00:33:37,432
You are a monster!
734
00:33:39,001 --> 00:33:40,836
Tina:
What is happening
735
00:33:40,870 --> 00:33:42,571
and why did you
make me wear this?
736
00:33:42,605 --> 00:33:44,306
I had to break out
one of the <i>grease</i> costumes.
737
00:33:44,340 --> 00:33:45,807
(British accent):
Tina, I'm Paul.
738
00:33:45,842 --> 00:33:47,542
That's George, that's Ringo,
739
00:33:47,577 --> 00:33:48,744
and black John Lennon.

740
00:33:48,778 --> 00:33:49,978
Half black.
741
00:33:50,012 --> 00:33:52,012
(Cockney accent): We love
you, and this is for you.
742
00:33:52,448 --> 00:33:53,715
One, two, three, four!
743
00:33:53,750 --> 00:33:57,119
(Playing the Beatles'
"I saw her standing there")
744
00:33:57,153 --> 00:33:58,954
(Girls screaming)
745
00:33:58,988 --> 00:34:02,090
Well, she was just 17
746
00:34:02,125 --> 00:34:05,060
and you know what I mean
747
00:34:05,094 --> 00:34:06,728
(screaming)
and the way she looked
748
00:34:06,763 --> 00:34:09,831
was way beyond compare
749
00:34:09,866 --> 00:34:11,500
(girls whooping)
750
00:34:11,534 --> 00:34:16,271
So how could I dance
with another
751
00:34:16,306 --> 00:34:17,305
ooh
752
00:34:17,340 --> 00:34:19,174
when I saw her
753
00:34:19,208 --> 00:34:21,276
standing there?

754
00:34:23,613 --> 00:34:26,181
Well, my heart went boom
755
00:34:26,215 --> 00:34:29,151
when I crossed that room
756
00:34:29,185 --> 00:34:35,757
and I held
her hand in mine...
757
00:34:35,792 --> 00:34:38,126
(Screaming)
758
00:34:38,161 --> 00:34:40,696
Whoa, we danced
through the night
759
00:34:40,730 --> 00:34:44,533
and we held each other tight
760
00:34:44,567 --> 00:34:46,101
and before too long
761
00:34:46,135 --> 00:34:50,505
I fell in love with her
(Screaming)
762
00:34:50,540 --> 00:34:54,643
Now I'll never dance
with another
763
00:34:54,677 --> 00:34:56,778
ooh
764
00:34:56,813 --> 00:35:00,182
since I saw her
standing there
765
00:35:00,216 --> 00:35:03,385
ow...!
766
00:35:03,419 --> 00:35:05,420
(Girls screaming)
767
00:35:07,457 --> 00:35:09,224

Come on, dance!


768
00:35:09,258 --> 00:35:10,392
Hey!
769
00:35:10,426 --> 00:35:13,328
(Screaming, whooping)
770
00:35:13,363 --> 00:35:17,399
Whoa, we danced
through the night
771
00:35:17,433 --> 00:35:20,035
and we held each other tight
772
00:35:20,069 --> 00:35:22,170
and before too long
773
00:35:22,205 --> 00:35:24,673
I fell in love with her...
774
00:35:24,707 --> 00:35:26,475
(Screams)
775
00:35:26,509 --> 00:35:31,280
Now I'll never dance
with another
776
00:35:31,314 --> 00:35:32,314
ooh
777
00:35:32,348 --> 00:35:33,915
since I saw her
778
00:35:33,950 --> 00:35:36,218
standing there...
779
00:35:36,252 --> 00:35:38,553
(Screaming)
780
00:35:38,588 --> 00:35:40,322
(Sobbing) oh, since I saw her
781
00:35:40,356 --> 00:35:42,257
standing there

782
00:35:43,293 --> 00:35:46,328
yeah, well, since I saw her
783
00:35:46,362 --> 00:35:49,431
standing there.
784
00:35:51,734 --> 00:35:53,702
(Cheering)
785
00:35:55,038 --> 00:35:56,939
That was awesome.
786
00:35:56,973 --> 00:35:59,241
But I don't understand
what it was for.
787
00:35:59,275 --> 00:36:02,010
Well, we saw how lonely
you've been lately.
788
00:36:02,045 --> 00:36:03,912
And since we're the only
single guys left in glee club...
789
00:36:03,947 --> 00:36:06,181
And by single,
we mean single prom dates...
790
00:36:06,215 --> 00:36:08,183
We just wanted
to offer our services
791
00:36:08,217 --> 00:36:09,685
as dance partner
or corsage buyer
792
00:36:09,719 --> 00:36:12,621
or just general arm candy
for the big dance.
793
00:36:12,655 --> 00:36:13,655
Yeah, so you can pick one.
794
00:36:13,656 --> 00:36:14,623
And it's your choice.
795

00:36:14,657 --> 00:36:15,724


Obviously I'm excluded.
796
00:36:15,758 --> 00:36:18,694
Well, it's hard to pick.
797
00:36:18,728 --> 00:36:21,430
Ryder has arms
and Blaine is my boo,
798
00:36:21,464 --> 00:36:24,800
but I think I'll go with Sam,
799
00:36:24,834 --> 00:36:26,201
because he's the least gay
800
00:36:26,236 --> 00:36:27,536
and least Asian of all of you
801
00:36:27,570 --> 00:36:29,905
and I'm looking
to change my patterns.
802
00:36:29,939 --> 00:36:31,273
Seriously, though...
803
00:36:31,307 --> 00:36:32,307
Thank you, guys.
804
00:36:32,342 --> 00:36:33,475
I really needed this.
805
00:36:33,509 --> 00:36:35,410
Bring it in, Tina.
806
00:36:35,445 --> 00:36:36,745
Oh, I love you.
807
00:36:36,779 --> 00:36:39,147
I love you.
Thank you, boo.
808
00:36:39,182 --> 00:36:40,849
(Indistinct conversation)
809
00:36:44,038 --> 00:36:45,776

Look, I, uh, know


we usually take
810
00:36:45,797 --> 00:36:46,897
the highway to the airport,
811
00:36:46,931 --> 00:36:48,132
but somebody told me
about this shortcut
812
00:36:48,166 --> 00:36:49,266
through the back roads.
813
00:36:49,300 --> 00:36:50,767
Dad, you can stop it.
814
00:36:50,802 --> 00:36:53,971
I know you're driving me
to my surprise proposal.
815
00:36:54,005 --> 00:36:55,506
I should have known you knew.
816
00:36:55,540 --> 00:36:57,274
You're the kid who planned
his own surprise party
817
00:36:57,308 --> 00:36:58,575
for his tenth birthday.
818
00:36:58,610 --> 00:37:00,010
That Justin Timberlake piata
819
00:37:00,044 --> 00:37:01,211
was a perfect likeness.
820
00:37:01,246 --> 00:37:03,313
Well, I wouldn't know.
821
00:37:03,348 --> 00:37:04,948
You okay?
822
00:37:04,983 --> 00:37:06,250
You look like I'm driving you
823
00:37:06,284 --> 00:37:07,351

to your execution.
824
00:37:09,721 --> 00:37:11,288
I can't tell.
825
00:37:11,322 --> 00:37:14,224
I mean, I really
love Blaine, and...
826
00:37:14,259 --> 00:37:15,959
He makes me feel so connected
827
00:37:15,994 --> 00:37:18,662
and safe and loved,
828
00:37:18,696 --> 00:37:20,731
and I don't think I'm ever
gonna find someone else
829
00:37:20,765 --> 00:37:22,766
who's gonna make me
feel like that.
830
00:37:24,102 --> 00:37:26,937
But we're both so young.
831
00:37:26,971 --> 00:37:29,006
Um...
832
00:37:29,040 --> 00:37:32,142
Your mom and I met
when we were 22,
833
00:37:32,177 --> 00:37:34,611
and I asked her to marry
me six months in.
834
00:37:34,646 --> 00:37:36,079
We were just kids.
835
00:37:38,116 --> 00:37:40,818
<i>Yeah...</i>
<i>It was really hard at first.</i>
836
00:37:40,852 --> 00:37:42,920
<i>You know, you go in</i>
<i>with all these fantasies</i>

837
00:37:42,954 --> 00:37:44,121
<i>about what your life together</i>
838
00:37:44,155 --> 00:37:45,222
is gonna be like:
839
00:37:45,256 --> 00:37:46,990
Nothing but laughing
840
00:37:47,025 --> 00:37:49,259
and dancing around
in your underwear,
841
00:37:49,294 --> 00:37:50,394
cooking pasta,
842
00:37:50,428 --> 00:37:52,429
<i>and sex.</i>
843
00:37:52,464 --> 00:37:54,164
<i>A lot of sex.</i>
844
00:37:54,199 --> 00:37:56,200
(Kurt sighs)
845
00:37:58,002 --> 00:37:59,603
It's hard being married, though.
846
00:37:59,637 --> 00:38:01,638
It's hard enough
being in your 20s.
847
00:38:03,141 --> 00:38:04,141
Do you wish you'd waited?
848
00:38:04,142 --> 00:38:07,010
Not one second more.
849
00:38:07,045 --> 00:38:08,946
I wish I'd met her
ten years earlier.
850
00:38:08,980 --> 00:38:10,714
I didn't know then that
I was only going to get

851
00:38:10,749 --> 00:38:12,149
so much time
with her, you know?
852
00:38:12,183 --> 00:38:13,350
That she was gonna
leave us so soon.
853
00:38:13,384 --> 00:38:16,887
I'd take 50 more years
of late-night fights
854
00:38:16,921 --> 00:38:19,022
about, you know,
me working late
855
00:38:19,057 --> 00:38:20,190
or the gas bill
856
00:38:20,225 --> 00:38:23,560
or her letting the milk
go bad for just...
857
00:38:23,595 --> 00:38:27,798
Ten more minutes
with her next to me.
858
00:38:27,832 --> 00:38:29,633
We only get a few days
859
00:38:29,667 --> 00:38:31,201
when you come down to it, Kurt.
860
00:38:31,236 --> 00:38:32,836
You know that
better than anyone.
861
00:38:35,039 --> 00:38:36,974
Look, totally
being honest here...
862
00:38:39,377 --> 00:38:41,845
Blaine asked me
what I thought about this,
863
00:38:41,880 --> 00:38:43,180

and I gave him my opinion.


864
00:38:43,214 --> 00:38:44,815
Which was?
865
00:38:44,849 --> 00:38:46,450
My opinion doesn't matter here.
866
00:38:46,484 --> 00:38:48,018
You're your own man now.
867
00:38:48,053 --> 00:38:51,455
But giving you a choice
means you gotta make one.
868
00:38:51,489 --> 00:38:53,090
So relax.
869
00:38:53,124 --> 00:38:55,392
Hear what the guy has to say.
870
00:38:55,427 --> 00:38:58,629
I mean, all you gotta do
is say yes, no, or maybe.
871
00:38:59,998 --> 00:39:00,964
Is there another option?
872
00:39:00,999 --> 00:39:03,834
(Laughs)
873
00:39:03,868 --> 00:39:05,869
(The Beatles'
"all you need is love" begins)
874
00:39:08,173 --> 00:39:13,043
Love, love, love
875
00:39:13,078 --> 00:39:17,047
love, love, love
876
00:39:17,082 --> 00:39:20,384
love, love, love
877
00:39:25,523 --> 00:39:28,392
there's nothing you can do

that can't be done


878
00:39:30,228 --> 00:39:32,896
nothing you can sing
that can't be sung
879
00:39:33,998 --> 00:39:35,466
nothing you can say
880
00:39:35,500 --> 00:39:37,968
but you can learn
how to play the game
881
00:39:38,002 --> 00:39:39,536
it's easy
882
00:39:42,407 --> 00:39:45,409
nothing you can make
that can't be made
883
00:39:46,811 --> 00:39:50,514
no one you can save
that can't be saved
884
00:39:50,548 --> 00:39:51,949
nothing you can do
885
00:39:51,983 --> 00:39:54,351
but you can learn
how to be you in time
886
00:39:54,386 --> 00:39:56,353
it's easy
887
00:39:59,324 --> 00:40:01,458
all you need is love
888
00:40:03,561 --> 00:40:06,764
all you need is love
889
00:40:08,466 --> 00:40:12,569
all you need is love, love
890
00:40:12,604 --> 00:40:14,104
love is all you need
891

00:40:15,974 --> 00:40:18,942


nothing you can know
that isn't known
892
00:40:20,211 --> 00:40:24,348
nothing you can see that isn't
shown
893
00:40:24,382 --> 00:40:25,816
there's nowhere you can be
894
00:40:25,850 --> 00:40:28,585
that isn't where
you're meant to be
895
00:40:28,620 --> 00:40:30,621
it's easy
896
00:40:33,058 --> 00:40:34,758
all you need is love
897
00:40:37,295 --> 00:40:39,697
all you need is love
898
00:40:41,433 --> 00:40:45,269
all you need is love, love
899
00:40:45,303 --> 00:40:47,938
love is all you need
900
00:40:47,972 --> 00:40:49,873
<i>love is all you need</i>
901
00:40:49,908 --> 00:40:52,576
all you need is love
902
00:40:52,610 --> 00:40:54,712
<i>love</i>
903
00:40:54,746 --> 00:40:57,281
all you need is love
904
00:40:57,315 --> 00:40:59,283
<i>love</i>
905
00:40:59,317 --> 00:41:03,487

all you need is love, love


906
00:41:03,521 --> 00:41:05,122
love is all you need
907
00:41:05,156 --> 00:41:06,857
<i>love is all you need</i>
908
00:41:06,891 --> 00:41:08,492
love is all you need
<i>love is all you need</i>
909
00:41:08,526 --> 00:41:09,593
love is all you need
910
00:41:09,627 --> 00:41:10,594
<i>love is all you need</i>
911
00:41:10,628 --> 00:41:11,795
love is all you need
912
00:41:11,830 --> 00:41:12,796
<i>love is all you need</i>
913
00:41:12,831 --> 00:41:14,264
love is all you need
914
00:41:14,299 --> 00:41:15,332
<i>love is all you need</i>
915
00:41:15,367 --> 00:41:19,503
he loves you,
yeah, yeah, yeah
916
00:41:19,537 --> 00:41:24,608
<i>love is all you need</i>
he
loves you, yeah, yeah, yeah
917
00:41:24,643 --> 00:41:26,810
<i>love is all you need</i>
he loves you, yeah
918
00:41:26,845 --> 00:41:31,782
yeah, yeah.
919

00:41:31,816 --> 00:41:34,685


(Cheering)
920
00:41:39,024 --> 00:41:40,524
We met right here.
921
00:41:40,558 --> 00:41:42,092
I took this man's hand,
922
00:41:42,127 --> 00:41:43,367
and we ran down that hallway...
923
00:41:43,395 --> 00:41:44,828
And for those of you
that know me,
924
00:41:44,863 --> 00:41:46,330
know I'm not in the habit
of taking people's hands
925
00:41:46,364 --> 00:41:47,665
I've never met before, but...
926
00:41:47,699 --> 00:41:48,799
I think that
927
00:41:48,833 --> 00:41:51,201
my soul knew something
928
00:41:51,236 --> 00:41:55,339
that my body and my mind
didn't know yet.
929
00:41:57,075 --> 00:41:59,243
It knew that our hands
930
00:41:59,277 --> 00:42:00,811
were meant to hold each other,
931
00:42:00,845 --> 00:42:02,313
fearlessly
932
00:42:02,347 --> 00:42:03,714
and forever.
933
00:42:03,748 --> 00:42:06,850

Which is why
it's never really felt like
934
00:42:06,885 --> 00:42:08,652
I've been getting to know you;
935
00:42:08,687 --> 00:42:11,255
it's always felt like I was
remembering you from something.
936
00:42:11,289 --> 00:42:13,290
As if in every lifetime
937
00:42:13,324 --> 00:42:14,625
that you and I have ever lived,
938
00:42:14,659 --> 00:42:15,893
we have chosen to come back
939
00:42:15,927 --> 00:42:17,561
and find each other
940
00:42:17,595 --> 00:42:19,663
and fall in love all over again,
941
00:42:19,698 --> 00:42:22,700
over and over for all eternity.
942
00:42:24,135 --> 00:42:26,003
And I just feel so lucky
943
00:42:26,037 --> 00:42:28,005
that I found you
so soon in this lifetime,
944
00:42:28,039 --> 00:42:30,541
because all I want to do,
945
00:42:30,575 --> 00:42:33,544
all-all I've ever
wanted to do...
946
00:42:33,578 --> 00:42:35,679
Is spend my life loving you.
947
00:42:37,782 --> 00:42:40,751

So...
948
00:42:40,785 --> 00:42:43,320
Kurt Hummel...
949
00:42:43,355 --> 00:42:44,655
My amazing friend,
950
00:42:44,689 --> 00:42:47,091
my one true love...
951
00:42:50,095 --> 00:42:52,096
...will you marry me?
952
00:42:56,501 --> 00:42:58,435
Yeah. Yeah.
953
00:42:58,470 --> 00:42:59,937
(Cheering)
954
00:42:59,971 --> 00:43:01,972

955
00:43:05,310 --> 00:43:06,877
Beautiful.
956
00:43:10,882 --> 00:43:12,049
(Laughs)