Coach Sylvester's plot to tear apart the glee club from the inside on this week's "Glee" lead to two amazing things: a fast-moving plot and an inspired episode-long tribute to Fleetwood Mac's classic Rumours. And also, we met the show's newest breakout star, Brittany's enormous cat, Mr. Tubbington. Sing along to celebrate his debut:
Fondue for two,
Starting Rumours with a "u."
Brittany spills that Naya's thrilled
When a lady wants to screw.
Enter Coach Sue
Spreading all sorts of lies and myths.
Channeling Fox News
Rumors taken as truth.
Is Sam a cheat? Is Schue a theater geek on the move
With a revue
About what it's like to be a Chenoweth?
Oh "Glee," it's great to see your quality come back
The tone you aced, and so well paced, and the awesome Fleetwood Mac.
At first I said, "Where's Blaine?" but I was so damn entertained
By the latest "Glee" star: a giant cat.
Meow, meow, meow, meow, meow ...
"Bartie" are through.
He called her stupid.
"Never Going Back Again" joined by a guitar playin' Jew,
Good ol' Noah Puckerman.
Stakeouts for two.
Are Finn and Rachel back together?
Quinn thinks it's true.
She's in a mood.
Here we go again.
Sam's in a motel with his siblings and pop
He had to sell his gee-tar to a sleazy pawn shop.
Finn and Rachel help the jock.
He's into riot grrrrl punk rock?! [B-roll of the "Bikini Kill" sticker on Sam's guitar case]
Sam's poor now, so his hair looks like a mop.
But oh, "Glee," it worries me that you're adding little kids
It's a tell-tale sign that an aging show's about to hit the skids.
Like a day-old croissant, brats are a big ol' DO NOT WANT.
But fat cats are cool, so show more of him.
Meow, meow, meow, meow, meow.