‘Glee’-Cap: ‘Funeral’ Casts A Shadow On Nationals

This week's crazy plot had us reaching for tissues.

This week was the penultimate “Glee” of the season, and we should have been all wrapped up in watching the New Directions prepare for their trip to Nationals in New York. But an out-of-left-field plot about the death of Sue’s sister made us forget about everything else. What’s up with that, Ryan Murphy?

Jonathan Groff needs to be on “Glee” all the time.
His Jesse St. James character is divine,
Makes “Glee” jump through hoops daily,
Trashes amazing singers like he’s Randy on Haley,

But today his antics have little buzz,
And that’s simply because …

Ryan Murphy killed Sue’s special-needs sister

In the midst of “Glee” ’s song and dance.
She’s the only thing that kept Sue from being sinister.
Now Sue don’t stand a chance.
Finn’s breakup with Quinn was intense,
Some damn fine acting, but, Cory, no offense.
Oh, Ryan Murphy killed Sue’s special-needs sister.

This desperate plot point has me in a trance.

No way Emma could fit in clothes Will gave away.
No way an outfit like that would appear on a kid who is gay.
And an airline giving away tickets? No way!
But no one cares ’cause at the end of the day.

Ryan Murphy killed Sue’s special-needs sister (Oh, oh)
Ryan Murphy killed Sue’s special-needs sister (Oh, oh)

Ryan Murphy killed Sue’s special-needs sister.
It’s a “Willy Wonka”-themed goodbye. (You lose! Good day, sir!)
He put her in two episodes then ultimately ditched her.
Sam looks bored, not sad, but hey, he tried!
Jesse St. James gets shot down by Schue.
I didn’t notice ’cause I was looking for tissues.
Ryan Murphy killed Sue’s special-needs sister.
He wrote off Terri at the same time.
Oh, my.