Now Bryan, bitter from not becoming the star he set out to be, is out to spread the word that “Show Choir Kills.” He meets with the wide-eyed hopefuls that are New Directions and asks them to take out a piece of paper and write their dreams on it. He promptly, and not-so-metaphorically, tosses them in the trash.
It was hard to figure out who sounded more like a rock star during their duet of Aerosmith’s “Dream On,” but Will wound up getting the part. That didn’t sit well with Bryan (who fired off a few Sue Sylvester-esque zingers at Will, such as “I’ve grown weary of your insults Will, they sting and they make me want to punch you in the face”) and he threatened to not only cut the glee club’s funding, but the Cheerios as well. Will sacrificed his role in the play to ensure that didn’t happen, while Sue, well, let’s just say she and Bryan negotiated.
What did you think of last night’s episode, Gleeks? Do you think Artie and Tina are the show’s best couple? How long until Rachel figures out Jesse has been lying to her or that Shelby is her mother? Which duet was your favorite? Let us know!