The Glee Club gets some news that's sure to rattle a few nerves. Meanwhile, Quinn connects with her "funky" side with a little help from Mercedes, and Will gets revenge on Sue. Musical performances include "Another One Bites the Dust", "Tell Me Something Good", "Loser", "It's A Man's Man's World", "Good Vibrations" and "Give Up The Funk". Written by
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Among all the cheer-leading awards shown in Sue's house, there are also bowling, tennis, basketball, baseball and running awards. See more
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[defending Puck and Finn
It's a harmless prank.
That's what they said about a young man in Chicago in 1871, who thought he'd play a harmless prank on a dairy cow of one Mrs. O'Leary. He successfully ignited its flatulence and the city burned, William. That young terrorist went on to become the first gay president of the United States, Abraham Lincoln.
Give Up the Funk (Tear the Roof Off the Sucker)
Written by Jerome Brailey
, George Clinton
, and Bootsy Collins
Performed by Amber Riley
and Glee cast See more