Its fall and that means back to school for the students and faculty at McKinley High. The New Directions clan returns after a devastating loss at Nationals, so Mr. Schuester assigns a project to get them back on track. Meanwhile, Sue Sylvester starts her congressional campaign. Written by
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The portrayal of Sugar Motta is considered highly offensive in the autistic community, due to the fact that the character not only describes herself as "self-diagnosed Asperger's", but also due to the fact that the character plays into prejudiced stereotypes of Autism. Many believed that the show crossed a line with the character, especially considering the show's history of being progressive issues, such as LGBT rights. See more
Santana tells Quinn that they could win 2 national championships. They should already have 2 being seniors, freshman and sophomore years, since the show starts out their sophomore year and at that point Sue took her 5th consecutive national championship. See more
[to Santana & Brittany
You guys are such suckers for going back to Sue Sylvester.
Come on, screw her. This is for us. We can win two National championships this year. We joined Cheerios together, we joined Glee club together, we all slept with Puckerman the same year. We're like besties for life.
Yeah, come on, Quinn. We used to be the Three Musketeers. Now Santana and I are like Almond Joy and you're like a Jolly Rancher that fell in the ashtray.
Anything Goes / Anything You Can Do
Written by Cole Porter
and Irving Berlin
Performed by Lindsay Pearce See more