The Glee club is finally coming to an end and the members of New Directions say their farewells to Mr. Schuster. Rachel and Santana get to the core of their quarrels and sing it out in traditional Glee style.
Sam and Mercedes cross difficult hurdles in the road to love. Rachel's "mid-winter critique" performance leads her to a crossroads where she has to choose between NYADA and her role as Fanny. Kurt is attacked by a group of homophobes.
Nervous for opening night, Rachel is willing to do anything to succeed. When she finds out that Jacob Ben Isreal is writing a review of the show for the New Yorker, her director pressures her to do whatever it takes for a good review.
Reaching for the stars, when Rachel lands an audition to act in a TV show, Funny Girl takes a back seat, but it's not without some serious consequences; Meanwhile Kurt and Blaine perform for a celebrity with an eye for talent.
As Rachel faces criticism for being a slacker, Santana makes sure her public image doesn't degrade. Kurt feels that his friends don't support him as much as he does them and Sam adopts a dog but has Mercedes to deal with.
Rachel meets a famous television writer, whose eccentric personality catches Rachel off guard. Meanwhile, Sam and Mercedes deal with the pressure of commitment as their careers take off, and the time has finally come for Blaine's big showcase with June Dolloway at NYADA. Musical performances include "Shakin' My Head", "All Of Me", "Girls On Film", "Glitter In The Air", "No Time At All ", "American Boy", and "Pompeii'.