Plus, an original character says goodbye and Ryder meets his catfish on the May 9 season finale of ‘Glee.’
Ryder (Blake Jenner) threatens New Directions — he won’t compete in Regionals until he finds out who’s catfish-ing him. He asks everyone to take out their phones, gets a bit violent and finally, Marley (Melissa Benoist) admits she’s catfish.
Marley begs to talk to Ryder, but he’s extremely upset. Before she can get many words out, Unique (Alex Newell) asks her to stop and confesses to being the real catfish. Ryder says he’ll never speak to Unique again.
Before going on stage at Regionals, Ryder admits that he’ll be quitting the glee club after the competition.
Rachel Berry Has Her Final Callback (And Her Only Scene In The Finale)
Rachel (Lea Michele) sang “To Love You More” by Celine Dion at her final callback for Funny Girl. Tears were shed (by Rachel — are you that surprised?), but her performance ended with a simple “we’ll let you know.”
New Directions Wins Regionals — Brittany Says Goodbye
Due to bad weather, Regionals are held at McKinley High.
Joe and Sugar (Vanessa Lengies) return from obscurity, and Brittany (Heather Morris) comes back from MIT with a huge ego. She immediately demands to sing all the solos at regionals, but no one seems to be in favor of the idea. Brittany says she’s just taking Mr. Schuester’s (Matthew Morrison) advice — “it’s all or nothing.”
After getting dumped by Brittany, Sam (Chord Overstreet) reaches out to Santana (Naya Rivera) for help. Brittany makes a shocking confession to Santana and then goes to meet Sam at Regionals.
Brittany tells the group that she accepted an early admission to MIT (Well, that’s one way to hide a pregnancy). She gives a heartfelt speech, cries a bit and tells the group that the glee club made her feel “smart” and she’s “really going to miss” them all. Bram gets a goodbye hug and an “I love you.” That’s it ya’ll — Brittana is dead.
After a set list including, “Hall Of Fame” by The Script featuring will.i.am, “I Love It” by Icona Pop featuring Charli XCX and Marley’s original “All Or Nothing,” New Directions wins Regionals!
Following the exciting win, Will and Emma (Jayma Mays) get married in the choir room, in front of all of their closest friends!
Blaine Plans To Propose To Kurt
Blaine (Darren Criss) wants help from his best friend, Sam, in proposing to Kurt (Chris Colfer). Unfortunately, Sam isn’t a fan of the idea of Blaine asking Kurt to marry him.
Because Sam’s not a fan of the idea, Blaine takes his BFF Tina (Jenna Ushkowitz) to the jewelry store instead, where they look for an engagement ring. Blaine meets a nice elderly woman, Jan (Patty Duke), who tells him about her longterm relationship with her partner.
Shockingly, Sam interrupts the happy exchange of words and vows to put his beliefs aside and help his best buddy, who he claims “wants to do me.” (Nice.)
Blaine and Kurt go to Breadstix with Jan and her partner Liz (Meredith Baxter) to talk about love, relationships and marriage. In the middle of their outing, Jan asks Liz to marry her — so sweet.
Sadly, in the end, Blaine does not propose. But the episode ends with a shot of Blaine holding the ring box.
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