Scene 1b: Sue shouts out a command. “Let’s take it from the top. Five, six, seven, eight!” Love the snazzy white disco suits, Schue and Puck (Mark Salling). But wait a second... Isn’t the disco episode not supposed to be air until the week after this?
Scene 1c: Amusement park alert! Awesome roller coaster, Finn (Cory Monteith) and Kurt (Chris Colfer). What we wouldn’t do to be able to ride along with you! Senior Skip Day looks epic.
Scene 1d: Artie (Kevin McHale) singing in his wheelchair. Wonder who he could be singing to?
Scene 1d: Now Blaine’s on stage. His older brother, Cooper (Matt Bomer), appears on a flurry of TV screens behind him. Could this be the big Duran Duran mashup we’ve been hearing so much about?
Scene 2c: Blaine’s on stage. Oh, right. He is. Thank goodness. Not everybody will be moving on from McKinley just yet.
Scene 2d: Last bombshells. Sue: “Please don’t ask me which celebrity is the father of my baby.” 1) She’s being sarcastic, right? 2) If not, please say it’s Boreanaz. Please? We’d just about die with excitement.
Scene 2e: Last goodbyes. Santana’s (Naya Rivera) graduating... And so’s Brittany (Heather Morris). What will life be like for our dear Brittana after high school? Now Finn and Rachel are standing in the hall. Finn eyes her nervously. “You ever thought about California?” Rachel looks shocked.
No, Finn. We don’t think she’s ever thought about California. Rachel has her heart set on New York Academy of the Drama Arts. New York is not anywhere near California. But why is he asking anyway? Could Finn have dreams of becoming a big Hollywood movie star... or is there another sort of surprise opportunity pulling him towards the east coast.
Scene 3a: Disco time! “It’s eight episodes in a row of Gleeks and guest stars.” Look, we love that absolutely everyone seems to be wearing the signature white John Travolta suit from Saturday Night Fever. But they do recognize the disco episode comes the following week, right?
Now Mercedes is dancing. Kurt clasps his hands over his mouth, totally surprised. Now we’re back in the McKinley hallway and OMGMATTBOMER.
Scene 3b: Guest star Matt Bomer. Blaine’s older bro is finally here! We’ve only been waiting for this moment for, well... ever. Gosh, he’s awesome. Big, enthusiastic smile. Snazzy black leather jacket. Looks like the Other Anderson might end up being almost as cool as his little bro. Almost.
Scene 3c: Now it’s time for... Acting lessons from Cooper, the big Hollywood movie star! “Turn into a pose.” Cock head. Raise eyebrow. The glee club certainly looks impressed with it all. Well, except for Blaine. He’s crossing his arms and pouting. Little bro does not approve of Cooper’s shenanigans.
Now, sitting in the choir room — Q looks completely fine. Didn’t she just get rammed into by a truck? How much time has passed, anyway? [Spoiler warning: Sure, she looks totally normal sitting down in the choir room like that. That might not be the full picture. Don’t assume that a full recovery is guaranteed.]
Scene 3d: Back to Cooper’s cheesy-but-impressive acting lessons. “Again.” Big smile. Finger guns. Mike (Harry Shum Jr.) appears to be impressed. “One more time.” Slow-mo pose. Hold for a second. Relax and wait for adoring applause. Gosh, being a movie star sounds so difficult.
Scene 4a: And... end. Grad caps fly. We’ve reached the end, folks. “Glee. All-new. Tuesday, April 10 on Fox.”