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Glee’s 100th episode shaped up to be so big, the show had to split it into two parts. We’ve already given you our spoiler roundup for Season 5, Episode 12: “100,” and now it’s on to part two! Glee Season 5 Episode 13 is titled, “New Directions.”

Like many Glee episode titles, the name has double meaning. This is the episode when Sue Sylvester finally succeeds in ending the New Directions. Glee club is disbanded, meaning that the characters... and the entire show... will be heading in very new directions. (And in case you need a hint, that direction is straight towards NYC.)

After this episode, Glee will be permanently relocating to New York City for the rest of Season 5. We’ll take a moment and let that sink in.

But before we say goodbye to the midwest for good, there’s a whole episode of goodbyes to be had. Here’s the spoilers we’ve been able to uncover so far.

Synopsis of Glee’s 100th Episode: Now Two Parts! Season 4, Ep. 12 and 13

Glee club is gone for good. Bye bye, Ohio. Hello, NYC!

Credit: John Lock on Instagram Photo: The Auditorium Decorated for Graduation in Glee Season 5 Episode 13: “New Directions”

Glee Spoilers: First Look at Graduation — Goodbye, Ohio! (PHOTOS)

The caps and gowns are on. Sam, Blaine, Tina, and Artie are leaving high school behind. Ch-ch-ch-changes!

Do Brittany and Santana Get Back Together? Naya Rivera Says...

Brittany is back, but does that mean she and Santana are reuniting?

Glee 100th Episode Spoiler Photos: Rachel, Quinn, and Blaine Go '80s

We can’t wait to see this sexy disco-inspired number!

Glee Music Spoiler: Rachel and Santana's Duet Confirmed for 100th Episode

Pezberry FTW! We love it when these two ladies team up.

Glee Music Spoiler: Kurt and Mercedes Film Dreamgirls Song

Kurtcedes, too? This episode is making all our Glee duet dreams come true!

Music

Glee Music Spoilers: 100th Episode Part 2! Rumored Song List for Season 5, Ep. 13

Dreamgirls' "I Am Changing" by Kurt and Mercedes

Bonnie Tyler's "Total Eclipse of the Heart" by Will and April Rhodes

Eddie Murphy's "Party All the Time" by Holly Holliday and New Directions

"Loser Like Me" (as a ballad) by Blaine, Sam, Artie, and Tina

Oh Honey's "Be Okay" by Rachel and Santana

Pink's "Just Give Me a Reason" by Quinn and Puck

Journey's "Don't Stop Believin'" by Rachel, Blaine, Kurt, Artie, Tina, and New Directions


Beth Douglass is an Associate Editor at Wetpaint Entertainment. She's our resident Glee expert and loves celebrity kids. Follow her on Twitter and Google+!