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Credit: Frank Micelotta/FOX ©2011 Fox Broadcasting Co. Photo: Santana Sings in Glee Season 3, Episode 6: “Mash Off”

Glee's “The First Time” may have been a doozy but the drama at McKinley High only gets juicier this week and we just had to share the buzz. Here are some details about the Santana (Naya Rivera) coming out storyline and more from Episode 6, “Mash Off.”

Quinn joins The Troubletones?

Credit: Danielle Levitt/FOX ©2011 Fox Broadcasting Co. Photo: Dianna Agron as Quinn Fabray in Glee Season 3

First, in non-lesbian news, Quinn (Dianna Agron) grows frustrated that her plan to have Shelby (Idina Menzel) declared an unfit mother to Baby Beth fails and decides to defect to The Troubletones to keep her enemy close. But before Quinn can stir up more dramz, Puck (Mark Salling) rats her out to Shelby (and by "rats her out," we mean he has a complete meltdown about it and CRIES).Shelby ultimately denies Quinn a spot on her rival glee club and the two get into a major blow out, with Quinn vowing to get Beth back by any means necessary. Um, we'll pretend like this is remotely plausible in the real world of adoption and just move on, okay?

Luckily, Shelby has a more positive encounter with her biological daughter, Rachel (Lea Michele), when she asks her help in getting into that art school in New York.

We already know who wins Senior Class President, but we also learned that Rachel's guilt over running against Kurt (Chris Colfer) will lead her to withdraw from the race during the campaign speeches. But he faces a bigger threat in Brittany (Heather Morris) and her campaign promise to bring Topless Tuesdays to McKinley High. Say what?! 

Santana gets outed by...

Credit: Danielle Levitt/FOX ©2011 Fox Broadcasting Co. Photo: Naya Rivera as Santana Lopez in Glee Season 3

Of course, we also heard of a massive fight between Finn (Cory Monteith) and Santana, and, as it turns out, it runs a bit deeper than just her rivalry with his new protege, Rory (Damian McGinty). To cope with her anger over Mercedes (Amber Riley) being voted head of The Troubletones instead of her, Santana starts talking massive amounts of trash against Finn, and in the heat of the moment, he tells Santana to come out of the closet already so she can stop making everyone as miserable as she is. Le burn!

Unfortch, someone involved in the Congressional race overhears this, and uses it against Sue (Jane Lynch), starting a smear campaign called "Sue Supports Lesbians!" They reveal that she has a lesbian as her head cheerleader (with actual photos of Santana!) and insinuate that she may, in fact, herself be a lesbian. Um, again, we'll pretend like it's legal to use photos of a minor without consent as part of a political campaign, and point out that this obviously means Santana is completely devastated.

In the final mash off performance between The Troubletones and the New Directions, Santana barely scrapes by without breaking down, but gets it together long enough to serve up a big slap to Finn in front of the whole school. Ouch!

Looks like Naya’s about to have quite the acting moment that we’d be crazy to miss.

Catch Glee’s "Mash Off” on Tuesday, November 15, 8/7c.

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