Oh yes, Will Schuester and Emma Pillsbury "could have danced all night," or even serenaded each other with "The Thong Song," and we would have been happy. There was also the quirky glimpse into Noah Puckerman's family TV ritual, Rachel Berry's mature understanding of her and Puck's relationship and the up and down fortunes of the hallway Big Quench wars to enjoy.
But Sue Sylvester's antics this episode proved overwhelming, from her "Sue's Corner" advocacy of human-to-dog nuptials to her Battleship date with anchorman Rod and then her fabulous entrance in a zoot suit. However, the sight of an in-love, giddy Sue dancing free and wild with Will topped everything. Now there was a mash-up to behold! Could there possibly be more glee under Sue's steely surface than glum? Yeah, no. But it was fun while it lasted! --Cynthia Wang