" And I want at least one Russian, just so I can shoehorn an "if he dies, he dies" reference into this recap. There better be montages, big, old-school training montages. I want Rachel hitting the ribs in the meat locker, Finn climbing a mountain and chopping wood while Darren Criss hooks himself up to a space-age treadmill, and someone, anyone, yelling "women weaken legs!Puck remains trapped amidst the waste for a day until he's broken out by a student named Lauren (I think she was the human snot cannon from the Gwyneth episode, not sure, though).
From then on, Rachel's a self-absorbed mess for approximately zero reason: the supposed rationale is that if she can't have the limelight OR her boyfriend's virginity, no one can.
The rest of the Gleeks, meanwhile, are becoming slowly more demoralized by the minute, since Rachel is, for better or worse, a leader on the team, and her crappy demeanor is becoming infectious to her teammates.
Attitude reflect leadership Here's a fun aside: at this point in the episode, there has been no singing whatsoever, which brings me to a rant (shocker, I know): This show is starting to suffer in a big way from making the music secondary to the plot.
-With an open spot left amongst the Gleeks, Schuester designates Puck as the "Glee ambassador" since he is the most well-recognized kid on the team.
Puck tries to recruit the jocks (including Karofsky) in some convoluted Springsteen analogy (SCORE), but ends up trapped in an overturned Port-a-John.