Sam has a twin named Evan? Rachel is the new Barbra Streisand and she spoke with Finn? Puck is in college and actually wants to study more than Finn? Will and Finn are BFF's now? And Coach Roz is making students take blood oaths and swear their loyalty to her? Sounds weird and a little confusing? Don't worry, we here at Cambio will explain all the chaos that is Glee's "Sweet Dreams" episode.
Dealing With the Fall Out of Last Week: In the wake of last week's powerful and dramatic Glee, the students at McKinley High are still reeling from the traumatic experience. Oh boy, Sam (Chord Overstreet) is coping by developing an alter ego called Evan (aka Sam's twin). How is it that Evan is cuter than Sam...maybe it is just the accent. What's up with Tina (Jenna Ushkowitz) in this sub-culture movement known as steam punk? Love the fashions, girlfriend. But back to the business of regionals: Will (Matthew Morrison) introduces his plan for the competition, but Blaine (Darren Criss) revolts and plans a mutiny of his own, using Marley's original songs.
The Ahh Story Line For the Week: Meanwhile, Rachel (Lea Michele) is in New York reaching for the stars by auditioning for the role of Fanny Brice in a revival of Funny Girl. This is Rachel's dream of all dreams to play the same role as her idol, Barbra Streisand. She's even got a stage mom who is her biological mom Shelby Corcoran (Idina Menzel). As moms like to say, "Don't copy," and that's her advice for Rachel. "Don't be Barbara's Fanny, but make it your own." You'd think singing Emeli Sande's "Next To Me" with her mom would give Rachel confidence, but the real burst of it comes from a phone call from Finn (Cory Monteith). She needed to hear, "You are one of the most unique talents in the world," as he convinces her to get personal with her audition. Anyone smelling reconciliation? In the end, Rachel decides to sing "Don't Stop Believing" for her audition, while remembering her fellow Glee gang's rendition. It's that feeling of being surrounded by them which turns into Rachel getting a call back for the role.
Bromance(s) Alert for the Week: Finn's now at college quickly discovering his new roommate is none other than the party hound Puck (Mark Salling). The two enjoy some crazy parties before Will drops in to convince Finn to come back and help with glee club. Finn would rather live it up with Puck, rocking out to the Beastie Boys' "Fight For Your Right To Party" before Puck calls a reality check on him. Puck knocks Finn 'upside the head,' telling him to prove all his doubters wrong. You guessed it...Finn and Will make amends and it's back to the glee club as partners.
The Big Question of the Night and Maybe for Next Week: Will the McKinley High clan ever learn the truth about Sue Sylvester (Jane Lynch)? Will Sue be back? While Roz (NeNe Leakes) is coaching the Cheerios she makes Becky (Lauren Potter) and Blaine take blood oaths to swear their loyalty to her. Does Blaine have some super sleuth in him feeling that Becky knows more about what really happened with the shooting and Sue?