'Glee' Preview: It's "Lights Out" at McKinley High, and SJP Returns Tonight!

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Sarah Jessica Parker reprises her role as Isabelle Wright and enlists the help of Kurt, Santana and Rachel for a Vogue.com benefit.
This week Glee is definitely bringing down the house--or at least knocking out the power. So did the New Directions practicing for regionals cause the power to go out at McKinley High or were they just hitting some high notes? There's nothing like an "unplugged" session with Will (Matthew Morrison) and Finn (Cory Monteith) leading the students to light up the school.

The kids perform acoustic versions of such classics as Queen's "We Will Rock You" and Billy Joel's "The Longest Time." Sam (Chord Overstreet) and Ryder (Blake Jenner) also perform The Righteous Brothers' "You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling," while Ryder does a solo rendition of REM's "Everybody Hurts." Wonder why? Could he have finally discovered who cat-fished him?

Meanwhile, the older Glee stars in New York, Rachel (Lea Michele), Kurt (Chris Colfer), and Santana (Naya Rivera) are reunited with Isabelle Wright (Sarah Jessica Parker) to give her some serious help with putting on a Vogue benefit. They also sing, "At the Ballet" (from A Chorus Line) and bring a real New York look and feel to the Broadway tune.

Yeah, as you might guess, the fired Sue Sylvester (Jane Lynch) provides some excitement as she does not keep her distance from Coach Roz (Nene Leaks). Sue shows up at a Cheerios practice and churns out "Little Girls" from Annie (Jane will actually be playing Miss Hannigan in Annie on Broadway during Glee's hiatus this summer)! But will Becky finally come clean about the gun she brought to school? We can only hope that Blaine will get it out of her this week.

Want to see Sue singing "Little Girls" for yourself? Check out this video!

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