Top 10 Moments From the 'Glee' Season 5 Premiere!

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Glee returns for its fifth season and the Mckinley High kids are getting ready for nationals by covering some of the Beatles' biggest hits. The episode also has Sue Sylvester returning to Mckinley High, while Blaine is planning something big for Kurt. How would Glee return for Season 5 after the tragic death of Cory Monteith? It was the question on most fans' minds since the summer. The show returned last week on a fittingly sad and somber note, with Lea Michele singing The Beatles' hit "Yesterday." Here are our Top 10 moments from the much-anticipated season premiere:

10. Rachel's rendition of "Yesterday"
In the wake of her dreams of starring in Funny Girl being dashed, Rachel sings a somber rendition of "Yesterday" walking around New York's Central Park. As she looks at pictures of her friends from McKinley High on her phone, you know she misses their support during her tough time.

9. Mr. Schuester's plan for Nationals
At McKinley High, Will Schuester (Matthew Morrison) has a plan for Nationals. He wants to see New Directions tackle a two-part tribute to The Beatles. He notes that the first part will focus on group's early years. True to form, Kitty (Becca Tobin) chimes in and questions if anyone even knows who The Beatles are, but Blaine (Darren Criss) quickly informs her "the world." After Glee practice, we see Kitty and Artie (Kevin McHale) enjoying some alone time as Artie thanks her for her help with him getting into the Brooklyn Academy. He invites her out and the two hit up a carnival as they sing "Drive My Car." But their public affection is short-lived when Kitty is called out by a fellow cheerleader, Brie. Not wanting to risk her status or reputation, Kitty convinces Artie to keep their love affair secret like a "secretively gay conservative." Check out Glee's version of "Drive My Car"

8. Santana and Rachel work hard for the money
Meanwhile back in New York, Santana (Naya Rivera) has gotten Rachel a job at the famous Spotlight diner near Broadway. Santana reminds Rachel that she has to pay her dues. Rachel confides in Santana about her audition when she notices the producer and the star of Funny Girl have sat down to eat at the diner. In a truly awkward moment, Rachel takes matters into her own hands as she takes the men's orders. She shows them she is a star by singing The Beatles' "A Hard Day's Night." Check out Glee's version of "A Hard Day's Night"

7. Klaine's heartfelt reunion
Now to answer the question, what is the deal with Klaine? Simply put, after some interrogation about his past indiscretions by Kurt (Chris Colfer), Blaine confesses that he will "never, ever cheat" on him again. The two reunite on the bleachers as they sing The Beatles' song, "Got to Get You Into My Life." Check out Glee's version of "Got to Get You Into My Life"

6. The rein of Sue Sylvester
Back at McKinley High, the rein of Sue Sylvester (Jane Lynch) has started. After Becky confessed to the gun shooting, Sue decides to return to McKinley High, but only as principal. She plants incriminating evidence on Principal Figgins, who is removed from his job and reduced to a janitor. Fearing they will lose their jobs, Mr. Schuester and Coach Roz (NeNe Leakes) face Sue. She does not necessarily plan to fire them, but rather gives them an ultimatum. If the Cheerios and New Directions are not winners at Nationals, both Roz and Schuester are out of a job.

5. Blaine's big plan
Meanwhile, Artie and Kitty sneak away and sing The Beatles' "You've Got to Hide Your Love Away." It is clear that their secret love is blossoming as they share a smooch. But speaking of not so secret love, Blaine announces to the glee club his intention to propose to Kurt. He asks for everyone's help with this proposal, even New Directions' rivals, The Warblers and Vocal Adrenaline as he sings the classic "Help." Check out Glee's version of "Help"

4. Artie and Kitty go public
Later as New Directions is practicing, Tina (Jenna Ushkowitz) calls Kitty out about her and Artie's love affair. Tina is shocked that Kitty is so embarrassed to be dating Artie. Kitty eventually comes clean and admits that Artie has "wheeled into her heart." In front of everyone, she apologizes to him saying she's ready to make their relationship public as she seals the deal with a kiss.

3. Tina gets a prom date
Noting Tina's "too young to be bitter" attitude, Blaine and the other glee boys devise a plan to break her out of her funk as well as a really cute way to ask her to the prom. The boys dawn Beatles inspired attire and musical instruments as they take the stage to recreate The Beatles debut on The Ed Sullivan Show, complete with screaming female fans. After the boys sing "I Saw Her Standing There," they offer themselves as dates to Tina. She picks Sam (Chord Overstreet) for her prom date. Can somebody say "couple alert!"? Check out Glee's version of "I Saw Her Standing There"

2. Kurt and his dad talk about commitment
In the wrap up of part one of this two-part premiere, both Kurt and his dad know about Blaine's 'not so secret' planned proposal. Kurt tells his dad that he doesn't know if he is ready for such a big commitment. After their heart-to-heart, Kurt enters the place where he and Blaine met for the first time. Cue the wedding proposal with The Beatles' hit (in the video above) "All You Need Is Love."

1. Is it an "I do" or an "I don't"?
In a spectacular parade of song and dance, Santana, Rachel and Mercedes (Amber Riley) accompanied by all the rival glee groups, unite to make this a special day for Klaine. The song ends with a mash up of "He Loves You" over "All You Need Is Love" with Blaine declaring his love for Kurt. Blaine says he wants to "spend my life loving you" as he asks Kurt to marry him. Kurt simply replies tearfully "yes!"

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