Gossip 101
Season Three, Episode Eight
First Aired October 15, 2013
Episode Guide
"Breaking the Habit"
Gossip 101 is the eighth episode of the third season of Glee: The New Years. It will be focused on gossip all around the McKinley High and New Directions, and it all goes to both The Warblers and Vocal Adrenaline. It was originally to be released on January 5, 2013; however, after its cancellation, and the revival, it will air on October 15, 2013.


When Gunner forces a suicidal attempt, Addison comes to the rescue, and it makes her believe that she may still have feelings for him. Meanwhile, more drama hits McKinley High as secrets are outed when a tabloid webshow reveals the secrets of high school, one causing Claira to break down, and one that makes Levi and Carina's friendship turn to the worse. Who is responsible for this drama?


Song Title Original Artist Performer(s)
I Don't Give A Madonna feat. Nicki Minaj Cheyenne McLarson and Carina Maraj
Rumour Has It Adele Peter Collins and Clyde Andrews with Dalton Academy Warblers and Vocal Adrenaline
False Pretense The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus Levi Lashane
Our Lips Are Sealed The Go-Go's Addison Lee and Claira Kingston
Can't Be Tamed Miley Cyrus New Directions (except Isabel AlmendarezGunner White, and Shannon Brockwood)


Season 3, Episode #8: Gossip 101:Edit

So, here's what you missed on Glee: The New Years:

Gunner got sick and tired of being treated like an outcast in New Directions, and pretty much blames Carina, Cheyenne, Levi, Chuck, and Addison for stealing his spotlight. Also dealing with his parents' homophobic ways and his night with Levi, causes him to try to take a nasty risk. Giving Levi's parents and Addison fear as he tries to kill himself as a moving train soon passes by him. Meanwhile, Chuck finally reconnects with Anna after a lengthy silent treatment. Also, Shannon breaks out of her sugary sweet side and finally shows everyone her spicy and hot side that causes New Directions to think twice about her, when bruises on her arm becomes a major worry for the girls, including Addy, Cheyenne, Claira, and Elizabeth. Levi tries to win Dougie's heart but his attempt fails, and they sing one last song showing their emotions about each other. Pretty intense. Speaking of Claira, she has difficulties deciding whether she should keep her baby and tell her parents or to get an abortion. Peter, who is against it, finds her to be selfish. Oh snap. Later on, Candace realizes that she has feelings for Colton, but since he's hanging out with Ruby a lot, it causes her to think differently about him, and Addison comes to give advice.

Well, that's what you missed on Glee!


The moving train passed Gunner so quickly until a hand pulled Gunner down to the dusty ground. Addison grabbed Gunner, "What the hell were you thinking?"

"I have nothing to live for." Gunner said wearily. Levi, Vincent and Leslie all walked to him. Vincent pulled him up, "Gunner, what were you doing?"

"You worried us sick!" Leslie said. Levi stood quiet, as Gunner struggled to stay up to reply.

"Come on, let's take you back home," Vincent said. Gunner replied back, "Home, I have no home."

Vincent and Leslie looked at each other, and looked back at Gunner, "You have a home now."

Addison stood watching Gunner get into the car, and Levi got inside the car waving at Addison, she waved back, but her eyes stood on Gunner's.

Is it right for me to believe that rescuing Gunner from that train might be a sign that I still have feelings for him? I just want to know that.

Suddenly, a person ran quickly from behind, and tried to hide as Addison turned to see what the noise was, she shrugged and walked away.


McKinley High Gossip 101!

A person with a mask on his or her's face and a voice changer flashed through the inside of a house.

"Welcome to McKinley High Gossip 101, where all of the talk at high school is dug up and brought to the world." The person said.

"So, let's talk about our very own teacher, William Schuester." The person said, making head motions as expressions. "Is it really true that he's a daddy? Coming from a cheer whore Latin mother who seems to have no common sense whatsoever."

"We have our very own Carina Maraj, you know the loser from that Searching for Stars show?" The person said. "It turns out that she's a tough little kitten, turns out that she punched a Carmel High student in the face just to impress his ex-girlfriend, Cheyenne McLarson, right? Who is she supposed to be, the next Santana Lopez? Keep dreaming."

"Lastly, we have Gunner White." The person said. "He's a cry-baby. According to sources at the school, turns out that he tried to get hit by a train just because he couldn't get his role in a play. Boo hoo hoo, huh? Not."

"Well, that's all we have for today!" The person said. "Keep gossiping!"


"I'm sorry, William, but there is nothing I can do about this." Figgins said. "I don't even know who is pulling this webshow anyway."

Mr. Schuester, frustrated from what he had saw, put his hands over his head and quickly yelled out, "But you can't just let this person continue to talk about others on a webshow. You're the principal here, you should at least try to end this. The people they were talking about were part of New Directions, and they brought up a subject that's not even important in this school."

"Of course it's important, William, if you get involved into a relationship with what they call "the cheer whore" teacher of the school." Figgins said.

"But Chanel's not even a teacher here anymore." Mr. Schuester said. A voice came from behind as Chanel replied, "Yes I am. I'm back at McKinley."

"I forgot to tell you that since I have seen much of an improvement in Chanel, I've decided to allow her to take her teaching job back as Algebra I teacher." Principal Figgins said.

Mr. Schuester turned back around to Chanel, and then back to Figgins and shook his head. "You really hate me, don't ya?"

"Of course I don't." Figgins smiled. Chanel waved at both and Figgins waved back. Mr. Schuester put his hands on his face.


Walking in the hallways, Carina, Cheyenne, and Elizabeth walked together, and Carina nodded her head, "How could that person talk about me that way? I'm not that mean, am I?"

"Yeah," Cheyenne said. "To me, you've gotten bitchier, but don't worry, you're ending up like a little me."

Carina stared at Cheyenne and said, "How the hell is that supposed to cheer me up? That's only making it worse!"

"I don't get the point in a gossip show here in McKinley anyway, we already have Donny Hart to annoy us even further. Who is even doing all of this anyway?"

"Just a weirdo in a mask with a voice changer." Carina shrugged.

"It has to be someone we know." Elizabeth said. "How could they know that you punched Clyde in the face, or the fact that tried committing suicide last night, or even the fact that Mr. Schuester might be Ms. Rayne's baby's daddy."

"I know someone is up on this." Cheyenne said. "But I won't say anything until they start talking about me, but either way I don't care what they say about me. Bitch, I'm Cheyenne McLarson." Cheyenne and Carina, then, start to bob their heads as they both walked together in the hallway, leaving Elizabeth behind, trying to follow up to them.

"I don’t give a fu-u-u-u, I don’t give a fu-u-u-u, I don’t give a fu-u-u-u, I don’t give a fu-u-u-u." They both sang.

"Wake up ex-wife, this is your life, children on your own, turning on the telephone, messengers, manager, no time for a manicure, working out, shake my ass, I know how to multi-task." Cheyenne sang.

"Connecting to the Wi-Fi, went from nerd to superb, have you seen the new guy, I forgot the password, gotta call the babysitter, tweetin’ on the elevator, I could take a helicopter, I don’t even feel the pressure."

"I’m gonna be OK, I don’t care what the people say, I’m gonna be alright, gonna live fast and I’m gonna live right." Cheyenne sang as she and Carina strutted through the hallways dancing, as everyone watched. "I’m moving fast, can you follow my track, I’m moving fast and I like it like that, I do ten things all at once and if you have a problem, I don’t give a."

"I tried to be a good girl, I tried to be your wife, diminished myself, and I swallowed my light." Cheyenne sang. "I tried to become all that you expect of me and if it was a failure, I don’t give a."

"I don’t give a fu-u-u-u, I don’t give a fu-u-u-u, I don’t give a fu-u-u-u, I don’t give a fu-u-u-u." They both sang.

"Shots fire, anything you hear Carina on: that's fire." Carina rapped. "You don't hear them bums on nothing, that's fire, tell 'em catch buyer in the Bugatti, 10 grand, one tire."

"Ayo Madonna, maybe I say you original, don dada, in that, yeah Gabbana, and the, yeah Prada, we Material Girls, ain't nobody hotter, pops collar!"

"See I really can't relate to your Volvo, and you can't get these shoes at the Aldo, when I let a dude go, that's his loss, I was cutting them checks, I was his boss!" Carina rapped. "Yo, I don't give a f-u, curse nor bless you, never let them stress you, yo, I ain't a businesswoman, I'm a business, woman! And I'm known for giving chicks the business, woman."

"I’m gonna be OK, I don’t care what the people say, I’m gonna be alright, gonna live fast and I’m gonna live right." Cheyenne sang as she and Carina strutted through the hallways dancing, as everyone watched. "I’m moving fast, can you follow my track, I’m moving fast and I like it like that, I do ten things all at once and if you have a problem, I don’t give a."


"I'm not going back to school." Gunner said, sitting down with Leslie and Vincent in Levi's livingroom. He shook his head, "I just can't do it."

Leslie sighed as she moved closer to Gunner, "Gunner, sweetheart, it's been a whole week since you've refused to go to school, you haven't been eating, you haven't been talking, I understand what happened last Friday night is getting to you, but you have to find a way to move on."

"How can I, Mrs. Lashane?" Gunner said, looking up in dismay. "If I go to school, I'll be known as the guy who tried to kill himself. I don't want to go there and be that person."

"Then, you'll have to prove to them that you aren't that person." Vincent said, patting Gunner's back slowly and softly. "You are good guy, you just don't know that. Your parents treated you horribly, and that's why I'm glad that you're staying with us, buddy."

Gunner gave a half smile, as Leslie and Vincent consoled him. "Will you just promise to be brave and go to school tomorrow?"

Gunner nodded his head lightly and smiled, "Yeah, yeah, I'll go."


"This crap has to stop." Addison said. She couldn't help but rant about the gossip talk floating around McKinley while in the choir room with everyone else.

"I agree," Carina said in disbelief. "Or else I may have to slap somebody."

"Maybe you guys are right, it does need to stop." Mr. Schuester said as he walked closer to everyone else, his shoes clicking the floor.

"But maybe this is a way to try to break us down and we don't need that atmosphere. 2 weeks until Chicago, 3 weeks of Sectionals,"

"It's just someone we don't know is going in our business, and we don't even know who, even the fact that Gunner tried to hurt himself the other night, yeah, that's a big deal." Levi said.

"Guys, this is just a way to break us apart, a way to push people out of their comfort zone, whoever is doing this just likely wants attention," Chuck said.

Levi turned around to him, "It could likely be you, hell, you're the center of attention this year."

"That's not true," Chuck replied, "Besides, you're the one that wants to change your look and all for attention, I have a reputation to manage."

"At least my main goal isn't to graduate at the age of 19," Levi said rudely, Carina rolled her eyes and Chuck felt completely offended.

"All right, that's enough," Mr. Schuester yelled out. "We shouldn't be in this choir room accusing each other of this situation, we're better than that."

"It could be anybody, it could even be some spy from Vocal Adrenaline," Shannon said.

"Probably and obviously the Karin Stefano girl?" Elizabeth said, crossing her arms, and glancing at Addison.

Addison turned to see everyone stare at her, "Why are you all looking at me?"

"Maybe we should just all calm down and think this through, and leave it alone," Claira said. "It'll probably go away eventually."

"Well said, Claira," Mr. Schuester said. "And even though some of you may be talked about, realize that Glee Club is always here, we accept one another and there's nothing that can change that."

Everyone in the room agreed, nodding their head, and Cheyenne sighed, and suddenly, she began to look as Isabel looked away, and raised an eyebrow suspiciously.


The bell had rang and Dougie had closed his locker to dismiss herself from the school. He sighed while catching up to Carina.

"Mama Morton," Dougie wrapped his arm around her, and she smiled, feeling his warmth around her shoulders.

"Hey you." Carina grinned.

"So, I was wondering, I know you have a lot of stress, and I was hoping to help you get rid of it, movie night? You and I?" Dougie had asked, and Carina nodded her head.

"You definitely don't understand how much I'd want that," Carina said. "After all that's been going on today, I've just been feeling like grabbing someone's hair."

Dougie chuckled, "Any rumor or lie people make about you, I know I wouldn't believe,"

"Oh, Carina Maraj sucks, and that's why she lost Searching for Stars," Carina rolled her eyes, "For your information, Simon Cowell believed in me, and he even said I would get a record deal as soon as I head back to L.A. for college,"

"You sure you'd be ready for that?" Dougie said. "Being a superstar can give a lot of stress,"

"I guess you're right, but being a star, to me, is just being yourself, being proud of who you are, and no gossiping bitches will ever try to take me down." Carina crossed her arms.

"Oh Carina Maraj, you're awesome." Dougie kissed Carina on the lips briefly, and they both walked out together as they left the school grounds.


Claira confidently walked into Dalton Academy's school building, and she headed to the room where the Warblers had performed. She could hear the sounds of the piano playing from afar, Peter was the only person inside.

Claira had knocked on the door and made her way inside. Peter slowly turned around to see her walk inside, but he quickly turned away.

"Can I help you?" Peter said.

"Can we talk, Peter, I think that I have a lot to explain," Claira said remorsefully, she sighed and looked down as she took a seat across from him.

Peter stopped playing on the piano, and turned around face-to-face with her, and their eyes meeting quickly.

"Look, Peter, I think I need to say that I really apologize for what happened the other day, I should have never confronted you like that. I'm just frustrated, confused, worried, scared, I don't know how to manage."

"I let it go, maybe you can do the same." Peter shrugged. "Look, Claira, I'm just trying to be the best person I can be, if I have to be a father, I will. And I'd do anything to work things out with you."

"I could try to cope with that, but I don't know. I'm torn," Claira said.

"Torn between?"

"The fact that I really don't think I can manage having a baby, and working things out with you is even more hard, especially if I still am into Alex."

"Question. When was the last time this Alex chick ever call you?" Peter had began to ask.

"Um, this week." Claira made up, she tried to pretend that she was still in love with Alex just to prove Peter wrong, but Peter could see it in her eyes, she could see the guilt inside of her.

He shook his head, "There's no need to lie about it. Let me guess, after she found out you were pregnant, she dumped you and left you alone."

"You don't know me as you think you do." Claira shrugged, taking a deep breath and changing her posture.

"I know you're just completely resisting to admit that you have a thing for me, and it's undeniable." Peter winked at Claira, who rolled her eyes and scoffed.

"You're crazy if you believe that," Claira said. "What we had 2.5 years ago, it was cool, but note that I wasn't even into you, nor will I ever be."

Peter chuckled, "I can see it in your eyes, Claira, it's just obvious and you aren't willing to admit it, but I won't pressure you, I don't care about that, I just want to help you through this situation and if that isn't good enough, you can just push me out of your equation."

Claira looked down, completely refusing to glance at Peter, and he looked at her, until the Warblers suddenly walked inside greeting Peter.

"What's up, Peter? It's game time." A warbler had yelled out, and Peter looked up and smiled.

"Now if you'll excuse me, I have rehearsals to take care of," Peter said, smiling as he stood up. Claira, without hesitation, stood up and walked out.

"Gladly," Claira replied.

Peter watched as she walked away, feeling concerned, and walked to the Warblers. As she walked outside, Claira heard the sound of her ringtone, when she pulled out her phone, Claira recieved a text from Cheyenne.

I'm off to Carmel High, if you need anything, let me know, bestie. :)

Claira chuckled, and made an attempt to text her back. Back in the Warblers' room, they began to prepare to rehearse for a likely performance for Sectionals.

"All right, guys, let's take it from the top." Peter said. He began to countdown. "5, 6, 7, 8!"

The Warblers had began harmonizing in a capella, and in the background, the boys all sang, "Oooh, oooh, oooh, oooh,"

"She, she ain't real, she ain't gon' be able to love you like I will, she is a stranger, you and I have history or don't you remember?" Peter sang.

Claira had began to overhear the performance thus far after replying her text to Cheyenne, she slowly pranced backwards to the door, watching Peter and the Warblers perform.

"Sure, she's got it all but baby is that really what you want?"

Peter had looked at Claira, and she looked back, assuming that the performance was about her.

At Carmel High, Vocal Adrenaline performed the same song in their auditorium, where Clyde took the lead of the song, and singing, "Bless your soul, you got your head in the clouds, she made a fool out of you and, boy, she's bringing you down, she made your heart melt but you're cold to the core, now rumour has it, she ain't got your love anymore."

"Rumour has it, rumour," Vocal Adrenaline sang.

"Rumour has it, rumour," The Warblers sang.

"Rumour has it, rumour," Vocal Adrenaline sang.

"Rumour has it, rumour," The Warblers sang.

"Rumour has it, rumour," Vocal Adrenaline sang.

"Rumour has it, rumour," The Warblers sang.

"Rumour has it, rumour," Vocal Adrenaline sang.

"Rumour has it, rumour," The Warblers sang.

Clyde continued to perform, when Cheyenne, uninvited, made her way inside of the school auditorium, Clyde's eyes were immediately stuck on her.

"He is half your age, but I'm guessing that's the reason that you've stayed, I heard you been missing me, you've been telling people things you shouldn't be." Clyde sang.

Cheyenne took a seat from the far back, to prevent everyone from seeing her as much.

While at Dalton, Claira leaned on the left side of the door, watching the Warblers perform. "Like when we creep out, she ain't around, haven't you heard the rumours?"

"Bless your soul, you got your head in the clouds, you made a fool out of me and, girl, your bringing me down," Clyde sang. "You made my heart melt yet I'm cold to the core, but rumour has it I'm the one you're leaving him for."

"Rumour has it, rumour," Vocal Adrenaline sang.

"Rumour has it, rumour," The Warblers sang.

"Rumour has it, rumour," Vocal Adrenaline sang.

"Rumour has it, rumour," The Warblers sang.

As the music slowed down, back at Dalton, Peter made his way towards Claira as the Warblers harmonized from behind. Claira wanted to walk away, but the performance had left her hooked.

"All of these words whispered in my ear," Peter sang.

"Tell a story that I cannot bear to hear," Clyde sang.

"Just 'cause I said it, it don't mean that I meant it, people say crazy things." Peter sang.

"Just 'cause I said it, don't mean that I meant it, just 'cause you heard it." Clyde sang. Cheyenne crossed her arms, and tapped to the song as the rhythm came back.

"Rumour has it, rumour," Vocal Adrenaline sang.

"Rumour has it, rumour," The Warblers sang.

"Rumour has it, rumour," Vocal Adrenaline sang.

"Rumour has it, rumour," The Warblers sang.

"Rumour has it, rumour," Vocal Adrenaline sang.

"Rumour has it, rumour," The Warblers sang.

"Rumour has it, rumour," Vocal Adrenaline sang.

"But rumor has it she's the one I'm leaving you for," Clyde sang, ending the performance.

Claira, on the other hand, pulled herself back, from the door, as the Warblers began to cheer on for the good of their performance, Peter was disappointed as she departed from Dalton.


Clyde had walked up to the audience chairs after rehearsals ended for Vocal Adrenaline, and he cleared his throat, "So, what's up? Your sidekick isn't here, isn't she?"

"Calm down, she's not, I just need to talk to you about something," Cheyenne said.

"I'd rather not join your little Bad Girls Club scheme, trust me, I've been there, done that." Clyde said with a smirk. "Hey, hey, relax." Cheyenne said. "I'm here just to make a proposition."

Clyde shrugged his shoulders with a terse manner, sighing, "Prop it up, then,"

"So, maybe I'm here to say that I guess I felt bad for your after you got falcon punched the other day, although it was totally priceless to watch. But whatever problems I may have with you, I'd suggest it be only between us, and not with your devilish clan we thought were our friends."

"You know what they say, keep your friends close and your enemies closer," Clyde winked.

"Listen, Clyde, we compete against each other in the summer, it's the fall, I'm a senior, I have things I need to focus on, including following my dreams of going to New York than to think about you or any of your friends." Cheyenne said. "Cheyenne McLarson has a life, dude."

"So do I, while I was willing to make your friends' life a living hell, I guess I can leave you alone for a while, only under one circumstance."

"No, I will not touch your bazooka if that's what you want," Cheyenne crossed her arms.

"As good as that may sound or seem, I'd leave you alone only if you break up with your boyfriend."

Cheyenne laughed, "From the many days I've been there, I hardly see him anywhere near you, he's that irrelevant, I assume."

"You don't know him as much as I do," Cheyenne said.

"Oh please, in my eyes, he's probably just some dude who comes and goes, a freak buddy when you're horny, and some boring guy you can hardly keep in touch with on the basis."

"Since when are you so worried about who I'm dating or who I'm in love with? I never knew it had anything to do with you."

"Maybe I'm a bit too involved, but it's obvious you still want me."

"No, it's obvious that YOU still want me." Cheyenne said. "Clyde, you're so easy, I can see right through your eyes. You just want me to break up with my ex, just so you can make a fool out of me."

"Never said that, never was my intention," Clyde said. "But if you want me to stop messing with your friends, prevent myself from getting punched, that's the only thing I want from you."

Clyde shrugged, and walked away from Cheyenne, back down to the stage. Cheyenne couldn't believe what Clyde had told her to do, and she walked back out of the school, and mumbled, "He's crazy if I'm gonna do some stuff like that,"


Mr. Schuester sat in his office, wearing his reading glasses while he was reading a book, and suddenly, a voice came inside, Chanel Rayne, as she began to speak, "Do you mind, Mr. Schuester?"

"I have no choice but to welcome you in here, sit." Mr. Schuester said, not exactly in a proud, happy manner.

As Chanel sat across from him, there seemed to be a lot of tension, as Mr. Schuester clicked his pen button repetitively.

He began to ask, "So, what can I help you with... Chanel? Want to explain why you're suddenly so confident now that you have your little job back?"

"Well, you know, I missed it here, I missed being in the classroom teaching kids, the atmosphere, the awesome people, and of course, Glee Club, I finally got myself together."

Mr. Schuester scoffed and shook his head, pushing his chair forward as he moved close to her, responding silently. "Let's cut the crap, all right. Why are you really, really here?"

"I'm being serious," Chanel chuckled.

"Of course you are," Mr. Schuester said. "It's likely the same stuff, you come back only to make my life a living hell, I guess."

"That's not it at all, you have it all wrong, Will." Chanel smiled.

"Well, if you aren't making attempts to take me to Maury Povich, or tell me why you literally named me after a baby you claimed you didn't have."

"I'd rather not speak of that right now." Chanel smiled.

"No, why not now?" Mr. Schuester said. "Was it all just a joke? Was it all just to give me something to feel stressed about? An envelope with a card of you and a boy, Happy Birthday William Schuester-Rayne? What is that for?"

"Look, the pregnancy test you found, and suppose was negative, it wasn't accurate. It took me at least 7 months to find myself and have a child," Chanel said. "Not with you, not with Randy, only me."

"But the point of you naming him after me is?"

"I know you're the father of my child, you're the only person I ever romantically had sex with."

"Or so you say," Mr. Schuester said. "I just fall back in love with a person I really liked the most, and you basically rained on my parade. There has to be some other way, I'm not trying to claim that I'm not the father, I can do what I can to help, but will that mean I could ever be involved with you? No."

"That's not what I want," Chanel said. "I'm not here for you, I'm here for the fact that we need a resolution, to prove that you can handle being a part of my son's life."

"Gosh, Chanel, we were drunk, and protected, nothing else happened." Mr. Schuester said. "You've been in New York last year, and you're telling me you haven't done anything to test if he's at least involved in this?"

"Um.. well.." Chanel seemed confused, or just worried to answer.

Mr. Schuester sighed, "Look, Chanel, I can't do this, until you confirm it, maybe I can help, but right now, I have some work to do, see you."

Chanel looked down, sighing as she walked up and out of the office.


Chuck walked in the hallways with Anna, as they held hands, Chuck began to feel a bit of sadness.

"I don't understand why Levi thinks I'm the bad guy here, I never talk about people unless it's in their faces. It's not fair, just because he's some new guy, it doesn't mean he has to be a jerk and blame everyone he sees."

"I mean, I guess we can't blame him, he was a witness to Gunner's situation, none of us knew about it or saw it but him," Anna said. "And you shouldn't worry about it at all, you're an awesome person."

"After all I've been through these past 2 years, I'd doubt it." Chuck said.

"Chuck, you're 19, your future is ahead of you," Anna said. "And before you know it, you'll be heading to NYADA with your head held up high, proud of who you are."

"I don't even feel like I'm as ready to audition for this place," Chuck replied. "I'm not perfect as those guys. I'm not like Rachel Berry or Kurt Hummel or anything."

"Don't doubt yourself," Anna said. "You'll be fine, I promise this."

Chuck gave a short smile as Anna moved closer to him for a kiss, she pulled back and held his hand as they continued to walk in the hallways.


Just after that moment, Gunner made his big entrance into the McKinley school grounds, looking around, and as he entered the hallways, all he could feel was his heart beating fast. He felt confused, worried, nervous, and frustrated as he began to see everyone in the hallway stop and stare at him.

He looked all around to see the students looked concerned or shocked by his appearance, but when he heard his name a myriad of times, it all was a hallucination, when he saw Charlie and Elizabeth approach him in the hallways.

"Oh my god, Gunner, we were worried sick about you! Welcome back!" Elizabeth yelled out, and hugged him. Gunner chuckled, "Hi."

"You don't look hurt," Elizabeth had examined his face, touching it until Charlie pulled her back.

"Come on, Liz, he hasn't even come all the way inside yet." Charlie said. "How are you feeling?"

"I guess I'm okay," Gunner shrugged. "I've had other bad days, but I manage."

"Everyone was completely worried about you," Charlie said. The three had walked together in the hallways, while Gunner had continued to walk around, nervously.

"I'd doubt it," Gunner said. "No one really cares about me."

"That's an unpopular belief here." Elizabeth said.

"But wait, how does everyone know?" Gunner raised his eyebrows and stopped and stared for a moment. "I just don't want anyone to tell my personal life only if I allow them to."

"We heard from someone, just not sure who." Elizabeth said.

"It's some gossip webshow lurking around this school, and they mentioned you were trying to hurt yourself because you didn't get the role as Billy Flynn for Chicago."

"That is stupid, and freaking false," Gunner raised his voice. "Who is behind this?"

"Like I said, I don't know, but it's some person with a mask, covering up their identity." Charlie said.

"Why did I feel like I knew I shouldn't have come back to school?" Gunner groaned in disappointment.

"Don't feel that way, we're all here for--" Elizabeth tried to console him, until Gunner walked away from the two, trying to apprach Addison who was near her locker.

"Now everyone knows about what happened, because of you." Gunner quickly confronted her.

Addison was confused, questioning him. "What are you talking about? I didn't--"

Gunner interrupted her, "Just shut up. I didn't ask or tell you to spread the "word" about everything that happened that night."

"I didn't even tell anyone about what happened, where is this all coming from?"

"You are the only person besides me, my parents and Levi that witnessed what happened outside, and I know Levi wouldn't do it because he's not like that."

"So, before I consider you a jerk, what type of person do you think I am?" Addison asked. "Until you start accusing everyone you know, remember that I cared about you, and I would never talk trash about anyone getting hurt, especially over a stupid role."

"Just because you're a desperate, lonely, lost little girl who can't keep a man or a woman, it doesn't mean you can make other people's lives miserable as mines." Gunner said.

At that moment, it was quick silence, and Addison shook her head, feeling like she could cry.

"You know, I thought it was pretty clear that not too long ago, you seemed very desperate yourself," Addison said. "After you broke up with Carina, you're on your knees begging me to be with you again. Don't be a hypocrite. Don't you dare say that I make your life miserable, when all I tried to do was be a good friend to you."

Gunner looked down as she began to talk.

"And if it wasn't for me, Levi, or his parents, you would be dead, and I don't wish death on anyone, nor tell anyone their personal life, especially if I don't want mine to be told by anyone else."

"The fact that you said that, it's obvious you need to be alone for good, don't expect me to run after you anymore." Addison walked away, hurt and offended by Gunner, who was left remorseful.

He put his hands on his face and grunted.


"I never saw that side of him before," Carina said as she sat in her room, music playing in her background lightly.

She laid kicking her feet back and forth while she was on three-way with Addison and Cheyenne.

"Apparently, I'm the person that revealed he tried to kill himself on a train track." Addison said. "I'm not even a bitch to tell anyone that."

"It could be anyone, really," Cheyenne said. "Not saying that I have anything to do with it, because I don't. But someone wants to try to break New Directions down for the worse."

"I'm just a bit annoyed about this in the first place, I wish this could all end." Addison said. "So, we don't have to blame each other and pick fights over nothing."

"Besides, I have enough to deal with when it comes to Clyde," Cheyenne said. "He wants me to break up with Ari and he'd leave us alone."

"Do I have to go WWE Smackdown on him again?" Carina asked.

"Hehe, no," Cheyenne said. "He thinks you're my sidekick, but I guess I have to handle him on my own."

"Okay, cool." Carina said. "I just got my hair done, I don't want to have to mess it up."

Cheyenne and Addison had began to laugh, and Addison nodded her head, "Carina, you're crazy."

"And you see why I'm related to Nicki Minaj," Carina said.

Suddenly, Addison had recieved a text when her phone had played her ringtone, she looked down and read the text that had come from Elizabeth, saying: Addison, look at the gossip webshow site, quick, you won't believe what it's about now.

Addison raised her eyebrow and she stood up and grabbed her iPad from the side, and Cheyenne asked from the phone, "Addison, you there?"

"Elizabeth just sent me a text, it's about the McKinley Gossip site, a new video is up." Addison said.

Carina sighed, "I'll call you guys back, I'm gonna check it out,"

"Ditto," Cheyenne said, hanging up the phone and with urgency, she grabbed her laptop from across her bed and typed in the website. Carina did the same.

Elizabeth had sent the same text to everyone, including Shannon and Claira, the entire New Directions in general.

McKinley High Gossip 101!

The person wearing the mask had sat down, and used the voice changer to begin to speak.

"Welcome back to the McKinley High Gossip 101, where all of the talk at high school is dug up and brought to the world."

"Now, I think we have a lot of dirty laundry this week, literally, a lot." The person said. "Now, it's all time to air it out."

"First of all, Chuck Salvatore, a senior still in high school looking for a college, poor kid. The struggle is totally real, my friend. I bet 20 years from now, you'd still be here."

At Chuck's house, he had watched this, he looked completely infuriated by the statement, gripping his hands tightly.

"Gunner White, last time, we talked about him wanting to kill himself, turns out, it's because he's a closeted homosexual." The person said. "It's all confirmed that he had sex with Levi Lashane the dude that tried to kill himself last year because he was being cyberbullied."

"Looks like they're obviously meant for each other, am I right?"

Levi was completely stunned, as well as Gunner, as they viewed this on their computer. Gunner looked stuck as he watched it on the screen, and Levi looked as if he was going to break down.

"Is new student, Candace Livingston, a flip-flopper?" The person said. "You know those girls who can't find any boys, so they switch to falling for girls? Oh yeah. Addison Lee's an example."

Addison was confused, "What the hell, dude?"

"It's quite confusing, especially when you're Shannon Brockwood," The person said. Shannon looked vigilantly on the computer as she began to speak about her.

"It turns out this girl, this sweet, naive looking girl, with some crazy obsession with muffins, is being abused by the Muffin Man himself!" The person said.

Shannon covered up her mouth and she closed her laptop, and quickly evacuated out of her room.

Cheyenne shook her head as she watched, "This is crazy."

"And lastly... something that should have been told 2 months ago, our very own former bully, Claira Kingston, knocked up by a Warbler."

Everyone who had watched had gasped, Cheyenne put her hand on her head in shock, while Claira, the most distraught, was out of words, she couldn't even lay her eyes off of the screen, and a tear had fell down from her eye.

"It'll be cute to have a Warbler baby," The person said. "But, that's all for today, folks, see you next time. Keep gossiping."

"Oh my god." Claira said softly.


"Poor kids," Bridget said, as she and Mr. Schuester sat across from each other in the teacher's lounge. "They don't deserve that here, and I'm really shocked about what I heard about Gunner, he's one of my best."

"I never knew he was going through so much,"

"And I heard about the Claira girl, is that really true?"

"I really hate to elaborate on it, I'm just hoping this doesn't bring my kids down, and at the same time, I'm just anxious to know who is behind this. Some of these kids lives are at the edge because of this."

Bridget had watched Mr. Schuester's frustration right through him as he grabbed his coffee mug and slowly took a sip, lying it down gently on the table.

"I know that when I was here before, I think gossip was nothing but the trend of the school grounds. Heh, I can remember the rumors that were made about me too. All of the jokes, everything, that is until people just continued to break me down, and I let them." Bridget nodded her head slowly, thinking of that moment. "It just made me so insecure, and I hardly wanted to be there."

Mr. Schuester had watched her, sympathetically reacting to her statement, Bridget sighed, deciding to exchange advice to him.

Bridget slowly held his hand across the teacher's lounge table, "Don't let your kids feel the same way I felt, they deserve so much more than that."

"I've tried. All of the talking, the rumors, the naked truth, everything is continuing to pull the kids apart, and I feel like I'm not strong enough to glue them back together."

"It takes effort, you've been a Glee Club director for nine years, am I correct?" Bridget said.

"I have." Mr. Schuester said.

"Then you have so much experience, so much. You can do it, just like you did with your other kids."

Bridget held his hand tightly, and Mr. Schuester had began to smile at Bridget's kindhearted, caring, and supportive words, and he looked away, thinking of what he could do for the future ahead.


There was tension in the choir room, as Chuck, Anna, Carina, Dougie, Elizabeth, Charlie, Cheyenne, Addison, A.J., Candace, Colton, Ruby, and Denzil were the only remaining members that made the entrance. Mr. Schuester cleared his throat due to the dry feeling inside of the choir room.

"Hey guys, I guess it's kind of obvious why we have little people here today, I guess there's a lot of issues going on that won't ever stop." Mr. Schuester said. "It's just devastating, what type of person would do this type of stuff anyway?" Carina said.

Levi, quickly stormed inside of the choir room, very infuriated. "The same ASS that's asking this question right now."

"What? What are you talking about?" Carina was very confused when Levi confronted her.

"You did this to me, you and Dougie, you're telling everyone about me and Gunner," Levi yelled. "You two are the only people that found out about this and now you want to make my life a living hell?"

"Okay, first of all--" Carina tried to defend herself, until Levi quickly cut her off, stopping her from replying.

"No, first of all my ass," Levi yelled, everyone could hear his voice began to crack, as if he was at the urge of crying.

Mr. Schuester tried to walk close to him, but Levi pulled himself back. "No. Carina, you were supposed to be my best friend, the person I could trust, you were supposed to be the person that I was close to. It's not fair that I'm put down like this, you take my ex-boyfriend away from me, and now you're telling the whole school about us."

"It wasn't me, I wouldn't do anything like that."

"Oh yes, you would, Carina, everything is ALL about you!" Levi yelled, Carina had stood up, yelling back at him.

"That's not freaking true." Carina yelled, Dougie tried to stand up and calm her down, but Carina pulled away from him, walking closer to him.

It became so intense, Mr. Schuester was all out of words. He said in a seat, covering his face with his hands as they argued.

"Levi, you.. you don't understand, you put this all on yourself!" Carina yelled. Everyone had began to watch them, Addison covering her mouth, a tear suddenly fell from her eye, also.

"Don't you see? Your new look, your new attitude, that's what's making everything worse for you!" Carina said.

"What the hell does that have to do with the fact that you betrayed me?!"

"I DIDN'T!" Carina had yelled, all of a sudden, Addison stood up, slowly departing out of the choir room, fed up.

Carina cried, "I... have been nothing but a good friend to you, I never lied to you, I never betrayed your trust. What you don't realize... is that, you pulled yourself away, from me. From all of us, because this new look is trying to help you get over Dougie, guess what... get over it. Grow up. You're a freaking senior like me. Levi, why me, out of all people, would you think I'd ever make anything like this just to out you? Just tell me."

"Because you hate me, you hate the fact that you're not me, you hate the fact that I slept with Gunner, and you wished it was you."

"Honey," Carina had chuckled, sniffling, "I'm over it, I'm over him, and to be honest, I'm at the point where I'm over you."

Carina had walked out of the choir room quickly, slamming the door loudly behind her. It was so silent and Mr. Schuester's hands were still covered on his face, Anna lied on Chuck's shoulders, as he wrapped his arms around her, slowly rubbing.

"The world's got a funny way of turning 'round on you, when a friend tries to stab you right in the face." Levi began to sing. "Losing faith in everything I thought I hoped I knew, don't sweat it, it was set on false pretense."

"Betrayed but not gonna be willing to change, and it doesn't seem likely to fade, betrayed but not gonna be willing to change, cu-cu-cu-cuz you know... it's sacrifice, false pretense you'll hurt again, stop pretending to deny, false pretense you'll hurt again."

Everyone watched him as he sang, and Levi's emotional expressions stunned most.

"All along you know you thought you got the best of me. But you were wrong and I'm laughing right in your face, I cannot believe you claimed you were my family, don't sweat it - it's set on false pretense."

"Betrayed but not gonna be willing to change, and it doesn't seem likely to fade, betrayed but not gonna be willing to change, cu-cu-cu-cuz you know... it's sacrifice, false pretense you'll hurt again, stop pretending to deny, false pretense you'll hurt again."

Levi stood in the same spot, gripping his hands tightly together, and the visions of his friendship with Carina, and with Gunner, rapidly began to crumble.


Addison grabbed all of her things out of her locker, angrily and tearfully, and as she did so, people had walked by her until Candace made her way towards her.

"Addison?" Candace said.

"I just really want to be left alone right now." Addison said, slamming her locker. Candace sighed.

"You miss him, don't you?" Candace said. Addison had stopped walking and turned around to her.

"I feel like this gossip thing is stupid, they just want attention, and you should know that by now. I understand how it feels to be brokenhearted and feelings are still there, I know." Candace said as she walked close to her. "It's okay to be upset."

"I do.. miss him. G-G-Gunner was the only person that ever cared for me, and all I did was push him away from my personal life, but to think that he'd do something like this, it hurts. No matter what I say about him, I still love him." Addison sobbed.

"It's not easy getting over someone so quickly." Candace said. "As a sophomore, and a daughter, I'm sure I've seen the ups and downs in a relationship, even with family. All of those angry feelings you have, are just a way to hide your true emotions for him. I mean, I understand, which is why I will decide to take a bit time away from you."

Addison sniffled, "You don't have to, I just needed to vent. I honestly don't care what people say, I'm just hurt, really hurt."

"I know, I know." Candace said as she walked to her and slowly hugged her, while hugging, suddenly a jock had approached them.

"Aww, if it isn't the two gay lovebirds!" The jock said, laughing with the rest from behind.

Addison and Candace slowly pushed away from each other as Candace watched as they jeered.

"There's no need for you two to spread your fairydust here in the hallway, no one wants to see it."

Candace scoffed, and Addison tried to speak up, until Candace stopped her. "Don't worry, I got this."

"I'm sorry, but who are you supposed to be? Are you the principal? Are you the leader? No. Not some ugly, jealous looking wanna be will try to judge me or her. Yeah, you heard, Candace likes girls, so what?"

The jocks had laughed, and Candace moved closer, angrily threatening the jock. "So, you twat head, if you ever, and I mean ever try to talk bad about me or my friend again, as well as the rest of your clan, I'll crack one of your nuts, you choose which one. So, the best thing you can do right now is walk away."

The jock had gulped and turned to the jocks, "Guys, let's just go."

They all had walked away from them, and Addison raised her eyebrows. "Thanks."

"Anytime." Candace rubbed her back, and Addison had gave a smile at her.


Claira's mother had walked upstairs slowly, serving her daughter with a bowl of soup, and as she slowly opened the door, Claira sat in her room, and thanked her mother, who had sat down on the bed across from her.

"Heh, you know it's funny, this is the first time I could ever remember you being sick since you were eight, good times." Her mother said.

"Yeah." Claira nodded her head.

"I am a tad bit worried about you, though, Claira, you haven't been acting like yourself lately." Claira's mother said.

At that moment, thoughts had began to surround Claira's mind, as she began to think of Peter, then the gossip webshow, and almost everything else, and that point, Claira was at the urge of breaking down.


"Claira, what's wrong?" Claira's mother moved closer to her, as Claira had began to cry.

"I think it's pretty clear that I'm not a little girl anymore, not a teenager either..." Claira said. "Mom... I'm so sorry."

Claira's mother had began to realize what she was trying to mention, she shook her head, at first, hesistant to really believe it. "Don't be a liar, don't lie to me like this."

"I'm... I'm not lying, Mom, I swear." Claira said. "For... months now I've been dealing with finding a way to tell you and Dad this, but during L.A., I bumped into my ex and I... got drunk.."

"You got drunk, what?" Claira's mother said. "How could you have let this happened? Claira, you know better than this."

"I'm so sorry, Mom, please don't be angry at me, please... I really need my mother.. beside me." Claira said, sobbing even harder. "Please."

Claira's mother had began to shed a tear, and she gently pulled her closer to a hug. "Shh, it's okay, I'm here. It's okay."

Claira's mother looked up, trying to find a way to easily handle this, as she continued to rub Claira's back and consoling her.


Later that night, Levi sat in his room, hugging his pillows tightly as he rocked back and forth, when doing so, he continued to have thoughts, a myriad of thoughts floating around his mind.

I don't know which is worse: the cyber bullying last year, or the fact that I'm soon to be humiliated for having a sexual encounter with a straight friend. Maybe I blew everything out of proportion with Carina, but no one knows how hard it is to be me. Ever since Dougie got into that stupid motorcycle accident, it made me realize that I'm tired of being Mr. Innocent Levi.

Levi had heard a knock on his door, realizing that it was his father, who had walked in, worried and concerned about him. "Are you okay?"

"When you're humiliated in school, how would that make you feel?" Levi said. "This is just one of the most embarrassing moments of my life."

"I guess the wardrobe malfunction on stage doesn't top." Vincent chuckled softly. Levi laid down, turning to his side, "Dad, this isn't the time for jokes."

"Well, Lev, I think that you kind of put this on to yourself."

"You sound like my ex-best friend, Carina," Levi said, rolling his eyes. "I make a single mistake and I'm now the issue."

"Sometimes Levi, you have to control yourself, I don't know what happened between you and Gunner in the car or in this house, and I don't really want to, I just think that you aren't perfect, no one is. But you have to realize that people will talk about you, put you down no matter what. It's just the way it is." Vincent said.

"I tried... being the good guy." Levi said. "But even if I do, I can't. I don't deserve anyone, no one will ever want me, and I'm too desperate."

"You're not desperate, Levi, and something that I should tell you, it takes time to truly find love, you have your whole life, you're a senior, and you have so much time, you can find anyone in the world, maybe not just now." Vincent said.

Levi sighed as he laid on his bed, "Dad, can I just be alone please?"

"Yes, take as much time as you need for yourself," Vincent patted his back, and began to depart from his bedroom. Levi sighed, and as the door closed, he spotted a picture near him, showing Levi and Dougie together.

Levi scoffed, and slammed it face down, and sighed.


That next morning, Claira couldn't even think straight as she walked in the hallways, she had continued to doubt herself, looked around nervously, and suddenly watched some of the others whisper about her, mumbling from a distance.

"That's the girl that's pregnant," A girl had whispered.

The other girl had scoffed, "It's obvious, she already looks like she needs a pound cake." "Her girlfriend probably used a magic wand to make a baby, poof."

Claira looked at the girls that were talking, and giggling, and she rolled her eyes. Meanwhile, Addison had walked a different direction, and as she passed by some near the lockers, a guy suddenly tapped her butt while she was walking.

Addison had jumped, "What the--"

"Oh, sorry, I forgot you were a lesbian," The guy said, pulling himself back. A girl had whispered under her breath, "I guess that coma changed her sexuality and not her entire life, ha."

Addison felt completely fed up with the talking, and Claira had felt the same way, already knowing that she doesn't really have anything to hide anymore.

Claira shook her head as she gripped the straps of her backpack tightly, and watched Addison come from afar, pacing slowly.

"Can you hear them? They talk about us." Claira sang, continuing to watch around.

"Telling lies, well, that's no surprise." Addison sang, shaking her head, continuing to imagine them gossiping silently.

"Can you see them? See right through them." Claira sang.

"They have no shield, no secrets to reveal." Addison sang.

Addison and Claira, then, began to walk to each other, and then resulted in both a smile for the both of them, the people all watching them as they sang.

"It doesn't matter what they say, in the jealous games people play, hey, hey, hey. Our lips are sealed." The girls both sang, Claira and Addison both walked together, quickly and swiftly like they were walking on a runway.

"There's a weapon, which we must use." Claira sang, turning her head towards Addison as she sang after.

"In our defense, silence." Addison sang.

"Spreading rumors, so far from true."

"Dragged up from the underworld, just like some precious pearl."

"It doesn't matter what they say, in the jealous games people play, hey, hey, hey. Our lips are sealed."

"Pay no mind to what they say, it doesn't matter anyway. Our Lips Are Sealed." Addison sang.

Claira and Addison were then both in the choir room, all in front of New Directions as they, surprisingly, sang along and enjoyed the performance thus far.

"Hush my darlin'," Addison sang. 

"Don't you cry," Claira sang, putting herself down next to Brad at the piano.

"Super hot." Chuck said, Anna cleared her throat and Chuck had pitifully chuckled in reaction.

"Cryin' angels." Addison sang.

"Forget their lies." Claira sang.

Claira got back up with pride, as Carina and the rest of the group were dancing and singing along, Levi, unfortunately, didn't feel the same way, and Shannon and Isabel was nowhere to be found.

"Can you hear them? They talk about us." Claira sang.

"Telling lies, well, that's no surprise." Addison sang, she rolled her eyes as an expression towards the others.

Mr. Schuester looked with a feeling of pride and resulted in a big grin on his face.

"Can you see them? See right through them." Claira sang.

"They have no shield, no secrets to reveal." Addison sang.

Claira and Addison had held each other's hands while performing and both sang, "Pay no mind to what they say, it doesn't matter anyway. Hey, Hey, Hey."

"Our Lips Are Sealed." Claira and Addison sang together, along with New Directions.

"Pay no mind to what they say, it doesn't matter anyway. Hey, Hey, Hey."

"Our Lips Are Sealed, Our Lips Are Sealed, Our Lips Are Sealed." Claira and Addison sang together. Claira hugged Addison, and recieved a major amount of plaudits from the rest.

Carina cheered them both on, yelling, "Yes, girl, work it."

Claira had smiled and gave Addison a high five, and Mr. Schuester had stood up, giving them a high five back.

"Guys, what a wonderful way to lift the spirits up today, I'm really proud of you guys!"

"Yeah, I mean, it's better to realize that we shouldn't really care about what the others say," Addison said. "Be yourself and that's all that matters."

"And for me, I feel much better, hiding everything wasn't the right idea and for months I've learned that." Claira said. "Me, my mom and dad talked it out and they want to support me and help me in any way."

"That's really good, Claira!" Mr. Schuester said.

Everyone had gave her a round of applause, and Levi raised his hand and ruining the good moment.

"Can we stop being so lovey-dovey here when we still have many issues unsolved?" Levi said. "Come on, we've been here for 2 days and haven't said a word about Shannon, she's being abused."

"I'm really scared about Shannon," Elizabeth said. "Especially relating to what I've been through in the past, I felt like it's kind of my fault that this issue was revealed."

"Why do you think so?" Mr. Schuester asked.

"Well, the other day, me, Elizabeth and Addison all tried to give Shannon a pep talk, while we felt like she was hiding the fact that she was being abused."

Cheyenne said. "But she pulled away from us, and yelled at us."

"How can someone so fun and sweet be treated like this? It isn't fair." A.J. said.

"I tell you what isn't fair," Dougie spoke up. "That we still haven't had a chance to find out who is behind this, and Principal Figgins doesn't know what to do about it."

"I don't know what to do, either, guys," Mr. Schuester said. "Until we get more evidence, or something, maybe we'll catch the culprit."


Cheyenne, Claira, and Addison, later on, with an unflinching attitude, walked in the hallways together, and while Addison had listened to her iPod, Cheyenne had questioned Claira.

"So, C, do you know how far you are?" Cheyenne said.

"No, not really, but my dad had decided to set up an appointment for me by this week so I can be sure." Claira said.

"I'm really proud of you, just how strong you are," Cheyenne said. "You're growing up too, I can still remember the day we hated each other, how mean you used to be." "Oh come on, I wasn't that mean," Claira rolled her eyes and Cheyenne raised her eyebrows.

"You busted the windows out of someone's car, of course that's mean," Cheyenne said. "But, I think that maybe this could also be a way to connect with your ex, I mean he is the father, right?"

Claira sighed, "Yeah, I'm confused, Cheyenne, he keeps attempting to come on to me, he wants to be a good father, but I'm not sure how I could ever let him in my child's life even if I wanted him too, and I want to go to college, I don't know how I'd be able to manage taking care of a baby and following my dreams, how could I trust him?"

"Reconnect with him, test him and see if he's willing to help you out," Cheyenne said.

"He says he'd do all he can, but actions speak louder than words," Claira said. Claira chuckled, "But I'll admit, I sorta think he's cute, and I never thought he was when I met him, it's quite ironic."

"Because he's in that wacky Warbler suit, maybe?" Addison shook her head. "Never trust a rival group member no matter if you're close to them or not."

"So, that means don't trust your brother?" Cheyenne said.

"That's different," Addison replied. "Relationship-centric."

"Well, Peter's different." Claira said. "Even when I first met him, he was quite the awkward ass, even though he had a nice ass,"

"Like my Lima Heights bestie says, wanky," Cheyenne said.

"But, I guess it's clear he cares about me more than I did, even if my tolerance was zero when it came to him." Claira said.

"Just do what you think is right," Cheyenne said, all of a sudden, the three girls had seen Isabel walking to her locker with her Cheerios uniform, and as she opened it, suddenly, a black object fell down, Isabel had picked it up, and then, it was a shock to the other girls.

Cheyenne raised her eyebrows while Claira and Addison were watching her with cautious eyes. Cheyenne took the lead as she had slowly approached her, infuriated, and as she did, Cheyenne grabbed Isabel by the head and slammed her to the locker.

"WHAT THE HELL?" Isabel yelled.

"You bitch, you're freaking busted! You did this, you did the freaking gossip webshow, are you freaking kidding me?"

"What are you even talking about, what the hell, let go of me!" Isabel said, trying to be released from Cheyenne's strong grip.

"Is this what you do, Isabel, you try to tear other people's lives to make yours better, you bitch." Cheyenne slapped Isabel, and as she fell down to the ground, everyone had watched, shocked. Claira and Addison had walked to her, Claira forced herself not to do anything, and walked away.

"Busted," Addison said.

Isabel tried her hardest to get up, and as she did, everyone had began to look at her, and as Levi saw the commotion, he was completely confused.


Isabel sat in the principal's office, never expecting to be caught by this so soon, and as she sat, Mr. Schuester and Coach Sylvester had also sat with her as she tried to get her point across.

"It was just a joke, that's what I do and that's what I'm good at, people are so touchy sometimes," Isabel said.

"People are touchy, you say," Principal Figgins responded, as he pushed his chair close to his desk. "It's clear that you have some how ruined these students' reputations here at this school, and it's highly inappropriate."

"Look, I did my job and I did what someone told me,"

"Isabel, I'm very shocked at you, I never thought you would ever have so much against the Glee Club, what was the point of joining?" Mr. Schuester asked.

"This wasn't all me, though, ask Coach Sylvester--" Isabel squinted her eyes and covered her mouth.

Sue squinted her eyes, and Mr. Schuester turned around to her, and Principal Figgins did it also, "You had something to do with this, Sue?"

Sue sighed, "If that's what you truly want to believe, sure. I've had my attempts of being cruel to those Sour Patch Kids, so I told her to try to do what she can to bring them down, I never expected her to bring them down like that."

"Yes, you did, Sue, all you ever do is make Glee Club miserable with your stupid little antics," Mr. Schuester said. "Which gives you no business to out my personal life."

"Personal life, pft, what personal life, you've already put your personal life here," Sue said.

Principal Figgins sighed, "Well, Ms. Almendarez, I'm sorry, but I must give you a 2-week suspension from the school grounds."

"And Glee Club," Mr. Schuester crossed his arms. "You crossed the line, can't you see?"

"I don't really care, I've been expelled, suspended, you name it." Isabel shrugged. "This school is a bunch of putas anyway."

Isabel stood up and stormed out, and Principal Figgins sighed.

"I don't know what that means, but it's rude." Principal Figgins yelled, and could still hear Isabel speaking in Spanish angrily.

Sue rolled her eyes, "I know, I know, you're going to suspend me from being coach, it's fine, I'm always the instigator of the bunch."

"I guess Roz Washington can retake your spot again?" Principal Figgins said. "Trust me, it'll be more than just a suspension, taking part in humiliating students shows you're a bad example."

"I'll take that as a compliment," Sue said.


The bell rang and Chanel entered inside Mr. Schuester's office, and he seemed to be depressed. Chanel had came inside with food, donuts and coffee, and as she walked in, she smiled sympathetically.

"Haven't eat anything, have you?" Chanel asked kindly, Mr. Schuester thanked her in a staid manner while she sat across from him.

"I heard about what happened, I'm sorry," Chanel said. "I don't think no child should be put down in public."

"It's okay, because I know New Directions are trying to be strong," Mr. Schuester nodded. "But I don't think we'll have that as much based on what's been revealed about things about the kids I never even knew about besides Claira's pregnancy."

Chanel took a sip from her coffee, "I see, I wish I was more like you, caring, at least supportive, and you'd do anything to protect people you care more about,"

"Sorta like what you didn't do when it came to me?" Mr. Schuester asked, slowly eating a doughnut hole.

"I guess," Chanel said. "Maybe I was wrong for it, but it's clear I've changed, and I don't want to change back."

"Good for you," Mr. Schuester said, it was silent for a moment as he and Chanel stared at each other, and Chanel smiled, and chuckled.


In the April Rhodes Civic Pavilion, it was dark, flashing with lights as New Directions all together walked on the stage, strutting while wearing their casual attire.

"For those who don't know me, I can get a bit crazy, have to get my way, yep, 24 hours a day 'cause I'm hot like that." Levi sang.

"Every guy, everywhere just gives me mad attention, like I'm under inspection, I always gets a ten, 'cause I'm built like that." Cheyenne sang, Carina came from behind with Addison.

"I go through guys like money flyin' out the hands, they try to change me, but they realize they can't," Carina and Addison sang.

"And every tomorrow is a day I never plan, if you're gonna be my man understand," Claira sang.

"I can't be tamed, I can't be tamed, I can't be blamed, I can't, can't, I can't, can't be tamed, I can't be changed, I can't be tamed, I can't be, can't, I can't be tamed," New Directions sang.

"If there was a question about my intentions, I'll tell ya, I'm not here to sell ya, or tell you to go to hell," Chuck sang.

"I'm not a brat like that," A.J. sang.

"Oh, I'm like a puzzle but all of my pieces are jagged. If you can understand this, we can make some magic, I'm wrong like that." Charlie sang.

"I wanna fly, I wanna drive, I wanna go, I wanna be a part of something I don't know," Carina and Levi sang together, although resisting to even be near each other, they exchanged looks.

"And if you try to hold me back I might explode, baby, by now you should know," Elizabeth sang.

"I can't be tamed, I can't be tamed, I can't be blamed, I can't, can't, I can't, can't be tamed, I can't be changed, I can't be tamed, I can't be, can't, I can't be tamed," New Directions sang.

Mr. Schuester had sat in the audience chairs, watching them perform, nodding his head to the beat, and from behind, Gunner could be seen, refusing to fully enter the auditorium and avoid himself from being noticed.

"Well I'm not a trick you play, I'm wired a different way. I'm not a mistake, I'm not a fake, it's set in my DNA." Cheyenne, Addison, Levi, and A.J. sang.

"Don't change me," Levi sang.

"Don't change me," Cheyenne sang.

"Don't change me," Claira sang.

"Don't change me," Chuck sang.

"I can't be tamed," A.J. and Carina sang.

"I wanna fly, I wanna drive, I wanna go, I wanna be a part of something I don't know," Candace sang.

"And if you try to hold me back I might explode, baby, by now you should know," Denzil sang.

"I can't be tamed, I can't be tamed, I can't be blamed, I can't, can't, I can't, can't be tamed, I can't be changed, I can't be tamed, I can't be, can't, I can't be tamed," New Directions sang, dancing around carefree.

As the song was at it's end, the group all came together and cheered on, proud of their performance, Mr. Schuester stood up with a round of applause, as Gunner watched them, giving one last glance and walking away.



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