And you thought the upcoming presidential election was crazy? Wait till you see what's going down at McKinley High this week. Makeovers! Class presidencies! Annie! Okay, well – Annie is just a little bit of it, but the sun'll come out tomorrow – for now – its Glee night, bitches!
Blaine has decided to make senior year the best it can be and Make Up For not having Kurt around by joining pretty much every club under the sun – including running for class president against Brittany. Kurt nails his Vogue.com interview and impresses Isabelle Bright (Sarah Jessica Parker), who seems to be frayed at the ends but brimming with potential – like a certain person we all know and love. Brittany asks Artie to be her running mate, a position he accepts begrudgingly and begins plotting against Blaine. After not being chosen as Brittany's vice president, Sam asks her about it and she links Sam up with Blaine as his running mate and challenges Blaine and Sam to a debate.
Mr. Schue is struggling with feeling a lack of creativity, something Isabelle can relate to after a disastrous meeting with her best of the best leaves her confiding in Kurt that she's failing to achieve the level required of her. Blaine and Artie go to work on Sam and Brittany to prepare them for the debates while Sam and Brittany channel their inner Courtney Love on Hole's "Celebrity Skin". Will decides it's time to make a difference after leading his first Show Choir chair meeting, while Kurt decides it's Rachel's turn to get a makeover.
Rachel and Kurt break into the fashion mecca at Vogue only to be caught by Isabelle, who falls in love with the idea of a music video chronicling Rachel's makeover – a mash up of "The Way You Look Tonight" and "You're Never Fully Dressed without a Smile" from Annie. Blaine and Kurt share a Skype call, where Blaine begins to feel like he doesn't really seem to fit in his boyfriend's increasingly glamorous life.
Will tells Emma of his plan to run for Ohio Arts chair committee person, something Emma is all for because it allows Will to chase a new dream. The debates hit McKinley as Sam breaks out his stripper past, Artie bores, Blaine keeps it classy, and Brittany is – well, Brittany.
Kurt's idea is a hit with the infamous Anna Wintour and Isabelle gives Kurt some food for thought about where his future lies while Rachel shows off her new look to Brody as they duet on Sheryl Crow's "A Change Would Do You Good" which leads Rachel to invite Brody over for a home cooked meal.
Blaine and Sam win, but the victory is fairly hallow as Blaine realizes he came to McKinley for Kurt and now he's alone, but Guru Sam jumps to pep up the president before giving Brittany a little loser's attention, too, and reveals he voted for her. Rachel's plan for a home cooked meal for Brody goes up in smoke, but the spark and fire between Brody and Rachel continues to burn. After a little secret sharing that includes Ace Base loving Brody and grammar natzi Rachel correcting a love letter, things begin to heat up – but the past comes a knocking when Finn arrives leaving everything in the air.
Dramaz, Gleeks! Dramaz! It's only just the beginning – what will Finn say about Brody? Will Blaine tell Kurt how he feels about being left out? Who will Rachel choose – Finn or Brody? It's getting cray, Gleeks – but until next week, you're never fully dressed without a smile.