Apparently, "Night of Neglect" not only showcased "neglected artists" in real life, but a number of the "neglected artists" on the show as well. (And why do I have this gut feeling the Harry Shum Jr. solo was there to get the choreographer a better shot at an Emmy? The committee that decides the choreography winner(s) tends to like solo/duet pieces better than group numbers.) I realize it's a spoof, but couldn't they find another club to help besides one whose only current members just happen to be members of the Glee Club as well? (And there aren't any smarter students in the school? Maybe Mike, Tina, Artie, and Miss NotAppearingInThisEpisode are the only ones who think being on the Academic Decathlon (which has nothing to do with the show they were on, but that's another story) team was worth doing, but still...) I also read somewhere that Holly's intermission speech to the hecklers was really targeted at the real-life "glee-haters." I didn't take it that way; it felt more to me like a generic anti-bullying PSA. And is it just me, or are they ruining Sue's character with this "get rid of the glee club once and for all" storyline? Oh, and of course, let's make sure that we bring Will & Emma back into play ("and don't forget that Emma's still a virgin") before people start thinking that Will & Holly might become serious. Speaking of Glee... Spoiler There is a story going around that one of the extras leaked that... Spoiler The Prom King and Queen will be Kardovsky...and Kurt ...and not only did the producer throw a major fit online, but they had to call some cast members back in to film an alternative scene. Personally, I think this whole thing is what is known in professional wrestling circles as "a work," and the fans are being played - I wouldn't be surprised if the whole thing was planned in advance (for example, to send a warning to spoiler-leakers), the way the final scene of Monica and Chandler's wedding on Friends was recorded after the audience left.