Ok, that was a really good episode! I'd actually call it one of the best episodes of the series so far. There was a very good mix of comedy, drama, music, and plot. Granted, some of the songs ("Moves like Jagger," "We Found Love") seemed to be included more because they were hit songs and not as much on their relevance to the plot, but that's typical of the show. More to the point - if they keep this up, they may have finally found the right balance for Sue. Blunt, but still HUMAN. She actually RELATED to Emma, and was even willing to participate in the proposal sequence. They seem to have gotten bored with the Bieste-Sylvester-Cooter triangle, for them to just summarily resolve it off screen. I'm still not quite clear what they intend to do with Sugar (Vanessa Lengies), but she worked pretty well in "Summer Nights." (Although she sounds more like the movie version of Frenchy than Marty. And yes, I had to look those names up.) Speaking of "Summer Nights," did they need to copy the movie version that closely? I mean, there's a fine line between a tribute and copyright infringement. Some good lines: - "Lifetime: Television for Ovaries" - "Is that a mohawk, Puckerman, or did someone glue a squirrel to your head?" FINALLY, someone on the show noticed how bad that thing looks!