The moment Sue Sylvester has always never been waiting for is finally here. It’s her wedding day! Because Sue believes “intimacy has no place in a marriage,” tonight’s nuptials will likely be a part of a business/blackmail deal to help her get three confetti cannons, or do away with child labor laws. But who could be the lucky groom? (Ex-)Principal Figgins? Mr. Schuester? Puck? The momentous occasion may explain the appearance of Sue’s mother, esteemed (and most likely highly feared) nazi hunter Doris Sylvester, played by guest star Carol Burnett. Sue and her mother turn back the clock (sorry, Holly Holliday) with “Ohio,” a lovely tribute to their home state from the 1953 musical Wonderful Town. Everybody loves a wedding, right? Hop in, Gleeks ‘cuz you know weez be goin’ to Breadstix…for the reception.

Should Jane Lynch get to sing more often? What kinds of items will be included on Sue’s “something borrowed, something blue” list? After you watch “Furt,” head back here to discuss tonight’s episode and be on the look out for Tim Stack’s full recap and performance grades after midnight.

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