WILL: I don’t like the way she’s looking at me. I shouldn’t have sung this song to her. Crap, she looks crazy right now!
RACHEL: Mr. Schuester? Do you think instead of nominating songs we could just… all go around the room and talk about things that we loved about glee club this year?
WILL: You seem to be taking this Jesse thing pretty hard.
RACHEL: I want him to be eaten by a lion.
RACHEL: Maybe one of these days you’ll find a way to create teaching moments without ruining my life.
WILL: I know this is gonna be hard on you, Rachel, but I can’t in good conscience preach about the importance of helping Artie and then reject Kurt’s request out of hand.
RACHEL: So you’re giving him my part? This is totally unfair! You gave me the part.
WILL: And I will give it to you again - if you can sing the song better than Kurt.
WILL: We need a co-captain. You have so many great ideas, no reason you shouldn’t have some help pushing them through.
RACHEL: I could use a trusty lieutenant - I do have over sixty-five proposals.
WILL: So - can I count on you?
RACHEL: No problem. I’m on it.
WILL: I have a job for you, Captain.
RACHEL: Tina’s great, but - why do you have to hurt me to make her feel good?
WILL: Just come to rehearsal.
WILL: I’m trying to shake things up again, get us out of our boxes.
RACHEL: You’re trying to punish me.
WILL: I think you’re being irrational.
RACHEL: I think you’re being unfair!
WILL: I thnk you’re being unfair to Tina, who might’ve been happy about getting her first solo.
RACHEL: Mr. Schuester, I’m very sorry to interrupt. Principal Figgins, as you very well may know this is my first year in glee club and I’ve just been informed that New Directions has not been afforded a yearbook photo. As you might expect, my two gay dads have a very close relationship with our local branch of the ACLU and if it’s up to me, I’m gonna -
MR. SCHUESTER: Beat you to the punch, Rachel. It’s all good. We’re in the yearbook.