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In the first conundrum introduced this evening, Quinn's starting to get some very expensive bills related to the care and feeding of her impending stranger, so she chooses to deal with her dire financial situation by stridently browbeating Finn into getting a job. It becomes beyond tiresome midway through their very first scene together, and proceeds to get much, much worse as tonight's installment wears on, though Frankenteen does eventually manage to get his would-be bride to shut the hell up about it for a little while after he lands a busboy job at a local restaurant. Dianna Agron deserves better than this shrill crap.
The second conundrum involves The Cheerios, and what Sue Sylvester will do with them now that she's axed Quinn from the squad. Principal Figgins's solution is for her to hold open auditions for Quinn's spot -- a suggestion that naturally aggravates control-freak Sue -- but surprisingly enough, those open auditions lead to a new Cheerio in the form of one Becky Jackson, a sweet-natured special-needs student who just wants to be treated like everybody else. Will's suspicious of Sue's motivations, but he needn't be, because it turns out Sue Sylvester's got an elder sister with Down syndrome tucked away in a nearby adult care facility, and as their relationship couldn't be closer or more affectionate, we know sweet-natured Becky's in good hands. Which contradicts just about everything they've ever told us about Sue since the pilot, but what the hell? It's their show, after all.