This episode has the big problem of developing two of the most irritating storylines of this season for me: Rachel's pregnancy scare (and relative Brody problem) and the Emma-Finn kiss, that as expected blew out of proportion and as expected saw mr. Shue as an immature douchebag.
This feeling of irritation didn't leave me throughout the whole episode and, after the last "feud" scene, the clash between Brody and Finn, left me wondering if Finn has ever been so creepy (I mean, what Brody does for a living is morally questionable, but at least he doesn't go around playing the unrequested knight saving a damsel in distress that does not want to be saved calling her "his future .
I hate this episode also because it spoils one of my favorite characters, Santana: since when she has become such a judgmental prude? I'm happy that Kurt does not almost appear in this episode, otherwise it would have spoiled him too!
I'm saving the episode only for the minor storylines. For once, the new kinds of the New directions prove to be much more mature than the world around them. The Ryder-Jake-Marley kiss is resolved in a much more believable and reasonable way than the Emma-Finn-Shue mess, and the Ryder-Unique confrontation, even if sounds a bit forced, is not too bad. I like how at the end they finally appear as a group.
The Blaine-Sue storyline is minor but quite a funny one.
Musically the episode is not terrific but it's pretty fine. I liked the Minaj-Carey mashup and the "dance of seduction" coreography of the first musical number.