'Glee' Recap: Feuds, Heartbreak & Backstabbing
McKinley and the walled garden of glee club. When Unique confronts Ryder about messing with Marley and Jake, Ryder responds to Unique as if he was dealing with a male peer, calling Unique "dude." When she counters that she's no dude, but a strong black woman, Ryder dismisses her identity repeatedly. The two take to the court of glee to battle, duetting on a mash-up of Elton John's "Bitch Is Back" and Madonna's "Dress You Up," invoking their decades long but now resolved feud. Ryder continues to be parallel to Finn Hudson, both in playing drums while performing and being the club member who struggles with acceptance, while Unique crowns everyone in tiaras because she is perfect and knows the importance of props in winning over a crowd. Even though the glee club sees things and settled, Unique says it isn't until Ryder calls Unique a girl, but he still refuses, saying what he sees is boy. "It doesn't matter what you see, you don't get to decide," Unique explains, and Jake, who is still mad at Ryder but back together with Marley, calls him a douchebag for his attitude.