‘s 45 Best and Worst Couples, Ranked To illustrate just how much things have changed during the past six seasons, “2009” began with a still-closeted Kurt getting slapped with an unthinkable ultimatum: join an extracurricular team… A chance meeting with Rachel Berry — of whose My Space videos he was a big fan — led Lady Hummel to the glee club, though Rachel was quick to clarify that she had no intentions of sharing the spotlight with him.Speaking of sharing the spotlight, we also got to relive the birth of Rachel and Mercedes’ rivalry, which was never technically resolved (unless you count TVLine’s ranking of had to do so without the use of the late Cory Monteith, a challenge the show tackled flawlessly.

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), proving he ‘s Most Memorable Villains The second hour, appropriately titled “Dreams Come True,” caught up with the present day — New Directions won, by the way!

— before turning the clocks forward for a peek into everyone’s futures. ) and becomes the surrogate mother for Kurt and Blaine’s child (!!!

Here’s a quick breakdown of what lies ahead for Rachel and the gang: * Not only does Rachel snag a Tony Award (! ) * Mc Kinley High becomes a performing arts school, of which Will is named principal. (Was anyone surprised that he made “country” his first weekly theme?

) * Beyoncé enlists Mercedes as the opening act in her world tour.

Mer doesn’t, however, get back together with Sam — despite his incessant texts.

* Kurt and Blaine live an expectedly fabulous life in New York, where they serve as inspirations to the tiny gays of all five boroughs.

* One of Artie’s movies gets into a film festival, and he gets back together with Tina!

* Sue takes her insane brand of politics to the White House, serving as Vice President of the United States under President Jeb Bush.

(And “you bet your sweet ass” she’ll be running for president.) * The Mc Kinley High School auditorium is renamed after Finn Hudson.