Did Becky shoot the gun in Glee?

Did Becky shoot the gun in Glee?

“I was scared coach, about graduating, being out in the world. With no one to protect me,” Becky said as she showed Sylvester a gun she had brought to school. As Sylvester tried to convince her to hand over the firearm, Becky accidentally shot the gun twice, setting off the series of events highlighted in the episode.

Who really shot the gun in Glee?

Shots rang out in the middle of glee club practice, sending the students and teachers scrambling for cover and crouched in fear. In the end, it was revealed that special-needs student Becky (Lauren Potter) brought the gun to school and accidentally fired it while talking to Sue (Jane Lynch.)

Who was catfishing Ryder Glee?

After an angry Ryder creates a scene in Glee club, Marley admits being the catfish. Jake defends Marley, so Ryder won’t yell. Later, Unique admits to being Katie after Ryder becomes furious with Marley.

Who is Sue’s baby daddy in Glee?

All or Nothing In the episode of Fondue For Two with Sue, Will and Brittany, it is revealed that Robin’s father is Michael Bolton, despite Sue’s attempt of initially denying it.

Does Sue come back to Glee after the shooting?

Season 5. In the episode “Love Love Love,” Sue has come back to McKinley High after Becky confessed to the shooting. Upon her return, Sue gets Principal Figgins fired by faking incriminating details about him.

Is Becky from Glee really disabled?

Then there was Becky Jackson played by Lauren Potter, an actor who actually does have Down Syndrome. At first it was refreshing to see a disabled actor playing a disabled character, and a cognitively impaired character not presented as a sweet little angel. But, Glee took it too far too many times.

What happened to Coach Sylvester’s baby?

In the episode “On My Way”, Sue reveals she is pregnant, shocking everyone. Her child is revealed by doctors to be a girl, but they mention that there were abnormalities on the scan. Sue mentions to Becky that she will have a child just like her, hinting that the baby may have Down’s Syndrome.