This episode introduces major plot lines such as: Will's motivation to build the New Directions, Rachel and Finn's relationship, choosing between Football/Cheerios and Glee Club, Sue's motivation to tear the Glee Club apart, and Quinn desperately trying to get Finn back.The episode was directed by Ryan Murphy and written by Brad Falchuk, Ian Brennan, and Ryan Murphy.These come together at the glomerulus, a structure which transmits signals to the olfactory bulb, a part of the brain directly above the nasal cavity and below the frontal lobe.From here, the signals are fed into the limbic system, where emotion and memory are processed, before finally passing into the language-processing frontal cortex.Will gazes at the school trophy case where a tribute plaque to the late Glee Club coach Lillian Adler reads, "By its very definition, Glee is about opening yourself up to joy." Later, Will is teaching verbs with his Spanish class, where a bored Finn is struggling to concentrate.
In humans, olfaction occurs when odorant molecules bind to specific sites in the olfactory receptors inside the nose.However, when a computer glitch sends her a total mismatch, she's asked to come in for an interview at Wallflower Online Dating, the agency where Andrew works. After all, he's convinced she's the shimmering girl in the silver dress.Andrew and Zelda meet for the first time and despite their differences, sparks fly. Is it true love forever or just a detour in destiny?Stu (Henry Zebrowski, "The Wolf of Wall Street," "White Irish Drinkers") is Andrew's loyal friend, colleague and roommate.Intense and eccentric, Stu has no qualms offering up his misplaced insights and doling out unsolicited advice.