In the November 11 episode, everybody pays respect to wheelchair-bound Artie and Puck talks about the fact that he is the father of Quinn's baby.
Skipping two weeks, "Glee" will be back with "Wheels" as the first episode of November sweeps. Will encourages the Glee Club to support Artie, and asks each of them to perform in a wheelchair. Meanwhile, Kurt and Rachel compete for a big solo.
During the episode also, there will be a confrontation from Puck that Finn is not the daddy of Quinn's baby. "I think Finn is going to blow up a little bit. You never know what's going to happen when someone's feelings get hurt on that level. He has so much invested in another human being coming, and to have that shattered," Matthew Morrison aka Will said in an interview with TV Guide.
Morrison also spilled about the last episode of the first season, saying "The last episode is called 'Sectionals.' It's the best episode. It's the kids performing and not particularly winning maybe. Or if they do win, we have to start dealing with their celebrity; them at school thinking they're too hot because they won sectionals. We have regionals after sectionals, so we have a long way to go."
But before the show gets to the finale, "Glee" will have an all-Madonna song episode and a Joss Whedon-directed episode.