Will starts the season as the new coach of Vocal Adrenaline (on Sue's recommendation, stating that he needed to get him off his back). Learning that Rachel is restarting New Directions, it helps to build her confidence a little despite the fact that she is now her rival. From the time jump, it is revealed that Will is still teaching at McKinley and did not take the interview for the coaching position with Vocal Adrenaline. Sue invites the team to compete against the Warblers coached by Blaine and the New Directions led by Rachel and Kurt.
Even though Will rapped on Friday's episode and was generally too morally pure and cheesy, his reasoning for being tall and powerful about Vocal Adrenaline is justified and really represents why Will was such a good coach in New Directions. As Vocal Adrenaline is about to perform his set for the competition, he tries to channel team spirit by making a speech, but the Glee club member doesn't care what his coach is saying at all. The group is seen performing the song You Give Love a Bad Name while Will talks about how being the coach of Vocal Adrenaline is a lot different than when he was in New Directions. But now Will Schuester is a family man, happily married and earning too much money training Vocal Adrenaline.
Will Schuester's classic way of teaching and training doesn't really work well with Clint and the rest of the Vocal Adrenaline team members, and they're not afraid to show him how they feel about him. Will was a close friend of football coach Ken Tanaka, and has a complicated friendship relationship with Sue Sylvester, the school's head coach who despises the Glee Club.
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