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The "Glee" Gang Preps for Sectionals with "Gangnam Style," Phillip Phillips & More

Image courtesy of Jordin Althaus/FOX (via ABC News Radio)
Image courtesy of Jordin Althaus/FOX (via ABC News Radio)

Thanksgiving's over and done, but on Thursday's episode of Glee , the holiday has just arrived.  That's good news for the kids in New Directions, because all McKinley High alumni who graduated last year -- Quinn, Santana and Puck -- are back for Thanksgiving break, and they're ready to offer advice to the newbies as they prep for sectionals.

The two who aren't making the trek back to Lima for Thanksgiving are Rachel and Kurt, who decide to host a non-traditional holiday dinner in their apartment.  Kurt's mentor Isabelle, played by Sarah Jessica Parker , joins them for the meal.

The most interesting musical moment of the night promises to be one of Glee's patented mash-ups: this one will combine Phillip Phillips ' "Home" with Simon & Garfunkel 's classic "Homeward Bound."

As for Sectionals, it seems as though New Directions is going to break out "Gangnam Style" for their big number, while their rivals the Warblers will counter with One Direction 's "Live While We're Young," among other songs.  

Here's the full list of songs from the episode, along with who sings them:

"Homeward Bound"/"Home" (Simon & Garfunkel/Phillip Phillips) Medley sung by Quinn, Puck, Mercedes, Mike, Santana & Finn

"Come See About Me" (The Supremes) sung by Quinn, Brittany, Santana & Mercedes

"Whistle" (Flo Rida) sung by the Warblers

"Live While We're Young" (One Direction) sung by the Warblers

"Let's Have A Kiki"/"Turkey Lurkey Time" (Scissor Sisters/from Promises, Promises ) Medley sung by Isabelle, Rachel, Kurt & Brody

"Gangnam Style" (PSY) sung by New Directions

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