PHOTOS: ' Glee' Season 4 in Pictures" data-reactid="26"PHOTOS: 'Glee' Season 4 in Pictures As cameras and metal detectors are installed at Mc Kinley -- where Principal Figgins and the SWAT team are searching every locker -- Sue learns that every student is being questioned and will be expelled.
At that point, she vows that no student will be expelled and confesses that she owns the gun that went off.
Online dating has made potential partners much more readily available than ever before -- and yet also, somehow, disposable.
The other day I was sitting on a train with a friend as she flicked through profiles on Bumble, an online dating service in which women have to reach out to men first.
The shell casings, she says, are at the bottom of a lake and she moved things around in her office to cover it up.
But with a seemingly infinite dating pool, especially in major cities, it can be really hard to figure out who might make a good match, and how to present yourself so as to find one.The investigation by Danny Forston was launched after JDI Dating, the British company that owns sites such as as well as 17 other dating sites, was investigated by the US Federal Trade Commission.Steve Baker, the lawyer who led the case for the industry watchdog told The Sunday Times: 'We are concerned there are serious problems elsewhere in the internet dating industry.During her meeting with Figgins, she says that in light of recent events -- i.e December's Sandy Hook Elementary school shooting that left 26 students dead -- she feels safer with a gun in her office."It's a different world," she tells him."The safety net of the public mental health system is gone.Meanwhile, football coach Shannon Beiste (Dot-Marie Jones) reveals her feelings for Will, but he reveals that he has gotten back together with Emma Pillsbury (Jayma Mays), leaving Beiste heartbroken.