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Here's what you missed on the last episode of Ouran High School Glee Club: Haruhi tripped over a microphone and has to sing off her debt. Tamaki mistook her for a boy and now she has to conceal her gender. Haruhi can't sing, so everyone's having a hard time teaching her the music. And that's what you missed on Ouran High School Glee Club!
"And how do you expect Anya to do something for you?" Hikaru asked.
"Yeah. She hates you!" Kaoru added.
"She doesn't hate me. She just has such a strong passion for me that it can only be expressed through foreign curse words," Kyoya corrected.
"She hates him," Hikaru whispered to Haruhi.
"I'm going to go get her. She will help Haruhi," Kyoya sighed, walking out of the room.
"You see, Haruhi, Anya doesn't really like Kyoya, and she's part of the other show choir, and they don't like us. They think that we're too preppy. But Anya is a really good singer. And she can dance, too. If she can't help you, nobody can," Tamaki explained.
"Why do I have to learn how to sing? I could work off my debt some other way. I could run errands or something," Haruhi said.
"We're a show choir!" Kaoru said.
"We don't have errands," Hikaru added.
Kyoya appeared in the door, still talking to Anya. You could tell she wasn't happy.
"That's Anya?" Haruhi asked.
"Yeah. She may be small, but her voice is really big," Hunny said.
"Okay, you're Haruhi, right?" Anya said, walking into the room as quickly as she could, mostly to get away from Kyoya. Haruhi nodded. "Come over here to the piano. You are going to learn this." Anya picked up the sheet music and looked at it, appalled. "Y'all are singing 'Lollipop'? Seriously? That song is so dumb."
"It's fun, Annie!" Hunny protested.
"It may be fun, but don't y'all want more of a challenge?" Anya said.
"Well, what songs are your choir doing?" Kaoru asked pointedly.
"We're doing Adam Lambert's 'If I Had You'," Anya answered smugly.
"That doesn't sound hard at all," Hikaru said.
"But it is. We're doing it in four-part harmony, with dancing. Y'all probably don't know how hard that is, especially if you're wearing a dress. And heels," Anya replied.
"So, you think we should dress up like girls?" Tamaki asked.
"No! That's not it at all! I just don't think that y'all realise that girls put in a lot more effort-"
"Perhaps you should be teaching Haruhi, Anya," Kyoya suggested, cutting Anya off.
She glared at him. "Okay. Haruhi, here's your pitch. Let me hear you sing."
Anya never knew what hit her.