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"Movin' Out" is the sixth episode of the fifth season of the American musical television series area, and assigns New Directions to perform songs by Billy Joel, due to his notorious struggle to reach stardom. Noticing that Jake has hurt her, Ryder Lynn (Blake Jenner) asks Marley out, and later serenades her with " An. Ryder Lynn is a major character on the fourth and fifth seasons of Glee. However, after Ryder has to cancel a date to see a dyslexia specialist, Marley goes out. Sure, heading into the Glee series finale, the writers probably don't have it as So when Jesse St. James returned last week, it was a bit of a shock to see Rachel lock Don't get me wrong, Kurt is definitely a great singer —but fashion Marley, Jake, and Ryder may not have been Glee's most compelling.
She adds that Marley will finally be able to sit at the popular table. Marley leaves in tears after New Directions continues to make fun of her mother, and tells them the truth. Sam finds her and shares his story of poverty with her, and New Directions come to apologize. After Marley says she doesn't feel comfortable sitting next to Kitty and the jocks, Kitty walks up and says that the feeling is mutual and the jocks slushie Unique and Marley.
Artie says they are officially members of the club. Marley is invited to sing lead vocals on Chasing Pavements. As she's singing, she spots Jake again and smiles before he leaves.
The episode ends with New Directions' praising Marley and themselves on the performance. She asks Marley if she has her eyes on anyone, to which she replies that she likes Jake. Unique warns her that Jake has been seen with many girls from the school already, which leads into the performance of Womanizer.
After the performance, Jake says that he and Marley should hang out sometime. Marley agrees, much to Unique and Tina's disagreement.
When Jake shows up to visit Marley by the bleachers, she tells him that the other girls told her not to trust him. He asks if she believes what they said, to which she replies that she believes that Jake has been hurt and that he has put up walls in the form of his appearance and behavior because of it. She confides in him that she always tried to be someone different at her other schools, and that for the first time she feels like she can be herself.
When Jake pokes fun at the fact they're covering Britney Spears, Marley insists that he hasn't heard her version of the song. They almost kiss, but Marley backs out by stating that it got cold outside. Jake gives her his leather jacket and leaves, smiling.
Rose is teased by two jocks in the lunch line and Marley yells at them, telling them that she's her mom. When they continue to mock Mrs. Rose, Jake tells them to apologize to both of them.
When they don't, he begins to fight them, only for it to be broken up by Will. Jake asks Marley if he can sit next to her during glee club.
They talk, and she tells him that she just realized that she's still wearing his jacket. Jake tells her to keep it, but Kitty overhears and tells her that she'd like to wear it because she and Jake are dating. Marley is saddened by this, but tells them that they make a great couple, and gives Kitty the jacket.
Hurt by Jake and Kitty's relationship, Marley sings Everytime during glee club as the episode ends, watching Jake serenade Kitty on the football fields. The Break-Up "Young love" - Brittany Jake notices Marley stuffing lunch tickets into her pockets and later reveals that he has them as well, explaining that his mother is struggling because of the aftermath of the global financial crisis.
Blaine and Brittany watch them talking and the latter describes them as 'young love'. Later on, Kitty invites her and the rest of the glee club to a Left Behind Club meeting for the Rapture. At the meeting, Jake apologizes to her for letting her come to this.
Marley then jokes about Jake being half-Jewish, asking if he floats to heaven at half speed. When Kitty executes a fake rapture prank on Dottie Kazotori, Marley is seen upset about this. She tells Jake that she doesn't like Kitty and can't believe that he does.
Jake apologizes to Marley about Kitty and the fake rapture. Marley says that she doesn't get it why Jake is with someone like her. She sees that he tries to act like he doesn't care what everyone thinks, but is actually desperate to fit in and be popular if he's willing to date Kitty. Jake states that Marley doesn't know what its like being on the outside since the black kids think he is "too white" and the white kids think he's "too black" and that Kitty and can be crazy, but she likes him, and when he stands next to her no one makes fun of him.
Kitty, overhearing this starts hurling insults at Marley. Jake tells her to ease up or else he'll break up with her. Kitty doesn't relent and he hold true to his world, to which Kitty holds Marley responsible. Once Kitty leaves, Marley tells Jake that he didn't need to do that, but Jake responds that he actually did have to.
When Unique confides to Marley that she wants to play Rizzo, Marley encourages her to audition. While Sue mocks Unique with transphobic comments, she fails to come up with a mean nickname for Marley. Marley is next seen talking to Ryder Lynnflirting with him innocently, as Jake and Kitty look on. Kitty hurls an array of insults at Marley, causing her to run off crying. She walks in and watches on sadly as Jake performs Everybody Talks with Kitty for their audition.
Marley and Kitty are decided as the finalists for the role of Sandy. She hugs Ryder after the performance. Marley wins the role of Sandy, but her confidence is shot when Kitty insults her again about her weight.
Glease Marley is seen in the Glee club, expressing some confusion over the fact that Will is leaving and Finn is taking over New Directions until he returns from his sabbatical. Tina brushes it off as stress bloating, which she gets all the time.
Kitty interrupts to get her costume fitting and starts making jabs about Marley's weight saying that Marley has had some considerable weight gain. Marley says she hasn't been eating any differently. Kitty invites her to a slumber party, which Marley agrees to go to so long as Unique can come as well.
Kitty shows Marley around her room, before leading her into her bathroom and convincing her to try bulimia. Marley walks out, offended by Kitty and the rest of the girls. You're the One That I Want Ryder walks in on Marley purging and tells her to stop, reciting a funny story about his cousin to lift her spirits. He tells her that he doesn't want to kiss a girl who has puke on her breath, during or after the show. Marley is embarrassed about her outfit for the closing number, especially after Kitty shakes her confidence, but Ryder reassures her that she looks and sounds amazing before kissing her, with Jake watching in the distance.
Ryder, Marley, and the production of Grease get a glowing review from a critic in the McKinley Muckraker, to which they all celebrate.
Dynamic Duets Marley is approached by Jake, who asks whether she plans on joining the school's Superhero Club that several of the other glee club members have joined. Marley insists that she won't, noting in part that she would feel self-conscious in a tight superhero costume.
Not being aware of having acted wrong towards Unique, he is adviced by Katie to resolve the conflict by singing with her, since it is feud-week in glee-club. Afterwards, they seem eager to make up, but when Ryder refuses to say that he thinks Unique is a girl, she leaves the choir-room visibly hurt.
Ryder turns to "Katie" to discuss his confusion regarding Unique with her. During a gathering of the glee-club underclassmen, he then approaches Unique to apologize to her, and also Jake to apologize for kissing Marley. At the end of the episodes, he admits to "Katie" that he feels as if he has moved on from Marley.
It had become apparent towards the episode, that he seems to be devloping feelings for "katie" instead. He asks "Katie" if they could meet in person, but "katie" simply logs off without replying.
Shooting Star Thinking he recognizes "Katie" from the pictures she had said depict her, Ryder leads a girl at school into the empty choir-room, where he serenades her with Your Song.
In the subsequent conversation, however, it becomes clear that the girl he had just serenaded is not the same person he had been chatting with. Both, Ryder and the girl, conclude that someone had taken pictures of her to catfish him. He immediately suspects Jake or Marley to be behind the cat-fishing, but they both deny any claims. During the shooting, Ryder calls "Katie"'s number, in an attempt to make potentially last amends with her.
He is surprised to then hear a phone ringing inside the choir-room, to which he concludes that "Katie" must be in glee-club with him. When Ryder meets up at the time "Katie" had arranged with him, he is disappointed when it becomes clear that he is being stood up. Lights Out As the glee-club is tasked with singing songs unplugged during practice, Ryder decides to "unplug his feelings" in addition to singing a song unplugged.
After providing a rendition of Everybody Hurtshe then reveals how he was molested by his babysitter when he was eleven years old, an experience that he claims makes him more vulnerabe than his dyslexia. However, when Artie and Sam fail to show sympathy and rather suggest he should have enjoyed being molested, he backs down and leaves.
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Kitty, however, does shows a lot of empathy, and takes him out to eat at BreadstiX. There she opens up about how her former friend's brother had molested her, and how nobody had wanted to believe her, ultimately making Kitty transfer schools.
Ryder, however, who is still chatting with his catfisher, rejects her in favour of "Katie". This earns him criticism from Kitty, who claims that Katie is only a projection, and that Ryder is getting hung up on a fantasy.