So Blaine gets hit with that slushie.
Finn winds up driving them to the ER. Rachel’s riding shotgun, Kurt’s in the backseat with Blaine curled up in a ball and still rocking in pain in his lap.
Rachel won’t stop talking. Finn has to yell at her to stop. The silence is awful when she does. Kurt says in a very small voice, “Please keep talking, Rachel,” and goes back to ignoring her, fretting over Blaine.
When they get to the hospital a whole bunch of crazy unspools because Blaine’s still a minor. So his parents have to get called, Kurt’s only granted so much information, Finn calls Burt.
When Burt arrives Finn leaves to take Rachel home. Burt gets mistaken for Blaine’s father, just because he’s the first adult on the scene and Blaine’s parents live farther away.
Blaine’s dad is clearly worried/frantic when he arrives. Burt approves. But he mutters something about “I can’t believe this happened again,” and Burt does not approve, and steps in tell him what he knows and try to calm shit down, while Kurt stands off to the side biting the edge of his thumb nervously.
Eventually, Mr. Anderson and Kurt acknowledge each other. It’s never easy with them, but Kurt can see that Blaine’s dad is trying to be a little bit more gentle.
"You have to know, this was about jealousy, not… it was about his talent, and…" Kurt tries, but isn’t being very clear. He’s also not being entirely truthful, but it’s close enough.
"Thanks for…." and Mr. Anderson can’t finish that either. Thanks for bringing him in? Something like that.
When Mr. Anderson goes in to see Blaine, Burt’s like “Do you want to go or?”
And Kurt’s like, “No,” and it’s completely absolute. Burt doesn’t argue for a second.
"Okay," he says, and they sit down, and Burt puts his arm around Kurt and Kurt just rests his head on his father’s chest and alternates between sobbing and being too stunned by the whole thing to react at all.