Hi! hey what do you think about the fact that glee could possibly do a brittana/klaine double wedding episode? i’m not sure if you talked about this before, but i saw people commenting on the fact that since brittana is getting the wedding storyline, then it means they dropped it from klaine’s. But to be honest, i was thinking about it earlier and wouldn’t it make more sense for the glee writers to do both weddings at the same time? I mean it would get them a lot of attention cause where have you ever seen a young girl/girl couple and boy/boy couple marrying at the same time in a tv show, right? If i were a glee writer I’d do this, it seems like the kind of thing glee would do. They would make us suffer first with another break-up and all but then we would get what we want in the end, like ryan said some days ago. And two gay couples marrying in the same episode is a big deal, and again, the glee writers would totally do this. It’s both great for the fans (at least I think it is, better this than nothing) and also on a social level, considering how much they talk about marriage equality themselves, and this would be a big WOAH MARRIAGE EQUALITY IN YOUR FACE
A few things here:
1. I don’t think the marriage storyline has been taken away from klaine and given to Brittana.
Adding to your thoughts (none of which I disagree with) is the fact that neither Heather nor Naya are series regulars. I believe their engagement is more like Quinn and Puck getting together - “OK, so that’s how their storyline wraps up.” If there’s a big finale that brings everyone back, I expect we’ll see them again for that, but otherwise it’s likely four and out. I don’t think we’ll see them on an episode that doesn’t also include Puck, Quinn and Tina (and hopefully Mike, now that shooting has wrapped on Harry’s movie)
It sure was one gleeful moment when the actor popped the question to his longtime girlfriend last summer, but Matthew Morrison and Renee Puente must be grinning ear to ear after tying the knot.
The two were married Saturday evening in an intimate celebration in front of 50 family and friends on a private estate in Kihei on the island of Maui, Hawaii, the actor’s rep confirms exclusively to PEOPLE.
I’m happy for him.
I’m even happier that him being able to have a destination wedding while Glee’s in production hopefully means we won’t be seeing much of Will Schuester this season.
Neil Patrick Harris: Choose Your Own Autobiography
Introduction by Author
Wow, NPH left Darren Criss entirely out of his book.
I guess that means they’re dating and David is a beard and the kids are… moustaches?
tirpse said: It's amazing what some people read into Darren's quote about Klaine. I went through the tags and some are all "he hates it (season 6) as much as we do", "he does not support Blainofsky", "he fears for Klaine just like we do" and whatnot. Why do fans have to project their own feelings about things onto Darren and Chris all the time? Lordy.
Ha ha yes, I agree completely! While I think Darren enjoys when fans are happy, he and Chris are actors who are certainly not losing any sleep over crazy plot twists on Glee.
When he says Kurt and Blaine should end up together, he’s reflecting what he thinks is the obvious ending to a years long love story, not sharing his anger that they’re having a break up. He isn’t ‘dissing’ Blaine and Dave - he just sees what we all see - that isn’t the endgame ship (obviously). I am sure he and Max are having a grand ole time together and Chris loves the drama. They’re actors.
While either or both of them may think the plot is nuts (they very well may), it doesn’t ache their heart they way it does a klaine fan’s. They’re going in to do their job and probably having a pretty good time with their cast mate friends. Simple as that.
I’m sure they’d be just as happy playing it if they were carjacked by Maggie Gallagher on the way to their wedding in a last-ditch effort for her to prevent at least one gay marriage so her entire life isn’t a complete failure.
Actors, as you say. And actors who probably got bored with this absurd, convoluted, contrived, poorly-written story arc back in season 3.
(IMO, except for a few episodes of Blaine (and only Blaine) dealing with the break-up, and the episodes in New York, “Klaine” has been horribly written.)
I would love to meet Blaine’s family–
- Darren Criss on Billboard.com podcast
Same Darren, same
So would Blaine, Darren, so would Blaine
Why do I find Nerdy Barry Grant sexier than Preppy Sebastian Grant?
Probably because he’s not competing with you for Blaine’s attention. ;)