showrunner went on a spree Friday, answering questions from inquisitive fans who pull for specific couples (aka "shippers") and offering slew of details for the Fox musical's upcoming fourth season. " The boot camp-bound Finn, meanwhile, will not only figure out what his dream is, but he'll follow it this season. Murphy confirmed that the series will show Finn and Rachel "in the future," and that "absence makes the heart grow fonder," offering a warning to new series regular Dean Geyer, who plays Rachel's new love interest: "#stayawaybrody!
Artie and Tina can'tfigure out facetime, Mike and Brittany are making out on a hospital bed, Kurt's started a revolution with the fashionable nurses, Santana can't get up, Beth's a goth and Puck is in a closet. Santana's getting bored because Sam ditched her to explore Puck's closet, and she's stuck in her chair, and quite pregnant. But we can all be damaged together.”: : : An early-season perspective on hinted character possibilities mixed with thoughts on healing and dealing. Five and a half years of people lying to him, lying to her.
Marley, Kitty and Santana go hunting for Mercedes, Kurt, Blaine, Brittany and Mike, all of whom have mysteriously disappeared. He knew he wasn't good enough for Rachel, but that didn't stop him from loving her.
Puckleberry babies are on the way, and the New Directions collect together to welcome the twins into the world. What will happen when through chance and friends they meet again?
With hostility growing in the hearts of their human neighbors and the other Packs loosing faith in the Anderson's ability to protect their children, now more than ever Blaine needs a strong partner at his side, and yet it seems like everyone would rather Kurt focus on the den - including Blaine!
But Kurt has never before taken a back seat just because someone told him to, and he certainly isn't going to start now. Noah Puckerman had thought he didn't know how to love her at twenty, but at twenty-eight, years too late, he'd learned better.
Rachel Puckerman had never expected to become a single mother. And as painful as it was, in the end, he thought loving her meant he'd have to let her go. Inspired by this prompt at the puckracheldrabblememe: "Shelby dies. When his on stage kiss with Rachel at Nationals blows up in his face he panics and tells a lie. The Glee club turns their misdirected anger on the little diva.
And she definitely hadn't planned on being a widow. Noah was supposed to be beside her, pushing the sweaty hair off of her forehead and out of her eyes. In her will, she says Puck can have Beth's custody - only if he marries Rachel." Rated M to be on the safe side, though probably closer to T. In Rachel Berry's future memoir (working title: It's a Metaphor), she's now going to have to include a chapter titled: "How I Became a Mother at 16." It goes hand-in-hand with the chapter that's constantly undergoing revisions titled: "My Complicated Relationship with Noah Puckerman." Season 1 AU.
Artie and Tina can'tfigure out facetime, Mike and Brittany are making out on a hospital bed, Kurt's started a revolution with the fashionable nurses, Santana can't get up, Beth's a goth and Puck is in a closet. Santana's getting bored because Sam ditched to explore Puck's closet, and she's stuck in her chair, and quite pregnant.
Marley, Kitty and Santana go hunting for Mercedes, Kurt, Blaine, Brittany and Mike, all of whom have mysteriously disappeared.
As Pack Westerville recuperates after war with a dangerous vampire coven everyone looks forward to a new addition to the Alpha family.
Only there are some who still worry that Kurt isn't fit to be the Alpha's mate.