OK, so they're together, but not like together together...
But -- and there's always a but -- the pair
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Hope you've got your Kleenex!
Cuz Brad Falchuk is the onion of the day! And by that, we mean we're weeping over here. There's a growing river on the floor!
As much as we hate to say it, the executive producer has revealed some unfortunate news about the four main relationships in Glee.
"All of the core relationships are tested. I’m not going to say who breaks up and who doesn’t, but they all — Santana/Brittany, Kurt/Blaine, Will/Emma, Rachel/Finn — get kicked in the nuts. And it’s all about how do they recover — and can they recover? And some don’t. Absolutely some don’t. Of those couples, not all of them are going to make it. It’s like Titanic."
Oh no! Ohhh no… what about Kurt and Blaine??
"Long-distance relationships are hard. They’re not impossible, but they’re really hard. And with all the couples we’re really trying to look at what it takes to have a relationship when one person leaves. It’s particularly hard when somebody graduates high school and someone is still in high school. The second you graduate high school you’re in a different world. You see things differently, your needs are different, your perspective on things is different. So I think it’s a pretty tough challenge."
WHYYYY!?!!?! AHH HA HA WHYYY… *SNIFFLE*
"Relationships in general will be less of a focus this year. I personally think a lot of these characters are more interesting not in relationships. And I think with a lot of them we will be exploring that. Whether they break up or not, we’re really focused on giving them more individual stories."
OH, WELL YEAH! WE CAN TOTALLY AGREE WITH THAT!!
We just don't want our heart ripped out in the process. Y'all did enough of that in the Season 3 finale! LOL!!
Sigh… but we guess it is time for a change…
Whatever happens with these beautiful characters, we know they're in great hands. Now if you'll excuse us, we need to go clean our face.