He is just completely awful.
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With the first part of the 100th episode set to air tonight, it's clear as day the end of McKinley as we know it is on the horizon. Not to mention the end of a Glee era by the time season 6 rolls around!
So, before it all ends, the cast members revealed what they'd like to see happen for their on-screen personas!
Lea Michele declared she wanted to do a lazy episode, which would totally be a far cry from Rachel Berry's hard working ethic:
"I'd like to do a whole episode in bed, where Rachel is sick and has to lay in bed in comfy clothes for an entire episode."
"We want to see each other animated."
"I would love to meet Blaine's parents. They've alluded to Blaine having some kind of daddy issues and it would be cool to see that. … Blaine has been like five different characters so I'd like to have a parental story arc to understand why that happened."
Even though Sam is traveling to the city, Chord Overstreet doesn't want the country tunes to stop for his character. He said:
"I'd like to sing a classic country song. That's what I grew up singing and writing with my dad being a country music writer. Sam has had a lot of hardships and been through so many ups and downs that I'd like to see something for him where he may have stumbled onto something great."
Jane Lynch wants her snarky high school principal persona to express herself in classic Glee fashion, through song!
"I'd love to have her do something serious in the way the kids do, where she sings a song because she can find no other way to express herself than in song. Sue hasn't had one of those."
Luckily for Matthew Morrison, an item on his bucket list was already crossed off on a previous episode of Glee:
"Make 'Em Laugh was my bucket list. Getting to do some classic songs like Fred Astaire and Gene Kelley did was a dream come true. If I could have written a show for myself, this would have been it. I've gotten to use all the stuff I've been training my whole life to do. It's been amazing."
How amazeballs would it be if all of their bucklet list wishes came true?!
We can definitely see Blaine's parents help him move to the Big Apple and Sue Sylvester getting a big musical number!
However, we're pretty sure Rachel getting sick would be the death of her, figuratively of course! She's been fighting this whole time to keep Santana from getting her Fanny Brice role!