Looks like your wishes for a Puck-Rachel redux on Glee
has been, well, heard.E! Online's Kristin Dos Santos
talked to series executive producer Brad Falchuk, who was surprised with the gleekdom's reaction to that short-lived hot Jew streak a few episodes back.
Glee is available on Amazon Prime.
"We never expected that to catch on quite so well," he said. "So we'll have to do something about that."
Meaning Puck and Quinn will have a fallout, and Finn and Rachel will have a fallout, and everything else falls into place?
Well, on the romance front at least, we should expect some Artie-Tina sparks flying ("I think they will be a couple in a long time," Kevin McHale said). And the Finn and Quinn story unravels too, when we meet the parents--although apparently it isn't on a good note.
And, according to the folks behind the show, one of the recurring characters has Down's syndrome, and I guess it will be revealed quite soon. It seems the minorities are really well-represented on this show.
Tomorrow night, gleeks! Ready?
- Henrik Batallones, BuddyTV Staff Columnist(Image courtesy of Fox)