While Kurt’s plan to hook his dad up with Finn’s mom — in order to get closer to Finn — may have failed to yield the desired results for Kurt, the newly blended Hudson-Hummel family seems to be sticking around “Glee.” At least for the time being.
“I’m going to be doing more scenes with Mike O’Malley (Burt Hummel),” Cory Monteith tells Korbi TV. “In the episode ‘Theatricality,’ we shot this scene … a fantastic scene with Mike and Chris Colfer who plays Kurt, and it’s amazing. Finn really — and this is a bit different than you would expect — discovers a side of himself, a very dark side of himself. A very unsavory reaction to the situation going on for him.”
Might that dark side carry over into his dating life? Now that Jesse St. James has joined New Directions and stolen Rachel, will he and Finn come to blows?
“I think you’re going to see a little bit of the old one-two [punch].” Montieth says. “[But] I can’t tell you which way it’s going to go.”
Check out the video below for more from Monteith, including the possibility of Finn singing “Jessie’s Girl” and if thinks the Finn-Quinn relationship is really done…
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