"Glee" guy Will Schuester has been playing the field a bit since he split from his wife Terri.
But there was the short-lived relationship with Emma, the bed-sharing with April (Kristin Chenoweth) and the passionate make out session with Vocal Adrenaline's coach, Shelby (Idina Menzel).
spent some one-on-one time with Matthew Morrison
who tried to explain his character's deal. "Will is in a confusing place in his life," Morrison says in the video interview below. "I mean, this is the first time he's been single in 15 years, so you know, there's a rediscovering of yourself and who you are as a newly-single person."
So, will Schuester get a chance to truly sow his wild oats?
"I'm down for the cause. If they need me to do that, I will oblige," Morrison insists.
Probably not with Menzel's character though. Apparently, Menzel wasn't exactly a fan of their kissing scenes. Watch the clip to learn why not. Morrison is also spilling on whether he thinks Will and Emma belong together, what was so cool about working with Neil Patrick Harris -- whom he affectionately refers to as "Doogie Howser" -- and what NPH's character, Bryan Ryan, was originally supposed to be called.
As for the next lady in Will's life, Sue Sylvester and the supposed sexual tension between those two does come up. Could they ever? Would they?
"That would be just crazy," Morrison says. "But 'Glee' is known for doing crazy stuff, so we'll see what happens with that. I might try to seduce her, who knows... she might try to seduce me."
In truth, it is Bryan Ryan who finds himself digging what Sue Sylvester is dropping like it's hot. Wait 'til you see this Tuesday's (May 18) ep.