“I have to admit, I’m a hardcore Rachel/Finn fan, just because they’re like the Ross and Rachel of the show,” Jonathan said. “So even though they’re very far apart right now, I’m always rooting for them.”
Yet with Rachel in New York and Finn (Cory Monteith) still in Ohio, fixing the ex-lovebird’s broken relationship won’t be easy. Jesse hasn’t appeared on Glee since Season 3 Nationals, but at that time, it seemed clear he was still carrying a torch for Rachel. Is it possible that Jesse might show up in NYC to try and win her back?
“You never know. I left the first time and I never thought I’d be back, but they ended up asking me back a couple of times. There’s no plan right now but you never know.”
“I’m working on an animated Disney film that I’m doing a voice for,” he told us. “I’ve been working on that for the past couple of months so that’s something I have on the side — but other than that, basically looking for the next gig.”
That next gig could mean returning to his roots in theater, going after another TV show, or even diving more into movies. In fact, Jonathan is at Sundance for his new movie, C.O.G., an indie comedy based on the word of David Sedaris. The film also stars Pretty Little Liars’ Troian Bellisario (Spencer).
“Right now the prerequisite is good material and good people,” he told us. “I’m open to anything as long as I like the project.”