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Glee 100 Episode Spoiler: Lord Tubbington and Fondue for Two Coming Back?

One unfortunate consequence of Glee's Brittany (Heather Morris) having hightailed it to Beantown is that we also haven't gotten to see her beloved cat/sometimes-nemesis Lord Tubbington. But it looks like that is all about to change in the show's highly anticipated 100th episode. Say cheese!

We of course miss Brittany's adorable relationship with Santana (Naya Rivera), but our second favorite Brittany relationship and it's a close second is her love-hate connection with her cat, Lord Tubbington. And we seriously cannot get enough of Brittany and LT's hilarious web series, Fondue for Two, during which Brittany always reveals some shocking secrets about her often-devious feline friend.

Now, it seems we're all in luck, as both Lord Tubbington and Fondue for Two appear to be back for Season 5, Episode 12: "100." A photo (below) of Lord Tubbington — a.k.a. Aragon, the cat who plays him — was snapped on the Glee set and posted on January 16 to Aragon's Facebook page, with the caption, "Aragon on set today more to come! Beautiful Day!!"

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We love how Aragon clearly gets the A-list treatment, as he gets pushed in that little carrier. If only we could receive that kind of pampering!

In addition, Glee camera operator Duane Mieliwocki posted a photo (below) from the set on the same day of a fondue pot full of cheese. Either Duane has some unusual snacking habits, or we're about to see another hilariously awkward webisode! And so we now can't wait to find out who the Fondue for Two guest will be. The suspense!

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Are you excited to have Lord Tubbington and Fondue for Two back?

Sources: Aragon on Facebook, Duane on Instagram

01.17.2014 / 12:00 AM EDT by Ryan Gajewski
Related: Glee, News, Spoilers, Brittany S Pierce, Glee Season 5, Glee Season 5 Spoilers

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