Did you start to worry when there were no signs of in Finn (Cory Monteith) in Glee’s Season 4, premiere? Well, there’s no need to fret. Glee creator Ryan Murphy is here to assure you that there will still be plenty of Finn in Season 4.
In a Twitter Q&A with fans on September 13, Ryan dropped plenty of teases on what’s to come this season on Glee, including interesting bits about the love triangle between Finn, Rachel (Lea Michele) and Brody (Dean Geyer).
Not only does Ryan promise that Rachel and Brody will have a real shot at romance, but he says that Finn vs. Brody is one of his “favorite things.” Sounds like the makings of a pretty interesting season to us!
Q: When will Finn be back?
Ryan: Hang tight. He's coming back and his part is bigger than ever.
Q: I really miss Finchel. I hope things get better for them soon.
Ryan: Oh it will. Finn vs. Brody is one of my favorite things.
Q: Can you give Rachel and Brody a real shot? Not everybody likes Finchel.
Ryan: Yes. Riot.
Q: When will Kurt sing next?
Ryan: Episode 3.
Q: Will Kurt get his own important storylines this season?
Ryan: Yup. Episode 3.
Q: What can you tell us about Kurt’s new boss at Vogue, Isabelle?
Ryan: Isabelle is sweet and vulnerable. She and Kurt become best friends.
Q: Do you think it's the last season?
Ryan: Hell no.
Q: What’s up with Sam and Marley - would they ever date?
Ryan: Sam is more like a big brother to Marley. A guiding light. He's very sweet and careful with her.
Q: Will Blaine ever sing with the Warblers again?
Ryan: Yup. Episode 7.
Q: Will Tina and Mike get back together? They were perfect.
Ryan: I agree. Tike forever.
Q: Will Tina get more solos?
Ryan: Jenna sings two songs in the next episode.
Q: Kitty the Cheerio going to sing?
Ryan: Next episode, bossy.
Q: Is the Britney Spears tribute going to be sexy?
Ryan: Incredibly sexy.
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