“Glee’s” fourth season has raised all sorts of questions so far, and outside of the relationship status of some of our leading men and women, the story that we have seen the most questions about as of late has to do squarely with what in the world Dianna Agron’s Quinn Fabray has been up to. With the actress spending most of the past few months shooting a movie overseas, Quinn has been missing in action in every shape or form.
So when Quinn does come back, it does look as though the writers are going to be wasting no time in reintegrating her into the story. According to a brand-new report from TVLine, we are going to see Quinn during the Thanksgiving episode trying her best to sort out Becca Tobin’s new character of Kitty as a mentor. But is she going to be a positive influence on her, or something else entirely? That is what is a little bit of a mystery at the moment, but we do know that Santana is not going to be too pleased with what Quinn is up to. Why? It turns out that Kitty has been particularly awful to Brittany as of late, and Santana does still have a soft spot for her her girl, even if they are no longer together. (Aww.)
While we understand the obvious impulse by Ryan Murphy to pair up Quinn and Kitty for a story, we’re not sure that we really want to see this character be redeemed. Why? This is pretty much the road that we have seen pretty much every other character go down on the show over the years, even with some people such as Sebastian who started out as pure evil. It would be both nice and realistic to see yet another reminder that not evey person out there can be changed.
What do you think about what part of Quinn’s story is going to be?