‘Glee’ season 4 notes: The latest from Darren Criss, Jane Lynch

Darren CrissAs we get ready to kick off the work week, why not get things off on the right foot with a couple of notable “Glee” highlights? If you want to see some scoop from the rest of season 4, all you have to is move forward beyond the video below.

First things first, we turn to the 2013 GLAAD Awards and Darren Criss. The actor, known for playing Blaine Anderson on the series, performed what seemed at first to be a simple take on Carly Rae Jepsen’s enormous hit “Call Me Maybe.” However, what ended up making this a little bit special is that he changed all of the lyrics to speak out about the current case in the Supreme Court, including the Defense of Marriage Act along with Proposition 8. Following his performance, he directly introduced the next presenter in Drew Barrymore.

As for that scoop we told you about, know this: Sue Sylvester is not appearing in Thursday night’s “Lights Out” episode of “Glee,” but she will have one more after that to follow it up. Speaking in a new interview with ABC News, the actress had the following to say about the future path for her character after she was dismissed from McKinley High over the gun incident (which was really a cover-up on her part for a student):

“As far as I know, I’m [still] in! I’m in the two episodes after this, so I’ll have a new [direction].”

While we know that Blaine is already suspicious of Becky Jackson as the real culprit, we don’t exactly know what he is going to be able to do even if he learns the truth. Will Sue be able to come back to school, or will she even want to? Hopefully, we’ll have answers to both by the time the finale airs.

If you want to check out some more “Glee” season 4 scoop moving forward to the end of the season, you can do so over at the link here.

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