When you look back at Chris Colfer’s work from the second season of “Glee,” there was by and large a great deal of drama and sadness often associated with it. The bullying storyline was an important one to tell, but at the same time it also forced us away from some of the humor the character brought to the show the first time around.
Thankfully, we can pretty much confirm that we will see a funnier Kurt at times this season — we’re hearing that the character is going to be spending a great deal of time with Lea Michele’s Rachel early this season, and that there will be a much greater balance between happy and tough moments versus what we saw in season 2.
We also know that there is going to be some sort of plot relating to Blaine potentially joining McKinley High to spend more time with Kurt — and Colfer told The Huffington Post a few more of this thoughts on the subject:
“We’ll see, I mean I think they definitely want to be together. But I also love the dynamic of him being at a competing school and them having that Romeo and Juliet type situation. I think it’s good material either way.”
Do you think it is time for Kurt and Blaine to actually attend the same school?