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Glee 3 Spoilers: New Blaine and Kurt Storylines

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Glee 3 Episode 3 is entitled Asian F, so I know you’re smart enough to have worked out that this is the episode where we get to learn more about  Harry Shum, Jr.’s character, Mike Chang and his relationship with his parents. But the really interesting SPOILERS about the next few episodes of Glee involve Kurt and Blaine.

First, though, things get heavy for Mike Chang as he butts heads with his parents and we get to understand some more of the pressure he is under.

Puck also gets a bigger slice of air time, which should be good after his adorable Beth-related scene with Idina Menzel (Shelby Corcoran) in this week’s I Am Unicorn episode.

OK, I’ve teased you long enough. Now for the Kurt and Blaine SPOILERS, so stop reading now if you don’t want to know in advance what happens to these two.

As if both guys trying out for the lead role in the school musical was not bad enough, another curveball gets thrown in courtesy of a love triangle. Blaine gets another guy from Dalton Academy as a distraction. Sebastian is to be played by stage actor Grant Gustin. Apparently his character is everything Kurt isn’t, so it will be very interesting indeed to see just how Blaine reacts to this new Glee bad boy.

Talking of bad boys, Karofsky will return soon and hopefully he will stop picking on Kurt and start picking on Finn. Actor Max Adler teases that Karofsky will be seen in some unexpected places. Surely not in a gay bar!

So now it’s over to you. What do you think will happen as we learn more about Mike Cheng in Asian F and beyond? Is Sebastian’s recurring appearance going to spell the end for Blaine and Kurt?

3 Responses to “Glee 3 Spoilers: New Blaine and Kurt Storylines”

  1. dangaa says:

    Okay so just to keep you up to date on your GLEE this is what happens…

    Blain gets his eye scratched from a slushie from sabastian what was supost to be for kurt causeing him to have a operation…

    Finn and Rachel and Mr Sheuster and Ms Pilberry Get Married

    Kawoski (however you spell him name) comits suicide but dose not die (he dose this for confessing his love for Kurt and gets bullied)

    And quin is on her way to finn and racheals wedding when she gets a text, while replying she unexpectaly gets hit by a truck


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  2. Gillian says:

    I hope not, honestly after everything if Blaine was to leave Kurt for a new guy i’d hate him. They’ve only just got together really and confessed their un dying love for one another. I would like to think that they are stronger than that.

    Otherwise it would be like when Blaine got drunk and said he loved Rachel x-x imagine that again but twice as annoying x.x i love klaine, everytime a gay couple comes on tv they split them up just like that.

    Maybe this is part of the ups and downs of the relationship that the directors wanted. because they didn’t want it to be a perfect relationship. I hope this means its just a test and they will stay together!!



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  3. Abby says:

    I hope it won’t! Blaine and Kurt will never break up! They’re gonna get married and live happily ever after! <3 Ur stronger than that Blaine!


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