Michael Ausiello of EW.com’s The Ausiello Files recently talked to the Glee cast and got a few hints at what to expect in the back nine episodes. If you want to know some spoilers about Artina (Artie + Tina), Quinn’s pregnancy, Finn’s new sport interest, and “Project Redeem Terri”, then read on!
Question: What’s going on with my fave Glee couple, Artie and Tina? —Stephanie
Ausiello: They say it’s always darkest before the dawn, and, to hear Jenna Ushkowitz (Tina) tell it, these two are nowhere near the dawn yet. “You will definitely see more conflict between Artie and Tina,” she says. “After the first 13 episodes, it was left like, ‘What’s going to happen?’ Fans will get a little resolution.” Yes, but will it be the resolution they want? “The episodes,” she promises, “just get better and better.”
Question: Is Quinn still gonna be pregnant when Glee comes back? – Gia
Ausiello: I’m not gonna answer your question, I’m gonna let Quinn herself, Dianna Agron, do it. Dianna? “I am still pregnant” when the show returns in April, she says in character. However, she won’t reveal whether Quinn will actually give birth this season. “Anything is possible,” she teases. “Have you seen those reality show where people… have babies in bathrooms and all kinds of crazy places? I might have to start watching those shows for inspiration.” In maybe-related news, Glee has issued a casting call for a pair of African-American infant twins. Coincidence? Yeah. A show insider assures me that Quinn is not going to pop out a surprise in the delivery room.
Question: Must. Have. Glee. Scoop. Please? —Hallie
Ausiello: Okay. Hallie. If. You. Insist. “One of us gets killed off,” Chris Colfer (Kurt) tells me, “when a flying tap shoe smacks us in the face.” But seriously… Cory Monteith (Finn), can you help? “I got yelled at for saying stuff,” he insists. “I got my hand slapped, so now I have to be on my best behavior.” C’mon, Cory, you can do better than that, and you, I and Hallie all know it. “I can tell you this much,” he finally confesses. “There will be singing, the show will still be called Glee, and it is now basketball season. Finn will still have time conflicts, thanks to his many interests.” Now, was that so hard?
Question: There’s a rumor going around that Jessalyn Gilsig is leaving Glee. True? —Matt
Ausiello: That’s one of those false rumors. I just spoke to Gilsig at Fox’s press tour party and she confirmed what I’ve long suspected: Project Redeem Terri will kick off shortly after the show returns in April — and there’s a good chance it’ll be set to music. “I think I will be singing and dancing [this season],” she told me. “I don’t know if I’ll do them at the same time. I think a song makes everybody forgiving — that and a sister with special needs.” And just like that, I’m a Terri fan. Behold the power of extreme likability and mad soundbite skills.