The Glee season two finale came and went this week and a majority of fans reacted in a similar fashion:
Rachel didn't know Cats was long off Broadway?!? Quinn got a haircut and instantly welcomed the reunion of Finchel?!? And, more frustrating of all, the group really wanted until the day before to come up with songs for Nationals?!?
Indeed, storyline holes plagued "New York," leaving viewers worried about the show's future and its focus on sending societal messages over actual, consistent storylines. Can producer Brad Falchuck quiet those concerns? He spoke to EW about plans for season 3...
Might Sunshine return to William McKinley? Unsure. We have some big plans for next year.
What will happen when so many characters graduate next year? We have plans, definitely. This is not a willy nilly thing. We have plans for stuff and it’s gonna all be great.Will Santana come out as a lesbian? That’s a big deal. We dedicated two episodes to Kurt coming out and then it went on. We want to give it some time so we’re giving it some time and we’re going to get into it next season.
Why did we get so little Wemma on the finale? There was a Will and Emma scene but we had to cut it for time. The Will and Emma people can rest assured that they’re both single now and he’s helped her get better. There will definitely be some hot action there.