Glee Spoilers: Who is Recurring? Who is Proposing?

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Having tackled one controversial subject this week, a school shooting, Glee will focus on another later this spring.

E! News confirms that veteran actresses Patty Duke and Meredith Baxter will guest star as a lesbian couple that has been together for 25 years, first appearing on the Glee Season 4 finale and then recurring on Glee Season 5… assuming there IS a Glee Season 5.

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How do they figure into story lines? Sources say that - SPOILER ALERT!!! - Blaine will propose to Kurt to close the season, going to a jewelry store to purchase a ring and meeting Duke's character as the salesperson.

She and Baxter's character will then serve as Klaine's mentors as the relationship progresses.

And, yes, insiders acknowledge this plot was inspired by the ongoing Supreme Court debate in California over same-sex marriage.

So sound off now Gleeks: Are you excited for another topical storyline? And how do you feel about a Klaine engagement?!?

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Blaine and Kurt aren't even together, or living in the same state. Yet they're going to get engaged?! Is it any wonder there are people who won't take gay marriage seriously.

Glee Quotes

Rachel: This is what I wanted!
Sam: No, what you wanted was a second chance to get it right and Carmen just gave it to you. If you throw all that away you're going to be making the same mistake all over again

Finn: I seem to recall a rumor about a certain cheerleading coach at this school who once took horse estrogen and posed for Penthouse back in the day. So maybe I can just track that down and make a few copies and sell those to raise money for Regionals.
Sue: That's nothing but a rumor. But if that rumor were true, my Penthouse centerfold so groundbreaking that it completely redefined the term 'hirsute,' and gave birth unto these United States a pose so limber they named it the Regal American Not-So-Bald Spread Eagle, I promise you, my friend, you would never find it.