'Glee': Are Finn and Rachel getting back together? Plus, Kurt and Blaine finally have their moment
Time for a "Glee" relationship status update! In short: It's complicated.
Let's talk about our Dalton boys first. In tonight's Regionals episode, "Original Song," a death in the Warblers family (the canary) moved Kurt (Chris Colfer) to sing "Blackbird." The song, in turn, moved Blaine (Darren Criss) to... well, make out with Kurt.
"Kurt," Blaine said, "There is a moment when you say to yourself, 'Oh. There you are. I've been looking for you forever.' Watching you do 'Blackbird' this week, that was a moment for me. About you. You move me, Kurt."
We died of adorable overload.
In other relationship news, the Quinn/Finn/Rachel triangle gets more triangley every day. Quinn staked her claim on our favorite autotuned quarterback in one of Dianna Agron's best scenes this season.
The thing is, we're pretty sure that Quinn doesn't love him as much as she loves the Prom Queen crown that he could put on her head.
(Speaking of which, what happened to all of Quinn's character development? She seems to have reverted back to the hypocritical, manipulative nasty we met in the pilot, minus the Cheerios uniform.)
Finn hasn't caught on to Quinn's agenda -- as we know, it usually takes him a while to catch on to things in general -- but we can't help but notice that he's been spending an awful lot of just-friends-I-swear time with Rachel. Even Quinn noticed a possible longing look between Finn and Rachel as
It looks like Finn/Quinn may not last long enough for them to share prom royalty. Our money is on a Finnchel reunion by the season finale.
As for the other relationships you're wondering about? Here's the general round-up:
Will and Holly: That's still on, though they've taken their eye-sexing off screen.
Will and Emma: Um, no developments this week, which was weird, because we were hoping for some resolution to all of last week's loose ends.
Santana and Brittany: Still awkward.
Santana and Sam: Still boring.
Brittany and Artie: Still boring.
Puck and Lauren: Still based solely on his obsession with her weight.
Mercedes and Tater Tots: Still her only storyline this season. Still offensive.
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