andrewtbrooks Finding our zen, preparing for the return. @hrhchriscolfer #tbt #glee
My piece for the klaine book! The unseen moment i chose was klaine coming home from a long rainy day out in NY! Ah i wish we had more of them just going out in the city, so much beauty in it! *3*
When I find myself in times of trouble,
Joaquin Sedillo comes to me,
Speaking words of wisdom
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- Klaine book project mods
I came back after a long offline.
I saw the spoiler.
I’m going offline again, because… What the fuck, Glee? Why the fuck, Glee? Glee!!! Urgh
Max Adler has booked a return visit to the Fox musical and will reprise his role as former bully-turned-openly gay good guy Dave Karofsky, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
Adler’s arc is said to be major and he’ll appear in at least four of the final 13 episodes of the series. Sources tell THR that Dave may now be romantically tangled with Blaine (Darren Criss), which is surprising news since season five ended with Kurt (Chris Colfer) and Blaine seemingly better than ever as a couple after performing at a glitzy showcase for the all-powerful social mover June (Shirley MacLaine). However, Glee co-creator Ryan Murphy told reporters in April that the final season would feature a time jump — and focus more on the core original cast members — which could mean Kurt and Blaine have split after that. Or, knowing Glee, it could all be part of an elaborate dream sequence.
OH MY GOD
WHERE IT ALL HAPPENED
"I remember seeing ‘Aladdin’ when I was five or six and loving it. I looked at the big screen and said to my mom, ‘Whatever this Genie guy does, I want to do.’ Mom said I couldn’t be a genie, but that Robin Williams, who did the voice-over in the film, was an actor. So I said, ‘OK, then, I want to be an actor.’"