The second season of Glee is winding down, and then means a couple things. Performances are going to be bigger, plotlines are going to be thicker, and the main couples on the show are going to see more onscreen action.
Cory Monteith and Matthew Morrison were ready to answer our questions about their TV love lives. In fact, one of them called their respective duo an "endgame relationship." The other dropped the word "backlash." Who said what? Well...
Cory told us that while he hasn't seen the scripts yet, he has a feeling about Finn and Rachel (Lea Michele). "People are serious about Finchel. They really are," he says, with a slightly terrified look in his eyes. "Finchel is [like] Ross and Rachel."
What does that mean to him? Check out our video to find out, plus hear what Matt had to say about Will and Emma's end of the season outlook. And the always amazing Jane Lynch dropped in to let us in on Sue's plan to take out New Directions.
Don't forget to check back for scoop on another Glee couple that has everyone talking...Kurt and Blaine! From their mouths to our ears, Chris Colfer and Darren Criss predict the future of fan favorite Klaine.