Spoiler Alert: Do not read the following article if you've yet to watch Glee's season four finale. Seriously, you've been warned, so don't be that guy who complains about spoilers in the comments. Everyone hates that guy!
So. Much. To. Process.
Glee's season four finale was jam-packed with action, including the answers to several burning questions, such as, who in the glee club was Catfishing Ryder (Blake Jenner)? And if Blaine (Darren Criss) would really put a ring on it (it being Kurt's (Chris Colfer) finger, by season's end? Oh, and did we finally find out if Rachel (Lea Michele) landed her dream Broadway gig?
Brittany Is Leaving: "I really miss my sweet, sweet lady kisses," Brittany says after breaking up with Sam via text and then quitting the Cheerios. Why? No one knows, so Sam calls in Santana to find out what's going on with her ex.
We find out MIT offered her early admission and she has to leave right now, leading to her mini-breakout. "I'm really going to miss you guys, you guys are like my family," she tells the group before they perform at Regionals.
She shares a sweet moment with Sam, where they exchange I-love-yous, before turning to Santana. "You don't have to say anything," Santana tells her. And that's that, aside from the duo walking off stage together later, arm-in-arm.
Broadway, Here She Comes?: Though we see Rachel absolutely nail her audition song, Céline Dion's "To Love You More," we've yet to learn if she's landed the coveted role of Fanny in Funny Girl by finale's end. Not cool, show. Not. Cool.
A Breadstix Proposal: Though Blaine planned on proposing to Kurt, who doesn't even consider Klaine "a couple" at the moment, guest stars Meredith Baxter and Patty Duke were the only couple to end the finale engaged, with Duke proposing to Baxter in front of Kurt and Blaine during dinner at Breadstix. Awww! as for Klaine? Stay tuned, as they didn't end the season together!
Catfish Mystery Revealed: Ryder finally learns who was Catfishing him: Marley (Melissa Benoist)! Except, not really, as Marley just says it's her to protect a scared Unique (Alex Newell). "It got way too deep to stop," Unique explains of why she did it. "I reached out to you because I liked you." Ryder's reaction? "I'm not going to talk to you ever again." Ouch. He then announces he's leaving Glee club after their performance at Regionals.
And the Winner Is...: Oh, and New Directions won Regionals! See, a lot went down in this episode!
Including a hug between Ryder and Unique while celebrating their win. There's hope yet!
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