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For a lot of Gleeks, last week’s episode of Glee, “The Break Up” was a tough one to get through with Blaine apparently cheating on Kurt. Now, Darren Criss opens up about his theory and what he hopes happens with Glee’s arguably favorite couple.

While it was unclear exactly what happened between Blaine and this Eli C. person, it has still lead Darren Criss to speculate about what could eventually happen with Kurt and Blaine if the pair are officially over, in this bit from TVLine.com:

Question: In Glee‘s “Break-Up” episode, it was left pretty ambiguous what exactly Blaine did with Eli. Was that the intention? Are we to decide for ourselves if it was sex or something less severe? —Matt
Ausiello: Darren Criss tells me he has “his own theory” about the exact nature of Blaine’s infidelity. ”It’s very open-ended,” he concedes. “We don’t know who this person is or what this decision was.” Regardless, Criss hopes that if the “Klaine” split does indeed stick, “I would love to see them be a part of each other’s future relationships…. If Kurt meets someone new and they are having some problems, I hope Blaine is the person that Kurt calls and says, ‘This is really tough for me.’ And vice-versa. If Blaine meets somebody, he goes to Kurt. That happens in real life with all kinds of relationships. You create a bond with somebody and regardless of what happens, in the end the bond is there for the rest of your life. And I think that’s an excellent message to show young people: The end doesn’t mean it’s the end. It’s just a new chapter.”

Wait just a second! Let’s not rush and say something crazy here! While it’s still too young of a heartache to make these kind of calls, these are thoughts that are probably going through a lot of our minds as we stew over the break up throughout the next four weeks (the show is currently taking a brief hiatus).

We love Darren’s words about the end not being the end – just a new chapter.

What are your thoughts about Klaine. Are they done forever, and they’ll end up being best buds, or do you think they have what it takes to get through this? Kurt seemed somewhat over it when he threw away Blaine’s card at the end of the last episode.

Comment away and let us know what you think!

  • GeekGirl101

    If they date other people, but remain friends, I’m…more or less okay with that. As long as they aren’t dating.

  • http://twitter.com/Jakkpf Jack F

    I think they will get back together, probably at the end of season four in the finale or something. That of course is given that they broke up, but it was so open-ended we don’t know.

  • Ev42

    I liked Kurt and Blaine as friends. Before Klaine, they were some of my favorite (albeit fictional) humans ever. I think it’ll take a lot, a lot of time and talking and getting over it / not blaming each other for it to happen, but yeah. Why not. They were good to and for each other before they got together.

  • http://hypable.com John Thrasher

    Although we’ve seen some storylines, I still feel that Kurt and Blaine need to go through something really intense for them to realize what they mean to each other. I HATE saying this but I have this weird feeling that Burt is going to die or something this season and that Kurt will find Blaine to be the source of happiness that he was meant to be all along. As unfortunate as death is, it almost ALWAYS brings people closer together. Or maybe we’ll find out some more about Kurt’s Mom and that could bring Blaine and Kurt together? As a creative writer myself I just feel that there needs to be an emotional event to bring them back together – something different than just talking it out.

    • CLM

      John I agree with that theory- apart from Burt dying because he is just the best dad ever! If it happens that would kill me! I agree that it would take something very drastic to make them realise that that need to be in each others lives- in any type of capacity.

    • GeekGirl101

      No, no no no no no. Why can’t people just accept it, sometimes couples do not get back together. He CHEATED on Kurt, that’s unforgivable. I can give you a long list, point being, I can accept them as friends later on, at the end of the season. BUT they shouldn’t get back together, they both need to find someone else who will give them what they really need.

      • MissPilsbury

        We don’t know that he did actually cheat, unlike other relationships on the show where this has been a factor and we have actually seen the deed being done, I will take back my words if it turns out to be true but we don’t know as yet what went down as it were. I say give Blaine/Klaine a chance until we find out exactly what happened.

        • GeekGirl101

          Nope, I gave Blaine and Klaine a chance when it all started. I’ve been cheering for a breakup since The First Time.

          • Maggie

            Well, if you’ve been rooting for a breakup since the First Time, that definitely makes it hard for you to see this objectively. Honestly, while it’s true that we don’t really know the severity of Blaine’s indiscretion, even if he did cheat, couples come back from things like that all the time and it happens in pretty much every tv show on the planet. I think having it be a one-time thing and having Blaine confess pretty much immediately makes an eventual reconciliation much more realistic than if he’d been sneaking around behind Kurt’s back or something. I think this story is honestly more about Blaine’s issues than cheating. We’ll see, but I have absolutely no doubt that they’ll get back together eventually.

      • http://twitter.com/_unforgiven Maj Elisabeth

        Cheating really isn’t unforgivable on Glee though, so the writers will probably throw them back together.

    • http://twitter.com/MsBiancaYvette Bianca Avila

      Perhaps, we will hear about Blaine’s past? With his father who doesn’t accept his sexuality and those bullies from the dance?

    • http://twitter.com/MariiaSimon María Simón

      Yes… I do think something like this may happen. But honestly, I don’t see them as a couple any more… I love the dynamics in their relationship back in season two, so I really hope we have some of that back.

    • Alex

      I don’t think they will use the “Burt Could die/dies” card again. it would be repetitive.

    • Alex

      I don’t think they would use the “Burt could die/will die” card again- it would be repetitive and- cruel.

  • Corin Boswell

    Of course Kurt is going to be dismissive of Blaine’s note at first b/c like you said, the hurt is very fresh. Having just watched a friend struggle through infidelity in her marriage I can completely see any number if things happening when we come to the other side of situation. They could work through the as-yet-undetermined issues that Blaine obviously has and become a better couple (what happened w/ my friend and her husband and what I’m hoping for w/ Kurt & Blaine), completely fall apart and never speak (what I’m NOT hoping for), or stay in contact and be friends as Darren has suggested. Many possibilities and I’m anxiously waiting to see where they take this story line.

    • Jane Mulcahy

      i just really hope they get back together, I mean Rachel and Finn might of been sort of meant to be together, but Kurt and Blaine were just made for each other.

  • Maria

    I definitely think they’ll get back together. They’re one of the most popular couples on the show and are definitely the most popular with the media. I’m bummed that they had Blaine cheat, no matter what the situation was or what story they’re trying to tell, just because this couple was a great example of a happy, young gay couple for kids to look up to and, despite the fact that I think they’ll get through it, this has made them like every other drama-filled couple on tv. Anyway, I do think this story is going to be more about Blaine’s depression and frustration with himself than about his cheating, but we’ll just have to wait and see.

    • Ev42

      “because this couple was a great example of a happy, young gay couple” They really weren’t though – they started having issues in s2, and things got REALLY bad in s3. They haven’t been a good, healthy relationship in a very long time.

    • PotionWillow207

      “Drama filled couple on tv…” Really? You think that only happens on tv? I have yet to see a high school relationship that DOESN’T have drama like this. I find it immature and a bit pathetic, but it is perfectly representative of what teenage relationships are like. Especially when one of them has a dramatic personality like Kurt does.

  • Lisa

    I don’t think Kurt has ever been a great boyfriend to Blaine. He is often dismissive and insensitive and is always portrayed as the victim. How many people really stay with their first boyfriend/girlfriend forever? (Jeez if I stayed with my first boyfriend, the highlight of my life would probably be participating in the Redneck Olympics with Honey Boo Boo’s family.) Blaine and Kurt are young and there is much more to discover about themselves. They should meet and date others while they mature. There should be more joy, sex, heartbreak and love in their lives in the years to come. So Blaine…go forth young man!

  • http://twitter.com/SarahKHansen S.K.Hansen

    Sometimes couples get back together after one or both had cheated, but this is more common in couples that have a long shared history or couples who have built a life together. Blaine and Kurt only dated for a year and a half. Although that is long for HS tv show, it’s not long enough to build that kind of relationship. Plus, they are still just teenagers and at the moment they live in different states. If they get back together as a couple, I see it happening after they rebuild their friendship and maybe try dating other people for a few seasons.

  • http://www.facebook.com/alysia.dugan Alysia Dugan

    Hopefully they are totally, 100% broken up. While I know a lot of people will take back their cheating partners, a cheating, long-distance partner is not worth the heartache and constant worrying. I wouldn’t mind seeing them be friends again, as I think they were much better as friends, but I will probably abandon Glee for a long while if they get back together.


    I am not trying to blame anything on Kurt, but let’s look at things. The most supportive thing he has done is give him flowers on the stairway. He went to Dalton, where they fell in love. He left his new boyfriend and went back to his old school just to compete in Nationals. Kurt begged Blaine to transfer to McKinley for his senior year, knowing full well that Blaine was a junior and would be by himself the following year. After joining New Directions, he didn’t defend Blaine when he was being attacked by the other members, partiucularly his own step-brother, Finn. He was upset over Blaine’s injury from Sebastian’s attack but when he had the evidence to sent the sociopath to jail, he gave the meerkat the tape without discussing it with Blaine. Regardless of the Sebastian/Blaine phone conversations, he was exchanging sexy texts with another guy and blamed it on Blaine’s lack of attention. What is it with this character sometimes? And then the most inexcusable, he didn’t take his phone calls. Blaine is not blameless, and he has made some real mistakes, mostly the advice about Karofsky and dealing with Sebastian, but I am sick of hearing “Poor Kurt”.

    • Alyssamz

      hallelujah. Finally someone sees it. Kurt is NOT a nice person or especially boyfriend…

      • Really Larry

        It is beyond my comprehension how they have written his character into this selfish thing. After the first season, everyone had such feeling for Kurt, but I just can’t dredge up caring much anymore. He lost me when he hit the Decline button when Blaine was calling. That was it. Blaine deserves better.

    • Bradlee Scott

      I want to print this out, frame it, and pray to it every night. Seriously.

    • http://twitter.com/Twin_Klainer1 Tina Scott

      You’re completely right, yes Blaine has “possibly” made a very big mistake but he isn’t also without fault. Kurt hasn’t exactly been the best boyfriend. Blaine has done more in the relationship than Kurt has & their biggest problem is that their communication sucks, they don’t talk enough about what each other wants & they only admit a real problem when one or the other does something that they shouldn’t even be doing. But I still have faith that they will work their problems out.

    • http://twitter.com/Tygridia Tygridia

      ikr! I am pretty mad with the script-writers because after all that, Blaine cheated and now he is “the bad one” for everybody.

    • http://twitter.com/abrahammy Claire Abraham

      Well, it looks like you have gone to substantive lengths to blame everything on Kurt entirely. He went back to McKinley because the split narrative was very bad for the show. Blaine fans should be awfully glad Kurt asked Blaine to transfer to McKinley, because Darren Criss would have been an infrequent guest star if he had not. It absolutely boggles my mind that a narrative change that was made for the express purpose of making Darren Criss a regular rather than a guest has been regularly used as a whip to beat Kurt with. Perhaps you would have preferred him to stay at Dalton and show up twice a year?

      I agree that Kurt handled the Sebastian attack badly. I agree that the texts to Chandler were a terrible idea – every inch as bad an idea as being friends with Sebastian, although not nearly as bad as sleeping with Eli. I thought ignoring the question about the bow ties was very insensitive. However – and anybody contemplating the work force needs to understand this – it is not appropriate to talk chat with your boyfriend on the phone while at work. Never. Ever. Kurt’s mistake was not in refusing the call while he was at work, it was in arranging a phone date while he was on the clock at all. He could well have been fired for that.

      A story that concluded with Blaine breaking up with Kurt because he did not have time to attend to him would have worked perfectly well. That is what I was expecting. It would have been logical, and it would have been Blaine taking the appropriate course of action for his situation. Ryan Murphy actually had Santana give a speech in which she declared long-distance relationships to be impossible, and it is clear to me that this was the “message” of the episode. However, in making Blaine cheat on Kurt hours after they worked through a plan to meet up in two weeks, the writers created a game-changing dynamic that cannot be waved away. I can agree without question that Kurt’s actions created an atmosphere in which Blaine might decide that he is lacking the support he needs, yes. But the idea that Kurt caused Blaine to cheat, that he’s responsible for the way this breakup took place, that he’s MORE at fault than Blaine is, is just infuriating to me. IMO, Kurt deserves better.

  • Lauren

    I want them to get back together eventually. They were my favorite couple on the show and I think that they are really good for each other. I understand that the writers wanted to mix it up a little bit and add some excitement to the show by ending a lot of relationships, but I really want Klaine to reunite eventually.

  • theklainer

    If klaine is officaly over….I’ll die

  • rebecca

    Honestly, I hate Blaine, I love Darren, but not Blaine

  • chan

    Listen up everyone you all no what you think on the blaine and kurt matter, here’s what i think. yes blaine cheated on kurt which is bad but kurt ignored blaine when he needed him the most. i think kurt should forgive blaine as they make the perfect couple everyone deserves a second chance. yes kurt begged blaine to move to Mckinley but it was also blaine choice in the end. really look into the facts people read between the lines. i bet everything will be ok in the end. as we still dont know whether they,ve actually broke up thank you for listening. by the way blaine and kurt are only character darren criss and chris colfer are amazing remember that.

    • PotionWillow207

      I find it interesting that you say Kurt and Blaine are the perfect couple, yet look at all the stupid and selfish things that have happened in this relationship. Kurt whines to Blaine all the time about how he is treated unfairly and bullied for being gay. He pretty much ignores Blaine’s phone calls for awhile because he’s too busy celebrating his success at Vogue.com instead of sharing with his boyfriend. Blaine “cheats” on Kurt. So where is the “perfect couple” part? News flash: there’s no such thing as a perfect couple.

  • poppins

    Hmmm do I see a future for kurt and im not even going to try to spell his name so the footbal player (lol) who shows up in New York and kurt tells him Blaine cheated. They start going out and the rest is history.

  • mleigh

    I have so many theories about what happened – and the flashback I think will be step one toward understanding what happened the night blaine was “with someone”. He was so overcome with remorse that to belive that it could not have been just a casual encounter – it sounds as if the actors themselves did not know the full extent of the encounter with Eli when filmint “the break up episode” – but to get that upset about texting and meeting someone face to face but walking away before something happend – that could be handled with a phone call not an emergent run to NYC to see Kurt face to face. I do think something happened when Blaine arrived at Eli’s house – with our without his consent. Glee has been know to take on some pretty heavy real life scenarios and I partially wonder if this could be the case (something put into a drink he was given??) – or Blaine was just upset and rejected enough that he let his lack of clear thinking take him into a one night stand. We won’t know until they reviel so unfortunatley we are at their mercy – which is right where they want us. The writters could easily push this out over most of the season with the two characters “working through” or resolving the relationship – it isn’t going to be a simple resolve in any way. I do however think there will be a reversal here – when we first met Blaine he was the strong confident one and he was Kurts “hero” – I think this time Kurt is going to be Blaines hero. We have to admit that both Chris and Darren and so dang good at deep emotional scenes because they hold nothing back and get so into every second of if that you hold your breath when they interact – the writters are simply showcasing what the two have proven to be golden and keep the audiences talking (just like this) and can’t wait for more – for the longevity of the show they need us to talk non stop (expecially over filming breaks) they can’t afford to be forgoten – so they gave us something to not forget. Heartbreaking as it is – it’s good television

  • ilovekurt

    i read somewhere they get back together, so we’ll see. xoxox

  • cici

    kuet needs to talk to blaine

    • cici

      I meant kurt

  • cici

    if they break up for gud I will be devastated

  • lauren Siegrist

    i not kurt and blaine to back up and i want you guys to get back together and to kiss and i want guys to be boyfriends and make up

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