It seems that Glee‘s Ryan Murphy wasn’t quite done spoiling the fandom after all the reveals in his most recent Twitter Q&A. Late last night, he posted a video that scans across a page of Glee script he’s currently working on and describes two crucial scenes.

Watch the video that Ryan Murphy posted:

If you can’t quite make that out, here’s the transcript:


Will smiles, leaves. Finn’s fire to find Emma rages hotter—


Kurt stands atop a rooftop strung with paper lanterns as music plays. Pure romance. Blaine approaches, singing “Come What May” from Moulin Rouge. Kurt seems torn…

From this, we can establish two things. Firstly, Emma goes missing around the time of the wedding – a case of cold feet, maybe – and Finn is involved in finding her. And secondly, the script confirms that “Come What May” will indeed be sung between Kurt and Blaine, seemingly in New York, despite Murphy confirming that they have a duet at the Will/Emma wedding.

We’re quite interested in what’s happened to Emma, of course, why Will’s smiling, and why Finn’s involved, but we are calling shenanigans in regards to Klaine. It seems absurd that the writers would spoil so much of the upcoming reunion of one of TV’s favorite couples. We suspect a major Klaine twist, simply because they’ve told us too much already – as a writer, you don’t just put all your cards on the table like this. We have questions. Something is up. What duet are the boys singing at the wedding? How do they end up making out in a car? How come Blaine is suddenly in New York City? (If he had the means to get there to sing Moulin Rouge to Kurt, should he have used those means to visit him and talk things out before he ended up cheating?) Why did they bother casting Oliver Kieran-Jones as Adam, who’s sticking around, apparently genuinely lovely and awesome, and whom Chris Colfer seems to think has a chance with Kurt?

Our current theory is that the guys sing the song as a duet for Emma, it shakes up some feelings, they have their uncontrollable make-out, and then Kurt is unsure about what it means, whether it was a mistake or a sign that they should get back together. This rooftop scene may be a dream sequence of some sort, seeing as Kurt is meant to be back in Lima for all of this wedding drama.

But it’s Glee, of course. Literally anything could happen. We just have a hunch that, since Ryan Murphy is telling us all of this, there’s something even bigger that he’s not telling us.

What do you think? Is all this Klaine spoilery goodness a distraction from something else major?

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