Glee's Co Creator Brad Falchuk Gives Insight Into Major Couples Break-ups Season 4
Filed by Cheryl | Aug 17, 2012
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Glee's Co -Creator Brad Falchuk gives an interview with TV Line and says that Season 4 will definitely have one of the major Glee couple to break up.Who will it be? Brad gives some insight about what is about to unfold in Season 4 . Spoilers!!!
Glee writer Brad Falchuk has fans squirming in their seats after comparing season 4 breakups to the Titanic disaster! Yikes!
In an interview with TVLine Falchuk had this to say about all of the major couples heading in to season 4:
“All of the core relationships are tested. I’m not going to say who breaks up and who doesn’t, but they all — Santana/Brittany, Kurt/Blaine, Will/Emma, Rachel/Finn — get kicked in the nuts. And it’s all about how do they recover — and can they recover? And some don’t. Absolutely some don’t. Of those couples, not all of them are going to make it. It’s like Titanic.”
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When talking about Kurt following Rachel to NYC (oh they’re talking about that), Falchuk said:
“Long-distance relationships are hard. They’re not impossible, but they’re really hard. And with all the couples we’re really trying to look at what it takes to have a relationship when one person leaves. It’s particularly hard when somebody graduates high school and someone is still in high school. The second you graduate high school you’re in a different world. You see things differently, your needs are different, your perspective on things is different. So I think it’s a pretty tough challenge.”
Finally, Falchuk admits that relationships will not be an integral part of season 4:
“Relationships in general will be less of a focus this year. I personally think a lot of these characters are more interesting not in relationships. And I think with a lot of them we will be exploring that. Whether they break up or not, we’re really focused on giving them more individual stories.”
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