”I think for any relationship that got such a killer start as the two of them it’s good to have some troubled water,” Criss said. “I think it’s good to show young people especially that really strong relationships — when they do part — it’s not necessarily the end. It’s sort of a new chapter for both people. I like that they’re very much staying in each other’s lives.” Although Criss likes their time apart, he is still holding out hope for a happy ending. “Of course, I want to see them together in the end. Duh,” he said.
When asked what he would like his character to do post-graduation, Criss was unsure, except to say he really wants to see Blaine work for it. “Regardless of where it goes, I would like to see Blaine struggle. He’s a very privileged young lad who went to a private school, probably has a bit of money. Big things happen for him all the time that I’d like, if he does have everything going for him, [for him] to realize that things don’t get handed to you,” Criss said. “You have to work really hard. Things aren’t served to you on a silver platter.”
[HQ Stills] GLEE: Blaine (Darren Criss, L) and Sam (Chord Overstreet, R) seek advice from Emma in the “Naked” episode of GLEE airing Thursday, Jan. 31.
Klaine AU (Part 2): Quinn’s plan isn’t exactly coming to fruition after Kurt stands Blaine up on the night of their “date.” After changing up his look to feel more at home in the midst of the Cheerios, enduring the wrath of Sue Sylvester, and pretty much flip-flopping his whole life so Kurt would acknowledge him, Blaine isn’t happy. Which means Kurt’s about to get an earful.
I cannot EVEN.
I’m Not Gonna Teach Your Boyfriend How to Dance With You