What's Lea Michele hinting at?
[quote]A number of characters—seniors in the current season who will be graduating at the end of the season—have either been announced as returning next season or their actors have stated that they have been told they would be returning, including Rachel (Lea Michele), Kurt (Chris Colfer), Finn (Cory Monteith), and Santana (Naya Rivera). Michele described Murphy's plans for retaining the graduated seniors on the show as "groundbreaking" and "revolutionary for television".[/quote]
Maybe Rachel, Finn, Kurt and Santana will get killed in a car crash and be sent back as angels, only visible to the other kids.. There are a lot of "angel" songs out there.
Kurt gets attacked physically in a gay bashing and is hospitalized. Rachel insists on staying totake care of him and Finn is supportive of Rachel abpnd agrees. Santana is pissed which ignites her desire to champion for gay rights, so she stays.
A gay bashing or attempted suicide creates such drama prior to graduation that the aforementioned characters don't graduate non time.
Rachel already got suspended (shocker!) for her election shenanigans - maybe the glee club does something shady at sectionals/regionals that get them all suspended so they're held back and don't graduate.
Or Sue has them all fail gym so they don't graduate...
Good plot lines, r3, but I wouldn't consider them ground breaking or revolutionary.
Rachel stops trying to channel Streisand. Now THAT would be revolutionary.
They all Skype from their new apartment in NY!
There's a nuclear meltdown at the local nuclear power plant and all four characters meld into one hideous mutuant albeit one which can sing and dance while at the sane time being snarky and sassy (sassiness courtesy of Santana)
Mr schusterman decides to start ip a community theater and the kids stay to help make his dream come true.
The Glee club wins sectionals and is offered a gig to go on the road ala the Partridge Family.
Bump bump bump
Is Darren Criss itching to get out of the show and do other projects?
R10 Darren is so much better than the show.
They all flunk.
They'll start blogs.
Somrpething happens to either the mom or dad in Curt and Finn's family (health crisis or death). The boys stay in town to be supportive, Rachel stays to support Finn.
Sue connects Rachel, Finn, Kurt and Santana together to form a human centipede, rendering them unable to leave Ohio to fulfill their dreams.
Now that would be cool, R8!
Like most midwestern kids, once they get into the real, competitive world of show business, they fail miserably and end up doing internet porn.
Odd bump of a very old thread R17, but it's nice to have the chance to say that Murphy did nothing "groundbreaking" and "revolutionary for television" in retaining the older actors. Ridiculous hyperbole from Lea Michele as usual.
Will Schuester is found to be Lima's busiest pedophile.
Most of his former students are now in group sing-therapy.
What he does is revolutionary, R19. He has his characters act so differently from week to week that you are always wondering if what you are watching is actually a documentary on a city populated entirely by the schizophrenic.
Will the kids be popular in the regions?
So now we have what; two, three weeks before the next episode?
Any shred of consistency post wedding disaster will be tossed to the winds.
The show should be sponsored by JetBlue, or whatever airlines has cheap fairs from Cleveland to NYC.