Now where do you think Ryan and Ian and Brad can go for season three, considering how big… I mean, it almost gets to the point where every episode is such a big event. Where do you think they can go in season three? Do you have an idea where they might be going?
I have no idea. I mean, I can only speak for my character, and I know that I’ve certainly been pitching tons of controversial storylines and directions to go in, which I know we’ll see… we’ll see where they go. But I don’t know. Lucky for me, that’s not my job. I mean, thank goodness it’s not. Because I don’t know. It’s awesome that we only have to top ourselves.
Alright, give me a possible controversial storyline, if you don’t mind, that you’ve pitched.
Ohhhhh… I can’t tell you… I can’t tell you because I’m really pushing for one, and I can’t tell you because I know if I tell you, then it probably won’t come true, but it’s really good.
Anything you’ve pitched and gotten rejected?
Not yet. Not yet, no. Well, I mean, I did one like on the tour. I really wanted to fly over the audience in the harness, which they said no to, but other than that, that’s about it.
Yeah, because if Spider-man can’t do it, you can’t do it.
Well I mean, yeah, I know. Exactly. I mean, it’s the same insurance policy. It shouldn’t be too much for them. But no, I don’t know. Fingers crossed. I’m really hoping for it. It would be controversial, but it’s something that happens every day.
I’m trying to not get nervous over a controversial plot for Kurt. I mean, I like Chris Colfer (at least what I’ve read about him). I think he’s pretty imaginative and rather mature for a 20 year old. But I just have this irrational fear for Kurt. I mean, does he need a lot more drama? Has he not cried enough? Can’t he and Blaine just be happy for a season and let, say, Puck, have something major going on? Or Mercedes?