When last we left Quinn Fabray, the newly-inducted McKinley High cheerleader got into a tragic car accident en route to the Finchel wedding, and until recently we had no idea if she would even survive.
Spoilers since have confirmed that Dianna Agron’s character is definitely alive when Glee returns, but perhaps not so well. As seen in recent set photos, Quinn will be wheelchair-bound – although whether she has sustained any permanent injuries, we’ll have to wait until new episodes to find out. We do get to see a couple more behind-the-scenes photos though, tweeted by Life Rolls On.
“Peep @LifeRollsOn’s @BrianaWalker w/@GleeOnFOX’s @DiannaAgron as LRO athletes shot a #skate segment yesterday!”
According to Wetpaint Entertainment, Life Rolls On is “an organization that supports people with spinal cord injury by helping them participate in action sports like surfing, skating, and snowboarding”. Does this mean that it’s more likely Quinn won’t be able to walk again? E! Online reports that she does strike up a friendship with Artie (Kevin McHale) – yep, sorry Quartie shippers, it’s just as friends:
Already with the couple name? Well, that might be a bit premature because for now, Quinn (Dianna Agron) and Artie (Kevin McHale) will only find a friendship with each other. But it’ll be a special one.”
Glee‘s been quite the emotional roller coaster already, and TV Line spoils for us that it can only get more emotional from here:
A Glee insider tells me that Season 3?s final six episodes will be “super-emotional — everyone cries when they read [the scripts] — in a good, satisfying way.”
Must mean there’s a happy ending, right? Discuss Quinn, the accident, and what you’ll expect from the rest of the season in the comments – but first, here’s one final maybe-spoiler for you. John Travolta may or may not be making a special Glee guest appearance in season 3 episode 16, “Saturday Night Glee-ver”. You’re welcome.