On the heels of this week’s killer episode, Glee could use some more juicy story lines like the likes of “The First Time” (although to be honest, I was most looking forward to the juicy-ness of the gay bar scene). And what could be more juicy than splitting up Klaine?
Grant Gustin made his Warbler debut this episode as Sebastian, one of Glee‘s new “villains” this season who makes no bones about going after Blaine. Episode 5 won’t be the last of him either, he’ll make a swift comeback in episode 8. Though Gustin himself isn’t sure just how long his character Sebastian will stick around:
“I could stir up the pot and then peace-out or I could be around for a while.”
But he does know what’s on Sebastian’s agenda:
“Sebastian knows all he wants and needs to know about Blaine. He’s on the prowl. I don’t think getting to know Blaine better is No. 1 on his priority list. I think stealing him is No. 1. He’s very straightforward. He doesn’t care who he upsets with what he does or says, which is not me at all.”
Hey, if somebody has to break up Kurt and Blaine, might as well be as “sex on a stick” sexy as Sebastian. Who else has already taken a liking to Grant Gustin’s character? Or is it just me?
Speaking of “juicy plots”, we’re about to get some for Santana (Naya Rivera), Will (Matthew Morrison), and Emma (Jayma Mays).
I’m betting Santana’s probably has to do with her coming out in episode 7, but what about Will and Emma? Think their “juicy” stories involve each other, Wemma fans? Hit the comments!