On the last episode of Fox's Glee, Blaine (played by Darren Criss) asked Burt (Mike O'Malley) for permission to marry his son Kurt (Chris Colfer). Burt discussed the request with Blaine plainly, telling him that he did not need to rush into anything and that the two were too young to think about such a permanent decision.
While what Burt said makes some sense, Blaine is not deterred. In the fourth season finale, which airs tomorrow night at 9 p.m. ET, Blaine moves forward with his plan, asking Sam (Chord Overstreet) to serve as his best man and even going ring shopping.
Criss talked about the storyline recently and seems excited to see it all go down.
"Blaine's fixing to get engaged and he wants to propose. Blaine is really excited about the progression of what's happening with marriage equality in the country and he's getting really invigorated by the excitement in the air. We're obviously miles, if not light years ahead of where we were as little as five years ago and Blaine gets wrapped up in that. He really wants to be a part of it, though I think he's a bit young. Marriage equality is one thing and getting married when you're far too young and not ready for it is another, which could be an interesting thing to explore. When you do look at marriage equality, then you look at the mature side of it, which is: OK, now that this can happen, let's treat it as responsibly as everybody else should in the world. We'll see if Kurt and Blaine do. I don't know if they do, but he definitely wants to get married," he said.
Without spoiling too much, Criss does not think viewers will be left waiting for an answer very long.
"I don't know if it will be a cliffhanger. I don't know how they're going to cut it. We shot a variety of different things and I don't know what they're going to use. It's good to end a season on a cliffhanger, but it also ends at Regionals so we still have a year to go -- there's no graduation or anything," he added.
What do you want to happen?