Dianna Agron, who plays Quinn Fabray on the FOX musical series, is spotted on a wheelchair during the filming of the show on Tuesday, February 21 in Los Angeles.
"Glee" leaves fans guessing about the fate of Quinn Fabray following a shocking scene toward the end of its winter finale. However, a new picture taken from the set of the show might provide an answer about the beloved character's future after [SPOILER ALERT!] she is involved in a traffic accident while heading to Rachel and Finn's wedding.
In the photo, the Quinn depicter, Dianna Agron, is seen sitting on a wheelchair during the production of the show taking place on Tuesday, February 21 in Los Angeles. It leads to a speculation that the Yale-bound McKinley student might survive the car crash, but is not able to walk.
Another shocker featured in the February 21 outing of "Glee" is Dave Karofsky who attempted suicide after being outed and bullied by a football teammate at school. Asked if his character will return after the hiatus, Max Adler revealed, "I won't be in the next episode after that, but as for the future? There's [nothing certain]. I would love to portray this character the rest of my life... But as far as actually knowing what's happening down the road? I don't know; we'll just have to see what happens."
On the beautiful life Kurt envisions for Karofsky, the actor commented, "That's basically what gives Karofsky hope that there will be someone that will love him for who he is and he won't have to keep this mask on and continually hide himself from the world. And that, to me, is the message that I would love for people to take away; you can be yourself."
Though Karofsky has declared his love to Kurt, Adler believes that his character never dreams of a future with Blaine's boyfriend. "I never thought Karofsky lusted after Kurt. I never saw it as sexual; I always saw it as a yearning for a genuine human connection," he explained. "Karofsky's whole life has kind of been playing this role and being what everyone wants him to be and tells him to be."
He added, "But [then] he sees Kurt as a beacon of hope - somebody that can truly be who they are, say what they want to say, feel what they want to feel, and not really care what society has to say about it. Karofsky finds that so incredible and has such respect for Kurt... I think there is a true friendship there. Kurt really is the guy that helps Karofsky see the light and brings him out of his darkness."
Defending the inclusion of the storyline on the fun show, Adler stated, "To me, it's the paradox that you're showing high schoolers with their wide-open future and optimism and hope and they can do anything, but you can't show that without showing the struggles, fears and anxieties that one has about not knowing the next step or not knowing who you are or what to do. It's necessary to go there and to show that on TV so that you can appreciate the other side of things."
"Glee" will return with the remainders of season 3 in April. Beside the fate of Quinn, the upcoming outing is expected to address whether or not Rachel and Finn tie the knot.
Last scene of "Glee" episode "On My Way":