Darren Criss (Blaine) / Patty Duke (Jan) scenes from episode “All Or Nothing”



» 'Glee's' Darren Criss Previews Blaine's Planned Proposal


Wedding bells certainly seem as if they could be ringing in Glee’s fourth season finale as Blaine is definitely caught up in the wave of excitement washing over the country as same-sex marriage continues to inch closer to being legal in all 50 states.

During the Fox musical’s penultimate hour of the season, Blaine (Darren Criss) went so far as to ask Burt (Mike O’Malley) permission to marry his son, Kurt (Chris Colfer). What he didn’t count on, however, was for Burt to continue being the voice of reason and warn the teenager that there’s no reason he should rush the relationship, as they’re too young for marriage.

Despite the common sense talk, the promos for the fourth season finale, fittingly titled “All Or Nothing” as the proposal and Regionals are both prominent story lines, Blaine seems to be marching ahead with his plan — asking BFF Sam (Chord Overstreet) to be his best man and ring shopping where he meets the likes of Patty Duke.

The Hollywood Reporter caught up with Criss to preview Blaine’s big move and how the season will end for one of Glee’s most beloved (on and off again) couples.

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In Glee‘s fourth season finale, “All or Nothing,” the New Directions kids head to Regionals while Kurt and Blaine head to dinner with…Meredith Baxter and Patty Duke? As previously reported, Baxter, most famous for her role in the ’80s sitcom Family Ties, and Duke play a lesbian couple who crosses paths with the teenage twosome. “Jan, Patty Duke, meets Blaine in a jewelry store and says, ‘Why don’t you come have dinner with us?’” Baxter explains, which gives a chance for the younger couple to get a peek at what commitment looks likes years down the road. “We just talk. We represent a couple that’s been together for many decades.”

We spoke with Baxter about her character’s short but pivotal scene, possibilities for season five, and what all that talk of a possible proposal means, really. One thing we now for sure: She doesn’t sing — but would like to!

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: How’d you get the role?
They came to me, which is always the best way — that I was their choice. It was just presented to me and I was told that Patty Duke would be my partner and it was for Glee and they didn’t really need to say anymore. I was in.

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AUDIO CLIP: Patty Duke guest stars as a store clerk helping Blaine select an engagement ring for Kurt. (0:15)

[UHQ] New Promo stills from 4.21, “Wonder-Ful”