This is sort of what I want Seblaine to become. Lionel (the blond) being Sebastian and Marshall (the brunet) being Blaine.
For those of you who have never seen United States of Tara, Marshall and Lionel meet when Lionel invited him to sit at the “gayble” or the “gay table” in the cafeteria. Marshall joins the gay rights group that Lionel leads, and for a variety of reasons, their personalities clash. Marshall starts dating a girl, but becomes close friends with Lionel, who helps him out when he finally realizes that he’s 100% gay. Ultimately, Lionel encourages Marshall to lighten up a bit, and they fall for each other.
Sebastian is a lot like Lionel. He speaks his mind, he’s a natural leader, and for lack of better words, he’s kind of a slut. Blaine is like Marshall because he’s the down-to-earth, serious, nice guy who’s really just trying to find himself.
What I love about Moosh and Lionel is that at first they’re just a couple of friends who get themselves into mischief. I think RIB could start a Seblaine storyline without breaking Klaine up for a while, just by making Sebastian and Blaine friends again.
Just because Sebastian’s going to stop being mean to people after “On My Way”, doesn’t mean this is the end of his character development. He’s still a 16-year-old kid who sleeps around and parties at a bar all the time. They could explore that aspect of him. Blaine will be made uncomfortable by Sebastian’s antics, and through trying to be his friend and guiding him through his mistakes, slowly fall for him. Simultaneously, he and Kurt will drift apart in an equally natural way.
I’m not saying they should mirror the Moosh/Lionel arc exactly (for obvious reasons *ugly sobbing*), I’m just saying that I loved the dynamic between them, and see the potential of a similar dynamic in Seblaine.
Blaine to Kurt on November 8th.
Yes, the Warblers are the Sunshine Girls.
I’m not even concerned about Kurt’s face. Just look at the way Blaine clings to Kurt’s neck! Look. At. It!
In which Hitler finds out about the spoiler of Blaine Anderson being a junior.
He is not happy. At all.
(I saw this suggested this morning in this post. I decided to make it a reality. I wrote the subtitles and edited the video.)
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This scene hit me hard. Just seeing how excited Blaine was, and having him being attacked on his first day at school was just really sad for me to watch. Not to mention the fact that everyone else had been in some form of agreement at first, and Blaine was really just trying to be kind. I think the worst thing is that he might have actually thought he’d done something wrong.