Ryan Murphy Clears Up the Confusion About Glee's Graduating Cast (and by "clears up" we mean "totally obfuscates")
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Remember how Ryan Murphy announced that Lea Michele, Chris Colfer and Cory Monteith would be graduating and leaving the show at the end of next season, and the entire world went wackadoodle? Then remember how Brad Falchuk said at Comic-Con that they would be graduating, but definitely not leaving the show? Seems it's not just the characters on Glee who suffer from continuity issues. Deadline broke the news late last night that Ryan Murphy had intended to write a New York spinoff for Lea, Chris and Cory; but now he's not. Because his delicate Executive Producer feelings were hurt. Or something. You can read the real interview at Deadline; or, and I strongly recommend option B, you can read Heather Hogan's dramatic re-enactment at AfterEllen.com. As for me, I'll be plotting creative ways to punish the Murhpy for going into spinoff talks with Lea without including Dianna Agron. You might wanna sleep with the lights on tonight, lyin' Ryan.