Kurt and Blaine have been married for a few years when Kurt gets into an accident and ends up in a coma. He’s in a coma for awhile, and Blaine has to seriously consider pulling the plug, because he knows Kurt isn’t really living, and the doctors say the chances of him coming out of it are very slim.
Blaine is almost ready to do it when Kurt comes out of his coma.
But when Blaine is finally able to see Kurt, Kurt doesn’t recognize him. Kurt is upset and asking for his dad. After several tests, the doctors tell Blaine that Kurt has amnesia and his last memories are from when he was 14. He doesn’t even remember coming out.
Question:Please, please, please could you tell me if Rachel and Finn will be able to go through with their wedding on Glee? I am going crazy. — Farsia2010
Ausiello: Well, I can tell you this much: Either Rachel and Finn are gonna go through with it, or Will and Emma are, because the show is casting a burly, Eric Stonestreet sorta guy to play a wedding planner named Lavender. In other Glee news, the gay population at McKinley is about to go up by one. The fresh meat? Chandler, a masculine hottie who’s full of joie de vivre.
so i’m currently finishing up Once Upon, with the last two or three chapters going up over the next few days. but coming up next is another (probably slightly shorter) chapter-by-chapter story. here’s a sneak preview of what it’s about.
title comes from the Joshua Radin song of the same name.
No Envy, No Fear - Klaine D/s AU (nc-17)
Everybody already knows what they are before their marking day. You’re a Dom, or you’re a Sub, and it’s pretty easy to figure out which one you are once puberty hits and the hormones kick in.
But when Kurt Hummel is marked a Dom on his sixteenth birthday, nobody believes it. The jocks (all Doms themselves), irritated that they have no power over him, decide to make his life a living hell. But, Kurt figures, that’s just high school. It doesn’t change anything.
The only problem is, one of the jocks is a boy he doesn’t know. A boy he never sees, shy and hidden behind the others in a sea of letterman jackets.
Blaine Anderson is a Sub, but nobody knows it.
And he was just fine keeping it that way, until he saw Kurt Hummel.