Matthew Morrison talks Wemma wedding and 'Glee' Season 4
"They have set a date," Morrison tells Zap2it at the "Glee" Season 4 premiere. "We don't have a color scheme. We just set the date. They're living together now, we're going to see that for the first time, but I don't think it's going to be as easy as they both thought it was going to be."
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The couple might be in for a rocky time, but Schue has proved he's a loyal guy and something tells us they'll make it through. Although Will and Emma didn't appear together in the Season 4 premiere episode, you'll see them in the first scenes of Episode 2, a.k.a the second Britney Spears tribute.
While Schue is struggling in his personal life, he's also struggling a little bit at work too. "I think after having won a national championship, he goes back to the glee club and he doesn't have that fervor like he used to have," says Morrison. "I think he needs to kind of pump himself up to get into this new season."
That inspiration could come in the form of the young Jake Puckerman ( Jacob Artist), who seems to have given Will the push he needs to be energized by teaching again. "He is in a way like the new Puck. I do have an affinity for him. He's got his bad attitude and I kind of kept my pimp hand strong for Noah, and so this year nothing phases me. I've seen it all."
With that in mind, Morrison's goal for Will in Season 4 is to influence kids beyond the McKinley High halls. "I'd like to see him kind of take his love for the arts and kind of try to see what he can do on a national level."
"Glee" now airs Thursday nights at 9 p.m. on FOX.