an interview with EW, Colfer talks candidly about expecting some major flack from the the usual TV watchdogs, like the Parents Council, about going all the way.
Personally, I have a feeling it's not going to be as raunchy or even risque as people expect. I think the show's handling of the gay romance between these two characters has been so sweet and incredibly well done, to the point where their relationship has truly become the heart and soul of the show.
Also having their first time on tonight's episode will be Finn and Rachel, played by Cory Monteith and Lea Michele . I think it's smart to have both of these first occurring at the same time because it really sends home the message that love is love, no matter what the gender combo. In fact, it's so smart that I employed the same device in my own teen novel, TALE OF TWO SUMMERS (now available as an eBook). How's that for a plug! Anyway, if the prom episode from last season is any indication, I think tonight's very special episode of GLEE is going to be a winner.