Kurt assumes Blaine is dating Karofsky | Archive of Our Own
He was dating Kurt's high school bully who threatened to kill him, stole his first kiss, and . Just as he said that, Blaine and Karofsky strolled in. In the two-hour Season 6 premiere of Glee's final episodes, Blaine and Kurt were revealed to have had some really bad moments in their lives since we last saw them. Kurt ended his engagement with Blaine and broke up with him which left Blaine in a really terrible place. Klaine, the pairing of Glee's Kurt Hummel and Blaine Anderson, has make him quite happy, and even dating a new guy – Dave Karofsky, the closeted bully turned kindly bear. Or is this Glee's idea of generous fan service?.
So I got this idea when the spoilers started coming out and I just had to write it down. I was really disappointed when I realized Grant Gustin wouldn't be in season 6 to play Sebastian. This is just something that I decided to write since I wanted Sebastian. No I don't own Glee. If I did this wouldn't be the last season and Blainokfsy wouldn't be a thing. Karaoke at 8 on Friday!
Kurt read the sign with interest yet with a heavy heart. He was dating Kurt's high school bully who threatened to kill him, stole his first kiss, and bruised his entire body throughout high school. Kurt had to move on and singing at a gay bar seemed like just the way to do it. He had most of his wardrobe from New York, but he felt it wasn't enough.
She walked in and sat on his bed with a quizzical look at him. Then, all of the sudden, she screamed.
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Not really," he added. You can tell me all about it tomorrow," Rachel said as she rifled through all of the shirts in his closet before settling on a deep navy button-up.
Kurt finally settled on a pair of white skinny jeans. He gave her a skeptical look before finally accepting it.
Kurt took a deep breath and began to get dressed. It had become a place that he had become accustomed to visiting ever since he arrived back in Ohio. It wasn't that he was drinking heavily. He was drinking more than he should, but he was a frequent visitor in hopes of forgetting Blaine and meeting someone else.
He checked his hair in his visor mirror before getting out to the crisp fall air. Kurt took a deep breath and then walked with faux confidence into the bar.
It was packed, but nothing had started yet. To calm his nerves, Kurt decided to get a drink. Cut the crap and get me a beer," Kurt said, irritable after being insulted. I was only referring to you as that because it was what I remembered. However, it is no longer a true statement. I can't say that though, right?
Blaine might kill me. Even getting a roundabout compliment from that meerkat wouldn't change how he felt at the moment. Born This Way Santana, in order to bring Kurt back to the school and make herself favorable to win Prom Queen, blackmails Dave after finding out his sexuality by telling him that if he won't be her gay beard and prom date, she would reveal his secret to the school.
Seeing as he has no other choice, he accepts. With the blessings of Principal Figgins, he and Santana start an anti-bullying group called the Bullywhips.
Dave apologizes in front of the Glee Club He makes an apology to the members of New Directions for his past actions against them, especially to Kurt, and notes that he will have to earn their trust. The Bullywhips has been successful in creating a safer environment in the school and according the Principal Figgins, since the inception of the club there has been no bullying cases reported. Burt still holds a grudge against him for threatening the life of his son; however, Kurt, although still skeptical, wishes to talk to Dave alone and sends the adults out of the room.
Kurt asks him what his real reason is for starting the anti-bullying group, and Dave claims he just wants to make everything right.
Kurt reminds him that he remembers the kiss and hasn't told anybody anything. When Dave asks him why he hasn't told anyone about the kiss, Kurt replies he doesn't believe in outing people but still accepts them for who they are, though he does add that Dave owes him the truth for his silence on the matter.
Dave confesses that it's part of Santana's plan to become prom queen and people might vote for them if Kurt comes back. Kurt then stresses to Dave that even if he is unable to come out to the world he needs to be educated, and he tells Dave to help him co-chair a local chapter of Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays PFLAG. Prom Queen Dave and Santana go to prom together.
Kurt's date to the Prom is Blaine. In order to get more votes Santana promises Kurt that the Bullywhips will escort him to classes so he won't get bullied. When Dave brings Kurt to his class, Kurt tells him that he thinks people don't care if you're gay or straight any more, to which Dave disagrees. Kurt tells him that he sees how miserable he is, and he doesn't hate him anymore because he only sees the pain Dave is in.
He also tells him that he may not have to come out the next day but maybe soon the time can arise where he can. Dave wins Prom King Dave suddenly starts to cry and tearfully tells Kurt how sorry he is. Kurt reassures Dave that he knows. When someone passes by, Dave quickly gets his act together, thanks Kurt, and walks away reminding Kurt to "wait for him" so he can walk him to lunch.
Let Him Go, a glee fanfic | FanFiction
But I also love Max and I love that character and I sorta want that character to have a happy ending. Chilling, terrifying, horrifying, yet, at the same time, heartbreaking. In "The Sue Sylvester Shuffle", when the football team is forced to spend a week working with the glee club that Karofsky and other members have been bullying, the "softer side" of his personality is seen, especially when he's performing with the club.
Schuester was able to spot. I don't think he's ever allowed himself to do that ever in his life, to dance or learn a song, especially to do that in public. Doing that was such an obstacle to overcome. However, his behavior had changed for the worse in the former episode before returning to the good in the latter. Amy Reiter of the Los Angeles Times commented that it was testament to the writers and cast that Karofsky's kiss startled the audience as much as it did Kurt, and commended the transitioning of Karofsky from a faceless jock into "a nuanced character with a back story and hidden motives of his own.
It was nice to see him let loose a little and dance, but all his back-and-forthing about glee was a little confusing. They're both people trying to do the right thing, but they're also both people who are defeated by their own weakest impulses. They're both hemmed in by the decisions they've made and their inability to be true to themselves".
Whatever awards Chris Colfer and Max Adler get nominated for in the next six months, they earned 'em during this conversation, where Kurt wondered if maybe, just maybe, he wasn't getting bullied because kids were indifferent to him being gay, not because Karofsky was serving as his security detail.
And Karofsky's break—his first true apology for bullying Kurt, and his first tentative step toward admitting the root cause of his anger—had me reaching for the Kleenex.
Tell me I'm not the only one hoping Glee will keep journeying down Karofsky's difficult road toward self-acceptance.