Will Brody’s intentions with Rachel turn out to be noble, or was it ominous foreshadowing when Cassandra July commented on his long-standing interest in NYADA ingenue-types?
We already know Finn is getting a new love interest this season, but will this be a romantic courtship kind of situation or a torrid, shirtless affair that takes advantage of his post-Boot Camp hotness?
Can Sarah Jessica Parker’s Isabelle Wright be as delightful and nurturing as first impressions would have us believe, or is there a chance the insecure Vogue.com editor might end up stealing some of Kurt’s fashion-forward ideas in an effort to impress “Anna Wintour”?
Is there a logical way for Santana to join Rachel and Kurt in New York City without her becoming yet another McKinley High grad-turned-college dropout?
Will Blaine keep paying after-school visits to the mysterious Eli C, or will his newly single status lead him to explore the dangerous but undeniable chemistry he had with former Warbler foe Sebastian Smythe?
Sam and Brittany are totally gonna start dating, right?
Is Tina Cohen-Chang going to get her moment in the spotlight when New Directions returns to Regionals? (And pretty please, could it actually go well for her if/when that happens?)
Given the tensions in their relationship and the awkwardness they’ve experienced in the bedroom, how likely is it that Will might stray from Emma during his tenure in Washington, DC, on the “Blue Ribbon Panel to Improve Arts Education”?
Will Quinn have a new man on her arm when she returns home from Yale for holiday break, and if so, will there be any acknowledgement of/resolution to the budding romance she had with dreadlocked Joe at the end of Season 3? (Also: Will she have a limp or any physical impairment left over from the texting-while-driving accident that confined her to a wheelchair for a good chunk of last season?)
Now that the door has been opened for Sugar and Artie to date again, could the writers try to give Vanessa Lengies at least one good punch line per episode? (Okay, that’s more of a request than a question, but we’ve really been missing Sugar’s clueless brand of bitchery.)
When Mercedes comes to visit Lima from Los Angeles, will we get some flashback scenes to give us a glimpse of what her life looks like as she tries to break into the brutal music biz?
Will there be some type of competitive freshman-class singing event, or perhaps an off-Broadway audition, that might take Rachel’s focus off of the men in her life and put it back on her career? Also: Is she going to maybe make a friend or two at NYADA who won’t have a romantic interest in her?
Who will Sue’s celeb baby daddy turn out to be?
How will the show’s writers develop the Marley-Jake-Kitty triangle in a way that it doesn’t play out like a carbon copy of the Rachel-Finn-Quinn story arc from back in Season 1?
What story lines are you most looking forward to when Glee returns in November? Any burning questions percolating in your mind? Share them now in the comments!