Among the dramas to be played out in upcoming episodes of “Glee” is that of the relationship between Kurt (Chris Colfer) and Finn (Cory Monteith) – who made derogatory remarks about gay teens last season, rebuffing Kurt’s crush on him. So what’s ahead for Finn and his widowed mom Carole (Romy Rosemont), who now share the house of Kurt and his widowed dad (Mike O’Malley)?
Rosemont tells us she’s also dying to find out what series creator Ryan Murphy has up his sleeve. “It seems like Finn and Kurt have worked things out; now it’s time for the parents to work their stuff out. I’m sure it will be really interesting. One of the things I love so much about the show is that they tackle such difficult issues,” she says.
As for herself, “I would love for Kurt to have a potential mother.”
Rosemont is in the tricky position of putting herself out there for other work assignments while staying ready and free whenever she gets the “Glee” call. “I really like being part of this family, and I’m going to show up to dinner whenever I’m invited. You hope there aren’t conflicts, or that if there are, people will accommodate and work things out. That’s the life of a character actor, you kind of go on a wing and a prayer hoping things fall into place.”