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James shares why the ‘Glee’ episode feels so special.

Here it comes: Spring, my favorite time of the year, when everything’s new and fresh and promising. Outside my study window, the magnolia tree is exploding into magenta bloom under an azure sky — and to top it all off, here comes Glee…literally and figuratively!

On the night of Glee’s visit, our theater at Pace University was packed with 750 ebullient fans, front and center among them the master’s degree candidates of the Actors Studio DramaSchool, as the stars of Glee paraded out on our stage — Matthew Morrison, Jane Lynch, Cory Monteith, Lea Michele, and Chris Colfer, led by the series’ co-creator Ryan Murphy.

They’re all there, waiting for you on Bravo at 8/7C on Monday, April 9th. You’ve never seen anything like this episode — not on Inside the Actors Studio — and maybe not anywhere else. The episode is a non-stop cascade of revelation, confession, songs and dances — on the screen and live on our stage.

Full disclosure: I admit to a bias toward this episode and these people and Glee because of the world from which I came to Inside the Actors Studio. It’s precisely the world to which Rachel Berry, Finn Hudson, and Kurt Hummel aspire, and from which Lea and Matthew come — the Broadway musical theater, they on the stage and I behind the scenes as the lyricist and book writer of two musicals, Nowhere to Go but Up and Sherry!

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'Glee's' Jane Lynch: Season 3 about what's next for the kids

Jane Lynch confirms what has widely been said about the coming season of "Glee": It will focus largely on the core characters and what the future holds for them — both related to and beyond this year’s show choir competitions.

She also admits that the guest star-heavy, tribute episode-studded second season was a bit of a roller coaster.

"We had a great season last year, but we did kind of go all over the place with guest stars," Lynch said during a conference call about her job as host of the Emmys (more on that here). “[We] had a lot of fun with that. [This season] we’re kind of honing in on the stories of these kids, especially in light of the fact that several of them will be graduating at the end of the year.”

The world after high school will weigh on seniors Rachel (Lea Michele), Finn (Cory Monteith) and Kurt (Chris Colfer), Lynch says, and that will motivate them as much as getting back to nationals with New Directions.

"We’re seeing where they go with their intimate relationships and with graduation looming ahead," she says. "It’s not just about working for … sectionals, regionals, nationals. It’s kind of about what these kids are going to be doing with their lives. So it’s pretty interesting, but a lot of fun.

Lynch also says she “hasn’t seen any evidence” as to whether one of “The Glee Project’s” winners will become Sue’s nemesis, as reported earlier this summer. There’s still plenty of time for that, though, as she says the show has only shot three episodes so far.

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