Warnings: Major Character Death
Relationships: Blaine Anderson/Kurt Hummel
Characters: Kurt Hummel, Blaine Anderson, Burt Hummel, Finn Hudson, Carole Hudson, Rachel Berry
Additional Tags: Huntington’s Disease, Illnesses, Death, Grief, Homosexuality, Community: glee_angst_meme, Angst
Series: Part 1 of Endings and Beginnings
Mama Hummel had Huntington’s Disease, and the Hudson-Hummel clan has to deal with Kurt’s inevitable early demise, because he inherited it from his mother.
↳ Kurt and Blaine are both time travelers. They’ve lived hundreds, potentially thousands, of years, and have the opportunity to live as many lives as they want, wherever they want, whenever they want. Blaine is pansexual and has had several lovers, wives, and children in his lifetime, while Kurt thrives on time and seeing the universe without really putting down roots anywhere, with anyone. They agreed ages ago to remain just friends (with benefits), and every few years, they “catch up” on their adventures.
‘Glee’ First Look: Blaine checks out engagement rings for Kurt! — EXCLUSIVE PHOTO
Gleeks, this one is gonna get you misty-eyed: EW has an exclusive first look at the Gleeseason finale, airing May 9 at 9 p.m., in which Blaine (Darren Criss) goes engagement-ring shopping for Kurt (Chris Colfer)! Commence swooning. Does this mean that Blaine will pop the question?
While at the store, Blaine meets an employee, played by guest-star Patty Duke, who’s part of a long-term lesbian couple (the other half is played by Family Ties‘ Meredith Baxter). The pair befriend Blaine and Kurt and give them some advice on love.
Klaine + Doctor Who AU: With Amy and Rory gone, the Doctor discovers that he misses travelling with a married couple. So he decides to find a new couple: newlyweds Kurt and Blaine.
“Welcome to the TARDIS!” The Doctor said with panache as he ran up to the counsel.
“It’s…” Kurt gasped.
“It’s…” Blaine breathed.
“Bigger on the inside?” The Doctor grinned.
“Horribly decorated,” they chimed in disbelief.
“Seriously, what is this color scheme?” Kurt muttered, looking around wildly.
“All of time and space and this was the best you could come up with?” Blaine said, eyebrow arched.
“Oy!” The Doctor cried. “No dissing the TARDIS, she taught me all I ever needed to know about style.”
“We can see that,” they intoned dryly.
“Shh, don’t listen to them dear,” the Doctor soothed, stroking the levers and knobs. “They don’t mean it. We’ve just got a couple of firecrackers on our hands.”
“Is he talking to the—”
“Let’s just go along with it,” Blaine urged. He cleared his throat. “So erm, Doctor? You were saying?”
“Right!” the Doctor cried, running around the counsel to them. “All of time and space. I can take you to see the start of this world or the end of it or the beginning of the next. I can take you to star cascades that stretch vibrantly violet from sky to sky. I can show you when Caesar ruled or when Charlemagne fell. I can take you across the seven linked galaxies to see the sapphire suns or to the Crack of the Alpha Quadrant so Mr. and Mr. Hummel—where would you like to start?”
The Doctor blinked at Kurt. “What?”
“Paris,” Blaine agreed.
The Doctor gaped. “But…that’s a plane ride away! I’m offering you all of time and space and you’re choosing Paris?”
Blaine shrugged. “It’s where we wanted to go on our honeymoon, but we didn’t have enough money.”
The Doctor’s shoulder’s slumped. “Well alright then. At least make it a little interesting?”
Kurt grinned. “Paris when the Moulin Rouge was at its height?”
The Doctor raced around, pulling levers. “Now that I can do! Maybe we’ll meet some monsters along the way!”
“Hang on tight kids!”
And with a pull of a lever, they were hurtling through the time vortex.