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EXCLUSIVE DETAILS: Spoilers & Cory Monteith Smoking Weed On Glee Set?

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04/18/2013 10:45 pm
EXCLUSIVE DETAILS: Spoilers & Cory Monteith Smoking Weed On Glee Set?

Madeline Allen

Staff Writer


In tonight’s "Sweet Dreams" episode of Glee, former New Directions front man, Finn Hudson, takes his education to the next level at the fictitious University of Lima. Inside sources revealed, exclusively to PopWrapped, a bit about what to expect from Finn and Pucks explosive frat party. The colors of Fraternity ∆K Ξ (Delta Kappa Xi) are Black and Gold. The Frat party will be complete, with frat boys, hot girls, red Solo cups and Kegs. Inside the house; games of beer pong, keg stands and more.

Tonight, we’ll also get a chance to meet the fraternity Chapter president, as well as the pledge master, Chip, played by Casey Jon Deidrick, whose house party was saved when Finn and Puck rock out an impromptu performance of the Beastie Boys’ hit party anthem, “(You Gotta) Fight For Your Right (To Party!)” after the fraternity sound system stops working.

During the shoot, Cory was asked if he wanted beer when extras were playing beer pong, but he politely declined, asking for water instead; a request that the production crew was happy to oblige. Unfortunately, Monteith and Mark Salling (Puck) were also spotted smoking a weed-like substance out of a black liquid vaporizer during the shoot, leading us to believe that Monteith’s sudden admission to rehab was for drugs and not due to alcohol problems.  He has admitted publicly in the past to having both a marijuana and an alcohol problem.

Sources tell us there will be a Finchel call during the episode, in which some “big things” will happen.  This can only leave us to wonder how everything will go down between Finn and Rachel, as the writers only have this episode and the next to write his character off, for at least the rest of this season.

Are you ready to party with Puck and Finn for tonight’s episode, or does this story line hit a bit too close to home?  We wish Cory the absolute best, and commend him on his decision to seek help.


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