Glee certainly wrapped up their debut season on an emotional note. As for those tears that New Directions shed? They were the real deal.
"Just so you know, no one needed any help crying," reveals Glee's producer and director Brad Falchuk to E!. "They all did it on their own without the use of tear enhancers."
What else was bona fide legit from the ep? Will's smooch with Emma. Get this -- Jayma Mays, who plays McKinley's resident germaphobe guidance counselor, didn't even know the kiss was coming. "I pulled [Matthew Morrison] aside and told him to kiss her. Her reaction is totally real," Brad continues.
As for next season, Jesse St. James (Jonathan Groff) and his Quinn's-baby-adopting-coach (Idina Menzel) may be back for another helping.
Executive producer Dante Di Loreto spills that Jonathan "came out on the tour with us and the audience loved him. I sure hope he gets a chance to come back on." Ditto for Broadway legend Idina. "I hope there's an opportunity for her to be back," he confides. "I think she's a really interesting character."