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Hello Gleeks. I'm Joslyn Davis for ClevverTV with some hot 411 on Fox's hit show Glee. Ryan Murphy, the mastermind behind Glee, is already dishing what fans can expect to see come season 3. According to the Hollywood Reporter, show-runners are only planning one "tribute" episode, unlike seasons 1 and 2 when there were several. As far as the characters are concerned, Sue Sylvester "will get a major, 20-episode arc" involving the winner of Oxygen's "The Glee Project." Ryan Murphy is very pleased with the winner they chose. He is very open about the fact that Rachel and Kurt are "two characters [he] is very fond of personally," and he added that "they will always get great material." As far as Rachel is concerned, Ryan Murphy says he's "really interested in seeing [her] gay dads" and that "maybe now is the time to do [that.]." We can also look forward to Chris Colfer having a "really fun uplifting story line after the heaviness of last year." Poor Heather Morris' character Brittany isn't likely to have as much luck though. With a the writers starting to set the stage for the Glee characters to graduate and move on, Ryan Murphy says he's "sure" she'll get straight Fs, and that he wouldn't be shocked to see her flunk. Still no word on which members of New Directions will be leaving the show, but Murphy did say the show will continue to be anchored by Matthew Morrison and Jane Lynch. So what do you guys think about everything coming up in season 3? Are you excited or sort of sad about the possibility of some of your favorite Glee Club members leaving McKinnley High? Let us know right here and keep it Clevver all the time by following @ClevverTV on twitter. Thanks for joining us today -- I'm Joslyn Davis and I'll catch ya later!