One day after Glee aired its winter finale, which included an attempted suicide, a win at Regionals, a near-exchange of matrimonial I do's, and a surprise car wreck, Grant Gustin was back at it...auditioning for film roles while the regular cast shot its next episode.
At the moment, Gustin doesn't know the fate of his controversial alter-ego Sebastian, the smarmy Warbler introduced as this season's threat to New Directions. Karofsky's tragedy appears, for now, to have...
Spencer Grammer, Scott Michael Foster, Lea Thompson, Jim Abele
When Greek returns, Cappie (Scott Michael Foster) and Casey (Spencer Grammer) will be heading into an uphill battle to save their relationship. Enter Cappie's parents, who come to town to help the new pair find some clarity. TVGuide.com sat down with Lea Thompson — who plays Cappie's mom, April — on the set of Greek to find out how the parental units will save the couple during the '80s themed episode. Speaking of the 1980s, Marty McFly's mom — now 48 — also discusses how Back to the Future shaped the, you guessed it, future...
Question: I need to know the title of the movie in which the line "You break his heart and I'll break your face" originates. Can you help me?
Answer: It's from the John Hughes-scripted teen movie Some Kind of Wonderful (1987). Tomboyish drummer Watts (Mary Stuart Masterson) says it to Little-Miss-Perfect Amanda (Lea Thompson) when Amanda goes on a date with aspiring artist Keith (Eric Stoltz), on whom Watts has had a crush since they were both kids.