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Jessalyn Gilsig as Terri Schuester
First appearance "Pilot" (2009)
Last appearance "Dreams Come True" (2015)
Created by Ryan Murphy
Brad Falchuk Ian Brennan
Portrayed by Jessalyn Gilsig
Alias Honey Badger
Occupation Retail management
Family Kendra Giardi (sister)
Spouse Will Schuester (divorced)
Relatives Kyle Giardi (nephew)
Max Giardi (nephew)
Joshua Giardi (nephew)Terri Schuester (née Del Monico) is a fictional character from the Fox musical comedy-drama series . The character is portrayed by actress Jessalyn Gilsig, and has appeared in from its pilot episode, first broadcast on May 19, 2009. Terri was developed by creators Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk and Ian Brennan. She is introduced as the wife of glee club director Will Schuester (Matthew Morrison). Her storylines have seen her experience a false pregnancy, attempt to adopt the baby of pregnant glee club member Quinn Fabray (Dianna Agron), and become involved in a love triangle between herself, Will and school guidance counsellor Emma Pillsbury (Jayma Mays).
Gilsig has characterized Terri as being emotionally still in high school, and lacking the skills to make her marriage work. She has explained that Terri feels threatened by her husband's commitment to the glee club, worried that it is pulling him away from her, and will stop at nothing to keep her marriage together. She does not know how long Terri will be featured in the series, as she was initially created simply as an obstacle to come between Will and Emma.
Terri has been poorly received by critics. The 's Maureen Ryan has called her "the worst thing about ", and the show's "one big flaw". Ken Tucker of has described her as a "shrill, lying nag", whose main function is to bring the audience down. Gerrick Kennedy of the , however, has praised Gilsig's acting in the role, and stated that his hatred of the character dissipated once her fake pregnancy was exposed. He noted that: "Gilsig's superb acting isn't exactly doing anything to extinguish those flames", and while he still isn't "in full-on Team Terri uniform [...] she did at least have my attention on the sidelines, as opposed to filing my nails until halftime. Baby steps, right?"
1 Storylines 1.1 Season 1 1.2 Season 2 1.3 Season 4 1.4 Season 6 2 Development
2.1 Casting and creation
3 Reception 4 References 5 External links
Terri is the selfish wife of glee club director Will Schuester (Matthew Morrison). Believing herself to be pregnant, Terri pressures Will to quit his job as a Spanish teacher at William McKinley High School, in order to take a better paying job as an accountant. She later discovers she has actually experienced a hysterical pregnancy, but hides this from Will, afraid he will leave her. After she confides her deception in her sister Kendra (Jennifer Aspen), Terri approaches the recently revealed to be pregnant cheerleader Quinn Fabray (Dianna Agron), with an interest in her baby. Terri briefly becomes the school nurse, albeit unqualified, and uses the position to keep a closer eye on Will, whom she believes may be cheating on her with guidance counsellor Emma Pillsbury (Jayma Mays). She is fired as the nurse by Principal Figgins (Iqbal Theba), however, after it is discovered that she has given the glee club members pseudoephedrine tablets. Terri and Kendra bully her OB-GYN (Kenneth Choi) into faking an ultrasound to convince Will the baby is real. In the episode "Mattress," Will uncovers Terri's ruse when he discovers her pregnancy pad in a drawer. He angrily confronts her, then walks out, but remains undecided over whether to end their marriage. Terri begins attending therapy, but Will tells her he no longer loves her and is leaving her. Later, in "Hell-O," Terri returns to warn Emma that she is not going to give Will up without a fight, and also reveals that the song that Will planned on dancing with Emma is also the song Terri and Will had danced to at their prom. Despite this attempted sabotage, Terri and Will still finalize their divorce; Terri then briefly befriends Glee member and newly hired Finn Hudson (Cory Monteith) as her protegee at Sheets-N-Things, because he reminds her of a younger Will.
At the start of the second season, Terri still wants her ex-husband Will back. She is nearly run over as she confronts Will and Emma when they begin to go for a test drive in his spontaneously acquired Corvette. Terri tells Will to get out of the car and they get into an argument, which causes Emma to leave the scene. The words simmer down and Terri advises Will to return the car to the dealership, because he cannot afford it. Before leaving, she says that Emma will break Will's heart again and he'll return to her eventually. In "The Substitute", Terri returns to take care of a sick Will. They have sex, but the next day when she sees Will's substitute, Holly Holliday (Gwyneth Paltrow) at his apartment having a beer with him, she becomes suspicious and makes several snarky comments to Holly. Even after Terri apologizes, Will tells her it is over. A heartbroken Terri promises Will he will regret it, and she storms out of the door. In the episode "A Night of Neglect", Sue Sylvester recruits Terri for her "League of Doom", a new group that Sue hopes will help her bring down Will and the glee club before they can compete in Nationals. In "Funeral", Terri succeeds in sabotaging the club's travel plans to New York, but fixes the damage and tells Will that she has been promoted to manager for Sheets-N-Things at a location in Miami. She plans to take the job as a chance to move on with her life and give herself a fresh start in a new location.
Glee: season one, episode twelve
Anna Pickard: As if by magic, one of the most annoying storylines in Glee disappears – as if it never existed at all …
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Glee: season one, episode twelve
As if by magic, one of the most annoying storylines in Glee disappears – as if it never existed at all …
How will the glee club afford a picture in the high school yearbook? Photograph: Channel 4
SPOILER ALERT: This weekly blog is for those who are watching Glee on E4. Don't read on if you haven't seen episode 12 – and if you've seen more of the series, please be aware that many UK viewers will not have done so …
Anna Pickard's episode 11 blog
It's that time of year: time for taking pictures for the high school yearbook – and shortly afterwards, apparently, the annual defacing of the glee club picture. So understandably they're reluctant to be snapped (apart from Rachel, of course).
Which is a good thing, because Will has to pay for space in the yearbook out of his own pocket, and can only afford enough space for a couple of people. So after a landslide victory in which everyone (including Rachel) votes Rachel captain of the glee club, it's down to our favourite starlet to save the day. The result? Rachel finds Glee a gig – as stars of an advertisement for a local mattress shop. They do well, get paid in mattresses, and end up with a glee club group photo in the yearbook after all. Which then gets defaced, but, y'know – it's the thought that counts.
Most importantly, though: Will finds out about Terri's non-pregnancy, leaves her, sleeps on one of the mattresses the kids earned, and in doing so almost disqualifies them for sectionals (accepting payment made them "professional"). They're now allowed to go: but Will can't go with them.
It seems a long time since the first episode, when the idea of Terri Schuester (and Jessalyn Gilsig, a brilliant comic actress) as Will's shrill, energy-sucking wife, must have tickled the writers enormously. And then she was pregnant, then wasn't, which was amusing. But as it carried on, the storyline just became annoying: the writers seemed to be flailing around, trying to get out of the pickle they'd created without having any uncomfortable "fake miscarriage" plotlines, and all the while maximising the chemistry between Will and Emma.
And now, just like that, it's found out. Will knows, it looks like it's over between him and Terri, and the uncomfortable fake baby AND annoying wife problems? Paf! Gone! Much, much more quickly and easily than I feared.
But then, that's one of the lovable things about Glee, and about the programme's showrunner, Ryan Murphy. He doesn't care about precise timelines and plot or character inconsistencies much (as anyone who watched his recent show, Nip/Tuck, will know). If something's working, brilliant. If it isn't, then it's gone, and we're moving onto the next thing before you know it. Let's never speak of it again.
Sue says: "I got myself a bit of an eyelift. And while they were in there, I told them to go ahead and yank out those tear ducts; wasn't using them."
"Ken has a lot of flaws. He has 74 flaws, as of yesterday ... and yes, it's true his hygiene could be a LOT better, but he is full of compassion and that is why I am marrying him": Emma Pillsbury, vocalising the thoughts that every prospective bride is surely thinking in the days before her wedding.
And Sue's ongoing obsession with Will Schuester's head ... "Of course you didn't know what was going on, Will, you wouldn't know if your glee club was using your office to breed rabbits for pets or for food. And you know why? Because you're too busy chasing tail and loading your hair with enormous amounts of product! I mean, today it just looks like you've put LARD in it!"
Smile, Lily Allen; When You're Smiling, Louis Armstrong; Jump, Van Halen; Smile, Charlie Chaplin.
Performance of the week
Go ahead (altogether now) Jump. It just has to be. Implausibly polished, unbelievably Auto-Tuned, say what you want, it was quite the epitome of Glee. Oh, incidentally: I have decided to pretend that the Lily Allen cover never happened too, as well as the fake pregnancy thing – so if we never speak of that again, either? Fine by me.
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The Terri-Will Relationship, most commonly known as Werri or Till, is the formerly romantic relationship and marriage between Terri Del Monico and Will Schuester. They were high school sweethearts who got married. Their marriage is strained throughout the first half of Season One and eventually...
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Fake child that Terri lied about
Started dating in High School
Married in March 2004
Ended in Mattress
Finalized divorce in Funk
Hooked up in The Substitute
The Terri-Will Relationship, most commonly known as Werri or Till, is the formerly romantic relationship and marriage between Terri Del Monico and Will Schuester.
They were high school sweethearts who got married. Their marriage is strained throughout the first half of Season One and eventually ends in a divorce when Will discovers Terri had been lying to him about being pregnant. She faked the pregnancy for a month or two, taking Will about to fake appointments. Also telling him about all of her "symptoms" that went along with the supposed pregnancy. They separate in Mattress and Will files for divorce in The Power of Madonna, which is finalized in Funk, when they sign the divorce papers at Will's apartment. They hook up one last time in The Substitute which Will regrets. Their relationship has not been explored further.
Contents 1 Overview 1.1 Season One 1.2 Season Two 2 Episodes 3 Trivia 4 Quotes 5 Gallery 6 Navigational
Will and Terri met in high school (where he was the Glee "golden boy" and she was head cheerleader) and later married. Five years into the marriage, they begin to grow apart due to their differences. Terri is not supportive of Will's passion, and is obsessed with money, while Will develops feelings for his co-worker Emma, the school guidance counselor. Terri soon discovers she is pregnant, only to find out that she is actually having a hysterical pregnancy. Seeing how happy the news of the pregnancy makes Will, Terri panics. Instead of telling Will the truth, she begins to fake the pregnancy in order to keep them together.
Will and Terri.
In Mattress, Will finally discovers she has been lying to him and was planning to adopt his pregnant student, Quinn's baby behind his back and pass it off as her own. Will is angry and hurt and leaves her.
In Sectionals, Terri tries to reconcile but Will tells her that he can no longer feel as he once did for her and later shares his first kiss with Emma.
Will files for divorce in The Power of Madonna.
In Funk, they finalize the divorce, though Terri kisses him saying he will always be the sixteen-year old boy she knew back then, before leaving.
In Britney/Brittany, Terri interrupts Will's car ride with Emma and starts an argument with him in front of her, claiming that he doesn't have enough money to spend on expensive things and that the car will be repossessed. This argument turns into Terri stating that she believes Will still has feelings for her and will return to her one day, and she doesn't want him to have blown all their savings by then. Will leaves, flustered and upset.
Terri cares for Will when he's sick.
In The Substitute, Terri drops by Will's house when she finds out he is sick. She makes it her mission to take care of him, and though he declines at first, he realizes that he's lonely and lets her be his temporary caretaker. The two end up sleeping together. While Will's substitute Holly Holiday is over at Will's house, Terri drops by, mistaking them for a couple and ends up insulting her. She then insists that the only woman Will will ever love is her and Will kicks her out of his house, telling her to never come back and what they did was a mistake.
In Blame It on the Alcohol, it is revealed that Terri drove Will to drink in high school.
In A Night of Neglect, Terri becomes a member of Sue's League of Doom, probably to get Will back.
In Funeral, Terri makes sure the Glee Club get their tickets to Nationals. Will gives her a hug and tells her he loved her. Later he walks away with Emma, leaving Terri upset.
S1 S2 S3 S4 S6
Will brings Terri lunch at work and calls her beautiful. They kiss and she calls him handsome. She later announces that she's pregnant, which makes Will pleased and excited. Will is ready to become an accountant to better support Terri and their unborn child. Will decides to spend sixty dollars per month on New Directions behind Terri's back, and Emma has a crush on Will. Terri asks what is wrong with him when he brings her an unhealthy lunch and complains when he says he has to work later now. She is not supportive of his plans to take the Glee Club on a field trip, and he is upset that she spends too much at Pottery Barn. (Pilot)