The Glee actors who whined on Twitter about being fired knew of creator Ryan Murphy’s plans to offer a spin-off following their characters’ graduations. They had been informed, three to four months before, that their characters would be graduating and that there was the option of a spin-off for Lea Michele, Chris Colfer, and Cory Monteith. However, the actors went WHAAA-ing to the media upon reports that they’d been fired altogether. Because evidently they have short memories and no common sense. So a p**sed off Murphy/ studio yanked the option for their hour-long post-graduation special because, ‘OK, that isn’t exactly cool.’ Asked whether the spin-off remained in pre-production Murphy told Deadline, ‘We were. Not now.’ Asked to elaborate, he said, ‘Maybe we’ll talk about it in April or May, but for now let’s just concentrate on making Season 3 the best that we can do.’ Which means ‘You lose, sucker!’ So, if Colfer, Michele, and Monteith and their reps kept their mouths shut and didn’t milk the ‘firing’ that never happened for publicity, the trio’s special would still be on the table.