With 13 episodes in the can, Gilsig and the rest of the cast will start production on the season's final nine in January. Gilsig says she isn't sure what's in store for Terri, but she hopes to make her way back to McKinley High. "I may not be the school nurse, but I bet I could teach home ec or something," she jokes. "To interact with the kids, I don't get to do that much. It's so delightful, and they're just amazing."

Also looming on the horizon? Terri's song. "I know that my song is coming. I haven't sung it yet, but I'm sure it's coming. And the more I watch the show, the less confident I become!" she says. "Let me put it this way: I'm not a ringer. It's not like they're like, 'Let's hold back Jessalyn until sweeps.'"

Gilsig says she likes Gloria Gaynor's "I Will Survive" for Terri—but she has another number in mind. "I like the Pussycat Dolls' 'Don't Cha.' I kind of want to sing that to Will one day when he's off with his silly redhead," she says. "I want to start a Team Terri. It seems like Emma has a pretty big team."

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