Glee stars are pitching various celebrities, including Hugh Jackman, Seal, Danny DeVito and Nathan Lane, to play Rachel's gay dads.

The Fox musical-comedy has previously mentioned Rachel's dads but speculation that fans of the show will finally get to meet the couple skyrocketed after Tuesday's episode, in which Rachel hosts a party at her house while her parents vacation on the Rosie O'Donnell cruise. (Which, oddly, is supposed to be a family cruise.)

“Nathan Lane and Danny DeVito,” Matthew Morrison suggested to The Hollywood Reported.

Glee guest star Kristin Chenoweth's vote is for Seal and a “real white” guy. “Hugh Jackman?” she pondered out loud.

Darren Criss, who plays out-and-proud Dalton Academy student Blaine Anderson, said he wanted to think about the questions, because “I'm very meticulous about these things,” then added, “I'll tell you who I'd love to play someone's grandfather Christopher Walken! Come to Glee, please!”

The 55-year-old Lane, who is openly gay, currently plays the recurring gay role of Pepper on ABC's Modern Family.