Darren Criss, who plays the boyfriend of Chris Colfer's character on the Fox musical-comedy hit Glee, says it's all “rainbows and sunshine” for the TV couple.

Colfer's Kurt Hummel became romantically involved with Dalton Academy Warbler's star Blaine Anderson, played by Criss, after fleeing his McKinley High tormentor, closeted football player Dave Karofsky, played by Max Adler.

On last week's episode, Kurt returned to McKinley after making amends with Karofsky, who promised he would organize a PFLAG chapter at the school.

Separate schools, however, won't mean the end of the choir boys' affair, at least not initially.

“You know we're in the honeymoon phase right now,” Criss told Entertainment Weekly. “They're together and I think, you know, it's going to be rainbows and sunshine for quite a while, and we'll see what happens in season 3.”

“[Creator] Ryan [Murphy] said if and when they got together that he wanted it to be as flawed and as delicate as anybody's relationship, so I think we'll run into that, but we won't know until next season,” Criss added.

Criss made his comments at a New York City reception for TIME 100 honorees. Colfer is on this year's list.