Rachel and finn first meet

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rachel and finn first meet

The First Time is the fifth episode of Glee's third season and the forty-ninth Finn tells Rachel that the Ohio State Buckeyes' talent scout, Cooter, is going to be Sebastian finally leaves, but not before asking Blaine if they could meet up again. Rachel Barbra Berry is a fictional character and de facto female lead from the Fox musical . Right after their first kiss, Rachel discover Finn on her doorstep. After the first meeting, Rachel is confused by Mary's ideas and idiosyncratic. These two had chemistry from the get-go and shared their first kiss in Season 1, Episode 2: “Showmance,” which Finn found quite, uh, exciting.

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I don't give up that easily," which means that Finn is going to be doing the chasing now. When Santana offers sex to Finn, Finn rejects and says that he's waiting for Rachel to lose his virginity to. However, Santana reveals to him that Rachel is still seeing Jesse, and they are having some intimacy and decision-making themselves because Rachel asked for advice from the girls earlier.

Finn approaches Rachel and asks her to tell him the truth of whether her and Jesse are still dating. At first she lies and says no, but he can tell and says, "I know things have been weird between us, but I never thought you'd lie to me. Finn, let down by this fact, agrees to Santana's offer. Finn and Rachel share a talk after their nights with Jesse and Santana, where they question each other on what they did. Rachel, lying, tells Finn she had sex with Jesse.

She told Jesse that she couldn't sleep with him because of how he was "the enemy", but it had to do more with how she was not ready to give up her virginity.

Finn tells Rachel that he didn't have sex with Santana because he's waiting for the right person. However, he did have sex with her, but felt no different afterwards because "it didn't mean anything. It's during the Power of Madonna episode where Finn realizes how badly he had treated Rachel when he gave her up to go on a triple date. He goes up to her to apologize and confesses that he likes her, but agrees that he screwed up by saying "I could have had you, but I blew it.

He attempts to mend relationships with Jesse and gives a welcoming hand to him joining New Directions, stating that he will try to "stay away from his girl. Meanwhile, in Laryngitis, Finn and Rachel get close again. Rachel loses her voice and he goes with her to her doctor's appointment where he asks her "When are you going to realize Jesse's not into you like I am? Finn then takes advantage of the weekly assignment to find a song that tells the story of your current life situation and sings Jessie's Girl to Rachel infront of the entire Glee Club, confessing his feelings to her.

Their story is still left to be finished on what happens between these two now that it's confirmed Jesse only joined New Directions under the orders of Rachel's mother to get closer to Rachel and get her to find her.

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The producers and cast members of the show have repeatedly said that Rachel and Finn are "a core of the show" and that they "secretly love each other" and belong together. In Journey, Rachel and Finn share a kiss after he tells her that Glee Club needs her and that both of them are going to make Glee Club win at regionals. Finn tells Rachel he loves her before they sing Faithfully, which provides the song with more emotional depth.

rachel and finn first meet

Rachel, then, leans her head on his shoulder During 'Over The Rainbow' during the song, Somewhere Over The Rainbow, demonstrating that they have began a new relationship. Season 2Edit Season 2 sectionEdit In Audition, Rachel reveals that they've been dating the whole summer via Jacob's "Glee's Big Gay Summer" video, and while everyone in Glee club is mad at her for indirectly pushing Sunshine to Vocal Adrenaline by sending her to an inactive crackhouse, Finn supports her, suggesting that she should apologize, and promises he will never break up with her.

When Rachel appears at school wearing a sexy outfit after her Baby One More Time fantasy, Finn feels uncomfortable because all the guys are looking at her. She soon realizes that if their relationship is going to work, they have to give some space to each other. Rachel apologizes, admitting she gave him an ultimatum Rachel and Finn because she wanted him all for herself, and sings The Only Exception by Paramore.

In Grilled Cheesus, Rachel tells Finn she wants their relationship to go the distance. In return for his agreement to, if they have children together, raise them as Jewish, she lets Finn touch her breasts, in his delight. In The Rocky Horror Glee Show, Finn feels uncomfortable with the scene he has to do in his underwear, and Rachel tries to help him with his problems, by pointing out that she's not hot in the same way as Brittany, Santana, but he's still attracted to her and that he has a different body type this comforts him, though it doesn't work in the Finn and Rachel as Brad and Janet long run.

She tells him that she thinks he is the hottest guy in school. He also claims that he never used the Beiste tactic on her.

In Furt, Rachel tells Finn that she's never been so disappointed in him when he wouldn't tell Karofsky to back off Kurt. Later, at his mother's wedding, Finn tells Rachel she looks amazing and that he really loves her, and the two share a smile while Burt and Carole are reading their vows.

She gets upset because she confessed that she didn't sleep with Jesse a perfect time to be honest with her about Santana. She almost sleeps with Puck as revenge to Finn, but he leaves her house saying, "I can't do this to Finn again. She says, "You said you would never break up with me. Later, the two are hunting for trees and sing Last Christmas. She tries to kiss him, but he "officially" breaks up with her, as he's not ready to forgive her.

But later when they are around the tree at Mr. Schuester's house, they exchange a smile, whilst Rachel quickly looks away. Finn keeps staring with a smile on his face, implying that he is still in love with her. In Silly Love Songs, Finn gives her a star necklace, and says he still believes in her, even if they are broken up. Rachel is dismayed by his renewed feelings for Quinn and goes to visit Finn while he is in the nurse's office.

Rachel says that Quinn is prettier than her, and Finn replies that she is beautiful. She asked him how he felt when he kissed Quinn, and he replies, saying that he saw fireworks. She then asked him if he saw fireworks when they kissed, and he hesitates, thinking.

He smiled when he thinks about his relationship with Rachel. She concluded that "there's nothing here for me anymore", but Finn tells her to wait and says that that's not true and is about to say he still loves her, but he stops short because of his confusion. Rachel walks out, thinking that she has her answer and resolves to concentrate on her career instead of romance.

She sings Firework and uses Finn as her inspiration. In Comeback, Finn is still pursuing Quinn and this upsets Rachel. However, Rachel claims that she is through with boys and that she wants to focus on her career. At the end of the episode, Rachel suggests to Mr. Schue that they write an original song to perform at Regionals. They vote on the idea, and Rachel's idea is rejected unanimously. Finn later tells Rachel that she is right and they should write an original song.

Rachel asks why he didn't stick up for her when they voted, and he claims that it wouldn't have mattered. When Rachel asks if he wants to write it with her, Finn says she should write it alone because she's the real trendsetter in there. He also says that he liked the Rachel he saw in the choir and that he thinks she is making a "comeback". Rachel smiles, which hints that she is not over Finn. In Blame it on the Alcohol, Finn helps Rachel with her original song.

They hug and both smile while in each others arms. Rachel says that there should be no tension between them anymore because they are so comfortable around each other anyway. Later, Rachel throws a party, and she gets drunk, putting herself all over Finn. As Finn was not drinking, he describes how she is a "needy drunk", and that he's not into it.

They then play Spin the Bottle and Rachel kisses Blaine. They sing Don't You Want Me and seem to be interested in one another. Finn watches as they sing and really doesn't show any kind of reaction. She decides to use this as her songwriting inspiration. It was revealed that the last meeting was spent on Quinn being interviewed by Rachel on her relationship with Finn.

Unbeknownst to Emma, the song is about sex.

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Humiliated, Rachel confronts Emma, who tells her that "Afternoon Delight" is about pie. Rachel then runs off the stage. In a flashback scene, Finn is seen making out with Quinn in her bed, giving Quinn a hickey. In Original Song, Rachel has tried her hand at songwriting again. This time she writes a song called Only Child, which Finn thinks is better than My Headband, but the song doesn't show the kind of emotion they need to win Regionals.

Finn knows Rachel has it in her, but she just has to find it. He says that when she sings, he can feel it. Finn is also still secretly with Quinn however, who reveals that she has an ulterior motive of winning prom queen with Finn.

Quinn works to win Finn over by agreeing with Rachel's idea to write original songs as well. When the group decides to write original songs, Quinn and Rachel decide to write a song together. However, Rachel wants to know if Quinn and Finn are together, and Quinn admits that they are. Quinn also tells Rachel that she and Finn will never be, and she will never get it right, inspiring her to write Get It Right.

Rachel also says that she won't give up on Finn. They also hug at the end of their performance. In Born This Way, Finn accidentally whacks Rachel in the nose while dancing, causing her nose to be broken. He accompanies her to the hospital visit. He tells Rachel he will not leave until they find out if her nose is broken. When they find out it is, the doctor suggests her to get a nose job.

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When Rachel shows the club her plans for her nose job, Finn tells her "Rachel, please don't do this. However, she is won over by a "Barbra-vention", which Finn attends. In the end, Rachel opts against the nose job and tells Finn to "next time, watch out for the schnoz", showing their relationship is still friendly.

In Rumours, after the school's gossip newspaper, ran by Sue, reports about Quinn's secret meetings with Sam, Finn decides to check on him and goes on a stakeout with Rachel. The first time they go, they see Kurt leaving Sam's motel room instead of Quinn, so they do the same the following night. While waiting for someone to appear, Rachel asks Finn why he got back together with Quinn.

He replies that he doesn't know, but Rachel answers her own question for him; because you forgive your first love everytime. Finn tells her that what he doesn't like about Quinn is that you never know what she feels or thinks, and notes that with Rachel it was the opposite. As the duo finally spots Quinn, they are unknowingly photographed by Jacob, The Muckraker's reporter.

The next day, Finn and Quinn confront each other about what they were doing last night, and decide to solve the misunderstandings in their relationship through a song. After a very blank duet on I Don't Want To Know, Quinn tells Rachel to stop trying to steal Finn from her and proceeds to threaten him with a break up if he even sings with Rachel.

Rachel ignores her words and sings Go Your Own Way to Finn, who plays the drums during it and seems to enjoy the performance, much to Quinn's dismay. Having found out the truth about Sam, they visit him and his siblings and apologize in the name of the whole glee club, giving him back his guitar, which he had to sell. After the first meeting, Rachel is confused by Mary's ideas and idiosyncratic behavior. Rachel has the group review Mary's script, and everyone agrees it is terrible except Brittany.

Rachel meets with Mary and tells her that the lead character does not sound like her. Mary points out that television viewers want anti-heroes, but Rachel responds by singing, and Mary, uncharacteristically, is moved and made happy by the performance. She agrees to redo the script, but warns Rachel that the network will never make a pilot from it. Eventually, the network loves the script and calls Rachel, and she moves to LA to start shooting her pilot. Season 6[ edit ] In the final season premiere, " Loser Like Me ", it is revealed that Rachel's pilot bombed.

It got extremely low ratings and the show was quickly cancelled. Having burned her bridges on Broadway, Rachel retreats home to Lima and discovers that her fathers are divorcing and her house is being sold. Much to her dismay, Sue has disbanded all arts from McKinley and Rachel approaches the Superintendent to reboot the glee club with her remaining TV money to fund it.

He agrees as long as she runs the club. With the help of the newly broken-up Kurt, she restarts the New Directions, which angers Sue. She calls her old friends and former fellow glee club members Quinn, Santana, Brittany, Puck, Artie, Mercedes, and Tina to help her, and Kurt recruits students to join the glee club; he gets one student, Roderick, to audition.

Blaine, the head coach for the Dalton Academy Warblers, desperately tries to get a female student named Jane to join the Warblers, despite the members' objections.

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Jane eventually chooses to transfer to McKinley to join the New Directions after a brief coaching with Rachel, much to Blaine's dismay. By the end, Rachel has 4 members of the glee club.

During her time as McKinley's faculty, she bonds with Sam, who is the assistant of Coach Beiste, and develops a crush on him, despite him only being hypnotized by Sue to distract Rachel.

Sam backs off, stating he is still into Mercedes, which makes her sad. Over time, they have feelings for each other, and after Mercedes giving her blessing and encourages both of them to pursue a relationship, they do. Also, by Mercedes' suggestion, she auditions for Broadway again.

Rachel struggles to move on from her old house after it is sold, and her friends and students cheer her up with a farewell party. At the beginning of the series finale, " Dreams Come True ", she is seen going to the New Directions competition to assist them. She does make it big on Broadway, marries Jesse, and becomes a surrogate mother to Kurt and Blaine's child. She wins a Tony Award, and thanks everyone on stage, especially Mr. In the final minutes of the series, she performs OneRepublic 's " I Lived " with almost every former member of New Directions and the adults during the rededication of McKinley's auditorium to Finn Hudson.

Rachel then takes a final bow with the rest of the cast. Development[ edit ] Casting and creation[ edit ] Rachel is regularly portrayed by Lea Micheleand as a child has been played by Lauren Boles.

Instead of using traditional network casting calls, he spent three months on Broadway, where he found Lea Michelewho starred in Spring Awakening. Of course being able to sing helps bring a sense of comfort. The character I'm playing is really outgoing—she performs in her everyday life as though she's performing in front of a huge audience.

Murphy said, "Every year we're going to populate a new group. There's nothing more depressing than a high schooler with a bald spot. It's all part of the plan and it's all good! It's going to make Season 3 amazing!

rachel and finn first meet

This is just the beginning! They are not done with the show after this season. I'll admit that it took me some time to warm up to the 'new kids' on Friday Night Lightswhich ends its run tomorrow on NBCbut it was a well-done transition. What I loved most was that the new blood didn't try to be the new versions of the old characters.

They were new characters with completely different outlooks and goals. Glee could learn a lot from what Friday Night Lights accomplished: But the question is: Is Glee looking to be the less-attractive comedy cousin of Friday Night Lights A show that is filled with heart and love that is funny. It sends an amazing message to kids about the arts and being who you are.

She's a very strong, driven girl, who's sometimes a little misunderstood. But she's got at least 12 costume changes each episode. That same look all the time just gets boring for the screen and for the actress to wear, so we spread it out a lot. We try to have her buttoned-up or wearing a nerdy sweater over a cute dress, like she doesn't quite get it right. Or she takes that sweater and tucks it into the skirt and pairs it with knee highs and flats.

She makes it her way, which is more quirky. The popular girls find a way to make it look cool, but Rachel makes it look nerdy. But it's not old-school nerdy with thick glasses and pocket protectors. She thinks she's taking a trend and making it cool, but she wears it wrong. She has explained, "[Blair] is shady, but you still love her. That's what I try to do with Rachel. Rachel will never be popular because her looks aren't considered beautiful, and when I was in high school it was the same for me.

I didn't get a nose job, and every single girl around me did.

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Therefore, I was out. I was not cool. What's so great about Glee is that it shows you how that kind of stuff hurts, but it doesn't matter: You can still be who you want to be.

And in four years, high school will be over and all of that crap won't matter anyway. Several songs performed by Michele as Rachel have been released as singles, available for digital downloadalso featuring on the soundtracks Glee: The Music, Volume 1 and Glee: The Music, Volume 2.

George of the New York Post has deemed Rachel "the only female [in Glee] who doesn't come across as manipulative or vapidly helpless", [32] while the Chicago Tribune's Maureen Ryan wrote, "Lea Michele not only has an amazing voice but manages to make her character, spoiled diva Rachel Berry, more than a humorless stereotype. He said that while he understood this stance, he generally disagreed with it as the show treats male characters equally poorly.

However, he wrote that "it was a bit much when Finn looked at Rachel in her catsuit and frizzy hair and said she looked like a 'sad clown hooker.

The type-A, uber-talented, self-involved know-it-all who's usually alienating her classmates let her guard down to expose a vulnerable side. And, as a bonus, we got some super solid musical performances from those awkward courtships. But Rachel's eye-on-the-prize, I'll-get-what-I-want attitude coupled with her inappropriate crush on the teacher just made her creepier than usual.

Infiltrating his home, cooking and cleaning for him right under his crazy wife's nose. Come on, Berry, you're better than that