Sue's secretary (formerly)
Cheerio (Co-Captain) (formerly)
|Aliases:|| Becky Johnson, Our Plucky Little Ewok, My Beckretary (Sue)|
Jackson (Sue, Puck)
Your Highness, Beautiful, My Queen (Puck)
Sly conniving bitch (Santana)
Queen Bee (superhero alter ego)
Adult Baby Robin, Belligerent Pain In My Booty, Robin Sylvester, Sue's Adult Baby (Roz)
|Family & Friends|
|Family:||Donna Jackson (mother)|
|Relationships:|| Darrell (boyfriend)|
Artie Abrams (crush)
Finn Hudson (former crush)
Noah Puckerman (Anti Prom date)
Brittany Pierce (made out)
Jason (Prom and Sadie Hawkins date)
Blaine Anderson (one small kiss)
|Friends:|| Sue Sylvester|
|Employer:||Sue Sylvester (possible former)|
|Enemies:|| Roz Washington|
Helping Sue with her schemes
|Clique:|| Cheerios (formerly)|
Too Young to Be Bitter Club (formerly)
|Education:|| University of Cincinnati|
William McKinley High School (formerly)
|Strengths:||Good at taking orders|
|Awards:||2012 WMHS Anti-Prom Queen|
|Last episode:||Dreams Come True|
|Portrayer:|| Lauren Potter|
Helen Mirren (inner voice)
I'm Queen Bee, and I can sting like a bitch!
—Becky Jackson, Dynamic Duets
Rebecca "Becky" Faye Jackson is a recurring character on Glee. She is an alumna of William McKinley High School and also served as Sue's secretary. She was a member of the Cheerios, Sue's minion, and is one of the four characters featured on the show with Down's Syndrome (the other three being Sue's sister Jean Sylvester, Jason (Becky's date in Prom Queen) and Sue's daughter, Robin Sylvester). In her Cheerios audition, Sue speculates there is something special about her. She graduated from McKinley in New Directions, along with Blaine, Tina, Sam, Artie, Brittany and the rest of the seniors. Some time after this, she started a relationship with Darrell.
She is portrayed by actress Lauren Potter.
Becky was born with Down's Syndrome. In Wheels, she is a social outcast and has very few friends, with the exception of Brittany. She later tries out for the Cheerios; resulting in success. She is shown to be Sue's assistant, following her direction and always being with her. She is special to Sue because she reminds her of her sister, Jean.
Becky makes her first appearance in this episode. The New Directions are having a bake sale as a fundraiser for a wheelchair accessible bus to Sectionals. Brittany and Becky approach the bake sale table together. Finn mentions to Quinn that they are actually friends, and Puck says that Brittany is always cheating off of Becky's test papers in math class. Becky praises Santana for being a cheerleader. Brittany then encourages her to buy a cupcake, but Becky says she doesn't have any money. Brittany gives her a dollar and Becky buys the first cupcake of the bake sale. Later, Sue and Will are holding tryouts for the Cheerios. After watching all the auditions, Will is surprised when Sue accepts Becky, who tried out with a jump rope routine (poorly). Will believes Sue has ulterior motives, but unknown to him she actually feels empathetic toward Becky, having a sister who also has Down's Syndrome.
Sue tells the Cheerios, Becky among them, about the power of Madonna, and that they must date a younger man. She also says that members of the Cheerios no longer have a surname as far as she is concerned. Using Becky Jackson as an example, Sue says that from now she is just 'Becky'. Becky is pleased and claps joyfully.
Becky is seen in a flashback scene watching Sue make 'The Sue Sylvester Master Cleanse', a shake made to help you lose weight. Becky is disgusted by the ingredients. She is later seen getting weighed by Sue, losing two pounds. Sue says that she is no longer an outcast, and that she is just like every other teenage girl in America: sadly obsessed with vanity.
Becky is watching tryouts with Sue. She shows surprise when Finn tries out, saying his performance is embarrassing.
Becky informs Sue at the pep assembly that she just found out the Glee Club is doing a Britney Spears song. Sue puts her on red alert, telling her to perform a rehearsed citizen's arrest on anyone who might not be able to control their hormones.
Becky dresses up as Sue for the Halloween. Sue approves of Becky's costume and tells her that next year Becky will need to carry a local Emmy when dressing up as her. She trick-or-treats at the school for the "Take Back The Night Club," but Will tells her that he forgot to bring candy for the occasion. Becky demands a chocolate bar, but Will says he has been too busy focusing on Rocky Horror. Becky quotes Sue, saying Rocky Horror is an abomination. She then shows Will a pre-recorded tape of Sue's Corner, claiming that Rocky Horror pushes too many boundaries. When the tape finishes, Becky tells Will to "Give me my candy or I will cut you."
Becky briefly appears after the girls' performance of Start Me Up/Livin' on a Prayer, giving a note to Will from Sue, saying she wants to see him in the Auditorium.
After becoming principal, Sue has made Becky her personal secretary. Becky wears a headset and is often seen carrying a clipboard. Becky claims that people need to have an appointment to see Sue and is later scolded by Sue for letting Mercedes in without one, but only responds with 'roger that, thank you coach'. Becky supports Sue's idea to get rid of junk food and is angered by the students rebelling against Sue.
Becky is still Sue's secretary and briefly appears as she takes Sue's wedding letters to be delivered. She is then seen looking on into Sue's office when Sue's mother, Doris, shows up.
Becky plays a role similar to that of the Grinch's dog, Max. She switches the tub of Secret Santa's with a tub full of Sue's name only so that only Sue gets gifts. Later, she assists Sue in stealing the presents from the Glee Club, dressed as Max the dog. Later, near the end of the episode, Becky and Sue spy on New Directions as they sing Christmas songs in the teacher's lounge, trying to raise more money to replace the stolen gifts. Becky says the singing is beautiful and Sue is clearly moved as well-they return the gifts.
Becky gives chicken cutlets to members of the Cheerios to enhance their physical busts for their performance. She is also seen with Sue when she purchases the 'A950', a cannon that she plans to use in her Cheerios performance at Regionals. Later, Becky "baptizes" the Sue-Clear Weapon with a bottle of whiskey.
Becky tells Finn she loves him (like many other girls in the school) and gives him a candy heart with the message "Be Mine," also asking him the same question. He says he will keep her posted. Later, she appears at Finn's kissing booth with several dollars, and tells Finn she wants tongue. Finn takes one dollar, and kisses her on the cheek, though she is still pleased.
Becky is mentioned in passing by Emma, who says it was her who found Sue's suicide note.
Becky appears briefly, playing the xylophone to begin and end the morning announcements given by Sue about Will's alleged alcoholism.
She is part of Sue's "Heckling Club," along with Azimio and Jacob. During the night of the benefit, they boo Tina off the stage with their heckling. Quinn comes out and gives them taffy to keep them quiet. They do not heckle during Mike's dance. During intermission, Holly gives Becky, Jacob and Azimio a pep talk, which results in them leaving the concert. The conversation reveals that Becky heckles people on the Entertainment Weekly message boards.
Becky is the deliverer of The Muckraker and says to Quinn, "Bite me, Fabray."
She is briefly seen dancing with a boy during Jar of Hearts, who also has Down's Syndrome and informing Sue about Finn and Jesse's fight. Also she is at the end, during Dancing Queen. In season three, episode Yes/No we find out his name is Jason.
Becky and her mom ask Will if Becky can join Glee due to being kicked off Cheerios (since she's a living reminder to Sue about Jean). Will politely declines since they're leaving for New York in a week for Nationals and the competition year is almost over. He offers Becky an audition for the following year. After Sue buries Jean she apologizes to Becky and tells her she's back on the squad and has been promoted to captain. They hug.
In this episode, she and Santana Lopez are named co-captains of the Cheerios, resulting in them having an argument.
Becky assists Sue in filming Quinn's new life, in order to help with her campaign. In the video, Sue blames the Glee club for how Quinn's life has crumbled. This causes Will to have an outburst, which Becky admits to finding sexy.
Becky briefly appears during the debate and seems very happy with Brittany's ideas.
At Breadstix, Becky is taking photos of Sue and Cooter Menkins, to make Coach Beiste jealous. In a deleted scene, Santana comes out to Sue and the Cheerios, and Becky confesses that she made out with Brittany.
Becky starts off walking down the hallway, looking for a man. She rejects Rory, Mike, and Puck in her head, for their respective reasons. Becky finally asks out Artie. They go on a date and share mutual enjoyment because they both have a disability. The next day, she tells him they are going to "do it." Then they break things off. She walks off upset and regretful. This is because she didn't ask him if the reason he didn't want to go out with her, was because she had down's. She then holds back from crying. Later in the episode she is seen talking with Sue, sad about losing Artie. Sue reassures her and asks about Jason, her previous prom date. Becky replies that he liked hot dogs and she liked pizza.
Becky gives Sue an injection for her fertility treatments and then confesses to making a complaint about Sue to Principal Figgins. Becky is worried that Sue isn't as focused on the Cheerios as she used to be. Sue thanks her for the feedback, and Becky is relieved that Sue isn't mad at her. Becky tells her Sue that she's going to be a great mother.
Becky shows up in Sue's office door, hovering without saying anything. Sue tells her that she is, in fact, interrupting. Becky tells Sue that she heard about her baby. Sue had learned earlier in the episode that there were irregularities in the test results for the baby, so she clearly assumes that is what Becky is talking about. When Becky says that she heard the baby is a girl, Sue smiles and says, "Just like you," and hugs her, thoughtfully repeating the phrase, indicating that the baby likely has Down's syndrome. Becky offers up a parenting tip for Sue to work on her patience.
Becky is seen sewing the John Travolta outfits for the winner of the dance competition under Sue's orders.
Becky is seen in the bathroom practicing her Prom Queen wave when Rachel tells her that she might not win. When Becky finds out she didn't make the nominations, she goes on a rampage through the school, particularly attacking xylophones. Sue tells her that she should calm down and that she should go to prom with her, to which Becky turns down. Rachel invites her to Anti Prom with Puck, Blaine, and Kurt, but at the party, Becky claims that it is boring. Later on, after Rachel, Blaine, and Kurt go to prom, Becky and Puck play strip poker, and she is upset about not getting Prom Queen. Puck then makes crowns out of an empty case of beer and crowns them Anti Prom King and Queen, and they go to prom and spike the punch bowl.
In this episode, it is revealed that Becky received a C+ on her Math paper, which is much better than Brittany's most recent grade.
Becky plays the xylophone before Sue's announcement about the debate results. Before Sue announces the winner, she asks for Becky to do a "xylophone flourish" but she refuses - Sue stating, "not feeling it?" - to a dismal nod from Becky.
Becky comes to the superhero meeting dressed as Queen Bee. She later, along with Tina, gets between Ryder and Jake's fight, saying she will freeze them by making the remark "freeze b****." She is also part of the Glee Club's stance against Surette and Lipoff.
Becky is seen talking to Sue about her victory over Glee Club. Sue comments that she feels rather empty. Becky agrees, saying she felt the same thing when she watched Prometheus. Brad (Glee club piano player) comes in and says he is glad to be free of the Glee club and both Becky and Sue seem pleased with what he says.
Becky is shown in Artie's dream as the school slut; as Artie never went out with her, she didn't respect herself, and neither did anyone else. In the normal world, she has a tantrum when Sue gives her a sweater she already has. Sue then tells her how she needs to buy a present for Millie. She is shown with Sue outside the Roses' home, seeing what their presents have done for Millie and Marley. She is last seen emptying snow on the New Directions during Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas.
Becky is part of the Too Young to Be Bitter Club and is involved in the meeting. During the Sadie Hawkins dance, she dances with her (on-again) boyfriend Jason, that was first seen in Prom Queen, and even kisses him on the cheek. At the end of the episode, she mentions how she got to third base, causing the other girls in the Too Young to be Bitter Club to high-five her.
Becky is seen walking down the aisle line, throwing petals from a basket aggressively, making Rachel and Kurt look rather confused.
Becky offers to help Blaine put the tiara on, but he politely declines. When he asks Sue if she is threatening him, Becky replies "Yeah, duh, get out, be-otch!," and as he leaves, she slaps his bottom. She later delivers him a "present," which is cement disguised as hair gel. We find that she is Nicki Minaj's biggest fan, and she shouts out her name, causing Sue to remind her about her indoor voice. Sue then asks Becky for help to win the feud. Becky says she should practice her "Minaj faces," and her threats. She is very impressed with Sue's transformation. Sue and Becky later make the drummer change from Blaine's solo into their Minaj song, Super Bass. Becky is later happy that Blaine is joining her as a Cheerio co-captain.
It is shown that Becky is part of the Astronomy Club that Brittany is the president of. She cheers when Brittany makes her announcement, that the meteor is not real. After it's over, Becky asks if she can talk to Brittany for a second, telling her how she looks up to her, and that they should both never graduate. Becky says the real world is very scary. She is disappointed when Brittany tells her she needs to go to college next year, as she has the skills to go to any college she wants to. Becky feels she can never go to college, but she and Brittany make a pinky promise for the world to not be so scary. Becky then tells Brittany she loves her, which Brittany reciprocates. Becky later berates Sue for leaving her at the school with no one to protect her. She then reveals that she has a gun, which Sue asks her to give it to her. Becky then accidentally fires off the gun a couple of times, frightening Sue, which then causes her to burst in tears, apologizing to Sue. Sue later mentions her when she asks Will to look after Becky.
Becky walks to Sue on the bleachers and tells her how poorly Roz is treating her, a flashback scene occurs when Roz yells at her for a protein shake, and she is seen frightened. However, when Becky asks Sue to return to the Cheerios, Sue denies missing the girls and Becky walks away saddened. Meanwhile, Becky gets in trouble for her churlish manner towards Roz, and she is infuriated when she is called "Coach Chocolate Pie." It is revealed that Becky wanted to get in trouble so she could go to Principal Figgins' office. She wanted to confess to Principal Figgins about the shooting and the gun she had used.
Sue reveals that Becky was suspended for one month after the gun incident and when she returns, Sue intends to fire Donna (the current secretary) and replace her with Becky.
Becky returns from her month long suspension in this episode. She is first seen in the hallway at McKinley, witnessing a kiss between Kitty and Artie. The kiss makes Becky very unhappy as she still has a crush on Artie. Becky shouts to Kitty, "I had Artie first, biatche! You're getting my sloppy seconds-oh, snap!" Later, Becky is walking down the hall when Sam stops her and asks for her help with something. Becky seems annoyed and asks him what he wants. Sam explains the Katy vs. Gaga assignment that New Directions are doing and since Sam thinks that Becky is a Gaga, asks her to assist in getting the word out about the Applause performance that Sam, Artie, Blaine, Ryder, and Marley are planning. However, Becky claims not to know who either Katy Perry or Lady Gaga are-though she tells Sam she'll help if he will leave her alone. Later on, Becky is doing announcements with Sue over the PA system. Becky is also in costume and apparently a Gaga after all! She commands everyone to open their laptops, to which they comply, and watch the teaser video for the Applause performance. Becky is last seen in the auditorium, still in her Gaga costume, enjoying team Gaga's rendition of Applause.Will from entering Sue's office without an appointment. When Will admits he doesn't have an appointment, Becky responds, "Then get out, bitch!" However, Sue allows Will to enter the office. When Will disagrees with a deal Sue wants to strike regarding the end of twerking in Glee Club, Will throws a "Sue like tantrum." Becky seems to enjoy Will's display and even helps out by moving fragile things from her desk and trashing a xylophone outside of the office, despite Sue's protests that she should not join in.
Becky is first seen in this episode at the career fair, checking out the various booths. Artie approaches Becky to ask what she plans to do after high school. Artie tells Becky that he is going to film school. Becky says she doesn't know, but she thinks school is "for suckers." Artie mentions that he has looked into some colleges that would be a good fit for "handi-capable" students and offers to help Becky do some research; however before Becky can respond, Sue interrupts and wheels Artie away to ask what he is doing. Artie tells Sue that he is only trying to help Becky understand that she has options after she graduates. Sue tells Artie to back off and not insert himself into situations "he knows nothing about." Later on, Artie approaches Becky in the hallway with some pamphlets for college. Artie encourages Becky to consider her options and that she can be anything she wants to be. Becky seems intrigued at first, especially when she learns she can continue to be a cheerleader in college. But then she tells Artie she knows she has options, tossing the pamphlets back into Artie's lap, saying, "butt out!" Next, Artie sends Becky a text message requesting that she meet him in the auditorium. Becky tells Artie to "stop stalking her." Artie asks Becky to sit down and listen to him and stop being so defensive. Artie then performs Honesty. Becky mistakenly interprets Artie's song as a confession of romantic feelings. Artie clarifies that he wants Becky to be honest with herself about her desire to go to college. Becky becomes emotional and says she is scared to go to college because people might make fun of her and call her stupid like they did at McKinley before she joined the Cheerios. Artie assures Becky that if she wants to go to college she will have great professors, counselors, and friends that will have her back and that the only way to grow as a person is to move forward and face her fears. Artie also reminds Becky that her old friends will have her back too, like him, and Becky and Artie share a hug.Later on, Artie takes Becky to the University of Cincinnati, a two hour drive from McKinley, for a campus visit and a look at the university's inclusive program for people with developmental disabilities. Becky and Artie are seen taking a tour of the campus and Becky has the opportunity to sit in on a class. Artie looks on with a smile and Becky seems pleased with the visit as well. Back at McKinley, Sue asks Becky to come into her office to tell her how the campus tour went. Becky holds back her excitement at first, but then shares her excitement about the program when Sue reassures her that her feelings won't be hurt. Becky then confesses, "to tell you the truth, it was awesome." Sue is clearly happy for Becky. They work on her college application together. Becky is last seen in this episode at the career fair with Sue and New Directions, dancing along to the performance of You May Be Right.
Becky is first seen in this episode announcing to Sue that the school board members have arrived for the school inspection. She is also seen answering the phone during Sue's meeting with the school board members. After the meeting, a dejected Sue is talking to Becky about being attracted to one of the board members who has confused her for a man. Becky suggests that it is Sue's clothing style that is the problem and points out that she can "try on a skirt every once in a while." Sue tells Becky the story of how her tracksuit became her daily wardrobe. Apparently, when Sue used to dress in a more feminine fashion she wasn't taken seriously. As a result she cut her hair and the track suit became part of her every day attire, used to intimidate students. Becky reminds Sue that the students at McKinley are already afraid of her and suggests that maybe it is time for a change now. Later on, after Sue's dream in the choir room, Becky comes to wake Sue reminding her that today she needs to shop for a mini-fridge for college.Next, Becky is in Saturday detention with Blaine and Jake or as Figgins calls it "The Beck-fast Club" which is partly named for Becky because she has been in detention more than any other student. Blaine wants to use the detention as a way for the trio to get to know each other better but Becky vetoes the idea since she is going to college soon and doesn't have time for "lame-ass bull crap." During Blaine's dream, Becky (as a puppet) apologizes for her rude behavior and explains that sometimes she just "flies off the handle" because she wants to seem cool. Puppet Becky and puppet Jake give Blaine some encouraging advice. Sam and Tina to make out with her. Tina tells Becky that her behavior is out of control and that it is Sue's fault because she gives Becky special treatment which makes her think the rules don't apply to her. Becky tells Tina that she is being discriminatory. Sue steps in and says that Tina is correct and not being discriminatory and also tells Becky to go to the nurse because she actually has poison sumac on her hat, not mistletoe. Sue tells Tina and Sam she will adjust her behavior and treat Becky more like other students. Later on, Sue is judging the "Green Christmas Tree" competition. Becky loses because she misunderstood the concept of a "green" Christmas tree. The Glee Club is named the winner of the "Green Christmas Tree" competition. Becky is very upset at losing another competition and trashes her xylophone. Next, Becky stops Tina and Sam in the hallway and gives them both a Christmas present which turns out to be her baby teeth. Becky says she is giving them this present to remind them of the pure innocent love of baby Jesus. Sam and Tina acknowledge Becky's disappointment in losing the Christmas Tree competition. The scene cuts to Sue's critique of Becky's project, and Becky admits that she "half-assed" it because she wanted to get home to watch Showtime. Becky then walks away from Sam and Tina, seeming dejected. Sam and Tina announce that they will give the angel to Becky because she seems lost. Artie points out that this can be somewhat condescending. Sam and Tina assure Artie they have something else planned for her too. Sam and Tina present the angel to Becky and also ask her to take the last available position in the Living Nativity Scene, which she excitedly agrees to. Becky's final appearance in the episode is in the Living Nativity Scene, playing the part of baby Jesus as the glee club perform Away in a Manger around her.
Becky is first seen in this episode going to the choir room to retrieve Tina and Artie. She tells them that Principal Sue needs to see them down in her office. When Sue reveals that Tina and Artie are tied for Valedictorian, and her plan to break the tie, Artie declares it unfair- to which Becky responds, "Life isn't fair, Abrams!" Later on, Becky stops Blaine in the hallway, assuming that he and Kurt have broken up. This puzzles Blaine until Becky shows him the photo of Kurt and Elliott on Instagram, (the one of Elliott kissing Kurt on the cheek). Blaine assures Becky that he and Kurt are together and that Kurt and Elliott are only friends. Becky, however, believes that Kurt is "getting some" on the side, which seems to trigger Blaine's insecurities.
Becky is walking to class when she hears loud noises coming from the faculty bathroom. When Becky investigates the source of the noise, she discovers Will and Emma are using the bathroom as a place to try to conceive a baby. Becky runs away, clearly disturbed. Will and Emma are sitting in Principal Sue's office and Sue tells them that Becky is "scarred for life" after what she saw-Becky can be seen in the background with her head bowed as if she is still remembering what she saw.
Later on, Becky discovers Blaine, Tina, and Sam during their senior lock when they perform Don't You (Forget About Me). Becky demands they play Twister with her, adding the rule that the losers of the game have to consume an energy drink, (she has a whole bin of them).Tina and Sam disappear soon after and it is just Blaine and Becky playing. Blaine loses the round and tells Becky he is going to find Sam and Tina. Becky flirts with Blaine a bit and tells him she'll be waiting for him.
After New Directions comes back from their Nationals competition in LA, Becky comes down to the choir room to summon Will to Principal Sue's office. Becky follows behind him, saying he's a "dead man walking," reminding him of Sue's promise to fire him if New Directions didn't win their Nationals competition. Will waits out in the lobby with Becky until Sue has finished her conversation with Roz and is visibly anxious. Will asks Becky when she thinks Sue will be ready for him, to which Becky snaps "She'll be ready for you when she's ready!"April claims Sue cannot eliminate the Glee Club because she has paid for the school's auditorium via the "April Rhodes Charitable Foundation," Sue becomes suspicious of how April has obtained those funds. Sue enlists Becky's assistance to investigate April's financial background. After doing research Sue and Becky present April and Will with all the evidence that proves that Sue's suspicions are correct: April has been indicted (formally charged) by the Securities and Exchange Commission and is in violation of a $3 million bail that forbade her to leave NY; therefore there is no longer any money to support the auditorium or glee club. Becky responds to the information with an "Oh, snap!" Lovefool shouting several times for Rachel to "Get on with it!" As balloons fall from the ceiling during performance, Becky chases Rachel around the stage. Later, when Sue is on her date with Mario, she reveals that she has Becky "taste test" her take out food to ensure she isn't being poisoned.
Becky first appears in the beginning of the episode, visiting McKinley for Homecoming weekend. She throws a slushy in Rachel's face, calling her a "Lima loser". Later on Becky is with Sue making announcements which she soon takes over. Becky announces her "rules" for the Homecoming bonfire, which include that she will "taser" anyone who is not wearing McKinley school colors and that no one is to make out under the bleachers because this is her make out spot. Alarmed, Sue takes tries to take the microphone away from Becky but she resists. Sue tells her she will "pry her fingers from the microphone" and their entire exchange is heard over the PA system.
Becky returns to Lima to introduce her parents to her new boyfriend, Darrell. The problem is, in an effort to impress him, she has told a slew of lies including that she was the president of all clubs at McKinley High, even the Glee Club. Becky enlists the help of Quinn and Tina to help her put together a musical number to convince Darrell that she is musically inclined (Becky explains that Darrell was in his own Glee Club in high school).
Later, Becky is with Sue in the teacher's lounge showing Sue the photos on her i-pad of all the "clubs" she claimed to be part of. Becky explains her dilemma to Sue and says she feels bad for lying to her new boyfriend. Sue assures her that everyone lies in relationships and not to worry about it. Becky remains unconvinced but is excited for Sue to meet Darrell. However, once back in Sue's office, Sue is clearly concerned when Darrell turns out not to have Down syndrome but appears to be non-disabled. Sue asks Darrell what his intentions are of Becky. Darrell tells Sue that he intends to take Becky out on a date.
Becky, Quinn, and Tina meet in the choir room to work on choreography for Becky's number. Becky interrupts rehearsal saying that she has a date with her boyfriend. Darrell comes in the choir room and meets Tina and Quinn who have an even stronger reaction to Darrell not having a disability. Quinn says she is "morally outraged" and both girls go to Sue after Becky has gone.
Later, Quinn, Tina, Sue and Coach Roz meet with Becky and grill Darrell about his intentions with Becky. Darrell says that he really likes Becky, has done his research, including reaching out to Down syndrome advocate groups, and that he and Becky are not doing anything wrong by being a couple. Sue wants to know if he and Becky are having sex. Darrell says that they are not, they are taking their relationship slowly and also points out that Becky, regardless of having Down syndrome, has the right to have a relationship like everyone else.
Darrell's speech seems to hit come as later the girls continue with their quest to help Becky with her musical number. Sue and Darrell join the rest of the Glee Club for the performance of So Far Away. However, Becky realizes that she cannot fool Darrell into thinking she can sing and runs away in the middle of the song. Tina, Quinn, Santana, Brittany follow behind. Becky explains why she could not go through with the number and the rest of the girls point out that Darrell seems to really like who she is and encourage her to "just be herself".
Darrell and Becky are last seen at BreadstiX together. Becky comes clean with the lies she told, telling him she feels bad but just wanted to impress him. Darrell tells Becky he thought she might have been exaggerating on some of the things she said, but is glad to hear the truth and he is not upset or angry with her. Darrell tells Becky that there is going to be a lot of pressure on their relationship because people think it is strange that he likes her and that they'll have to support each other. Darrell reassures her that he has her back and will support her in anyway he can. Becky is clearly pleased and says that she's not used to having a guy have her back.
Sue brings Becky along to her storage unit after her lunch with Will. Sue reveals that she is thinking of retiring which Becky is shocked to hear. Sue also shows Becky what she refers to as her "hurt locker" where she stores everything she hates and tells Becky that she is now planning her "final act of revenge".
Later, in the auditorium, Becky and Sue interrupt Blaine's piano lesson with Rachel and Sam. Sue demands that Blaine reschedule his piano lesson for another time and that they all leave the auditorium. Becky, who seems to be aware of Sue having hypnotized Sam, refers to Sue as a "bad-ass, crazy super bitch" which Sue agrees with.
Sue returns to her storage locker with Becky to continue her plot of trying to unite Kurt and Blaine. Sue shows Becky all the footage she has of Kurt and Blaine to prove that their love is "one for the ages". Becky disagrees, pointing out how the two don't even look at each other. Becky also questions how Sue managed to get some of the footage she has of the two boys. Sue explains to Becky that she has cameras everywhere.
Before New Directions perform at Invitationals, Kitty bribes Becky for Sue's computer password (so they can access Sue's music playlist) by giving her junk food.
After Invitationals are over, Sue and Becky return to Sue's storage locker one last time. Sue says her plan went as it was supposed to. However, Becky points out that Kurt and Blaine aren't back together, so her plan in fact did not work. Sue ignores her and continues to talk about how she still has several weeks to plan out her schemes.
Becky does not appear but she is mentioned by Brittany as being among the wedding guests.
Sue tells Superintendent Harris to not trust everything Becky tweets.
Becky shows up at Sue's office to protest after learning that Sue didn't let the now extinct Warblers join forces with the New Directions. Sue has difficulty making out what Becky is trying to say so Darrell has to "translate" everything for her. Sue is resistant to back down and thus Becky says she won't allow her to do that, which is enough for Sue to threaten to tag her as a traitor. Becky ennumerates the illegal things she has done for her and after announcing that she isn't on Sue's side this time, Becky says that Sue and her aren't friends anymore and storms out of the office.
Later, during Geraldo Rivera's program, it is revealed that Becky was the one who gave away Sue's hurt locker to Superintendent Harris, thus making her fired. Becky makes an appearance in a clip with Darrell at her side and she explains the reasons behind her actions: although she always supported everything she did, this time was too much, so she wanted to finally feel free from Sue. Before the clip ends, Becky speaks to all the cheerios "out there" saying that they shouldn't let Sue control them because they deserve better. Sue is left broken by the events.
When Becky is introduced, she is a kind, sweet-hearted girl and wants to fit in and be treated just like everyone else. She makes the ambitious move to try out for the Cheerios, and in the end, is successful. As the series has progressed, she seems to have absorbed much of Sue's personality into her own, often making snarky or sassy comments, though it seems that she doesn't realize how her attitude effects others. Most recently, in Season Five, she became particularly angry, often lashing out at people for reasons that were never explained.
- Main article: Artie-Becky Relationship (Artecky)
Becky develops a romantic interest in Artie in Yes/No, and plans to get him. Throughout the episode, Becky's inner thoughts were heard about her love life. She requested a date, and he accepted, which both had a great time.She was later turned down on another offer, and ultimately dumped. She pretended to assume that it was because she was too intimidating, though Becky really thought it was because she had "Down's," or Down's Syndrome. However, it is clear that Becky still has romantic feelings for Artie in Naked when she asks him to sign her Men of McKinley Calendar and is very happy when he complies, hugging it close to her chest. Also, in A Katy or A Gaga, Becky is clearly upset when she sees Artie kissing his girlfriend, Kitty. In Movin' Out, Artie encourages Becky to consider college for her post-high school plans despite her fear of not being accepted. Artie tells Becky that the only way they both can overcome their fears is to face them and move forward. Artie assures Becky that her friends will always have her back, and the two share a hug. Artie takes Becky to the University of Cincinnati for a tour of an inclusive college program for people with developmental disabilities. With Artie's help, Becky decides that she is ready for college after all and is ready to move on from McKinley High School.
- Main article: Becky-Puck Relationship (Pecky)
In Prom-asaurus, she attends the anti-prom created by Rachel. When everyone leaves, Puck and Becky play strip poker. Once he loses, Puck crowns Becky as the anti-prom queen with a beer box hat, and then takes her to the senior prom. After that, they plan to put alcohol in the punch and succeed.
In Prom Queen, she is seen dancing with a boy named Jason. It is revealed in Yes/No that she broke up with him because he likes pizza and she likes hot dogs. In Sadie Hawkins, the two get together again for the Sadie Hawkins dance.
In Jagged Little Tapestry Becky returns to Lima to introduce Darrell, her new boyfriend to her family. It is revealed that Darrell and Becky met at the Quiznos sandwich shop across from where they both go to college. When Quinn, Tina, Roz, and Sue grill Darrell about his intentions with Becky (he does not appear to have a disability) Darrell points out that Becky has a right to have a relationship just like anyone else. Darrell makes it clear that he really likes her. He has also done his research with disability rights advocate groups. Becky and Darrell go on a date to BreadstiX where they talk about how there will be pressure on them because not everyone will understand their relationship. However, Darrell says he will have her back which Becky is pleased by. Becky also apologizes to Darrell for having lied about being the president of some many clubs at McKinley in order to impress him. Darrell is not upset about her lies and even says he had suspected that she might have been exaggerating. They appear to enjoy each other's company on their date.
- In Wheels, Becky is the only person to try out and make it on to the Cheerios.
- Becky was one of the only Cheerios that never had a ponytail in her hair, even a pinup. However, there are Cheerios seen in Bust Your Windows, It's Not Unusual, and Run the World (Girls) who do not have a ponytails.
- Becky's favorite movie is Schindler's List. Toy Story 3 is a "close second." (Yes/No)
- Prior to Season Three, she was the only person who tried to enter to New Directions but didn't get it. As of The Purple Piano Project, she shares this title with Sugar Motta. However, unlike Sugar, she was denied entry due to time constraints and was offered to audition in the next year.
- In Prom Queen, she is seen dancing with a boy named Jason. He is not seen after that though. It is revealed in Yes/No that she broke up with him because he likes pizza and she likes hot dogs. In Sadie Hawkins The two get together again for the Sadie Hawkins dance.
- In I Kissed a Girl, Sue states that Cooter is the best thing to happen to her since the day she met Becky.
- In Yes/No, Becky stated she could alter her inner thoughts voice to whatever she pleased. In her head, she speaks in the voice of Queen Elizabeth II, voiced by the actress Helen Mirren.
- Becky is an excellent poker player. (Prom-asaurus)
- According to Sue, both Becky and Brittany write in crayon, but Becky has better handwriting.
- Becky is a better speller than Brittany.
- In Wheels, it is stated that Brittany cheats off Becky for tests.
- She thinks making toast is silly, since bread is already baked. (The Purple Piano Project)
- She seems to be very picky when it comes to relationships. She broke up with Jason because he likes pizza and she likes hot dogs, she rejected Puck as a possible boyfriend because she doesn't like his mohawk, she also rejected Rory because he smiles too much and Mike because she was no "rice queen."
- She wants to have sex, but claims she will never get it (Yes/No, Prom-asaurus).
- She is the only person to be rejected from the New Directions without an audition.
- Becky is Nicki Minaj's allegedly biggest fan. (Feud)
- In The Quarterback, Santana tells Kurt a story about Becky leaving a piece of chocolate birthday cake on her chair-which Santana sat on, and Finn had to walk behind her so her "chocolate butt" wouldn't be seen by the other students.
- In A Katy or A Gaga, Becky claims not to know either Katy Perry or Lady Gaga when Sam approaches her for help getting the word out about the Applause performance. Later on in the episode, she is seen wearing a Gaga costume.
- In Movin' Out, during the college tour, Becky is seen out of her Cheerio's uniform for the first time since Funeral.
- Although Becky has appeared in other tribute episodes, Movin' Out is the first tribute episode where she has a significant storyline.
- Becky is lactose intolerant. (Puppet Master)
- Becky has been in detention more times than any other student, which is apparently due to her use of "bad words." For this reason, according to Figgins, detention was also named after Becky: the "Beck-Fast Club." (Puppet Master)
- She is possibly bisexual because in Previously Unaired Christmas, she wanted to French kiss Tina and Sam. She has also admitted to making out with a girl, which turned out to be Brittany. (Deleted scene from Mash Off), however these are more than likely throwaway lines to add a comical effect to her character.
- She is one of the only recurring characters who doesn't sing on the show.
- She was supposed to sing in Puppet Master along with Jake and Blaine, but it was cut.
Am I dreaming? Is this really happening? ...this is really embarrassing.
Got it, coach! *winks*
—Becky Jackson, Dynamic Duets
I'm Queen Bee, and I can sting like a bitch! BZZ!
Give me some chocolate or I will cut you.
Bite me, Fabray.
What about toast? Bread's already been baked. I don't get why you need to cook it again.
BRING IT, SANDBAGS!
I didn't ask him what I wanted to ask him. I didn't ask if the reason he didn't want to be my boyfriend was because I have Down's. I didn't ask him because I know the answer is yes.
Puck: So...uh... What should we do now?
—Becky Jackson, Prom-asaurus
Becky: The meteor made me realize that there is something I really wanna say to you. Brittany, I've always looked up to you!
Brittany: Becky, I know it's scary. And it would be so cool to be a Cheerio again with you next year. But I have to move on and so do you. And if you really prepare yourself, the world won't seem like such a scary place.
—Becky Jackson and Brittany Pierce, Shooting Star
Becky: I love you Brittany.
—Becky Jackson and Brittany Pierce, Shooting Star
Becky: I was scared, Coach, about graduating, the unknown world, with no one to protect me!
Mind your own gay business, Gay Blaine, I don't know anything!
I had Artie first, biatch! You're getting my sloppy seconds-oh, snap!
Becky: What if I go [to college] and everybody makes fun of me again? What if everybody calls me stupid like they always used to?