|Intimacy Level:||Biological Father/Daughter|
The Beth-Puck Relationship is the father-daughter relationship between Noah Puckerman and Beth Corcoran known as Peth. Beth's biological mother is Quinn Fabray, but she was later adopted by Shelby Corcoran. They were then reunited in I Am Unicorn, in Season Three. Puck drew a picture for Beth which is a "Clown Pig", Since then Puck has seen Beth quite frequently and has babysat for her at least once.
It is revealed that Quinn is pregnant with Beth. Puck is the actual father. However, Quinn tells Finn that he was, as Quinn was dating him at the time. It is revealed Beth was conceived on a one night stand. (Preggers)
When Puck finds out Quinn's baby is a girl, he says: "Cool." Puck continuously gives Quinn money, insisting he can take care of her and Beth. (Wheels)
Puck brainstorms names for Beth, including Jack/Jackie Daniels. Eventually, Puck reaches a decision. He sings Beth to Quinn, then tells her he wants to name the baby Beth, even though Quinn's not keeping her. Quinn agrees to let Puck be there at Beth's birth. (Theatricality)
Quinn gives birth to Beth, whilst Puck looks on in a look of confusion and stress. When Beth is given to Quinn, Puck looks on in awe. He looks at her with Quinn in the nursery, while they talk about whether they love each other or not and whether to give her up for adoption or keep her. He says he wants to keep her, but Quinn does not. Shelby ends up adopting Beth. (Journey)
He gives Beth a photo of the clown pig, but thinks it might scare her. He thinks she looks exactly like Quinn. Shelby takes a photo of a happy Puck holding Beth in his arms. According to Shelby, Puck and Beth have the same 'dopey grin.' He says to Shelby that he wants to be in Beth's life as her father. Says Beth is perfect. And looks like the old Quinn. (I Am Unicorn)
Quinn and Puck babysit Beth. Quinn plants items around the house to make Shelby look like a bad mother. It is revealed that Puck wants to have Beth back as well, but not as much as Quinn. Puck goes to Shelby's home to take those items away, making sure Shelby can keep Beth. Puck sings Beth to sleep with Waiting For A Girl Like You. Puck tells Shelby that if she ever needs any help taking care of her, he'll be there. Puck kisses her mother, Shelby. Puck takes Beth, from Quinn's arms after Shelby leaves since Beth keeps crying. (Pot o' Gold)
He tells Shelby that Quinn was trying to take Beth away from her by planting things around the house to make her appear to be an unfit mother. He says he and Quinn thought they could be good parents, but says Shelby was always meant to be her mother. He says he really wants to be in Beth's life. Puck says he thought of Beth as an accident, but then corrects himself and says she's no accident; he and Quinn gave her life. (Mash Off)
Puck runs out of math class when he gets a call from Shelby because Beth is in the hospital. He demands that Beth will see a plastic surgeon, so she doesn't have a scar across her lip. (I Kissed a Girl)
When Puck's father comes to ask Puck for money, Puck comes into the choir room as the boys are trying to make a plan to help Puck study for his test so he can graduate with the rest of the guys. Puck agrees saying he doesn't want to go to Beth, asking her for money and feeling shame in the future. (Choke)
- Puck has slept with both Beth's biological mother and her adoptive one.
- The "Clown Pig" drawing was actually drawn by Dianna Agron and Brad Falchuk.
- When Puck first sees Beth in I Am Unicorn, he is wearing the same shirt he was wearing when he sang Beth to Quinn. This could be a coincidence, or for sentimental reasons.
- Beth cries when Quinn holds her, but seems to be comfortable around Puck.
- Puck didn't want to hold her at first so she wouldn't freak out.
- He thought of Beth as an accident, but realized that he gave her life.
- Kept Beth entertained while Shelby was putting together a crib.
- Looked at Puck when she was playing with her toys on the table.
- Puck wants to be a part of Beth's life.
- Beth has Puck's dopey smile.
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