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|Address:|| Dudley Road, Lima, Ohio |
New Haven, Connecticut
|Occupations:||Student at Yale University|
|Aliases:||Q, Lucy Caboosey|
|Family & Friends|
|Family:|| Beth Corcoran (daughter)|
Russel Fabray (father)
Judy Fabray (mother)
Frannie Fabray (sister; mentioned)
|Relationships:|| Noah Puckerman (boyfriend; father of her child)|
Finn Hudson (ex-boyfriend)
Sam Evans (ex-boyfriend)
Joe Hart (attraction; ended)
Unnamed older boyfriend (ended)
Unnamed Yale professor (ended)
Santana Lopez (one-night stand)
Biff McIntosh (ex-boyfriend)
|Friends:|| Artie Abrams|
|Enemies:|| Biff McIntosh|
Shelby Corcoran (ended)
Santana Lopez (ended)
Rachel Berry (ended)
|Education:|| William McKinley High School (graduated)|
|Talent:||Cheerleading, dancing, singing|
|Awards:||2012 National Show Choir Championship|
|Last episode:||Dreams Come True|
|Portrayer:|| Dianna Agron|
Avery Phillips (child)
Vanessa Lengies (Tina's Dream)
You can't change your past, but you can let go and start your future.
—Quinn Fabray, Michael
Lucy Quinn Fabray is a major character on Glee. Quinn was the girlfriend of Finn Hudson and was one of the most popular students at William McKinley High School. She was President of The Celibacy Club, the captain of the cheerleading team, the Cheerios, and a member of both The God Squad, and New Directions. She was also in the prom court in her junior and senior year. Her life took a drastic turn when she became pregnant with Noah Puckerman's, Finn's best friend, baby. She lied to Finn and tricks him into believing that she got pregnant when he ejaculated prematurely when they were in a hot tub. The truth eventually comes out and Finn and her break up. Afterwards, at Regionals, Quinn gives birth to her daughter, Beth, whom she gives up for adoption to Shelby Corcoran.
Throughout the series, Quinn goes through a rollercoaster of emotions. In Season Two, she starts a relationship with Sam Evans, but he ends things with her after she cheats on him with Finn. Finn and Quinn restart their relationship and run for prom court, but it ends when Finn realizes he's in love with Rachel Berry. In Season Three, she begins to exhibit erratic behavior, such as joining The Skanks and plotting to take Beth away from her adoptive mother Shelby, Rachel's biological mother. After a series of bad relationships throughout Seasons One - Four, Quinn eventually finds romance with Puck, and the two enter a relationship in Season Five. She left William McKinley High because of her acceptance to Yale. Quinn comes back for the sixth and last season of the show to help Kurt Hummel and Rachel with their new glee club. Quinn ends the show in the series finale, Dreams Come True, where she comes back to McKinley in 2020 for a re-dedication of the auditorium.
Quinn was the original major teen antagonist and a main character in the first three seasons. She was a recurring character for seasons four to six. She was portrayed by Dianna Agron.
Quinn makes her first appearance and is revealed to be Finn's girlfriend. She is also seen as having Protestant Christian or Catholic christian faith (this is shown by the cross necklace she wears and the portrait of Jesus Christ in her room). She is the president of the celibacy club. She is portrayed as a cruel and mean girl because she is seen laughing at Rachel's Myspace, which contains videos of Rachel singing. She also asks Finn what he's doing talking to her in a mean manner.
Quinn joins the glee club with Brittany Pierce and Santana Lopez (also known as the Unholy Trinity) to spy on Finn, impressing Mr. Schuester with their song. She is upset when explaining to her cheerleading coach, Sue Sylvester, as to why she had joined. However, instead of being angry, Sue orders Quinn, Brittany, and Santana to be inside spies on the Glee club to help her bring it down, to which Quinn agrees. They audition with I Say a Little Prayer, with Quinn singing lead vocals.
Quinn and Santana try to disband the club by getting Rachel to insult Mr. Schue's dance routines, resulting in them hiring the arrogant but talented Dakota Stanley. She is then seen washing cars in their attempt to earn the money and they later hire him. When he fails to break the glee club, Quinn and Santana are punished by Sue who suspends their tanning privileges, which makes Santana burst into tears. Remembering how Rachel stood up to Dakota, Quinn comes to understand that self-confidence doesn't necessarily involve putting other people down and confronts Sue about it.
Quinn reveals to Finn that she's pregnant with his child (even though they never had sex), convincing him by saying that he prematurely ejaculated when they were in her hot tub together and the sperm entered her through the water. Later on, it is revealed Puck is actually the father, because of a drunken one night stand; one where Quinn had too many wine coolers and felt fat that day. Puck confronts her knowing it's his child, but Quinn says she doesn't want him to be part of it and insults him as a Lima Loser. After finding out Quinn is pregnant, Terri Del Monico approaches her and asks Quinn to give her baby to her, because she is faking her own pregnancy and can't tell Will she's not pregnant.
Quinn is seen performing the first verse of Don't Stop Believin' with Finn during Glee Club as she had taken over for Rachel, who was originally going to be performing the song. In the middle of the performance, Quinn gets bad morning sickness and runs out of the choir room. Finn lies to Mr. Schue and the others that she was sick due to a bad burrito even though Mr. Schue already knew. Everyone is suspicious by this and do not believe him. It is in this episode Puck reveals she's pregnant, lying that it's Finn's, causing the Glee Club to tell Rachel, who leaves New Directions again. When Rachel returns to the Glee Club and tells the others that she can go on for April Rhodes, who had been told by Will she had to quit before the Somebody to Love performance, Quinn tells her that she can't go on because she doesn't know the choreography to the song. She is then seen singing Somebody to Love with the Glee club.
Sue spots Quinn quivering at the top of the cheerleading pyramid, which Quinn blames on being tired from glee club while Sue confronts her. When Terri takes a job at the school as a nurse after being prompted by Sue, she gives all the glee club members decongestant pills (the so-called Vitamin D of the episode), except Quinn who gets folic acid instead as it is good for the baby. After that, she tells Terri that she can have her baby and asks her for money. However, Terri declines by saying she is going to pay for eighteen years of the child already.
Quinn is put in Schue's group after Sue separated the club into two. She complains about singing in the background, stating to Puck and Brittany that he dislikes minorities. However, this is all going on under the orders of Sue. Puck and Brittany quit Schue's group and this leads to a showdown between Schue and Sue. Later on, while Sue is snooping around in students' lockers for her "locker checks," she comes across a pair of panties in Jacob's locker. She forces him into her office and he tells her that they are Rachel's, who gave them to him so he wouldn't put Quinn's pregnancy on display on his blog. Sue tells him to run the story. Finn comforts Quinn after Sue reveals it in glee club, with Rachel watching. The glee club (in particular Finn) then shows their support for Quinn by singing Keep Holding On.
Finn gets hit with a slushie by football player Dave Karofsky, while walking with Quinn. This angers Quinn, and she defends Finn by telling Karofsky he and his friends are nothing. Karofsky claims Finn and Quinn don't have the popularity juice to do anything about it anymore. In the choir-room Quinn is seen washing Finn's face and talking with him about their popularity. They wear sunglasses under the guidance of Emma to make themselves seem cool again, which ends in them both getting slushied by Karofsky and the football team. Sue kicks Quinn off the Cheerios after being angered by catching Rod Remington kissing his co-worker, leaving her alone in the hallway, shocked.
Finn finds Quinn watching Cheerios practice from the stands. The two of them talk about the financial difficulties with the pregnancy and Quinn rips Finn for not being man enough to find a job and help her raise their baby and tells him to get money because she needs maternity clothes before her baby bump explodes and she becomes "enormous." Puck gives Quinn some cash ($18) for their kid. She gives it back, saying she will go to her grave swearing it is Finn's baby, even if it comes out with a Mohawk. Puck suggests that it would be "pretty awesome" if the baby did, and this leads to them having a playful food fight. As it appears they are about to kiss, Finn walks in, leaving him somewhat suspicious. Puck goes out of his way to make cupcakes for the bake sale for Artie to earn money for Quinn, stating, "his baby mama was going to have it all." Puck tries again to give Quinn some cash from the cupcake fund. He explains that he's not really a screw-up and could offer Quinn a home and that they could be a family. She tells him she won't take the money from a friend in a wheelchair, but apologizes for calling him a "Lima Loser" earlier and goes on to tell him that he's "special and romantic." Finn comes up and tells Quinn he's finally gotten a job. She leaves with Finn, as they wheel away she looks back at Puck regretfully and he stares after her longingly. As Puck hands over the money from the bake sale she watches on with pride and approval. She performs background vocals inProud Mary in wheelchairs.
Quinn is furious Finn told his mother about her pregnancy and is worried her parents might find out. While trying on her dress for the Chastity Ball, Quinn's mother notices it's no longer fitting Quinn because her baby bump is getting very round and showing more and her mother says to exercise more. She passes it off as having a big lunch at school. Quinn's father pops into the room and tells Quinn he wants to have Finn over for dinner and ask her if he's treating her well enough. At dinner, Finn begins to get nervous when Quinn's father makes a toast. He excuses himself and calls Kurt for help who he had previously gotten advice from to sing his feelings. He heads back out and sings to Quinn in front of her parents, which Quinn is angered by at first, but soon turns heartened. After Quinn's father angrily interrupts the song, he confronts Finn and Quinn about her being pregnant. Finn says they didn't have sex, but her doesn't believe Finn. Quinn is upset that her mother must have known that she was pregnant but did nothing out of fear of what Quinn's father would say. After the fierce argument between them and Quinn's father, he kicks her out. Finn brings Quinn to his own home, and his mother tells her she can stay with them as long as she needs to. The Glee kids sit Finn and Quinn down and sing Lean on Me in order to show support for them when they'll need it most.Kendra's children and becomes impressed by the way Puck acts with them. She also sings Papa Don't Preach to impress the kids while Puck plays his guitar. Later in the episode, Santana tells Quinn that she and Puck had been sexting the whole time he was with Quinn, so she checks his phone and she again decides to give up the baby. She then reunites with Finn, both feeling guilty about their actions (she with Puck and he with Rachel) and they tell each other that they love each other. Her baby bump is starting to show a bit in this episode.
Just before the yearbook photos are taken, Quinn resolves to be back on the Cheerios after sitting with Brittany and Santana as they deface a Thunderclap. She blackmails Sue by threatening to reveal the fact that the cheerios make profit, which could get them disqualified from competition. Sue agrees to let her back on the squad. Sue then says she has to be at the back of the photo to hide her shame. She then makes a rude comment about Quinn's pregnancy. Offended, Quinn instead rejects her offer and tells her to give up one of her yearbook pages to the Glee Club as she rather be with people who accept her for who she is, forcing Sue to agree. Sue admits to Quinn that she forgot how ruthless Quinn really was. Quinn thanks Sue for indirectly teaching her this lesson, and then storms out, leaving Sue speechless. She performs background vocals in Jump and Smile.
Quinn is seen enjoying Mercedes' performance of And I'm Telling You I'm Not Going. Rachel tells Finn that Puck is the real father of Quinn’s child and Finn and Puck fight in the choir room. Quinn tearfully admits that Puck is the father and attempts to apologize but Finn in tears, breaks up with her, quits the club and runs away. Rachel apologizes to her for telling Finn the truth and Quinn says she's not mad at her. Quinn then goes on to perform in Sectionals, singing back-ups in You Can't Always Get What You Want and later in My Life Would Suck Without You.
Quinn returns to school attempting to make Puck a faithful father. Finn still has feelings for her as shown when he sings Hello, I Love You and Quinn is having trouble with Puck, who believes she is getting fat. Later during Gives You Hell they are seen being happy and playful together. She sings background vocals in Gives You Hell and Hello, Goodbye.
When Rachel asks for help with boys and sex, Quinn requests she stop talking as she is grossing her baby out. Quinn then informs Mr. Schuester of the sexism in society and the lower salary of woman, making him choose Madonna as a Glee assignment. Quinn joins her fellow female members in singing Express Yourself in which she has a solo. She is later seen happily watching Kurt and Mercedes singing with the Cheerios. She performs background vocals in Like a Prayer.
Quinn begins to notice that Mercedes, now a Cheerio, is deliberately starving herself to get thinner, something she can relate to. After Mercedes collapses, Quinn approaches her and reveals that when she was a cheerleader she threw up to stay skinny but being pregnant made her see the importance of eating healthy and that she doesn't mind becoming big and round as long as her baby is healthy and she gives Mercedes some food. She says Mercedes is beautiful as she is and the two become friends. Quinn first joins Mercedes in singing Beautiful to the school in support of her and later in singing Home alongside April Rhodes.
Quinn sings and dances Ice Ice Baby with the rest of the club. Then the Glist appears as a list where the Glee club members were ranked according to who was the most sexually promiscuous. Quinn is at the top, and when asked, she claims Rachel is the culprit due to her grudge against Quinn. After seeing Quinn get bumped into in the hallway, Mr. Schue realizes Quinn wrote the Glist to improve her reputation. She says she never meant to hurt anyone, but can't deal with being invisible, and that a bad reputation is better than no reputation at all. When Quinn asks Mr. Schue if he thinks she could get it all back one day (her popularity, reputation etc.), he tells her that she won't - She'll get something better. Schue tells Figgins no one came forward and convinces him that since the lists have stopped they should move on without suspensions and Quinn silently thanks him.
Quinn gives Mercedes her permission to date Puck but warns her to be careful of Santana who also wants Puck back. She also mentions how Puck's mother won't let her eat bacon. She sings background vocals in One.
It is revealed that Quinn's dream is to have no stretch marks; further suggesting Quinn has serious body image issues. She performs background vocals and comforts Artie in Dream a Little Dream.
Quinn begins to spy on Vocal Adrenaline with Rachel and Mercedes and discovers that Shelby Corcoran, their coach, is Rachel's mother. She later tells Mr. Schue how they spied on Vocal Adrenaline and sings Bad Romance along with Kurt and the other girls. Puck suggests naming their daughter Jackie Daniels and they argue about how they will name or if they even going to name her. He sings Beth to her in order to show his passion about their child, and Quinn agrees for him to be there when she is born.
Quinn wishes to express her funky side, which amuses the club, who laugh at her. She sings It's a Man's Man's Man's World in order to express her views on her new life and receives a standing ovation as well as a group hug she performs this song with a group of very heavily pregnant backup dancers from McKinley High's unwed mothers club. Mercedes also invites Quinn to live at her house instead of Puck's therefore she can dig trough her frustration, which Quinn accepts. She is the main dancer when the New Directions perform Give up the Funk for Vocal Adrenaline.Vocal Adrenaline, perform) and asks Mercedes to enter the room with her. Puck is also present for the birth. As Vocal Adrenaline perform Bohemian Rhapsody, Quinn gives birth to baby Beth. She asks Puck if he ever loved her, to which he replies that he did and still does. When Shelby asks Quinn what the baby's name is she denies that she has one but Puck quickly replies, "Beth," Shelby nods and smiles at Beth. Quinn returns to school and tearfully performs To Sir, With Love for Mr. Schuester. She later expresses her friendship with Kurt and Mercedes, her mended friendship with Finn and her feelings for Puck while Mr. Schuester sings Over The Rainbow. It is also revealed that Shelby adopted Quinn and Puck's baby, and through Puck's wishes she names her Beth. She mentions that she wants to adopt Beth because Shelby missed Rachel growing up, so she wants a second chance.
Quinn still isn't a Cheerio and seems to be much nicer when interviewed by Jacob. Later, she rejoins the Cheerios by convincing Sue that she can help get their budget back and by telling her Santana got breast implants over the summer. She is reinstated to Head Cheerleader while Santana gets demoted to the bottom of the pyramid. Quinn and Santana get into a vicious fight in the hallway, until Mr. Schue stops them. Quinn is still in Glee and is angry with Rachel, along with the rest of the glee club, when she causes Sunshine to join Vocal Adrenaline. At the end of the episode, Quinn is seen looking slightly regretful at Cheerios practice when seeing Santana buckling under the weight of a pyramid. She sings Empire State of Mind with New Directions and performs background vocals.
Quinn has her first minor role in the second season. She is one of the Glee club members who does not have to go to Carl's dentist office, due to her perfect teeth. Quinn tries to seduce Finn into going back out with her since they are both popular again. However Finn turns Quinn down but also says he would be lying if he said that he didn't have feelings for her anymore. Moments later, it is revealed that Rachel asked Quinn to do this and Quinn tells her Finn really loves her, although Quinn didn't seem to be very happy with it. She sings Toxic with New Directions at the school assembly. Later during Rachel's performance of The Only Exception, Quinn looks visibly upset and she and Puck share a moment.
Quinn is glad to see that Finn has taken an interest in praying and God. She says that she had a tough year and that she turned to God lots of times for help, so she agrees with Finn in wanting to show God some appreciation through song. She sings background vocals with Tina when Mercedes sings I Look to You. Later, Quinn is seen praying with Rachel and Mercedes in Burt Hummel's hospital room. Kurt notices and tells Quinn and the others to leave, which they do. She sings One of Us with New Directions. She has another minor role. Puck also sings Only The Good Die Young to her.
Quinn comforts the new kid, Sam, and helps him clean up after he had slushies thrown on him for joining glee club. Later, they agree to sing a duet together for their weekly assignment, but when Sam tries to kiss her, she panics, fearing that by getting into another relationship, she would be going down the same path she did last year and she would lose her newly regained popularity. She decides not to sing with him. However, Rachel and Finn convince them to pair up again. They sing Lucky as their duet and win the competition and two free dinner coupons to Breadstix, to which she immediately tells Sam, "This is so not a date." At the dinner, Sam tells her he thinks she was really brave for returning to McKinley after going through a pregnancy the previous year. He confides in her that he knows what it's like to hide something about ones' self and Quinn immediately jumps on the topic, asking if Sam is actually gay, an assumption made by Kurt earlier. He denies this, and instead reveals he uses lemon juice to make his hair a lighter color. After this she puts the coupons away, and tells Sam that he would be paying for dinner as "a true gentleman always pays on the first date."
Quinn is proud of Sam getting the part of Rocky in New Direction's musical of Rocky Horror Picture Show. In Rocky Horror, Quinn portrays Magenta alongside Santana, and one of the Transylvanians. She is also the lead female vocal in Time Warp and performs in the ensemble of Damn It, Janetwith Mercedes and Kurt.
Quinn is seen in a flashback sequence of Sam's where they are shown to be having a make-out session and she refuses to go any further after Sam mentions a little "something-something." Later, Quinn and Sam are again shown to be making out again and when Quinn asks Sam to say her name he instead begins fantasizing about Coach Beiste in a cheerleading outfit and accidentally says "Beiste" leaving Quinn confused and annoyed. She doesn't know this is a "cool down" method that Finn taught him. She later reports this to Sue Sylvester and confronts Sam about it in the school corridor on Sue's orders. She also performs background vocals in Start Me Up/Livin' on a Prayer.
Will Schuester imagines her, along with the rest of the glee club, as 5 year olds when he was sick. This comes up as strange because Quinn wasn't at the glee meeting even though her 5 year old self was shown. Also, she seems to like Holly Holliday and sings background vocals with Santana and Brittany in Forget You, but she is happy when Mr. Schuester comes back, even if she doesn't like his choice of music. It also seems in this episode that she and Santana have mended their fight and are friends again.
Quinn is alone with Sam in the astronomy classroom, he tells her he loves her. Then he gets down on one knee and she starts freaking out because she thinks he's going to ask her to marry him, but wants her to accept a promise ring from him. Quinn tells him it's a maybe. Rachel is talking to Quinn, Tina and Brittany about the Kurt/Karofsky situation and tells them they need to do something - by suggesting they get their football boyfriends to say something to Karofsky. Quinn tells Rachel that fighting violence with violence will do nothing and claims that she is not dating Sam. After the football guys except Finn stood up to Karofsky, Quinn is icing Sam's black eye telling him she finds it hot that he stood up for Kurt. They perform Marry You, and Quinn has a larger role in the song. Then Quinn is seen singing and dancing with New Directions in Just the Way You Are. Quinn approaches Sam telling him how she was proud of him for taking the lead and standing up. She then points out that the whole time they've been talking he hasn't noticed that she was wearing the promise ring on her hand, which she stole after breaking into Sam's locker with a nail filer.
When New Directions are preparing for Sectionals, Mr. Schuester re-arranges his predictable plans to put Rachel and Finn on a duet and instead gives it to Quinn and Sam, resulting in an angry verbal showdown between the two. At Sectionals, Quinn and Sam perform (I've Had) The Time of My Life from Dirty Dancing and New Directions tie with The Warblers.
Quinn performs the part that Kurt sings on the album in the song The Most Wonderful Day of the Year. Quinn and other members of the glee club group together, in hopes of keeping Brittany's belief in Santa alive, go to the mall and sit on Santa's lap where Quinn wishes to get rid of stretch marks for Christmas. She is also seen making out with Sam under a mistletoe. She has a minor role in this episode.
Mr. Schue explains that the Cheerios who are also in the Glee club (Quinn, Brittany and Santana) have to choose between Cheerios and New Directions, after Sue delivers them an ultimatum regarding their loyalties to both New Directions and the Cheerios. Rachel believes Quinn will choose the former due her growing popularity. Finn stands up for her, stating that she (Rachel) doesn't know what Quinn is going to do. But after Quinn decides to quit the Glee club in favor of the Cheerios and her growing popularity, Finn, as Co-captain of New Directions, begins to shout at Quinn, asking why she chose the Cheerios over the glee club. After he cites her actions as being "weak," Sam immediately comes to her rescue where they get into a pushing match. On the day of the big football game and the Cheerios' Regionals competition, during the game's half-time, as Finn attempts to persuade Quinn to rejoin the club, she is noticeably touched by his words as they are genuinely nostalgic and sweet, and agrees, along with Brittany and Santana, to quit the Cheerios and return to the football game with Finn. As the football team scores the winning touchdown, Quinn stares lovingly in Finn's direction (something they used to do), which he immediately reciprocates. At the end of the eventful week, Quinn leans against a bank of lockers (reminiscent of the 'I love you' scene in Season 1), catching Finn off-guard. She thanks him for his guidance towards helping her make her choice to stay in Glee club, declaring that it was these qualities that made her fall in love with him, before giving him a lingering kiss which leaves him speechless.
Quinn is with Sam at a locker while Finn is explaining through voice-over how he can get any girl to kiss him besides Quinn. His mission was to get her to kiss him so he decides to set up a kissing booth for the glee club. Quinn then confronts Finn telling him that she knows the reason why he made the kissing booth, so that she would kiss him again. She said very close to his face, that it's not gonna happen and she's with Sam. Sam saw from down the hall, which makes him believe they had kissed. Sam confronts Quinn in the library telling her he saw that they were in "kissing distance" of each other. Quinn told Sam she was looking at old records to find a song to sing to him for their Glee assignment, and comes back with the fact that he is the only one who is ever within "kissing distance" of her. Then Sam asks Quinn why she hasn't kissed Finn, believing that she is hiding something. In response to Sam's accusations, Quinn goes to the kissing booth to kiss Finn with Sam supervising. Although it is only a peck, fireworks are shown after the kiss, showing that it was very enjoyable for both Finn and Quinn. Quinn whispers into Finn's ear to meet her in the auditorium after Glee Club when she has to run back to the booth and grab her purse after walking off with Sam. During Glee Club, Santana senses that Finn and Quinn are having an affair and plots revenge against them for when they yelled at her in Glee Club a couple days earlier. After getting mono from a sick patient in the nurse's office, (which doesn't affect her anymore because she has had it so many times) she goes up to the kissing booth, giving Finn mono, who unknowingly contracts it, in an effort to expose them. Quinn meets with Finn in the auditorium and is hesitant about kissing him, admitting that she had been praying for the strength not to come, but they end up making out anyway. Later in Glee Club, both Finn and Quinn are feeling sick, Santana says that they might have mono and explains that the reason the other girls Finn kissed don't have mono is what really helps spread it is a little tongue. Sam is confused saying that the kiss he saw was, "only a peck." Quinn does indeed have mono from kissing Finn in the auditorium and goes home sick after going to the nurses office with Finn, who is confirmed to be the only other person with mono, despite Finn kissing over 300 other girls.
Quinn is asked by Sam to go to paint coasters with him at Color Me Mine. She is hesitant going with him because she is still unsure about her feelings for Finn. Although Sam seems to buy Quinn's story of saving Finn's life by fishing a gumball out of his mouth with hers as the reason she got mono. Sam senses that she is pulling away, and so trying to win her back, he sings Baby to her and it slowly starts to win her over. Then Sam, as part of The Justin Bieber Experience, performs another song, Somebody to Love, which Quinn adores for its "shamelessness," and it causes her to choose Sam. Although Quinn finally decided she wants to be with Sam, Santana has told Sam that Quinn cheated on him, and that he is only believing what he wants to believe in order to stay with her. Later, Quinn asks Sam for a T-shirt to wear when they are painting mugs, and he says that they aren't going because he isn't her boyfriend anymore. Sam tells Quinn that she can't look him in the eye and say that she didn't kiss Finn. Quinn does not deny the kiss, but tells Sam that she wants to be with him. Sam leaves, telling her that he is now going out with Santana.
Quinn is visibly disturbed by Sam and Santana making out at Rachel Berry's House Party, and seems to still have feelings for Sam. Quinn is revealed to be an "angry drunk" with Lauren, in this episode, shouting at Puck that she used to have abs before he got her pregnant. Quinn, along with all the other New Directions members except for Finn and Kurt, abuse alcohol during this episode, despite it being "Alcohol Awareness Week" at McKinley. In Don't You Want Me, Quinn looks over at Sam with extreme jealousy as he is making out with Santana, and Finn looks over at Quinn. She also called Mr. Schue a hypocrite due to the fact that most adults drink alcohol.
It is shown that Quinn re-joined the Celibacy Club along with Rachel, which is now headed by Ms. Pillsbury. Ms. Pillsbury points out what they did their last meeting and notes that Rachel spent an hour quizzing Quinn on the extent of her relationship with Finn, all of which she refused to answer because "it is none of her (Rachel's) business." She then says that the reason she joined celibacy club again is to focus on herself. When Holly comes into teach the glee kids sex-ed, she sings Do You Wanna Touch Me (Oh Yeah) and Quinn, along with Rachel, is hesitant to get up and dance with the rest of the club until Holly gets them to dance. Later on, she, with the rest of the celibacy club, now including Puck and Lauren, sing Afternoon Delight under Ms. Pillsbury's request to counter Holly's lesson, which ends up not being a countering argument at all when Holly informs them it's about "sneaking out for a nooner." In one of the last scenes of the episode, she is seen in celibacy club, now headed by Rachel, along all of the other glee members besides Finn, Mike, Tina, and Mercedes. After a short talk about intimacy, Puck asks, "Speaking of intimacy, what's up with the hickey Quinn?" She quickly denies it's a hickey even though Puck assures her it is because he is a "connoisseur" at that kind of thing, and makes up the excuse that she burnt herself with a curling iron. It is revealed through a flashback scene that it is indeed a hickey that she got from Finn who she is now secretly dating. In this scene, they are shown kissing on Quinn's bed while she mentions that they have time to campaign for prom king and queen. When asked by Finn that them together wasn't all about that, Quinn responds that she made a mistake with Puck and that Finn should have been her first time and that this is where she belongs, with Finn now. He agrees and they kiss again.
Quinn comes again to the mean side. The first Quinn scene is her seeing Finn and Rachel sitting in the choir room talking about another failed attempt of Rachel's song writing. It then proceeds to be a Quinn voice over where she says that she really likes Finn and that he was her first love and first loves are forever. She then wonders how "damaged" Finn is to ever have been interested in someone as annoying as Rachel. She then expresses the desire to become prom queen alongside Finn as prom king because she knows she will never get there without his newfound extreme popularity to get her votes. She realizes the only thing standing in her way is Rachel and her talent. In order to make sure Finn doesn't stray away from her, Quinn decides to become "friends" with Rachel working off the motto, "keep your friends close, but your enemies closer." The next day in glee club when Rachel springs her idea to do an original song again, Quinn agrees with her, to the shock of others. She compliments Rachel's talent, telling the club that they have a great song writer in their midst and that she would like to help Rachel write a song, only her knowing her ulterior motive. Eventually everyone piles aboard to the original songs idea. Later on, Quinn approaches Finn at his locker and they talk about prom and her desire to have them back on top, only being able to be if they are elected for prom king and queen. She decides that after Regionals that they would go public with their relationship and start to campaign, which after some debate, Finn agrees to. They continue to walk down the hall with her arm wrapped through Finn's for a short time before pulling away. From behind, Rachel sees this, leaving her suspicious. In the auditorium, secluded from the rest of the club, Rachel asks Quinn point blank if she and Finn are back together. Quinn bluntly tells her they are, and have been for a couple of weeks, and continues asking Rachel if, "she wants to know how this story plays out?" She tells Rachel that she doesn't belong in Lima, she's meant for bigger things and it's time she accepted that her life plan is too big and doesn't have room for Finn. Somewhat bitterly, Quinn says that she and Finn will stay in Lima, she'll be a real estate agent and Finn will take over Burt's tire shop, while Rachel lives her dream. When Rachel insists it is not over between her and Finn, Quinn tells Rachel that she is living a "school girl fantasy of life," and until she realizes that life doesn't have a perfect storybook ending, she'll never "get it right." From this, a distraught Rachel writes the ballad number for Regionals, Get It Right. During the Warblers' performance, Quinn makes a show of holding Finn's hand when she catches Rachel staring at Finn and Finn returning the gaze, but this doesn't stop him from gazing at Rachel tenderly during her solo, and after their Loser Like Me performance, Finn wraps his arm around Rachel, as Quinn watches, bitterly aware that she might be losing him all over again. She is jealous of the chemistry between Finn and Rachel.
Quinn has a minor role in this episode but as she gives out the taffies that will keep Sandy and the others quiet from hating on the performances, she takes the opportunity to promote herself and asks them to 'remember to vote for Quinn Fabray for prom queen.'
It's clearly shown that she's nervous and tense about the 'embracing assignment,' and tells Lauren that she doesn't know anything about her. Meanwhile Quinn supports Rachel when they go to the doctor for a possible nose job for Rachel. She tells Rachel how happy she is with herself and her looks and how people react to her appearance. Convincing her that a nose job is the best thing. They sing I Feel Pretty/Unpretty together. As Lauren keeps on searching for dirt about Quinn, then she discovers Quinn's transformation from Lucy to Quinn. After knowing that Lauren had posted the 'Vote For Lucy Caboosey' flyers on billboards and walls, she was distraught, tore one off from the billboard and ran off, weeping. Quinn tells Finn later on that they won't stand a chance in winning prom king and queen after what had happened, until Finn took out a Lucy Caboosey photo from his wallet, stating that 'This is my girlfriend' and kisses her. But to her surprise, a number of girls were then so inspired by 'her' Lucy Caboosey flyer and told her that 'you got our votes' (which they were originally inspired by Lauren). Quinn ultimately embraced her background and made her shirt, printing 'Lucy Caboosey' on it.
Quinn is seen sitting when Finn comes in complaining that the newspaper said she was with Sam. They both deny it and Sam and Finn almost get into a fight. She is later seen on Finn and Rachel's stakeout hugging Sam. The next day Finn talks to her about what he saw and questions her. She said she hasn't cheated and won't this time, and they agree they will have to learn to trust each other. They do a duet I Don't Want to Know. She tells him if he wants them to be together, he can't sing duets anymore with Rachel. While Rachel performs Go Your Own Way directed to Finn, Quinn gets upset saying Rachel is singing to her man. Sam reveals that Kurt and Quinn have been helping him out; Quinn helped babysit, where she could do 'girl stuff' with Stacey, Sam's sister. She is seen performing Don't Stop with the Glee club with Sam and his younger brother and sister.
Quinn is shown getting ready to be prom queen. She wears a beautiful blue dress to prom and Finn says to her, "You are the most beautiful girl I have ever seen in my life." She is furious when Finn is kicked out of prom for fighting with Jesse. She loses prom queen to Kurt, because students voted to offend him. Furious nonetheless, she runs into the bathroom and slaps Rachel across the face, accusing Rachel of ruining her night, though she later makes up with her (Rachel). The two then have a heart-to-heart in which Quinn reveals that she's terrified all the time of what will happen after high school.
Quinn sits with the other glee members in the choir room when Finn says he should sing a duet with Rachel at nationals stating, "We killed it withFaithfully." Quinn retorts, "Yeah, killed us. We lost." She attended Jean's funeral, where she, along with others in New Directions, sings Pure Imagination. Right after the funeral, Finn breaks up with Quinn, saying it was because he no longer had feelings for her, stating he doesn't feel 'tethered' to her like the way Sue talked about Jean, yet really he still has feelings for Rachel. When Finn asks if she 'feels' anything anymore, a tear rolls down her face and she asks if it (the tear/making her cry) is enough 'feeling' for him. Quinn then gets out of the car after he tries to apologize and runs away crying, leaving Finn alone. He later tells her in Glee that he's proud of how she was reacting to the breakup, and how she didn't quit Glee. She replies telling him that her quitting Glee would ruin her plans for New York. When Finn asks about what type of plans she has, she answers with a simple, "You'll see."
Quinn is seen at the beginning to be hostile towards Rachel and also watches one of Finn and Rachel's conversations. Later on, Santana and Brittany appear to be banging on the bathroom door, which Quinn is in, Santana confronts her behavior and Quinn has a very big break-down. She angrily says that she doesn't care about the competition and thinks she, Santana, and Brittany are supposed to be the popular ones. But she also says that the popular girls don't get anyone: Tina has Mike, Rachel has Finn and even Lauren hooks up. She, no longer yelling, but crying, states that she wants somebody to love her. Santana and Brittany comfort her and Santana advises her to form a new image; starting with a haircut. The trio seems to be best friends again. Later on when New Directions are in their hotel room, Quinn has had her hair cut in a bob. She performs in the group number Light Up The World. Quinn is visibly upset when New Directions come in 12th place, just missing out on the top ten by 2 places. Back at McKinley, she is seen at the end having fun with Sam and Puck, as Rachel and Finn walk in she seems to have no hard feelings by welcoming them. (By the end of this episode, it was never strongly revealed if she really had any 'plans' for New York. Nothing she did was something she could have planned a week earlier. However, her plan may have been getting Rachel kicked out of Glee club as she stated she wanted to, to Brittany and Santana).
Quinn is found with a brand new image over her summer vacation, as she has turned punk and joined a girl gang, The Skanks. This scene is accompanied by a voice-over, in which she talks in a disinterested tone about her summer. During this scene, we see she has dyed her hair hot pink, got a new nose piercing and an "ironic tattoo of Ryan Seacrest" on her lower back. She walks up to Brittany and Santana and they ask her why she's not joining the Cheerios and the Glee Club this year. She tells them that over the summer she went through a lot of changes and that she finally figured out who she is. Santana says that they joined New Directions and the Cheerios together and they're "like besties for life." Brittany states they used to be like the Three Musketeers, and now she and Santana are like Almond Joy and Quinn is "a Jolly Rancher that fell in the ash tray." Quinn is later seen hanging out and smoking under the bleachers with the Skanks. She is their newest member and doesn't want to be with Santana or Brittany anymore. Later, under the bleachers, the Skanks sniff the smell of soap - it's Rachel, who has hunted down Quinn to tell her that the New Directions are a family and that she should come back, but Quinn explains that Glee isn't who she is anymore. One of The Skanks, "The Mack," offers to give Quinn ten dollars if she'll let her beat up Rachel, but Quinn ignores this. Later in the episode during the scene where Blaine sings It's Not Unusual, the Cheerios, prompted by Santana, douse the purple piano in lighter fluid. The scene culminates in Quinn leaving and flicking her lit cigarette at the piano, which sets it ablaze. In the last scene, she is seen in a darkened corner of the theatre, looking on with jealousy and visible sadness as New Directions perform You Can't Stop the Beat.
Shelby Corcoran returns to Lima with Quinn and Puck's biological daughter, Beth. She extends an offer to Quinn and Puck to see Beth, but only Puck accepts Shelby's offer. Puck tries to tell her to listen to Shelby but cuts him off. Quinn yells at Shelby saying she is Beth's real mom and storms out of the room. Later she and The Skanks give a girl a swirlie in the girls bathroom and steal her lunch money. As the girl runs away, Sue walks in and the other Skanks depart. Quinn nearly lights up a cigarette, but Sue takes it, throws it into the toilet bowl and tells her that smoking kills. She then extends an offer to Quinn to get back at the glee club in filming a video stating how show choir ruined her life. She accepts and goes on to film the video. In the video, we see a sequence of dimly lit images of Quinn, doing things such as stealing several fire extinguishers and burning out her cigarette on a 'No Smoking' sign underneath the bleachers. Later, Quinn looks confused as she pulls a pipe and a box of cornstarch from her locker. It turns out Sue placed the objects in Quinn's locker to spice up her film by stating that Quinn kills the pain away by smoking corn starch. For the climax of Sue's video, Quinn storms into Will's office and tells him how Glee Club ruined her life and that she will never be returning. But Will retaliates by telling her that the Glee Club had stood by her in her worst times, then telling Quinn that she is selfish and that she needs to grow up. This prompts her, Becky, and Sue to leave. Shelby tries to tell Quinn to notice what she has done with her life. However, once Quinn sees a photo of Beth on Shelby's cell phone, she reconsiders changing her attitude and decides to go back to her old image. At the end of the episode, Quinn turns up at Booty Camp with her hair dyed back to blonde and asks to rejoin Glee Club, and she is welcomed back with open arms. Puck tells her that he is proud of her, but she says that all she wants is to regain full custody of Beth, and if dying her hair back to blonde and pretending she is special is what she's got to do, then she'll do it.
Quinn has a minor role, just saying the line "It's 4:30 in the afternoon," to Mercedes. However, she is seen dancing at Booty Camp and with Brittany and Santana in Run the World (Girls). She is seen during It's All Over and Fix You. She is also talking with Puck during Spotlight. She is last seen walking down the hallway speaking and holding hands with Puck when New Directions view the cast list for West Side Story'.'
Puck and Quinn convince Shelby to let them babysit Beth for a night of her choosing. Quinn plants false evidence to frame Shelby as an unfit mother in Shelby’s apartment so that she can call child service and get full custody of Beth. She says many beautiful things about Beth with Puck. She is seen during Blaine's performance of Last Friday Night dancing and doing back vocals with New Directions.
Quinn is giving Rachel advice on whether to have sex with Finn or not along with Santana, Tina, and Brittany. Quinn states Finn and Rachel should wait because of her not waiting herself and ending up pregnant, and because it complicates relationships. She performs in McKinley High's production of West Side Story as Riff's girlfriend, Graziella, and is seen performing a back-up vocals for America.
Quinn tries to join the Troubletones to get closer to Shelby, therefore closer to Beth. Puck later tells Shelby about the objects she placed around her apartment. Quinn performs in the New Directions mash-up for I Can't Go For That/You Make My Dreams and during her performance, Shelby angrily glares at her. Quinn later goes to Shelby's place, bringing a present for Beth and questions why she hasn't been allowed to join the Troubletones. Shelby refuses to give Quinn answers so they have a disagreement on what motherhood is. Later Quinn comes to Shelby's condo bringing a present for Beth. Shelby tells Quinn that she knows about the plot to get Beth back. Quinn says Beth is her baby. But Shelby says, "It's not about whose body she comes out of. It's about accepting the fact that you don't matter anymore, that your feelings and that your life and that your body, they all come second to making sure that the child is happy and safe." Quinn tells Shelby she doesn't know anything because she was a "cashwhore" with Rachel. Shelby, outraged, kicks Quinn out. Before leaving, Quinn asks if Puck gets to see Beth but Shelby cuts her off and says, "We're done here." Shelby points out that Quinn taking out her nose ring and dying her hair blonde again doesn't change anything.
Puck appears to be singing to Quinn during I'm the Only One, but in fact, he was singing to Shelby and Quinn realizes it. Then, Quinn invites Puck to her house that Friday night as her mother would be attending a Christian wine tasting cruise the entire weekend. Puck declines, though she promises him that if he comes over, she would allow him to have sex with her, but he still rejects her. Though the two are later seen in her bed making out and about to have sex, Puck stops in the middle of it to make sure it doesn't going any farther considering that he doesn't have a condom but Quinn tells him that it's fine because she wouldn't mind getting pregnant with him again, they could make another 'perfect baby'. He apologizes to her for letting her down when she needed him and makes her realize that she doesn't need anyone else to make her special. He says that she's the one person he believes is going to get out of Lima and 'make something of herself', and he envisions her someplace warm and glamorous. Touched by his speech, she asks him to stay with her, lie with her and hold her, which he does. Then, she asks who he's angry with and Puck tells her his big secret about Shelby (off screen). At last, she is seen in the choir room and she seems to be angry. Tina asks her if she is all right, but she doesn't answer her and looks at Shelby with anger and disgust. She also performs in the all-girls number of I Kissed a Girl. Also, Coach Beiste references her and Sue in Jolene during the lines "Your beauty is beyond compare / With flaming locks of golden hair / With ivory skin and eyes of emerald green." She also is seen going into the voting booth. Though she admits she likes Kurt's platform, Quinn decides to take after her father (who voted for the "least ethnic" candidates) and votes for Brittany, "the one who's most girl."
Rachel offers her vocal coaching to win against The Troubletones, but Quinn says she doesn't need support because she is sure New Directions will win if she tells Principal Figgins that Puck and Shelby slept together. Rachel tells her that if she does it she will ruin Beth's life, having no clothes, food, or a house to live in if Shelby is fired, and Quinn interrupts saying that if Shelby is fired she will look like an unfit mother, and saying that that's the time she was waiting for all year, Rachel tells her that Beth loves her mother, Shelby, and if Quinn tells Figgins, she will reach the bottom. In the choir room she says she is sure that they will win. When Sam comes to the choir room she was happy to see him and they hug. When Sam sings Red Solo Cup she is doing backup vocals with Tina. In the hallway she and Shelby look at each other angrily. Quinn tells Sam that she is free and that he doesn't have to worry about Mercedes because she has a boyfriend, (meaning that she wants to be with him) then he tells her that he wants nothing to do with her, because he still loves Mercedes. She tells him that he would be an amazing father for Beth, because he is a good person with children. He tells her that she needs to stop growing up so fast and that she should enjoy her youth because she is in her senior year, he shares a verse of a John Mellencamp's song "Jack and Diane" that is his favorite lyric of the song and tells her "Hold on to sixteen as long as you can." On the night of the competition, Shelby and the Troubletones visit the New Directions choir room to wish them luck and to tell them that the best Glee Club will win. Shelby tells her that if The Troubletones win they will let any girl of New Directions (Quinn or Tina) join them; Will tells her that they don't want any distraction, but he thanks her. Quinn interrupts him telling them that they will win, and she tells her that Puck is with them and that he is a shining star in every aspect and asks Shelby if she thinks the same thing. When The Unitards give their performance she is watching them with all the other members of New Directions and The Troubletones. When they finish she stands up and goes to Figgins' office. On her way there, Rachel stops her and tells her that if she does it she will be sorry about it. Quinn tells her that she is an adult and that she makes her own decisions and that if she tells Figgins, New Directions can win. Rachel tells her that that's not the way that they have to win because they have worked too hard to win like that. Rachel also tells her that if she is going to do it, she should tell Shelby first. She goes to Shelby and tells her what she knows. Shelby apologizes to her and tells her that she needs to enjoy her youth because her beauty will not go, but she will get older. Quinn watches The Troubletones performance, when it finishes she performs with New Directions. She has solo parts in ABC. In the second song, Control, she performs the opening speech, and then does backup vocals. In the third song, Man in the Mirror, she does back-up vocals. When their entire set list ends, she seeks out Puck and then she hugs him. When the judges announce that they win, she is very excited and happy. Quinn reveals to Rachel that she isn't going to tell on Shelby because she loves Beth and it isn't in her best interest. She and Rachel admit they are sort of friends and she tells Rachel that she wants to attend the Yale School of Drama. Rachel offers her help if she needs it. In the Girls Bathroom, Quinn talks with Mercedes, Santana, and Brittany, encouraging them to re-join New Directions, but they have their doubts at first, but Quinn states she talked Mr. Schue and Rachel into agreeing that the Troubletones would have at least one number whenever they perform at competitions. In We Are Young Quinn has solo lines, then Mercedes, Brittany, and Santana join the song accepting Quinn's offer.
Quinn is first seen performing back-up vocals during All I Want for Christmas Is You with Mercedes and the rest of New Directions as they decorate the Christmas tree in the choir room. Later, she is seen duringRory´s performance of Blue Christmas and is later seated next to Kurt, while Rachel and Blaine sing their original song Extraordinary Merry Christmas. Later, however, we see that instead of being there for the filming of Glee Club's Christmas special, she is serving food with Sam at the homeless shelter. He says she's gotten better since the previous weeks, and she agrees that she has gotten better and has stopped focusing on the things she doesn't have. Sam says he's glad Quinn turned her act around because she deserves good things, and she says she's trying her hardest to do so. Sue joins their conversation, telling them to be cautious about portion size since there isn't enough food. Later, when New Directions comes in the homeless shelter, she sings along with them to Do They Know It's Christmas?.
Quinn is first seen talking to Santana and performs Summer Nights with New Directions. Later, in the choir room Will announces he's proposing to Emma, Quinn says that he won't screw it up this time. Next she is seen with the rest of the New Directions confronting Artie about going out with Becky, as she says he was seen having dinner with Becky at Breadstix. She's also seen watching Rachel singing Without You in the choir room and performing We Found Love, where she is mainly paired up with Kurt and Puck.
Quinn appears dancing and doing back-up vocals in Bad. During the dance partner sequence of Bad, she is partnered with Jeff the Warbler. Later, Quinn is approached by Rachel in the girls bathroom where Rachel asks for advice on what to do regarding Finn's proposal to her, as Quinn is the only person who she trusts to give an honest and thought-provoking answer. Before giving advice, Quinn tells Rachel about her acceptance to Yale, and is extremely excited by it. She then tells Rachel that she should leave her past behind and look towards the future, something that Rachel does not like to hear. However, Quinn persists that in order for her to have a bright future, she has to break it off with Finn. Quinn begins her solo of Never Can Say Goodbye, which is a tribute to all of her ex-boyfriends. In the choir room, the New Directions congratulate Quinn on her acceptance to Yale. Almost in tears, Quinn gives a monologue about how the New Directions have helped her along the way. Then, Quinn (along with the rest of New Directions) perform Black or White to Sebastian Smythe and the Warblers.
Quinn has a very minor role. She and the rest of the New Directions girls and Kurt, are seen enjoying David Martinez' performance of Sexy and I Know It. Then she appears watching the performance of David Martinez and Santana's La Isla Bonita and Will's A Little Less Conversation.
Quinn rejoins The God Squad (she seems to have left prior to Heart and after The Spanish Teacher), where she meets Joe Hart and welcomes him, along with Mercedes and Sam, to the club. Later, she is seen in the choir room listening to Rachel and Finn while they are saying that they will get married; she opposes them along with Kurt; this causes them to be uninvited from the wedding, though Rachel says that she would have 'loved to have seen (Quinn) in a bridesmaid's dress.' She later dedicates Stereo Hearts to Rachel, along with The God Squad, because Finn asked and paid them to perform a song for Rachel. After Santana watched them doing Stereo Hearts, she pays and ask them to sing a song for Brittany. This causes Joe's to doubt if they should do it. After that, she talks with The God Squad about singing to gay people, because Joe's religion causes him to have doubts about it. At Sugar's Valentine's party, they sing Cherish/Cherish for Brittany, in which Quinn has a major solo. Lastly, she is seen dancing (with Joe and others) to Love Shack along with the other invited people.
Sue tells her that she is pregnant. Quinn then gives her some advice; then Quinn asks her if she can rejoin the Cheerios but Sue says no. She appears with The God Squad to talk about the attempted suicide of Dave Karofsky, and as she discusses it with Kurt she gets into an argument with him about it. Later, Quinn is seen with the other New Directions members talking about Dave's issue. She sings back-up vocals inFly/I Believe I Can Fly and Here's to Us at Regionals. Later, she is seen with Sue again, and Sue tells her that at first she admired Quinn because she reminded her of what she was like when she was young; however, she then tells Quinn that the reason she admires her is because she is different from her. She then gives Quinn her cheerio's uniform. Subsequently, she sees Rachel and tells her that she supports her marriage to Finn, after asking if Rachel's performance of Here's To Us was directed towards 'Finn and only Finn,' to which Rachel confirms that it was. At last, she is seen going to Rachel and Finn's wedding but she runs a stop sign, texting Rachel "On My Way" while driving, and is hit by a truck as the episode ends with "To Be Continued" rolling onto the screen.
Quinn approaches Finn and Rachel saying that though she is in a wheel chair, she is just happy to be alive and proceeds to race with Artie to the Choir room singing I'm Still Standing with Artie. She then tells the rest of the Glee Club not to feel sorry for her because she is okay and is positive that she will be able to walk again, making a promise to be able to sing and dance with the rest of them at Nationals. Later, while everyone is planning what to do for senior skip day, Rachel starts crying about Quinn being in a wheel chair, partially blaming herself but Quinn reassures Rachel that it wasn't her fault and hugs her. She also then suggests that for senior skip day, the New Directions should go to Six Flags. Later, Quinn and Artie are seen with Artie encouraging Quinn to make it up a steep ramp on the school campus, cheering her on all the way and she accomplishes the task. Artie then comes up with an idea on how they should spend senior skip day together at a skate park where others like them like to go. Quinn catches Finn while he is texting and walking in the hallway and lectures him on how it's not a good idea. She also tells him that she and Artie have plans for senior skip day so she is not able to make it to Six Flags. At the skate park with Artie, Quinn is amazed at all the people there that are not letting their handicapped situations get in their way. She and Artie sing at the park. Near the end, Artie brings up that Quinn should maybe get used to being in a wheelchair to which Quinn says is temporary and that she will be able to walk again. Artie asks her what if she isn't able to walk anymore but Quinn is adamant on being able to walk again. At school, while Quinn is trying to get something out of her locker, some of her books fall out and Joe Hart helps her with them. He then walks with her to class and Quinn is grateful for his company. Joe than tells Quinn that he is praying for her, something she is thankful for until she finds out that he isn't praying for what she thought he was praying for and gets upset. She apologizes and invites Joe to New Direction's Booty Camp in the auditorium where he then joins the New Directions.
Quinn doesn't have much of a role in the episode, but she is seen enjoying the performances her fellow Glee Club members put on. She also doesn't speak. She is absent in the next episode, Choke.
Quinn is approached by Joe where he asks her if he could attend and help her with her physical therapy. They later sing Saving All My Love For You together which can be notably seen as them singing the song to each other. During this song, there are scenes where Joe is helping Quinn with her physical therapy and there is a moment between them. Later in the girls bathroom with the rest of the New Directions girls, the girls point out how intimate Joe and Quinn's duet was to which she states that he is not into her like that because at her therapy session when it looked as if he would kiss her, he pulled away. Later in the episode during another scene where Joe was helping Quinn with her therapy sessions, Joe talks about how much he likes Quinn and would maybe give up on his religion just to be with her, something Quinn tells him not to do. They talk about what kind of relationship they have and they are unsure of what kind of relationship it is. She is later seen with the rest of New Directions towards the end singing, My Love Is Your Love happily.
Quinn is first seen at physical therapy with Joe, where she uses a parallel bar to assist her with walking. Joe cheers her on but she ends up slipping and falling causing Joe to rush to her side but she is fine because she is laughing. Joe talks to her about showing everyone that she can walk but she states that she wants to keep it quiet for a bit to surprise everyone later when she can walk completely once again. As the episode progresses, Quinn is shown to be running for prom queen with Finn running for prom king alongside her, something Rachel is not happy about at all. In the Choir room while Brittany explains the theme for senior prom, she announces that Quinn and Santana are in charge of counting the votes for prom king and queen because though they are both running for prom queen, they don't trust the other one so they will keep the other in check. Later on, while Finn is talking to Quinn about prom, a girl approaches Quinn saying that she finds her to be an inspiration, something that Quinn plays on. At prom, Finn walks into the girls' bathroom and sees Quinn standing, he is upset that she didn't tell anyone and accuses her of using her being in a wheelchair as an excuse to get more votes. Quinn begs Finn to stay and during Love You Like a Love Song, Finn gets tired of what he believes is an act and yells at Quinn to stand up and walk causing Joe to come to Quinn's defense. After pushing Joe away at one point Finn bends down to grab Quinn and, presumably, force her to stand. Finn storms off and Quinn has a worried expression on her face. Quinn and Rachel talk about how in the beginning Rachel viewed Quinn as this amazing and beautiful girl and how that view has stayed the same but with Quinn being more compassionate. When the time to count votes come, Quinn and Santana find out that Quinn beat her by one vote. Quinn voices that even though she had dreamed of this moment, she doesn't feel any different and the two come up with an idea to give the prom queen crown to Rachel. At the end of the episode, Santana and Quinn sing Take My Breath Away where Quinn stands up during the middle of the song, something everyone is surprised and elated about.
When everyone is switched during Tina's Dream, Quinn is switched with Sugar. Also in this episode, Quinn is walking completely again.
Quinn and Tina are asked to take over for Mercedes in the Troubletones after Mercedes gets sick from eating a bad burrito. This is something Quinn is unsure about but is encouraged by Mr. Schue to do it. Later while everyone is practicing, Quinn is seen to be having trouble with the steps to the dance numbers for the performance. When the competition is about to start and everyone is getting ready to perform, Mercedes comes in feeling a lot better and Quinn sees this as a chance to get out of taking over Mercedes' part but Mercedes insists that Quinn and Tina still perform with The Troubletones. Behind the curtains, Quinn, Santana, and Brittany, known as the Unholy Trinity, have a moment together. Quinn performs Edge of Glory with The Troubletones and Tina without trouble. Near the end of the episode, during We Are The Champions Quinn gives Mr. Schue a hug and kiss on the cheek.
Quinn is performing the song the graduating members sing to the non-graduating members, You Get What You Give and is sadden by the fact that she has to leave her friends. She enjoys the song the non-graduates sing for them, In My Life and watches Puck from the side. She later has a voiceover of her high school experience where she sees Puck struggling to study. She talks to Rachel about their friendship in the girl's bathroom and Rachel tells Quinn that she thinks Quinn is meant to be with Puck. At her house, she helps Puck study and gives him words of encouragement and tells him she loves him as well as a kiss. In Sue's office, Quinn tries to return her cheerios uniform but Sue tells her to keep it. Sue and Quinn talk about how much Quinn has changed and grown up over the years and Quinn tearfully hugs Sue and says that she will miss her, which leads to Sue saying, "I don't see how that's possible." She graduates and near the end is seen saying bye to Rachel while hugging Santana.
Homeward Bound/Home before Puck shows up and starts to sing along with her. Later on, Santana, Mike, Mercedes and Finn also join in the song. Quinn is really happy to see them and at the end of the number she says that they all came for the holiday just like they promised. The scene ends with all of them sharing a group hug. Later, Quinn is at Breadstix along with all the graduates except Rachel and Kurt. The group is having fun as they are talking about some funny stuff they did in college and then they start wondering why Kurt and Rachel aren't here. Quinn mentions that she and Rachel still keep in touch as they often talk about how Quinn still hasn't gone to New York to see her. Quinn also mentions that she is really busy at the moment with homework, lessons and other stuff. She also tells Finn that she is really sorry what happened with him and Rachel. Then, Finn changes the conversation and asks Quinn and the others to help mentor the new kids. The next day, we see Quinn and the other graduates standing in front of the glee club in the Choir room. As Finn introduces them as legends, he pairs the new kids with them. Quinn is paired up with Kitty, who seems really happy to be paired with Quinn. She mentions that Quinn is really funny and that they are so much alike. Next, we see Quinn, Santana and Brittany mentoring the girls about their performance and their dancing because the Unholy Trinity are show choir goddesses, as Brittany mentions. Quinn also says how the three of them knew each other so well that when they were dancing they knew exactly which way to move. Right after that the girls of the New Directions ask if Quinn, Brittany and Santana could give them an example, Quinn says that it's been a couple of months, but that they could put together something on the fly. They start singing Come See About Me with Quinn on lead. Next, we see Quinn talking with Kitty in the hallway. Kitty tells her that she is really happy that Quinn is her mentor and then Kitty shows Quinn her locker in which there is a picture of Quinn in her Cheerios uniform with a halo and the initials WWQFD. Kitty informs Quinn that she asks herself everyday "What Would Quinn Fabray Do?" Quinn is really happy to know that people still remember her and then Kitty explains to her that not only do they remember her but they worship her and aspire to be her. After that, Quinn asks Kitty what's wrong with Marley because she seemed tired at rehearsal. Kitty explains to Quinn that ever since Marley started dating Jake Puckerman, she is not the same and word on the street is that he is pressuring her to have sex with him to which Quinn doesn’t look too happy. That’s why Quinn goes to talk to Jake and tells him to not pressure Marley because the only way they are going to win Sectionals is if Marley is at her best and if he continues to pressure her she's not going to be. The next day, we see Quinn mentoring Kitty in the Choir room. Quinn gives her some advise for Sectionals. Then Kitty hugs Quinn as a thank you and leaves the room, while Santana is entering it. Santana tells Quinn that that girl is pure evil because she is giving “her girl” laxatives. Quinn tells Santana that Kitty is a very sweet girl. Quinn is trying to tell Santana that what she is doing right now is projecting as she is projecting Kitty to her. That’s what her Yale Professor explained to her. Quinn later on mentions that she is dating that Professor and continues accusing Santana of being jealous of her. Quinn then makes a comment about Santana being too insecure and scared to follow her dreams. Santana then retaliates a comment about the professor getting so turned on by teen moms who barely visit their kids. This results in Quinn slapping Santana, which Santana returns immediately. But luckily Brittany comes in and stops them. Then we see Quinn right before Sectionals in the choir room with the New Directions and the graduates doing a show circle. During the performance of the New Directions, Kitty winks at one of the judges and we see Quinn smiling in the audience because that's what she advised her.
Even if she doesn't appear at all, she plays quite a big role in Artie's dream, she is mentioned when Artie asks Rory whether the wheel chair in front of him is his. Rory tells him the wheelchair belonged to Quinn, who got in a car accident because of texting while driving. Without the support of her friends in glee club, her spirit never recovered and she died of a broken heart. The scene ends with Artie sitting in her chair. She is symbolized by a white rose.
Santana, Rachel, and Quinn singing Love Song Quinn first appears with Santana, when Rachel opens her door to find the two of them in the apartment. Later, the three are seated down, Rachel asking why they're here. Santana explains that they need to talk to her about her topless scene in the student film, and are also here for shopping and Quinn says Santana also needs to apologize about the hard slap, to which Santana replies that that might only happen in theory. Santana suggests that Rachel doesn't do the scene because after a few years, she'll feel guilty, and that her kids might see it one day. Quinn says that Rachel will eventually feel guilty, if she uses the "2-2-2 method." After lecturing Rachel, Quinn says that they care about Rachel. When Rachel decides upon not doing the topless scene, the three sing Love Song together in the NYADA auditorium. They share a group hug as Rachel asks them to stay longer as she wants to buy them dinner. Quinn happily says yes.
Quinn and Santana arrive at the wedding together and sit next to each other at the church. They have a conversation in which they discuss what they hate at that moment. Santana says she hates Valentine's Day and weddings, and Quinn says she hates men, comparing them all to pigs. Quinn also passes the makeup-mirror to Santana. Then, as the wedding is over and the reception starts, Quinn is dancing with Santana along with Mike. Brittany and Sam dancing together distracts them. To ignore the fact that they both are single, Quinn and Santana walk up to the bar and get a drink with the help of fake I.D.s. They discuss where their friendship lies and the fact they are flawless. Quinn also tells Santana that she is killing it in that dress in a flirty way. Santana is surprised by Quinn's move. Later, during the duet of Just Can't Get Enough by Blaine and Kurt, they dance together. Santana puts her necklace around Quinn's neck and they laugh together when Sue is about to throw the bouquet. Similarly, in the duet of Finn and Rachel, Quinn and Santana slow dance and Quinn tells Santana that she has never slow danced with a girl before but that she likes it. After that, they are seen running towards the hotel room together flirting and giggling. Next, they are lying naked in a bed together, discussing the prior events. Quinn admits, that she always wondered how it would be like to be with a woman, but it was more a one-time thing for her. Santana tells her not to worry and suggests they should be making it a two-time thing. Quinn is seen smiling at her and leaning forward, which implies they are going to have sex again. This is Quinn's last appearance of the fourth season.
Quinn is barely seen in a flashback when Will remembers the moment when they won Nationals.
While talking with Rachel, Santana mentions their hook-up in I Do; however, she mentions it by "college girls experimenting" and not saying Quinn's name.
Sue mentions Quinn when she is talking with Will, Emma, and Coach Beiste about the death of Finn Hudson. She says that she erected the memorial tree in the exact spot she caught Quinn and Finn making out. Later in the episode, Mercedes mentions Quinn when she tells the New Directions that Finn told her he had sung I'll Stand By You to the sonogram of Quinn’s child when he thought he was the father.
While talking with Rachel, Santana mentions Quinn and Brittany while talking about how she feels awful about being mean to Rachel in high school. She says "Quinn and Britt hated you too and that's mostly just because you sucked so bad and you walked with that weird feet pointing out thing. I made Quinn look like the boss but I was really running the hate on Rachel parade."
While talking with Rachel, Santana mentions Quinn and Brittany, she says "I guess we didn't have a lot of girl friends in high school, Brittany doesn't count cause I was in love with her, and I guess I had Quinn but the fact that she lives an hour away and I never thought about calling her should say something to me."
Quinn appears in some of the flashbacks remembering Finn while the New Directions are performing I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For.
Along with many of the glee club graduates, she returns. She brought her new boyfriend Biff McIntosh with her. Quinn is seen in the choir room dancing and singing along to Raise Your Glass after April Rhodes returns to the glee club. Later she can be seen strolling through the hallway where she stops and has a conversation with Puck where she introduces him toBiff, which makes him feel jealous. Quinn is later seen performing Toxicwith Brittany and Santana, she comes to Biff's defense when he is caught texting through the performance. In the evening Quinn is at Breadstix with Biff when Artie, Mike, Puck, and Santana show up, Biff invites them to sit with them and he asks how they would describe Quinn. So they begin to tell Biff about high school Quinn and her rebellious phase, she laughs nervously and tell him that they're just messing with him, she then gets him to leave. She explains them that she is trying to make a good impression and that she will tell him the truth when she's ready. In the choir room Quinn is dancing with her friends while Brittany and Santana perform Valerie. She later sits in the auditorium and is moved to tears by Puck's performance of Keep Holding On, when the performance ends she tells him that it reminded her of her past that she is sad she has forgotten about it. She is later seen telling the truth to Biff where Puck comes to her aid as Biff is insulting her, she tries to break up the fight between the two with no success as Biff is thrown into the dumpster. Puck tells her that she is better than him and that if she wants to be with people who really care about her she should come to the choir room. Quinn and Puck are at Finn's memorial in the locker room and have a conversation on whether or not he forgave them. During the conversation Puck tells Quinn that he loves her and asks her to tell him to stay. As Puck leaves Quinn does not give a response but runs down the hallway and kisses him telling him to stay right after. Quinn is later seen with the other original members in the auditorium where Will shows them the plaques. She is last seen exiting the auditorium with everyone.
Together with the other New Directions members and Alumni, Quinn sits in the Auditorium to see Kurt and Mercedes on stage. Quinn lays her head on Puck's right shoulder. Mercedes, who is on stage then points out Quinn and Puck while explaining the memories and feelings that their comeback to McKinley brings to them. She even jokes about what they don't know Quinn and Puck's current relationship and Quinn's current boyfriend Biff ran off. Mercedes then tells everyone that it looks like they are going to have another accidental baby from Puck and Quinn. With that joke, everyone in there claps but Quinn says no in her hand but smiles on her lips. Quinn with the rest of the Alumni and New Directions Members, watch Kurt and Mercedes perform a duet of I Am Changing in which she stands and claps when the two reach the highest and final note of the song. With Holly and April's plan continues, Holly dresses up and enters the room of the Animal Husbandry Club where Quinn and other members of the club are. Holly sings Party All the Time and dances around the room with the members joining in. Quinn joins too and follows everyone as they go out the room and continue the song in the hallway. They all change their clothes in which Quinn's dress changes into a long pink dress. They continue dancing around the hallway and into a room full of disco equipments and things including a disco ball, pole, flashing lights, and a dance stage where the rest of them dance. Quinn dances mostly with Rachel and Blaine where she does some crazy moves. After a few minutes, some bubbles falls of from a machine from the ceiling directly to them. Quinn and the other dancers still continue partying and dancing around it until Holly ends the song. Later on, she can be seen enjoying Rachel and Santana's duet of Be Okayin the choir room. After the song, she can be seen smiling probably because of the fight of Rachel and Santana puts into an end. Next, she can be seen in front of the choir room next to Puck. They are both facing the New Directions and Alumni. Quinn starts singing Just Give Me a Reasonwhile she goes around to Puck, Puck then starts to sing with her. The two stands up and does some small dances together before Quinn sits on Puck's legs. Throughout the song, Everyone on the choir room remains silent and focused. When the song ends, Quinn and Puck kiss each other. After that, Quinn makes an announcement saying that Puck asks her to go out with him as her Boyfriend, she then explains that she never actually dated Puck and that's why she is saying yes to him. Puck is surprised to hear Quinn's decision. Quinn explains why she comes up with that decision and she says that she loves him no matter what. Santana bumps into the two's conversation by saying her common line "Wanky" to them. Quinn laughs and Puck kiss her again. Then Will stands and walk behind Rachel, he says that the performance is the last song to be ever sung in the room because Glee Club is over. Quinn makes a sad face by hearing the words but Puck comforts her. In the next scene, Quinn appears on the video that Holly and Artie create for Will's unbio. She has a brief line where she said "I donated the egg." After the video presentation, she comes out of stage after Rachel, Kurt, Mercedes, Tina, and Artie to provide back-up vocals in Don't Stop Believin'. Throughout the song, she can be seen dancing with everyone. Before the song ends, she lines up with everyone to do the memorable choreography of the song. When the song ends, she joins everyone in their group hug with Will which is her last appearance from the episode and also her last appearance in Season Five.
While talking with Sam, Mercedes mentions Quinn along with all of Sam's other girlfriends.
Quinn is first mentioned by Tina that why isn't she in New York to support Rachel for her Broadway Opening Night. Later, Kurt tells Rachel that Quinn sent some flowers praising her for her show.
Artie if he is drawing her seeing as he is practicing his storyboarding. She then performs Take On Me with the rest of the Alumni to show the Mckinley High students what they've been missing. After failing to recruit new members; Quinn, Puck, Mercedes, Sam and Tina try to convince members of the Tea Party Patriot Club to join the Glee Club. She states that before joining the New Directions, she only hung out with people like her. After getting a negative response from the students, they start walking out with Quinn taking the snacks with her. Sam jokes about Quinn having sex with Santana and they leave the classroom together, laughing. Quinn, Santana and Brittany are then seen wearing Cheerios Alumn outfits and they perform Problem with Artie. After the song is over, they run into Kitty who isn't very happy to see all of them back. They do get a positive response from the twin Cheerios Mason and Madison asking if they could audition together. The Alumni meet up in the choir room to discuss their recruiting results but are quickly interrupted when they hear a voice singing. After following it they find Roderick Meeks in the library and they get him to audition. Quinn tells him that even though all of them are very different, they are great friends and just a phone call away all thanks to the Glee Club. The Unholy Trinity than perform backup during Mustang Sally. Quinn is last seen walking into the choir room alongside Santana, Brittany, Mason and Madison. Everyone joins in for a big group hug and they all perform Home together. her new boyfriend about being the president of every club in High School, on top of that a lie about being in Glee Club. They agree to help Becky. Quinn is present when Santana and Brittany perform Hand in My Pocket/I Feel the Earth Move, she seeams to be enjoying it and she shares a brief, funny, romantic moment with Puck. She makes a comment to Kurt's objections to Santana's proposal that he should save that for the actual wedding. Later when she, Tina and Becky are rehearsing for their performance, Becky quits after just 10 minutes practicing to go out on a date. Quinn and Tina alongside Roz and Sue also confront Darrell, Becky's boyfriend, about his intentions with Becky, in which he states that she should be treated like a normal person. Quinn is than seen preparing to perform So Far Away with Tina and Becky, the performance is cut short when Becky is too scared too join in, Becky runs away and Quinn, Tina, Santana and Brittany follow her into an empty classroom. Becky cries while all of them comfort her and suggest that she tells Darrell the truth. Quinn says everybody lies in the first stage of a relationship and she than mentions the fact that she lied to Finn about Puck being the baby's father. She is last seen performing and leading a part of You Learn/You've Got a Friend alongside the rest of the alumni and New Directions.
Quinn is seen in some pictures that Rachel has on the wall of her bedroom.
Quinn does not attend Brittany and Santana's wedding, although her absence is not justified. Sue says that she needs to pair more couples, she refers to Faberry and mentions that she can never get enough of lesbian couples, referring to Quinn and Rachel.
Quinn is mentioned by Sue Sylvester when she says that Quinn, Brittany, and Santana Lopez are one of her most successful Cheerios during an interview with Geraldo Rivera. "I wished you interviewed some of my more successful Cheerios. Like Quinn Fabray, currently enrolled at Yale, Brittany S. Pierce, math prodigy M.I.T., Santana Lopez was a broadway understudy and now could have a very promising career as a high class prostitute". Geraldo then tells her that they did reach out to all three of them and they declined to comment, leaving Sue seemingly speechless.
Quinn is seen multiple times during the flashbacks when the New Directions put all the older trophies back in the case.
She is first mentioned by Mercedes who states what a bitchy person Quinn is. She is later seen during Don't Stop Believin' watching the performance with Sue and Santana.
She appears at the end of the episode performing backing vocals for I Lived with the rest of the Glee Cast for the re-dedication of the Auditorium.
Quinn is first introduced as the typical mean cheerleader. She is beautiful, popular, and a complete snob. As a captain of the Cheerios, Quinn walks around with an air of superiority over the other students. Her strive for popularity stems from her family expecting her to be the perfect daughter, which often puts a lot of pressure on her. At times, Quinn is manipulative and conceited, such as using her injury to win prom queen in Prom-asaurus or tricking Finn that he is the father of her baby, despite never having sex with him, or discouraging him joining New Directions, all because she didn't want to risk her popularity.
However, as time went on, Quinn began to appreciate the kindness and support her glee club teammates showed her, especially through her pregnancy, which she never really got from being on the Cheerios. She is also shown to be very religious, though her actions often contradicts her morals. In the beginning of the third season, she begins to display erratic behavior, such as plotting to have Beth taken away from Shelby Corcoran and wanting to make another baby with Puck, which could suggest she had postpartum depression.
- Main article: Finn-Quinn Relationship (Fuinn/Fabson)
In the beginning of the series, Quinn and Finn are the power couple of McKinley High. Finn is the captain of the football team while Quinn is the captain of the Cheerios. Over the course of the first season, Finn struggles with his feelings for Rachel, drawing jealousy from Quinn. Quinn is very demanding and obsessed with popularity, often raising the question if Quinn was only with Finn for the social status. When Quinn reveals she is pregnant in Preggers, Finn tries his best to support her in any way possible. However, after Rachel reveals that Puck, Finn's best friend, is actually the father of Quinn's baby, Finn angrily yells at Quinn and ends their relationship. In Season Two, Finn, burned by Rachel's infidelity, pursues Quinn despite being in a relationship with Sam. They get back together for a short while, before Finn breaks things off because he is still in love with Rachel. Although Quinn is angered by this, they eventually remain good friends until his unexpected death in the fifth season.
- Main article: Quinn-Puck Relationship (Quick)
One night, Quinn gets drunk off wine coolers and sleeps with Puck without a condom, resulting in Quinn getting pregnant. However, despite Puck's efforts to support her, she rejects him and claims that she will go to her grave swearing that Finn is the real father. When the truth is revealed, Quinn and Finn break up and she attempts to pursue a relationship with Puck. However, it is only brief and they eventually end things. In Journey, Quinn goes into labor and gives birth to their daughter Beth. After she is born, Quinn asks Puck if he loves her and he tells her he does. After Beth's birth, they don't have much interaction until the third season when Beth's adoptive mother Shelby returns. Tension arises between the two when Quinn tries to get Beth taken away from Shelby and learns that Puck is having an affair with Shelby. Eventually, she lets go of the plan to get Beth back and they resume their friendship. In Goodbye, Quinn tells Puck she loves him and kisses him to encourage him to study for his government exam. In 100, when they both return to McKinley High following New Directions loss at Nationals, Quinn is in a new relationship with a pretentious snob, who treats her poorly when he learns about the pregnancy, causing Puck to come to her defense. Afterwards, he asks her to give him a chance at a real relationship, which she accepts.
- Main article: Quinn-Sam Relationship (Fabrevans)
- Main article: Joe-Quinn Relationship (Quoe)
- Main article: Quinn-Santana Relationship (Quinntana)
Quinn's relationship with Santana is portrayed as very love/hate throughout the series. They would go from being good friends one minute and bitter enemies in the next. In Thanksgiving, Quinn accuses Santana of being jealous of her, which Santana denies. Their argument ends in them slapping each other, which is broken up by their mutual friend, Brittany. In I Do, after breaking up with her Yale professor, Quinn proclaims that she is through with men and gets drunk with Santana at Will and Emma's wedding, leading to them having sex in a hotel room. Afterwards, Quinn chooses to only remain friends with Santana.
Quinn reveals in 100 that she is dating Biff McIntosh. Although they have been dating for three months, Biff is unaware of Quinn's past. After Puck sings Keep Holding On, she is inspired to reveal the truth to Biff, which he does not take kindly and insults her. Quinn angrily twists his nose and Puck comes in, beats up Biff and tosses him in a dumpster. Their relationship ends and Quinn moves on to reunite with Puck.
SongsTotal = 44
- Solos (In a Group Number)
|Express Yourself||The Power of Madonna||Mercedes, Rachel, Santana, and Tina|
|Bad Romance||Theatricality||Kurt, Mercedes, Santana, and Tina|
- Unreleased Songs
|Don't Stop Believin'||The Rhodes Not Taken||Finn|
- Solos (In a Group Number)
|One of Us||Grilled Cheesus||Finn, Kurt, Mercedes, Rachel, and Tina|
|Time Warp||The Rocky Horror Glee Show||Artie, Brittany, Finn, Kurt, Mercedes, Santana (album), and Tina|
|Marry You||Furt||Artie, Brittany, Finn, Mike, Rachel, Sam, and Tina|
|The Most Wonderful Day of the Year||A Very Glee Christmas||Artie, Brittany, Sam, and Tina|
|God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen||Glee: The Music, The Christmas Album||Mercedes, Rachel, Santana, and Tina|
|Afternoon Delight||Sexy||Carl, Emma, Puck, and Rachel|
|Don't Stop||Rumours||Finn, Rachel, and Sam|
- Back-up singing
|Song||Episode||Sung by||Backup with|
|Damn It, Janet||The Rocky Horror Glee Show||Finn and Rachel||Kurt and Mercedes|
- Solos (In a Group Number)
|I Can't Go for That/You Make My Dreams||Mash Off||Finn, Rory, and Tina|
|Red Solo Cup||Hold on to Sixteen||Finn, Mike, Puck, Sam, and Tina|
|ABC||Kurt, Mike, and Tina|
|Control||Artie and Blaine|
|We Are Young||Finn, Mercedes, Rachel, Sam, and Santana|
|Cherish/Cherish||Heart||Joe, Mercedes, and Sam|
|Edge of Glory||Nationals||Mercedes, Santana, and Tina|
|We Are the Champions||Finn, Kurt, Puck, Rachel, and Santana|
- Unreleased Songs
|Seasons of Love||Unknown Episode||Brittany, Finn, Kurt, Mercedes, Puck, Rachel, and Santana|
- Solos (In a Group Number)
|Homeward Bound/Home||Thanksgiving||Finn, Mercedes, Mike, Puck, and Santana|
|Love Song||Naked||Rachel and Santana|
|We've Got Tonite||I Do||Artie, Betty, Blaine, Finn, Jake, Kurt, Marley, Rachel, and Santana|
- Solos (In a Group Number)
|Take On Me||Homecoming||Artie, Brittany, Kurt, Mercedes, Puck, Rachel, Sam, Santana, and Tina|
|Problem||Artie, Brittany, and Santana|
|Home||Artie, Brittany, Jane, Kurt, Madison, Mason, Puck, Rachel, Roderick, Santana, Spencer, and Tina|
|You Learn/You've Got a Friend||Jagged Little Tapestry||Brittany, Kurt, Rachel, Santana, and Tina|
- In the early drafts of the pilot episode, Quinn's name was originally Liz Fabray.
- Dianna Agron was the last actor to be cast in the first season, which is why Quinn barely appears in the Pilot.
- Her cold stare and raised eyebrow is said by both Dianna Agron and the show's creator, Ryan Murphy, to be a slight nod to Bette Davis' character, Margot Channing, in All About Eve.
- She is the first character chronologically to change schools due to bullying, the others being Blaine, Kurt, and Kitty.
- Her voice became deeper during the second and third season, because Dianna broke her nose twice.
- She has a different blonde hair color every season.
- She was the first main cast character of New Directions to leave the show.
- She sang the least out of the original main cast New Directions.
- She was absent in the episode Choke because Dianna had a meeting in France for her film The Family.
- She was meant to be a really cruel character, but after the writers saw Dianna's personality, they eventually decided to give her a soul, conscience, and vulnerability. 
- She along with Artie, Carole, Emma, Figgins, Kurt, Mercedes, Noah, Rachel, Santana, Sue, Terri, Tina and Will are the only characters to appear in the first and last episode.
- She appeared in a total of 73 episodes and sang in a total of 44 songs throughout her time in the series.
- For every duet she sung, it's with a new character, except for (I've Had) The Time of My Life and Up Up Up, where she already sung with Sam and Artie (Lucky, I'm Still Standing respectively).