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|Rick "The Stick" Nelson|
|Aliases:|| The Hockey Player |
Rick The Stick
(himself, WMHS students and staff, Hockey Team)
|Family & Friends|
|Interests:||Bullying the Glee club and other students|
|Education:||William McKinley High School|
|First appearance:||The Purple Piano Project|
He was portrayed by Rock Anthony.
In Mash Off he is running for senior class president, saying that because of their parents paying taxes, the teachers should listen to the students. It seems his only supporters are his teammates.
In I Kissed a Girl he doesn't appear, but is said by Jacob Ben Israel to be in a medically-induced coma after being "brutally checked in a hockey game"; he is behind Kurt Hummel 17 points in the election, they both lose to Brittany Pierce.
In Prom-asaurus he is one of three nominees for prom king, he is seen in the classroom when it's announced over the speaker system, he chucks his working table to the floor. He is seen at prom with a girl, smiling and dancing.Props, he provokes a fight between himself and Noah Puckerman, claiming he has fallen from being the top bad ass and is now a "Lima Loser". They fight in the parking lot of the school. Rick starts off with mocking Puck's father and his beer. He apparently wins and throw him in the dumpster then to proceed to chant "loser", along with several other students. Rick had began to back away when Puck brings out a prop knife.
In Nationals, Finn makes a bet with him that New Directions will win Nationals. Rick ends up losing and gives Finn the money he owed. This is the last time Rick is seen in Season Three and on Glee, as in the episode Props, he says he was accepted into a Hockey college.
- It was stated that he went into a coma after losing the senior class presidency to Brittany in I Kissed a Girl.
- In Mash Off, he is credited as Rick "The Stick" Nelson.
- In Props, he mentions having a brother, whom he says Puck will be begging to take him to a party.
- He got a scholarship to play hockey at Ohio State University.