Quinn recently told Rachel that she’s glad to not have gotten tied down to any Lima boys, but that doesn’t rule out the possibility of new love, does it? Frankly, we think Quinn and new cutie Joe Hart (Samuel Larsen) could be great together, as Joe’s blend of being comfortable in his own skin while still being respectful and Christian would be perfect for Quinn. That said, we wouldn’t be surprised if she put the kibosh on the whole “going barefoot” thing.
3. Dianna Agron’s acting just gets better and better.
All of the acting on Glee is top-notch, but Dianna’s is right up there with the best of them, as she has an ability to deliver lines with a deft comic touch or tense emotion. This season alone has provided amazing Quinn scenes, whether she’s fighting with Schue (Matthew Morrison) or breaking down about her daughter, Beth. And if we never get to witness another tete-a-tete between her and frenemy Sue, we just might cry as hard as Quinn did in her car in the rain during Season 1’s “Preggers.”
2. Quinn’s personal growth is what this show is all about.
Quinn has become the voice of reason on the show, which provides a needed counterpoint to some of the more romantic characters. And just the fact that she can be so level-headed now proves how far she’s come as a character, which is clearly inspiring. But her character isn’t finished growing — as she continues to prepare for Yale and redefine her friendships — so we can only imagine how much more Quinn might learn about herself.
Some of our favorite scenes this season have featured this adorable duo — especially in “Hold On to Sixteen,” with Rachel convincing Quinn to talk to Shelby (Idina Menzel) — so we frankly can’t bear to think that we won’t get to see their friendship continue to blossom. And we would hate for Rachel to feel somehow responsible for Quinn’s crash, all because Rachel didn’t want to start the wedding without Quinn. (C’mon — we’re not the only ones with love for Faberry, right?)