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Just seeing Quinn (Dianna Agron) briefly on Glee’s Season 4, Episode 12: “Naked” reminded us how much we miss her. Let’s face it: Having her pop in from Yale on occasion isn’t going to cut it. So here are five ways for the show to increase Quinn’s presence. Don’t worry we haven’t forgotten about you, Q!

1. Quinn tries dating Sam again

We all know Brittana needs to get back together before much longer, right? And since we don’t want Sam (Chord Overstreet) to be too broken-hearted, it would be cute for him and Quinn to give things another shot. Okay, so they’d have to do the long-distance thing until Sam graduates and we all know Sam won’t be getting into Yale. Still, there’s something about Fabrevans that we just can’t shake.

2. Rachel starts dating a Yale guy

We’ll be honest. We’re not entirely sold on Brody (Dean Geyer) being right for Rachel (Lea Michele). So while we ultimately hope for Finchel to get back together, it might be fun to see Rachel dating a Yale classmate of Quinn’s. Just picture it: Rachel takes the train up to New Haven, and she and her man go on double dates with Quinn and her guy! Then again, given Quinn’s taste in men of late (i.e., her married professor), maybe Rachel doesn’t want Quinn to be playing matchmaker.

3. Quinn starts coaching a rival glee club

It’s been fun watching Finn (Cory Monteith) lead New Directions, so perhaps Quinn could assist with a New Haven-area high school choir to earn some college credit. And how much fun would it be to see New Directions go head-to-head at Nationals opposite a choir that has been mentored by Quinn? Long story short, that would be one sassy choir.

4. Quinn returns to helps out with Beth

We’ll be the first to admit that the last time Quinn bonded with her daughter Beth didn’t go so well. (Babynapping, anyone?) But now that Quinn is a bit more mature, we’d like to see her log some time with the little one. Maybe Shelby (Idina Menzel) can come down with an ailment (something curable, of course) that requires Quinn to take a semester off to look after Beth? Unleash your inner mommy, Quinn!

5. Quinn transfers to Columbia — and shares an NYC apartment with Santana!

Normally, we wouldn’t encourage anyone to voluntarily leave a school like Yale but in this case, Columbia is basically the same thing, right? And with Santana (Naya Rivera) planning a move to NYC, we’re thinking she’s gonna need a roommate. So we still want Quinn to get her degree, but earning it at a New York school sounds like a win-win to us.