Wait, are we in Season 5 of Glee right now? Because this just released video of Quinn (Dianna Agron) and Puck (Mark Salling) singing Pink and Nate Ruess’s “Just Give Me a Reason” to one another is giving us some serious flashbacks to the show’s earlier years.
We got our hands on a video of the super-sweet duet, and it appears that Quinn and Puck are just as lovey-dovey as ever after she ditched Biff and kissed Puck in last Tuesday’s landmark 100th episode. The 100th ep celebration continues tonight, March 25, with Part 2, also known as Season 5, Episode 13: “New Directions”.
Past and present members of the New Directions are still in Lima trying to figure out how they can save their beloved glee club after the group’s heartbreaking loss at Nationals, but even with some help from April (Kristin Chenoweth) and Holly (Gwyneth Paltrow), the glee club proves to be a lost cause.
However, that doesn’t mean everyone can’t have one last turn singing in the choir room, which brings us back to Puck and Quinn’s moving duet. After rekindling their romance back in their hometown, Puck and Quinn seem happier together than ever as they croon to one another and smile broadly.
Everyone in the choir room can feel their love, though the camera pans to Rachel (Lea Michele) just after Puck and Quinn sing, “And we can learn to love again…” likely evoking memories of her relationship with Finn (Cory Monteith).
We don’t know how much we’ll see of Puck and Quinn once the show moves permanently to New York after tonight’s hour, but Mark hopes that these two are in it for the long haul, telling The Hollywood Reporter, “I hope that Glee continues to explore that relationship and that they reunite with their baby. They had that storyline in Season 1 and it fell off but Puck always wanted that baby. Their daughter is with Shelby (Idina Menzel) in New York, so I'm hoping that maybe they'll be trying to find her.”
Do you want to see Puck and Quinn get back together and reunite with their baby? Watch their duet and tell us your thoughts below!
Glee airs on Tuesday nights at 8 p.m. ET on Fox.
Source: The Hollywood Reporter