5 Best and Worst Moments of Glee’s Season Finale
No. 5: Puck Graduates
After watching Puckerman (Mark Salling) struggle with his grades all season, one of the best moments of Glee’s finale was simply seeing his fellow glee club members wait in anticipation for him to get the results of his last test. I cheered when he shouted the good news he had passed with a C minus. After everything they’ve been through together, it wouldn’t have been right for Puck to miss out on graduating.
However, I do question the power of Quinn’s (Dianna Agron) kiss. If a smooch from Quinn can give you the confidence to pass high school, she could make a fortune.
No. 4: Quinn and Sue Show R-E-S-P-E-C-T
Since Season 1, Sue (Jane Lynch) and Quinn’s on-again-off-again alliances and feuds provided a rare student versus teacher thread at William McKinley High. Quinn was Sue’s star Cheerio, but when she joined glee club—first as a spy, but later wholeheartedly—we saw the gloves come off. Each triumphed over the other at various points in their three season love/hate relationship. However, everything came full circle in the end, as the two shared their mutual love and respect for one another.
No other character, besides Becky (Lauren Potter), was able to bring out the best in Sue the way Quinn could.