Rachel Shouldn't Marry Finn On 'Glee' — He's Holding Her Back

Wed, April 11, 2012 5:13pm EDT by 49 Comments

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Donna

Posted at 9:17 AM on April 12, 2012  

Rachel get marred to Finn

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Dan

Posted at 5:48 AM on April 12, 2012  

Break them up! They’re the worst part of the show!!

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Truth

Posted at 1:21 AM on April 12, 2012  

Ok I am not going to insult Cory, or ship Lea with someone else. Or pretend they have no chemistry. They are cute together but I don’t see a lot of passion but that doesn’t mean they still could not be a good couple.

People need to put that crap to the side. The point is they are two young and have not thought this through.

Someday Rachel will be able to have it all career, love maybe a family. But right now Rachel and Finn need to do what is best for them as individuals.

Rachel can not stop and think for herself and Finn before she makes every more. She has to go for it now. Finn needs to what will make him happy and not be just Rachel boyfriend.

So stop with he shipping crap or the Finchel is end game crap and look at it with logic.

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Tina

Posted at 11:38 PM on April 11, 2012  

Basta de Finchel esta arruinando glee, la mayoria de los fans pide Faberry

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Sole

Posted at 11:37 PM on April 11, 2012  

Faberry

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minnie

Posted at 10:54 PM on April 11, 2012  

Finchel is ruining Glee. I can barely watch an episode. I think there is a small group of loud cray cray finchel fans which is why we have to suffer through this BS storyline.

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Aly

Posted at 10:19 PM on April 11, 2012  

I dislike finchel.. such a toxic couple.. horrible couple… they should break up.. he can go and clean all the pools in California because is the best thing he can do and Rachel can go to NY and be the best.. that’s it..

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Melissa

Posted at 9:02 PM on April 11, 2012  

I really do think finchel should end. Their relationship is toxic (to both parties). They really don’t bring out the best in each other. The list of their faults as a couple is extensive. I think Glee has a great opportunity to show that sometimes a relationship is supposed to end. You learn valuable lessons and are able to grow, but some (read most) aren’t supposed to last. High school relationships especially, since people do in fact grow up. I think Glee could do something it hasn’t since season 1, be daring. Lots of shows on tv show bad/stagnant relationships, very few show growth after a relationship ends. Finchel can live on post-break up, as friends.

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Katniss

Posted at 11:39 PM on April 11, 2012  

Just like in Dawson’s Creek Joey picked Pacey, Dawson and Joey were horrible together (not as much as finchel tho) and at the end they both decided that they werent good for each other, hope Glee can end this so called relationship. I might not watch next season just because of finchel.

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Facts

Posted at 8:59 PM on April 11, 2012  

Cory can’t act. Cory can’t sing. Cory can’t dance. Cory’s one expression is what has become known in the fandom as “the constipated face. On the other hand, you have Lea who can do all three. They have no chemistry. Everyone knows that.
The relationship is toxic, especially for the young kids who watch this show (*cough* Finchel and Klaine stans *cough*). HANDS DOWN, the worst couple in the history of television.

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Mark

Posted at 8:53 PM on April 11, 2012  

Should they get married?? NOO. NEVER EVER EVER.

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Beth

Posted at 8:25 PM on April 11, 2012  

The f!nchel teens are spamming the poll now. lol Relax children, your couple is endgame…..Even though they’re awful together and have zero chemistry.

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Emma

Posted at 8:23 PM on April 11, 2012  

Yes, they should get married, but not now. And lets be real — they were NEVER going to get married right now!!! Anyone, whether a fan or a so-called “critic” who thought that legitimately was a possibility has no freaking clue of how to read and follow a story line. The engagement/wedding theme has always been about A) showing that eventually they will be together (practically every character on the show now has said that will happen, just ‘not now) and B) showing that as much as relationships help us be who we are and learn about who we are, we need to also be following and living our own dreams.

This is particularly focused on Finn’s story line — Rachel knows where she’s going and has NEVER given up sight of it; she keeping her dream no matter what, and the challenge for her is to figure out how to make her relationship work as well and to have it all. Finn isn’t holding her back; she won’t let anything hold her back. If you’re letting yourself get into a snitty panic about it, you’re pretty idiotically wasting your time. But then again, it’s your time to waste, so have a ball.

Finn’s story is that he doesn’t know what he’s doing next — it was practically his only line in the first episode of this season, and we’ve seen him drift from idea to idea ever since (tire shop, football, army, pool cleaning) with the one fixed constant being that he knows he wants to be with Rachel. He’s now coming to the point where he’s going to realize that he can’t let a relationship — even the most wonderful one in the world (and yes, they are GREAT together and for each other — each one balances out the flaws of the other in a totally complementary way, and they have from the Pilot right on through) — substitute for also finding his own potential.

In the remaining 7 episodes, we’ll see him figure out a dream for himself and find, probably with Rachel’s help and support, and that of Kurt, and Mr. Schue, and many others, that he has the courage and ability to dream big and chase his own dreams. The pool business would be a form of settling; by 3×22, we’ll see Finn having found a big dream of his own, and we’ll see him and Rachel figuring out how to follow their dreams and be with each other.

It’s not like the show has ever been coy about this or hidden the ball on it; this has ALWAYS been the story of Glee — how the experience of learning to express oneself helps one escape being a loser and become something special by being a part of something special, and how you should never stop believing in yourself. (Get it? The theme song of the show? Ring a bell???)

If you haven’t gotten that by now, you haven’t been paying an iota of attention.

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Thank You

Posted at 6:30 PM on April 13, 2012  

Thanks you for being the only logical one in these comments. including the actual writer. it’s not that they are “endgame” it’s simple logic. they are puposly trying to make it look like they are headed in different directions, right now Finn’s storyline IS that he isn’t sure what he’s doing, of IS going to NY or staying with rachel. that’s the whole point.

The rest of these caomments sre truly ignorant and rude. say whatever you want about the character butrespect the actors

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Carlos

Posted at 8:06 PM on April 11, 2012  

Cory cant act for sh!!t I feel bad that Lea will continue to be working with him for season 4. We all know they’re endgame, but that doesn’t mean they’re a good couple. Honestly, they’re Glee’s BIGGEST JOKE.

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Krystal

Posted at 8:01 PM on April 11, 2012  

F!nchel is the worst couple on the show. They need to break the helll up already. No one is interested in watching them. If they continue together in season four, then I hope ratings continue to drop.

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Laura

Posted at 7:57 PM on April 11, 2012  

To be honest, this is an absolute crappy article that will only encite ship wars in the comments. I’m not sure how Rachel has lost her ‘Broadway’ sights. Only yesterday’s show showed that she is still intent on going. Until her Nyada audition, she can’t really do much else. Cory and Lea both have great acting chemistry and are far above most other actors on the show in terms of actual acting talent. And KKi, your comment is everything that is wrong with this fandom.

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Meme

Posted at 11:43 PM on April 11, 2012  

But I’m sure you loved the monchele epic romance articles, just because in this one even when they wrote that they like finchel at the end they agree with the fandom finchel suck.

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debbie

Posted at 7:39 PM on April 11, 2012  

there adorable on and off screen theyll end up togetehr

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love them

Posted at 7:33 PM on April 11, 2012  

Cory and Lea are set for Season 4, and I have a feeling that even though they are together now, they’ll break up next year. I hate the thought of Finchel apart but ahhh well, as Cory once said, it will be interesting television.

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Lisa

Posted at 7:31 PM on April 11, 2012  

I love Finn and Rachel and I think Cory and Lea are the best actors among this cast. And I love their chemistry on screen. But I have to admit, for storytelling purposes, they shouldn’t get married.

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Sarah

Posted at 6:20 PM on April 11, 2012  

rachels a bitch break up finchel

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Roi

Posted at 6:16 PM on April 11, 2012  

Shut up with the Finn hate and the whiny “Finn is my baby precious super star baby don’t hate on him”.

They don’t work well together,that doesn’t make Rachel a bitch or Finn an asshole. They’re better characters when they aren’t together and they suffocate each other. It’s a drowning relationship and makes glee kind of pathetic. Also every other fandom is beginning to be pissed with Finchel. Split. Them. Up.

They are wonderful cute friends, but only as friends.

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Anne

Posted at 6:14 PM on April 11, 2012  

They have absolutely no chemistry, just saying.

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Tomas

Posted at 7:59 PM on April 11, 2012  

Someone says the truth!!! Finally

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not this again

Posted at 6:12 PM on April 11, 2012  

“I like ‘Finchel’ as much as the next gleek”
funny because most don’t like them at all

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Tori

Posted at 6:20 PM on April 11, 2012  

This.

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martina

Posted at 7:36 PM on April 11, 2012  

I’m a Gleek and I absolutely adore them, and so do a lot of other fans.

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Cory

Posted at 6:06 PM on April 11, 2012  

Finn is such a idiot. Rachel no need any man, especially him

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schischa2

Posted at 5:41 PM on April 11, 2012  

all u haters can STFU because finchel is an end game and u all knows that…wheather they get married or not they still will be together thats 4 sure…also comparing a real-life couple to fictional one is totally lame and disrespectful

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annoying

Posted at 6:25 PM on April 11, 2012  

Here we go with the endgame argument. Strong and compelling, absolutely irrefutable (you might need a dictionary for those). It’s a toxic ship supported mostly by teenagers that have never dated someone and all they care about is Finn and not Rachel or their dynamic as a couple. How does that make them endgame? If anything that should make them game over.

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Kelsey

Posted at 10:40 PM on April 11, 2012  

PREACH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! THIS SO MUCH

 
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Danny

Posted at 8:09 PM on April 11, 2012  

” finchel is an endgame” Sooo? that doesn’t mean that is not a toxic and a really bad relationship. For both of them.

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KKi

Posted at 5:22 PM on April 11, 2012  

he’s a loser on and off the tv…dump him in both realms!

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sammy

Posted at 5:35 PM on April 11, 2012  

Exactly they totally dont need to get married or be together cuz in my opinion they dont work as a couple and plus we need PUCKLEBERRY!!!!!!!!!

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:D

Posted at 10:26 PM on April 11, 2012  

I can watch every single couple in that tv show and smile.. pucklberry was really nice I have to agree with you, but they killed that ship when Puck slept with Shelby … And Rachel/Lea has more chemistry with Puck/Mark than Finn/Cory… in fact she has more chemistry with Brittany’s cat than him…. And Finn/Cory looks like a creepy uncle next to her… and his nipples scared me so much, he needs a good diet too

 
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WOW

Posted at 7:35 PM on April 11, 2012  

This comment is totally inappropriate. I don’t care what you say about fictional Finn. But Cory is one of the most popular young actors on TV right now. Yeah, it’s too bad Lea isn’t with someone that YOU want her to be in real life, but it’s not a reason for you to bash Cory. SMH Totally Shaking My Head at this comment.

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Jen

Posted at 8:53 PM on April 11, 2012  

You can dislike Finn and/or Finchel all you want, everyone is entitled to their own opinions, but when idiotic little children start putting rude comments about the actors, that’s where I draw the line… How dare you? They’re REAL human beings – The snide views people like you have on the actors really enfuriates me; Cory is the most lovely and genuine person, and is incredibly talented. Grow up and learn the difference between a television show and reality.

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