Let’s address this, shall we?
Finn Hudson, love of Rachel’s life, has told her she looked like a sad clown hooker when she dressed up for him, said he has to work hard to pretend to be listening to her, told her that she talks too much, and talks about herself too much, laughed when Santana insulted her, said her boobs aren’t that great, told her she should ‘work on that’ when Rachel said people don’t really like her, called her a ‘controllist,’ told her she was being selfish for wanting to perform instead of saving his ego, told her she was selfish for disregarding his dreams in favor of her own, and has generally made her so insecure about ‘the parts of her that she doesn’t like,’ that she’s changed to please him (and everyone else.)
Quinn, who had admittedly contributed to Rachel’s self-esteem issues in the past, spent half of their junior year and the entirety of their senior year telling Rachel that she doesn’t belong in Lima, that she doesn’t have to be afraid of the future, that she has an amazing life ahead of her, that she’s a shining star, that Quinn admires her ambition.
Quinn admires her ambition.
Quinn admires the parts of Rachel that Finn doesn’t like.
The parts of Rachel that Rachel doesn’t always like.
Quinn has become the person who likes Rachel for everything that she is.
Tell me why I’m not supposed to ship this?
Ugh I’ve been trying to hold it in since this photoset made the rounds because I’m trying not to get worked up over Glee anymore but I’m just going to rant about this because I’m about to burst okay.
I want to rant about this specific line (gif not mine obviously):
And Finn’s “I never hurt anyone real bad,” because this is actually the perfect example of the witers’ no-good, awful, bad bad bad but somehow favourite writing technique; forcing their own way to see things down the viewers’ throat.
Glee Oopsy Daisy: Not sure if that’s entirely accurate Artie
How to Be a Hero:
Rule number 1. Shove your healing friend out of her wheelchair, or at least try.
Rule number 2. When you can’t think of a good response to someone’s insults, out them. Bonus points for doing that in a crowded school hall. Extra points if someone in the hallway turns around and hears distinctively what you just said.
Rule number 3. Proceed to say how afraid you are that the friend you outed might die. Because you’re a sensitive hero.
Rule number 4. Sing a song to said outed friend to cheer them up during a hard time. Pick the song with taste, and tact.
Rule number 5. Feed your vegan girlfriend meat. It will show how thoughtful you are: people need proteins to stay healthy.
Rule number 6. If you want to dump your girlfriend after you urged her to cheat on her former boyfriend to be with you, do it right after a funeral, in a car. Because you realized how much you love someone else right over that funeral. She looks so pretty when she cries…
Rule number 7. Always pick popularity/reputation over anything and anyone. Especially if it’s your brother or your girlfriend.
Rule number 8. If your girlfriend and your brother are sitting right beside you at the same table, rant about how you have nothing special in your life. Someone will sing a song about how great you are in slow motion soon, don’t you worry.
Rule number 9. Man, that song was awesome! So awesome I wanna marry that girl! If you feel this way, proceed to propose to your girlfriend. Be sure to mention your first date - which actually happened as you were still with pregnant Quinn but whatever -, and to mention how she’s the most important part of your life - you did just say you have nothing special in your life, yes, but just keep yourself interesting won’t you - and if she loves you for the rest of your life you’re going to be ok. Super ok. Be sure to pressure her afterwards, that will show her how much you want to marry her. Mmmh, smell that? Smells like desperation.
Rule number 10. Call your future wife ‘sad clown hooker’ again, and again, and again, for the rest of her life. You told her once, she’ll get used to it and her face will be priceless. Ah! Don’t forget: you don’t need to listen to anything she says.
Feel free to add your own! Being a hero is awesome!
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Finn Hudson: Friendship, Leadership, Romance, and The Exact Opposite of All Three.
1) Using your non-dominant hand, slap the person who has at least 5 inches and 50 pounds on you for outing you in a hallway of a school that has a proven track record of gay bashing and bullying, which results in an ad outing you to the entire state.
Consequence: Get threatened with suspension.
2) Attempt to throw the fragile girl who suffered a severe spinal injury (from a car accident she got into trying to get to your wedding) out of her wheelchair during prom.
Consequence: Be allowed back into prom and get crowned Prom King.
Where’s that zero tolerance against violence policy now, Figgins?
Ladies and gentlemen, Finn “The supposed to be hero of this story” Hudson.
For anyone who is trying to say that he wasn’t going to touch Quinn, or only yelled at her… you’re either blind or do a lot of yelling at people with your hands, because he definitely wasn’t bending down to tie his shoes.
“In which Brittany hates Finn Hudson”
I just…I don’t care about things like that…The important thing now is that we win.
That moment when you’re reminded just how long she’s had to deal with this kind of abuse that this seems to be an old hat to her by now, how no one stuck up for her and supported her but her fathers, and why her goals were always so important, because accomplishing them was her way of sticking it to the haters.