Glee: 20 Things That Make No Sense About Finn And Rachel’s Relationship
The Cassandra-Rachel Relationship, commonly known as Julyberry, Brody tells Rachel that Cassandra can be tough, but her tough ways can sort of motivate the problem now to which Rachel explains she can smell alcohol on her breath. [Warning: This story contains spoilers from Thursday's Glee episode, "The to her and questions the nature of Rachel's relationship with Brody. The Brody-Rachel Relationship, most commonly known as Brochel or Westberry, is the relationship between NYADA students, Brody Weston and Rachel Berry.
His intention was to "set her free" from him so she can pursue her dreams of stardom in New York. Want to know what would have been a better decision? Talking to each other like adults to determine what would have been best.
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Finn did not need to dramatically send her away-- they could have worked something out together. Instead, they threw their relationship away and never recovered. In fact, it is possible that Finn is her first serious boyfriend. This could be the explanation for why her attraction tactics are not very good.
In an effort to attract Finn, Rachel is desperate to have him notice her over Quinn. In a scene which is often forgotten about, Rachel attempts to force herself to vomit in order to lose weight and appear more attractive to Finn.
Thankfully, Emma Pillsbury stops her and informs her of other ways to be noticed. Considering Rachel's status as a role model during the later seasons, this uncomfortable moment is likely something showrunners would like to forget.
While her fashion sense in high-school is described as being dressed by a "blind Sunday school teacher," it is a part of her personality. Her journey of personal growth is commendable, however it causes her to fully forget about her relationship with Finn. Her new style of dress gives her more confidence, but things go too far when she kisses Brody. Unfortunately, this would be the last time they are together.
What makes this moment even more crushing is that Rachel did not even stay with him afterwards. Before Finn wakes up, she sneaks out of the room quietly. However, it seems that all fans of the show wish that this was the moment they would have decided to stay together. Following the events of "I Do", Rachel is seen frantically calculating dates on a calendar before taking a pregnancy test.
While they are both consenting adults before getting together and the timeframe suggests that she was worried about it being Brody's child, she does not inform Finn. With their relationship in a state of fluctuation, a pregnancy would have caused a serious issue-- particularly if it was not his child. Rachel, instead of working with Brody as planned, leaves to see the McKinley High School production of Grease that is being directed by Finn and starring Blaine, with Kurt, at the encouragement of Cassandra.
After getting emotional during the Grease production, Rachel calls Brody's phone which Cassandra answers and cruelly informs Rachel of her and Brody's affair and berates Rachel for being naive about Brody and her audition leaving Rachel devastated. Rachel chooses to leave McKinley, but not before being confronted by Finn who assumes she was crying over Brody.
Glease Rachel is in her dance class when Brody walks in taking Cassandra's place. Rachel then starts packing her stuff and tries to leave. When Brody confronts her, he sense the anger she's having.
Rachel tells him that she is angry with the hook-up he had with Cassandra, but he defends himself saying he came onto her and that it was her who walked away from their plans for another guy. He then grabs her for foxtrot partners. During the dance, Brody gives Rachel a reality check. He tells her that they are now adults and that involves making adult choices, and that he made herself unavailable and that people can't be mind readers.
She fires back telling him that you don't need to be a mind reader to now that they are mortal enemies. However, Brody doesn't want to risk the friendship the two have developed and tells her that it won't happen again, which Rachel accepts. He then changes topics entirely, asking if she is going back to Ohio for Thanksgiving. Rachel tells him about her plans with Kurt, and he finds that slightly depressing knowing her cooking. He tells her that he can't afford to go home, and invites himself over, but also offering to cook for them.
Rachel appears caught off-guard for a second, but then agrees to his request with a warm smile. He then makes a joke about inviting Cassandra, and Rachel laughs at it, implying that all is forgiven. At Rachel and Kurt's apartment, Rachel is smiling over the witty conversation that Brody and Kurt are having. She then speaks up saying that this is great, and Brody agrees, but adds that there is no singing. Immediately Kurt looks to him in shock, and Rachel with humorous anger.
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Brody then gets Rachel to help butter the turkey. When she help, Brody insists that she's doing it wrong and holds her hands showing her the correct motion.
When dinner is served, Brody and Rachel sit beside each other. Brody then tells Kurt that he can start carving the turkey, but says that he's not going to eat after watching the two of them rub the turkey. Brody is caught by surprise seeing everyone burst into song and choreography. Later on, Brody joins in on the fun and follows Rachel's lead in the dance. Afterwards, he holds her hand and tells her that she will be great.
He then steps up the stairs past Rachel to leave, but she stops him and kisses him. He then asks her what the kiss was for and she explains that she is just going to do things like she's never going to get another chance again.
Kurt then interrupts them and tells Rachel that she is up next.
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When Rachel performs Being Good Isn't Good EnoughBrody is seen smiling at her and gives a standing ovation at the end of the song along with the rest of the crowd. Later on in the episode, Kurt is asked to perform in the Showcase.
Swan Song In the beginning of the episode, Rachel reveals to Kurt that Brody spent the night because it was a long commute from his apartment to hers. Throughout the episode, Rachel has become too busy to hang out with Kurt due to investing all of her time with Brody. Kurt explains that she runs off to help Brody with something that will no doubt have Brody shirtless. Later on, Rachel cooks a turkey burger for Brody, but he arrives forty-five minutes late which angers Rachel.
Brody apologizes for missing the dinner and tells her that she is priceless and he would go to the end of the world for her.
The two later dance with each other during a montage scene to Ryder's I Only Have Eyes for You and Brody tells her that he will try to find a place closer to Rachel, to which Rachel asks him to move in with her. And why would anybody want to work with you? Rachel looks disappointed and regretful as Cassandra lectures her. Rachel says Miss July was good and Cassandra said that she was great and asks Rachel to come closer.
I want them to be ready While she says this, Rachel assists her as she does a few stretches. Cassandra says Rachel is not ready yet and if she had a choice, Cassandra wouldn't let Rachel back in class because she doesn't believe in second chances and she knows they don't exist.
Unfortunately for Cassandra, the school policy said that Rachel gets a warning. Rachel gives an expression of relief. Handwash all of them. Rachel nods, as she is dismissed, Cassandra calling her "Schwimmer" again and telling Rachel not to forget the hamper on the way out. It seems Cassandra and Rachel's relationship has lightened up a bit. During their walk down the line, they talk about Rachel's off-Broadway audition, and Cassandra can't help, but overhear as her other students dance.
After Rachel and Brody finish, Cassandra interrupts them and tells her that she is not tough enough. She tells her about her rough audition for the director, but Rachel insists she's ready for the opportunity. Rachel even tries to convince Cassandra to audition for one of the roles, to get her back in the game. When she wants more info, Kurt and Rachel give them a short backstory of how their exes are involved, but they still have several friends in it.
When they tell her while she works out on the bar that it's on the coming weekend, Cassandra motivates them to go, telling them that it would be a great way to get closure something Kurt is needing morefor fun, Grease, friends, or high school. When Rachel brings up the lack of money, Cassandra offers her JetBlue frequent flyer miles that she can't use after her Bloody Mary panic attack at 30 feet, resulting in the hospitalization of three flight attendants.
She ends saying that she doesn't care what she does, but she's going to regret missing it. During the dance, Cassandra sings about flirting with guys, already hinting she is attracted to Brody.
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At the end, they kiss on the piano. After Rachel has a breakdown from the musical, she runs to the washroom and calls Brody, but is caught off guard when Cassandra picks up. When she asks for Brody, Cassandra tells her he's in the shower, and is unavailable. When Rachel doesn't quite understand, Cassandra immediately rubs it in her face, telling her how she spent the time with him and that he ended up at her place where she slept with him.
Then she begins to insult Rachel directly, telling her that she needed a reality check and that she never left the game. Cassandra continued for a couple of words until Rachel hung up on her. Glease When Rachel is explaining why she is angry at Brody for sleeping with Cassandra, she mentions that the two of them are mortal enemies. Thanksgiving At the dance studio, Rachel and the class are practising ballet with Cassandra watching over them.
When she reaches Rachel, Rachel asks for a drink of water. Cassandra agrees and watches her walk off.
Immediately Cassandra singles her out by stopping the rehearsal and gets everyone watch her, because that's what the real Broadway world will do.
Rachel assures she's not being a diva and that she's just dehydrated, working hard, and she is getting better. However immediately brings her down to size insulting her stamina and comparing her to other students.
Cassandra then comments how she won't keep up, but immediately Rachel fires back that she's been able to keep up with her and what she throws at her. Then they hit their climax: