RIP, Finn Hudson. The details of the year-old actor's fatal overdose of heroin and alcohol have been reported extensively, but Finn's cause of death wasn't revealed to viewers. While the glee club gathered at McKinley High to memorialize their popular alum, one person was noticeably absent: Rachel Berry. Lea Michele, Monteith's real-life girlfriend, didn't appear for the episode's first 45 minutes. When she did arrive, joining the students gathered around his impromptu memorial, it was more shocking than a slushie facial. Nothing was more gut-wrenching than when she told Matthew Morrison's Mr.
FINN AND RACHEL DATING IN REAL LIFE
Rachel Berry - Wikipedia
Rachel and Finn date for a short time in season 1. However, Finn is unused to Rachel's excessive control in their relationship, and they break up soon after. Soon after this, Finn regrets his harsh words toward her and wants to get back together, but Rachel was hurt by his words and had already started dating Jesse. They get back together at the end of the season.
They frequently jump between being in a relationship to being friends because they share the same religion; they are both Jewish. They are the stereotypical relationship between the good girl and the bad boy, also between Jewish teens. Though they are not together, Puck is seen to believe he and Rachel have a strong connection, saying that they are both "hot Jews. In Mash-Up , he has a dream about her and realizes that they are both "hot Jews" and should start dating to make his mother happy.
The couple began dating in Season One , in the episode Sectionals. However, Finn abruptly breaks up with her in Hell-O. Their relationship rises up again in Journey and ends in Special Education when Rachel finds out that Finn slept with Santana , while Rachel was with Jesse ; therefore, Rachel retaliates by making out with Puck.