What a Glee-lemma!
They sang, they danced (rather, seductively, we might add) and on Thursday's episode of Glee, Rachel (Lea Michele) finally gave in to her inner bad girl and kissed her smokin' yet sweet NYADA BFF Brody (Dean Geyer). Too bad their impromptu make-out session was totally interrupted by the surprise arrival of Finn (Cory Monteith) at her doorstep.
Oh yeah, Finn! Almost forgot about him. We jest, kind of, but after watching weeks of Brody supporting Rachel and helping her acclimate to New York, even the most die-hard of Finchel fans could feel the spark between Rachel and the charming upper classman. And after Brody made his feelings about her very clear, her va-va-voom makeover courtesy of Kurt (Chris Colfer) and Isabelle (Sarah Jessica Parker) put her over the edge and straight into his arms on the floor of her apartment. Apparently the magic words for Rachel Berry are "Ace of Base"?
While we respect Finn for "giving her space," aka falling off the face of the earth for a few months to fight the good fight, Rachel needed him these last few months more than ever and he was out of sight and out of mind. Thank goodness for Kurt, or Rachel may have run back to Lima at the first Schwimmer-jab from Cassandra July. However, it's hard to forget that Rachel wouldn't be in New York following her dreams without Finn, who drove her to the station and basically shoved her on the train to the Big Apple so many months ago. Is this how Rachel repays him for getting her life back on track? And how well does she really know this Brody kid anyway? She hasn't been in school that long and doesn't seem to be trying very hard to make other new friends. This could be a huge mistake! Or is this exactly where, and with whom, Rachel needs to be?
Next week's episode, titled "The Break-Up," seems like it will be the end of the road for several beloved couples on the show, such as Brittana and/or Klaine. But do you think Rachel and Finn are also headed for Splitsville? Or can they make it past Rachel's heated moment of indiscretion? Sound off in the comments below!