"Glee's" Quinn Fabray (Dianna Agron) has experienced some interesting developments in her love life this season.
In the last episode, after expressing her frustrations about men, Quinn ended up spending the night with Santana (Naya Rivera). Was Quinn's venture into bisexuality a one-time event? Or is Santana a viable love interest for Quinn? Who should Quinn date next?
Noah Puckerman (Mark Salling)
Pros: Heralded as an OTP, we always had the sense that Quinn and Puck were "meant to be." They complement each other in many ways. He's a reformed bad boy from the wrong side of the tracks, and she's a reformed privileged mean girl.
Cons: Back in season 1, Quinn and Puck were promoted as one of the show's canon pairings. However, they never seemed to develop the fan following of Rachel (Lea Michele) and Finn (Cory Monteith), or Kurt (Chris Colfer) and Blaine (Darren Criss). And having a baby together does not necessarily mean that they are soul mates.
Sam Evans (Chord Overstreet)
Pros: These cute blonds were such a sweet couple back in season 2. This was one of the few story lines that didn't portray Quinn as a psychotic nut job (at least until she cheated on him with Finn!) Quinn and Sam also had one of the healthiest breakups in "Glee" history. They remained good friends, and she even helped his struggling family while they were living in that motel.
Cons: I would root for Quinn and Sam if I didn't ultimately support Sam and Mercedes (Amber Riley) as an endgame couple.
Santana Lopez (Naya Rivera)
Pros: In many ways, Quinn and Santana would be a feistier, more exciting match than Santana and Brittany (Heather Morris). "Genius Slapper" Quinn and "Lima Heights" Santana are equally matched in beauty, wits, and stubbornness. These two alpha females would make for some compelling television together.
Cons: We don't know whether or not Quinn is actually bisexual. She indicated that she was experimenting and that it would probably be a one-time thing.
Will Schuester (Matthew Morrison)
Pros: When Quinn claimed that all men were pigs, she was careful to say "except Mr. Schue." In a strange way, I could actually see them being compatible. She reminds him of a younger Terri (Jessalyn Gilsig) but reformed. And while Quinn has father issues, Will seems to have problems relating to people his own age. These two could meet in the middle. Besides, Quinn is of legal age now, so it shouldn't be an issue anymore.
Cons: This crack pairing is obviously a long shot. And Will seems intent on winning Emma (Jayma Mays) back.
Pros: This season, Santana was correct to call her out for "letting guys define her." Over the course of four seasons, Quinn has almost always been in some kind of tumultuous relationship. Why not take a break and focus on herself before jumping back into the dating pool?
Cons: After being dumped by Finn for a second time, even the most die-hard Finchel supporter had to feel sorry for Quinn when she said that "popular girls need love too."
Who should Quinn date next? Does she need another relationship or should she remain single for awhile? Would Quinn and Santana make a good match?
"Glee" returns Thursday March 7 at 9:30/8:30c on FOX.
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