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Glee Season 3 Spoilers: Hope For Puck and Quinn?

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Glee season 3 will definitely involve some changes for Puck, as anyone who has seen the recent promotional photos will probably have guessed. You see, Puck and on-screen beau Lauren pretty much aren’t in them! But don’t worry, Lauren’s not out of the show altogether. It’s just that she has quit New Directions and split up with her boyfriend. That’s mostly what kept her in the show. So Glee 3 will see a big scaling down of Lauren’s on-screen time.

But is there hope for Puck in the romantic stakes? What’s coming up for Lauren Zizes? Where is she (and her relationship with Puck) at in season 3? In the season premiere, Lauren dramatically quits New Directions and breaks up with her steady boyfriend, Puck. That leaves her a little bit out in the cod for Glee season 3 but she does keep popping up.

Last season of course, Lauren was pretty forthright about what she wanted at McKinley and just would not stay in the background. So why is she now backing away from the music and breaking up with Puck?

Puck will find himself a new woman in Glee season 3, while also returning to old flings from season 1 so expect some old faces to show up. Puck and Quinn are rumored to be reuniting this season. But she will be different, not least because this time she has pink hair. Her attitude has changed too. Puck and Quinn will have to deal with the return of Shelby, which should be interesting. That means she will have Beth with her too, but how will that change things?

It’s understandable that some established characters will have to take a more minor role this season. There are a lot of new characters to make run for, not least of which are the winners if The Glee Project. They were chosen by the American public to feature in the show so it will be exciting see what the writers planned for them.

We have been promised (threatened with?) fewer break-ups this season. And itt doesn’t look like things are ending between Rachel and Finn anytime soon, though they will have to figure out what graduation means for their relationship.

Do you want to see Puck and Quinn back together on Glee season 3? Let us know and have your say on Glee’s Primetime Emmy nomination, with the Emmy award ceremony just a few days away. They air September 18th on FOX.

8 Responses to “Glee Season 3 Spoilers: Hope For Puck and Quinn?”

  1. i would like to see them get back together.
    i would also like to see more of quinn perform with puck like at regionals or in class.
    its always finn and rachel at competitions and in class.i would like to see more of that!<3
    i would love to ve on that show wiv quinn.quinn is my favourite.<3<3
    i hope season 3 does bring us a proper relaionhip with quick. and they should get there baby back.and show beth to the glee club!


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  2. Andi says:

    I definitely want them together. The chemistry between the two of them is craaaazy! Both of them are part of the main cast and i just hate the fact that they’re fading further into the background. It’s a little late for this comment but whatever.


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  3. Eva says:

    QUINN AND PUCK yes definately get them back together!
    i think the story would be amazing if they could focus on their feelings for eachother, they have a daughter together so why not use this connection for an amazing story line.
    they are perfect for eachother.


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  4. Katie says:

    puck and quinn…i think they should get back together..but quinn shouldn’t be pretending just to get beth back!! she made her decision…she said in season 1, last episode she DID NOT want her baby. she can’t go back and change that. she can’t tear beth and shelby apart :( that’d ruin part of the show!


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  5. Whitney says:

    I woudl LOVE for them to get back together, they are my favorite couple on the show. But i would like them to get back together because they have true feelings for eachother, not because Beth or Shelby comes back. When she does come back i would like to see Puck, Quinn, and Beth bond.


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  6. Corn says:

    I can’t really say much but from the sounds of it the way Lauren quits Glee and stuff seems too rushed and sudden and its so obvious its because they re eager to move the story towards Puck x Quinn. I’m not even a Lauren fan and wanted her off the show because she ruined it yet I am saying this.

    But I am glad the focus is moving to Puck and Quinn as well as Beth. I thought it was always weird how in season 2 they could ignore her existence (Beth) while Puck and Quinn acted like nothing happened between them. I mean what kind of message does that give out?

    PuckxQuinn = Win :)


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  8. Me says:

    Yes I think they should get back together! Puck and Quinn are perfect for each other and I hope that season 3 will give us a real relationship between the two! Quick ftw!!!!!!!


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