As you probably know already courtesy of the “Break-Up” episode of “Glee” that aired a little earlier in the month, Lea Michele’s Rachel and Cory Monteith’s Finn have been called their relationship quits for the time being despite being so close (and seemingly so in love) for quite a long time. We are still hopeful that these two are going to be able to find some peace with each other eventually; however, it’s not looking like it will happen for some time.
As a matter of fact, E! News reports that for at least the next few episodes, you should probably not expect there to be any Finchel interaction at all. Both characters are going to be occupied with some other projects, whether it by helping out New Directions with Will away or taking part in some more classes at NYADA and dealing with Cassandra July. Both characters are expected to have a major role in the upcoming Thanksgiving episode, but we do very much expect things to be awkward here if they happen to cross paths. (Have you heard already that this episode is going to feature the return of Quinn Fabray? Let’s hope so.)
While we have not heard anything about Finn getting a new love interest, we do know already that Rachel is going to have her hands busy dealing with Brody (Dean Geyer), who she has had some sort of fascination with pretty much ever since she first saw him step out of that shower a little earlier on in the season.
When do you want to see Finn and Rachel get back together, or are you more not interested in it happening at all?