Anytime their make out sessions get too heated, Quinn quickly puts a stop to it and makes them pray. Episode 1x02 – Showmance Quinn gives Finn a hard time about him being glee club. I am not giving up those shiny crowns just so you can express yourself. That's a pretty heated gaze, and I'm not sure it's entirely fueled by anger considering how she then proceeds to look at Rachel.This affords a really convenient excuse for fending off her boyfriend's advances, doesn't it? Quinn: We are in line to become the most popular kids in this school for the next couple years. And again Quinn's at it with the defeminizing insult, this time dishing out "manhands." I don't think I really need to point out just how inaccurate Quinn is about that, but hey, whatever helps her sleep better at night.The celibacy club meeting is one of my favorite scenes in this episode, and here's why: Quinn: God bless the perv who invented these. She certainly seems to enjoy watching Santana twirl around in that skirt.It does make me wonder just why she's having Santana do this though.Then again, there was also nothing that disproved it either.Episode 1x06 – Vitamin DThis episode contains one of my favorite Quinn/Rachel scenes.A lot of people say that Quinn's animosity is because she sees Rachel as a threat to her relationship with Finn, but that's not exactly true.
Episode 1x04 – Preggers This is the episode where we discover that Quinn has a bun in the oven.
One could argue that this nullifies the case that I am presenting here, but studies have actually shown that lesbian teens are at a higher risk for pregnancy than their heterosexual counterparts.
Here are a few choice quotes from Study: Lesbian teens at higher pregnancy risk that I feel are relevant:"Gay and lesbian teens may have sex with members of the opposite sex for a variety of reasons.
It's clear that Quinn goes out of her way to antagonize Rachel. From this exchange, it's obvious why Quinn is in a relationship with Finn: to boost her popularity by being part of a power couple.
She's acting like a little boy with a schoolyard crush. This scene didn't make it into the aired version of the pilot, but it's pretty telling. Once again, Quinn takes a shot at Rachel, and this time issues a defeminizing insult. It's clear that his position as star quarterback and her position as head cheerleader is the driving force behind their relationship.