During Season One, Puck and Quinn have a drunken one night stand, resulting in Quinn's unexpected pregnancy. They have a daughter, whom Puck names Beth, who is born in the Season One finale, Journey. At the end of the season, Puck tells Quinn that he loves her. Shelby Corcoran adopts their daughter.
In Season Two, they barely speak and have little interaction, most likely because Quinn has started a relationship with Sam, and subsequently a second relationship with Finn, while Puck is in a relationship with Lauren.
In Season Three, Shelby comes back to Lima with Beth. Shelby wants Puck and Quinn to be a part of Beth's life, but Quinn plans for Puck and her to get full custody of their daughter. During I Kissed a Girl, Quinn says she wants to get back with Puck, but doesn't tell him that she wants to have another baby with him. Puck refuses to have sex with Quinn, but comforts her and confesses that he hooked up with Shelby. In Goodbye, Quinn helps Puck to study for a big test to graduate high school. While doing so, she tells him that she loves him, kisses him and is proud of him when he passes his test and graduates.
Despite making amends and admitting their (perhaps platonic) love for each other in Goodbye, Quinn and Puck go their separate ways after graduation. Puck begins pursuing a career in California, while Quinn goes to Yale in Connecticut. However, they reunite with the rest of the alumni of the Glee Club (except Rachel and Kurt) in the episode Thanksgiving of Season Four. They both also appear in I Do, which is Quinn's final appearance of the season.
In Season Five, they reunite once again in 100 to commemorate the final days of New Directions. Despite Quinn having found herself a new partner, Biff McIntosh, they soon realize that they still have feelings for each other and begin a rekindled romantic relationship.
It is never really confirmed that Quinn and Puck are still together in Season 6. They are not seen together during the I Lived number in the last episode so there is a potential that they are not together in the end.
When Puck slushies Rachel, Quinn laughs and then turns back to smile at him.
We find out that sometime prior to this episode, Puck got Quinn drunk on wine coolers, and because she felt fat that day, they had sex.
Quinn tells Finn that she is pregnant. Although she and Finn have never had sex, she lies and claims that Finn is the father of the baby (using his premature ejaculation in a hot tub weeks earlier as an excuse), and Finn believes her, not suspecting her of cheating. Finn is noticeably depressed and, after Puck pesters him as to the reason, reveals to Puck that Quinn is pregnant and she's keeping the baby. Puck understands immediately that the child must be his. He confronts Quinn in the hallway, calling her a "MILF". He reveals that he knows it must be his child - as he knows she was a virgin when they did it, and he also feels confident that he'd know if Finn had slept with her since then, because Finn's his best friend. He tells her he'd take care of the baby - and her too - but she calls him a Lima Loser and runs away in tears. She runs straight to her car, where Terri is waiting for her. She tries to convince Quinn to give the baby up for adoption as a replacement baby for her own phantom pregnancy.
Puck is reluctant to perform Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It), not wanting to appear uncool, but Finn explains that he doesn't want to be a Lima Loser for the rest of his life, and this reminds Puck of what Quinn had said to him earlier. He somewhat grudgingly agrees to perform. When the football team starts performing, Quinn smiles when she sees Puck. He looks jealous and sad when he sees Quinn happily kissing Finn after they win the football game.
Back at school, Finn gives Quinn his blanket from when he was a baby and says that he wants to do everything he can to be a great father. They hug, but are interrupted by Puck, who makes sarcastic comments about morning sickness and accuses Quinn of putting on weight. Finn defends Quinn, telling him to back off. Puck then admits he was out of line and leaves them alone, with Quinn upset by the encounter and Finn more confused than angry.
At rehearsal, everyone is guessing why Quinn is acting so weird. Puck reveals that she may "have a bun in the oven". When they wonder who might have impregnated her, he tells them the father is obviously Finn, even though he knows it's his. Quinn seems amused when April Rhodes kisses Puck's cheek. They dance together at the end of Last Name.
Puck watches the girls, including Quinn, perform Halo/Walking on Sunshine. Quinn agrees to give the baby up for adoption to Terri Schuester in this episode. Terri doesn't want any drama from the father of the baby wanting to keep it, and Quinn only talks about Finn.
Quinn has an ultrasound and finds out the baby is a girl. After Sue splits up the group into the minorities and non-minorities, Quinn, at Sue's direction, convinces Puck and Brittany that they're minorities too, making a comment about Puck's Judiaism after they perform No Air.
At the end of the episode, the whole school finds out about her pregnancy. Puck, along with the rest of the New Directions, sing Keep Holding On to show their support for Quinn.
When Rachel helps clean the slushie off of Puck's face in the bathroom, she makes a comment about Quinn's hair making slushies worse for her than for him.
Later in the episode, as Rachel and Puck are sitting on the bleachers outside, about to break-up from their short-lived romance, Rachel notices him watching the cheerleaders, and asks if the reason Puck joined Glee Club was because of Quinn. Puck doesn't deny it. Rachel mentions how she notices Puck frequently is staring at Quinn when she's staring at Finn. He then says it doesn't matter, because Quinn will never leave Finn. He is clearly upset by this.
At the end of the episode, Quinn is kicked off of the Cheerios and is seen depressed and in normal clothes. She bitterly reflects on how she's going have to start every day with a slushie facial. Puck and the rest of the glee club support her, however, and agree when Will says that there are 11 friends who will all be willing to help clean her off.
Puck pays attention in the Glee classroom when Quinn is discussing with Finn how desperately she needs money to pay for her doctor bills.
When Quinn is preparing to bake cupcakes for the bake sale, he comes in and gives her the $18 he had leftover from his pool-cleaning business, telling her, "I was getting that you kinda need money. For our kid." She corrects him and calls it "my kid" - not his. She asks him to stop. She tells him she will go to her grave swearing the baby is Finn's, even if it comes out with a Mohawk. Puck thinks it would be pretty cool if it came out with a Mohawk. Quinn, amused, starts a food fight with him. They throw cake ingredients at each other, flirting and laughing. Just as they are about to kiss, they are interrupted by Finn.
Puck and Finn, in wheelchairs in this episode as an exercise to see what Artie has to go through, get into a fistfight over Quinn and the baby. Puck doesn't think Finn's doing enough, and comments on how Finn is always being selfish and should rather think about how hard it is on Quinn. He accuses Finn of not deserving her, revealing his jealousy.Seeing that his pool cleaning business isn't enough, he decides to secretly put marijuana in cupcakes in order to get them to sell more successfully at the bake sale, the whole time planning to steal some of the money from the fundraiser and give it to Quinn. We see Quinn and Puck smile at each other and share a look as his cupcakes sell well.
When he presents her with the money, claiming it's from his piggy bank. Quinn reveals the baby is a girl, but soon realizes he stole the money from the cupcake fund. He denies it, but Quinn knows better, and he eventually admits it. She chastises him for taking money from "a friend in a wheelchair", and he promises to return it. She apologizes for calling him a Lima Loser in Preggers and says he's not - he's "special and romantic". Finn interrupts them, and Puck surreptitiously hides the cash in his pants. Puck is visibly upset when Quinn leaves on Finn's lap (Finn still in his wheelchair). Quinn looks back at him, apologetically.
In the auditorium, Puck gives the bake sale money to Mr. Schuester. Quinn is clearly proud of him, and the two share a smile.
Puck becomes frustrated with Quinn and Finn's relationship and admits to Mercedes that he is the father of Quinn's baby. Mercedes tells him to lay off, because Quinn chose Finn to be the father, and he hurt Quinn enough. Quinn gets kicked out of her home by her parents in this episode. When the glee members are singing Lean on Me, towards the end, Puck sings the lyrics "call me" and gives her a smirk. Quinn, looking tempted, bites her lips, nods her head, and looks away with a smile while blushing.
Puck steals a book called How to Raise a Baby on Five Dollars a Day from a bookstore to give to Quinn, in case she changes the mind about giving the baby up for adoption. This is the first scene where Puck seems to be aware of Quinn's intention to not keep the child. She tells him the act of theft "is so sweet", seeming genuinely appreciative, and admits that she doesn't know what she's going to do about it anymore. Puck tells her there is no pressure, whatever she decides.
Quinn questions whether or not she was being unfair to him, and maybe she should have given him a chance - he is the real dad of the baby, after all. She worries that Finn would freak if she started spending time with Puck, though, so she devises a plan to have Rachel be a distraction for Finn, and meanwhile take Puck for a test drive.
Quinn, before even spending any time with Puck for this test run, comes to the decision to keep her baby, and informs Terri. However, Terri's sister, Kendra Giardi, decides to show Quinn the horrors of motherhood by having her babysit her triplet sons. Quinn decides to use this as an opportunity to test out Puck as a potential father.
When Quinn asks Puck to babysit with her, they both smile a lot at each other in the school hallway. Puck seems thrilled to have the opportunity. While Quinn and Puck are babysitting the children, they get tied up with jump rope. Puck keeps using his cell phone to text someone while Quinn tries to untie themselves, and when she complains and Puck starts to assist with the untying, their hands touch for a few meaningful seconds before they let go and find the rope untied.
The children they are babysitting are only quieted when Puck and Quinn perform an acoustic version of Papa Don't Preach, the chorus of the song sending the message that Puck now knows too that Quinn wants to keep her baby. They smile at each other a lot throughout the song and at the beginning even touch. This is the only number in the entire series that is performed by Puck and Quinn alone, with Puck on guitar and Quinn singing solo. All other musical numbers they participate in together are group numbers.
Kendra and Terri are shocked to find the boys so well behaved, bathed, and sleeping all at the same time. Puck and Quinn are proud of themselves. Quinn was surprised at how much she enjoyed the evening, and he tells her they could do the parenting thing. Quinn admits to being worried, early on in the night, about him texting Mike too often, but Puck assures her he was totally into the babysitting. Quinn is satisfied with Puck until Santana reveals that during the entire night Puck was sexting her, not texting Mike. Santana also seems jealous of Quinn and Puck's time spent together in this scene. Quinn replies, "I happen to know Puck cares about me."
However, Quinn clearly is worried Santana might be telling the truth, so she checks his cell phone and finds the dirty messages. She is angry, sad, and heartbroken. He justifies his actions by explaining, "You haven't given it up to me since the night I knocked you up. I have needs." He then says "I'm going to be a good dad, but I'm not going to stop being me to do it." Quinn looks hurt and close to tears when he says that.
Quinn decides she will give the baby to the Schuesters, after all, and cites that her baby girl needs a good father, like Will Schuester will be (and unlike who Puck will be). While singing True Colors at the end of the episode, they both share a look and Puck looks sad.
When Puck rehearses his line for the commercial, Quinn is shown to be amused.
The truth about who the father of Quinn's baby is comes to light. Mercedes had, at some point, apparently revealed the truth about it to everyone, with the exception of Finn and Rachel. However, Rachel sees (in a brief flashback that is shown) Puck rush to Quinn's aid when she falls, and grows suspicious on her own about whether Puck is the true father.
Therefore, Rachel manipulates Quinn into asking Puck to take her to get "Jewish baby tests" - the possibility of their child having Tay–Sachs disease being relevant, as well as Quinn assuming Terri Schuester won't want the baby if the baby is afflicted with it. Puck wonders if this test is a real thing.
Once Rachel feels her suspicions have been confirmed, she shares the truth with Finn. Horrified at the idea, Finn angrily attacks Puck and demands the truth from him and Quinn. Quinn admits the truth that Puck is the father, causing Finn to kick over a chair and say that he was not only done with them, but with glee as well.Puck then goes to a heartbroken Quinn offering his support as the true and official father and says he wants to be with her. Quinn thanks him, but says no and that she would rather take care of her pregnancy on her own. Later, when Finn returns to the Glee Club, he makes it clear that he does not forgive Puck or Quinn.
Quinn was living with Finn as of the end of Ballad and this fact, and the fact that Finn has now broken up with Quinn and knows he's not the father, is brought up in the "previously on Glee" segment at the beginning of the episode. Oddly, Quinn's living situation is not touched upon further until Laryngitis where she seems to reveal that she is living with Puck to Mercedes. (In a scene that was cut from the episode, Puck and Quinn announced that they are dating.)
Puck can be heard, near the beginning of the episode, asking Quinn to stop supersizing in this episode. He says he's not breaking up with her (which implies that they are together now), but he doesn't "dig on fat chicks". Quinn angrily replies that she's pregnant, and he wonders aloud if/how that's his fault.
When Finn is singing Hello, I Love You, seemingly directed towards Quinn. Puck is seen flirting with a cheerleader when Quinn drags him away and argues with him.
When Rachel is singing Gives You Hell, Puck and Quinn gaze into each other's eyes and dance around clapping with each other. During the song, they dance and Quinn playfully flirts with Puck.
When Puck calls Madonna a MILF, Quinn looks over at him. The camera also focuses, at one point, on Puck as he is watching Quinn sing Express Yourself and seems kind of guilty along with the other boys for disrespecting his girlfriend.
Santana and Tina believe Puck made the Glist because Quinn, his girlfriend, is at the top. When Quinn is being interrogated, she tells Mr. Schue that she stole Puck from Rachel. When Quinn sees Puck in Rachel's music video she looks at him suspiciously and questionably and he looks back at her and smirks/smiles.
Puck and Quinn are shown to be holding hands as they leave when Rachel is singing Total Eclipse of the Heart.
As Rachel is beginning to sing The Climb, Quinn looks over at Puck.
When Puck sings The Lady Is a Tramp to Mercedes because he wants to date her to become more popular, he gestures a bit to Quinn, who smiles and laughs. She clearly enjoys his butt being thrown in her face as well.
In the school hallway, Mercedes and Quinn talk. Quinn tells her to go for it and date Puck. Mercedes is surprised. Quinn says she screwed up by letting Puck get her pregnant - he's an idiot, and his mother won't let her eat bacon. Quinn feels stuck living with him right now, but at least if Mercedes and Puck are dating, Quinn won't have to spend so much time listening to his insane theories on how Super Mario Bros. changed civilization. Quinn also warns Mercedes to be careful though, and that Santana might hurt her.
Puck suggests to Quinn naming their daughter Jack Daniels. Quinn comments that she's a girl and Puck changes the name to Jackie Daniels. Quinn is annoyed with him and tells him the name's not the point and she's giving up the baby for adoption so that they don't have to do this. She says he should go be a rockstar and not worry about the baby.
Later in the episode, Puck announces to the club that he has something to say to Quinn, and he wants everyone to hear it. He talks about how his dad was always off being a rockstar, and how he just wanted him to be there for him, and he never was. Puck explains asks the other guys in Glee Club to help him out and they sing Beth. He acknowledges that Quinn is giving the baby up for adoption, but asks that before she does, he get to be there in the hospital and name her Beth. Quinn agrees to the name and letting him be there at the birth, teary-eyed and moved by the song.
While Quinn sings It's a Man's Man's Man's World, they share an intense look. Puck also looks sad to see that Quinn feels this angry.
Quinn complains about living with Puck's mom and feels grateful when Mercedes offers to have Quinn move out of Puck's house and move in with her instead.
The episode starts with a flashback to just before Puck and Quinn had sex and conceived Beth. They are in her bed making out, and Puck convinces her to have sex with him, despite her bringing up her vow of celibacy, as well as her current boyfriend at the time, and his best friend, Finn. Puck convinces her they won't care about Finn in a few years. When Quinn asked "What about protection?", Puck answers, "I got it; trust me." Clearly whatever that means for him didn't work out. Then he tells her that "This isn't just another hook-up for me" and they resume kissing.
They perform at Regionals together, with the rest of the New Directions. Puck's only line in Any Way You Want It/Lovin' Touchin' Squeezin' is "I was alone, I never knew what good love could do" may be referring to his life before Quinn. Later in that song, they are seen to be touching.
After their performance, Quinn goes into labor while talking to her mother. Puck wheels her into the hospital, followed by the whole Glee Club. She says that she wanted Mercedes to come in too, alongside her mother and Puck. During the birth process, Quinn repeatedly states that he sucks for doing this to her. She gives birth to Beth.
Later, they are seen looking at Beth in the hospital nursery. Puck says the baby looks like her and asks if she wants to keep her. Quinn replies, "no", and asks if he does. He doesn't answer, clearly thinking that at least a part of him does want to keep her. Quinn then asks, "Did you love me?" and Puck replies, "Yes. Especially now." Quinn is surprised by his answer and looks up at him. He smiles in embarrassment and she smiles widely in return.
Then Shelby Corcoran interrupts them, noticing, like Puck, that the baby does look like Quinn. Shelby asks if she has a name, and Quinn says "no," but Puck insists it's "Beth" and Shelby likes the name.At the end of the episode, during a montage that plays during the song Over The Rainbow, it is made clear that they gave up their daughter to Shelby. They also share a loving look as Puck plays the song and Quinn watches from the chairs in the Glee classroom.
During the opening "Glee's Big Gay Summer" Jacob Ben Israel asks Puck "Is it true you are suffering a crippling depression because you're not over Quinn Fabray?" Puck hits the camera, heavily implying it's true. They seem to be on good terms when later in the episode they watch Sunshine's audition together.
While Puck is performing Only the Good Die Young, Quinn bites her lower lip as she looks at Puck, looking as if she's trying to stop herself from smiling. When he sings to Quinn the lyrics "You got a nice white dress, and a party on your confirmation," he walks up to her and looks at her straight in the eye. She looks pleasantly surprised for a moment before dancing along and Puck proceeds to sing with a smile.
When Mr. Schue tells Glee Club that Puck is in juvie, Quinn seems annoyed and asks what he did. Also Sam says that Puck might beat him up when he gets out of juvie for attempting to kiss Quinn.
Puck returns from juvie and makes a comment about cracking skulls. Quinn rolls her eyes and sarcastically says that he was such a catch and how could she ever let him go.
During Forget You, Puck and Quinn dance with each other briefly.
Quinn says that the last time she performed on stage was when she went into labor and was having post-traumatic stress. Puck comes and sits by her looking at her concerned when she says this. They also dance together during Valerie. She also admits Puck told her about the hook-up between Santana and Finn.
In Fat Bottomed Girls, Quinn stares at Puck and laughs throughout the entire song. Puck seems angry when Lauren insults him for getting Quinn pregnant.party, Quinn is seen with Lauren shouting at Puck when they are drunk. They are later seen together with a hangover the next day in school. Quinn is seen wearing Lauren's glasses while taking shots. Later when they are dancing Puck is seen wearing her glasses. This could mean Quinn gave them to him.
Puck jokingly points out the hickey on Quinn's neck with a raise of an eyebrow, and she attempts to deny it in front of him. She also tells Finn sleeping with Puck was a mistake and he should have been her first.
Puck is seen staring with Lauren at Quinn while she is pinning up a poster for prom.
When Quinn is walking down the hallway with her new look, the camera focuses on Puck and he looks at her as if sad and disappointed. Later, when Santana tries to persuade Quinn go back to Cheerios and Glee Club she refers to Quinn sleeping with Puck.
Puck speaks with Quinn in the hallway before dragging her into a classroom where Shelby is sitting. They discuss Beth, Shelby offering for Quinn and Puck to be a part of Beth's life. However, she is not willing for that to happen when as long as Quinn is in her 'Skank' bad-girl state, to which Quinn replies that as many papers that Shelby has, she will always be Beth's mother and Shelby will never be that. Puck later goes to see Beth, and says that she's perfect, just like Quinn.Puck tells Quinn that he saw Beth and that she should see her too, but she needs to step up and change back to her old self because Beth needs Quinn in her life. Quinn says that they will never be together and Puck replies saying he doesn't care about Quinn, only Beth. Later Quinn and Shelby begin to talk about Beth, Quinn asks if she can see a picture and Shelby shows her one of Puck holding Beth. Quinn bursts into tears. In their final scene Quinn surprisingly arrives at the Glee Club's booty camp. She has her blonde hair again and is back to her normal attire. Quinn asks if she can join in because she is rusty and they welcome her back. When she arrives, everyone has surprised faces while Puck has a big smile on his face. Puck tells Quinn he is proud of her and she replies by saying she's going to get Beth back and they're going to have full custody of her leaving Puck looking shocked and worried.
Quinn and Puck appear together in almost every scene which they are in. They are first seen at dance rehearsal together, and then are seen watching Rachel and Mercedes' Diva-Off together, when Puck turns to Quinn and he says, "Forget West Side Story, this is Clash of the Titans" to her as she leans towards him.
Puck opens the door for Quinn as they approach Shelby together and ask if they could babysit Beth. Quinn refers to their previous babysitting job in Hairography, and Shelby agrees. Puck and Quinn go to Shelby's house and when Puck sees Quinn meeting Beth for the first time, he smiles tearfully. When Shelby goes, Quinn starts to replace items in Shelby's house, to prove that Shelby is an unfit mother when her house is inspected. When Puck tries to tell her to stop, Quinn asks "Do you want our baby back or not?" he admits that he does. The next day, Quinn playfully fools around with Puck in Glee Club during Last Friday Night. Later, she pulls him into a classroom and tells him that he needs to get a year-round job in order for them to raise Beth together, he agrees and gets an indoor pool cleaning job. Then, they are seen sitting together before rehearsal starts, looking at a book together. They are watching Rory's audition together, and both question his singing ability.
When Finn asked Puck about condom brands, Puck said he had never used them. And that it has worked out for him "for about 99% of the time." Meaning Quinn was his 1% when she got pregnant with Beth.
She approaches him in the hallway afterwards and tells him that he needs to be extra nice to Shelby so that they can babysit Beth more and she says that she will to whatever it takes to get their baby back. When talking to Shelby, Puck says that he originally thought that he and Quinn would be good parents.I'm the Only One, thinking at first that he was singing to her telling her that she was the only one for him. She is angry when it becomes apparent that he is singing to Shelby and again when he says that the song was sung for Santana. She comes up to him after asking why it wasn't for her, but for Shelby. Puck tells her that he was singing it to Shelby in order to get Beth back - and that they are the only ones for Beth. She tells him that her mom was going out of town for the weekend and she had the house to herself, asking him to come over and have sex with her. Puck rejects her, and Quinn protests by reminding him of when he told her he loved her at the hospital and says she wants to get that back and get back together with him. He tells her that he was into the 'old her', but now she's even more high maintenance than Rachel, and he'd rather rawdog a bee hive. He later comes over to her house after all, and they are seen making out in Quinn's bed as she tugs on his mohawk. He apologizes for making her a "freakin' mess for three years ever since he knocked her up," and tells her that she doesn't need a baby, or a guy or anyone to make her special. Quinn asks him to stay with her and hold her, and he agrees. He tells her about his relationship with Shelby. Later, in the choir room, Tina asks Quinn if she is okay, as she sits in the corner looking upset and hurt. Puck is seen looking guilty.
During We Found Love, Puck and Quinn dance together in the pool.Never Can Say Goodbye, she looks happy when Puck, who is the first guy she thinks about, comes out of the wings and walks out to press his face against hers then spins her round. She dances with Puck during the fantasy sequence. Then, when Quinn is in the choir room singing, Puck nods his head to the music and smiles at her. He later congratulates her when she announces that she got into Yale.
In the choir room, when Mercedes sings her song, Puck and Quinn sit next to each other.
In the choir room, Quinn sees Puck's face covered in chocolate and smiles at him questioningly.
When Quinn is performing I'm Still Standing, Puck is shown enjoying the performance, and Quinn also points to him, much like he did in Lady Is a Tramp. He looks hurt when Quinn says that sleeping with him was a mistake. In the library meeting, Rachel points out that Quinn's in a wheelchair and nobody's taking notice of it or doing anything to help her, and Puck looks guilty. He agrees and calls Quinn "Lady Fabray" when she suggests that for Ditch Day they should go to Six Flags.
When Quinn stands up during Take My Breath Away, Puck is one of the first people who claps for her.
When the Juniors sing In My Life, Quinn looks at Puck and sees he's upset.
Quinn comes into the hallway doing a self monologue about graduation. She reflects on how unemotional she feels about leaving behind high school. As she looks at Puck studying for his geography test, she considers how well she has been treated by everyone at the school. She decides to 'give back' for the week.
Quinn finds Rachel in the restroom and tells her that she is happy for her and Finn; they were meant to be. Rachel tells Quinn that she always felt the same way about Quinn and Puck - she always thought that they'd end up together. Quinn takes this lightly and says its "ancient history," but Rachel reminds her that Puck was at his best when they were together.Later, Puck is studying with Quinn in Quinn's bedroom, preparing for his geography exam. Frustrated at his inability to remember facts, he tells Quinn "don't worry. You still get your brownie patch for trying to help a loser learn something." Quinn reveals her love for Puck, who is pleasantly surprised by this statement. Quinn remembers their relationship in their first and second years. Even though they grew apart after Beth was born, she says, he has always meant something to her and still does. She reveals that at one point she really cared about him, saying that she would have never given her virginity to the Puck that is in front of her - the Puck she fell in love with "had swagger." She states that she doesn't regret having sex with him, telling him that he needs to regain his old confidence. When she tries to kiss him, he initially pulls away, telling her to "Save it for some Yale guy who deserves you." She reminds him of his 'glory days' - scoring the winning touchdown during Preggers, and swallowing a thumbtack on a dare. Suitably emboldened, Puck kisses her.
Later, he performs confidently in his Geography test, putting it down to the confidence Quinn has given him, and showing that he still has feelings for her.Before graduation, all the Glee Club seniors outside the geography class room are waiting with Puck for the test to be graded. Quinn looks anxious, along with Puck and the rest of the seniors. When Puck finds out he has recieved a good enough grade to graduate, Quinn is the first to hug him, whispering to him that she is so proud of him.
Puck might be referring to Quinn when he tells Jake that he dated one of the most popular girls in the school.Homeward Bound/Home with Mike, Santana, Mercedes and Finn. They hold hands during the song. They sit together at Breadstix, and Puck puts his arm around her and she strokes his chin. Puck congratulates Quinn saying "You go girl!" when she speaks of being asked to be a part of the only female Secret Society at Yale University. When Quinn confronts Jake about just wanting sex from Marley, Puck tells Jake that her body language shows an anger Quinn reserves for Puckermans, describing in detail how he knows this. Also Kitty tells Quinn that she would know all about "a Puckerman corrupting an innocent girl," referring to their relationship.
For the show's 100th episode, all of the graduated Glee club members return to McKinley - amongst them Quinn, who returns for the first time since Mr. Schue's almost-wedding. Puck has joined the Air Force. He considers the past dead to him, except for one thing - Quinn.They first meet up in the school hallway, smiling at each other. They exchange compliments, Quinn assuring him that he looks really handsome, and not just because of the Air Force uniform, but also because of his newfound confidence. Puck invites Quinn to go with him to Breadstix to brainstorm potential songs to sing at glee club, but is interrupted by Biff McIntosh, Quinn's new boyfriend from Yale. He kisses Quinn, and Puck appears jealous. Quinn introduces the two to each other, Puck realizing that Quinn has never told Biff about him. Quinn leaves, preparing to show the auditorium to her new boyfriend, and telling Puck that it has been great talking to him. Quinn with the rest of The Unholy Trinity performs Toxic, and Puck notices that Biff is texting the whole time, not paying any attention to Quinn. Quinn defends him at the end, much to his frustration.
Later, in Breadstix, Quinn and Biff are seated at a table when Biff calls over her old friends Santana, Artie, Mike, and Puck. After Quinn sends Biff to fetch her purse from the car, Puck asks if Biff knows about their relationship or Beth. She assures him that she'll tell Biff everything when she's ready.Puck chooses to perform Keep Holding On in the auditorium, playing acoustic guitar and looking at Quinn as he sings, remembering how the song was performed specifically for her back in "Throwdown". Quinn is brought to tears during the performance. As the rest of the New Directions leave, Puck comments "I guess I can still saw your heart." She explains that she's not crying over him, but rather because until he sang that song she'd actually forgotten about it. Puck tells her not to be ashamed of her past, telling her that everyone loves her for who she is. Later, Quinn argues with Biff in the parking lot. She's finally revealed her secrets to him and Puck shows up, trying to come to her rescue. Quinn tells Puck to go away. Biff asks if Puck is "the loser who knocked [her] up", and Quinn confirms. When Biff calls Quinn a "dirty little slut-bag", Quinn grabs his nose in retaliation. This escalates into a full-on fight between Puck and Biff. Quinn begs Puck to stop hurting him, but the fight culminates with Puck tossing Biff into a dumpster, before telling Quinn that she's so much better than Biff. Quinn ends up with Puck in the men's locker room looking at Finn's framed jersey. Puck asks for reassurance that Finn had forgiven them for what they did, and Quinn nods and tells him that he forgave them "a long time ago", reflecting that it was always Rachel who was his soul mate. Puck asks who Quinn's soul mate is. Quinn implies it's not Biff, mentioning that he's going back to Yale, alone, after the fight. Puck states that he plans to leave McKinley too, explaining that there is no reason for him to stay, although he knows who his soul mate is. He begs Quinn to ask him to stay, but she makes no reply. He leaves, shattered. As he walks down the school hallway, Quinn runs after him and catches him up. She wraps her arms around him and kisses him, then asks him to stay. They share a joyous embrace in the corridor.
They are first seen together cuddling in the auditorium before I Am Changing. Mercedes points out that even if she doesn't know what is going on about them - or where Biff is - the whole group can expect another "accidental pregnancy" sometime soon. Quinn and Puck smile, but deny it. They watch the number as they keep cuddling.They are then seen in Holly and Will's attempt to bring music to the school, as they dance and provide vocal back up to Holly's Party All the Time in a disco.
Later, they enjoy to Santana and Rachel's rendition of Be Okay. Afterwards, they perform a romantic version of Just Give Me a Reason together. At the end of the performance they kiss, to which the whole glee club claps, and confirm that they are officially dating. Quinn reflects that that no matter how far apart they are, she'd rather do hard with him than doing it easy with somebody else; they kiss one more time.They are brought down a bit by Will, who says that their duet was the last song ever sung in the Choir Room. They sing and dance together in Don't Stop Believin' in honor of their ex-teacher.
Quinn and Puck return to McKinley for homecoming week the same time Rachel calls them and the rest of the gang back to help recruit new members to the newly revived New Directions. The two of them dance and sing together in Take On Me and later Puck is briefly seen giving Quinn a back rub. They also sing together in Home.
They have cute interactions during Santana and Brittany's proposal. At the end of the episode, both of them are part of You Learn/You've Got a Friend. They are seen hugging.New Directions over the years for the performance of I Lived for the re-dedication of The April Rhodes Civic Pavilion as the Finn Hudson Auditorium. They both seen dancing with everyone, and seems happy about it. This is the last time wee see both Puck and Quinn on the show.
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- Brittana, Finchel, Klaine, Quick and Wemma were described as the five most asked about couples on the show according to Zap2It and E! Online.
- The only time Quinn wanted to keep Beth was when there was a possibility of her and Puck raising her together, as a family. Sadly, her hopes were dashed when Puck was caught sexting with Santana, leaving her heartbroken.
- In the series, Quinn is Christian and Puck is Jewish. But in real life, Dianna is Jewish and Mark is Christian.
- In a deleted scene from Grilled Cheesus, Quinn said "I really like you", to which Puck replied "Just let me get to third base a couple days a week".
- Quinn referred to sleeping with Puck without protection (thinking 'Trust me' was a good birth control method) as the stupidest thing she has ever done.
- Puck tells Quinn that he was into her because she was "hot like a pixie" and the smartest girl in the whole school. But he also says she is the most selfish person he has ever met and is higher maintenance than Rachel.
- Puck was the first guy Quinn thought about when she was singing Never Can Say Goodbye to all her ex-boyfriends.
- Puck thinks Quinn is one of the only people in Lima who is going to get out and make something of herself.
- Unlike her other relationships, Quinn has never cheated on Puck, but Quinn is the only girl Puck has cheated on. He attempted to kiss Rachel in Bad Reputation when he was confirmed to be dating Quinn.
- They both have had an episode dealing with their friendship with Artie: Puck in Never Been Kissed and Quinn in Big Brother.
- Puck joined Glee Club to get closer to Quinn.
- Puck's mother wouldn't let Quinn eat bacon.
- Both set fire to instruments, Quinn set fire to a piano in The Purple Piano Project and Puck set fire to his fictional guitar in Choke.
- Both prefer to go by a name other than their first names (Quinn as opposed to Lucy; Puck as opposed to Noah).
- Both have told they are proud of each other. (Puck to Quinn in I Am Unicorn and Quinn to Puck in Goodbye)
- They were the first couple from Glee Club who were known to have slept together.
- They are the only teenage couple with a child.
- They both had ulterior motives for joining Glee Club.
- They both also have an estranged relationship with their fathers.
- Quinn said several times that sleeping with Puck was a mistake, but in Goodbye, when they are in her room, she says that she has "No regrets" about sleeping with him, she also says she loves him and that they are bonded because of Beth. They remain good friends.
- Puck knew what was going on in Quinn's mind just by her body language because she was mad and he knew what it was like to constantly make her mad. (Thanksgiving)
- Both humiliated/made fun of Rachel at some point.
- Although they follow different religions, they are two of the most religious characters on the show.
- They both got different haircuts in Season Four. (Quinn let her hair grow out again and Puck shaved his head, had a mohawk, and grew his hair out)
- Both have a sister.
- It has never been revealed why they broke up between Season One and Two.
- Quinn was the first girl whom Puck ever admitted to love.
- Only kissed five times onscreen. (Journey, I Kissed a Girl, Goodbye, 100, and New Directions)
- Both had a relationship with a teacher (Quinn with her Yale professor and Puck with Shelby Corcoran).
- Puck is the only person Quinn kissed during Season Three.
- Both have kissed/slept with Santana Lopez.
- Both of them lived solely with their moms before they graduated.
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