Tuesday, May 29, 2012

fallintolife said: I think that the reason everything was idealized/romanticized in TSS is because Rachel herself is an idealist. She believes in musicals, and happy endings, and spent her two first years of high school searching for a "leading man". Rachel has NEVER been particularly practical, and that's where Quinn comes in. Quinn didn't really know how to dream, and Rachel didn't know how to deal with her dreams not working out (or shifting, in this case). With each other, and therapy, they worked it out.

This is a good point.

But personally, do you think that Quinn and Rachel could maintain their relationship as presented in TSS?