Finn Hudson Quotes
[to Coach Beist] I think it's just that the glee club just doesn't see me as an adult. Ugh, god, is that what coffee tastes like? How do people drink that?
Finn: The theme is 'Foreigner.' We're going to sing songs by Foreigner, in foreign languages, wearing all the costumes of the world's nations.
Artie: Wait, seriously? That's your idea?
Finn: Were you crying about me?
Rachel: I wasn't crying about you.
Finn: Have you been crying?
Rachel: No, I'm fine.
Finn: For two years, I was the guy you came to with every little problem. Are we just gonna pretend we're not even friends anymore?
Rachel: I just...I shouldn't have come here. It's just too weird.
Finn: It's nice helping other people's dreams come true.
Will: It's called being a teacher.
Finn: Okay, we need to do that thing where we call people back. What's that called?
Mercedes, Mike, and Artie: Callbacks.
Finn: Hey, what are you doing?
Finn: In study hall? I think you're the first.
Finn: Wow. What am I going to do with my life? I don't have my girl. I don't have a job. I don't have a place in this world.
Rachel: You have you, and that's better than anyone else on the planet as far as I'm concerned.
Finn: Who am I? I barely even graduated high school and my life has absolutely no direction.
Rachel: Don't you get it? No matter how rich, or famous, or successful I become, when it comes to you, I'm always going to be that moon-eyed girl who freaked you out at a first glee rehearsal. You are the first boy who made me feel loved, and sexy, and visible. You are my first love. And I want more than anything for you to be my last. But I can't do this anymore. At least not now. We're done.
Finn: I was trying to give you your freedom.
Rachel: I don't need you to give me my freedom. I am a grown woman. I don't need you to hide from me to keep me from doing what is right for me.
Finn: I just needed time to think.
Rachel: You had four months. I hated you for what you did to me at that train station.
Finn: I was trying to help you.
Rachel: I hated you. And then when I got to New York, I thought how much you love me. And how hard that must have been for you. And I thought this...this is what a man looks like. This is how a man loves. But you, not telling me where you were for four months, and sneaking out before sunrise in the middle of the night without saying goodbye, that is not being a man, Finn.
Rachel: This is where you proposed to me. When you did, you reminded me it's where we had our first date. It's also where we first met. Do you remember that?
Finn: Yeah, glee rehearsal. You, uh, you really freaked me out.