She gives birth to a daughter, named Beth by Puck, who is adopted by Shelby Corcoran (Idina Menzel), coach of rival
The truth eventually comes out and they break up. Afterward, at Regionals, Quinn gives birth to her daughter, Beth, whom she gives up for adoption to Shelby Corcoran, Rachel's biological mother.
In Season 1, Quinn had a one-night-stand with Puck and became pregnant with his child, though at the time she was dating Puck's friend Finn Hudson. She later gives birth to the baby girl in Journey, named Beth (by Puck), at the end of Season One.
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.
Beth's first interraction with Quinn occured in the episode Journey, the episode that she was born. In the same episode, Quinn gave Beth up for adoption to Shelby Corcoran.
Journey. Shelby goes to the hospital after hearing news from Rachel that Quinn went into labor. At the hospital, she approaches Quinn, who is talking to Puck, and they briefly discuss Beth. At the end of the episode, Shelby adopts Beth.
Finn, after punching Puck in the face, demanded the truth from Quinn, who confessed that Puck was indeed the father of the baby. Finn, very upset and angry declared he was done with her, ending their relationship, and his friendship with Puck.
Puck dated Marley from Season Three, and the two of them got married in Season Four. They currently have two children together. Initially a recurring character during the first season, Puck was promoted during the third season.
Beth got her name after Puck sang the song "Beth" by KISS to Quinn, suggesting that they name their baby Beth. When Beth was adopted by Shelby Corcoran, she put the name Beth on the birth certificate.
The Quinn-Puck Relationship is the romantic relationship between Quinn Fabray and Noah Puckerman. They are also known as Quick. One night, Puck got Quinn "drunk" on wine coolers and they had unprotected sex leading to Quinn's pregnancy, a daughter whom Puck named Beth.
She becomes pregnant during the middle of the fifth season. Mays feels the character has much depth, juxtaposing Emma's position helping the students with her own phobia of germs and love for a married man.
"Sectionals" sees the glee club win the sectionals round of competition, advancing on to regionals. Glee club member Finn (Cory Monteith) discovers he is not the father of his girlfriend Quinn's (Dianna Agron) baby.
He was first revealed in "Billy's Bucket List", albeit briefly. Billy explains to Finn that his human father is trapped in the Crystal Citadel. The episode cuts ... Episode: 13 Because Finn Finds Out About Pucks The Father Of Quinn's Baby.
At the beginning of the series finale, "Dreams Come True", she is seen going to the New Directions competition to assist them. She does make it big on Broadway, marries Jesse, and becomes a surrogate mother to Kurt and Blaine's child.
Quinn Fabray is a 16-year-old high school student and cheerleader who gets pregnant in the first season of the show. Quinn starts the series dating quarterback Finn Hudson but gets pregnant with Noah "Puck" Puckerman's child.
The five-year time jump reveals that Artie — now (finally!) a couple with Tina — has had his film accepted to the Slamdance film festival, with Mercedes signing on to lend her music to the production. Rachel, meanwhile, is pregnant and serving as a surrogate for Kurt and Blaine's baby.
Quinn gives birth at the end of the first season to a baby girl, Beth, whom she gives up for adoption. Quinn was 16 years old when she had her baby.
Quinn then sparks a relationship with Brody, who accepts her for who she is. They get engaged in Season Five, and are married in Season Six. Quinn was originally introduced as a recurring character for the first three seasons, but was added to the main cast for the final three seasons.
In fact, it actually makes no sense for her not to be there. So where was Quinn? The most logical answer was that Dianna Agron was unavailable for the shooting of this episode.
This backfires when Julie begins dating Jake instead and Kitty decides to back off. Later, however, she discovers that she is pregnant by Jake but does not want to interfere in his or Julie's life, so she has an abortion.
Bree later sings during Jake's fantasy of Nasty/Rhythm Nation, in which she has a worried expression throughout the song. After Jake wakes up from his fantasy, he meets up with Bree who tells him she is pregnant with his baby. She tells him to keep the secret and that they must go to the doctor together.
Shelby offers to include both Quinn and Puck in Beth's life. Struggling at being a mother, she forms a romantic bond with eighteen-year-old student Puck, leading to a sexual relationship before she tells him that their relationship is a mistake and resigns from McKinley in the eighth episode.
There are some notable absences in this episode. Despite Quinn Fabray (Dianna Agron) having a strong connection to Finn Hudson (Cory Monteith), Agron was not asked to be back for the tribute for unknown reasons. Brittany (Heather Morris) was also not present as she had given birth shortly before shooting.
Finn breaks up with Quinn, telling her that he doesn't feel tethered to her--that feeling of loving someone so much that you always feel connected--like Sue felt for her sister. Quinn asks if he feels that way for Rachel and Finn doesn't answer, confirming that it is Rachel that he loves.
However, Santana finds Sam and tells him about Quinn cheating on him and, though he denies it at first, he eventually realizes she is right. Santana also propositions him with the idea that dating her make him more popular (and using sex as a bribe). Sam dumps Quinn and begins dating Santana, leaving Quinn heartbroken.