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Top 10 Best Friendship Moments on Glee

VO: Phoebe de Jeu WRITTEN BY: Francesca LaMantia
Gleeks unite! For this list, we’ll be looking at the best moments when the Glee club and company stood up for each other, had each others’ backs, and were just generally the best of friends. Join MsMojo as we count down our picks for the Top 10 Best Friendship Moments on Glee.
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Top 10 Best Friendship Moments on Glee



Gleeks unite! Welcome to MsMojo, and today we’ll be counting down our picks for the Top 10 Best Friendship Moments On Glee.

For this list, we’ll be looking at the best moments when the Glee club and company stood up for each other, had each others’ backs, and were just generally the best of friends.

#10: When Coach Beiste Dressed Up as Santa


"A Very Glee Christmas"

If you’re a fan of “Glee”, then you know that it’s not just the glee kids who are the best of friends; the teachers are a part of the group as well. So when Artie finds out that Brittany still believes in Santa, and wishes for Artie to walk, he recruits their new friend Coach Beiste to dress up as Santa. He makes her tell Brittany that that is too tall an order, but to preserve her belief. Beiste graciously agrees, but when her stories about her own broken Christmas wishes don’t make Brittany feel better, Beiste ups her game. She finds a contraption that can help Artie walk again and leaves it under the tree. A Christmas miracle!

#9: When Tina Helped Rachel Achieve Her Dream


"Props"

We can’t blame Tina for being a bit resentful towards Rachel. She is constantly in Rachel’s shadow and feels justifiably neglected by the glee club. So it is a truly special moment that even when she is at her wits’ end with being overlooked, Tina can’t help but do everything she can to get Rachel a second shot at her college audition. Tina takes Rachel to go see the person she previously choked in front of. She admits that Rachel is annoying and overbearing, but also admits that she gets to be because she is just that good, and that if anyone deserves a second chance it is Rachel Berry.

#8: When Quinn Reunites the Glee Clubs


"Hold on to Sixteen"

Quinn has had some truly bad times throughout high school. And when the glee club was split in two, she was at her worst. It may seem surprising that it’s Quinn who brings everyone back together, but it also makes so much sense. Quinn acknowledges that they don't have a lot of time left in high school, and instead of spending it feuding in separate glee clubs, they should spend it together. She invites the Troubletones back into New Directions with a promise that they will be featured at all future competitions, and Schue and Rachel have already both agreed. Leave it to Quinn to save the day.

#7: When Sue Helps Beiste Stand Up for Herself


"Choke"

Even after Sue’s all consuming hatred for the glee club and their allies wanes, she still has a reputation for being a bully to just about everyone. But when someone she considers a friend is in serious trouble, Sue comes through. When Beiste reveals to Sue that her husband has been beating her up, Sue has Bieste's back without hesitation. She convinces her to leave the bad situation and offers her a safe place to stay, even if she can’t help but throw in a few barbs for good measure.

#6: When Kurt & Quinn Helped Sam


“Rumours”

Sometimes being a good friend means keeping a secret. When Sam's family is having money trouble, he confides in Kurt and Quinn to help him out with clothes, and baby sitting his younger siblings. Naturally, when the rest of the club notices that Kurt and Quinn have been secretly hanging out with Sam, crazy rumours about them start flying around. But no matter how bad things get, even when it jeopardizes their relationships, they keep Sam's secret and have his back. In the end, when everything is revealed, the rest of the glee club rallies behind Sam as well, showing him that Quinn and Kurt aren’t the only ones he can count on.

#5: When They Dedicated Nationals to Finn


"City of Angels"

Finn’s untimely death was hard on everyone. And with the glee club’s first Nationals without him approaching, the glee club was feeling a bit lost, especially Sam, who did everything he could to be as good a leader as Finn. In honor of their leader, and their friend, the glee club brings Finn’s portrait with them for good luck and sing all of his favorite songs. They just didn’t want to do Nationals without him. But win or lose, he is always with them.


#4: When Mercedes Took Quinn in


"Funk”

Quinn was the queen bee at school, and the perfect daughter at home, but when her pregnancy secret gets out, she quickly descends the social ladder, and her parents kick her out of the house. Thankfully, she still had the glee club to lean on. The whole team was really supportive of Quinn, but Mercedes comes in as the ringer when she offers Quinn a place to stay. Mercedes and Quinn hadn't really spent much time together before this point, but they bond during funk week, realizing that they aren’t so different, and Mercedes extends a hand of friendship to Quinn.


#3: When Will Kissed Beiste


"Never Been Kissed"

It may seem a bit weird that Beiste was so offended to find out that the glee boys, and Tina, think about her in compromising situations to cool themselves off when they're with their significant others. What does she need the validation of a bunch of kids for? But after hearing her story about how she’s never even been kissed, it’s understandable. She confesses to Will that she feels insecure about the way she looks and worries that she will be alone forever. So Will kisses her to give her that first step, and to remind her that she might not fall into the standard convention of beauty, but she is beautiful inside and out.


#2: When Finn Dedicated a Song to Kurt


"Furt"

Finn is often the hero that glee needs, but sometimes he falls short, especially when it comes to Kurt. But Finn always makes things right, like when he rescued Kurt from a beating to show him that he's not perfect, but he is learning. This time, after failing to stand up for Kurt when Karofsky ruthlessly bullies him, Finn dedicates a song to Kurt at their parents’ wedding. He assures Kurt that they have always been brothers and the wedding makes it official. He sings “Just The Way You Are” to Kurt and dances with him, showing that he wouldn't change a thing and he is always on his side.

Before we unveil our top pick, here are a few honorable mentions:

When the Club Gave Up Twerking for Unique

“The End of Twerk”


When Sue & Sam Supported Beiste’s Transition

“Jagged Little Tapestry”


When Mercedes Took Kurt to Church

“Grilled Cheesus”

When Quinn Talked To Mercedes About Body Image

“Home”


When Kurt Slushied Himself

“Mash-Up”

#1: When the Glee Girls Defended Santana


"I Kissed a Girl"

It’s touching to think that even when the glee club is separated into two glee clubs, they never fail to come together when one of their own is in need. Santana has been outed to the world, and she's getting a really hard time because of it. But when a boy harasses her at her locker, the glee girls from both clubs aren’t having any of it. They take a stand and come to her defense, shooing him away, and launching into a powerful performance - or more like a statement piece - of I Kissed A Girl. Finn even dedicates the week’s lesson to Santana to hammer the point home. Let it be known, no one messes with Santana.

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