When it came to the Glee club, the New Directioners had a habit of dating each other. If Sam wasn't with Quinn, then he was with Mercedes or Rachel. No one could really keep up after season 3. However, do you ever think about what characters should have been put together? What if Mercedes had started dating Mike post-graduation? What if Artie and Quinn started dating after he helped her post-crash?
Glee — Tina: I don’t have a boyfriend, but I was dating
And here's what you missed on Glee Okay, not so much on Fox's smash hit, but in the lives of the theater kids it elevated to instant stardom with its premiere. Because, FYI, for those who haven't been paying attention the last half-decade, Quinn and Kitty traded their cheerleader uniforms for business attire, each actress taking charge of the trajectory of their career with ventures into directing and podcasting. Rachel Berry is now a mom and, no, not as a surrogate to Kurt and Blaine's baby as the finale foretold. Also, Tina and Artie truly aren't a couple, though real-life pals Jenna Ushkowitz and Kevin McHale both in separate, longterm relationships fielded that question enough to have the idea serve as a basis for their new podcast, Showmance.
Everyone's talking and drinking coffee and admiring their dress-up gear. Blaine and Brittany. Their friendship had begun in Season 4 and Season 5 as they were seniors with Artie Abrams preparing for graduation. Blaine this is Sam, they spy," Kurt grinned.
Blaine and Tina first meet at Rachel 's house party, though they have no on-screen interactions. Blame It on the Alcohol. Blaine watches Tina while she sings I Follow Rivers and is shown to be offended when she was being heckled by the audience. Later Blaine calls Sandy Ryerson a horrible person for leading the group of hecklers that upset Tina.