I'm really pleasantly surprised about how the relationship between Quinn and Rachel has been handled so far, especially during this third season: it was, infact a perfect continuation of what had begun in the first season and then continued in the second, without rushing anything, but developing it episode by episode. To be a relationship born in a disastrous and messy show as Glee is, things were handled almost perfectly between them and I do not want to offend anyone when I say that their relationship is one of the few honest, wisely developed and always coherent relationships that we had in this series since season one. I don't want to add anything more at this: "They understand each other perfectly, in both their wonderful strengths and their ugly flaws, and that can be a very good thing, and a very bad thing. I like that Rachel forces Quinn to confront realities she's too scared to face, and that Quinn tells Rachel things she doesn't want to hear, but that ultimately impact her, for better or for worse. They're connected in so many real and human ways - their fears, their dreams, their self-perceptions, their insecurities... even if they weren't tangled up in each others' personal lives through boyfriends and Shelby, they're inextricably tied through the show's purposeful construction of them as foils who tick for the same things, but at different rhythms and with opposite attitudes." (x)
I hope the video will make justice to this woderful pairing that isn't for everyone easy to see and appreciate, but that has undeniably something special and unique to show.