'Glee' Recap: Rachel Berry Gets Rid of Her Biggest Problem

Rachel Berry GleeRemember when Glee was all about high school kids and wholesome high school problems like losing your virginity or being the knocked up cheerleader? Then Rachel Berry had to go and move to New York City on us and thrust us into all her adult problems. And this week's Feuds episode was no different.

With Mr. Schue still mad at Finn for kissing his fiancee, the New Directions were performing mash-ups of songs from battling pop stars. And not to be outdone, the New York Glee kids were battling too: over some truly heavy stuff.


Remember Rachel's pregnancy?

Turns out her test was positive after all ... but she's not pregnant (sooooo called it!). It was just a scare (for all of us!).

One problem down. But you didn't think the writers were going to let her off that easy, did you? They had to fit the New Yorkers into the Feuds theme some how!

Cue a war between Rachel and Santana. After discovering a wad of cash and a beeper (what is this 1999?) in Brody's stuff, Santana still can't get over the feeling that Rachel's boyfriend is hiding something. And she's hell bound on finding out; even after Rachel and Kurt kick her out of their apartment for making Brody feel "uncomfortable."

Yeah, I'd feel uncomfortable too if my girlfriend was in danger of finding out I was a male prostitute ... and not a cater waiter like I told her.

So much for high school problems, huh?

The good news is Santana managed to catch Brody more or less in the act, and since Finn's on the outs with Mr. Schue, he was more than happy to hop a plane to New York and give the gigolo a talking to. He told Brody to hit the road, and punched him around a bit for good measure.

It looks like it's hasta la vista Brody.

So that makes what, two problems down for Rachel Berry? Maybe? Hopefully?

Brody had to go. He's lying to Rachel and since they're obviously having unprotected sex, he's putting her in danger too. He could have derailed all her dreams.

But what about Finn? He's out of a job at McKinley, and he's still thinking of Rachel as his "future wife." Is this what Rachel really needs? To fall right back into her old habits with Finn?

And what about Finn's needs!? Marley seemed to inspire him with her advice that he pursue a teaching career. Can he do that while he's busy being Rachel Berry's moral support?

Are you glad to see Brody go or are you dreading the return of Finchel?


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