Rachel was developed by Glee creators Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk and Ian Brennan.She is the glee club star of the fictional William Mc Kinley High School in Lima, Ohio, where the show is set. "The Quarterback"), the question on everyone’s mind remains: How did Finn Hudson die?While actors Chris Colfer and Jane Lynch have won awards for their roles on the show, Cory Monteith's beloved character Finn was the glue that held it together.I didn't get a nose job, and every single girl around me did. What's so great about Glee is that it shows you how that kind of stuff hurts, but it doesn't matter: You can still be who you want to be." Michele was nominated for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series in 2010, and for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy in 20 for her performance in the role.
The rest of the glee club presses Rachel to break off with Jesse, but he transfers to William Mc Kinley and joins New Directions, which defuses their concerns.But what we didn't learn was the 19-year-old quarterback died three weeks prior (before the shiny-happy, nothing-to-see-here two-part Beatles-based premiere).As a result, the episode was both heartbreaking – you had to be made of stone to not grab a tissue during real-life girlfriend Lea Michele’s tear-soaked rendition of "Make You Feel My Love" while playing on-screen love Rachel Berry – and frustrating. How somebody died is interesting and maybe morbid, but we say very early on in the episode, ' This is about a celebration of that character's life.' That might be weird for some people, but it felt really exploitative to do it any other way."There wasn't much celebrating going on in the episode, with the line between TV and reality blurred as one cast member/character after another sobbed onscreen.It lacked what every mourner seeks: closure."Everyone wants to talk about how he died, but who cares? Instead, viewers were left waiting for hints as to how Finn died.It's one moment in his whole life," said the character's step-brother Kurt (Colfer) in the opening scene, apparently speaking on behalf of creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk and setting up an hour-long waiting game where you thought they had to, at some point, reveal the cause. Back in August, Murphy himself explained the omission: "At one point, we were going to have his character die [of] an accidental drug overdose, but we decided [against that]. When no overt ones were dropped, it was time for us to grasp at straws – step-dad Burt (Mike O' Malley) breaking down and saying he wished he had hugged his step-son more, does that point to suicide? The most obvious reason to gloss over the "how" is because the show didn’t want to tarnish the character’s image (or further muddle Monteith's now-polarizing legacy).