Finn's lack of direction following high school does not leave him in a good place.
However, she never takes his feelings in to account.
While Rachel's drive is commendable, she should have spent more time thinking about what Finn wanted.
Some things can be chalked up to their characters being young and immature, but some of these things make absolutely no sense at all.
One minute they will be running hot for each other, and the next be completely distant.
It was also their portrayal of high school students in a relatable manner which made fans continue to tune in.
Being able to depict real-life situations in a proper manner on television is important in getting fans to truly fall in love with a show.
For example, they may have started out season two in a relationship, but were broken up by episode nine.
Their on-again-off-again status puts them in the same company as ' Ross and Rachel, but their relationship has many more swings than misses It almost seems as though Rachel prefers the drama of constant break-ups, which is certainly possible given her personality for the theatrical.
Rachel considers Finn's future plans unacceptable and pushes very hard for him to go to college.
She has already mapped out her post-Mc Kinley life, and expects that he will follow her to New York.
While they both realize that they belonged together, this would become a common theme in their relationship.