During Furt, Finn's mother marries Kurt Hummel's father, thus making them step-brothers.Finn is previously engaged to Rachel Berry before letting her go to New York City without him in Goodbye. Finn is the substitute director for the New Directions while Will Schuester was in Washington from Glease to Girls (and Boys) on Film, when Will returns to coach New Directions.The two were co-directors until the end of Feud, when Will found out that Finn kissed Emma, and with the encouragement from Marley, Finn left Mc Kinley to obtain a teaching degree at the University of Lima, but later he decided to help Will once again in Mc Kinley.Due to the death of his portrayer, he died during the fifth season, and The Quarterback was a tribute for him.In real life, Criss, 24, is just as comfortable with his sexuality as Blaine is... "I think it's more empowering to everybody, including myself, if I'm articulate about identifying myself as a straight male playing a gay character," the actor says in the Hollywood issue of magazine."Ultimately, that's more powerful for both communities."When Criss first got the role of Blaine, he admits that he wanted to deflect questions about his sexual orientation, giving reporters answers like, "It doesn't matter if I'm gay or straight." But he decided that it was better if he was just honest and straightforward.
He has also since become the director of the Dalton Academy Warblers.
Rachel's TV show is cancelled after a single episode, so she returns to Lima only to find out that her fathers are getting a divorce.
When she realises that Sue has stripped Mc Kinley of all arts, Rachel convinces the Lima Superintendent to reinstate the Glee Club.
Meanwhile, Will is now coaching former rival glee club Vocal Adrenaline, and Sam is the assistant coach of the Mc Kinley football team.
Kurt misses Blaine and decides to do his NYADA third-year project in Lima helping Rachel with New Directions, but discovers that Blaine has moved on and is dating David Karofsky.