After losing at Nationals, they eventually get back together.In most of Season Three, they do not experience many significant problems, besides getting to know each other better in order to get used to each other.
In Feud, it is revealed that it was just a false alarm and Rachel isn't pregnant.
Other than in flashbacks or deleted scenes, Sweet Dreams is the final on-screen appearance of Finn, due to Cory Monteith's passing.
The contestants are all about what's at stake past the show.
People's motivations for doing the show feel so disingenuous."As for how Un Real ends, the stars won't open up, but do say that their characters become ever more complex."You start to see how every person on this show (has) a dark and evil side and how they're in it for themselves, in ways you wouldn't expect," says Appleby.
It was taking a really hard look at popular culture and media in a way that I was so excited to attack," she says. In reality, there's another story that's much meaner than people understand," she says.
"It's not like our show is trying to take down reality television.Take Lifetime's Un Real (Mondays at 10 ET/PT), which delves into the disreputable goings-on behind the scenes of a reality dating show.The series stars Freddie Stroma as Adam, a British hunk looking for love on Everlasting, a Bachelor-style series produced by tyrannical Quinn (Constance Zimmer) and her workhorse problem-solver Rachel, played by Shiri Appleby."I started to watch the Bachelor as Quinn and break it down. I thought it was a bit more pure than it is now," she says.You start seeing the manipulation of the TV show," she says. "It feels so produced and manipulated at this point."The show wraps up the season in a surprising way".