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Quinn Fabray is a fictional character from the Fox musical comedy-drama series Glee. The character is portrayed by actress Dianna Agron , and has appeared in Glee since its pilot episode , first broadcast on May 19, She is the cheerleading captain at the fictional William McKinley High School in Lima, Ohio , as well as a member of the school's glee club. In the first episode, Quinn is introduced as an antagonistic queen bee stock character. She joins the school glee club to keep an eye on her boyfriend Finn Cory Monteith and becomes a spy for cheerleading coach Sue Sylvester Jane Lynch ; she remains part of the club after she is removed from the cheerleading team, the "Cheerios", due to her pregnancy.
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Even before the April 11th installment of "Glee" aired, there was controversy. And Lauren Potter, who plays Becky Jackson on the series, can't say she didn't see it coming. Nearly halfway into the episode -- which had a Newtown, CT victims advocacy group urging "Glee" fans not to watch at all -- the New Directions heard gunshots in the hallways and locked themselves in the choir room. The space that was last filled with Barry Manilow's "Copacabana" and the zig-ah-zig-ah's of the Spice Girls was dark, silent and filled with tears. Eventually, the McKinley High students were released and shortly thereafter, the audience learned that Sue Sylvester's favorite Cheerio and the ultimate sassy sidekick, Becky Jackson, was the one who brought the weapon to school.