You just need to keep findng the places you belong and the people you belong with. And then you'll have an army to fight alongside of you until the world is finally brave enough to accept you for who you are.

Will: I hate to say it but I think as long as you keep being yourself, your life is probably going to be a constant string of 'don't belongs'.
Unique: I know. I should probably start getting used to it.
Will: No, no. You should never get used to it. All great changes come from people who refused to get used to what was accepted but wasn't right. Slavery, gay rights, New Coke.

Will: Wait, wait, so you're not firing us?
Sue: Not if you win a national championship, I'm not. However, if you do fail to win at nationals, I will fire you and you'll be forced to build creepy relationships with teenagers on your own time.

There comes a moment in every performer's life that defines him or her, sometimes for the rest of their career. This is our moment. We've struggled. We've endured. And now we must triumph.

Will: Brittany's at M.I.T. touring the campus because she's got an early acceptance.
Kitty: That can't be true.

And hey, why worry about carbs when we're all gonna die anyway?

Don't act like you're above these kids, Finn. Not that long ago you were one of them.

[to Finn] Boy meets girl. Boy loses girl. Boy mopes around and sits on his ass until his best man helps save the day. Thank you.

Will: If you were to write yourself a pamphlet, what would it be called?
Emma: 'So You're Freaking Out Because The Man You're Supposed to Marry Parades Back Into Town and You Don't Feel Like You Know Him Anymore.'

Emma: Will are you crazy?
Will: Crazy for you!

I have so much to thank you guys for. Not just for making every day of my life an absolute joy, but for giving me this chance to share that joy with others.

Will: I'll be taking a short sabbatical which means I'm leaving McKinley at the end of the week.
Tina: Wait, this is crazy.
Artie: Glee club is your life.

Glee Quotes

Rachel: I'm just scared. I haven't been this scared in my whole life. You know, when I was in high school and I had all these big Broadway dreams, I just got used to everyone laughing at me and I figured one day I would make it and I would show them that I'm not a joke anymore. And then I did and it all fell apart and I realized that there is a whole different kind of lauging that is way worse. So...I can't. I can't fail again.
Mercedes: Rachel, we're all going to fail again and again...the hardest part is just getting up, shaking it off, and getting on with it. Let me tell you this, when you sing? Nobody's laughing.

God as my witness, I will break her down.

Santana