His plan is successful, but he and Mercedes ultimately have nothing in common, and split when she quits cheerleading and he returns to his bullying ways.
Puck begins dating Rachel Berry (Lea Michele), the glee club lead vocalist, after his mother urges him to find a Jewish girlfriend; Rachel is initially resistant, but agrees after Puck sings "Sweet Caroline" for her in front of the glee club.However, Rachel later breaks up with him after a brief romance.In the fourth episode of the third season, Puck and the adoptive mother of his child Shelby Corcoran kiss. Puck is introduced as a football player and bully at William Mc Kinley High School; he is frequently seen throwing fellow students into dumpsters, or tossing slushies in their faces. He is the best friend of Finn, the quarterback, and has a summer pool-cleaning business that leads to sexual encounters with his adult female clients.Despite that, he sleeps with fellow students, including in an on-again, off-again relationship with Santana Lopez (Naya Rivera), a cheerleader, which does not completely end forever until the middle of the second season.Series creator Ryan Murphy was surprised by the positive fan response to their pairing, which he described as "strange and bizarre", explaining that he had believed fans would prefer Rachel to be with Finn.
As a result of the response, Murphy planned to revisit their romance later in the season, though nothing much came of it.
Puck claims he will be help her to parent their child, but he cannot remain in a committed relationship with Quinn if she refuses to have sex with him; Quinn returns to her original plan of giving the baby to Terri, who is faking a pregnancy to hold on to Will.
Rachel begins to suspect that Puck is the father of Quinn's baby and tells Finn.
Noah "Puck" Puckerman is a fictional character from the Fox musical comedy-drama series Glee.
The character is portrayed by actor Mark Salling, and appeared in Glee from its pilot episode, first broadcast on May 19, 2009 to the series finale, broadcast on March 20, 2015.
In 2010, Salling was nominated for the Teen Choice Award for Choice TV: Breakout Star Male for his work as Puck, and in 2011 for the Choice TV: Scene Stealer Male category. He has also been portrayed as a preschooler by Matthew Lepper in the episode "The Substitute".