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March To The 100th Episode: Get Your Dose Of Tough Love With Sue Sylvester

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Updated 03/15/2014 2:58pm
March To The 100th Episode: Get Your Dose Of Tough Love With Sue Sylvester
Media Courtesy of Huffington Post

Kay Ziegler

Staff Writer

@Kay_Drew

Jane Lynch – comedian, woman’s advocate, thespian, author, and game-show host. It seems she’s done it all. While her roles have ranged from Carol Brady in The Real Live Brady Bunch, to a nurse on 7th Heaven, to Calhoun in Wreck-It Ralph, she is notably known as Sue Sylvester on Glee. Who is Sue? The list is notoriously long. She’s a mother, sister, newscaster, newly appointed principal of McKinley High, and former head coach of the Cheerios cheerleading squad. High on the list of professions is antagonist to the New Directions. For five seasons, Sue fought to disband the Glee Club, although briefly she actually worked with Mr. Shue to help the New Directions win Nationals. She didn’t do that because of her love for the musical arts. The then-principal, Figgins, gave Sue this chance in exchange for the Cheerios – if the Glee Club won, then she would get her cheerleading group back from Roz Washington. But the win did not permanently secure the Glee Club’s future. In the most recent 99th episode of Glee, she is forced to disband the group because they did not win Nationals second year in a row. Sue is not just a cold-hearted, wise-cracking coach. She has a tender side, especially with Down syndrome children. Several people in her life have this disability. The list includes: her sister, her daughter, and her confidant, Becky Jackson. When she had to tell Will about the fate of the Glee Club, she actually looked heartbroken – as if she did not want to deliver this news.  Secretly, Sue cares about her students; she wants the best for them. She just doesn’t often show it. While she does not perform often on the show, Sue has had a few of her own featured songs. Here is but one memorable performance:
What is your favorite Sue moment on Glee? Sound off below!

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