It took me a few episodes to get into it, but once I did, I fell in love with this show. The characters, the musical numbers and of course Jane Lynch as Sue Sylvester!
Every "Sue-ism" that comes out of her mouth is gold.
I'm all about empowerment. I empower my Cheerios to live in a state of constant fear by creating an environment of irrational, random terror.
You'll be adding revenge to the long list of things you're no good at -- right next to being married, running a high school glee club and finding a hairstyle that doesn't make you look like a lesbian.
We're dealing with children, they need to be terrified, it's like mothers milk to them - without it their bones won't grow properly.
Your delusions of persecution are a telltale sign of early stage paranoid schizophrenia.
That was the most offensive thing I've seen in 20 years of teaching, and that includes an elementary-school production of 'Hair.'
I don't trust a man with curly hair. I can't help, but picturing birds laying sulfurous eggs in there and I find it disgusting.
I'm about to projectile express myself all over your Hush Puppies.
You know Q, when I first laid eyes on you, I was reminded of a young Sue Sylvester, though you don't have my bone structure.
This year, I got myself a bit of an eye-lift. While they were there, I told them to tear out my tear ducts. Wasn't using them.
You just gotta love a villain who rocks an Adidas tracksuit and a megaphone.