Since the very beginning of “Glee,” Sue Sylvester has made a name for herself doing one thing above all others: Terrorizing members of the New Directions. She has been at times a bully, at times a tyrant, and very rarely supportive to anyone who comes into contact with her.
So is it time for her to get her comeuppance over everything that she has done? This at least seems to be a possible thread behind the upcoming episode entitled “The Rise and Fall of Sue Sylvester,” which is airing in the not-too-distant future. If you look at the attached photo of Jane Lynch, she appears sad. why? Maybe she realizes that her latest efforts to thwart the glee club have been in vain, or that some of her barbs have fallen on deaf ears. Maybe Michael Bolton does not want to be a part of her life.
Regardless of the reason, Sue is clearly sad. We don’t want to actually see her get completely crushed, whatever the popular opinion is out there on that subject. We definitely understand that she has done some terrible things, but we don’t think Sue is in her heart awful. She’s just insecure and representative at times of the obstacles that stand in your way. The idea ending for her in this story is her continuing to have power and conflict with the glee club, but at the same time enough peace so that both parties can exist.
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