3. Maybe blondes really do have more fun. The scene that really had us laughing hysterically this week was when Sue reads through her “little” black book, which contains more names than a phone directory. That woman really gets around! And if she was getting advice on politics from her supposed ex-lover Dan Quayle, then we can see why her political career failed miserably. Lucky for Sue, one flame still burns brightly for her.
2. If Sue’s schemes don’t work in politics... where CAN they? At the end of Season 2, we were led to believe that Sue would soon be getting into politics. Well, so much for that, as this was apparently the one pursuit in which she couldn’t scheme and slander her way to the top. (Really?!) We still think Burt should watch his back.
1. All’s fair in love and coaching. Sue hasn’t exactly been subtle in the past about her contempt for Beiste, so we definitely weren’t shocked to see Sue swoop in and steal her football recruiter man. But it was especially tough having to see Cooter torn between the two coaches, even after Beiste confesses her love for him. But maybe Sue’s genuinely in love, too? (Please give us a moment while we scoff.)