Is there a character on Glee — or on any current show on television for that matter, save for perhaps our friend The Situation — who better embodies the phrase "love to hate" than Sue Sylvester? In any given episode, it can be tough to keep track of all her myriad antics, as each moment seems to be more sinister and ridiculous than the last. To that end, we have compiled our top three most jaw-dropping Sue moments from Episode 2.2,  “Britney/Brittany.” Sure, these moments may be pretty evil, but they're pretty fun to watch, too! Admit it.

3. Interrogates a naked Jacob
It was pretty gross to see the sweat marks that Jacob’s body left on Sue’s chair. (Anyone know the number for a good upholstery place?) Let’s be honest, if we were being questioned by Sue for anything at all, even if we were fully clothed, we’re pretty sure we’d be sweating too.

2. Becky is on Team Sue
It’s official: Sue now has her own little Dick Cheney, and her name is Becky. This episode saw Becky leaking information about glee to Sue, and then promising to perform a citizen’s arrest on its members. Uh, when did Becky become a character in a Martin Scorsese movie?

1. Threatens Will with litigation
Looks like Glee is about to turn into The Practice if Sue has anything to say about it. She pulls the alarm at the assembly, but blames the ensuing melee on New Directions (and, of course, Britney; hasn’t the poor singer suffered enough?). She tells Will he’ll be hearing from her lawyer (Gloria Allred!), and unleashes a lengthy historical anecdote of questionable veracity, which has become one of Sue’s new trademarks (between this week’s quip about Mayor Daley and last week’s one about Betsy Ross). And we see that Sue is wearing a neck brace, so her claims must be valid, right? Right.