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Finn (Cory Monteith) just can’t catch a break! Not only will his ex-girlfriend Rachel (Lea Michele) not be speaking to him at all once Glee returns with new episodes this November, but he’s about to get another enemy as well. And she’s not exactly the sort of lady you’d want to have working against you.

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Wetpaint Entertainment caught up with Jane Lynch (Sue) at the 2012 Media Access Awards in Beverly Hills on October 10, and Jane told us that Sue Sylvester is about to set her sights on making Finn’s life miserable. But what could have prompted this outpouring of Sue’s rage? And what else can we expect to see from everyone’s favorite villainous cheerleading coach — especially now that her baby daughter, Robyn, is such a big part of her life?

Do you want to talk about what dragged you out of bed this early in the morning?
Well, first of all I’m an early riser so I’m already on my seventh cup of coffee. But I would go anywhere for Lauren Potter [Becky] and I’m here to give her the award today. I love this organization and this award show because we are a big Hollywood community and we celebrate everybody and I’m really thrilled to shine the light on Lauren today. 

On Glee we got to meet the love of Sue’s life, her daughter Robyn, will she be in future episodes?
Yeah, I think so. Not yet, but I think she’s in one in a couple of episodes.

Will Robyn’s Down Syndrome be addressed more in-depth?
I bet it will be. Of course I know the scripts as soon as you do and so I would hope so.

Will we ever find out who the baby daddy is?
I think that’s going to happen too, I think that’s in their back pocket as well. I have no idea!

Where would you like to see Sue go this season, in what ways would you like to see her grow?
Let’s do something with this wonderful baby you know. I think that is in the offing we have kind of a moment with Finn where he says something really dumb[...] I think we’re going to learn more about this baby and my relationship.

Since Finn is taking over New Directions for Will (Matthew Morrison) for a while, what will their relationship be like? Is it going to be as contentious as Sue and Will’s relationship?
Yeah I’m going to have a big problem with him. You know he’s innocent, Finn, but he says something really stupid to me. One thing about Sue Sylvester is she never forgets. She’s your greatest advocate but she’s also your greatest enemy. Finn is in for it.

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