Is there a character on Glee 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 antics. To that end, we’ve compiled our top three most jaw-dropping Sue moments from “Blame It on the Alcohol.” Sure, they may be pure evil, but they're pretty fun to watch, too! Admit it.
3. Sue’s book choice is not exactly a beach read
The only help Sue gives people is the kind they don’t ask for. We’re guessing Schue will read through that book about alcoholism about as quickly as we read through The Scarlet Letter in 10th grade. (Translation: We imagine Schue will be looking for CliffsNotes any minute now.)
2. Sue recommends that the coach take the stairs
Sue’s given a reprieve when, after pushing the Aural Intensity coach down the stairs, he springs back up unharmed. So what does she do? Push him again, of course. But maybe she’s just trying to teach the youth of America about perseverance and never giving up?
1. Ruining Mr. Schuester’s life, one PA announcement at a time
Yet another cautionary tale about the horrors of drunk dialing. Sue is constantly searching for ways to ruin Schue’s life, so of course she had no qualms about playing back his suggestive voicemail for the whole school — and labeling him a “teen-vomit fetishist,” which we hope is not a real thing. Sometimes, Will just makes things too easy for Sue.
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