Glee became one of those shows that you miss. The show consistently produced musical numbers that become instant viral videos and Tuesday night's season premier did not disappoint.
Okay, the story line was a bit sophomoric and heavy on the high school broken heart melodrama, but the music was as good as last season. The real show stopper was Coach Sue Sylvester's (Jane Lynch) video rendition of Madonna's "Vogue". Sue Sylvester is out to undermine and ensure the failure of the Glee Club at every turn, because its existence channels funding away from her own cheer leading group, The Cheerios. Sue is deliciously and apologetically evil and I love her.
I've been a fan of openly lesbian Jane Lynch since I first saw her in the 2000 mockumentary "Best in Show" as the lesbian love interest/dog handler of trophy wife Jennifer Coolidge. She can also be seen as Charlie Sheen's shrink on "Two and a Half Men".
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