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Thu 25 Mar, 2010
By Sam Bristowe

If I can’t tell who’s gay, how will I know who to judge

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As America prepares its self for the return of hit show Glee, scenes have been released about what to expect and here is a sneak peak into the new half of the season of the show that has been leaked to tickle our Glee-buds.

In this scene, we see the legend that is, Sue Sylvester, as she tackles the issue of ‘Sneaky Gays’ as she openly criticizes the gay community in her news segment ‘Sue’s Corner’

Sylevester, who is played by Jane Lynch, who is openly gay, is the villain in the hit show. Her aim is to destroy Glee club and get her funding back for her Cheerleading squad, the Cheerios.

As the first half of Season 1 comes to an end next Monday in the UK.

The US prepares itself for the new half to the season after they had a mid season break.

In the scene, Coach Sylvester openly talks about her struggle to tell who is gay in this day and age, branding them ‘sneaky gays.’ Saying “If I can’t tell who’s gay, how will I know who to judge.”

Glee is shown on E4 on Mondays at 9pm.


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