'Glee': Jane Lynch tries on Ann Coulter, David Bowie for size


Sue Sylvester (Jane Lynch) is mostly predictable. Aside from a soft spot for her sister and the rare random act of kindness, she's "Glee's" resident villain -- doing her best to thwart Mr. Schuester (Matthew Morrison) and the glee club at every turn.On Tuesday's (May 3) episode, the Fleetwood Mac-inspired "Rumours," Sue didn't have tons of screen-time, but she did leave an impression: First as a spot-on "Ziggy Stardust"-era David Bowie, complete in sparkly unitard and make-up. But just as soon as we got comfortable with Sue as the Starman, she morphed into right-wing talking head Ann Coulter -- complete with long bottle-blond hair and shoulder pads. Why Coulter?In February, Lynch told the New York Post that Coulter would never be invited to guest star on "Glee" because she's far too polarizing. "Oh, no, that would never happen," said Lynch. "She's not funny... but maybe Sue would be friends with her."So perhaps this was a...



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