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Glee: A History of...Violence?! - Featured

Forget about watching the fights over at the World Wrestling Federation.


Sounds like things could get pretty violent over at Glee.


And we're not talking about another slushie being thrown in poor Rachel Berry's face...


Jane Lynch, who plays butch cheerleading coach Sue Sylvester, tells us that she and Matthew Morrison, who stars as choir teacher Will Schuester, almost go fist-to-fist in an upcoming episode.


"We're always at each other's throats, but Will always stays sort of civilized," Lynch explains. "But I eventually get him to go to the other side. I push him so far that he becomes evil and he doesn't recognize himself anymore--and I love that!"


We don't want to tell you everything that happens, but Lynch says, "Will says some really choice things to me that really kind of knock me down--how I'm going to end up alone and bitter. He really has it with me and we almost come to blows."


As Glee fans already know, the series was recently picked up for another nine episodes in addition to the 13 that have already been shot. They'll start shooting the rest of the season in January, according to Lynch.


"We finished in July so it's been a long time since I've been in that tracksuit," Lynch laughs. "I can't wait to get back into it."


Source:

E!Online - Glee: A History of...Violence?!

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