Glee Spoilers: The Musical Past of Sue Sylvester

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Following a lengthy hiatus, Glee returns tomorrow night with the first of all-new episodes in November, all of which will offer viewers an intriguing development or two. For example:

Sue in Purple

Damian McGinty debuts tomorrow night as Rory, a foreign exchange student who admits: it isn't easy being green.

Then, on November 8, at least one character will lose her virginity.

Now, we can confirm another major storyline on tap for the following week: as first reported by TV Guide Magazine, the November 15 installment will take viewers into the past of Sue Sylvester and reveal the basis for her hatred of musical theater.

It turns out, producer Ian Brennan reveals, that Sue "at one point had Broadway dreams." But they were crushed as a 16-year old when a critic savaged her performance in Oklahoma!.

Look for actress Colby Minifie to take on the role of a young Sue and for fans to learn why this character now wants to "punish the world" as a result of her past, according to Jane Lynch.

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Haven't they already done this storyline with Bryan Ryan in season one?

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Sue wanting to be on Broadway is just a little to easy. Why can't she just hate Musical theatre b/c it's lame or b/c her mom (the incomparable Carol Burnett) always told her she had no talent

Glee Quotes

Rachel: This is what I wanted!
Sam: No, what you wanted was a second chance to get it right and Carmen just gave it to you. If you throw all that away you're going to be making the same mistake all over again

Finn: I seem to recall a rumor about a certain cheerleading coach at this school who once took horse estrogen and posed for Penthouse back in the day. So maybe I can just track that down and make a few copies and sell those to raise money for Regionals.
Sue: That's nothing but a rumor. But if that rumor were true, my Penthouse centerfold so groundbreaking that it completely redefined the term 'hirsute,' and gave birth unto these United States a pose so limber they named it the Regal American Not-So-Bald Spread Eagle, I promise you, my friend, you would never find it.