One of the highlights of Glee — besides the over the top sap, musical numbers, and teenager-ness — is how crass Sue Sylvester is. I still worship the “Yes, We Cane” line.
Anyway, on a very candid 30-min interview, Couric asks pretty much everything about Lynch, from her beginnings as an actress, on why Glee is such a big hit, and why people love Sue Sylvester. My favorite bit of the whole thing? Couric asking Lynch about people that can’t accept gay people. Lynch’s response?
There are some people who will never shift. And that’s OK. They’ll probably be dead soon.
Totally burst out laughing.
Interview below the break~
I've never seen Glee, but I loves me some Jane Lynch. Often the funniest part of whatever she's in.
I know, right? I love her on A Mighty Wind,
and is easily the best part on Talladega Nights.
If you like fake documentaries like A Mighty Wind, you should definitely check out Waiting for Guffman and Best in Show.