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Coach Sue's killer quotes

When it comes to acerbic one-liners, coach Sue Sylvester - aka Glee's mean-minded head of the Cheerios - pretty much has a monopoly. Her unrelenting, unapologic and shockingly un-PC utterances have earned her the (somewhat dubious) accolade of being one of TV's biggest bitches, who can deliver a put-down quicker than you can say "jazz hands." Below, to celebrate the release of season 2 on DVD, we've selected some of the very best and most hilarious quotes that have ever come to pass Coach Sue's acid-laced lips.

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