It's fall, so a new crop of TV pilots are beginning, and many of them center on female characters — many of which are young or on the prowl for husbands. But there's one show that continues to depict a slightly older, stronger, and certainly more interesting female character: "Glee." Sue Sylvester, the bossy, overly-confident cheerleading coach on the popular musical sitcom, is arguably one of the most unique and interesting characters to grace prime-time television in recent years. That's partially thanks to good script-writing, but mainly because of the talented actress who portrays Sylvester, Jane Lynch.
Lynch talks about her role on "Glee," her experience hosting the Emmy awards on Sunday, and her new memoir, "Happy Accidents."