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'Glee' Star Jane Lynch Fills In For Rachel Maddow — VIDEO

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May 17, 2012 | 6:48am EDT

jane lynchSue Sylvester may have Sue's Corner on the Fox hit show Glee, but on May 16 Jane Lynch got her own moment in the reporting spotlight when she appeared on Rachel Maddow's MSNBC show — not as a guest, but as the actual news anchor. The Glee star filled in for Maddow during her nightly "Best New Thing In The World" segment, where she chose to speak about a memo from a Republican pollster advising the GOP to change its attitudes on gay rights.

Lynch claims that this shift could be quite the money-making opportunity for people. "Some strategists are going to have to make it their specialty to teach Republicans how to be pro-gay while still sounding angry," she quips. "That's a tall order, but the good news is, you can charge more money!"

So if you could use a little of Lynch's famous deadpan humor to make it through your day, check out her comical video segment below. And that's how Sue C's it.

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