Jane Lynch's character on "Glee," Sue Sylvester, has delivered some of the best one-liners in comedy television.

Check out "Extra's" list of favorite quips from the "Cheerios" coach!

'Glee': Best One-Liners from Sue Sylvester

Sue Sylvester

’"I thought I smelled cookies wafting from the ovens of the little elves that live in your hair."

Sue Sylvester

“What’s that smell? It’s coffee. It’s usually masked by the smell of fear.”

Sue Sylvester

“So you like show tunes. It doesn’t mean you’re gay. It just means you’re awful.”

Sue Sylvester

“I’m gonna make it a habit to not stop and talk to students because this has been a colossal waste of my time.”

Sue Sylvester

“I might buy a small diaper for your chin, because it looks like a baby’s ass.”

Sue Sylvester

“I will no longer be carrying around photo ID. Know why? People should know who I am.”

Sue Sylvester

“You think this is hard? I’m passing a gallstone as we speak. That is hard!”

Sue Sylvester

“I’m going to ask you to smell your armpits. That’s the smell of failure, and it’s stinking up my office.”

Sue Sylvester

“I’m all about empowerment. I empower my Cheerios to live in a state of constant fear by creating an environment of irrational, random terror.”

Sue Sylvester

“I always thought the desire to procreate showed deep personal weakness.”

Sue Sylvester

“I don’t trust a man with curly hair. I can’t help picturing small birds laying sulfurous eggs in there, and I find it disgusting.”

Sue Sylvester

“Sometimes people ask me, ‘Sue, how come you’re so sensitive to minorities?” Well, I’ll tell you why. Because I know firsthand how hard it is to struggle as a minority in America today. I’m 1/16th Comanche Indian. In fact, I like minorities so much, I’m thinking of moving to California to become one."

Sue Sylvester

“I’m reasonably confident you will be adding revenge to the long list of things you’re no good at, right next to being married, running a high school glee club, and finding a hairstyle that doesn’t make you look like a lesbian. Love ya like a sister.”

Sue Sylvester

Sue Sylvester

“That was the most offensive thing I’ve seen in 20 years of teaching — and that includes an elementary school production of Hair.”

Catch the season finale of "Glee" tonight on FOX.

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