Sue says in her journal she is "almost 30." It's hard to come up with a reason why Sue would lie to her journal, so perhaps it's true, though it doesn't really gel with other details later revealed about Sue's personal life, such as her rivalry with Olivia Newton John, nor the ages of her sister and mother.
Sue also reveals she ran for office twice. In season three, she will become politically involved again. Nice early seeds, and it makes sense for the character. But it does beg the question, what happened when Sue previously ran, and why did she stop being involved in politics?
Ken is pushed into proposing to Emma by Terri. Marriage is a huge life decision. Could one be so easily talked into it?
Check back tomorrow for another Glee season one review!