Sue Me is the only song on the album that I like and it's fantastic! I love how it's one of those songs that manages to be everything at the same time: catchy, bitter, angry, melodramatic, weird, accessible, human, comical, awkward, relatable and fun. I can see how this might sound like a mess to a lot of people, but it comes across as controlled chaos to me, as all the pieces fit together nicely. It also has a ton of replay value, since I have somehow not gotten sick of it yet, despite getting played way too often throughout the past few months.