Sue Quote #696

Quote from Sue in The Graduate

Frankie: Okay, you know what, honey? I think once you get to your graduation, you'll see all your friends and you'll feel so much better. So let's just get up, okay? Come on, up, up, up, up, up, up, up.
Sue: Doesn't matter. No one will miss me. No one will care. Who will care?
Frankie: Well, I'll care. I just wanna see my little sunshine graduate from high school and then go to that awesome party that we have been planning for months. [groans] How do you work these damn buckles?
Sue: It's like I didn't even exist. It's like I walked on sand and didn't even leave any footprints. And not like the Jesus story that was fun.


 ‘The Graduate’ Quotes

Quote from Axl

Axl: Hello, summer! Goodbye, pants. I will see you in September.

Quote from Sue

Sue: Brad! Brad! The yearbooks are in!
Brad: I know, I know! Gimme, gimme, gimme.
Sue: Here! Three years of bad pictures, and it took me till senior year to finally make sure I got a good one. Ah! Yes! In her first decent picture in four years of high school, it's... Ana Hajarajanaan? Why is the name under my first good picture Ana Hajarajanaan?
Brad: Ugh.

Quote from Frankie

Frankie: [v.o.] So Sue sat there with two shoes on the wrong feet, no cords, no legacy. I'd honestly never seen her this low. But then, an amazing thing happened.
[The students pass a yearbook forward until it finally reaches Sue]
Frankie: [v.o.] Sue couldn't believe it. Every page was filled.
Girl #1: [v.o.] You're always running down the hall so happy. I swear, I never once saw you in a bad mood...
Girl #1: [v.o.] You made me feel so much better when I didn't make show choir and also when I didn't make drama club...
Boy: [v.o.] Sorry we didn't get to talk all that much, but your pep rally routine to "fame" was awesome. You guys rocked...
Girl #3: [v.o.] And I look up to you in so many ways. The way you tried everything, I wish I was that brave. I know you'll do amazing...
Girl #4: [v.o.] No matter what, you were so positive. You made me realize, I need to be that way, too, 'cause high school's over in a blink of an eye and here we are graduating...
[montage of Sue's high school moments to Mama Cass Elliot's "Make Your Own Kind of Music"]
Frankie: [v.o.] Really, what is a legacy? It's not the speaking at graduation or the awards or the cords or the plaques. It's the thousand moments every day where you touch people even when you didn't know you were.