Q and A seduction

Continuing on with requested films to getted pulled apart, dissected, and reshaped in humorous and sometimes poignant ways, this week’s film comes courtesy of ksbeth who demanded The Graduate.  But, you already knew that.

Do you have a movie you’d like me include in these Q and A sessions?  Or a theme?  Or a specific actor?  Let me know in the comments and I’ll see what I can put together for you.

(All previous Q and A iterations are here.)

As a reminder:  The Q’s are life situations you may find yourself in, and the A’s are the corresponding quotes from movies that you could considering using in those situations if you were mad like me.  But, I am a professional Jester, so take that into consideration before trying them on your own.

Q: When someone knocks on your door that you don’t know, what should you ask them?
A: “Are you here for an affair, sir?”
– Room Clerk (Buck Henry)

Q: When sitting in confessional, and you’ve just been asked to confess your sings, what should you ask in reply instead?
A: “Isn’t there something you want to tell me?”
– Mrs. Robinson (Anne Bancroft)

Q: What should you never, ever, ever ask your parents?  Seriously, don’t do it.
A: “Where did you do it?”
– Benjamin (Dustin Hoffman)

Q: What should you say to your signficant other when they ask what you’d like to do with the rest of your evening?
A: “I just want to say one word to you. Just one word.”
– Mr. McGuire (Walter Brooke)

Q: What should you say when someone asks about your plans for the future?
A: “It’s completely baked.”
– Benjamin (Dustin Hoffman)

Q: What should you say when you come home to find your signficant other in grungy clothes, watching soap operas and eating ice cream from the carton?
A: “Mrs. Robinson, you’re trying to seduce me.”
– Benjamin (Dustin Hoffman)

Q: What should you say when someone asks what you are thinking?
A: “Would you like me to seduce you?”
– Mrs. Robinson (Anne Bancroft)

Q: What should you reply when someone says “they don’t understand?”
A: “Do you ummm… do you want to tell me *why* you did it”
– Mr. Robinson (Murray Hamilton)

Q: What should you say to the most attractive of all your parent’s friends?
A: “I think, I think you’re the most attractive of all my parents’ friends.”
– Benjamin (Dustin Hoffman)

Q: What should you say when someone asks what you think you are doing?
A: “Well, I would say that I’m just drifting. Here in the pool.”
– Benjamin (Dustin Hoffman)

………

Raise your hand if you enjoyed this movie?  One, two, three, eleventy billion…  Okay, so we all agree it is a classic, but, really, did you really enjoy it?  You did?  Oh.  Okay then.  Well, here there be humor and seduction and fantastic acting and more than one kind of monster.  Thanks for playing along.

7 thoughts on “Q and A seduction

  1. I’ve never actually sat and watched the whole movie.
    (I don’t think i’m ready to see Art Garfunkel and Candace Bergen in an awkward romantic relationship…)

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