Accepted (2006): Ask The Students

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The clip Ask The Students from Accepted (2006) with Justin Long, Lewis Black I'm... I'm just saying, I mea...
The clip Ask The Students from Accepted (2006) with Justin Long, Lewis Black I'm... I'm just saying, I mean, is that what college is? What were you expecting? A renaissance of the human spirit? American education is in the shitter. You know why? Because people forget the most important rule. College is a service industry. A service industry? As in "serve us," as opposed to the other way around. Look, you see all these kids out here? They all paid to come here. Right. They all paid for an experience. What kind of experience? The hell if I know. I'm not a goddamn mind reader. Well, maybe I should just ask them. Welcome to the conversation. What do I want to learn? Why are you asking me? Well, I'm asking you, Glen, because I have a hunch that no one's ever really asked you that before. Yeah? Well, I like pancakes and alfalfa sprouts and lemonade. Okay, you know what, let's appropriate the bulk of this man's tuition to learning more about the culinary arts. Huh? Food. All right. All right. Rory. What about you? Ever since nursery school, every single waking moment of every single day has been scheduled. So what do I want to do? Nothing. Cheap, zen, beautiful. I like it. Hands, what about you? Summer camp I made a paperweight and won Camp Nagachewy's coveted woodcarving award and next day, ran a 4.6 forty and it's been football ever since. Mmm. Woodcarving, sculpting. Good, something with your hands. Well, there may be something in there. You can think about that, and then get back to me. All right? Schrader, what about you? Well, B, I'm glad you asked, actually. 'Cause since we're going to prison, I'm gonna learn how to carve a shank out of my toothbrush. Okay, ha-ha. I'll tell you something, though. All our lives we've been told what to learn. Well, today the tide is gonna turn, my friend. Because today we're gonna ask the customer. What do I want to learn? What do I want to learn?