CHER: So, O.K., like the Haitians need to come to America but some people are all, “What about the sprain on our resources?” And it’s like, when I had this garden party for my father’s birthday and it’s all catered, you know, I said “R.S.V.P.” because it’s a sit down dinner. O.K.? People come that like, didn’t R.S.V.P.! And I’m buggin’. I have to haul ass to the kitchen, re-distribute the food and like squish in extra place-settings and people are on mismatched chairs and all. But by the end of the day it was like “the more, the merrier”. And so if the government could just get to the kitchen and re-arrange some things we could certainly party with Haitians. And in conclusion, may I remind you that it doesn’t say “R.S.V.P.” on the Statue of Liberty.
‘Clueless’ (Cher): “It doesn’t say “R.S.V.P.” on the Statue of Liberty”
CLUELESS by Amy Heckerling
Character: Cher is a "beautiful, rich and damn happy" high school student.
Age Range: Late Teens
Summary: Cher begins the 'pro' portion of her argument in debate class.
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