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  • Ferris Bueller
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  • He is played by Matthew Broderick in the movie and by Charlie Schlatter in the series. In the beginning of the film, Bueller decided to skip school to fake sickness. He spends the day in downtown Chicago. He retrieved the Ferrari with his friends without getting caught by Mr. Rooney who kept looking for him and even breaking into his house. At the end of the film, he went back to bed before his parents came back to check on him.
  • The first scene finds Ferris, a clarinet master who never even had one lesson, lying in an antiseptic hospital room that he has decorated with assorted posters of famed clarinet prodigies. Ferris’ doctor and caretaker, Ed Rooney, informs Ferris that he will soon die of cancer and, alas, there is nothing more to be done. Ferris is heartbroken and calls in his mother and father to deliver his last goodbyes. After a touching exchange, Ferris realizes that spending your last day on Earth in a hospital bed is a crappy way to spend your last day on Earth. He decides to call up his best friend Cameron and girlfriend Sloane for an exciting and memorable day of teen hijinks, breakdancing, exploding cars, and hot babes.
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  • He is played by Matthew Broderick in the movie and by Charlie Schlatter in the series. In the beginning of the film, Bueller decided to skip school to fake sickness. He spends the day in downtown Chicago. He retrieved the Ferrari with his friends without getting caught by Mr. Rooney who kept looking for him and even breaking into his house. At the end of the film, he went back to bed before his parents came back to check on him.
  • The first scene finds Ferris, a clarinet master who never even had one lesson, lying in an antiseptic hospital room that he has decorated with assorted posters of famed clarinet prodigies. Ferris’ doctor and caretaker, Ed Rooney, informs Ferris that he will soon die of cancer and, alas, there is nothing more to be done. Ferris is heartbroken and calls in his mother and father to deliver his last goodbyes. After a touching exchange, Ferris realizes that spending your last day on Earth in a hospital bed is a crappy way to spend your last day on Earth. He decides to call up his best friend Cameron and girlfriend Sloane for an exciting and memorable day of teen hijinks, breakdancing, exploding cars, and hot babes. The terminally ill Ferris jacks a float in the Chicago Day parade and enraptures the people of Chicago with his brilliant clarinet renditions of The Beatles’ “Twist and Shout” as well as The Bloodhound Gang's “The Bad Touch,” accompanied by some groovy pop-lock-and-droppin’ from Sloane. Upon the end of the parade, he and Sloane are signed by infamous hip-hop producer Oscar Wilde to record an album with Jay-Z and Snoop Doggy Dog. Ferris tells Wilde that, as he is terminally ill, all recording and video production will have to take place that day. Ever the resourceful one Wilde films a groundbreaking hip-hop video with Sloane dancing on the hood of Cameron’s father’s Ferrari and Ferris, Jay-Z, Snoop, and Stephen Colbert rapping “Twist and Shout” over a hip-hop-happenin’ clarinet beat. The video becomes a hit and ascends to the top of the charts in less than three seconds, breaking world records worldwide in world record time. Sadly, Cameron’s dad catches the video and is upset that his car has been involved. The cruel man that he is, he beats Cameron up using only his bare hands and Ferris’ clarinet. Cameron retaliates by driving the Ferrari off the edge of the world while Sloane and Ferris watch, stupefied. Ferris is heartbroken at the loss of his best friend's soul, but Sloane engages him in a passionate make-out session and all is forgotten. At this point in the film, Ferris remembers that he is terminally ill with cancer. He dies. The American Film Institute ranked this 35 minute scene as #24 on their “100 Years…100 Deaths” list. Sloane, upset that she may have triggered his death with the aforementioned make-out session, bungee-jumps off the edge of the world as she believes life is not worth living without her snookums-bookums Ferris-poo. Realizing that three kids have just died and he is probably going to be held responsible, Cameron’s dad pole vaults off the edge of the world with Ferris’ now-bloodied clarinet. Several news crews gather at the edge of the world, seeking an interview with Ferris, but arrive to find him dead. Some hippies at the scene engage in a "Save Ferris" mission, but fail miserably when they realize that Ferris is already dead. This depresses the crews, as well as everyone watching the news, and all the citizens of the world jump off the edge of the world in memory of Ferris Bueller, the late clarinet prodigy. In conclusion, everybody dies. (But not everyone lives.)