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Marianne (Character)
from Easy A (2010)

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  1. Easy A (2010) Played by Amanda Bynes

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From Easy A (2010)
Olive Penderghast: [about the Cross Your Heart Club] Last year's cause celebre was the changing of the school mascot,
Principal Gibbons: [Cut to basketball game, last year] Give it up for your very own BLUE DEVILS!
[crowd screams]
Woodchuck Todd: WOOO! Blue Devils!
[does a flip and scores a basket]
Woodchuck Todd: Yeah! Wooo!
Marianne: [Cut to Marianne handing out pamphlets] How can we exhibit school pride when we're conveyed to others as Satan worshipers?
Olive Penderghast: Now, thankfully, we're the much less intimidating...
Principal Gibbons: [Cut to game, this year] Give it up for the woodchucks!
[Crowd is silent]
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