Still Standing

Season 4 Episode 20

Still Graduating

Aired Monday 8:00 PM Mar 08, 2006 on CBS
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Still Graduating
When Brian graduates high school, he plans to move out and Bill and Judy plan to expand their bedroom into his. However, Brian gets the impression they've split and have become swingers.

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  • Leaving behind everything!

    College. Something that most people, like myself, have to come to grip with. Eventually we all grow up and have to start looking towards leaving behind your family and friends. In the episode Brian is starting to leave for college and his parents don't seem all that upset. When time goes on he later believes his parents to be swingers. This is because when his parents are getting the rooms looked at Brian heres mixed sounds. He thinks that they are swingers because what he hears, from his point of view, sound sexual. making it funny. But when the time comes to take everything from his room hiss parents find a picture. The drawing was of him his little sister Lauren and his parents. Seeing this makes his parents sad and realize that they miss him.

    This episode I find to be most related to people who have graduated and are looking towards college. It shows the difficulties that we go through at this moment.moreless
  • This show is really funny and I really like it, but you got it wrong! Still Graduating is not the last episode. Still Saying Goodbye is the last one.

    This show is really good. I enjoy watching it. It makes me anxious about my kids growing up. It gives me an insight on what I have to look forward to. I married my high school sweetheart to. Bill reminds me of my husband Bernard. They are both funny and they both have the beer gut lol and bo fot heri names start with a B. I hope my little girl grows up to be kinda like Lauren. She's really pretty and she has a nice singing voice. I'd have to say my fave character on there is Judy she's really really funny.moreless

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (1)

  • QUOTES (12)

    • Brian: I've got some big, big news. Of course, given what you already know about me, you won't really be surprised.
      Bill: And the closet door swings open.
      Judy: I love you, but I'm not walking in any parades.
      Lauren: You know, there's a boy in choir who's been asking about you.

    • Bill: This is what I wanted to show you: that Jacuzzi I put a downpayment on.
      Judy: Does it fit two?
      Bill: There's room for you, me, and enough extra room for my fantasy to come true.
      Judy: I'm not taking a bath with you and a pot of chili.

    • Bill: It's not like we're never going to see him again. He'll only be 20 minutes away, plus you know he'll come back to play with the dog.
      Judy: What dog?
      Bill: The dog I'm going to buy, Brian 2. Yeah, it'll be nice to have a Brian who can catch a ball when I throw it.

    • Bill: That speech Brian made: valedictorian? More like valedicborian.
      Tina: Or valedicsnorian.

    • Brian: So, what did you guys think?
      Judy: Well, to tell you the truth, it was kind of hard to concentrate. There was a woman next to you making fun of you with her hands.
      Brian: She was signing for the hearing impaired.

    • Lauren: I am counting the days until I can move away to college.
      Judy: How many are left?
      Lauren: (contemplating) Let's see, there's a hundred days in a year, so...
      Tina: I'm never going to get my own room.

    • Linda: Swappers? Brian, I find that unbelievable. Your mother, maybe. But your father? That's a rough key to pull out of a fishbowl.

    • Brian: (to Bill and Judy) I can't wait to move into the dorms. Sex, loud music, drinking games: I'm ready to leave all that behind.

    • Bill: Can we get one of those glass showers?
      Judy: Why? Do you want to watch me soap up?
      Bill: (hesitant) Yes.
      Judy: Okay.

    • Brian: Mom and dad are acting really weird.
      Linda: It's not an act.

    • Brian: I'm going to be sick.
      Linda: I've got a cure for ya. 700 pages of romance in a leper colony. It's called Take My Hand.

    • Brian: My parents are soulless perverts.

  • NOTES (1)


    • Weepy over his son's graduation, Fitz runs after him singing, "sunrise, sunset." The song of the same name, from the 1964 musical Fiddler on the Roof, is a commentary on how time passes so quickly.

    • Rebuffing an offer to go shopping from her mother, Lauren replies, "we've already discussed this. We're not the Gilmore girls." Gilmore Girls is a show about a mother and daughter who consider each other friends first.