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Susan D. "Sue" Snell is the deuteragonist of Stephen King's first horror novel Carrie and it's film adaptations.
She was one of the bullies led by Chris Hargensen who threw tampons at Carrie White when she was having her period, but she later felt remorse for it and had her boyfriend Tommy Ross take Carrie to the prom.
Why She Rocks
- She is one of the most important characters of the Carrie franchise.
- Even though she threw tampons at Carrie along with the other girls, she later felt great remorse for it and tried to make it up to her by making her boyfriend Tommy take Carrie to the prom to atone for her behavior.
- In the 1976 film, she was the only one who truly felt remorse and even told Chris to "shut up" for her outburst.
- She comforts Carrie in the novel where she finds Carrie dying from her powers and told her she never had anything to do with the prank at the prom and Carrie explored her mind and found out it was true.
- She was the sole survivor of the Black Prom, making her an iconic Final Girl.
- She made a good point to Miss Collins that you can't order someone not to take someone to the prom.
- She tried to stop Chris and Billy from humiliating Carrie with the pig blood when she saw the bucket and them underneath, but got dragged out by Miss Collins who thought she was there to ruin Carrie's moment.
- She is very famous for the jump scare in the ending of the 1976 film where in her dream, she visits Carrie's grave and places a banquet of flowers on the grave and suddenly, Carrie's hand rises up and grabs Sue's arm and she wakes up screaming.
- In the not-so-good sequel The Rage: Carrie 2, she became the guidance counselor and tried to help a teen named Rachel Lang when she discovers Rachel has telekinesis.
- In the 2002 and 2013 version, she had a much more active role, in the 2002 version where she actually befriends Carrie, revives her from drowning, and takes her to Florida to start a new life, and the 2013 version, she appears in more scenes than the 1976 film.
- In the 1976 film, Sue's big scenes were cut, especially the one where she and Tommy have sex, which made her role a bit bland.
- She was killed off in the climax of The Rage: Carrie 2, which viewers hated.
- She was very traumatized from the events of the Black Prom, and her nightmare indicated she was never going to be the same and went to a mental hospital for it.
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