He finds John intimidating and puts his jacket back on when they both begin to remove theirs at the same time. Brian is a bit of a goody-two-shoes and says that there isn't supposed to be any monkeying around when John gets up to remove the screw from the door, and reminds him that it's school property and not something to be toyed with.
He also worries about being caught going to John's locker, implying that he fears being disciplined.
Early on we see Brian has come to the detention prepared to study and work on various class assignments.
As his day progresses we view him desperately trying to seek the approval of the others.
He is incredulous when Bender reveals the marijuana, but later smokes it, though not before silently asking Andrew for permission to do so.
Andrew says no, but Brian gets up to do so anyway, marking his first disrespect of authority in the film.
His father picks him up wordlessly in their red car while still being upset with him. You see us as you want to see us, in the simplest terms, in the most convenient definitions.
Brian is first seen wearing a Chicago Bears knit hat, khaki pants, and a brown jacket. He often sits with his knees pulled to his chest or in other strange positions. But what we found out, is that each one of us is a brain, (Andrew) and an athlete, (Allison) and a basket case, (Claire) a princess, (John) and a criminal. Sincerely yours, The Breakfast Club." "Excuse me for being a virgin, I'm sorry." "Drugs.
Very few films stand the test of time and hold as much relevance today as they did back then as John Hughes 1985 cult classic “The Breakfast Club”.
The story of a group of 5 students from different social groups and backgrounds who are forced to spend their Saturday in detention.