Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
- There are a total of 20 general entries.
Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
|What does Dinky have that has a Kappa symbol on it?||Sydney White
A blonde doll. Dinky is seen holding her blonde doll that looks like herself. The doll is wearing a white sweater that has the Kappa symbol on it.
A Kappa, Sydney's friend. Demetria Rosemead 'Dinky' Hotchkiss is played by Crystal Hunt. She is a pledge for Kappa and one of Sydney's friends. She has a strong southern accent and is kind to everyone. When she finds out that she is rooming with Sydney, a Kappa legacy, she is extremely excited.
The Vortex. The cottage's name is mentioned when the Outcasts are being introduced. The Vortex is an old abandoned house on the outside edge of campus. Here, Sydney finds trustworthy friends, and decides that one of the Outcasts, Terrance, should run for president of student council. When Terrance gets thrown out of the competition, Sydney must go up against Rachel.
freshman. This is Sydney White's first time on campus! She pledges to join her mother's sorority, but doesn't get accepted by the president. She is new to everything around SAU and finds herself falling for a gorgeous guy, Tyler.
Sydney's bra. After Sydney has been in the house for a week or so, the Seven Outcasts stare at the bra that Sydney has left out to dry. 'Ladies man' says, "Dudes, that thing has touched boobs."
A social death. Rachel Witchburn highly dislikes Sydney. She says in the movie, "Sydney White must die a social death." Rachel Witchburn kicks Sydney out of the sorority, exposes her lie about her father's job, and Sydney has to move into an abandoned house. Rachel, however, doesn't know that Sydney is moving up on the 'hot or not' list, as well as on the social ladder. In the end, Sydney ends up replacing Rachel as SAU student president.
|What question does Sydney get wrong during pledging that gets her sprayed with a water gun?||Sydney White
What are the Kappa colors?. The pledges of Kappa are being questioned while doing jumping jacks. Sydney gets her question wrong and is sprayed by the sorority girls' water guns. Sydney answers white and green, while the correct answer is emerald and pearl.
|What is the first word in the name of Rachel's sorority?||Sydney White
Kappa. The sorority, Kappa Phi Nu, is the sorority that Sydney's mother attended. The movie shows the name several times, including on a large banner, and on a possession of Sydney's mother. The sorority is the 'most powerful' on campus, and consists of only a few very select 'preps'.
Magic Mirror. Rachel Witchburn daily checks the 'hot or not' list. She is always placed number one until Sydney White starts taking over. She also comments,"Still the fairest of them all" like the wicked queen in "Snow White".
|What does Rachel Witchburn do when she first finds out that Sydney is 21st on the hot list?||Sydney White
Pushes a guy into a pool. Rachel Witchburn is sitting out by the lake when she checks the school's 'hot or not' list. She freaks out and pushes a nearby guy into the lake. Then she states "This cannot be happening!"
Rachel. The other Kappas finally get the courage to confront her about all the mean things she's said or done to them. They vote as a group to kick her out of the Kappas.
People's Punisher. Gurkin is seen throughout the movie writing it on his computer. No one at the Vortex thinks anyone even reads it, and they tell him so. Then, Gurkin meets a girl who tells him the blog is popular, and even has a spoken word night devoted to it. At the end, Gurkin and the girl are going out.
Witchburn-Prince Greek Life Center. The Life Center is the main focus of Rachel's campaign, and is going to be a private gym/spa only for the members of the sororities and fraternities on campus. Rachel and Tyler's family donate all the funding for the Life Center. Apparently, this is a priority for the university if Rachel is reelected. The Vortex is going to have to be demolished to get the Life Center built, so Rachel has the building condemned as a fire hazard.
Gurkin of Honor. Gurkin invented the game for him and the rest of the dorks to play, though he says none of them are very good at it. He says this is a tribute to, among other games, "Halo", "Medal of Honor" and "Viva Pinata." Tyler Prince is the high scorer.
A church, to feed the poor. Tyler had to work here to fulfill a community service requirement after getting into trouble, but he still keeps coming back after fulfilling his requirement. They almost kiss in front of The Vortex at the end of the date, but Spanky falls out the window and interrupts.
Freedom to The Seventh Power. Gurkin comes up with the name and the poster, and Sydney embellishes it a little bit. At first Terrence is running for president on the ticket, but he isn't eligible, so Sydney runs instead.
Lenny. Dinky Hotchkiss is a Kappa, but is friendly, sweet, and likes Sydney. Lenny is a dork at the Vortex, who is a hypochondriac, and owns many different allergy medicines and hypo-allergenic brands of things. Dinky is always called away from Lenny by Rachel or one of the other Kappas, and looks very disappointed when she has to leave. At the end of the movie, they are working on the Vortex, and are finally together.
Apple. At the end of the movie, Rachel Witchburn pays a hacker to get in to Sydney's laptop. The computer is hacked and has its hard drive destroyed, making it a 'poisoned apple.' All of these computers are real, except the DeVaglio.
Construction workers. Sydney's mother died when she was young, so her father and his friends raised her. This doesn't help her when she tries to be a Kappa, due to the fact that she is a tomboy and doesn't have the best manners.