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Quiz about Who Played Me in Legally Blonde 2
Quiz about Who Played Me in Legally Blonde 2

Who Played Me in "Legally Blonde 2"? Quiz


In this quiz, I will describe a character from the film, "Legally Blonde 2: Red, White, and Blonde" and you tell me who played him or her. Good luck!

A multiple-choice quiz by CAGuy0206. Estimated time: 4 mins.
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Author
CAGuy0206
Time
4 mins
Type
Multiple Choice
Quiz #
330,969
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
10
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Average
Avg Score
6 / 10
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422
Question 1 of 10
1. I taught law school and met up with my fiancée in Washington, D.C. to help her pass Bruiser's Bill. Who played me? Hint


Question 2 of 10
2. I did not let getting fired bring me down in helping out my beloved chihuahua. Who played me? Hint


Question 3 of 10
3. My dog was attracted to Elle Woods' dog. Who played me? Hint


Question 4 of 10
4. I hired Elle to work for me in Washington, D.C. to help get her bill passed. Behind her back, I had different plans. Who played me? Hint


Question 5 of 10
5. I informed Elle that she could still get Bruiser's Bill passed if they were successful in getting signatures on a discharge petition. Who played me? Hint


Question 6 of 10
6. At the V.E.R.S.A.C.E. testing facility, I told Elle she could not go see Bruiser's mom. Who played me? Hint


Question 7 of 10
7. I offered to give free haircuts to members of the U.S. House of Representatives if they agreed to support Bruiser's Bill. Who played me? Hint


Question 8 of 10
8. I was the bell hop at the hotel where Elle stayed in Washington, D.C. Who played me? Hint


Question 9 of 10
9. I found out that Elle and I were in the same sorority, Delta Nu. Who played me? Hint


Question 10 of 10
10. I was Congresswoman Rudd's Chief of Staff. Who played me? Hint



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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. I taught law school and met up with my fiancée in Washington, D.C. to help her pass Bruiser's Bill. Who played me?

Answer: Luke Wilson

Wilson, born on September 21st, 1971 in Dallas, Texas reprised his role of Emmett Richmond for the sequel to "Legally Blonde". Emmett taught law school at Harvard and Elle called him in the middle of his class and told him she would marry him at Fenway Park.

In the next scene, Emmett consoled Elle when she was fired from her law firm after she proposed putting a ban on testing cosmetics on animals. Near the end of the film, Emmett saw Elle in Washington, D.C. and told her he was going to bring the wedding there so he could be with her.

At the end of the film, Emmett married Elle in a small ceremony. Wilson was in the films, "Old School", "Charlie's Angels" and "3:10 to Yuma".
2. I did not let getting fired bring me down in helping out my beloved chihuahua. Who played me?

Answer: Reese Witherspoon

Witherspoon, a native of New Orleans, Louisiana reprised her role of Elle Woods in the sequel to "Legally Blonde". Woods now worked at a law firm and proposed they put an end to animal testing after she found out her chihuahua's mom (Bruiser was her chihuahua) was at a testing facility.

When Elle was fired, she embarked on a mission to change the law herself in Washington, D.C. while working for U.S. Congresswoman Victoria Rudd. To get Bruiser's Bill passed, Elle got in touch with members of her college sorority to bring many animal lovers to Washington, D.C. to march for animal rights.

At the end of the movie, Elle gave a rousing speech during a joint session of Congress and this helped get Bruiser's Ball passed and signed into law. Once this happened, Bruiser's mom was released and she and Bruiser reunited. Witherspoon starred in the movies, "Fear", "Cruel Intentions" and "Just Like Heaven".

In 2006, Witherspoon won an Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role for the film, "Walk the Line." Other Oscar nominees for Best Actress in a Leading Role that year were Judi Dench for "Mrs.

Henderson Presents", Charlize Theron for "North Country", Keira Knightley for "Pride and Prejudice" and Felicity Huffman for "Transamerica".
3. My dog was attracted to Elle Woods' dog. Who played me?

Answer: Bruce McGill

McGill, born in 1950 in San Antonio, Texas landed the part of U.S. Congressman Stan Marks. Congressman Marks met Elle one day in a park in Washington, D.C. and they discussed politics and he agreed to help her get Bruiser's Bill passed since he loved animals, such as his dog named Leslie.

When Leslie and Bruiser went to a spa one day, they fell in love and the clerk phoned Stan and Elle to tell them their dogs were gay. In a meeting in the U.S. House of Representatives, Congressman Marks gave a speech about how he supported Bruiser's Bill and that he was proud of his gay dog.

He helped get a discharge petition put on file in the U.S. House of Representatives in order to send Bruiser's Bill to the House floor for a vote. McGill guest starred on the TV series, "Psych", "Numb3rs" and "Law & Order: Criminal Intent".
4. I hired Elle to work for me in Washington, D.C. to help get her bill passed. Behind her back, I had different plans. Who played me?

Answer: Sally Field

Field portrayed U.S. Congresswoman Victoria Rudd. Rudd represented a district of Massachusetts in the U.S. House of Representatives and told Elle to come work for her to get her animal rights legislation passed. In the middle of the film, Rudd met with someone about how she had second thoughts on her support of Bruiser's Bill. Rudd interrupted a House meeting one day and said that, due to fiscal issues, she could not support Bruiser's Bill anymore. Rudd told Elle that her Chief of Staff, Grace Rossiter, convinced her to support the home owners' incentive bill over Bruiser's Bill.

At the end of the film, it was revealed that Rudd signed the discharge petition on Bruiser's Bill to send it to the House floor for a vote. Field portrayed characters in the movies, "Steel Magnolias", ""Eye for an Eye" and "Soapdish".
5. I informed Elle that she could still get Bruiser's Bill passed if they were successful in getting signatures on a discharge petition. Who played me?

Answer: J Barton

Barton, a native of Cleveland, Ohio was cast as Timothy McGinn. Tim was on U.S. Congresswoman Rudd's staff at her Washington, D.C. office and did not like Elle at first but eventually changed his mind. On the day that it looked like Bruiser's Bill was not going to go anywhere, Tim and a bunch of others met Elle at the Lincoln Memorial and told her about the discharge petition. Tim said, if they could get 218 signatures on the petition, Bruiser's Bill would go straight to the House floor for a vote. Tim worked hard to get support from members of the U.S. House of Representatives to support Bruiser's Bill. Barton had guest starring stints on the TV shows, "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation", "Boston Public" and "Buffy the Vampire Slayer".
6. At the V.E.R.S.A.C.E. testing facility, I told Elle she could not go see Bruiser's mom. Who played me?

Answer: Octavia Spencer

Spencer, born on May 25th, 1972 in Montgomery, Alabama had the small role of the security guard at V.E.R.S.A.C.E. Elle found out that Bruiser's mom was at the V.E.R.S.A.C.E. facility and thought it was the store named Versace. The security guard told her she was at a place where they used animals to test cosmetic products. That was where Elle found out Bruiser's mom went through animal testing.

At one point, Bruiser leaped out of Elle's arms and Elle went up the stairs to get him and the security guard told her she could not go up there.

However, the security guard did not follow Elle fast enough to catch her. Spencer guest starred on the TV shows, "The Big Bang Theory", "Dollhouse" and "Ugly Betty".
7. I offered to give free haircuts to members of the U.S. House of Representatives if they agreed to support Bruiser's Bill. Who played me?

Answer: Jennifer Coolidge

Coolidge, born in 1961 in Boston, Massachusetts reprised her role of Paulette. Paulette comforted Elle after she was fired firm for advocating for animal rights and supported her idea to go to Washington, D.C. to ban animal testing. Paulette at first suggested Elle go to the headquarters of Cosmopolitan magazine but she immediately realized Washington, D.C. was the better place to fight for animal rights. Near the end of the movie, Elle told Tim she brought along her friends to get Bruiser's Bill passed and Paulette was one of the friends.

While in Washington, D.C. Paulette gave free haircuts to members of the U.S. House of Representatives if they supported Bruiser's Bill. Coolidge had roles in the movies, "American Pie", "As Virgins Fall" and "Lemony Snicket's a Series of Unfortunate Events".
8. I was the bell hop at the hotel where Elle stayed in Washington, D.C. Who played me?

Answer: Bob Newhart

Newhart had the small role of Sid Post. Sid was a bell hop at the hotel where Elle stayed there and they took a huge liking to one another. There were many times when Sid counseled Elle on how to get Bruiser's Bill passed and who she had to work hard on getting to support it.

In one scene, Sid named many members of the U.S. House of Representatives to Elle to test her on how well she knew their record on animal rights. In one scene, Sid said the line, "Fo' shizzle, my ezzelle" as Elle entered the hotel. Newhart guest starred on the TV series, "Desperate Housewives", "ER" and "Murphy Brown".
9. I found out that Elle and I were in the same sorority, Delta Nu. Who played me?

Answer: Dana Ivey

Ivey, born on August 12th, 1941 in Atlanta, Georgia was cast as Congresswoman Libby Hauser. Hauser represented a district in Texas and did not like it when Elle gave a speech about animal rights at a fuel efficiency hearing she headed. When Elle was done with her speech, Hauser told her to never interrupt any of her hearings ever again.

When Elle and Hauser ran into each other at a beauty salon, Elle noticed that Hauser had on a ring that only Delta Nu sorority members had. They discussed being in the sorority and even sang the sorority's song at the salon. Hauser told Elle she could count on her to support Bruiser's Bill. Congresswoman Hauser, along with Congressman Marks, brought the discharge petition to the U.S. House of Representatives and put it on file with both of their signatures.

After Elle gave her great speech at the end of the movie, she hugged Congresswoman Hauser. Ivey had parts in the films, "Rush Hour 3", "Simon Birch" and "Orange County".
10. I was Congresswoman Rudd's Chief of Staff. Who played me?

Answer: Regina King

King, a native of Los Angeles, portrayed Grace Rossiter. Grace was first seen when she told everyone at Rudd's Washington, D.C. office about the new employee, Elle Woods. Grace did not like Elle since she found her to be a ditz and even told her that Washington, D.C. politics was hard work and not as easy as Elle made it out to be.

When Congresswoman Rudd told Elle that Grace was a major factor in Bruiser's Bill almost being killed, she confronted Grace about it. Elle told Grace what Rudd told her and Grace responded that Congresswoman Rudd lied.

She notified Elle that Rudd was in make-up at that moment to prepare for an interview with Connie Chung. Elle confronted Rudd about lying to her and Grace saw that Rudd admitted the lie to Elle while a tape recorded their conversation (Rudd did not know about the tape at the time). Grace blackmailed Rudd into permitting Elle speak the next day during a joint session of Congress. Grace told Elle she wanted to help her since she wanted to do some good. King starred in the movies, "Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous", "Ray" and "A Cinderella Story".
Source: Author CAGuy0206

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