"Pitch Perfect" was awesome! So awesome that producers decided to make two sequels. But you know what most people say, the first is always the best. Do you remember enough about when we first met the Bellas to correctly guess who said what in this quiz? Let's take a walk down memory lane in this Who Said It: Pitch Perfect quiz.
In the first movie, we met the uptight Aubrey, the scaredy-cat Chloe, the very very weird Lilly, the straight-forward Cynthia-Rose, the class act that is Fat Amy and, of course, the down-to-earth Beca. Each character had their distinct personality and there was never a dull moment in the movie. Do you remember enough about the characters to correctly guess what they would say? This is the ultimate "who said it" "Pitch Perfect" tribute that only true Bella fans (not Treblemakers or Tonehangers) will know and be able to pass. Are you one of those people? There's really only one way to find out.
Are you aca-excited? We know we are! Get ready to sing your way to an "A" on this "who said it" quiz! Maybe you can even join the Bellas afterward - but they only accept the best!
Who said this memorable line: "Leave it. It fuels my hate fire."
Fat Amy said this when Beca noticed a bit of leftover burrtio behind her ear. Just one of her many quotable zingers.
Who said this memorable line: "Yeah, it's like when my lady doctor told me not to have sex for six weeks, and I did it anyway."
[about Chloe's vocal cord nodes] Beca: Isn't that painful? Why would you keep performing? Chloe: Because I love to sing. Stacie: Yeah, it's like when my lady doctor told me not to have sex for six weeks, and I did it anyway.
Who said this memorable line: "This is hard for me to admit to you guys, but for the past two years, I have had a serious gambling problem."
This is Cynthia Rose's secret confession, which everyone expected to be about her being gay... but she does follow it up with a comment about her gambling problem all starting when she broke up with her girlfriend.
Who said this memorable line: "But if you think this is just some high school club where you can sing and dance your way through any social issue... Or confuse sexuality, you have come to the wrong place. There is none of that here. That's high school. This sh*t is real life. NOW. don't just bring it, sing it, and let's do this."
Tommy, the aca-audition emcee, was played by actor Christopher Mintz-Plasse and is best known for playing Fogell in the 2007 movie Superbad.
Who said this memorable line: "If you mean his testicles, then I do, John. I do. I really do."
Beca's father, Dr Mitchell
Gail: Whoo, that little peanut can sing! John: He really can. It sounds to me, though, Gail, like his boys haven't dropped yet, if you know what I mean. Gail: If you mean his testicles, then I do, John. I do. I really do.
Who said this memorable line: "Well, you are a misogynist at heart, so there's no way you would have bet on these girls to win."
Gail: I think we have just seen some a cappella history being made, John. John: And from an all-female group, Gail. I could never have called this one. Gail: Never. Well, you are a misogynist at heart, so there's no way you would have bet on these girls to win. John: Absolutely.
Who said this memorable line: "Nothing makes a woman feel more like a girl than a man who sings like a boy."
This line is from the opening scene at the ICCAs while the Treblemakers are performing "Don't Stop The Music" while the amazing a cappella commentators, Gail and John, played brilliantly by Elizabeth Banks and John Michael Higgins trade dry, imminently quotable lines.
Who said this memorable line: "A-ca-scuse me? Synchronized lady dancing to a Mariah Carey chart-topper is not lame!"
Chloe: So, are you interested? Beca: Sorry, it's just... it's pretty lame. Aubrey: A-ca-scuse me? Synchronized lady dancing to a Mariah Carey chart-topper is not lame! Chloe: We sing all over the world, and we compete in national championships! Beca: On purpose? Aubrey: We played the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre, you bitch!