Regina George[edit | edit source]

Regina George
General Information




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Formerly student at North Shore High School


The Queen Bee,

The Star



Mr. George,

Mrs. George, Kylie George


Aaron Samuels, Shane Oman


Cady Heron,

Gretchen Weiners, Karen Smith,


Janis Ian,

Damian, Cady Heron, Gretchen Weiners,

Series Information



Cheated on Aaron with Shane


A girl jock, no longer a member of the Plastics

First appearance:

Mean Girls (2004)

Last appearance:

Mean Girls (2004)

Portrayed By:

Rachel McAdams

Regina George is the most popular girl in the school, she is also the dominant leader of the clique "Plastics" Regina isn't as wealthy as her friend Gretchen Wieners, but is still considerably wealthy. Her home life seems great but her parents don't get along and are "separated but still living together".

Her mom seems to be going through a mid-life crisis and is always trying to be cool and a lot like Regina. The parents don't seem to be paying attention to their other daughter, who is seen watching girls flashing boys on tv and mimicking the act. Regina is wicked in every way, she is very witty and knows how to deceive people to the point of being a genius. She used to be friends with outcast Janis Ian, but in middle school made up a rumor about Janis being a lesbian. The rumor made Janis go homeschooled and she became a outcast and plotting her revenge on Regina, unjustifiably.

Towards the end of the movie Cady has continuously given Regina Kalteen bars that make you gain weight, but Cady told Regina that she'll lose weight when eating them. So Regina blames Cady for putting together a "Burn Book" that had severely hurtful and personal information about every girl in school, but Regina was the real maker of the book. Then after a all girl meeting in the gymnasium, where all of Regina's victims advocate for themselves [exposing Regina's scoundrelism and dirty work], Regina, mortified and upset, storms out and Cady runs after her.

They begin arguing and Regina backs into the road and gets run over by the school bus. People say Cady pushed her but that is false, Cady thinks everyone hates her but its made her as popular as Regina and she is voted Prom Queen. At the end Regina is on stage, in a huge embarrassing backbrace, as runnerup Prom Queen. Cady then breaks the crown into pieces and shares it with the runnerups and the croud. The plastics split up and go their seperate ways. Regina takes up aggressive sports to release all of her built up anger.

After the Plastics disband, Regina joins the Lacrosse team and channels all her anger into that sport.

Quotes[edit | edit source]

  • "Get in loser, we're going shopping."
  • "Boo, you whore."
  • "I gave him everything. I was half a virgin when I met him!"
  • "Gretchen, stop trying to make fetch happen. It's not going to happen."
  • "Oh my god, it's her dream come true. Diving into a big pile of girls!"
  • "Whatever, I'm getting cheese fries."
  • "Is butter a carb?"
  • "I can't go to Taco Bell. I'm on an all-carb diet. God, Karen, you're so STUPID!"

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Lindsay Lohan and Amanda Seyfried auditioned for Regina's role, but they lost and Lindsay played Cady, also, Amanda played Karen.
  • Ironically, Regina in Romanian language means queen.
  • Regina can be compared to Claire Standish from The Breakfast Club (1985):
    • Both are overly rich.
    • Both's rich status masks coming from a rich, but dysfunctional household:
      • Claire's parents are on the verge of divorce, and use her as a way to hitting back at each other.
      • Regina's parents are together, but not shagging.
    • Both are worshiped as the "queen" around their school.
      • Unlike Claire, this goes away for Regina, when her dirty work is exposed.
    • Both can be snobbish
      • Unlike Claire [who is kind and actually vulnerable], Regina is mean, brentish and snobbish, and seems to enjoy victimizing people who are "less than her".
      • Unlike Claire [who changes to not-so-snobbish-like-we-saw-her], Regina remains being mean, stuck-up, and egotistical.
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