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1. Volume 2 begins with the Bride on the way to her final destination - Bill's place. Since this is a flashforward, she's already taken down all of her other opponents; but which of the four is evidently still alive, if not feeling very well at this point?
O-Ren Ishii
Vernita Green
Elle Driver
2. Now it's back to the very beginning - the interrupted wedding rehearsal that gave birth to the Bride's quest for revenge. What sensational moniker did the media bestow upon the events of the day?
The El Paso, Texas Wedding Chapel Massacre
The Blood-Spattered Ceremony
No Wedding and Eight Funerals
Bloodbath at the House of Death
3. The cast at the wedding rehearsal includes one very famous actor - a Tarantino film veteran - hidden behind sunglasses and a black hat. Who is this thespian?
Tim Roth
Steve Buscemi
Samuel L. Jackson
Harvey Keitel
4. The Bride is surprised to discover Bill lurking outside the chapel. What does she tell her fiance about him?
He's her older brother
He's her father
He's her ex-husband
He's her analyst
5. But the cover-up doesn't end there. How does the Bride explain "her father"'/Bill's hitherto absence?
He was in Perth, mining for silver
He was in Alaska, hunting bear
He was in California, running for political office
He was "jetting around the world, killing human beings, and being paid vast sums of money"
6. The Bride's fiance, Tommy, lives very dangerously indeed when he asks Bill a favor. What did he want Bill to do?
Help him pick out the right tuxedo to wear
Perform the ceremony
Chip in to pay for the wedding
Give the Bride away
7. We return to the present. Having just slain O-Ren Ishii and Vernita Green, Budd (Michael Madsen) is the Bride's next target. Where does this former assassin currently make his living?
He's a fireman
He works as a bouncer at a strip club
He doesn't work, having killed just enough people for money to retire comfortably
He runs his own martial arts school
8. Budd overpowers the Bride fairly quickly; being in need of some cash, he decides to sell off her brand new Hattori Hanzo sword. Who is his intended buyer for the "greatest sword ever made by a man"?
Larry (his boss)
Elle Driver
Boss Matsumoto
9. Budd prepares to bury the Bride in a cemetery, of all places. What substance does he threaten to use on her if she doesn't go quietly underground?
Toxic waste
10. Not one to miss a chance at using an obscure pop culture reference, Quentin Tarantino borrows the name on the Bride's grave from the title of a cheesy old comedy. What's the name of that lucky film?
The Christine Jorgensen Story
Elvira Madigan
Sheila Levine is Dead and Living in New York
The Wicked Dreams of Paula Schultz
11. Out by the campfire in flashback land, Bill tells the Bride about a rare but particularly efficient technique to finish off your enemy - "the deadliest blow in martial arts". What is this move called?
The Weeping Willow
The Last Laugh
The Five-Point-Palm Exploding-Heart Technique
The MacGuffin
12. Speaking of pop culture references, this sure was a random one - what is the title of Bill's favorite soul song of the 1970s? (as he tells the Bride after she accidentally names it)
When Will I See You Again
She's Gone
Lady Marmalade
If You Don't Know Me by Now
13. Now that she believes the Bride to be dead, what "R" does Elle Driver declare herself to be feeling the most?
14. Elle finishes Budd off by sneaking a venomous little critter into his millions. What model of poisonous animal is this? (Remember, only with this creature is death a certainty)
Blue-ringed octopus
Deathstalker scorpion
Black Mamba snake
Marbled Cone snail
15. "I've always liked that word", Elle says, "but I so rarely have an opportunity to use it in a sentence". Which word received this recommendation?
16. At this point, the Bride's real name is finally revealed, in a rather unexpected classroom flashback. What is it?
Victoria Bride
Beatrix Kiddo
Connie McHugh Tarantino
Norma Jean Baker
17. The revelations continue - Pai Mei was the one who tore out Elle Driver's eye (the first one). Why'd he do it?
Elle told him she was a better warrior than he was
Pai Mei had decided that Elle would be more skilled as an assassin with only one eye
Elle had decided to quit her training
Elle called him a "miserable old fool"
18. But then Elle killed that "miserable old fool". How did she pull that one off?
She poisoned Pai Mei's fish heads
She gunned Pai Mei down
She stabbed Pai Mei in the back with his own sword
She challenged Pai Mei to a fight and won
19. The Bride next pays a visit to an old friend of Bill's, Esteban Vihaio (Michael Parks). What line of work was Esteban in before his illustrious retirement?
He ran the Deadly Viper Assassination Squad before Bill took over
He ran the orphanage where Bill was raised
He was a pimp in Acuna
He was one of Mexico's most famous film directors
20. The Bride finally reunites with Bill - and with her daughter, B.B. But rather than fight, Bill tells the Bride how B.B. learned about life and death from Emilio. Who was Emilio?
A local boy B.B. knew
B.B.'s pet goldfish
B.B.'s maternal grandfather
The subject of a bedtime story
21. The Bride and B.B. settle down to watch a movie before B.B. goes to bed. Which film was selected to lull B.B. into sleep?
Enter the Dragon
Pulp Fiction
Mortal Kombat
Shogun Assassin
22. As B.B. sleeps upstairs, Bill and the Bride begin their last conversation. Which comic book character does Bill use as a metaphor for the Bride's pre-coma experiences?
Howard the Duck
23. We're back into flashback. Who is the first person to find out about the Bride's pregnancy? (aside from the Bride herself, of course)
Elle Driver
Karen Kim
The Bride's mother
24. Bill's dead. The film ends on a title card - what bit of poetic language is transcribed on it?
"And like that, poof. He's gone."
"The lioness has rejoined her cub, and all is right in the jungle."
"Now we are free. I will see you again. But not yet. Not yet."
"There's more to life than a little money. And here we are, and it's a beautiful day."
25. The credits are long but reasonably entertaining. What scene from the movie is played right after every name has finally been listed?
The Bride attacking Elle Driver
The Bride bursting out of her grave and walking away
The Bride and Bill relaxing on a sunny beach together
The Bride tearing out the eye of some unfortunate Yakuza

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