Legally Blonde 2: Red, White and Blonde

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Legally Blonde 2: Red, White and Blonde, is the 2003 sequel to 2001's Legally Blonde. It was once again produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, starring Reese Witherspoon as Elle, as well as Luke Wilson, Sally Field, Regina King,Bruce McGill, and Bob Newhart.

In the UK, the film is titled Legally Blonde 2: Bigger, Bolder and Blonder

In Legally Blonde 2, Elle wants her Chihuahua to reunite with his mother. The lawyer then hires a detective for the task, but she is fired from her law firm when it is discovered that she wanted to find her dog's mom.

Elle has to leave Boston, where she had settled with her boyfriend, and move to Washington, DC, after a firm there hires her. She arrives in Washington with few personal belongings, with plans to marry her boyfriend at the Fenway Park, and with her dog.

At her new firm, she is met with skepticism and other elements such as work competition and a very negative environment. One of her new co-workers remarks that "Barbie has arrived at Capitol Hill", an obvious criticism of Elle's fashion sense. As with the first movie, Elle and her dog are mainly dressed in pink, a color that dominates their lives. After an abortive attempt to make herself feel better by having her co-workers write compliments about one another in a "snap cup" (all of them write criticisms about Elle), she starts to lose her faith in the people in Washington.

Elle discovers that her dog's mother is in a make-up testing laboratory, and she is upset because of this, so she decides to take it upon herself to have a "voice for those who can't speak", in other words, she wants to make animal testing against the law. She then tries to convince Congress to ban all animal testing, but she is met with deaf ears.

As the story moves along, Elle discovers that her dog is actually homosexual, and she and a senator who became her friend form the American Homosexual Dog Association. Elle discovers that the leading congresswoman at the House of Congress used to be a member of her alpha society in school, and they become friends. The congresswoman and the senator join Elle in her quest to make animal testing unlawful. She also discovers that the law firm boss is backstabbing her, with the orders of a character named Bob, who never actually has a physical appearance at the movie. She is prevented from voting against Elle's proposition by a co-worker who has a recording of an incriminating phone conversation that Elle's boss had with Bob.

Eventually, Elle gets enough signatures to have the law against animal testing passed. she returns to Boston and gets married, albeit not at the Fenway Park as she had planned.

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