Gail Abernathy-McKadden-Feinberg is a commentator for the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella.
Biography[edit | edit source]
Gail was formerly an a cappella singer herself, of the group The Minstrel Cycles. Along with John Smith, a fellow a cappella singer, she commentates for the ICCAs.
Over the course of the film, Gail commentates for the ICCAs, along with fellow commentator John Smith, though at times they make remarks that are inappropriate for television broadcast. Gail and John both favor The Treblemakers, but openly express their dislike for The Barden Bellas
Personality[edit | edit source]
Gail, a commentator for the ICCAs, tends to be rather open about ther thoughts, and doesn't think twice about what she says – a trait she shares with John. The comments she makes during a broadcast would more than likely get her fired in an actual TV show.
Relationships[edit | edit source]
John[edit | edit source]
John says "The bad boys of acapella have just gotten badder." and Gail says, "Whoo! That's right John, I might have to excuse myself and go freshen up the downtown." John replies, "Can I help?"
In the beginning scene of Pitch Perfect 2, Gail is seen telling John that “this one is going to stick” as she shows off her diamond ring to her newly-married husband with a surname of Feinberg. John then joking says “you save the Jew for last” and Gail laughs.
Quotes[edit | edit source]
|“||John: The bad boys of a cappella have just gotten badder.
Gail: Whoo! That's right, John, I'm gonna have to excuse myself to freshen up the downtown.
John: Can I help?
|“||Nothing makes a woman feel more like a girl than a man who sings like a boy.||”|