In a sketch for Funny Or Die, Evan Rachel Wood goes up against Kelly Marie Tran to play a #MeToo edition of Guess Who. Instead of random middle-aged characters, the duo plays with men accused of sexual misconduct.
“Is your person a man?” Wood asks. “Of course!” Tran responds. Some of the disgraced celebrities on the board include Harvey Weinstein, Mario Batali, Kevin Spacey, Terry Richardson, and Bill Cosby. “Did your person prey on men?” Wood follows up. “Not this time,” Tran says, which prompts Wood to flip Spacey’s picture down.
Actress Da’Vine Joy Randolph joins the pair midway through with some news: They’re playing an outdated version. “There are so many cases of sexual harassment that they update a new deck every 10 hours!” she announces. Once the game ends, the trio turns to the camera to reveal the true purpose of the satirical sketch, which is a PSA for Rise, a civil rights nonprofit that advocates for sexual assault survivors. “Unfortunately, sexual assault is not a game,” Wood says. “If you want to make a difference, put your money into something that matters,” Tran adds. You can donate to Rise, here.
Afterward, watch the full sketch, below.