- “Boys we can do this the easy way, or the hard way. I guess its the hard way...”
Reginald is the secondary antagonist and the comic-relief character of Night at the Museum, a minor character in Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb and a supporting character in Night at the Museum 4. He is the henchman and partner in-crime of Gus and one of Cecil Fredericks' two assistants.
He is funny, traitorous, silly, fun-loving, greedy, goofy, comical, fatherly, rude, anxious, clumsy, selfish, villainous, laid-back, naughty, maniacal, loyal (most of the time), power-hungry, evil (in secret), loving, and greatful.
- Reginald is similar to Gollum from Lord of the Rings:
- Both started out nice, funny and charming
- Both become friends with the male protagonists (Larry and Frodo)
- Both later betray the protagonists
- Both get defeated at the end of the film (Reginald and Gus get tied up, Gollum get hit by lava with his precious)