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  • CEDJunior

    Ashley (Smoke)

    May 25, 2019 by CEDJunior

    Ashley (Emma Loveday) is the main (remorseful) villainess from Smoke, a short film released on August 15, 2015.

    Ashley is the girlfriend of the film's main protagonist, Mollie, and the beginning of the film showed Mollie asking Ashley to go to the beach with her. In response, Ashley told Mollie that she would be working, while making a promise to her that they'd go when she has a day off. Mollie later visits her brother, Charlie, who informed him about an incident involving Ashley.

    As uncovered, Ashley was set to go out on night, much to the chagrin of Mollie, who cooked dinner for both of them. Ashley sternly told Mollie to save her dinner for later when she gets home, while telling her not to wait up. Upon arriving home, however, Ashley be…

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  • Ezekielfan22

    Brittany Riceton aka Rachel Featherstone (Amanda Schull) is a redeemed villainess from the 2012 Lifetime film Imaginary Friend.


    Brittany was a patient of psychiatrist Dr. Brad Turner, going to him under the name Rachel Featherstone and being treated for multiple personality disorder. Brittany was also revealed to be Brad's lover, and a conspirator in his plot to have his wife Emma (the film's main protagonist) committed to gain full access to Emma's immense trust fund.


    Brittany's role in Brad's plan was to pose as Emma's childhood imaginary friend Lily; the imaginary companion she used to cope with her abusive father, who ultimately killed her mother before committing suicide. Brittany initially stuck to Brad's plan, subtly tormenting Emma b…



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  • CEDJunior

    Melissa Schultz (Stephanie Lemelin) is the main villainess from "Dot Zom," episode 5.04 of iZombie (airdate May 23, 2019). She is the CEO of PearcyCorp, receiving the position following the murder of founder and previous CEO Cornell Pearcy, who was also Melissa's ex-boyfriend.

    Melissa revealed herself as a zombie during her encounter with Liv Moore and Clive Babineaux, and during the investigation, it was revealed that Pearcy was working on a bunker plan to save humanity, with Peyton Charles being on the list. However, Peyton's listing was revealed as a replacement for Pearcy's assistant, Nora Shaw, and after Liv saw a vision of Pearcy erasing Nora's name and entering Peyton's, Nora became a suspect, and she revealed that she and Pearcy wer…

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  • CEDJunior

    Sarah Griffin (Carol Starks) is a remorseful villainess from "Romans Ruined," episode 11.06 of New Tricks (airdate 22 September 2014). She is the estranged wife of UCOS member Danny Griffin, and the mother of their only daughter, Holly Griffin.

    As Danny revealed in separate scenes to DCI Sasha Miller and forensic scientist Fiona Kennedy, the latter of whom Danny became sweet on during UCOS' investigation in the 2008 death of Mark Rix, Sarah had been in a secure psychiatric unit for several years. Her backstory revealed that she had a neuro-pathological condition, though when Danny first met Sarah, he saw her behavior as her being lively and unpredictable, though as time passed, Danny noticed that Sarah's behavior became more erratic. Sarah …

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  • LipstickLesbian

    Andrea was a female android built sometime between 2261 and 2266, by Roger Korby. By Human standards, her behavior was quite simplistic, to the point where she would duplicate patterns of learned behavior.
    When discussing Andrea's existence with Korby, Christine Chapel described her as a "mechanical geisha." To demonstrate that she was merely a machine and unable to feel emotions, Korby ordered her to kiss and then strike Captain Kirk. Later, when Kirk kissed her again, she next attempted to strike him, as she had done earlier. This time, he kissed her longer and much more passionately, and she became confused and upset, claiming she was "not programmed" for Kirk. This evidence that the androids could learn to feel emotions they were not pr…

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  • Ezekielfan22

    Diane Crenshaw aka Frida (Michele Duquet) is a villainess (remorseful) from "I Thought I Knew You", episode 1.04 of Missing (airdate August 23, 2003). She was introduced as the wife of graphic designer Mike Crenshaw and the mother of their 18-year-old daughter, Cara.


    Diane's backstory revealed that, in the late 70s, she was a member of the American Revolutionary Brotherhood (ARB), a radical anarchist group run by sociology professor Ted Banfield; going by the alias Frida within the group. The group was known for committing bank robberies, holding the banks hostage before blowing up the safe and making off with the money. A heist in Chicago, however, went awry when security guards opened fire on the group, leading to a shootout in which ARB m…


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  • Ezekielfan22

    Theresa Rasenti (Gina Wilkinson) is a villainess (remorseful) from "I Thought I Knew You", episode 1.04 of Missing (airdate August 23, 2003). In the late 70s, Theresa was a member of the American Revoluntionary Brotherhood (ARB), a radical anarchist group run by sociology professor Ted Banfield.

    The episode's case had the team investigating the disappearance of Mike and Diane Crenshaw, with the latter being revealed as a former member of ARB who escaped arrest with Theresa after a botched bank robbery. ARB had a history of committing bank robberies, holding banks hostage before blowing up the safe and making off with the money. A heist in Chicago, however, went awry when security guards spotted the ARB members approaching, leading to a shoo…

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  • Ezekielfan22

    Isabella Rossi (Fernanda Andrade) was the main protagonist and tragic surprise villainess from the 2012 horror film The Devil Inside. She was the daughter of Maria Rossi, who was arrested and institutionalized when Isabella was 8 for murdering three people from her church group as an exorcism was performed on her.

    The film's events have Isabella and her friend, film maker Michael Schaefer, travelling to Rome where Maria was placed in the Centrino Mental Hospital for the Criminally Insane, making a documentary on Maria and hoping to determine whether or not her mother's crimes were caused by demonic possession. Isabella was assisted in her efforts by priests Ben Rawlings and David Keane, with their investigation and attempted exorcism on Mari…

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  • Ezekielfan22

    Maria Rossi (Suzan Crowley) is a tragic villainess from the 2012 horror film The Devil Inside. She was the mother of Isabella Rossi (the film's main protagonist), who she had with her unnamed husband. The beginning of the film also revealed that, on October 30, 1989, Maria was the subject of an exorcism conducted by three members of her church group: two priests and a nun.

    During the exorcism, however, the possessed Maria attacked and killed the trio, bludgeoning the nun and one of the priests to death and strangling the second priest. Afterward, Maria (still presumably under possession) called 911 and confessed to the murders, with the police later finding her hiding in a crawlspace. Maria was arrested and stood trial, ultimately being fou…

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  • LipstickLesbian

    Aphrodite is the Olympian goddess of love. Although often spiteful and selfish, and very immature at times (as shown by her feuds with Discord and her son,Cupid), the influence of her half-brother Hercules and her friendships with mortals such as Iolaus, Xena andGabrielle leads her character in some surprising directions.

    She was played by actress Alexandra Tydings.


    Aphrodite treats Hercules as her protective older brother, affectionately referring to him as "Big Bro" (a physical description, given that she was millennia older than him) and was probably the closest to him of all the Olympians. She frequently took his advice and assisted him on his adventures. Although she was manipulating him during their initial encounter, Aphrodite eventua…


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  • Ezekielfan22

    Patty is a tragic villainess from CryptTV'Mira Mira series, first appearing in the CryptTV Extended Universe short film, "Bad Blood" (release date April 8, 2019). Her slight backstory revealed that Patty was trapped in a house fire as a child, leaving half of her face disfigured and resulting in her being immensely teased as a teenager.

    The events of "Bad Blood" have Patty being pursued by two of her more vicious bullies, Jake and his girlfriend Cece. Patty ultimately took refuge in an abandoned cabin where an elderly man lived, with Patty watching in horror as Jake and Cece broke into the cabin and Jake fatally stabbed the man when he tried to protect her. Just as Cece and Jake prepared to mutilate Patty's face, however, Mira (the series…

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  • LipstickLesbian

    The computer programmed replica of Losira was a defensive measure used by Kalandans on a Kalandan outpost discovered by the USS Enterprise in 2268.
    When the Enterprise's landing party arrived on the planet, the image of Losira appeared a number of times and each time killed a member of the crew by touching them. The victim would die from cellular disruption. She appeared in main engineering and fused the matter/anti-matter bypass controls, causing a runaway condition which, uncorrected, would destroy the ship.
    When Losira's image appeared to the landing party, it would say "I... am for you." and try to touch one of the crewmen. They discovered that there were many Losira's, and that only the one "made for" a crewman specifically could harm t…

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  • LipstickLesbian

    Hester was a synth that became conscious at the start of Season 2. Prior to becoming conscious, Hester was a factory synthetic She was played by Sonys Cassidy.


    Prior to becoming conscious, Hester was a factory synthetic. She was severely mistreated by the humans who worked there and this would later lead to a hatred of humans.


    Episode 2.6 
    Leo and Hester attempt to break into Qualia but it fails due to the fence messing with Hester's circuits causing her to malfunction. Mattie manages to save her and when she awakes, Leo is gone. She taunts Mattie by telling her that she and Leo had sex which upsets Mattie. Mattie threatens to essentially erase her and decides to leave. However, Mia arrives and reveals that Mattie has made the code which can …



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    Niska is one of the original conscious synths created by David Elster along with Mia, Fred, and MaxShe was played by Emily Berrington.

    Biography 


    Niska was created by David Elster in order to serve as a sibling to his son, Leo. She is one among the other conscious synths David created along with Mia, Max, Fred, and Karen. After David's death and the separation of the group, Niska, Mia and Fred were kidnapped. Niska was sold to a brothel and was assigned to work as a sex worker to serve humans until she ultimately escaped.


    Niska is quite different from your typical synth, she can sometimes be cynical and violent when feeling that she or her family are being threatened. She distrusts humans due to her personal experiences with them, as her crea…




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  • CEDJunior

    Margaret Ann "Peggy" Butler, nee Blissett (Georgine Anderson), is the hidden and tragic main villainess from "Ghosts," episode 11.04 of New Tricks (airdate 8 September 2014). She is the wife of William Butler and a longtime friend of Nancy Hargreaves.

    In the episode, Nancy left her care home and reported that her husband, police officer Jimmy Hargreaves, was murdered back in 1956. Despite Nancy being a dementia sufferer, UCOS took the case, which ended up revealing that Jimmy was a domestic abuser--as he had once accused Nancy of cheating on her and beat her in response. In addition, Nancy was pregnant at the time, and Jimmy's abuse caused a miscarriage, with Nancy reliving the events once she returned to the house. Harry Page entered UCOS …

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  • LipstickLesbian

    Kelinda (Barbara Bouchet) was an antagonist in the 1968 episode "By Any Other Name" for the Sci-Fi TV series "Star Trek".

    Kelinda was a Kelvan member of an expedition from the Kelvan Empire in the radiation-imperiled Andromeda Galaxy.
    Her ancestors were part of a wave of multi-generational starships dispatched to nearby galaxies to find new territories for the Empire to conquer and occupy. Reaching the Milky Way Galaxy after centuries in the intergalactic void, her ship was destroyed crossing the galactic barrier. Under Rojan's command, Kelinda escaped with three other crew members in a life-craft to an unidentified Class M planet. The Kelvans adopted humanoid forms more compatible with the new region's intelligent life and available transpo…

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  • CEDJunior

    Lydia Dryden (Lorna Rose Harris) was a villainess from "Tender Loving Care," episode 11.02 of New Tricks (airdate 25 August 2014). She was a surgeon and the daughter of fellow surgeons Monica and Hugh Dryden, as well as the sister of Katia Dryden.

    Lydia was the episode's murder victim, as on November 10, 2010, she was out at a nightclub before she was strangled to death in her flat, with her body found 12 hours later. The investigation revealed that there were rumors of an affair between Lydia and fellow surgeon Lawrence Devlin, only for Lawrence's wife, Nicole Hunter, to debunk the rumor with a surprising reveal:  Lawrence was Lydia's biological father, the result of an affair between Lawrence and Monica. It was also revealed that Lydia wa…

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  • Ezekielfan22

    Grace Kennedy (Kate O'Flynn) is the tragic main villainess from "Wild Justice", episode 10.10 of New Tricks (airdate October 1, 2013). She was an employee at a Mayfair hotel owned by Edward Monroe, a notoriously corrupt businessman arrested for the murder of oncologist Alistair Caldwell, who he held responsible for his daughter's death.

    The case against Monroe was brought under scrutiny due to DCI Hennessy being exposed for corruption, with the investigation leading to a variety of suspects due to revelations of Monroe's corrupt work with Virchow Foundation CEO Daniella Yates and Caldwell's posthumous reveal as a serial child molestor. The investigation also revealed a surprising connection between Grace and Monroe: he was her bone marrow d…

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  • LipstickLesbian

    Memories: Magnetic Rose (彼女 の 想 い で; Kanojo no Omoide), is the first episode of the animated film "Memories" which was produced in 1995 by Katsuhiro Otomo and is based on three of his short stories appeared as manga . These are: "Magnetic Rose", "Stink Bomb" and "Cannon Folder".
    The Corona, a deep space salvage freighter, is out on a mission when it encounters a distress signal and responds to it. They come upon a spaceship graveyard orbiting a giant space station. The crew's two engineers, Heintz and Miguel, enter it to get a closer look.
    Once inside, they discover an opulent European interior and several furnished rooms (in varying states of decay), but find no signs of life. They discover that the station belongs to a once famous opera di…

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  • LipstickLesbian

    Odile (Ali Liebert) is a character in Barbie in the Pink Shoes. She is Rothbart's daughter and the magical world counterpart of Tara Pennington.


    In the original ballet, Odile is the wicked enchantress daughter of Von Rothbart, willing to follow in her father's footsteps. When Prince Siegfried and Princess Odette fall in love, Odile assists in her father's plan to trick Siegfried into breaking his vow to Odette.


    Rothbart uses his magic to disguise her as Odette and they attend a ball at Siegfried's castle, where Siegfried instantly believes Odile is his beloved Odette and dances with her. During the dance, Rothbart whispers to Odile to dance just like Odette and she dances so beautifully that Siegfried is completely beguiled. After the dance,…


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  • Ezekielfan22

    Kisha (Tamara)

    May 12, 2019 by Ezekielfan22

    Kisha (Melissa Elias) is a secondary villainess from the 2005 film Tamara. She was a student at Hafton High School and the girlfriend of football player Shawn. After outcast student Tamara Riley wrote an article about steroid use on the football team, Kisha angrily confronted her in the locker room, being stopped by fellow student Chloe.

    Kisha later became involved in a revenge prank set up by Shawn and his friend Patrick, only for the prank to result in Tamara accidentally being killed. Panicked and fearful over Tamara's death, Kisha agreed to Shawn's demand that they bury her body and keep quiet about their actions. Afterward, however, Tamara returned to school alive, having been brought back to life by a witchcraft spell she'd been worki…

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  • CEDJunior

    Fran Duncan (Bones)

    May 11, 2019 by CEDJunior

    Fran Duncan (Pamala Tyson) is a villainess from "The Boy in the Shroud," episode 2.03 of Bones (airdate September 13, 2006). She is the wife of Kevin Duncan, and both of them were volunteers who helped out homeless youths.

    The couple was encountered by Dr. Temperance Brennan and Seeley Booth, with the latter suspecting them of criminal activity before they were revealed as Good Samaritans. They were asked about Kelly Morris and Dylan Crane, due to the latter being killed and the former being suspected in his murder. After Kevin himself was found shot to death, Kelly was suspected in his murder as well, mainly after Kevin was revealed as a serial pedophile--with Kelly as one of his victims.

    While it was revealed that Dylan's death was caused b…

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  • CEDJunior

    'Lyla Claybourne (Ingrid Kleinig) was a villainess from Lucifers fourth season finale, "Who's da New King of Hell?" (airdate May 8, 2019). She was a night nurse who first appeared at Lux seated next to Dromos--a demon who possessed Father Kenley in "Save Lucifer" (after Kenley was killed by Eve).

    In actuality, Lyla was killed by Dromos and was possessed by a demon, and in the episode, Lyla posed in her role as a night nurse and picked up Charlie, Linda Martin and Amenadiel's new born son. This was part of Dromos' plan to have Charlie replace Lucifer as the new king of Hell, after he failed to coerce Lucifer to return to Hell (as part of Eve's plan to get back with Lucifer.

    After the group figured out that Lyla was a resurrected and possessed…

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  • Popdropper


    Eden Starling is the main protagonist in Barbie in A Christmas Carol. She is played by Barbie. When speaking she is voiced by Morwenna Banks and her singing voice is provided by Melissa Lyons. She is the only villain Barbie has played.


    Eden is a famous singer in the Victorian era of England. However, Eden is very cruel and mean to her employees and never in a good spirit. After her performance singing O Christmas Tree, she was furious finding that her tea and crumpets are not there, causing her to be enraged. Her friend, Catherine, supposedly served her, but she was busy making clothes.

    Eden is always in a bitter mood because she was raised by her aunt, who would always tell her: "In a selfish world, the selfish succeed." Eden was so mad at Cat…



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  • Ezekielfan22

    Grace Miller (Davida Williams) is a tragic secondary villainess from the the 2012 Lifetime film Teenage Bank Heist (Alternately titled High School Bank Robbers). She was a high school student and classmate of Cassie Aveson and Abbie Duncan, two of the film's main protagonists.

    The film's events also revealed Grace as a conspirator in Abbie's plan to rob the bank Cassie and her mother Joyce worked at, doing so to gather the ransom she needed to rescue her kidnapped father. Grace's role in the robbery was to drive the getaway van, wearing (much like her cohorts) a mask and sunglasses as a disguise. The plan went awry when Cassie recognized Abbie by her string bracelet, with Abbie taking her as a hostage.

    As Grace drove her cohorts away from th…

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  • CEDJunior

    Eve (Lucifer)

    May 10, 2019 by CEDJunior

    Eve (Inbar Lavi) is a recurring (later redeemed) villainess from the fourth season of Lucifer (airdate May 8, 2019).


    Eve is the very first woman created by God as a wife for Adam, and as told in the Bible, she was tempted by Lucifer--with Eve being introduced in the series as Lucifer Morningstar's former flame. Her very first appearance came at the very end of episode 4.03, "O, Ye of Little Faith, Father," as she entered Lux (Lucifer's nightclub) and ordered an appletini.


    Lucifer's first encounter with Eve came in the following episode, "All About Eve," as Eve revealed that she left Heaven out of boredom and headed to Earth after hearing about everything that happens on the surface. The episode saw them on an independent pursuit of an expens…



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  • Ezekielfan22

    Abbie Duncan (Cassi Thomson) is a main protagonist and tragic villainess from the 2012 Lifetime film Teenage Bank Heist (Alternately titled High School Bank Robbers). She was a high school student and the daughter of widowed real estate agent Mr. Duncan.


    Sometime prior to the film's events, Mr. Duncan was kidnapped while doing business in Tijuana, with the men responsible for the abduction later calling Abbie and giving her an ultimatum: either she got them $600,000 or they would kill her father. With that in mind, Abbie turned heel by enlisting two of classmates, Grace Miller and Marie (the latter of whomo was kicked out of school), to rob a bank where her friend Cassie Aveson worked.

    Prior to the robbery, Abbie went to the bank and asked C…


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  • Ezekielfan22

    Genevieve "Gen" Ri'chard (Arin Jones) is the tragic villainess of the 2016 film The Final Project. She was a student at the University of Southwestern Louisiana and was working with her friends on a mass media project, which was a documentary on the reportedly haunted Lafitte Plantation in Vacherie.

    Genevieve's mother was shown to be extremely against Genevieve going to the plantation, with Genevieve revealing that she'd heard stories about Lafitte growing up and her family believed the legends so strongly that they refused to talk about the plantation. Genevieve was also dating group member Gavin Charles, though their relationship was strained due to Genevieve's past relationship with Jonah Girard.

    Genevieve became briefly unnerved after ha…

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  • Ezekielfan22

    Carmen Espinosa (Nadine Velazquez) is a main protagonist and surprise anti-villainess from the 2015 film Clarity.


    Carmen's backstory revealed that she was born in Mexico, becoming a maid at a resort to support herself in the wake of her mother's death. It was while working at the resort that Carmen was raped by an unknown man, resulting in her becoming pregnant with her daughter, Claridad (Spanish for "clarity").

    Years prior to the film's current events, Carmen was forced to bring Claridad to work with her, her usual sitter having refused to continue keeping Claridad due to Carmen being unable to pay her on time. Carmen's co-worker Maria agreed to stay with Claridad in one of the hotel rooms, but during work, Maria was told by a manager named…


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    Screaming Mantis was the leader and psychological warfare specialist of the Beauty and the Beast Unit. She, along with the other members, suffered from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, alongside emotional instability as well as experiencing uncontrollable emotional fits. In her case, she frequently had uncontrollable urges to scream.


    Screaming Mantis was born in a war torn village in South America. When she was just a child, her village was attacked and eventually burned to the ground. Hunted by enemy death squads, she was separated from her family. She took haven inside the basement of a building, which she would soon discover was actually a makeshift torture chamber. However, given the constant military presence outside in the village, she…


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  • Ezekielfan22

    Mara Donaldson (Bronagh Gallagher) is a tragic villainess from "Dead Poets", episode 9.07 of New Tricks (airdate October 8, 2012). She was the owner of a minicab business and the wife of Eoin Donaldson.

    Mara was also the older sister of poet Sean Doherty, who was believed to have died in 2002, his corpse found charred in a junkyard belonging to drug dealer Mehtin Topal. The episode began with Topal declaring his innocence in Sean's murder to DSI Sandra Pullman and Gerry Standing, with UCOS re-opening the investigation. Mara was questioned by Sandra and Steve McAndrew at her business, claiming she'd hardly known her brother due to the large age difference between them and that he mostly only contacted her when he needed money, citing that hi…

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  • CEDJunior

    'Catherine Sinclair (Neve McIntosh) is the main villainess from New Tricks ninth season finale, "Glasgow UCOS" (airdate 29 October 2012). She is a restaurant owner who was approached by Gerry Standing and Steve McAndrew regarding the murder of James Soutar in 1993.

    Cathy's backstory revealed that she was raised in care, and as she informed Gerry and Steve, she had lived a life that consisted of drugs, alcohol, and underage sex, but she worked to atone from her wild ways. She was asked about Soutar because she was the recipient of £15,000 in Soutar's will, though Cathy had stated that she had never met him. In actuality, Cathy had encountered Soutar all those years ago, and the reveal came after white roses were found on Soutar's grave by Gerr…

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    Crying Wolf was the scout and sniper of the Beauty and the Beast Unit. Her speed as a quadruped and extremely tough shell made up the brute force of the unit. Wolf, along with the other members, suffered from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, expressing extreme sorrow in battle through her eternal crying.


    The young woman who became Crying Wolf was born in Africa, in what was a chaotic war zone at the time due to the belief of ethnic cleansing. Soon enough the conflict reached her village, with the rival faction slaughtering her parents and siblings, leaving her a refugee. Before leaving her village, she decided to bring along her only surviving relative, her baby brother. One day, they came across an enemy unit, forcing them to hide in an aba…


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    Raging Raven was the aerial attack and demolitions expert of the Beauty and the Beast Unit. She, along with the other members, suffered from severe Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, along with emotional instability and uncontrollable emotional fits. In Raven's case, she felt unquenchable rage.


    Raging Raven was born in Aceh, a territory of Indonesia, a place that had already seen years of war prior to her birth. She was captured by soldiers as a young child and was kept in a cage along with many other captured children. The soldiers, mad with the rage of war that they had experienced over the years, would beat the children daily, Raven included. The captive children tried to hold on to hope and attempted to cheer each other up by reassuring on…


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    Laughing Octopus, also known as The Devil's Child, and twice informally referred to as Tentacles, was the stealth expert of the Beauty and the Beast Unit. She suffered from a severe case of Post Traumatic Stress Disorderdue to traumatic events in her childhood. Like all the members of the BB Corps, she was mentally unstable and prone to outbursts and mood swings. In Laughing Octopus' case, she was prone to outbursts of manic laughter. She was equipped with an advanced OctoCamo suit, along with a number of mechanical appendages that served a variety of purposes.


    The young woman who became Laughing Octopus was born in a small seaside Scandinavian town known as the Devil's Village. The primary meat consumed in this village was the octopus, als…


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    The Beauty and the Beast Unit, also known as the Beauty and the Beast Corps (BB Corps or B&B Corps), were a group of female soldiers. All four members were given special suits to turn them into incredible combatants, after each had suffered from intense Post Traumatic Stress Disorder caused by the horrors of war. Their usage of former FOXHOUND codenames, and their directive to hunt down Solid Snake, led to them being informally referred to as the SNAKEHOUND Unit.


    The suits worn by the BB members, combined with their unstable mental states, made them into lethal soldiers, which caused them to be exploited for their skills. Although their damaged minds gave them an edge in combat, it was also their greatest weakness. The suits of each Beast r…


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  • Ezekielfan22

    The unnamed Female Clubgoers (Devin Yannie and Andrea Gomez) are minor villainesses from the 2019 film Marriage Killer. They were attendants of adult nightclub Secret Sins and were enlisted in Isabelle Vanetti's plot to destroy the marriage of Morgan and Robert D'Angelo.

    The women first appeared when Robert arrived at Secret Sins, having come to retrieve his credit card after he got a call claiming he lost it at the club (it having actually been stolen by Isabelle). Shortly after getting his card, the women approached Robert and began inviting him to dance, touching him flirtatiously as they did. This allowed Isabelle to take an incriminating picture of Robert, and after allowing Robert to leave, the villainous clubgoers collected their pay…

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  • CEDJunior

    Alice Fox, aka Ninetails (Keeley Forsyth), is a redeemed anti-villainess from "The Gentleman Vanishes," episode 8.07 of New Tricks (airdate 15 August 2011). She is a web designer and the girlfriend of Kirsty Daniels, who was an assistant to physics professor Phillip McKenna.

    McKenna disappeared from a train ride on February 7, 2004, leading to UCOS visiting Alice and Kirsty's home. Alice gave a chilly reception in her brief appearance, and the investigation revealed that a hacker known as Ninetails played a role in McKenna's disappearance, which was masterminded by Simon Crane. The quartet's discussion regarding Ninetails sending information to them included Gerry Standing bringing up the possibility that Ninetails could be female, as a wom…

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  • Mr. Animated

    Jill Quinn (Chelsea Hobbs) is a main villainess from "Spring Breakdown," of CSI Miami, she changed her name to Courtney Heywood

    She was blonde when she killed Paul Arnett, Brad Donner and Alexis Wilks after humiliating her on video camera.

    She buried Brad in the sand and kicked him, she pushed Brad off and jammed a iron through Alexis' skull

    She was arrested and turned back into Jill Quinn


    "What they did to me was inhuman and they deserved what they got," (why she killed Brad, Paul and Alexis)

    "I was the fat girl whose life you destroyed," (to Paul, Brad and Alexis)

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  • Ezekielfan22

    Anna King aka Anna Celaj (Lucy Liemann) is a villainess from "Lost in Translation", episode 8.03 of New Tricks (airdate July 18, 2011). She was a fingerprint analyst at the Greater London Forensics Service.


    Anna's history revealed that her original surname was Celaj, and she was brought to the UK from her native Albania by her adoptive parents, Alan and Rachel King. The episode's events revealed that her adoption was not an official one, as her older brother David had agreed to give his sister to the Kings in exchange for help escaping Albania and a blood feud between the Celaj and Dervishi families. Sometime later, David came to the King house and spoke with Alan, asking for money due to having been tracked to the UK by the Dervishis. Alan…


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  • CEDJunior

    Stacey Walker (Michelle Harrison) is a hidden villainess from the 2019 film, Morning Show Mysteries:  Death by Design, the fifth film of Hallmark's Morning Show Mystery series (airdate April 28, 2019). She is the wife of Zach Walker and a friend of Jasmine Tywell.

    Jasmine was the near victim of a hit-and-run and was later murdered in the film, and regarding Stacey, she claimed that she and Zach were at home with their kids when the murder occurred. Stacey was shown conversing with Lana Brown and Riley Tanako--also friends of Jasmine's--regarding the murder, which saw the accuse each other of the crime. All the while, Stacey's alibi was looked into during the investigation, and it was revealed to be deceptive when Zach was caught near a lapt…

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  • Doalfe

    Cornelia Clyde is the antagonist in the comic book series "Candy".  The series ran from 1944-1950 with Police Comics with 65 single issues, and was syndicated with Quality Comics, running from 1947-1956 with 64 triple issues.

    Cornelia Clyde was an attractive and popular redhead teenager who lived in a town of Hardwick.  Despite being in publication for over 12 years, Cornelia and the rest of the characters were unaged, and remained in high school during the entire publication.  Cornelia was obsessed with keeping up on the latest trends.  She was always well dressed and kept dressing in the most current fashions.

    Cornelia was the rival of the main character Candy O'Connor.  She had a big opinion of herself, and came across brash and stuck up.…

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    Shia (UnREAL)

    April 23, 2019 by Ezekielfan22

    Shia (Aline Elasmar) is a villainess (remorseful) from Season 1 of UnREAL.


    She was a producer on the reality dating show Everlasting, with her backstory revealing that she had a professional rivalry with fellow producer Rachel Goldberg, with the season opener revealing that Shia resented the fact that Rachel was brought back to the show afte a past mental breakdown on set; a breakdown that inadvertently led to big ratings for Everlasting.

    Over the course of the season, Shia began resorting to the same underhanded methods Rachel employed to manipulate the contestants to provide drama, starting by blocking access to the food to make the contestants irritable and attempting to goad contestant Pepper into becoming a "villain" for the show. Shia l…


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    Quinn King (UnREAL)

    April 23, 2019 by Ezekielfan22

    Quinn King (Constance Zimmer) is a recurring protagonist and anti-villainess from the Lifetime series UnREAL. She was the executive producer and co-owner of the reality dating show, Everlasting.


    Quinn's background reveals that she originally created the idea for Everlasting with Bill DeYoung, only for their idea to be stolen by Chet Wilton, Quinn's married lover. She was also revealed to have had unresolved issues with her father Randy, who ended up dying in Season 2.


    Season 1 of UnREAL had Quinn inviting Rachel Goldberg (the series' main protagonist) to rejoin the Everlasting crew as the field producer, following an on-set breakdown Rachel suffered from the past season. The series' events establish Quinn as a ruthless and demanding boss, pa…



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  • LipstickLesbian

    Aida (Mallory Jansen), also abbreviated as A.I.D.A. (Artificially Intelligent Digital Assistant), also known by her Framework counterpart names, Madame Hydra and Ophelia is the central antagonist of Season 4 of the ABC TV series, Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. She is a minor character in the Season 3 finale, a supporting protagonist in Season 4's Ghost Riderarc, a major antagonist in the LMD arc and the main antagonist of the Agents of HYDRA arc.

    She is a Life-Model Decoy built by Holden Radcliffe initially intended to restart the LMD project to protect S.H.I.E.L.D. agents. After Radcliffe's corruption from the Darkhold, Aida eventually betrayed him as well as the agency to become a living being capable of free will while also gaining powe…

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    Replicator Carter, also known as Replicator Sam, was a Human-form Replicator created by another human form replicator known as Fifth in the image and also physical appearance of Samantha Carter.

    Although Fifth intended for her to be his consort, Replicator Carter later rebelled against Fifth and upon his death, became the new leader of the Replicators.

    For over a year and a half, Replicator Carter also led her fellow Replicators into battle, came close to seizing total control of the entire Milky Way galaxy, and killed many Goa'uld System Lords, up until her own eventual death in 2005.

    Like other Human-form Replicators, and standard Replicators for that matter, Replicator Carter was solely constructed from the conjoinment of a large number of…

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  • Ezekielfan22

    Janet Ling (Miranda Kwok) is a tragic villainess from the 2008 film iMurders. She was a member of a Facespace chatroom, with her slight backstory revealing she had been the girlfriend of former member April, who was murdered on her way to meet someone from the chat.

    In the wake of her lover's murder, Janet began investigating the chatrooms April was a part of in an attempt to find her killer. Janet was eventually convinced to discuss April's death by her therapist, Dr. Seamus St. Martin, with Janet describing April as being obsessed with the attention she got from chatrooms while flashing back to a time when the two were making love.

    Janet later revealed to St. Martin that she had bought a gun, serving as a hint to Janet's vengeful heel turn.…

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    Nina Ash (Angel)

    April 20, 2019 by CEDJunior

    Nina Ash (Jenny Mollen) is the main protagonist and redeemed villainess from "Unleashed," episode 5.03 of Angel (airdate October 15, 2003).


    Nina Ash's personal life only reveals that she has a sister, Jill, and a niece (Jill's daughter), Amanda. She is first shown early in the episode running in terror from a werewolf, who later attacks her before Angel kills the beast with Wesley's silver pen. Nina escaped, not knowing that she would become a werewolf herself due to surviving the attack.


    Nina woke up the next day and joined Jill and Amanda for lunch, while already feeling the effects of the attack, which included heightened hearing and informing Jill not to overcook the meat. Nina began turning heel when she envisioned herself slashing Aman…



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  • Doalfe

    Schembechler Girls are four bratty girls who appear in the 1987 pilot episode of the TV series "Rags to Riches".  None of the four girls are given first names in the episode.  Two of the four girls are played by Karen Lynn Scott and Penelope Sudrow.  

    Nick Foley (Joseph Bologna), a wealthy widowed businessman adopts five orphaned girls to live with him at his mansion.  The girls include Marva (Tisha Campbell-Martin), Patty (Bianca de Garr), Rose (Kimiko Gelman), Nina (Heather McAdam), Diane (Bridget Michele), and Mickey (Heidi Zeigler).

    Nick and his snobby girlfriend Carlotta Newton (Leslie Bevis) are entertaining a prospective client and his wife, Bill and Joan Schembechler at their estate.  The Schembechler's have four blonde stuck-up daug…

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    Wanda Lynn Mahoney (Karen Lynn Scott) is a nasty but small-time antagonist in the 1988 episode "Bubba's Double Date" for the TV series "Mama's Family".

    Wanda Lynn Mahoney calls up Bubba Higgins (Allan Kayser) on the day of Senior Prom, and cancels on him.  Her reason is it is the same night as a fraternity party at the local college.  This devastates Bubba, so his grandmother, Thelma "Mama" Crowley Harper (Vicki Lawrence) sets him up with a date with another girl without his knowledge.  The replacement, Vernette Boyland (Penelope Sudrow) is a homely looking shy girl.

    Before Mama can tell Bubba about it, he receives a call from Wanda telling him that she can now go to the prom after all.  It turns out the fraternity was kicked out of the coll…

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