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  • CEDJunior

    This unnamed brunette woman appeared as a villainess in "The Brotherhood of Night," episode 1.07 of Thundarr the Barbarian (airdate November 15, 1980). She was shown being pursued by an evil werewolf pack known as the Brotherhood of Night, which was led by Zevon. The pack had the power to turn people into werewolves with the power of their claws, and after capturing the woman, Zevon utilized his powerful claws near her. Under Zevon's power, the brunette transformed into a villainous werewolf, and after her transformation, the villainess cemented her heel turn and aligned with Zevon and the Brotherhood. Following the Brotherhood's defeat, the brunette was placed into a magic pool that reverted her back to her human form.


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  • CEDJunior

    Jillian Thompson (Colleen Flynn) is the hidden main villainess from "You Are Here," episode 1.07 of The Closer (airdate July 25, 2005). She is the ex-wife of prominent judge Michael Thompson, and the mother of their autistic son, Keith.

    Jillian was in a heated custody battle with Michael, who was abusive to not only Keith, but Jillian as well. Michael ended up with custody of Keith after buying off several divorce lawyers, leaving Jillian angry and vengeful. After Jason Murphy, the brother of a man Michael had convicted, called the Thompson home threatening him, Jillian decided to collude with Jason in a plot to kill her ex-husband. She paid Murphy to follow Michael to a poker game he was attending, and it was there that he waited in ambush (…

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  • CEDJunior

    Susan Ballin (Motive)

    June 22, 2017 by CEDJunior

    Susan Ballin (Christina Cox) is the villainess from "The Dead Hand," episode 4.07 of Motive (airdate July 5, 2016). She is a naval soldier and the mother of half-siblings Nancy Ballin (who was murdered) and Josh Martin (who was charged with her murder).

    Susan was shown in the beginning of the episode encountering Angie Flynn, while revealing that she had a bomb strapped to her and she would kill Angie if she either ran, attempted to remove the bomb, or if anything happened to her. She later entered the police station with Angie and held all in attendance hostage, as she blamed them for Josh being sent away for killing Nancy, while also proclaiming her son's innocence. After she is calmed down by Angie, Susan assisted Angie in capturing the re…

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  • CEDJunior

    Jessica (Monsters)

    June 21, 2017 by CEDJunior

    Jessica (Linda Thorson) is the main villainess from "A New Woman," episode 3.12 of Monsters (airdate December 16, 1990). In this modified version of A Christmas Carol, Jessica is the greedy and heartless wife of wealthy Thomas, who was at death's door. She is the sole heir to Thomas' fortune and his business, and she had planned to have her husband sign an agreement to tear down a homeless shelter and build a high-rise, which Thomas does.

    After coercion from Thomas' nephew, David, convinces him to change his will, the evil Jessica planned to pull the plug and kill Thomas, but she was caught in the nick of time by The Doctor, who warns Jessica to change her evil ways or by visited by horrific spirits. Jessica scoffs at this, but she is placed in…

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  • Shsdss5043

    Zoe is the (former) main antagonist of Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked.

    In the film, Zoe is a delusional, crazy, selfish, greedy young woman who claims that she has been on the island for close to 8 or 9 years with her five friends, who are sport balls.

    She is first believed to have crash landed on the island, but in the end, she reveals that she intentionally came to the island to look for treasure. She kidnaps Jeanette and forces her to get all the treasure since she is small enough to reach it. Fortunately, Alvin and Dave save Jeanette, stopping Zoe from both harming Jeanette and getting the treasure. She sees her opportunity to get revenge on Dave for making her lose the treasure by killing him as he hangs on a broken log bridge for…

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  • Ezekielfan22

    Keisha was the titular villainess from "Keisha's Crime", an animated short released by Internet safety website NetSmartz. Keisha was the best friend of Allie, with whom she shared a crush on their classmate Miguel Valez. Despite the girls' promise never to let their mutual attraction to Miguel affect their friendship, Keisha became jealous upon hearing Miguel tell his friend that he was growing close with a girl he met in a chat room. Keisha recognized that the girl was Allie when Miguel mentioned that her chatroom username was "ChatALot".

    That night, Keisha went on the chat room and saw Allie was chatting with a person under the username "BBallstar". Keisha messaged the user and asked if he was Miguel, but he refused to give her that infor…

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  • Ezekielfan22

    Sari Bodeen (Maureen Rooney) was a minor villainess from the 2000 Nora Roberts novel Carolina Moon, as well as the 2007 Lifetime movie adaptation. She was the mother of protagonist Tory Bodeen and the wife of Han Bodeen. As shown in the opening, Han was an abusive man who often beat Tory for having psychic visions that he interpreted as Satanic. Though from the way he acts towards his wife, it is implied that Sari also faced her husband's abuse as well. In the opening, Sari was shown regrettfully turning away as Han once more beat Tory with a belt. That night, Tory's best friend Hope Lavelle was murdered and Han was considered the prime suspect. After being paid off by Hope's mother Margaret, Han moved Sari and Tory out of Progress. Later …

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  • Ezekielfan22

    Faith Lavelle (Josie Davis) was a villainess of the 2000 Nora Roberts novel Carolina Moon, as well as the 2007 Lifetime film adaptation. Faith was the spoiled daughter of Margaret Lavelle and the sister to Hope and Cade Lavelle. As a child, Faith was shown to be a neglectful sister, as shown when she refused to play jacks with Hope when she asked her to due to being busy brushing her hair. That night, though, Hope was murdered and the father of her best friend Tory Bodeen was paid off by Margaret to leave town. Faith had a resentment for Tory due to the emotional strain Hope's death put on her, which spread on to when Tory returned to Progress fifteen years afterwards. In adulthood, Faith became known for her lengthy relationship history a…

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  • Ezekielfan22

    Margaret Lavelle (Jacqueline Bisset) was a villainess from the 2000 Nora Roberts novel Carolina Moon, as well as the 2007 Lifetime film adaption. She was a wealthy owner of a farm company and the mother of three children: daughters Hope and Faith, and son Cade. Hope was best friends with protagonist Tory Bodeen, and it's seemingly implied that Margaret didn't approve of the friendship because of Tory being poor. After Hope was raped and murdered one night and Tory's abusive father Han was the prime suspect, Margaret paid him off to move out of town. She also formed a deep resentment for Tory, who she believed to have witnessed Hope's murder and ran away, blaming her for her daughter's death (though in actuality, Tory saw Hope's murder thro…

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  • CEDJunior

    Dr. Leticia Perez (Angela Alvarado) is the main villainess from "The Nazi on the Honeymoon," episode 9.07 of Bones (airdate November 4, 2013). She is a coroner at a morgue in Buenos Aires, where Booth and Brennan are on their honeymoon.

    As revealed later on, Leticia is the granddaughter of Nazi war criminal Herman Haupt, who had sent millions to gas chambers at concentration camps. Following the end of WWII, Haupt (as many Nazis did) escaped to Argentina with a massive collection of gold bars he had stolen, and lived a life of luxury under the name Miguel Silva. Leticia had no idea about her grandfather's horrid past as a Nazi until he took her down to the wine cellar where he revealed his past and showed her the gold he had stolen, stating t…

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  • Ezekielfan22

    Amber Samonsky (Melissa Rain Anderson) was a minor villainess from "Bullseye", the 2nd episode of the 12th season of Law & Order: SVU. She was the mother of 10-year-old Rose Samonsky and had a second husband in Jeff Samonsky. Amber was an avid gamer, as was Jeff, who Amber met during a video game tournament. Soon after they married, Amber was struck by a bus. The incident caused Amber to develop Capgras Disorder, which made her believe her daughter had been replaced by an imposter. She and Jeff soon after began to game 24/7, supporting themselves with the settlement Amber received from the city. Amber's disorder also rendered her apathetic towards Jeff's neglect for Rose, whom he kept locked away and barely fed.

    After Rose escaped the house…

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    Susan (Bewitched)

    June 9, 2017 by Doalfe

    Susan (Chris Noel) is a manipulated antagonist in the 1964 episode "Love is Blind" of the TV series, "Bewitched".

    Susan is the ex-girlfriend of Kermit (Ralph Barnard), who is an office artist in the firm that Darrin Stephens (Dick York) works for with McMann and Tate.  

    Kermit has been set up with Gertrude (Kit Smythe), a nice plain-looking girl, who Samantha (Elizabeth Montgomery) knows.  Darrin suspects that Gertrude is a witch and has done some magic to make Kermit interested in her.  As a result, Darrin calls up Susan to invite her to a restaurant dinner with Samantha, Darrin, and Kermit.  Susan is wearing a pink nightie and is laying on her bed.  Her blonde hair is being worn down.  As she gets off the phone with Darrin, she has a smile…

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  • Ezekielfan22

    Hannah Webster (Abby Quinn) was the hidden villainess of "Vanity's Bonfire", the 7th episode of the 14th season of Law & Order: SVU. She was the daughter of Kent and Jillian Webster, with the former's lengthy fight with cancer putting an emotional toll on her. She was also friends with Dia Nobile, having met the woman in her Zumba class and bonding with her over coffee. She later described her as trying to a sisterly figure to her, as she often asked about her mother's health problems and how she was feeling regarding the situation. But unbeknownst to Hannah at the time, Dia was her father's unstable mistress who was stalking Kent. Hannah told the SVU detectives her connection to Dia after she came to the house and angrily confronted Jilli…

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  • CEDJunior

    Lana Lang (Emily Procter) is a villainess from episode 3.14 of Lois & Clark, "Tempus, Anyone?" (airdate January 21, 1996). Just like in the comics, Lana Lang is portrayed as the girlfriend of young Clark Kent, and the episode has Lana referred to as Clark's former girlfriend, though she is Clark's fiancee in an alternate universe.

    In Tempus' alternate universe, Lana and her family took Clark in after his parents died, and they began dating and became engaged, while also knowing about Clark's powers. Lois Lane is transported to the alternate universe by Tempus, where she learns that she is deceased in the universe and meets Lana, while expressing shock over the fact that she and Clark are engaged. In contrast to the comics and other portraya…

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  • CEDJunior

    Edie Jameson (Veronica Lauren) is the main villainess from "Curse," the final segment from episode 3.08 of Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction (airdate July 14, 2000). She is an evil teenage witch who is sent to a therapist by her parents. During her session with Dr. Marian John, Edie insists that she is a powerful witch, and has no desire to become a "sweet, little, innocent girl." She also threatens Dr. John and places a curse on her, while flashing an evil smile.

    On their next session, Edie is pleased to see that her curse is working, as Dr. John is shown looking slightly disheveled. According to Dr. John, since the curse, her fiancee left her, her house caught on fire, her office was robbed, and (as vowed in the curse) Edie's face appeared in h…

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  • CEDJunior

    Helen Magnus (Amanda Tapping) is the lead character and main protagonist of the SyFy series, Sanctuary. However, Helen served as the main villainess in episode 1.09, "Requiem." (airdate December 5, 2008).

    In the episode, Helen and Will are on the Sanctuary submarine, Nautilus, on a mission after receiving a distress call from a mermaid named Sally. Once they find the merfolk, they are all massacred, including Sally. During this mission, Helen begins feeling unwell; experiencing headaches, spasms in her hand, and a nosebleed.

    After these symptoms appear, it is discovered that Helen is infected with a parasite in her brain, and she and Will find the same parasite in Sally. The parasite eliminates the logic part of the brain and turns those infec…

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  • CEDJunior

    Theresa Solis (Camille Guaty) is the main villainess from "Res Ipsa," episode 6.03 of Without a Trace (airdate October 11, 2007). She is a live-in researcher for reporter Christine Woods, and she was also a political activist in her native Guatemala. She was held prisoner and was beaten and tortured for five days until she gave up a name: Davis, Christine's son. Theresa did so believing that he would be let go because he was an American, but instead, he was tortured and died as a result of his injuries.

    Theresa confessed the truth about Davis to Christine, who went on a long search for answers involving Davis' disappearance. Christine vowed to go public with the story to put a stop to what was happening in Guatemala. Fearing that she would be …

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  • Ezekielfan22

    Gloria (Brianna Brown) was the main anti-villainess of the 2017 Lifetime film Secrets In Suburbia. She was the wealthy wife of Phil and had best friends in MonicaScarlett, and Kim. Gloria also had a young son named Bradley and a teenage daughter named Nicky. Prior to the movie, she established a large trust fund for her children's benefit. Unbeknownst to Gloria (at first, anyway), Phil had had affairs with all three of her friends and the four were all colluding in some way to kill her so they could have Phil and her money. Devastated and vengeful, Gloria plotted to get back at Phil and her "friends" for their betrayals.

    Gloria began her plan by cutting herself and smearing her own blood on herself to make it appear that Phil attacked her…

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  • CEDJunior

    Julia Barrett (CSI)

    May 31, 2017 by CEDJunior

    Julia Barrett (Tess Harper) is the main villainess from "Bully for You," episode 2.04 of CSI (airdate October 18, 2001). Her backstory reveals that she was an assistant principal at a high school in Arizona, where a bullied sophomore went on a shooting rampage that killed 11 students. The shooting happened just days after Columbine, and following the tragedy, Julia was left with PTSD.

    In the episode, Julia served as a counselor at another high school, where Barry Shickle--a popular student--had been bullying other students. His usual target was the introverted Dennis Fram, and after witnessing Barry's bullying, Julia--believing another school shooting could happen--put matters into her own hands. She took her husband's gun, a .44 caliber pist…

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  • CEDJunior

    Myrtle Beech (Delta Burke) is the main villainess from "Swear to God, This Time We're Not Kidding," episode 4.03 of Lois & Clark (airdate October 6, 1996).


    Some time before the episode's events, Myrtle Beech was once a woman set to marry her fiancee, Roger, who she believed was the love of her life. However, Roger was actually cheating on Myrtle with her bridesmaid, Emily Channing. On the night of Myrtle's wedding, Roger was on his way to the church with Emily (in separate cars), and he was going to tell Myrtle the wedding was off. Roger was killed in a car accident on his way to the church, leaving Myrtle distraught.

    After Roger's death, Myrtle went to Dr. Voyle Grunman, a grief counselor, to deal with her loss. Unbeknownst to Myrtle, Voyle …


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  • Ezekielfan22

    Parker Phipps aka Oz (Haley Murphy) was a minor recurring villainess from the 6th season of Royal Pains. She was from the wealthy Phipps family and the sister of William "Cinco" Phipps. Their parents were divorced and, as evidenced by her referral to her as "Stepmonster", Parker was not on good terms with her father's new wife. She and Cinco were also estranged from their parents and rarely was able to talk to them due to them always being out on business. But when Parker created gossip blog Snark Hampton under the name Oz, it allowed for her and her mother to begin talking again. Not wanting this to end, Parker continued the blog.

    Prior to the events of her first appearance in the episode "A Bigger Boat", Parker Phipps' latest blog star was…

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  • CEDJunior

    Kaitlin Star (Sarah Joy Brown) is the lone female member of the titular VR Troopers, only to serve as a villainess in episode 1.12, "No One's Friend" (airdate September 27, 1994). 

    Grimlord's plan was to connect Kaitlin and JB Reese to his latest creation, the Polarbot, which would cause them to turn against their co-hort and leader, Ryan Steele. At the dojo, one of Grimlord's Skugs (in a human disguise) got close enough to the pair and infected them with the viral spell. Though Ryan runs the Skug off, the plan was successful, and as a result, Kaitlin turned heel against Ryan, as did JB.

    Under her heel persona, Kaitlin lashed out at Ryan and stated that she and JB were tired of taking orders from him, and she was shown cheering on JB as he at…

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  • Ezekielfan22

    Olivia Mazzarino (Alicia Minshew) was a minor villainess from the 6th season of Royal Pains. She was the estranged wife of Ray Mazzarino, who would go on to go into business with Hank Lawson's medical practice. Olivia fell deeply in love with Ray, but left him when she learned he was adulterous. A remorseful Ray enlisted help from designer Paige Lawson (the wife of Hank's brother/business partner Evan) in decorating his new home with things reminiscent of their past relationship as a means of showing her his love and winning her back.

    One night, after the house was complete, Paige and Ray engaged in a light-hearted pillow fight. Unfortunately, at that moment, Olivia arrived at the house and witnessed the exchange. Thinking Paige was Ray's l…

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  • CEDJunior

    Tiffany Rosen (Holly Fields) is the main (redeemed) villainess from "The House on Baker Street," the fourth segment of episode 1.05 of Beyond Belief:  Fact or Fiction (airdate June 22, 1997). She and her parents lived in the house that was once inhabited by Mildred Bennett and her son, Stuart, who was dating the banker's daughter. The banker, who owned the house, kicked out Stuart and his mother after learing that Stuart planned to elope with his girlfriend, and as a revenge plot, Stuart attempted to burn the house down, only to be shot and killed by police.

    Tiffany was in a relationship with her boyfriend, Tom, much to the disapproval of her father. Throughout the episode, Tiffany would be haunted by Stuart's spirit on a pair of occasions, …

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  • CEDJunior

    Dr. Sapna Nehru (Sonal Shah) is the hidden (later redeemed) main villainess from "Arachno-Romance," episode 1.13 of the new Powerpuff Girls series (airdate April 28, 2016). She is a scientist from India who became Professor Utonium's girlfriend, but as her slight backstory reveals, she was in a lab accident that cause her to transform into a monstrous spider whenever she feels love.

    Sapna was introduced during the girls' movie night with the Professor, and they were immediately displeased with her presence, despite her sweet nature. After the movie night ends, Sapna kisses the Professor and leaves mysteriously. Unbeknownst to the Professor and the girls at the time, Sapna underwent her villainous transformation and caused a rampage around Tow…

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  • CEDJunior

    Maude is the villainess from "Poultrygeist," episode 4.03 of The Real Ghostbusters (airdate September 24, 1988). She and her husband, Zeke, lived on farmland outside New York City, and in the beginning of the episode, a werechicken appeared on the night of the full moon and spooked all of the chickens in the coop.

    Having heard a noise from outside, Maude left to investigate the commotion. After searching the chicken coop, Maude encountered the monstrous werechicken and was attacked. She later returned to the house and displayed glowing red eyes, right before she transformed into a werechicken herself. Maude consumed Zeke's bowl of popcorn and later continued to terrorize her husband in her form.

    Maude, in her villainous werechicken form, was l…

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  • CEDJunior

    April O'Neil (Renae Jacobs) is a reporter for Channel Six who notably serves as a lead ally to the Ninja Turtles. In "The Catwoman From Channel Six," the penultimate episode of Season Two of the original TMNT animated series (airdate December 17, 1988), April served as the main villainess.

    In the episode, April was called by the Turtles after Bebop and Rocksteady crashed the Turtles' sewer lair via Shredder's matter transporter. During April's search for the mutant minions, she finds the matter transporter at Shredder's warehouse and begins taking pictures of the machine. It was at that moment that a stray cat leapt on the control panel and pressed a button that activated the machine, and hopped on the platform next to April. After the acti…

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  • Ezekielfan22

    Inez Stanler (Gwynyth Walsh) was the main villainess of the 2008 Lifetime film Her Only Child (Alternately titled Maternal Obsession)


    Inez was the mother of Lily Stanler and an employee of a private investigations agency. Inez was an affectionate and loving mother, but she became embittered after her husband divorced her. She also became overly protective of Lily, and became this even more so when she moved back home in adulthood to care for her and her many health problems (including psychological). Not wanting her daughter to abandon her, Inez did everything in her power to destroy any relationship Lily had, even going as far as to hire a group of men to assault one such boyfriend Michael and threaten to kill him and his family if he didn't c…


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  • CEDJunior

    Sylvia Svelte (June Foray) is the main antagonist from "Taste Makes Waist," a fifth season episode of Garfield and Friends (airdate October 3, 1992). She is the self-proclaimed "Queen of Cuisine," and she appeared on an infomercial promoting her diet food products, which caught the attention of Garfield, Jon, and Odie.

    The trio rushed to Sylvia's Diet Center and bought her seven-day sample pack, which was highly expensive. Nevertheless, Jon (under Sylvia's coercion) purchases the food, and after they drive off, Sylvia secretly sends one of her employees to order her pizza and chili fries. To the trio's dismay, the diet food is not only in small portions, it tastes terrible (even Garfield dislikes it). When Jon returns to Sylvia and demands a…

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  • CEDJunior

    Mrs. Wagner is a villainess from "Teen Wolf's Curse," the second season opener of the Teen Wolf animated series (airdate September 19, 1987). She is Scott Howard's science teacher in the episode, which had Scott being cursed by Zazu, his grandmother's nemesis. The curse had Scott turning people into werewolves when he touches them, and when he found out about the curse, he attempted to talk Mrs. Wagner into being sent home from school early.

    During the conversation, Scott touches Wagner, resulting in Wagner becoming a werewolf. Shortly after her werewolf transformation, Wagner turned heel and began ransacking the school while continuously howling. After Scott's transformation, the evil Wagner engaged in a scuffle with Scott, before the latter…

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  • CEDJunior

    Lucy Lane (Supergirl)

    April 15, 2017 by CEDJunior

    Lucy Lane (Jenna Dewan Tatum) is a recurring (redeemed) villainess from Season One of Supergirl. She is Lois Lane's younger sister, and a military major in the U.S. Army's JAG Corps. Lucy first appeared in the episode, "Fight of Flight," where she was introduced as James "Jimmy" Olsen's former girlfriend. As Jimmy himself revealed, Lucy ended things due to her belief that she put his devotion to Superman over her.

    Lucy and Jimmy were back together in the episode, "How Does She Do It?," and later on in "Childish Things," Lucy was hired by Cat Grant to serve as CatCo's general counsel. However, James' growing feelings for Kara deteriorated things between him and Lucy, who again felt sidelined due to Jimmy's work with Supergirl. The relationship…

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    Pamela Voorhees is the hidden main villainess in the 1980 horror film Friday The 13th.

    Pamlea worked as the cook for the staff of Camp Crystal Crystal Lake where her son Jason had attended. During the summer of 1957 Jason drowned. Pamela blamed his death on the counselors claiming that they were having sex instead of watching over her son. A year later, Pamela murdered the two counselors who were supposed to be watching over her son, not only that but also set fires, and contaminated the water to make sure Camp Crystal Lake would close down. 20 years later, Steve Christy decided that it was time to reopen Camp Crystal Lake. Unfortunely it brought back Pamela's painful memories of her son's death. Pamela then headed back to Camp Crystal …

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    Vicky Gallegos (Priscilla Barnes) is the villainess who appeared in the Murder, She Wrote epsiode "Dead Heat" (S02E08). She is the wife of racehorse rider Carlos Gallegos.

    Vicky was quite in love with her husband, she can't stand to lose him. Carlos and Vicky kept a secret — Carlos illegally entered America from Mexico. But when Jack Bowen, the owner of the racetrack, found out about this, he intended to hand Carlos to the authorities to be deported. But Vicky, who was devoted to her husband, could not allow it to happen. So Vicky killed Jack.

    Jessica Fletcher figured out that Vicky was the murderer about the incriminating tickets she bought. Vicky crumbled and confessed in murdering Jack, stating that she did it all for her husband. Vicky g…

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    Hama (Tress MacNeille) was a one-off villainess from the Anime series Avatar: The Last Airbender. She appeared in "The Puppetmaster", the 8th episode of Book Three.


    In her younger years, Hama was close friends with Kanna, the grandmother of Katara and Soka (two of the main protagonists of the series). Hama lived in the Southern Water Tribe, and as a young adult, was the last of the waterbenders abducted and imprisoned by the Fire Nation in a series of attacks. In the prison, the guards were cruel and went to extreme measures to keep the benders from using their powers. However, after feeling the full moon giving her increased energy, Hama realized a way of escaping: Blood bending, the act of bending the blood of a living creature as a way o…



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  • CEDJunior

    Ingrid Block (Lena Olin) is the hidden villainess from "Confidential," episode 11.15 of Law & Order: SVU (airdate March 10, 2010). She is the attorney for billionaire Richard Morgan, who was running a Ponzi scheme and had also committed two murders. The first was committed 22 years prior to the episode's events; a woman named Renee Simmons, killed by Morgan when he strangled her with a karate belt. After the murder, Ingrid and Morgan successfully framed Daniel Hardy, Renee's boyfriend and a janitor working in Morgan's building, for the murder. Ingrid's evil actions led to Hardy serving 22 years in prison.

    After another woman, Nancy Pierce, was found dead and killed by the same way, Ingrid suspected that Morgan had killed her as well as Simmon…

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  • Ezekielfan22

    ' Angela Agnelli (Hayden Panettiere) was the hidden villainess of "Hooked", the 15th episode of the 6th season of Law & Order: SVU. She was the best friend of Lisa Downey, who (like Angela) was sexually active and the two often had hookups with men they met online. They also began prostituting themselves at the mall and Angela even created "sex bracelets" at their school, which became a big trend. Angela's parents appeared to be neglectful, as they declined to cancel a foreign vacation to be with their daughter when she was questioned during the investigation of Lisa's murder.

    Angela and Lisa's prostitution habit was discovered after detectives Benson and Stabler walk in on her having sex with a clothing store sales clerk Lisa had been with …

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  • CEDJunior

    Eva Whitfield (Brianna Brown) was the hidden secondary villainess from "I, Witness," episode 7.13 of Castle (airdate February 2, 2015). She was the second wife of Cole Whitfield, and the old college acquaitance of Richard Castle. Eva was shown early in the episode approaching Castle regarding her failing marriage.

    As revealed later on, Eva colluded with lawyer Aubrey Haskins and Cole's business partner, Robert James, in an evil plot to set up Cole. After finding out that Cole was sleeping with James' wife, the evil Eva participated in a plan to fake her own murder and implicate Cole in the crime. The scheming villainess was "killed" by Robert (who posed as Cole) in the Whitfield household, and it was witnessed by Castle, which led to Cole bei…

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  • CEDJunior

    Dr. Katrina Pynchon (Jennifer Van Dyck) is the main villainess from "Scared Crazy," episode 5.09 of Law & Order:  Criminal Intent (airdate December 4, 2005). Her backstory reveals that she served in the U.S. Army and worked under the SERE program at Fort Bragg, where she was training soldiers in how to resist torture and interrogation. After this, however, Pynchon was transferred to Guantanamo Bay, where she--ironically--trained people to engage in harsh and tortuous interrogation techniques. Such practice was due to the fact that this was right after the attacks on 9/11, and it caused Pynchon to question her morals and what was more important:  her oath or her country.

    In the episode, Pynchon was using her evil methods on computer programmer…

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  • Ezekielfan22

    Sydney (Nerve)

    April 2, 2017 by Ezekielfan22

    Sydney (Emily Meade) was a minor villainess of the 2016 teen thriller Nerve. A popular and reckless high school student, Sydney was an avid player of the titular app Nerve, which had players do dares for money while other users watched. She was the best friend of the shy Vee Delmonico, though their friendship is soon revealed to be shaky. As for her home life, Vee is revealed to have absentee parents, thus explaining her reckless behavior.

    The movie opens with her showing Vee the Nerve app and how it works, while begging her to watch her play. Later, at school during a pep rally, Sydney (who is a cheerleader) completes a dare for Nerve, which is to flash her bare butt to the crowd, which also results in her being suspended. Later, while out…

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  • CEDJunior

    Dr. Christina Knowlton (Stacy Edwards) is the main villainess from "Do No Harm," episode 1.06 of Lie to Me (airdate March 11, 2009). She is the psychiatrist for Samantha Burch, who had been missing for two months. When asked about Samantha's disappearance by Cal and Gillian, Knowlton doesn't cooperate, though she gives hints that Samantha may have been abused by her parents.

    It was later revealed, however, that Knowlton was Samantha's kidnapper, and she had also abducted a girl named Heather. Two years prior to the episode's events, Knowlton's daughter, Jessica, tragically drowned. She had been abducting girls to fill the void created by Jessica's death, and regarding Samantha, the delusional villainess had been calling her, "Jessica," and br…

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    Amber (Marie Avgeropoulos) was a villainess from the 2012 Lifetime film Walking The Halls. A beautiful and outwardly confident high school senior, Amber was best friends with fellow Hamilton High students Taylor and Kylie. The girls also secretly worked as prostitutes under the employment of their school's security guard Jack, who Amber had a relationship with. One day, while scouting for new girls to join their ring, Amber witnessed Casey Benson fight with her boyfriend for callously breaking up with her and becomes convinced she would make a good addition to the ring. She approached Casey and invited her to go out to a club with her and her friends, which Casey eventually accepted.

    While out at the club, Amber danced suggestively for Jack…

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    Lucille Summer (Aka: Andrea) (Melissa Behr) was the villainess of the 2000 made-for-TV thriller The Perfect Tenant. She was the sister of Danny Summer and, as a child, Lucille was molested by their father. He went on to molest Jessica Michaels, a student at the high school where he taught, and was charged when Jessica went to the police. Rather than go to prison, Mr. Summer hung himself on Christmas Eve. While Danny was sent to a mental institute for the trauma, Lucille cared after their mother before she died of alcohol abuse.

    Believing that Jessica had lied about his father, Danny roped Lucille into his plot to get revenge against her. While Danny wormed his way into Jessica's life by renting her guesthouse, Lucille's role in the plan was t…

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    Victoria Chase (Dani Knights) was a minor villainess of the decision based drama video game Life Is Strange. She was a student at Blackwell Academy, a prestigious art college in Oregon. The daughter of wealthy art gallery owners, Victoria was a spoiled and vain bully whose biggest target appeared to be Max Caulfield (the game's protagonist). She was also a prominent member of the Vortex Club, Blackwell's elitist club seemingly reserved for "popular" students. She had two friends/cronies in Taylor and Courtney and was very close to Nathan Prescott, a mentally unstable student and fellow Vortex Club member. Taylor described their relationship as of the "brother-sister" variety. Victoria also harbored a thinly veiled crush on her photography pr…

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    Clara Tennant (Ashley Johnson) is the main villainess from "Seeing Red," episode 1.07 of The Mentalist (airdate November 18, 2008). She is the older offspring of Rosemary Tennant (who was murdered in the beginning of the episode), and the sister of Travis Tennant, who ran away from home due to hatred of Rosemary's house guest, Jeremy Hale (a hatred that Clara shared).

    Moments before Rosemary's murder, Clara confronted her mother over her decision to write Travis out of the will. Furious over the decision, Clara took her mother's car and followed Rosemary to one of her sessions with psychic Kristina Frye, who warned Rosemary that something bad would happen to her. While she was in the car, Clara dialed Rosemary's phone hoping to talk to her, o…

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    Lauren Cooper (Erika Christensen) was the main villainess from "Signature," episode 9.12 of Law & Order:  SVU (airdate January 8, 2008). She was an FBI agent who spent years tracking a serial killer named Larry Moore, nicknamed "The Woodsman," originally working with her mentor, Dr. Tillman. After Tillman committed suicide, Lauren continued her pursuit, and was called to aid Benson and Lake on their search. All the while, Lauren began succumbing to the emotional stress.

    Lauren had actually tracked Moore down and attempted to force him to reveal the location of his latest victim. When Moore refused, Lauren shot and killed him, and kept the shell casing as a trophy. As a form of symbolism, Lauren used the gun that Tillman used to kill himself,…

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    Nikki Mayhew (Cynthia Preston) was a minor villainess from the 2001 made-for-TV film Facing The Enemy. She was the wife of Harlan Moss, a conman who manipulated her into helping him extort money from wealthy men. Nikki's role in the scheme was to seduce the men into wanting to have their wives killed so they could be with her, and Harlan would kill the wives before offing the husbands as well, making off with the money Harlan was paid by the men. Nikki also had a deeply religious mother who cut ties with her after she married Harlan.

    After another plot is finished, Nikki got upset when Harlan plans on pulling another heist despite his promise that they were finished. Harlan verbally manipulated Nikki into going through with the plan, which sh…

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    The T-X (Terminatrix), portrayed by Kristanna Loken, is the main villain in Terminator 3.


    The T-X was send by Skynet from the future to kill future commanders of the human resistance against the machines. After her arrival she kills a random woman to take her car and clothes. She then drives through L.A. killing her targets, including some children at a party, and a police officer who stopped her for speeding.

    When she arrives at Katherine Brewsters vet clinic she coincidentally finds a blood sample of John Connor, who is supposed to become the main leader of the resistance, and makes him her primary target. The T-X interrogates Katherine about John, but another Terminator (the T-800), send by the resistance, interveines. John and Katherine …


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    Adriana (Kacey Rohl) was the hidden villainess of "Wrong Number", the 16th episode of the 1st season of The Haunting Hour. She was a Gothic high school student who was often bullied by queen bee Steffani Howard along with her more reluctant friend Taylor. One day, during class, when Steffani took a photo of her during class, she stopped up and demanded Steffani delete the photo, but Steffani ignores her and posts it online instead, much to Adriana's anger.

    When Steffani and Taylor begin to get terrorized by the spirit of the recently dead Mrs. Biazevich, Steffani's neighbor who she often fought with, the two girls turn to Adriana for help. Reluctantly, Adriana gave the girls the number for her cousin Constantine, who gives them advice on how …

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    Angela Delvecchio (Kellie Martin) was the villainess of the 1994 made-for-TV film Death Of A Cheerleader (Also known as A Friend To Die For). Angela was an academically successful but shy high school student who was desperate to be popular. She idolized popular student Stacy Lockwood, despite the girl's bullying ways. Angela integrated herself into Stacy's clique The Larks, hoping that doing so would make her popular. As she became more emmersed in Stacy's circle, Angela even began to defend Stacy's cruelty. But her plan fell apart when she defended Monica Whitley, a Goth girl that Stacy often harassed, resulting in Stacy shunning her.

    Desperate to Stacy's forgiveness, Angela lures her away saying that she had been invited to a party, but inste…

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    Julia Wright (Ever Carradine) is the main villainess from Supernatural episode 5.06, "I Believe the Children are Our Future" (airdate October 15, 2009) She is the biological mother of 11-year-old Jesse, a young boy with supernatural powers, which he has used to play elaborate practical jokes. She revealed that the boy's father is a demon, who possessed her and impregnated her. Because of this, Jesse is deemed as an Antichrist—a half human, half demon entity—and must be eliminated before he can be used by Lucifer as a powerful weapon. Sam and Dean believe that he can be spared if he's taken somewhere safe, which is what they were set to do.

    However, Julia turned heel when she again became possessed by the aforementioned demon, and she went on h…

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