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  • Ezekielfan22

    Tanya Vanders (Jennifer Tighe) was a minor villainess from "Lost and Found", episode 1.16 of Crossing Jordan (airdate February 25, 2002). She was the wife of Chris Vanders and the mother of their infant daughter, Amy. When Chris was found dead in an alleyway with needle marks on his arm, the police and medical examiner Jordan Cavanaugh believed Chris to be a drug addict killed by a dealer. When Tanya was brought in for questioning, she claimed that Chris had had Amy with him while he was out and was shocked to learn that she was missing. When questioned, Tanya stated that her husband had an addiction problem and helped the detectives search a hotel she claimed he visited often.

    But later on, it was discovered that Tanya was the true addict,…

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    Madam Ouspenskaya (Louise DuArt) is the main (redeemed) villainess from "The Carnival Curse," the last segment from episode 5.02 of Garfield and Friends (airdate September 26, 1992). She is a con artist posing as a fortune teller at a carnival, where Jon Arbuckle visited with Garfield and Odie.

    Madam Ouspenskaya approached Jon and coerced him to have his fortune told for a $5 fee. Signs of her being a complete fraud are already shown when she mistakes a speck of mozzarella cheese on Garfield's hand as a pentagram, but despite this, Jon takes the Madam's bait. The deceptive con woman "sensed" that Jon was successful, talented, and a hit with the ladies; comments that stroked Jon's ego, but which Garfield (among many others, even Odie) know to …

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    Leslie Miles (Madelyn Grace) was the hidden minor villainess from the 2017 Lifetime film, Secrets of My Stepdaughter (alternately titled, A Murderer Upstairs and My Stepdaughter's Secret; airdate May 11, 2017). She was the best friend of Rachel Kent, as well as her co-worker at a clothing store.

    However, Leslie was also a villainous habitual thief, as she and Rachel had been stealing money and clothes from their store--though, it was never specified how long their spree lasted. At one point, into the film's events, Leslie wanted to stop their thievery, and when she asked Rachel to do the same, she originally agreed.

    Late one night, Leslie caught Rachel stealing money from the cash register, clearly reneging on her promise to cease their robberies.…

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    Mrs. Flynn (Patricia Place) was a minor villainess of "The Ties That Bind", episode 1.03 of Crossing Jordan (airdate October 8, 2001). She was the wife of 80-year-old John Flynn, whom she was deeply in love with. When John was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and his illness became more severe, Mrs. Flynn delivered on a promise she and John had made years before he became ill: that they would let each other die on their own terms when the time came to. 

    Mrs. Flynn went about killing her husband by giving him an overdose of morphine, which she previously used to help with the pain he experienced from his disease. John's body was brought in for examination, with their tests concluding his death hadn't been a result of his illness. Dr. Garret …

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    Elaine Stahler (Mackenzie Phillips) was the secondary villainess of "The Dawn of a New Day", episode 1.02 of Crossing Jordan (airdate October 1, 2001). She was a waitress at a diner and the wife of cab driver Louis Stahler, who was found shot dead during the episode. Elaine's first appearance in the episode had her idenitfy Louis's body, where she asked Dr. Jordan Cavanaugh if her husband had suffered. When the body of Nolan Babcock was found in the trunk of Louis's cab, Elaine was brought in for questioning, where she revealed that Louis was a violent batterer and that the news didn't surprise her. 

    But later on, it was revealed that Elaine had killed Nolan, bludgeoning him to death with a tire iron after faking car trouble to lure him in. I…

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    Jenna Fox (Hayley McFarland) was the tragic villainess of "Smoked", the season 12 finale of Law & Order: SVU (airdate May 18, 2011). She was the teenage daughter of Annette Fox, who had been raped by hairstylist Luke Ronson two years prior to the episode's events. One night, with the trial a week away, having been repeatedly delayed by Ronson's attorney, Annette and Jenna were out buying Jenna's dress for Prom when they were suddenly attacked by a hooded mugger. After forcing Annette to give up her purse, the attacker pulled out a gun and shot Annette in the head, killing her instantly. Traumatized, Jenna asked for SVU detectives Olivia Benson and Elliot Stabler to come when the police arrived at the scene, as they had been involved in Ann…

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    Isabella Cruz (Lycan)

    October 19, 2017 by CEDJunior

    Isabella Cruz (Dania Ramirez) was the main protagonist and hidden secondary villainess from the 2017 film, Lycan (alternately titled, Talbot County).


    As Isabella herself revealed (without revealing herself as the subject), her parents took her on a camping trip when she was a young girl, and it was there that both her mother and father were brutally attacked and murdered by what appeared to be an animalistic creature. Speculation rose that Isabella killed her parents, but no evidence linked her as the killer. Despite this, Isabella was institutionalized and later taken in by Ms. Fields, who became her adoptive guardian. However, in the time that passed, Ms. Fields revealed herself to Isabella as the daughter of Emily Burt, the alleged Talbot …


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    Katie Cavanaugh (Agatha Nowicki) is the secondary (tragic) villainess from "Totem," episode 12.20 of Law & Order: SVU (airdate March 30, 2011).


    Katie Cavanaugh is the younger daughter of Elaine Frye Cavanaugh and the half-sister of piano teacher June Frye (Elaine's daughter from her first marriage). Both half-siblings were victims of Elaine's sexual abuse; though in the case of Katie, it was ongoing into adulthood, as she and Elaine not only lived together, they shared a bedroom. The abuse affected both women; Katie more so than June, as Katie became traumatized throughout her childhood and into adulthood.


    As a result of the abuse, Katie followed in her mother's footsteps and became a molester herself, and in the episode, she approached Marnie …



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    Catherine Harrison (Virginia Kull) was the hidden (tragic and redeemed) villainess from "Reparations", episode 12.21 of Law & Order: SVU (airdate April 6, 2011). She was a high school teacher and the roommate and best friend of Isabelle Wright. She was also the granddaughter of Grant Harrison, having raised her after the death of her parents. One night, Catherine was attacked in her bed as she slept, with Isabelle and her boyfriend Oliver running in after the assailant had fled through the window. When Isabelle saw her underwear on the floor, she believed Catherine to have been raped and called the police.

    At the hospital, Catherine claimed to Detective Elliot Stabler that her attacker was Isabelle's mentally ill brother, Kevin, who lived in…

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    Dahlia Jessup (Kelli Barrett) was the villainess of "Flight", episode 12.15 of Law & Order: SVU (airdate February 2, 2011). She was a fashion designer and the on-again, off-again girlfriend of millionaire Jordan Hayes, with their relationship starting when she was a teenager. As revealed over the course of the episode, Jordan was a serial pedophile, with Dahlia inviting underage girls to his house under the claim of a modelling job, only to instead set them up to be raped by Jordan. Dahlia harbored much guilt over her actions, driving her to begin abusing prescription drugs as a coping mechanism.

    The SVU squad began investigating Jordan after one of his victims, Dominique Moreau, had a freakout on her plane ride home to Paris as a result of…

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    Hayden Foster (Abby Ross) was a villainess from "Ladies Drink Free," episode 12.16 of Supernatural (airdate March 30, 2017). She was a 16-year-old girl who secretly dated a slightly older man named Justin, who was (unbeknownst to Hayden) the leader of a werewolf pack.

    The age difference was the main reason why Hayden lied about the relationship, and in the beginning of the episode, she is tracked by her brother, Ben--who followed Hayden after one of her friends voiced her concerns about the relationship to Ben. While the siblings walked home, Hayden distracted Ben so she could go back to Justin--who later appeared in a disguised and attacked Hayden. After the attack, Hayden was found by Ben, who was killed by Justin. 

    Hayden survived the atta…

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    Miriam Penner (Denise Lute) was the tragic main villainess of "Spectacle", episode 12.16 of Law & Order: SVU (airdate February 9, 2011). She was a neighbor of brothers Greg and Jason Engels and the mother of Danny Penner. When Danny died at age three of leukemia, Miriam was devastated and spent six weeks in a psychiatric hospital. Once she was released, Miriam returned to her old neighborhood and kidnapped Jason, intending to replace the son that she lost. 

    Eight years later, after Jason's case had gone cold, it was reopened after Greg staged the kidnapping of Lizzie Harmon and made it appear she was being tortured by posting a rehearsed video on her college website, doing so to blackmail detectives to reopen the case. Miriam's name appeared…

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    Sandra Roberts (Drea de Matteo) was a minor (tragic and redeemed) villainess from "Pop", episode 12.11 of Law & Order: SVU (airdate January 5, 2011). She was the mother of Nicky Roberts, with his father abandoning Sandra when he was two. Sandra went through a string of lovers before marrying Hank Roberts. Hank soon turned out to be an abusive husband and stepfather, beating Sandra and Nicky and forcing the latter to participate in an underground illegal fight club to make money, abusing him further whenever he lost. Sandra was aware of the abuse her son faced, but did nothing to stop it, out of fear of both her husband and of not being able to survive without him. 

    When one of the fights Nicky was in resulted in the death of 10-year-old Eth…

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    Sarah Hoyt (Kat Foster) was a hidden villainess from "Rescue", episode 12.10 of Law & Order: SVU (airdate December 1, 2010). She was the girlfriend of Vivian Arliss, a drug addict who she met in rehab. Their relationship led Vivian to leave her boyfriend David Drucker to be with Sarah, taking their son Calvin with her. As stated by Sarah, she and Vivian "had slips", as shown when they were uncovered to have gone to an elderly couple's open house to steal prescription drugs. Sarah made her first appearance in the preceding episode, "Trophy", when detective Olivia Benson came to their house looking for Vivian, who was suspected of killing her serial rapist father Walter Burlock, introducing herself as Vivian's friend and that she didn't know…

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    Vivian Arliss (Maria Bello) was a minor recurring villainess from the 12th season of Law & Order: SVU. She was the daughter of Joan Arliss, having been the product of her rape at the hands of serial rapist Walter Burlock. This led to Vivian feeling unloved by Joan, who most likely viewed her as a reminder of her past trauma. Years later, Vivian became involved with David Drecker, having a son with him she named Calvin. She also became a drug addict, which eventually led her to leave David and begin a relationship with Sarah Hoyt, falling in love with her.

    Years later, as SVU detective Olivia Benson was investigating another rape committed by Burlock, she went to speak with Joan. But when she arrived at the house, she found that Joan was dyi…

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    Camille Walters (Bess Rous) was the villainess of "Branded", episode 12.06 of Law & Order: SVU (airdate October 20, 2010).


    At age 5, Camille's mother died in a car accident and her father was shortly afterwards institutionalized for schizophrenia. As a result, she was placed in foster care, going through a total of six foster homes, many of which were abusive. When she was 14, Camille spent a summer at Clear Air Camp, a summer camp catering especially to foster children. After the 4th of July fireworks show, Camille was walking back to her cabin when counselour Alexander Gammon invited her to a secret party in the woods. But once in  the woods, Alexander and two other counselours, Bill Dixon and Victor Ramos, attacked and raped Camille, thou…


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    Emma Brooks (Amanda Fuller) was the villainess of "Wet", episode 12.05 of Law & Order: SVU (airdate October 13, 2010). She was the granddaughter of wealthy philanthropist Francine Brooks, having been raised by her after the deaths of her parents. Emma became a rebellious youth, eventually leading her to be placed in rehab to treat her cocaine addiction. There, she became friends with Lindsay Elding, a PR rep for ColaNow who was also a cocaine addict. After their release, Lindsay grew close with Francine, eventually convincing her to sell her Catskills estate land to her, with intent to sell the water rights to ColaNow. Francine did so against Emma's warnings, having grown to see her as a "rehab screw-up".

    Angered by Lindsay's self-serving sc…

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    Margot Stanford aka Abigail Allen (Betty Gilpin) was a minor (tragic) villainess from "The E.I.D.", episode 1.10 and the series finale of The Unusuals (airdate June 17, 2009). Margot attended private school and, when she was 16, she was at her school's Spring Fling dance when two of her classmates, Chris Treadwell and Will Slansky, encouraged her to get high before taking her to Harlem. There, Chris tried to take advantage of Margot and, when she began to resist, Chris viciously beat her up and threw her from the car, forcing Will to drive away. Margot's injuries put her in a 10-day coma, leaving her unable to identify her assailants.

    Years later, her assault left Margot with deep psychological damage, causing her to become a "serial accuse…

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    Stephanie Taft (Lisa Joyce) was a minor villainess from "The Apology Line", episode 1.09 of The Unusuals (airdate June 10, 2009). She was the girlfriend of Jeremy Foer, who ran the titular Apology Line, which people could call to apologize for wrongdoings. Unbeknownst to Jeremy, his dedication to the hotline left Stephanie feeling neglected, believing that Jeremy cared more about his callers than he did her.

    Feeling that Jeremy wouldn't listen to her face to face, Stephanie called the Apology Line and revealed how she felt. But later on, Stephanie became scared and stole the tape with her call on it before Jeremy had a chance to listen to it. When Jeremy noticed the tape missing, he reported the crime to the police, with Detectives Allison …

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    Tina McGee (The Flash)

    October 8, 2017 by CEDJunior

    Christina "Tina" McGee (Amanda Pays) is a regular secondary protagonist from the 1990s version of The Flash, as well as a supporting recurring character in the CW's version of the series. Tina served as the true (redeemed) main villainess from episode 13 of the original series, "Tina, Is That You?" (airdate February 14, 1991).

    The episode began with Barry Allen's recurring nightmare, which had Tina professing her love for Barry, but their embrace was interrupted when Barry left as The Flash after an elderly woman was assaulted by a hooded mugger. The Flash cornered the culprit in an alley, and it was at that moment that Tina revealed herself as the villainess behind the attack. Following her reveal, the evil Tina snarled at Barry; stating th…

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    Linda Cooper (Tracy Jai Edwards) was a minor villainess from "One Man Band", episode 1.03 of The Unusuals (airdate April 21, 2009). She was the girlfriend of Mark Stanwood, though it later heavily implied that Linda was a married woman having an affair with Mark. One night, Mark and Linda (the former being drunk at the time) were out driving, with Linda performing oral sex on him while he drove, when Mark struck and injured Bruce Moreno. Mark fled the scene despite Linda wanting to check on the man he had struck, and kept quiet afterwards to keep her affair from being exposed.

    Mark later accidentally urinated on Officer Sedlacek and was arrested, but was freed once detectives Casey Shraeger and Jason Walsh settled a grudge between the latte…

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    Roxanne Tate (Amy Rutberg) was a villainess from "One Man Band", episode 1.03 of The Unusuals (airdate April 21, 2009). She was the wife of parole officer Wendall Tate, having been married to him for five years. She first appeared in the episode by going to a store that specialized in helping customers commit murder, which had been infiltrated by detectives Leo Banks and Eric Delahoy. After entering the store wearing sunglasses, Roxanne took them off to reveal a black eye, along with stating that her husband was physically abusing her. With her attempt to report Wendall to the police failing and her husband threatening to kill her if she tried to leave, Roxanne decided the only way to escape his abuse was to kill him.

    After fully describing …

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    ' Sophie Gerard (Isabelle Huppert) was the (tragic and redeemed) villainess of "Shattered", the season 11 finale of Law & Order: SVU (airdate May 19, 2010). She was a French anthropologist and the wife of Paul Olsen. Sophie's frequent and abrupt travelling for work and misandrist attitude drove a wedge in her marriage to Paul, and eventually led him to file sole custody of their son Nicholas when she tried to take him with her on a trip to China. He also had a restraining order placed when Sophie refused to honor the court's decision, but despite this, Sophie continued to go to Nicholas's school to see him, believing herself to be Nicholas's "true parent".

    Wanting her son back, Sophie tried to enlist Green Beret sergeant Jason Culross to kid…

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    Whitney Fraser (Motive)

    October 5, 2017 by CEDJunior

    Whitney Fraser (Elyse Levesque) is a villainess from "Foreign Relations," episode 4.08 of Motive (airdate July 12, 2016). She is a clothing designer and the older sister of college student Karis Fraser; having raised her following the deaths of their parents.

    Whitney became worried when she hadn't heard from Karis in three weeks, and with police not helping her, she took matters in her own hands. After finding out that she was seen with Julian Bishop (a British national and the son of famed politician Rosemary Bishop), Whitney tracked him to a college party, where she spiked Julian's drink. After feeling the effects, Whitney abducted Julian and tied him up in the back of her van. She then ordered Julian to tell her where Karis was, but all Ju…

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    Raiman (Black Mirror)

    October 5, 2017 by Ezekielfan22

    Raiman (Madeline Brewer) was a minor villainess--only referred to by her surname or "Hunter", her nickname--from "Men Against Fire", episode 3.05 of Black Mirror (airdate October 21, 2016). She was a member of the military squad led by Medina. The only detail known about her background is her experience in hunting, thus explaining her nickname. She and her unit were tasked with exterminating "roaches", a brand of ravenous mutated humans. Like many of her fellow soldiers, Raiman had a complete disdain for roaches and expressed eagerness at the opportunity to kill them. She appeared to have a tentative friendship with newer soldier Stripe (the episode's protagonist).

    The episode's beginning showed Medina taking Raiman, Stripe, and several othe…

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    Medina (Black Mirror)

    October 4, 2017 by Ezekielfan22

    Medina (Sarah Snook) was a hidden villainess--only known by her surname--from "Men Against Fire", episode 3.05 of Black Mirror (airdate October 21, 2016). She was a military leader who oversaw the military force of protagonist Koinage--mostly referred to by his nickname Stripe. Their mission consisted of exterminating "roaches", ravenous mutated humans. Medina was shown to be a rigid, yet approachable, leader of her squad.

    Medina's first onscreen mission with her squad was to investigate an invasion at a Danish village that had a food store broken into by roaches. The squad learned that the villagers believed the roaches were being housed by Parn Heidekker, an outcast religious fanatic who sympathized with roaches. The squad went to Heidekk…

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    Dana Hartman (Melina Kanakaredes) was a hidden recurring villainess from Notorious. She was the mother of Maya Hartman and a former anchorwoman for "Louise Herrick Live". She was fired after fabricating an interview for a story she was doing, which was later revealed to have been done by Dana to cover up the fact that she had been impregnated after a forced tryst with her boss. The ensuing fallout left Dana feeling deeply disgraced, causing a rift in her relationship with her daughter. Julia George, producer for LHL and an old friend of Dana's, helped her with Maya during that time.

    Dana made her first (brief) appearance at the end of episode 1.07, "Chase", calling Julia to ask for her help. The following episode, "The Burn Book" revealed w…

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    Willow Ferrera (Maiara Walsh) was a minor (redeemed) recurring villainess from Notorious. She was a friend of Maya Hartman and lived with her in a house she rented from her mother Dana, along with Johnny Weston and Preston Mann. Unbeknownst to Maya, who had fallen in love with Johnny, Willow was engaged in a polyamorous relationship with Preston and Johnny.

    When Johnny was found shot to death in the pool of their house, Willow was visibly heartbroken by his death. When questioned, Willow stated that she and Preston were at a bowling alley at the time of Johnny's death and were called to the scene by Maya after she found him. They both also contested that, despite Maya's feelings for Johnny being unrequited, she could never have killed him.

    B…

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    Maya Hartman (Haley Ramm) was a minor recurring character and later revealed villainess from Notorious. She was the daughter of Dana Hartman, whom she was estranged from due to being absent for most of her childhood after losing her job as "Louise Herrick Live". Despite this, she rented a house from her mother, sharing it with three of her friends: Preston Mann, Willow Ferrera, and Johnny Weston. Unbeknownst to her mother, Maya was in a relationship with Johnny, though the deeper love she had for him was unreciprocated.

    During the episode, Johnny was found dead in the house's pool by Maya, who subsequently became a suspect when gunshot residue was found on her hands. She was additionally suspected when Dana revealed that Maya had written in…

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    Silvia Baez (Patricia De Leon) was a hidden villainess from "Kept and Broken", episode 1.06 of Notorious (airdate October 27, 2016). She was the mother of 17-year-old Rosa Biaz, who disappeared three days prior to the events of the episode. When she was brought in to appear on "Louise Herrick Live", Silvia spoke of how uncooperative the police were in investigating her daughter's disappearance and claimed to have no idea what might have happened to Rosa.

    But as revealed later on, Silvia had past ties with drug kingpin Miguel Ortiz, who used a fast food restaurant he owned as a disguise for his business. Silvia forced Rosa to work at the restaurant as a cashier, while pocketing all of the money Rosa made. In an attempt to escape to a better l…

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    Annie Nolan (Tracey Gold) is the main (redeemed) villainess from the 1998 Lifetime film, The Girl Next Door.

    In the beginning of the film, Annie Nolan is in an abusive relationship with boyfriend Kyle Meechum, and their latest altercation resulted in police being called. The officer on duty was Craig Mitchell, a married man with two children, Dougie and Alissa. Annie became instantly infatuated with Craig after their first meeting, and they quickly began a relationship, even after Craig told Annie that he was married. 

    As their relationship progressed, Craig's bitterness regarding his wife continued to show, and while teaching Annie to fire a gun, he decided to enlist his mistress in a murder plot. Annie went along with Craig's scheme, doing…

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    Alexa Downey (Elyse Levesque) was the villainess of "Friends and Other Strangers", episode 1.03 of Notorious (airdate October 6, 2016). She was the head of Human Resources at the L.A. Sports Center, where a pop star known as Trinity was holding a series of concerts. Alexa, being a fan of Trinity's, talked to the musician after one of his shows, leading him to invite her to his dressing room for tea. But once there, Trinity showed his true colors by drugging Alexa's drink with Ketamine and GHB, raping her while she was unconscious. Afterwards, Alexa was too ashamed to report her assault to the police, but managed to convince one of the security guards (a friend of hers) to give her the security footage of the attack.

    The next night, Alexa we…

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    Rita Repulsa was the main antagonist during the first season of the series Mighty Morphin Power Rangers.

    For ten thousand years Rita and her gang were imprisoned inside a giant space container, until in 1993 when two unsuspecting astronauts opened up the container allowing Rita and her gang to escape. Rita sets her sights on the planet Earth and tries to take over, fortunately her enemy Zordon chooses five talented teens to become a group of super heroes known as the Power Rangers. Rita has a very bad tempter, and gets headaches whenever she is defeated. Rita's members are Goldar, Squatt, Baboo and Finster.

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    Scarlett Betnner (Sarah Grey) was the secondary protagonist and anti-villainess of the 2015 Lifetime film A Mother's Instinct (alternately titled Her Own Justice and In Their Own Hands). She was the teenage daughter of Nora and Chris Betnner and the older sister of Gus Betnner. When outsider Seth Duran became became the Betnner's new neighbor, Scarlett became the unwanted object of Seth's affection, with Seth stalking her at school and sending her frightening messages. 

    When Gus suddenly disappeared under Scarlett's watch, she and Nora became adamant that Seth was responsible, with Scarlett even attacking Seth at school in an attempt to make him confess. Later on, Scarlett (begrudgingly) assisted her mother in kidnapping Seth and holding hi…

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    Nora Betnner (Josie Bissett) was the protagonist and main anti-villainess of the 2015 Lifetime film A Mother's Instinct (alternately titled Her Own Justice and In Their Own Hands). She was the wife of Chris Betnner and the mother of their two children, Gus and Scarlett. When their new neighbor, Seth Duran, began harassing Scarlett, Nora attempted to talk to his mother Iris about it, only for her concerns to be shrewdly ignored.

    When Gus later disappeared, Nora and Scarlett came to adamantly believe Seth had kidnapped the young boy, with Nora angrily confronting him at his house. Seth was briefly brought in by the police for questioning, but was released on a lack of evidence. After Scarlett received an anonymous photo of Gus, she and Nora b…

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    Cambria Moore (Chantal Conlin) was a hidden villainess from "'Twas the Night Before Christmas... Again", episode 2.06 and the series finale of Tru Calling (airdate September 22, 2005). She was the teenage daughter of Allison Moore, who was murdered six months prior to the episode's events, leaving her to live under the care of her aunt and Allison's sister, Anne Moore. Allison's married lover, Russell Marks, was arrested and put on trial for Allison's murder, but was ultimately acquitted.

    Series protagonist Tru Davies began investigating Allison's murder after her body (which was being used as a cadaver at Hudson University) reached out to her for help and she relived the day. Working along her rival and series antagonist Jack Harper in a t…

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    Sharpay Evans (Ashley Tisdale) is the main antagonist in High School Musical series.

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    Fiona Duncan (Supernatural)

    September 21, 2017 by CEDJunior

    Fiona Duncan (Candace Woods) was the tragic (later redeemed) main villainess from "Family Feud," episode 12.13 of Supernatural (airdate February 23, 2017). She  was the fiancee of Gavin MacLeod, who was the son of Fergus MacLeod (Crowley's vessel).


    In 1723, Fiona had become engaged to Gavin, and she had planned to go with him to the New World on his ship, The Star. However, Gavin was abducted by Abaddon in Season Nine's "King of the Damned," and transported to the year 2014, and as a result, he wasn't available when Fiona looked for him to discuss their trip. Fiona stowed away on the ship and wasn't discovered until it was too late to turn back. After she was discovered, Fiona was repeatedly raped by the ship's crew; all the while, her teache…


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    Lucy Diamond (Debby Ryan) was a minor (later redeemed) villainess from "The Mystery of the Unknown Caller", episode 2.15 of The Mysteries of Laura (airdate February 24, 2016). She was the half-sister of series protagonist Laura Diamond, having been the product of their father Leo's affair with a paralegal. Lucy was a well-documented delinquent and troublemaker, which made her estranged from her older half-sibling. By the events of the episode, Lucy was in a relationship with Ian Gendry, working alongside him in his business of selling counterfeit prescription drugs, which resulted in the deaths of nine people.

    Prior to the episode's events, Lucy and Ian stole money from drug kingpin Jimmy Chun. When Chun found out, he placed a hit on Ian, w…

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    ' Helen Greenstone (Kathleen Garrett) was the villainess of "The Mystery of the Morning Jog", episode 2.12 of The Mysteries of Laura (airdate February 3, 2016). She was the mother of Mimi Silverman and the grandmother to her son, Eli. Prior to the episode, Dr. Aiden Silverman, Mimi's husband and Eli's stepfather, was offered a job working for FIFA after performing surgery on a high-profile athlete, meaning the family would relocate to Europe indefinitely.

    Not wanting to lose her family, Helen decided that her only option was to kill Aiden. She did so by following Aiden on his morning jog, knowing his route thanks to the chart Mimi kept on the refrigerator, and used her cane to shove Aiden into the path of an oncoming bus. When detectives Lau…

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    Janet Coburn (Antoinette Bower) was the redeemed villainess in the 1965 episode "The Night of Sudden Death" for the TV series, "The Wild Wild West".

    Janet Coburn works as an animal trainer and henchwoman for Warren Trevor (Robert Loggia), a big game hunter and circus proprietor.  Trevor is hoping to purchase a large tract of land in Africa.

    We first see Janet as she is helping Trevor torture Corinne Foxx (Julie Payne), a trapeze artist as she spins on a giant wheel.  Trevor is using his bow and arrow to scare her to death, and Janet is spinning the wheel that she is attached to.  When Jim West (Robert Conrad) shows up, they release Corinne.

    Janet then shows Jim around the circus as he is investigating the US Mint in Carson City being held up,…

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  • CEDJunior

    Susan Hardy (Daryl Hannah) is the hidden main villainess from the 2013 Lifetime film Social Nightmare (alternately titled, Mother; airdate August 31, 2013). She is the mother of the film's protagonist, Catherine "Cat" Hardy, who is heading off to college in a matter of months.

    Like Cat, Susan was an only child, and her attempts of having another child failed, which led to her husband leaving her. Believing that Cat was all she had and fearing being alone, Susan attempted to sabotage Cat's chances of being accepted to Brown University so she would have no choice but to stay home with her. She began by posting an insulting comment regarding Emily's rejection from Brown on Cat's social media page and published a website "slut shaming" various pe…

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  • Ezekielfan22

    Ellen Sutter aka Ellen Markelz (Bo Stansell) was the hidden villainess of "The Mystery of the Downward Spiral", episode 2.10 of The Mysteries of Laura (airdate January 13, 2016).


    Ellen was born under the surname Markelz and, when she was seven, her parents and brother were all killed in a car accident that was caused by Jon Dunham driving drunk. To protect his reputation, Jon's father Michael used his money and connections to cover up the accident. Ellen was placed in foster care, only learning years later the coverup of her family's deaths. When she learned about Jon's upcoming marriage, the vengeful Ellen decided to take revenge for her family.


    Ellen began her plan by getting an assistant job at Belle Reve, the perfume company that Michael…



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  • CEDJunior

    Ashlyn (Drink Slay Love)

    September 17, 2017 by CEDJunior

    Ashlyn (Jasmine Sky Sarin) is a (redeemed) villainess from the 2017 Lifetime film, Drink Slay Love (airdate September 16, 2017). She is a mean girl bully at a high school which has teenage vampire Pearl (the main protagonist) as a new student.

    Ashlyn quickly antagonizes Pearl during their first encounter, doing so by mocking her attire. She also bullies Evan and Bethany--after leaving little parking space for the latter. Pearl (as payback) vandalizes Ashlyn's car by smashing the driver's side window, and later in the film, Ashlyn and her group of mean girls confronted Pearl, who offered to pay for the damage. At Pearl's request, Ashlyn gave her address so her parents could pay her personally; though, it was actually a ploy so her vampire pare…

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  • CEDJunior

    Sarah (Supernatural)

    September 16, 2017 by CEDJunior

    'Sarah (Bellamy Young) was a possessed villainess from Supernaturals fifth season opener, "Sympathy for the Devil" (airdate September 10, 2009). In life, she was married to Nick, but before the episode's events, Sarah and her infant child were both murdered by an armed intruder.

    In the episode, Sarah was possessed by Lucifer (who escaped Hell in the Season Four finale) and appeared to Nick, who was in his bedroom still in mourning. The villainess manipulated Nick into believing that God caused the loss of his family, while attempting to coerce him to become the Devil's next vessel. Sarah also claimed that she could help Nick get justice for his family, and that prompted Nick to agree to Lucifer possessing him.


    • Sarah was Lucifer's very first v…

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  • Ezekielfan22

    ' Beth Evans (Anastasia Barzee) was a minor villainess from "The Mystery of the Watery Grave", episode 2.05 of The Mysteries of Laura (airdate October 21, 2015). She was the secretary for Terrence Van Doren, the wealthy head of a New York newspaper, having worked with him for 14 years by the time of the episode's events. When Terrence's wife, Isabel, was seemingly killed after having her car run off the road, Beth provided the detectives with the hate mail her boss received from his polarizing work and revealed that Terrence had one recurring enemy: Wilson Becker, the brother of his first wife Claire, who was said to have drowned in a kayaking accident.

    But over the course of the episode, Terrence was revealed to be a domestic abuser, having…

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  • Ezekielfan22

    Pamela Baker (Orlagh Cassidy) was the villainess of "The Mystery of the Corner Store Crossfire", the season one finale of The Mysteries of Laura (airdate May 20, 2015). Prior to the episode's events, Pamela's 19-year-old daughter was kidnapped and murdered. The man responsible (whose name is never revealed) was put on trial and took a plea deal for a reduced sentence, leading the vengeful Pamela to form a plan to kill him in retribution.

    To do so, Pamela bought a 3D printed plastic gun (which she could sneak past courtroom security) from biker Kyle Dunley, who in turn hired computer genius Joseph Kwon to make it for him. When Joseph attempted to back out of the agreement, Kyle threatened him with a gun at his grandparents' store while he was…

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  • Silversoul90

    Jessie (Pokemon)

    September 9, 2017 by Silversoul90

    Jessie (ムサシ Musashi) is a member of Team Rocket,  more specifically part of a trio with James and Meowth, that follows Ash and his friends around in the Pokémon anime, usually trying to steal Ash's Pikachu in each episodes, always failing, after getting a lot of Pokémon attacks and blasting off in the sky.

    She's a very attractive woman, with long magenta hair and blue eyes, but she is also known to be very vain and is also prone to explosive anger. She values her appearance, and she can get furious when her face or hair is damaged.

    She's usually seen in a customized Team Rocket uniform, which consists of a short white sleeved shirt with a large red R on the middle and a black short-sleeved shirt that reveals her midriff underneath. She wears …

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  • CEDJunior

    Fredericka "Ricki" Carrigan, aka Fredi Kincaid (Sheila Vand), is the titular (tragic and redeemed) villainess from "Fredi," the fourth episode of Minority Report (airdate October 12, 2015).

    Fredi's backstory reveals that she is the sister of Allison Carrigan, who died while on vacation on Labor Day Weekend in 2063. Allison's death was caused by Cayman Bello and Matt Hildebrand giving her drugs, and Cayman had his fixers cover up their roles in Allison's death. Fredi had known that Matt and Cayman were responsible, and before the episode's events, she forced a confession from Matt, before killing him and making it look like a suicide via drug overdose.

    In the episode, Fredi was approached by Dash at a social event, and they instantly bonded; fo…

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  • CEDJunior

    Dina Winters (Azura Skye) is the main villainess from "The Present," the fifth episode of Minority Report (airdate October 19, 2015).


    Dina's backstory revealed that she was a drug-addicted junkie, and in 2048 (17 years before the episode's events), Dina was ordered by her dealer, Lycon, to kill police detective Hamilton Vega (the father of protagonist Lara Vega). On that night, Dina approached Hamilton in a dark alley and shot him to death, making the murder look like a mugging. The villainess took possession of Hamilton's watch after committing the murder.


    In the years that passed, Dina became the director of a rehab facility for criminals, which Vega and Dash visit after the latter sees a vision that possibly shows Vega being killed. The duo…



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