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    ' Morgan Sher aka Tara (Devin Kelley) was the hidden villainess of the 2015 Lifetime film Maid for Murder (alternately titled Swept Under). She was a crime scene cleaner, having gotten into the profession after discovering a suicide victim while working as a hotel maid. During the time of the film, Morgan began helping novice detective Nick Hopewell investigate the murders of Oliver Waxman and Anton Duncan, which appear to be connected in some way, frustrating Nick's partner Ed Braxton--as he resented Morgan for having helped solve one of his previous cases and believed her to be trying to "upstage" him. Over the course of the investigation, Morgan and Nick eventually began to develop a romantic relationship, despite Morgan's initial relucta…

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    Nancy Perkins (Sandra Harrison) was the protagonist villainess from the 1957 horror film, Blood of Dracula. She was a new student at the Sherwood School for Girls, an all-girls boarding school. She was enrolled there by her father and his new wife, Doris (Nancy's stepmother, who Nancy's father married six weeks after the passing of Nancy's mother), much to Nancy's displeasure. In her first night, she is harassed by her dormmates, led by Myra--who is the assistant to chemistry teacher Miss Branding.

    Nancy is recommended by Myra for Miss Branding's experiment, which includes the belief that there is a "terrible power" within humanity that is strong enough to destroy the world. She is later burned by a chemical after Myra and Nola switched them …

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    Marcia Worthman (Sarayu Blue) was a minor recurring villainess from the first season of ABC's The Real O'Neals. She was the snobbish and gossipy neighbor of the titular O'Neal family, and the longtime rival of Eileen O'Neal. In the pilot episode of the series, when Eileen's closeted son Kenny broke the toilet trying to flush condoms while on a date with his girlfriend Mimi Waxberg, she began spreading a rumor that she and Kenny had had sex. She was also present for when all the O'Neals' secrets were revealed, primarily Kenny coming out of the closet and Eileen revealing that she and her husband Pat were getting a divorce, later condescendingly sympathizing with Eileen and sending her ham-based foods (which was mean to serve as an insult to…

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    Lillian Siefeld (Ann Dowd) was a minor villainess from "Lead", episode 10.15 of Law & Order: SVU (airdate March 10, 2009). She was a nurse at Denslow Hospital and was the head nurse for Dr. Gilbert Keppler, who turned out to be a ephebophile who molested several of his teenage patients. When Lillian walked in on Keppler in the midst of molesting one of his victims, Dale Overton, she reported the incident to Human Resources. But instead of punishing the doctor, Lillian was told by Logan Coldwell (the hospital's attorney) that they would not report Keppler to the police on the grounds that he would deny everything during trial. When Lillian threatened to go to the police herself, Coldwell told her that he would fire her and take away her hea…

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    ' Jackie Blaine aka Harold Franklin (Aisha Hinds) was the villainess of "Transitions", episode 10.14 of Law & Order: SVU (airdate February 17, 2009). She was the the guidance counselour at Lincoln Middle School. Hailey Van Kuren was a student she often had to talk to, as she was a male-to-female transgendered teen who faced both harassment from her peers and disapproval from her father Mark. When Mark was near fatally attacked, Hailey became a prime suspect and confessed to detectives Olivia Benson and Elliot Stabler in Jackie's presence, much to her shock.

    Later on, though, Hailey revealed that she only confessed to keep the SVU squad from uncovering her work with an underground group of transgendered people who stole medication from warehou…

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    Liz Rinaldi (Michelle Ray Smith) was a minor villainess from "Snatched", episode 10.13 of Law & Order: SVU (airdate February 3, 2009). She was previously married to Geno Parnell, with whom she had a daughter named Rosie. When Geno was sent to prison for having sex with an underage girl he met at a bar (her having lied about her age), Liz ended their relationship during a visit with him. Geno assaulted Liz, leading her to terminate Geno's parental rights. Liz later on married Pete, who appeared to be a loving husband.

    When Rosie was kidnapped, Liz and Pete immediately fingered Geno as her abductor, which was supported by photos proving Geno had broken the restraining order placed against him. But later, a secret of Liz's was discovered: her f…

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    Jennifer Banks (Sarah Hyland) was the villainess of "Hothouse", episode 10.12 of Law & Order: SVU (airdate January 13, 2009). She was a wealthy and intellectually gifted 14-year-old girl. She was a student at Morewood, a private school specifically for intellectually proficient students. She was the roommate and best friend of Elsa Lychkoff, who was found dead in the Hudson River in the beginning of the episode.

    When first questioned by Detectives Olivia Benson and Elliot Stabler, Jennifer claimed that she and Elsa were close and insinuated that Elsa's abusive father Joseph was her murderer. But after security footage showed that Joseph was at a casino at the time of Elsa's murder, Benson and Stabler learned from Elsa's friend Danny Burke th…

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    Marlene Rosten (Amy Spanger) was the secondary villainess of "PTSD", episode 10.09 of Law & Order: SVU (airdate Decemember 2, 2008). She was the wife of Lieutenant Gary Rosten, who raped and impregnated Jessica Crewes, a soldier in his unit. When Gary told Marlene about the incident, he called Jessica the "camp slut" and that he had had made a mistake. Marlene wanted to confront Jessica about the rape, but was initially unable to when Jessica went awol to avoid Gary's wrath.

    After finding Jessica's phone number from her friend in base personnel, Marlene called Jessica and claimed that she wanted to talk to her in person about what Gary had done to her, claiming she wanted to protect her children if Gary was really a rapist. But in actuality,…

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    ' Caroline Cresswell aka Linnie Malcolm (Brenda Blethyn) was the main villainess of "Persona", episode 10.08 of Law & Order: SVU (airdate November 25, 2008).


    When Caroline was 17, she met Vincent Cresswell at an anti-war protest, which Vincent wrote poetry for. Caroline fell in love with Vincent and the two eventually married, but after the war ended and Vincent's poetry was no longer accepted, Vincent turned to drugs and alcohol to cope--and took his rage out on Caroline through physical and emotional abuse. He also bought a pistol and told Caroline that he would eventually kill her and himself with it.

    One night, Vincent brutally raped Caroline after discovering the money she had been saving up to escape him. Finally having had enough of he…


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    Carol (Charity Henson) was the secondary villainess of "Inconceivable", episode 9.14 of Law & Order: SVU (airdate January 22, 2008). She was a receptionist of the Hudson Cryobank who, prior to the episode, was contacted by conversative activists James and Victoria Grall, who were both opposed to the work being done at the cryobank. After talking to them on multiple occasions and reading their literature, Carol came to agree with their beliefs--and agreed to aid them in a plot to steal a tank of embryos so they could draw more publicity to their cause.

    Carol's role in the plot was to convince the cryobank's janitor, Enrique Diaz, not to come into work on the day of the robbery so Victoria could sneak in posing as a janitor in order to steal…
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    Victoria Grall (Janine Turner) was the main villainess of "Inconceivable", episode 9.14 of Law & Order: SVU (airdate January 22, 2008). Alongside her husband James Grall, Victoria founded the Value Defense Leauge, a conservative activism group. Both Victoria and James were morally opposed to fertility clinics and cryobanks, as they would typically either destroy unwanted or diseased embryos or donate them to science. To generate publicity for their organization's cause, the nefarious couple plotted to steal a tank of frozen eggs from Hudson Cryobank, enlisting the help of receptionist Carol. Victoria stuck into the cryobank late at night disguised as a janitor and hid in an observation room until morning to steal the eggs. While making off…

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    Yamad (Maria Fiore) is the leader of the Amazon army in the 1963 film, "Thor and the Amazon Women", which was originally titled "Le Gladiatricl".

    Yamad is the Captain General for The Black Queen (Janine Hendy), who has subjugated the men in her land, and built up a powerful Amazon warrior force. As a form of entertainment, the Black Queen enslaves captive women and forces them to fight each other. Women who refuse to fight are executed by the Evil Queen's guards. 

    The Sybil, which is a religious advisor to the Queen foretells her that a strong man with the strength of 101 of her warrior women will overthrow her crown. Therefore, she asks the help from anyone in her land who can tell her who this strongman is and if they can capture him.

    One o…

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    Lauren Ridgeway (Catherine Hicks) is the main villainess from "Guardian Angel," episode 1.14 of Diagnosis Murder, (airdate April 1, 1994). She was the wife of L.A. mayor George Ridgeway, and at a gathering, she briefly encountered Mark Sloan before stating that she had to leave due to a migraine.

    Later that night, however, Lauren broke into an apartment owned by Benjamin Strand, who despises the mayor, and took two things: Strand's handgun and a small statue. On her way out, Lauren accidentally ran over a homeless man, but drives away from the scene. Back home, Lauren called Strand and posed as a reporter (based on a letter written to Strand); telling him to meet him at a parking garage. At the garage, Lauren confronted George and shot him t…

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    Cass Magnall (Laura Allen) was the secondary villainess of "Alternate", the season 9 premiere of Law & Order: SVU (airdate September 25, 2007). She was the sister of Janis Donovan, who, along with Cass, was abused by their father as children while their mother stood by and did nothing. Janis ran away from home when she was 16, leaving Cass to take the brunt of the abuse. Later in life, Cass gave birth to her daughter April and her childhood trauma resulted in her turning to drugs. This led to Cass being imprisoned for trying to buy heroin from an undercover cop, leaving April in the care of her sister.

    While in prison, the evil Cass began colluding with Janis via letters to murder their parents. To do so, the sisters schemed to make it appear…

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    Janis Donovan (Cynthia Nixon) was the main villainess of "Alternate", the season 9 premiere of Law & Order: SVU (airdate September 25, 2007). She was the sister of Cass Magnall who, along with Janis, was abused by their father as children while their mother stood by and did nothing. Janis ran away from home when she was 16, leaving Cass to take the brunt of the abuse. Years later, when Cass was in prison for trying to buy heroin from an undercover cop, the siblings began plotting to murder their parents in revenge.

    To do so, Janis and Cass decided to make it appear that Janis was suffering from DID (Dissociative Identity Disorder), with each doing research on the subject to successfully fool the police and Dr. Henry Carlisle, the therapist Jan…

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    ' Denise Pikering aka Cassandra Sullivan (Misti Traya) was the hidden villainess of "Pretend", episode 8.21 of Law & Order: SVU (airdate May 15, 2007).


    Denise was born in Detroit in 1979 and grew up in an abusive home. At sixteen, she was arrested for shoplifting and was placed in foster care after her home situation was discovered. Denise was placed in the foster home of Jeannie Hayes, where she felt happy and loved. When Denise aged out of the system at eighteen, she was unprepared for being on her own and was left homeless. Denise began to manipulate her way back into foster care, sleeping in public areas so the police would pick her up so she could claim she was sixteen and be placed back in the system. Denise would go under different alias…


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    Julia Millfield (Kim Delaney) was a recurring villainess from the 8th season of Law & Order: SVU, appearing in episode 8.16, "Philadelphia" (airdate February 27, 2007) and episode 8.19, "Florida" (aridate May 1, 2007).


    Julia was the sister of Carrie Millfield, who attended a school dance with classmate Simon Marsden when they were teenagers. Unbeknownst to Julia, their father had molested Carrie as a child, and Simon kissing her that night caused her to breakdown upon reliving the abuse. Soon after, Carrie dropped out of school and turned to drugs to deal with the trauma, and Julia believed that Simon was to blame.

    Later in life, Julia became a police captain and reencountered Simon during a murder investigation for which Simon provided DNA …


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    Reagan Michaels (Leven Rambin) was a minor villainess from "Responsible", episode 8.18 of Law & Order: SVU (airdate April 3, 2007). She was a popular student at Hanover Day School and friends with classmates Jordan Owens, Mark Schroeffel, and Luke Young. Reagan and her friends threw many parties and often were provided alcohol by Lillian Rice, the mother of her classmate Becca Rice.

    After convincing Becca to give her the keys to a house she was dogsitting for, Reagan and her friends had a party at the house--during which Conneticut teen Melanie Tamkin died of alcohol poisoning. Reagan and her friends panicked and left Melanie to die, not wanting to get in trouble for drinking, and lied to the detectives about being at the party. The four tee…

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    Lillian Rice (Laura Leighton) was the main villainess of "Responsible", episode 8.18 of Law & Order: SVU (airdate April 3, 2007). She was the mother of Hanover Day School student Becca Rice, having been left to raise her alone after her husband had an affair with his secretary. Lillian turned to alcohol to help her with her problems, and also began encouraging Becca to drink when she caught her doing the same. After that, Lillian began using alcohol to help her daughter become popular, believing it was helping Becca's self-esteem and keeping her friends safe from people who would take advantage of them at bars. Lillian also secretly began a sexual relationship with Jordan Owens, a classmate of Becca's who she tutored.

    SVU detectives Olivia B…

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    Vanessa (Cara DeLizia) is the possessed villainess from "The Howler," the third episode of The Nightmare Room (airdate September 29, 2001). She and her friends, Charlie and Spencer, were at a novelty shop, where Spencer purchases a machine known as The Howler.

    The Howler a machine designed to contact the dead, and later on, Vanessa pranks Charlie and Spencer when they try out the device. The machine operates while the trio are asleep, and they see the ghosts of three boys who disappeared in "The Pit," an abandoned construction site. The trio operated The Howler again at The Pit, which leads to the ghosts attempting to possess them. Only Vanessa ended up by possessed by one of the spirits, Jason Simmons.

    Following the events, Vanessa attempts to…

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    Karina Frye was a secondary villainess of "Killer's Kiss", book #42 of R.L. Stine's original Fear Street series. She was an aspiring singer and the rival of classmate Delia Easton, her former best friend. As well as competing for a college scholarship, Karina and Delia were also both dating Vincent Milano (though both were unaware of the other). Karina first found out that Delia was seeing Vincent when he came to his house right after Delia left, seeing a kiss mark on Vincent's cheek in Delia's purple lipstick. Karina slapped Vincent in anger and stormed out, later getting into a fight with Delia at school where she tore her earring off, tearing her lobe. Later on, when Delia had her friend Britty talk to Karina, she figured out what was g…

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    Salumeh Farooq (Necar Zadegan) is the main antagonist from "Dishonor," episode 8.18 of CSI: Miami (airdate March 22, 2010). She is the wife of Rahim Farooq and the mother of their daughter, Maya, who was dating Iraq War vet Brian Nassir. Maya had confided in Salumeh regarding the relationship, as she believed that her father would immensely disprove. Their fears were correct, as Rahim had arranged Maya to be married to another man, and he set out to kill his daughter for breaking their tradition.

    Fearing for her daughter's safety, Salumeh followed Rahim to Brian's garage, where a violent confrontation took place. Rahim was found burned to death at the garage, with both Brian and Maya as suspects. However, it was revealed that Rahim was only le…

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    Alma Cordoza (Marlyne Afflack) was a minor villainess from "Cage", episode 8.08 of Law & Order: SVU. She was an employee of Ignatius Petty Adoption Agency, an unqualified agency that did little background checks on their children and adoptive parents. After the adoptive parents of two of their children, Eden and Marc, returned them to the agency, Alma enlisted the help of ex-con Frank Hovis to drive them to Brooklyn. For the ride, Alma handcuffed Eden and Marc to their seats to prevent them from running. But as they drove, Frank became distracted and crashed the car into the ocean. Panicked, Alma fled the scene, losing one of her shoes in the process. Frank was also able to escape with his life after releasing Eden and Marc, who also survi…

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    Jamie Hoskins (Brittany Snow) was the main villainess of "Influence", the season 7 finale of Law & Order: SVU. She was a popular and intelligent 16-year-old prep school student who, unlike most of her peers, refrained from the heavy sexual activity of her classmates. A year prior to the episode, Jamie was diagnosed with bipolar and prescribed medication, but stopped taking them after listening to the rhetoric of Derek Lord, a rock star who was openly against psychotherapy and medications for the mentally ill.

    Now hypersexual due to not being on her medicine, Jamie decided to have sex with her classmate Trevor Olson. After learning that he had a policy against having sex with virgins, Jamie arranged a sexual tryst with her friends Danny Morr…

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    Mia Bixton (Shahidah McIntosh) was a secondary villainess from "Fat", episode 7.20 of Law & Order: SVU. She was the sister of Kenny and Rudi Bixton, the latter having been brutally attacked by Jessica DeLay and Tommy Strahan, two of Mia and Kenny's classmates. The attack left Rudi with a broken arm and leg, which cost him his job.

    Mia discovered that Jessica was her brother's attacker when she saw her wearing Rudi's baseball cap, which she said she'd gotten from "a fat slob stinking up the park bench". Angered, Mia and Kenny kidnapped and attacked Jessica in revenge of her assault on Rudi, cutting off her finger in retribution of Rudi losing three due to his diabetes. When Jessica called Mia a pig and that pigs shouldn't be allowed to breed…

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    Jessica DeLay (Rooney Mara) was the main villainess of "Fat", episode 7.20 of Law & Order: SVU. She was a popular and ambitious 16-year-old student at Coretta Scott King High School and worked for the Manhattan Health Department, going undercover to expose stores that sold cigarettes to teens illegally. She also had a vicious vendetta against overweight people, shown by her and her friend Tommy Strahan brutally beating up Rudi Bixton when he fell asleep on a park bench on his way home from work. Jessica additionally stole Rudi's baseball cap and recorded Tommy as he beat Rudi, later posting the video online. The assault left Rudi with a broken arm and leg, costing him his job.After Rudi's sister Mia, one of Jessica's classmates, discovered t…

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    Pearl Burton (Alex Borstein) was the villainess of "Brian Wallows and Peter's Swallows", episode 3.17 of Family Guy. From 1945 to 1960, Pearl was a famous and wealthy singer, best known for singing commercial jingles. Pearl eventually tried to break into the opera world with a performance of Habanara from "Carmen" at Carnegie Hall, but was booed offstage by her disapproving fans. Heartbroken, Pearl became a shut-in and was presumed dead after spending 30 years without leaving her house.

    During the events of the episode, Brian Griffin was forced to become Pearl's houseaid after received a DUI charge. By then, Pearl had become a bitter and insulting woman, constantly berating Brian and threatening to call the judge if he didn't do as she aske…

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    Janet Tubbs (Niecy Nash) was the main villainess of "Another Bad Thanksgiving", episode 2.07 of The Cleveland Show. She was the diva-ish sister of Donna Tubbs and had a history of reckless and irresponsible behavior, even in her teenage years. She also had a long line of flings, one of which was a pastor with whom she had two sons, Brian and DeBrian.

    During the episode, Janet came to visit Donna for Thanksgiving, and immediately began subtly boasting of her extravagant lifestyle. It was also shown to be an inattentive mother, resulting in her sons being out-of-control troublemakers, and was on estranged terms with Donna's husband Cleveland Brown. Cleveland set up Janet with his neighbor Holt Richter, which led to a tryst between the two tha…

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    Deborah Boyd (Mary Beth Peil) was a villainess from "Alien", episode 7.11 of Law & Order: SVU. She and her husband, Oliver, were the grandparents of 8-year-old Emma Boyd, who was being raised by their daughter Kate and her girlfriend Zoe Dunlop. Deborah was visibly uncomfortable with the fact that their daughter was a lesbian and was often in conflict with Zoe. During the time of the episode, Kate was in the hospital dying of lupus, and Zoe rejected Deobrah's attempt to take custody of Emma and had Kate write her will to make sure she retained custody of Emma after her death.

    During the course of the episode, Emma snapped and stabbed her classmate Sean Hamill with a pair of scissors, leaving him paralyzed. Once it was proved that Sean's vic…

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    Judy Carlton (Adriane Lenox) was the secondary villainess of "Rockabye", episode 7.09 of Law & Order: SVU. She was a nurse for the Manhattan Women's Sexual Health Clinic, which was run by Dr. Lett. In actuality, though, the clinic was fradulant and Dr. Lett was a pro-life fanatic who opened the fake clinic to prevent abortions. Judy assisted in the scheme at the villainous doctor's insistence.

    When pregnant teenager Lauren Westley came to the clinic, Judy and Dr. Lett delayed giving her an appointment until she passed 24 weeks of pregnancy, which would make it impossible for her to have an abortion. Judy even altered Lauren's temperature at one point to claim that her fever was why she couldn't receive an abortion. Judy was heavily distress…

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    Lauren Westley (Keri Lynn Pratt) was the main villainess of "Rockabye", episode 7.09 of Law & Order: SVU. She was the daughter of Phillip Westley, for whom she took the "Golden Promise" to remain abstinent. But despite this, Lauren began a secret relationship with classmate Wayne Mortens. After learning that she was pregnant with Wayne's child, Lauren became desperate to abort the baby, fearing her father's wrath if he learned she had had sex, as he had previously disowned Lauren's sister when she became pregnant.

    After numerous attempts to terminate her pregnancy failed, Lauren and Wayne went to New York City and attempted to receive an abortion from the Manhattan Women's Sexual Health Clinic. But unbeknownst to the young couple, the clini…

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    Rebecca Eaves (Amanda Brooks) is a villainess from "Help Wanted," episode 4.05 of Longmire (airdate September 10, 2015). She is the wife of Gareth Eaves (an Army veteran suffering from PTSD), and the mother of their son, Eli. 

    Rebecca was shown as one of the many Army wives in a support group conducted by Dr. Donna Sue Monaghan. However, Rebecca was also the lone female in a triumvirate who robbed a warehouse that carried anti-depressants. The group was led by Mark Van Zandt and also consisted of Greg Collette, who participated due to his wife, Brandi (an Army vet), committing suicide due to being denied medication for her PTSD. During the armed robbery, Rebecca and Greg donned ski masks, and the former shot security guard Lee McKinnon (non-f…

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    Carrie Lynn Eldridge (Danielle Panabaker) was the main villainess of "Intoxicated", episode 6.19 of Law & Order: SVU. She was the daughter of Denise Eldridge, who became an abusive alcoholic following Carrie's father abandoning her when she became pregnant. She was also the girlfriend of Justin Sharp, who Denise greatly disapproved of due to what happened with her husband.

    One day, Denise caught Carrie and Justin in bed together kissing, resulting in her reporting him to the police for statutory rape (as Justin was 21 while Carrie was 15). When detectives Benson and Stabler arrived, Carrie denied having sex with Justin and claimed they only kissed. After being questioned at the station house, Carrie was confronted by Denise, who accused Jus…

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    'Shiori Igawa (Michelle Krusiec) is the main villainess from "War Eagle," the second episode of Longmires fourth season (airdate September 10, 2015). She is an ER nurse and the granddaughter of Birdy, who was held in an internment camp for Japanese-Americans during the latter half of WWII. Birdy was the mother of Francis Igawa, but it was also revealed that a guard at the camp slept with Birdy and conceived a son, Thorvin Hampton. Thorvin visited Shiori and revealed himself as her father's half-brother, and wanted to spend time with both Francis and Shiori.

    However, Shiori had nothing but anger towards Thorvin; not only because of the sins of his father, but also because of Thorvin's plan to open a museum on the land where War Eagle (the camp…

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    Julia Brinn (Angelica Page) was the hidden villainess of "Quarry", episode 6.13 of Law & Order: SVU. She was the wife of Deacon Brinn who, unbeknownst to her, had been molested by his pedophilic Little League coach Lucas Briggs when he was 13. This led Deacon to become a child molestor himself, with his victims including his friends Avery Shaw and Jeffrey Ronsen (who he also murdered). Years later, Deacon continued to molest boys, making video tapes of himself committing the abuse. When Julia began to notice Deacon's lack of attraction to her, she began to suspect something.

    When the SVU squad's investigation into Jeffrey's murder (sparked by Avery sending an anonymous letter to Olivia Benson), Julia learned about her husband's past trauma …

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    Michele Osborne (Lea Thompson) was the main villainess of "Birthright", the season 6 premiere of Law & Order: SVU. She was the wife of Steven Osborne, who died in a horrific car accident along with their daughter Anna. Unbeknownst to Michele, however, her fertility doctor, Dr. Stanley Norton, implanted some of her embryos into another one of his patients, Sarah Branson, among other unnamed women. This resulted in Sarah giving birth to a young girl she named Patty, who was biologically Anna's sister. When Michele saw Patty at a playground and recognized her as her biological child, she became adamant on returning her home by whatever means necessary.

    To do so, Michele hired private investigators Peter Carson and Kenneth Pratt to watch and ev…

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    Meredith Rice (Stacy Edwards) was the villainess of "Head", the season 5 finale of Law & Order: SVU. She was a middle school principal and had previously been a devoted teacher. Unbeknownst to Meredith, she was suffering from a brain tumor that had a drastic impact on her personality, causing her to become short-tempered and sexually aggressive with her husband and less fluent in her job. She also started having pedophilic thoughts, leading her to have be inappropriate with two students before starting a sexual affair with 6th grader Shane Madden, who consented to the relationship (the decision stemming from his troubled relationship to his alcoholic mother). They had an encounter in the bathroom during a soccer game of Shane's, which was …

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    Louise Durning (Ann Dowd) was the villainess of "Victims", episode 2.13 of Law & Order: SVU. She was a social worker who worked for the State Street Clinic. She was the counselor for rapists Thomas Marchak and Trent Moss, both of whom were positive for HIV. During a session, Marchak accidentally revealed how he had been having sex with his girlfriend Gloria Palmera without disclosing his HIV status, Louise tried to get him to tell her. When he kept refusing to, Louise told her herself, with Gloria only believing her after she tested positive for the disease. Furious at Marchak for what he did to Gloria, the vengeful Louise shot Marchak to death. She also killed Moss to prevent him from doing the same thing.

    Towards the end of the episode, G…

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    Marylin Thacker (Swoosie Kurtz) was the villainess of "Failure is not a Factory-Installed Option", episode 2.03 of American Dad. She was the wife of lieutenant Eddie Thacker. During the episode, Eddie came across the infamous "Golden Turd" among the debris of the suicide of its' previous owner Jim (who had killed himself by driving his car onto the train tracks after killing his friend Mikey to keep the gold for himself and finding out his wife was cheating on him). 

    Eddie snuck the gold into his coat and took it home to Marylin, who marveled at the sight and gushed about how they could buy a home in Boca to retire in. But the guilt-ridden Eddie insisted that he needed to do the right thing and return the gold to the police, causing Marylin…

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    Amy Solwey (Marlee Matlin) was the villainess of "Painless", episode 5.22 of Law & Order: SVU. She was an in-vitro fertilization specialist suffering from Alport's syndrome, a rare gentic disease that left her deaf and eventually caused kidney disease that would eventually kill her if she didn't receive a transplant. Her disorder left Amy in constant pain and strugglin with suicidal thoughts. To cope, Amy started a blog documenting her struggles, and it was on her blog that a woman expressed a desire to kill herself. When Amy told her to get help and be happy she wasn't physically ill like her, the woman asked her who she was to judge whose suffering was worse. Amy took that to heart and began spreading the message that suicide was a perso…

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    Barbara Bollman (Gabrielle Carteris) is the main villainess from "Party's Over," episode 2.05 of Longmire (airdate June 24, 2013). She is the mother of Justin Bollman, who was dating Tanya Dove, a teenage MMA fighter.

    Late one night, while Justin was at a party, Barbara (who was under the influence of hydrocodone, which was prescribed to her) heard someone inside her home and grabbed a gun and pointed it at the intruder. She later fired and killed who she believed was a burglar, but she later saw that it was Tanya, who was in the bathroom looking to take Barbara's pills. Realizing that she had killed her son's girlfriend, Barbara covered up the murder by placing a rug over Tanya's body and dumping the body in an alley, and later covered the bu…

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    Liz Pitt (The Pitts)

    July 16, 2017 by CEDJunior

    Liz Pitt (Kellie Waymire; 1967-2003) is the matriarch of the titular Pitt family from the short-lived Fox sitcom, The Pitts. Liz served as the main villainess in the third episode, "Squarewolves" (airdate April 13, 2003).

    In the episode, Liz and Bob attacked by wolves while the family is out late at night. On the following night, Liz turned into a werewolf, as did Bob, and both of them prowled around in their bestial forms. The couple woke up the next morning with no memory of their werewolf transformations, until Faith and Pete showed them taped evidence. Liz and Bob attempted to chain themselves up before nightfall, but when the full moon rose, the couple transformed and escaped. Faith and Pete find their werewolf parents at a nearby animal…

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    Neena Wapasha (Kimberly Guerrero) is the villainess from "Miss Cheyenne," episode 3.03 of Longmire (airdate June 16, 2014).

    Neena Wapasha is a former Miss Cheyenne pageant winner who was judging the current contest with Walt Longmire, who was on a case regarding the murder of Dr. Ben Mallory, as well as Ben's brother. Neena was later shown at the final scenes outside the pageant ceremony, which was won by Lilly Stillwater, and she was performing the dance ritual when she was encountered by Walt, who revealed Neena as the killer.

    After winning the Miss Cheyenne pageant, Neena underwent a hernia operation, which was performed by the murdered brothers' father, Dr. Oren Mallory. During the procedure, Dr. Mallory sterilized Neena without her consent…

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    Fang (Emily Meade) is the minor antagonist in the 2010 horror film My Soul To Take. She is the older sister and nemesis of the film's protagonist Adam 'Bug' Hellerman.

    Fang was born Leah Plenkov, the daughter Abel and Sarah Plenkov in the fictional town of Riverton. Abel soon discovered that he was the notorious  serial killer called The Riverton Ripper. Abel tried to get his pregnant his wife and daughter out of the house, but his alter ego caused him to murder her right infront of Leah.  Plenkov then saved his unborn child. Plenkov was then shot by the police and taken to the hosptial, the very same night that seven children were born.  Leah and her brother who was named Adam were then taken in by their late mother's' sister Mae Hellerman. …

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    Agnes Linsky (Lindsay Hollister) was a villainess from "Mean", episode 5.17 of Law & Order: SVU. She was a student at Tanner Day Academy and was a target for bullying from the school's most popular clique, which consisted of Emily Sullivan, Brittany O'Malley, Andrea Kent, and Paige Summerbee. Her mother died when she was nine, but Emily spread a rumor that she'd really left because of how ugly Agnes was. Emily's other acts of cruelty against Agnes included: pretending to be Agnes' crush online and humilating her when she tried to talk to him in person, acting as her friend on occasions only to use it against her, and sending her numerous insulting text messages. Agnes' father Pat reported Emily and her friends to Principal Andrew Kilgore a…

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    ' Clara (Diane Farr) was the villainess of the 2017 film 12 Feet Deep (originally titled The Deep End; alternately known as 12 Feet Deep: Trapped Sisters). Little is officially revealed about her past, but it is revealed that Clara was previously in prison and was currently on parole, and was struggling financially. It was also implied that she had a daughter who died before the events of the movie. She began working part-time as the night janitor for Ketea Public Pool--though the beginning of the movie showed Clara being fired after the manager caught her trying to steal money from the lost-and-found. 

    When Clara found sisters Bree and Jonna trapped in the pool after closing, having been trapped under the plexiglass while retrieving Bree's …

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    Debra Connor (Jane Seymour) was the villainess of "Families", episode 5.15 of Law & Order: SVU. She was the wealthy (and somewhat snobbish) wife of Jason Connor and the mother of their teeange son Aiden. She was the former best friend of Susan Coyle, but when she made constant excuses for not meeting her husband Barry, Debra ended the friendship under the belief that Susan thought herself as too good for her family. But in reality, Susan and Jason were in a relationship and Jason was the father of Susan's daughter Shannon. Prior to the episode's events, Shannon died when she slipped and hit her head as Jason was telling her that he was his daughter and that Aiden, who she was dating, was her half-brother. 

    Debra discovered her husband's sec…

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    Evelyn Prichard (Cynthia Ettinger) was the hidden villainess of "Shaken", episode 5.10 of Law & Order: SVU. She was the mother of the young Lucy Prichard, and was left a financially struggling single mother after her husband died of a heart attack. She worked for an advertising agency and was the lover of her married boss Drew Farmer. To care for Lucy while she worked long hours, Evelyn hired babysitter Sarah Rendell, being unable to afford a more experienced caregiver. 

    When Lucy collapsed at the playground and was left in a coma, Evelyn appeared distraught upon arriving at the hospital and was comforted by Detective Stabler. Over the course of the investigation, after it was revealed that Lucy's injuries were caused from being shaken in t…

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    Juliet Barclay (Jacqueline Bissett) was the hidden main villainess of "Control", episode 5.09 of Law & Order: SVU. She was the mother of Hilary Barclay and the wealthy owner of an antique store. After Hilary become a drug and alcohol addict after being kidnapped and held prisoner for years by Horace Gorman, Juliet cut off contact with her daughter, a sentiment that was strengthened by Hilary stealing from Juliet to fund her drug habit. When Hilary initially tried to tell her mother what had happened to her, she refused to believe her due to her drug abuse. However, after learning that Hilary was telling the truth and had castrated Gorman after stalking him, she decided she would do what she had to do protect her daughter and redeem herself…

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    Hilary Barclay (Samantha Mathis) was the secondary villainess of "Control", episode 5.09 of Law & Order: SVU. Some years prior to the episode's events, Hilary was kidnapped and held captive in a dungeon by serial abductor Horace Gorman, who raped and beat her as a means of keeping control over her. After a few years, Gorman let Hilary go free and she turned to drugs and alcohol to cope with the trauma. Her alcoholism was what caused both her mother Juliet and SVU detective Olivia Benson to disbelieve her claims, allowing Gorman to go on to kidnap and torture other women.

    After finding Gorman, Hilary began stalking him, waiting for the right moment to kill him. When Gorman spotted her in a subway, Hilary threatened to report him to the polic…

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