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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 into a villainess, ransacking the school while continuously howling. After Scott's transformation, the evil Wagner engaged in a scuffle with Scott, before the la…

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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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  • Slasherfred

    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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  • GotDammitJanet

    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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  • Ezekielfan22


    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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  • Ezekielfan22

    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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  • Ezekielfan22

    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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  • Ezekielfan22

    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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  • CEDJunior

    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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  • CEDJunior

    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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  • Ezekielfan22

    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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  • Rfg32

    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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  • Ezekielfan22

    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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  • Ezekielfan22

    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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  • CEDJunior

    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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  • Ezekielfan22

    Avery Keller (Hunter King) was the main villainess of the 2015 film A Girl Like Her. She was a student at an affluent high school and the former best friend of Jessica Burns, their friendship seemingly ending when Jessica refused to help Avery cheat on a test. Avery began to viciously and relentlessly bully Jessica, harassing her at school and sending her several hateful texts and emails. Eventually, the harassment drove Jessica to attempt suicide via overdose, leaving the girl in a coma. A documentary crew at the school (having been called when the school was named the 10th best in the country) began to investigate what drove Jessica to try and kill herself, and Avery claimed that she and Jessica were friendly despite what other students sa…

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  • CEDJunior

    Sheila (Embeth Davidtz) is a villainess from Army of Darkness, the third film in the Evil Dead series. She is the sister of one of King Arthur's fallen knights, and the girlfriend of Ash Williams in the film. Sheila originally despised Ash, as she believed that he was one of Henry the Red's men. After it was shown that Ash is the Chosen One, transported to the Middle Ages to fight evil, Sheila eventually became smitten with him. She became heartbroken after Ash preferred to go back to his own time after acquiring the Necronomicon, rather than fight against the returning dead and Evil Ash, who were resurrected due to Ash fumbling the phrase "Klaatu barada nikto," which would have allowed him to acquire the book safely. After walking away fro…

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  • E2517

    White She-Devil is a redeemed villainess from the 2002 comedy Undercover Brother. She is portrayed by Denise Richards. 

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  • Ezekielfan22

    Alexa (Katherine Bailess) was the main villainess of the 2003 musical comedy From Justin To Kelly. She was the best friend of Kelly and Kaya, and had a reputation for being a party girl that she secretly disliked. The three girls decide to go to Miami for spring break, with Alexa excited by the fact that BR&J Entertainment would be there throwing parties and other events. She was instantly attracted to Justin, one member of the group, and is shocked to learn that he is interested in Kelly (who is not as into the spring break party scene as Alexa).

    Alexa seizes the opportunity to get Justin for herself when he asks to get Kelly's number, having lost it when she gave it to him herself, instead giving him her own number to intercept his texts to…

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  • CEDJunior

    Susan Mailer (Castle)

    March 21, 2017 by CEDJunior

    Susan Mailer (Jillian Armentante) is the secondary (redeemed) villainess from "Ghosts," episode 1.08 of Castle. She was part of an eco-terrorist group that consisted of Jared Swanstrum and Cynthia Dern, and after the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill, the three of them colluded to plant a bomb on an oil tanker. Swanstrum built the bomb, while Cynthia and Susan planned to plant the bomb.

    However, the ship's captain, Sam Pike, got on board after the bomb was placed, causing a snag in the plan. Susan wanted to go back and defuse the bomb, not wanting harm to come to Pike, but Cynthia wanted the plan to go through and escaped while Susan went back. The bomb went off, crippling Pike and (assumingly) killing Susan. In actuality, Susan had survived the bombin…

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    Shelly (Pokemon)

    March 19, 2017 by Shsdss5043

    Shelly is a woman, with a long hair. Shelly has curly red hair and eyes. Shelly wears a blue bandanna with the Team Aqua emblem on it, a sleeveless blue vest, a pair of blue gloves, orange shoes and blue pants with orange circles. Shelly also has a pair of grey earrings.


    Shelly, being a commander of Team Aqua, is an elusive woman. She uses intimidation and threats to accomplish things she is ordered to. She also values Archie in a high regard and would protect him and obey his commands. She also has some rivalry with Tabitha of Team Magma and would battle him whenever they face each other.


    Shelly came with her team to a cave on Dewford Island. Together, they dived in towards an ancient building, inside the cave, where they found Tabitha and …




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  • CEDJunior

    Chelsea Brown, aka James Nielsen (Rosario Dawson) is the true main protagonist villainess and the deuteragonist of the 2014 film, Top Five. She is a single mother and a reporter who conducts a close interview with actor/comedian Andre Allen. Unbeknownst to Andre, Chelsea followed Andre's career and wrote several scathing reviews blasting his movies, doing so under the pen name, James Nielsen. Regarding her personal life, Chelsea has an interesting sexual history, admitting to have slept with men of various races. She added "gay" to the list after she and Andre found out about her current boyfriend's preference for men.

    As the interview progressed, Chelsea and Andre developed feelings for each other, but it was at a bar that Andre learned Chels…

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  • CEDJunior

    Amanda Daniels (Wylie Small) is a villainess in "The Five People You Meet in Hell," the second episode of Night Stalker (airdate October 6, 2005). She is a high profile judge who convicted cult leader/serial killer Damon Caylor, who has been exacting revenge from behind bars with the hypnotic phrase, "You know what you have to do," sending the phrase to those who were responsible for his incarceration, which not only included Amanda, but Carl Kolchak's partner, Perri White.

    Amanda turned heel and fell under Caylor's hypnotic spell as she was preparing dinner at home, while her husband, Colin, was watching basketball. Amanda snarled at Colin to turn the TV down, but he doesn't hear her. Amanda's daughter calls her over to show her something she…

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  • Ezekielfan22

    Jane Bullard (Kathleen McNenny) was the minor villainess of "Bombshell", the 19th episode of the 12th season of Law & Order: SVU. She was the wife of Jerry Bullard. In an attempt to reinvigorate their sex life, Jane and Jerry joined a swing club, which seemed to help. But soon, Jerry started going to the club without Jane to have an affair with Cassandra Davina, a manipulative seductress who charmed Jerry into showering her with gifts and money.

    When Jane found out about her husband's infidelity along with the fact that he'd been using up all their money on Cassandra (even going as far as to take money out of their daughter Janette's college fund), Jane went out and got drunk one night to cope. Intoxicated and angry, Jane went to the club and…

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  • Shsdss5043

    In the film, she was first presented as a girl who was in at Sam Witwicky's university. Sam met her one night at a party in university, and she found him very attractive. Then, somebody shouted that Bumblebee was being annoying and Sam said he'd drive it someplace else. He just wanted to drive away, but Alice made her chance, and she sit with Sam in his, and then they drove the car somewhere. But his transformer Bumblebee car ride to get this girl away from the car. Then she didn't enjoy to sit with Sam, and told him to stop the car. After that, she went away. Leo also liked Alice and was trying to seduce her but Alice very rudely pushed him out the door, she came to Sam's room, and closed to door to not allow anyone to go in the room. The…

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  • Shsdss5043

    Asajj Ventress was a Dathomirian female who, at various points throughout her life, was a slave, a Jedi Padawan, an assassin of the Sith, a Nightsister, and a bounty hunter. In the final decades of the Galactic Republic's reign, Ventress was born into a clan of Force-sensitive Nightsister witches led by Mother Talzin on the planet Dathomir. Early in her life, her coven was forced to surrender Ventress to the criminal Hal'Sted, who spirited Ventress away from her sisters to the war-torn world of Rattatak where she was raised as a slave in his service. She was orphaned when her master was killed by Weequay pirates, but was later discovered by the Jedi Knight Ky Narec, who was stranded on Rattatak and waging a battle against the pirate maraud…

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  • Ezekielfan22

    Kate Hayward (Samantha Munro) was the hidden villainess of the 2012 Lifetime film Secrets Of Eden.

    Kate was the teenage daughter of Alice and George Hayward. George was known to be an abusive man who frequently beat Alice. While Kate was aware of his abuse, she still wanted to love her father, who never abused Kate or Alice when she was present. But one night, when she came home and found her mother dead (George having beaten her to death) and her father passed out drunk nearby, Kate snapped and killed George with a bullet to the head.

    Kate then called Steven Drew, the pastor of their church. He helped her clean up the scene and stage George's death to look like a suicide. He then instructed her to implicate him when the police investigate, de…

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  • Ezekielfan22

    Michelle Foley (Kirsten Prout) was the villainess of the 2015 Lifetime film The Wrong Girl (Alternately titled Fatal Friends).

    Michelle lived under the care of her mother, who was very physically and emotionally abusive. Her only source of support from her grandmother. After being taken from her mother, Michelle was sent to a mental hospital. The movie opens with her escaping the hospital after electrocuting a receptionist.

    The then 27-year-old Michelle posed as a high school student and befriended Sophia Allen. By then, Michelle had learned that Sophia was her half-sister, and befriending her was the first step in her plan for revenge. She starts out acting as the ideal friend for the shy Sophia, but her mother Ashley instantly feels suspicious…

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  • Ezekielfan22

    Heather Lambert (India Eisley) was the villainous of the 2014 Lifetime film Nanny Cam (alternately titled Sitter Cam).

    As a baby, Heather was left at a hospital by her birth mother. She then went into the care of foster parents Gale and Jake Lambert, where she was sexually abused by Jake. When she turns 18, she runs away from them and searches for Linda Kessler, the woman she believes to be her birth mother. After finding out she had started a new family consisting of husband Mark and young daughter Chloe, a scorned Heather plots revenge.

    After the Kessler's nanny gets dementia and accidentally hurts Chloe, Linda looks into hiring a new nanny. Heather then applies for the job after running into Mark at the construction site where she stopped Chl…

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  • Snakesonaplane2

    Vicki Vale is the primary antagonist of the 2016 video game Batman: The Telltale Series.

    She works as a reporter for the Gotham Gazette newspaper, but unknown to many she is also the leader of The Children of Arkham, a terrorist group that are targeting the city of Gotham. Vicki commands them under the title of Lady Arkham and her identity is well hidden behind an intimidating masked outfit and voice changer.

    Vicki was born Victoria Arkham, her parents were murdered by the corrupt Thomas Wayne for objecting to the use of Arkham Asylum to have others declared illegally insane and locked away for the rest of their lives. As a result, Vicki became an orphan and was placed into the care of foster parents, the Vale family. However, her foster parents…

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  • CEDJunior

    Francine Langstrom, aka She-Bat (Meredith MacRae; 1944-2000), is the main villainess from "Terror In the Sky," the 37th episode of Batman:  The Animated Series. She is a scientist and the wife of fellow scientist Dr. Kirk Langstrom, who became the villainous Man-Bat in the episode, "On Leather Wings." With Batman's help, Kirk was cured of the Man-Bat serum, which was invented by Francine's father, Dr. March.

    It was in "Terror In the Sky" that Francine inadvertenly became infected by the serum, as it occurred when she caught her father recreating it in the lab. Started by his daughter's presence, March dropped the beaker that contained the serum, and while helping him clean up, a shard of the glass cut Francine, allowing the serum to enter h…

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  • Snakesonaplane2

    Susan (Tonya Offer aka Tonya Lawson) is the possessed villainous protagonist from the 1995 movie Dangerous Seductress.

    She finds a book at her sister’s house and reads from it, this causes the Evil Queen of Darkness to be summoned. The Evil Queen possesses Susan’s beautiful body and uses her to seduce and murder men so she can sustain herself with their blood.

    Susan dresses in her skimpiest clothing and hits the town looking for victims. Throughout the movie, she kills many men; by stabbing them in the head with a kick from her high heels, piercing them with hooks, cutting them up with a buzzsaw, shooting them with a gun and by using telekinesis to project sharp objects at them. After killing the men, Susan returns to the mirror where the Evil…

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  • CEDJunior

    Marika Hackman is a British singer who appeared as the main villainess in her music video, "Animal Fear," released in 2015. The song is about the darkest depths of the imagination, and in the video, Marika slowly transforms into a werewolf while performing the song and playing her guitar.

    In the beginning, one of her claws appears, and eventually, the rest of her claws elongate. As the video progresses, Marika has fangs and her ears are pointed and animalistic. Finally, Marika's werewolf transformation is completed when she is shown to have hair on her face and a long white mane. After turning into a werewolf, the evil Marika attacks and kills her bandmates, and is shown performing with her lips drenched in blood. The video ends with the eve…

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  • CEDJunior

    Heather Locklear is the main villainess from episode 2.03 of Muppets Tonight (airdate September 21, 1997). She appeared as the episode's special guest, but in the beginning of the episode, all of the Muppets are in the closet hiding from her. At the time, Heather was (and still is) best known for playing ruthless villainess Amanda Woodward on Melrose Place, and the Muppets were afraid of her because of all of the bad things her character has done on her show. After finally finding the Muppets, Heather reassures them that she's nothing like her evil Melrose Place character.

    Heather appeared in a sketch written by Miss Piggy's dimwitted nephews, Andy and Randy, playing the antagonist, Queen Hawaya, while dressed in a skimpy Queen Bee outfit. Later …

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  • CEDJunior

    Colleen (Road Rovers)

    February 14, 2017 by CEDJunior

    Colleen (Tress MacNeille) is the hidden villainess from Road Rovers episode 1.03, "A Hair of the Dog That Bit You." She is actually the lone female member of the heroic Road Rovers, and in the episode, the Rovers were in London fighting against a group of vicious werewolves, with Exile and Colleen showing scratches during the attack.

    Colleen turned heel when she transformed into a werewolf under the full moon the next night, and attempted to attack fellow Rovers Shag and Blitz. All the while, Exile believes that he is the actual werewolf when he sees scratches on his front door. During a mission, Exile flies (chained up) with Hunter, while Colleen files with Blitz. With the full moon in the night sky, the evil Colleen transformed into a werewo…

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  • Doalfe

    A robot army has been created by Dr. Goldfoot (Vincent Price) in the 1965 film, "Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine".  The female robots are the creation of Dr. Goldfoot, a mad scientist, who is building a gang of robots.  The demented doctor builds a machine along with his henchman Igor (Jack Mullaney), that mass-produces an army of bikini-clad robotic replicas of beautiful babes.  They are all dressed in gold bikinis, and when they are sent out they cover themselves in trenchcoats.  Goldfoot does this in his secret hideout which is a mausoleum.  Goldfoot programs the vixens to seduce the wealthiest men alive and convince them to sign their fortunes over to him.  He programs the knowledge and experience that is unique to each robot in or…

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    These girls with robot parts added to them appear in the 1969 film, "Some Girls Do". Criminal mastermind Carl Petersen (James Villiers) has put together a number of robots, which are beautiful girls with electronic brains, to help him sabotage the SSTI (Supersonic Airliner).

    Helga (Daliah Lavi) and Pandora (Beba Loncar) are the first assassins, who begin systematically murdering various people associated with the SSTI. Helga plants a bomb in Bulldog Drummond's (Richard Johnson) telephone after sleeping with him. Then she and Pandora try to kill Drummond again by sabotaging a glider flight, having cut the ripcord from his parachute.

    Pandora kills the boat owner with a miniature infrasound device. Helga and Pandora participate in a powerboat r…


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    Fembots were seductive female robots that played in the 1997 film, Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery. The Fembots were played by Cheryl Bartel, Barbara Ann Moore, Cindy Margolis, Donna W. Scott, and Cynthia Lamontagne.

    The Fembots were extremely seductive and were used by Frau Farbissina to seduce Austin Powers, with intentions of killing him. They were dressed in sexually provocative outfits and fought with guns hidden in their breasts which can fire knockout gas or bullets. The look like women who have large breasts and even larger hair.

    Originally Dr. Evil tests their skills on his own guards, which results in the Fembots mowing the guards down using bullets coming from the silver bras. In this sequence the girls are dressed in s…



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  • CEDJunior

    Natalie Vasquez (Anabelle Acosta) was a villainess from Season One of the ABC series, Quantico. She first appeared in the series' second episode, "America," as a new recruit at Quantico. Natalie had a competitive rivalry with main protagonist Alex Parrish, and in the Quantico timeline, Natalie displays her arrogant heel persona when participating in training activities with Alex.

    Nine months later, Natalie graduated from Quantico and became an FBI agent. Later in the aforementioned episode, "America," Natalie turned heel and used her contempt for Alex to pursue her, after Alex was set up as the culprit in the bombing of Grand Central Station. The two women engaged in combat against each other, which Natalie chasing Alex to the rooftop, where…

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  • Olalao

    The Babecorps & Female Mechs are henchwomen from Duke Nukem video game series.

    They are female mech androids created by Mech Morphix for his plans of world domination. There are three variants of the Fem-Mech. One of which is not encountered till the closing stages of the game Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project, while the Babecorps from Duke Nukem: Land Of The Babes are enemies that strongly resemble human women but are most likely disguised aliens or robots.

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    Artemisia (Eva Green) is the secondary antagonist in "300: Rise of an Empire".

    In her young age, her family was slaughtered by Greek hoplites. Artemisia was taken captive and suffered terrible physical and sexual abuse at the hands of the Greeks. Left for dead on the streets, a Persian official found her and took pity on her. She was subsequently raised and trained by the Persians, and the young girl proved to be a capable warrior. She grew in favor of the Persian King, Darius, when she effortlessly murdered his enemies. Upon hearing of Darius injury at Marathon, Artemisia arrives in time to hear his final words to his son Xerxes. He advises him to end the campaign in Greece, declaring that only the gods can defeat the Greeks. Hearing these …

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  • CEDJunior

    Cydney "Cyd" Ripley (Landry Bender) is one of the main protagonists from Disney Channel's series, Best Friends Whenever. Cyd served as the main villainess in Season Two's "Night of the Were-Diesel." 

    In the episode, Cyd's dog, Diesel, accidentally consumes Barry's invented wolf-serum and becomes a half-wolf monster going after both Cyd and Shelby. During the encounter, Diesel hurls the serum at Cyd. The protagonists successfully travel back in time to prevent Diesel from getting into the serum, but during the preparation for the school's Halloween party, Cyd feels the effects of the serum and turns into a werewolf.

    After letting out a demonic howl at a (fake) full moon, Cyd turned heel and snarled at Shelby before going after her with intentio…

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  • CEDJunior

    Dr. Lilian Lee (Françoise Yip) is the villainess from "Hangover," episode 3.12 of Sanctuary (airdate April 22, 2011). She is a security inspector from the United Nations who was scheduled to check up on Helen Magnus' Sanctuary house. On her way, Lee was infected by an abnormal known as a pinepex, which causes its host to become overprotective of it; even resorting to harming those who they see as a threat.

    Under her villainous persona, the evil Lee shot Bigfoot on her way to the house and then fired shots at the Sanctuary group, who were all (except Magnus) infected at one time by the abnormal. She is later subdued by Will, who captures the pineplex. Lee woke up seated next to Magnus, having no memory of what happened. After Magnus reveals w…

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  • CEDJunior

    Eve Baird (Rebecca Romijn) is a hidden (redeemed) villainess from TNT's The Librarians. She is a former anti-terror agent for NATO, and in the pilot episode, "And the Crown of King Arthur," she becomes the Library's new Guardian; tasked with training fellow Librarians Jacob Stone, Cassandra Cillian, and Ezekiel Jones. As the series progressed, Eve developed a close partnership with veteran Librarian Flynn Carsen, which became romantic by the second season.

    In Season Three's penultimate episode, "And the Fatal Separation," it is revealed that Eve is actually a sleeper agent infiltrated by the Department of Statistical Anomalies, a villainous agency who had been pursuing the Librarians. The revelation came during Eve's encounter with General Cy…

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