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  • Ezekielfan22

    Feena is a redeemed villainess from "Spare the Rod", episode 5.03 of Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids (airdate September 22, 1979). She served as the main villainess of an episode of the TV show, The Brown Hornet, which was being watched by Albert and his friends.

    Feena was the queen of the planet Shontuh, and was established as a cruel and abusive queen of her planet's inhabitants. One such inhabitant, Professor Dormo, managed to call the Brown Hornet and beg for his help, with the superhero and his colleagues (Stinger and Tweeterbell) flying towards the planet despite numerous signs telling them to turn around. After a fly swatter trap nearly struck the Brown Hornet's ship, the evil Feena called the superhero, holding a mask over her face as…

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  • CEDJunior

    Jessica Wilson (Missy Peregrym) is the tragic main villainess from "In Plain Sight," episode 4.10 of Motive (airdate July 26, 2016).


    Jessica is the older sister of Chloe Wilson, and they were the daughters of Ava Wilson and her estranged husband, Jeremy Sheridan. 20 years prior to the events, Jeremy (who was resentful of Ava's wealth) made an attempt to abduct both girls, but only ran off with three-year-old Chloe, while Jessica got away. Ava (played in the flashback scenes by Peregrym in a dual role) witnessed the abduction, and in the years that passed, Jessica blamed herself for her sister's abduction.


    Jessica had hired six different PIs to find Chloe, finally reaching success when her latest hire, Ian Mitchell, found Chloe and reunited her …



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  • CEDJunior

    Cindy Vernon (Motive)

    July 20, 2018 by CEDJunior

    Cindy Vernon (Alicia Witt) is the protagonist villainess from "Interference," episode 4.06 of Motive (airdate April 26, 2016). She is a music teacher and the girlfriend of her conservatory's head, Dean Teller.

    Cindy's backstory revealed that one of her students was Aiden Harris, who died tragically four years prior to the episode's events. As Cindy had suspected, Aiden's death was at the hands of his father's then-fiancée, Tracy, who poisoned Aiden for attention. Unfortunately, Cindy's complaint to Child Services fell through due to lack of evidence, and after she suffered a miscarriage following an eight-month pregnancy with Teller's baby, she started following Tracy and her stepson, Owen, after finding out about Tracy's new relationship thro…

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  • Ezekielfan22

    Kimie Shimabukuro aka Mikoto Shimabukuro (Miki Takahashi) is the hidden villainess of "And Then There Were No Mermaids", episodes 9.09, 9.10, and 9.11 of Case Closed (airdates January 29, February 5 and 12, 2001). She was a maid at the Bikuni Shrine located on an island known as "The Isle of Mermaids", and was also an old friend of Saori Kadowaki, having met her and their other friends in college. Kogoro Mouri travelled to the island along with Heiji Hattori (bringing along Ran, Conan Edogawa, and Heiji's girlfriend Kazuha Toyama) to talk with Saori regarding a letter she sent Heiji asking him to save her from being killed by a mermaid.

    Upon arriving at the island, the group learned from Kimie that the previous year, Saori had won the covet…

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  • CEDJunior

    Danielle Reid (Katie Stuart) is the tragic secondary villainess from "Best Enemies," episode 3.09 of Motive (airdate May 3, 2015). She is the older sister of Nika Reid, who was murdered in the episode.

    Danielle was first shown embracing Nika's best friend, Stacy Lawford, following Nika's murder, and it was after this Stacy and Danielle worked together to put away photographer Eric Sharpe for Nika's murder. Unbeknownst to Danielle, Stacy killed Nika out of anger over being sexually assaulted by a man in her cab, as she had blamed what happened to her on Nika. Stacy laid Nika next to Eric after the murder, doing so as part of her plan to frame Eric due to his history of sexually assaulting his models. Danielle was recorded by Stacy pleading to a…

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  • Ezekielfan22

    The unnamed Undead Murder Victim (Sarah Jimenez) is a villainess from The Dorset, a short horror film released by CryptTV (airdate July 19, 2018). Her slight backstory revealed that she was the girlfriend of a man named Angelo, who killed by firing an arrow through her head after learning she had cheated on him.

    The short film's main character, a hitman who had just finished killing a woman, saw the woman's corpse while leading his victim into the forest of Dorset, later learning how she had been killed after killing her and beginning the walk out of the forest. But after returning to the tree he'd found her body stuck to, the man was surprised to find her body missing and began taking pictures of the tree.

    At that moment, the murdered woman…

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  • Ezekielfan22

    The unnamed Blindfolded Murder Victim (Linda Roser) is a villainess from The Dorset, a short horror film released by CryptTV (airdate July 19, 2018). She was an unnamed woman who was brought blindfolded to a deserted forest by a hitman before he shot her in the back of the head, killing her.

    As the hitman walked away, however, he called his colleague and learned about a legend regarding the area of Dorset, as it was believed to be haunted by "The Creepers", Indian souls said to possess anyone killed within the forest. While the hitman was initially dismissive of the legend, the legend was proven true when he was approached by a possessed murder victim he had seen earlier, who had been killed by her boyfriend Angelo after he caught her cheat…

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  • CEDJunior

    The Blue Moon Beasts are the hidden main villainesses from "Once in a Blue Moon," episode 7.06 of Charmed (airdate October 17, 2004). They are the evil alter-egos of the heroic Charmed Ones--Piper Halliwell (Holly Marie Combs), Phoebe Halliwell (Alyssa Milano), and Paige Matthews (Rose McGowan).


    In the episode, the sisters' powers began to go haywire due to a blue moon that was set to appear in San Francisco in back-to-back nights: an occurrence that only happens every 50 years. They were set to be assigned a new whitelighter, Danny, due to the Elders feeling that Leo was a threat to the sisters; a feeling that developed due to a possessed and manipulated Leo killing Zola, one of the Elders. However, Danny was brutally attacked and nearly kil…


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  • Ezekielfan22

    Lily Sharpe is a recurring protagonist of the comic series Kill or Be Killed. She was a detective who spent the series attempting to track down an elusive serial killer that was plaguing her city, resulting in her finding herself at odds with her apathetic bosses. In Kill or Be Killed's 20th and final issue (release date June 27, 2018), Lily appears as an alternate reality villainess.


    Over the course of the series, Lily had discovered that college student Dylan (the series' main anti-villain) was behind the murders, having become a vigilante murderer after a suicide attempt resulted in a demon cursing him to kill one person a month to avoid death. In Issue #19, Lily uncovered Dylan's secret and confronted him at the mental hospital he had c…


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  • Ezekielfan22

    Maria Bergen (Kari Coleman) is the villainess (tragic and remorseful) of "Performance Anxiety", episode 1.06 of Common Law (airdate June 22, 2012). Maria lived in Texas and was the wife of Jim Bergen, who was diagnosed with leukemia. As a result of losing his job and his health insurance, Jim and Maria were left unable to pay Jim's medical bills, leading the couple to plan a spree of robberies in Los Angeles.

    Planning their spree based off an online list of activities to do in Los Angeles, Jim and Maria first targeted nightclub Firmament, with Jim holding the bartender at gunpoint (though it was later revealed his gun was filled with blanks) after she ignored his drink request for Maria. The villainous couple then robbed John Spitz's Clothin…

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  • Taliadesman

    Cherata (played by Milly Vitale) initially appears to be an all-out evil queen/pricess attracted to the man who will ultimately defeat and destroy her. Revak, the protagonist and object of Cherata's desire, is being beaten by his captors, who are however stopped by Cherata, who is fascinated by the man's rebellious nature. She takes him to her palace, where he is made to fight to the death against another slave. Cherata watches in typical evil queen fashion as Revak wins the confronation. 

    Later Cherata seeks to engage Revak romantically, who however will not agree to a liaison with her unless he is allowed his freedom. Cherata acquiesces. In the meantime however, Revak plots a slave rebellion against Cherata's men, thereby betraying her. A…

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  • CEDJunior

    Annie & Bonnie (Margot Robbie) are the tragic and hidden main villainesses from the 2018 film, Terminal.


    The twins' backstory revealed that they were the result of a tryst between a woman named Chloe Merriweather and a gangster named Clinton Sharp. Knowing what a dangerous influence that Clinton was, Chloe kept him away from the girls and raised them on her own, while working as an exotic dancer (among other professions) to keep things afloat. When Annie and Bonnie were children, Chloe had seen Clinton orchestrating one of his murderous acts, and to keep her quiet, Clinton went to Chloe's home and set it ablaze. Chloe managed to save her twin daughters, but was unable to save herself, as she was tragically killed in the fire. Annie and Bonnie…


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  • CEDJunior

    Olivia Dervy (Shirley Mitchell; 1919-2013) is the aunt of Daphne Blake and the main protagonist from "Make a Beeline Away From That Feline" (alternately titled, "Who Was That Cat Creature I Saw You With Last Night?"), episode 3.09 of The Scooby Doo Show (airdate November 4, 1978). Olivia later served as a villainess in the episode's dream sequence.

    In the episode, Daphne and the rest of the Mystery Inc. group were visiting Olivia in her NYC high rise apartment, with Scooby encountering a cat creature during their trip. The sequence was featured after the gang arrived at Olivia's apartment, with Olivia warning them that they shouldn't have come due to strange happenings. Olivia informed the gang that a few weeks prior, she received a cat medall…

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  • CEDJunior

    Isabelle Flores (Barbara Kottmeier) is the main villainess from "Nobody Lives Forever," episode 2.10 of Motive (airdate July 30, 2014). She is a nanny for young Becky Reynolds, the daughter of Green Point member Victoria Hill.

    Isabelle's backstory revealed that she is the wife of Domingo Flores, and the couple was born in Esperanza, a small town in the Central American nation of El Salvador. The couple dreamed of a new and better life in America, so Isabelle sold her home to acquire enough money to head to America. However, Domingo and Isabelle ended up in different parts of the country, with the latter spending a long time searching for the former. It wasn't until Isabelle started working for Victoria Hill that she found Domingo, and was appa…

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  • Ezekielfan22

    Suzannah "Suzie" Greene (Emma Campbell) was a tragic villainess from the 2006 Lifetime film The House Next Door. She was the wife of Norman Greene and the mother of their young daughter, Melinda. They were introduced moving into the house next door to Col and Walker Kennedy (the film's main protagonists). Unbeknownst to the Greenes, the house was given a curse by its' architect, one that destroyed the lives of all its' previous residents.

    While the Greenes initially appeared to be an ideal family, it was quickly shown to be a mask for Norman's controlling and abusive treatment of Suzannah (with implications being that the house's influence made him worse). This was first shown by Norman lambasting Suzannah for getting the wrong type of invi…

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  • CEDJunior

    Kaya Grey (Cracked)

    July 15, 2018 by CEDJunior

    Kaya Grey (Tamara Podemski) is a tragic villainess from "Ghost Dance," episode 2.06 of Cracked (airdate November 4, 2013). She is a waitress at a truck stop, and the sister of the episode's murder victim, Ellen Owens.

    Both siblings were members of the First Nations tribe, and in the beginning of the episode, fellow member Lazarus Keefe was found with Ellen's body and was immediately suspected of her murder. Psych Crimes first encountered Kaya at her workplace, which is also where trucker Reg Slater often frequented. Detective Poppy Wisnefski spoke to Kaya regarding Ellen, after seeing Ellen's son, Elijah, pleading with Kaya to allow Ellen's family to be informed about Elijah. Kaya responded that she was Elijah's family, stating that she's Elle…

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  • Ezekielfan22

    Lana Price (Angie Everhart) was a villainess from the 2003 film Wicked Minds. She was the new wife of wealthy businessman Mason Price, and was the stepmother to his college graduate son Holden. Her marriage to Mason, however, quickly became abusive as Mason grew possessive and controlling of her, leading Lana to have an affair with Holden.

    But unbeknownst to Lana, Holden was conspiring with his college girlfriend, Nicole Cashper, in a plot to kill Mason and set Lana up as the murderer. To do so, Nicole videotaped Lana and Holden in the midst of having sex, using it to blackmail her for $100,000. Holden then killed Mason by poisoning him with pesticide, and he and Nicole then conspired to set things up to look like Lana had killed him and wa…

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  • CEDJunior

    Ericka Van Helsing (Kathryn Hahn) is the redeemed villainess from 2018's Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation. She was introduced as Captain Ericka, the captain of a cruise ship that was setting sail from the Bermuda Triangle to the lost city of Atlantis. The cruise was Mavis' surprise for her father, Dracula, as she felt that he (as well as the other monsters) needed to get away from the hotel. Dracula's original disdain for the cruise was gone when he first saw Ericka, as he quickly fell in love with her. Ericka displayed a charming demeanor in her welcome to the monsters attending the cruise, but as revealed later on, the cruise was a trap.

    As it turned out, Ericka is the great-granddaughter of monster hunter Abraham Van Helsing, who had…

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  • Ezekielfan22

    Riley Cartwright (Larissa Albuquerque) is the main protagonist and redeemed villainess of the 2018 film Counterfeiting in Suburbia. Her backstory revealed that she never knew her father, and began living with her aunt Karen after her mother was deemed an unfit guardian.

    Riley was also the best friend of Erica, and the two girls were revealed to be serial counterfeiters, as shown by them using counterfeit money to buy expensive clothes and other gifts. Throughout the movie's opening, however, Riley expressed concern that they would be caught; concerns that Erica continously ignored. The girls eventually began exchanging their fake money for real bills, and also sold the clothing and jewelry they bought to their classmates.

    Eventually, Riley's …

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  • Ezekielfan22

    Erica (Kayla Wallace) is a (redeemed) villainess from the 2018 film Counterfeiting in Suburbia. She was a high school student and the best friend of protagonist Riley Cartwright. The girls were also established as villainous counterfeiters, as they were using Riley's art skills to print $100 bills.

    Despite Riley's concerns over them getting caught, Erica began using her and Riley's ill-gotten gains to buy expensive clothes and jewelry. The girls also began exchanging their counterfeit bills for clean money and sold the items they bought to their classmates. Throughout the process, Erica expressed glee over their lucrative crimes, comparing herself and Riley to Thelma & Louise and disregarding Riley's fears over the reprecussions of their ac…

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  • Ezekielfan22

    Gwendolyn James (Christina Applegate) is the (redeemed) villainess of the 2016 film Bad Moms. She was the mother of two daughters, Blaire and Gandhi, who attended William McKinley School, serving as the president of the school's PTA.

    She was quickly established as being an arrogant and judgemental women, as shown by her (along with her friends Stacy and Vicky) condescending to Amy Mitchell (the film's main protagonist) regarding her status as a working mother. Ironicially, though, Gwendolyn and her friends also expressed disdain for Kiki, an overworked stay-at-home mother. Gwendolyn was also shown having a crush on Jessie Harkness, a widowed father at the school.

    At an emergency PTA meeting, Gwendolyn revealed that she was organizing a "poli…

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  • CEDJunior

    Mariel McLaughlin (Erin Wilhelmi) is the tragic villainess from "Pathological," episode 19.10 of Law & Order: SVU (airdate January 10, 2018).


    Mariel is the only child of Dawn and Lou McLaughlin; however, Mariel's backstory revealed that at some point during her childhood, she was habitually poisoned by Dawn, who committed her evil act to gain attention from her daughter and to force Mariel to become dependent on her. As a result of Dawn's actions (which occurred throughout her childhood and into her teen years), Mariel constantly had seizures and lost her ability to walk, and she was placed into a special needs school.


    The episode began with Mariel engaging in a sexual act with classmate Cody, which abruptly ended when she suffered another of …



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  • CEDJunior

    Sasha King (Motive)

    July 12, 2018 by CEDJunior

    Sasha King (Zoé De Grand Maison) is the main villainess from "Abandoned," episode 2.09 of Motive (airdate July 23, 2014). She is a resident and a worker at a women's shelter, as well as a former employee at a diner owned by Barb Birk.

    During her time at the diner, Sasha began a relationship with Barb's son, Jason, while also noticing Barb's callous treatment towards her son. Other than Barb's verbal abuse, Sasha lashed out at Barb over her lack of concern for Jason after he went after and assaulted Ross Simpson, another former employee of Barb's who became a rival and owner of a food truck parked near the diner. Sasha left the diner to stop the fight, but Jason ended up arrested and imprisoned for 10 months afterwards.

    As revealed in a twist, S…

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  • Ezekielfan22

    Yaeko Kamei aka Tamiko Tsuruta (Yoshiko Matsuo) is the villainess of "The Bay of Revenge", the 2-part Season 8 finale of Case Closed (airdates November 27 and December 4, 2000). She was the caretaker at the villa owned by prominent lawyer Kensuke Tachibana.

    Yaeko's backstory revealed that her original name was Tamiko Tsuruta, and she was the mother of Masahiko Tsuruta, who was murdered five years prior by Tatsuya Kumada. Despite Yaeko's best efforts, however, Kumada was acquitted of her son's murder. Half a year prior to the episode's events, however, Kumada arrived at the villa and Yaeko overheard the two men talking about her Masahiko's death, as Tachibana was involved in Kumada's case.

    It was then that Yaeko learned about how Kumada had been…

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  • Gillan1220

    Olivia Mendez (Jane Onieza) is the primary antagonist of the Filipino thriller film Bloody Crayons. She is a serial killer who seeks payback to her friends for a failed relationship in the past.

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  • CEDJunior

    Lena Olsson (Cracked)

    July 10, 2018 by CEDJunior

    Lena Olsson (Lisa Ryder) is the true main villainess from "Cherry Blossoms," episode 1.09 of Cracked (airdate March 19, 2013). She is the mother of high school student Molly Olsson.

    Molly had been set up and victimized by queen bee Jessica O'Donnell to sabotage Lindsay Croxton during the school play, but when she told Lena about it, Lena thought that it was just girls being girls. It wasn't until Lena witnessed her daughter's vengeful prank towards Jessica that she realized that Molly was truthful about what had been going on with her at school. Jessica was unconscious due to the prank, but believing that she was dead, Molly and her cohorts, Janelle Waters and Caitlyn Borysiuk, fled the scene.

    As for Lena, she spotted Jessica and placed her in …

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  • CEDJunior

    Randi Wallace (Kate Hodge) is the main protagonist of the short-lived series, She-Wolf of London (alternately titled, Love and Curses). However, Randi served as the main villainess in the pilot episode (airdate October 9, 1990).


    Randi Wallace is an American post-graduate student who traveled to London and enrolled at a university where her idol, Ian Matheson, taught a class in mythology. She took an instant liking to Ian, but found it difficult to acquire boarding at the school. Ian invited her to stay with his family who owned a bed and breakfast nearby. In order to get into the spirit of her research, Randi took her computer and went camping out on the moors later at night during a full moon. Later on, a werewolf appeared and attacked Randi's…


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  • Ezekielfan22

    Nicki Sullivan (Claudia Sulewski) was a recurring character in the AwesomenessTV web series T@gged. In the series' second season, she was revealed as a tragic villainess.

    The show's second season had Nicki bonding with Rowan Fricks over the suicide of Dunbar Rakes in the first season's finale, following the reveal that Dunbar had been tormenting Rowan and her friends through social media in revenge for the bullying he faced by their classmates. The suicide occurred at a party Nicki was holding after Dunbar threatened Rowan at gunpoint, with Nicki sharing in Rowan's guilt over Dunbar's actions and death.

    The season also saw Nicki being tormented along with Rowan and her friends, Hailey Jensen and Elisia Brown, by an online group known as The …

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  • CEDJunior

    Francine Krumitz (Angela Trimbur) is a tragic villainess from CSI: Cyber

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  • CEDJunior

    Ava Starr, aka Ghost (Hannah John-Kamen), is the tragic (later redeemed) main villainess from 2018's Ant-Man and the Wasp.


    Ava Starr is the daughter of Catherine and Elihas Starr, the latter having worked with Dr. Hank Pym and Dr. Bill Foster on harnessing the powers of the Quantum Realm. Ava's backstory revealed that her father was fired by Pym for attempting to steal his plans, but Elihas was successful in the theft and managed to recreate the Quantum Realm. However, his impatience and ambition led to the Realm becoming unstable and set to explode, and despite Elihas' attempts to warn Catherine and Ava to run, Ava stayed with her father. This prompted Catherine to return for her daughter, only for her and Elihas to both perish in the explosi…


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  • SuomiSverigeNorge

    Minx (Jem)

    July 7, 2018 by SuomiSverigeNorge

    Minx (Ingrid Kruger) is a villain from Jem. She is in a band called the Stingers. 

    She has been fascinated with music and technology since she was very young. She first met Riot when they were together in a band called Nirvana in Germany, but soon Riot decided to leave the band to make his own way in the music business world. Ingrid joined this journey along with Riot, and ever since then they have been really close.  

    Minx is also very technologically-minded and can work wonders with any computer or synthesizer. Her romantic interest in the show is Rio, whom she teases, seduces and flirts with, despite his constant rejections. She sees him as a challenge because, as she says, she can usually have any man she wants and relishes the prospect …

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  • CEDJunior

    Laura Bancroft (Delta Burke) is the main protagonist villainess from the 2003 Lifetime film, Going for Broke. She is the wife of Jim Bancroft and the mother of Jennifer and Tommy, who served as Jim's stepchildren.

    In the film, Laura moved her family from Florida to Reno, Nevada as part of her job with the Juvenile Chronic Illness Foundation. The family dined at a restaurant one evening, and it was afterwards that Laura visited a nearby casino. She plays one of the slot machines and wins $100 after a few attempts, and later in the film, she visits again while she and Jim are out dancing. This time, she wins $500, and it was at this point that her habitual visits become an addiction, which caused her to miss an appointment she was supposed to a…

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  • Doalfe

    Ilsa (Dyanne Thorne) is the villainess in the 1976 sexploitation sequal "Ilsa, Harem Keeper of the Oil Sheiks".  It is considered the second in a line of four Ilsa films.

    Ilsa somehow is alive and reincarnated from the previous film "Isla: She Wolf of the SS", where she was a Nazi prison camp kommandant to the 1970's.  This time around she is the head of a white slave ring where her primary duty is to train innocent young girls for service in the harem of El Sharif (Jerry Delony).

    When she is not instructing recruits on proper technique, she adds to her stable of eunuchs with the help of her lesbian henchwomen, Satin (Tanya Boyd) and Velvet (Marilyn Joi).

    Ilsa is soon tamed by Adam Scott (Max Thayer), an American diplomat who has infiltrated …

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  • Ezekielfan22

    Sister Olivia aka Angie Delmarco (Susan Misner) is a hidden (remorseful) villainess from "Acts of Contrition", episode 5.05 of Law & Order: Criminal Intent (airdate October 23, 2005). She was a nun at an inner city church, which often provided shelter to prostitutes after buying them from their pimps. Olivia was shown buying a pair of girls from a pimp in the episode's beginning, and was also shown to be protective of schizophrenic homeless man Mickey, who hung around the church as part of his delusional effort to protect the girls.


    Olivia's backstory revealed that she was born as Angie Delmarco and, in 1988, was involved in a vicious racial attack against James "Jimmy" Jones, a high school classmate of hers at Filmore High and a gifted footb…


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  • TomboyTsuka

    Connie is a female street punk from an RPG beat 'em up game by Capcom and Cavia for the Playstation 2 called Beat Down: Fists of Vengeance. She appears to be a redhead tomboyish girl in her mid-20s, and wears a midriff-baring pink leopard-print tube top, a pair of denim leggings with a purple belt, a pair of emerald bangles on her arms and a pair of pink high heels. She also has a relatively flat chest. Her base of operations is the abandoned subway station, where she can be found along with two male punks

    Her attacks are mostly based of Lola's moveset, although sometimes she also grabs fallen items in the floor such as baseball bats, knives and even brooms and uses it to whack the player. If you're quick enough, you can straddle her in a s…

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  • CEDJunior

    Angie Coturno (Liisa Repo-Martell) is the tragic villainess from "Spirited Away," episode 1.06 of Cracked (airdate February 12, 2013). She is the mother of 15-year-old Haley Coturno.

    However, it was revealed that Haley Coturno was actually Isabel Ann Fergus, the missing daughter of Carol and Ron Fergus, who was abducted as an infant 15 years prior to the events. In the events, Isabel had given birth to a baby girl named Rose, who was found by a schizophrenic homeless teenager. After Detective Aidan Black and Dr. Daniella Ridley took Rose, the latter performed a DNA test that revealed that Isabel was Rose's mother, and she later gave the news to Carol and Ron. The investigation led to Angie after the duo was informed about a woman named Haley C…

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  • Hadouken88

    Sala (The Phantom)

    July 2, 2018 by Hadouken88

    Sala was the villainess in 1996 movie 'The Phantom'.

    Sala (Catherine Zeta Jones) led the Sky Bandits, Xander Drax's all-female pilot corps. She was quite seductive and ruthless, and, to a point, fanatically loyal to Drax. She had a taste for the finer things in life, and disliked when she had to work with the thuggish Quill.

    She and her subordinates were dispatched to capture Dave Palmer's niece Diana and stop her from reaching Bangalla to speak to Captain Phillip Horton about the Sengh Brotherhood. The Sky Bandits intercepted the Orient Clipper midflight and forced it down over the ocean.

    Sala and one of her pilots, armed with a Tommygun, boarded the plane. Picking a passenger at random, Sala threatened to kill him unless Diana (who she did …

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  • Akujo

    Sailor Galaxia is one of the major antagonists in the Sailor Moon series and the main antagonist of the final arc Sailor Stars.


    Hundreds of years before the start of the series, Sailor Galaxia was born in a small asteroid she deemed trash. Upon awakening to her scout powers, she left her home to explore the universe, eventually coming across chaos disguised as Wiseman, who deceived her into believing that in order to achieve true happiness she would require to gather all the Sailor Crystals in the universe and use them to conquer the Galaxy Cauldron, birthplace of all stars.

    Thus Sailor Galaxia set out to invade and destroy all planets that could harbor intelligent life, recruiting traitorous humans and scout as part of her army, granting them l…


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  • CEDJunior

    Rose Klein (Ransom)

    July 1, 2018 by CEDJunior

    'Rose Klein (Marianthi Evans) is a hidden (redeemed) villainess from "Promised Land," the penultimate episode of Ransoms second season (airdate June 30, 2018). She is the girlfriend of Simone Merriweather, and they resided in a rural farm somewhere in Canada.

    In the beginning of the episode, Rose and Simone's home was invaded by a group of immigrants who escaped from human trafficker Carson Dent, with Rose later tied up and gagged by the quartet. Nabil, the group's leader, demanded $250,000 and ordered Simone to obtain the money, threatening to kill Rose if she didn't comply. However, as Simone revealed, Rose had the PIN Number and she would refuse to give it out, as Rose had a firm belief that all illegal immigrants were criminals. Other tha…

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  • CEDJunior

    'Leila Behbahani (Leilah Isaac) is a tragic (later redeemed) villainess from "Promised Land," the penultimate episode of Ransoms second season (airdate June 30, 2018).

    Born in Iran, Leila was one of a collection of immigrants who were being smuggled into the U.S. by Carson Dent, a notorious human trafficker. During the operation, Carson and his henchmen began firing their weapons after his pre-paid credit cards were stolen, with the victims being accused of the theft. Leila escaped the shooting along with Nabil (from Syria), Miral (from Egypt), and Timbo (from Hungary).

    In the beginning of the episode, Leila and the rest of the group appeared and invaded the home shared by Rose Klein and Simone Merriweather in Canada, holding them at gunpoint …

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  • CEDJunior

    Miral (Ransom)

    July 1, 2018 by CEDJunior

    'Miral (Amira El Sayed) is a tragic (later redeemed) villainess from "Promised Land," the penultimate episode of Ransoms second season (airdate June 30, 2018).

    Born in Egypt, Miral was one of a collection of immigrants who were being smuggled into the U.S. by Carson Dent, a notorious human trafficker. During the operation, Carson and his henchmen began firing their weapons after his pre-paid credit cards were stolen, with the victims being accused of the theft. Miral escaped the shooting along with Nabil (from Syria), Leila (from Iran), and Timbo (from Hungary), but not unscathed, as one of the gunshots struck her.

    In the beginning of the episode, the quartet appeared and invaded the home shared by Rose Klein and Simone Merriweather in Canada,…

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  • CEDJunior

    Lucy (Supernatural)

    June 28, 2018 by CEDJunior

    Lucy (Mercedes McNab) was a villainess from "Fresh Blood," episode 3.07 of Supernatural (airdate November 15, 2007). She was a vampiress who Sam and Dean Winchester had been tracking in the episode's early scenes.

    The brothers found a surviving victim, who pointed Dean in Lucy's direction. Dean drew out Lucy by cutting his left arm and drawing blood, with the villainess flashing her fangs and showing that her lips were covered in her attempted victim's blood. Dean put down the knife and drew Lucy to him, but just as Lucy lunged at Dean, she ended up injected with Dead Man's Blood, which knocked her out.

    Lucy awoke and saw that she was tied to a chair and interrogated by Sam and Dean, and it was there she revealed that a man named Deacon gave he…

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    Megan "Meg" Chandler (Zoie Palmer) is the hidden (tragic) villainess of "Absalom", episode 2.05 of NBC's Taken (airdate March 2, 2018). She was a counselour at a women's shelter, working closely with Ava Conrad, a drug addict and former sex trafficking victim. Meg's backstory also revealed that she herself was also a victim of sex trafficking, having been held captive by a sex trafficker who got off on a technicality.

    After learning that Ava had gone back to her pimp Cesar Torres following an arrest for buying drugs, Meg followed Ava when she went to have sex with a client: Serhan Dogan, the military attachee to the Turkish Embassy. After seeing that Dogan had been violent with Ava, Meg went into the hotel room after Ava left, knocking Serh…

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    Allie (Kacey Rohl) is a tragic villainess from "Pumpkinhead," episode 2.05 of The Haunting Hour (airdate October 29, 2011). She is the older sister of Scott and Dave, and she was in charge of watching them while their mother was working late.

    The trio was ordered to do their trick-or-treating at the school cafeteria due to three kids going missing last Halloween, and it was during their search for the perfect pumpkin that they encountered the deranged Farmer Palmer, who warned them not to return to his pumpkin patch. Despite this, Scott takes some pumpkins, and the siblings find themslves experiencing weird scares back at home, which included worms coming out of one of the pumpkins. After Halloween didn't go well, the siblings were set on a…

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    Sonia Brauer (Motive)

    June 25, 2018 by CEDJunior

    Sonia Brauer (Carly Pope) is the tragic main villainess from "Ruthless," the penultimate episode of Motive

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    Ayaka Yoshino (Kikuko Inoue) is the hidden (tragic) villainess of "The Entrance to the Maze: The Anger of the Colossus", episode 8.15 of Case Closed (airdate October 9, 2000). She was an employee of the Domoto Tourist Company, working as the secretary to vice president Yasunori Domoto, the son of company president Eizo Domoto.

    Ayaka's backstory revealed that she was the younger sister of Takahata Yoshino, a builder for the Domoto Tourist Company who was killed in an accident that occurred while he and his fellow workers were constructing a ropeway tram through the Mt. Tenbu Goddess statue. The accident was caused due to Eizo putting an unmanageable time limit on the project, and Eizo resorted to paying off the Yoshino family to keep quiet a…

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    Molly (Emma Grabinsky) is a redeemed villainess from "Mrs. Worthington," episode 4.04 of The Haunting Hour (airdate October 18, 2014).

    In the episode, Molly constantly bullies her younger brother, Nate, and her evil nature is shown early in the episode. When Nate enters Molly's room asking for an eraser for one of his drawings, Molly acts rude to Nate, and then gets him in trouble with their mother when she planted her makeup on her homework and falsely claimed that Nate was going through her stuff. Nate ended up admonished, while Molly mocks her brother by stating that he can't do anything to stop her bullying.

    When their mother has to work late, Molly is left in charge of Nate; news that dismays both siblings. Wanting a new dress for her upco…

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    Margery Wright (Emma Grabinsky) is a protagonist-turned-villainess from The Haunting Hour

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    Nancy Conrad (Courtney Henggeler) is a tragic villainess from "Goodwill Stunting", episode 6.05 of Royal Pains (airdate July 8, 2014). She was introduced as a former dance instructor who was left paralyzed with a mystery disease no doctor could diagnose, with her condition leading to several people making donations to fund her treatments and give her emotional support. After learning about her online, Hankmed CFO Evan Lawson decided to have Hank treat and potentially diagnose Nancy in an attempt to get good publicity for Hankmed.

    While initially meeting Hank, Nancy revealed how her paralysis began and that she believed her condition to be linked to a car accident she was in. But as revealed over the course of Nancy's time with Hank, a shock…

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    Chloe Myton (Motive)

    June 24, 2018 by CEDJunior

    Chloe Myton (Molly Parker) is the tragic main villainess from "Public Enemy," episode 1.05 of Motive (airdate March 10, 2013).

    Chloe Myton is a clothing store clerk, but her slight backstory revealed that on April 3, 2003, she was attacked and sexually assaulted by Jack Bergin, who worked as a raw food advocate in the episode. Chloe spent the decade that passed haunted by her assault, carrying memories of her attacker--the main ones being that he was masked and had a tattoo of a lion's head on his chest. 

    In the events of the episode, Chloe spotted Jack and recognized the tattoo on his chest, and it was after this moment that Chloe began her vengeful plot to kill Jack. Her plan included befriending Jack's wife, Lila, and gaining access to he…

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