'Joplin Bird (Emily Tosta) is the hidden main (redeemed) villainess from The Residents second season opener, "00:42:30" (airdate September 24, 2018). She is a frequent patient of Dr. Nicollette "Nic" Nolan, as well as the younger sister of Rachei Bird, who was with her in the episode.
The siblings' backstory revealed that they lost their mother due to lupus, as Joplin appeared to be suffering the same symptoms. In the episode, a blackout struck Chastain Park, originally believed to be a simple power outage. However, further investigation revealed that it was a hacker who caused the blackout, and not only that, the hacker was in the hospital. In the episode's climax, Nic went to Joplin's room and noticed that her pills were gone, with Joplin…Read more >
Barb Olson (Kellee Stewart) is the main villainess from "Comrades in Arms," episode 1.03 of The Resident (airdate January 29, 2018). She is a billing consultant hired by Chastain Park Memorial Hospital to conduct cost-cutting measures.
As shown in the episode, Barb's demeanor antagonized several members of the hospital's staff, especially Dr. Nicollette "Nic" Nevin, who expressed her annoyance over Barb's seminar. Barb's heel persona was shown in full form regarding the well being of the hospital's transport worker, Louisa Rodriquez, as she needed an operation after it was revealed that she was diagnosed with a retroperitoneal sarcoma. Upon seeing Louisa and the staff, Barb only expressed concern with Louisa not being insured, as well as th…Read more >
Bryn Breitbart (Katherine McNamara) is an antagonist for the TV series "Jessie". She appeared in two 2013 episodes of the series including "Kids Don't Wanna Be Stunned" and "Diary of a Mad Newswoman".
Bryn Breitbart is a snobby mean girl that attends East View High School. She was thought to be a member of the Royal Danish Family, and thirteenth in line for the throne of Denmark. However, that was discovered to be false and Bryn was labeled a liar. It was later reveled that her family makes toilet paper.
Bryn is an enemy of Emma Ross (Petyon List). She turned all of Emma's friends against her in the episode "Kids Don't Wanna Be Shunned".
In the end, she throws a nacho at Rosie (Kelly Gould), aimed for Emma, and causes Rosie to "die" (s…Read more >
Prisma first appears in The Mystic Isles as the main antagonist. For much of her life, Prisma became determined to cover all the Isles in the Mystic Isles in Crystals to make the most powerful magical jewels ever. Knowing the harm this would cause to the other inhabitants, Azurine tried to make her reconsider, but Prisma would not listen to reason. Because of this, Azurine stripped her of her Terra Crystal and her powers to escape the Protectors.
Prisma recognizing that her sister is the evil Crystalmaster but gets apprehended by Sofia and Skye, who turns her over to the Protectors. Prisma blames Sofia for her defeat and vows to return for revenge. Prisma meets a shape-shifter named Twitch, who objects that can restore her power if brought …
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Sarah Evans (Erin Way) is a redeemed villainess from "Sister Sister," episode 6.10 of Rizzoli & Isles (airdate August 18, 2015). She is one of the daughters of the episode's murder victim, Mona Evans.
It was revealed that Sarah and sister Trisha's relationship with Mona wasn't real close, as she spent more time with her dog, Duke. It was also uncovered that Sarah had a history of drug use and petty criminal activity, and she actually harbored resentment towards Mona over her belief that she cared about Duke more than her. Before their mother's death, Sarah had angrily stated that she was going to kill Duke during her argument with Trisha--a threat that Trisha didn't take seriously. However, the evil Sarah actually went though with her plan …Read more >
Naomi Lapaglia, played by Margot Robbie in The Wolf of Wall Street is the golddigging wife of stock market manipulator and penny stock scam artist Jordan Belfort.
In 1987, Jordan Belfort procures a job as a Wall Street stockbroker for L.F Rothschild. Jordan soon finds his career terminated following Black Monday and takes a job at a boiler room brokerage on Long Island that specializes in penny stocks.
Jordan befriends his neighbor, Donnie Azoff, and the two found their own company. The basic method of the firm is a pump and dump scam. To cloak this, Jordan gives the firm the respectable-sounding name of Stratton Oakmont. He has an affair with a woman named Naomi Lapaglia. When his wife finds out, Jordan divorces her and marries Naomi. Mea…
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Eva Khan (Grace Park) is a secondary (redeemed) villainess from "Corner Man", episode 1.09 of Fox's Human Target (airdate March 24, 2010). She was the daughter of renowned MMA fighter/trainer Vincent Kahn and, by the events of the episode, was working as the righthand woman to gangster Hugh Prentiss, a friend of her father's who had taken her in after Vincent died when she was nine.
Series protagonist Christopher Chance encountered Eva and Hugh while working a job protecting MMA fighter Eddie Dunn, who was hiding from Hugh after he refused to throw a match and Hugh sent his henchmen out to kill him in retaliation. Chance's plan was to infilitrate the MMA circuit as an unknown fighter as part of a ploy to get Hugh to lose all his money gambli…
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'Hannah Gregson (Liza J. Bennett) is the hidden main villainess from Elementarys sixth season finale, "Whatever Happens, However Improbable" (airdate September 17, 2018).
Hannah Gregson is a police officer and the daughter of Captain Thomas Gregson. She first appeared in episode 3.05, "Rip Off," where she was dealing with problems with her partner, Officer Stotz. In her return in episode 3.20, "A Stitch in Time," she asked Joan Watson for help regarding pharmacy robberies, but later showed her ambitious side by apprehending the robbers so she could take credit. However, Hannah regretted her actions and told her father everything.
Hannah returned in episode 6.07, "Give Me the Finger," and it was revealed by Gregson that she was a recovering a…
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Quinn (Sara Cicilian) is the secondary (later remorseful and redeemed) villainess of the 2014 film Touched by Grace (alternately titled The Senior Prank). She was a student at Greenbriar High School and the best friend of Skyler Harris, the popular bullying Queen Bee of their school.
Like Skyler, Quinn was shown to also be a bully, as shown by her bullying her co-worker at a local store Ben Powers, who had Down's Syndrome. Her mistreatment of Ben was shown as she first met the film's main protagonist Cara Jarvis (a new girl at Greenbriar) and her mother Nancy, with Quinn responding to Nancy's comment about how many disabled people she'd noticed in the town by claiming the town was "swarmed with them".
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Skyler Harris (Blakely Bunnell) is the main (later remorseful and redeemed) villainess of the 2014 film Touched by Grace (alternately titled The Senior Prank). She was a popular senior at Greenbriar High School and thte best friend of classmate Quinn. She also became quick friends with new student Cara Jarvis (the film's main protagonist) after she helped Skyler get quarterback Brad Michaels as her Homecoming date.
Soon after, however, Skyler was quickly shown to be a bully within her high school, with Cara (having pulled bullying pranks with her friends in her hometown) joining her and Quinn in their actions. When the time came for their class to nominate someone who Homecoming Princess, Skyler concocted a scheme with Quinn (much to Cara's …
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Michelle Morgan (Rachelle Lefevre) is a villainess from "Saving Face," episode 3.03 of The Closer (airdate July 2, 2007). She is an angry bride-to-be who was set to be married at the same church where a funeral for former LAPD detective Ray Hodge took place.
The funeral came to a shocking end, as after the casket dropped, the body of a young woman fell out. Brenda Leigh Johnson's investigation into the woman's death drew Michelle's ire, as the only thing on the villainous bride's mind was getting married. The verbal spat between Michelle and Brenda turned physical when the callous former attacked the latter, leading to Michelle being arrested. With her wedding now ruined (in her mind), the evil Michelle--with her rich father, Michael, present-…Read more >
Gladys (Mary Scheer) is an antagonist in the 2015 Disney Channel TV series "Bunk'd", which was a spin-off of "Jessie". Gladys appeared in 25 episodes.
Gladys was the owner of Camp Kikiawaka. She was mean, selfish, bitter and complained about her failed relationships. All of her lovers seem to reject her because of her depression.
Gladys was a rival of Christina Ross, due to her stealing Morgan Ross from her. As a result, she along with her niece Hazel, want to get rid of Christina's kids Emma, Ravi and Zuri.
Gladys leaves town for good with the insurance money that was intended to be used to rebuild the cabins.
- Mary Scheer appeared as Lady Ema Hellsubus in the 2001 comedy horror, "Elvira's Haunted Hills".
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Rosie Summers is the main (tragic and remorseful) villainess from "In Cold Blood", case #35 of Criminal Case: The Conspiracy, the 5th season of the crime solving game Criminal Case (release date September 13, 2018). She was an intern at technology firm DreamLife working under the tutelage of botanist Wendy Stokes.
When Wendy was found frozen to death in Lab 88-B of DreamLife, Rosie was questioned by the player and Gloria Hayes after her status as her intern was discovered. Rosie initially spoke highly of Wendy and bemoaned the loss of her mentor, though it was later discovered by the detectives that Rosie sent Wendy a box of chocolates containing cockroaches. When confronted by the detectives, Rosie revealed that she had become angry at Wen…Read more >
Maria Gallego (Leonor Varela) is a villainess (redeemed) from "Salvage & Reclamation", episode 1.07 of Fox's Human Target (airdate March 10, 2010). She was the former head of a brigade of soldiers in South America and the former lover of series protagonist Christopher Chance, who she worked alongside before he abruptly left.
The episode's events had Chance returning to South America, having been called by Maria asking him to help rescue archaeologist, Professor Doug Slocombe, who was being held captive by ruthless bounty hunter Bertram. Doug had unearthed the wreckage of the plane crash that killed President Juan Saldovar as he was attempting to flee the country with 40 million dollars worth of gold, and Bertram and his henchmen were lookin…Read more >
Layla (Autumn Reeser) is a redeemed villainess from "Lockdown", episode 1.06 of Fox's Human Target (airdate February 17, 2010). She was an employee for defense contracting firm Centronics, being in charge of monitoring engineer Martin Gleason after he was kidnapped and held captive by Centronics, both to get him to finish a new project and to keep him from revealing how Centronics was illegally selling weapons and intel to the enemy.
As revealed in her first appearance of the episode, Layla had begun corresponding with Martin over Instant Messager (under the username "Niteowl") and formed a friendship with him, leading her to form compassion for Martin as he was put under tighter security measures by her supervisor Leonard Kreese. When Chri…Read more >
Zoe Kusama is a recurring character from Criminal Case: The Conspiracy, the 5th season of the crime solving game Criminal Case. She is a social worker and the girlfriend of Grimsborough detective David Jones.
Zoe was introduced into the game during case #8, "Stonewalled", with her friend Louis Leroux (a reporter at CCN) revealed that she had been missing for months, being last seen entering a car with tinted windows after leaving the library. After learning that David was dating Zoe and was taking her disappearance hard, the player and the rest of the Grimsborough police force began working to locate her, uncovering how she'd been looking into several other disappearances in Grimsborough, including the suspected abduction of her client Trey…
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Lady Valtira and her companion Lord Tyrin are a noble couple who used evil magic to drain the life energy from the trees in the forest. Two hundred years ago, when there were no trees left around their castle to sustain them, they fell into a deep slumber so that the trees could regrow and the rest of the world would forget about their wicked deeds.
The two nobles awakened from their slumber when Prince Adam and Teela ran across their castle. Adam encountered Lady Valtira when he fell off the back of a pegasus. She froze him in place with a spell and planned to enslave him, but unfroze him when Lord Tyrin's mechanical spider tried to capture both her and Sago. Adam turned into He-Man and rescued them from Tyrin (who Valtira no longer recogn…
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The unnamed Vengeful Poisoner is the tragic main villainess from Within Temptation's music video, Frozen (release date June 11, 2007).
The video shows the woman writing a letter, and later shows a flashback that reveals an abusive environment, as the woman and her daughter suffer physical abuse from the woman's husband, who is the father of their daughter. The abuse is also indicated to be sexual, as the wife ended up bearing witness to her demented husband entering their daughter's room and molesting her.
After the assault, the wife became an angry and vengeful villainess, and she was shown lacing her husband's drink with poison. The abusive husband drinks the concoction and dies instantly, and a newspaper headline reveals that the wife was…Read more >
Dr. Ellen Preston (M.J. Karmi) is a hidden minor villainess from "The Red Barn," episode 5.13 of The Mentalist (airdate January 27, 2013).
The episode introduced Dr. Ellen Preston as a retired veterinarian and the mother of doggy day care owner Holly Preston. Her backstory revealed that sometime in 1988, Ellen drove with 16-year-old Holly to confront Lester Bradovich, a Visualize member working as a farmer, as she was concerned that the animals were being harmed. Ellen threatened to report Bradovich, leading to Bradovich shooting a pig in front of her. She slapped Bradovich in response, and ended up attacked by the drugged up Bradovich, prompting Holly to leave the car and kill Bradovich in self-defense.
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Holly Preston (Jenica Bergere) is the main villainess from "The Red Barn," episode 5.13 of The Mentalist (airdate January 27, 2013). She is the owner of a doggy day care as well as the daughter of retired veterinarian Dr. Ellen Preston.
Holly was first shown being approached by Patrick Jane and Teresa Lisbon regarding the 25-year-old deaths of Lester Bradovich, Martin Talbot, and Allen Charney, who were all members of a cult known as Visualize--and were planted by the group as workers on a farm. Jane and Lisbon were looking for Holly's mother after they were advised by Tom Crayhew to talk to her about the deaths. The duo mentioned Crayhew's claims that the animals were treated badly, with Holly dismissing the claim by stating if something w…Read more >
Seymour Stump's unnamed mother (Joey Paul Jensen) is a minor villainess from "Spelling Bee", episode 1.15 of Hey Arnold! (airdate November 20, 1996). She was the mother of Seymour Stump, a competitor in Hillwood's city-wide spelling bee along with main protagonist Arnold and Helga Pataki, with the winner receiving a cash prize.
Seymour was first introduced once only he, Arnold, and Helga remained in the competition, with Seymour's next word being "pasquinade". To the shock of both Arnold's friend Gerald Johanssen and even the moderator, Seymour spelled the word correctly, with Seymour bowing as the audience applauded him. But as he did, an earpiece fell from his ear, leading to the reveal that Seymour's villainous mother had outfitted him w…Read more >
The unnamed Auntie (Gail Bonney; 1901-1984) is a villainess from Flying Saucer Daffy, a Three Stooges short released on October 9, 1958.
In what is a sendoff of Cinderella, the unnamed woman is Moe and Larry's mother and Joe's aunt, and throughout the short, Joe suffers abuse from his aunt and his cousins. Joe planned to go on a camping trip and take a photo to submit to a magazine for a cash prize, but ends up taking Moe and Larry after being forced by his aunt. On the trip, Joe photographs a squirrel, with the picture also showing a paper plate floating in the wind. It is mistaken for a flying saucer by Moe and Larry, and they take credit for the photo and collect the cash prize: $10,000.
As a result of the ruse, Joe ended up as an indentured…Read more >
Ricki (Tiffani Amber Thiessen) is an antagonist from the TV series Blossom, appearing in the 1992 episode Driver's Education.
Ricki is Joey's 18 year old boss at the video store that he works at. She likes to wear short dresses and seems to fancy Joey.
One day Joey makes a mistake at work, so she fires him. Joey tells her that he needs the job and will do anything to keep it, so Ricki tells him with a smirk that he can keep his job if he goes on a date with her. The sexy young boss then smiles and admits she loves the power trip of being in charge. Joey doesn't see a negative with getting to keep his job AND date his hot boss, so he agrees. Ricki then slaps his ass and calls him "cupcake", before leaving.
However, after talking to some of the …Read more >
'Wendy Stroud was a redeemed villainess mentioned (but not seen) in Monks two-part series finale, "Mr. Monk and the End" (airdates November 27 and December 4, 2009).
Wendy Stroud was a midwife who worked for Dr. Malcolm Nash, and in 1983, she assisted then-college student Trudy Ellison (Adrian Monk's future wife) with the birth of her baby. However, the child was the result of an illicit affair between Trudy and her professor, Ethan Rickover--an affair that Rickover was looking to keep quiet. With that, Wendy was bribed by Rickover to falsely inform Trudy that her baby--a girl--died during childbirth. All the while, the villainous Wendy placed the baby girl up for adoption.
In the years that passed, Wendy became a born-again Christian, and i…Read more >
Dr. Cathy (Glenne Headly; 1955-2017) is a villainess from "The Doctor Is In", episode 8.6A of Rugrats (airdate February 9, 2002). She was a therapist who had her own radio advice show, which Didi Pickles was shown listening to in the episode's beginning.
Despite Didi's adoration of the doctor, Dr. Cathy was quickly established as a brash and callous woman, responding to a caller's question on how to improve her relationship to her children by simply telling her to spend more time with them and stop wasting time listening to the radio. Dr. Cathy then fell asleep as the next caller told her about her struggles with her lack of assertiveness, hastily going to the next caller when she woke up.
Cathy later began berating another caller by accusin…Read more >
Marah (Katrina Devine) is a villainess who appeared in 38 episodes of the 2003 TV series "Power Rangers Ninja Storm".
Marah was one of Lothor's nieces by marriage and the sister of Kapri (Katrina Browne). Like Kapri, Marah is ditsy and fashion conscious. She is bee-themed.
Kapri was a descent fighter with the ability of teleportation transformation, energy projection, shielding, flying, and weapon-hand extension.
Marah constantly annoyed her uncle and often failed him. Marah and Kapri have tried proving to their uncle that they were worthy enough to be in his army and frequently attempted to show each other and the other generals up in order to do so.
Marah's only real friend throughout the series was Beevil, who also resembled her, in cert…Read more >
Samantha "Sam" Knight (Sharon Mann) is a redeemed villainess from "Rock Bottom?", episode 1.23 of Code Lyoko (airdate February 4, 2004). She was an aspiring DJ and the girlfriend of Odd Della Robbia. Odd's friends Jeremie Belpois and Ulrich Stern learned about Odd's relationship with Samantha when a photo of her falls off his person, with Odd claiming she went to school at Kadic Academy.
But later on, it was revealed that Sam was actually not a Kadic student, as shown by Odd meeting with her after she snuck onto the academy campus. After sharing an awkward kiss with Odd and discussing her latest musical work, Samantha invited Odd to join her on a "thrill session". It was then that Samantha had Odd take her to Kadic's computer lab, where she…Read more >
Leelee Pimvare (Holly Shanahan) in the 2006 TV series "Power Rangers Mystic Force". She appeared in 20 episodes.
Leelee Primvare was a half-human/half-vampire teenage daughter of Necrolai. She acts vain and selfish.
Leelee was sent by her mother to be a spy on the humans and to destroy the Rangers. She tried liking the evil girl routine, but after the darkness continued to fall, and Leelee herself was turned into an insect many times, she decided to leave the Underworld and return to Briarwood. She got a job at Rock Porium.
The Rangers became suspicious of her, and shut her out. At the end of the episode, she read the Book of Prophecy, hoping that her future might cheer her up. However, she was horrified to discover that she would becom…Read more >
Elsa (Miriama Smith) was a redeemed villainess in the 2004 TV series "Power Rangers Dino thunder". She appeared in 38 episodes.
For much of the early part of the series, she was pretending to be Principal Randall, the head of the high school in Reefside, California where the Dino Thunder Power Rangers go to school. However, it was later learned that Mesogog had placed her there to spy on the rangers without fear of getting caught.
Elsa is Mesogog's minion who helps him bring the dinosaurs back from extinction.
In the second half of the series, she gave herself a new look with longer hair. When Zeltrax left Mesogog's forces, Elsa became his main general. She continued to come up with evil plans to take down the Rangers. However, Mesogog b…Read more >
Camille (Holly Shanahan) was the redeemed villainess in the 2008 TV series "Power Rangers Jungle Fury".
Camille was Dai Shi's servant, who remained in his palace for 10,000 years. When Dai Shi returned in Jarrod's body, she resumed her role as his second in command.
She was an ill-tempered user of the Chameleon spirit, which gave her the ability to camouflage into her backgrounds and use her tongue as a weapon in battle. She could change into a chameleon-like warrior for her battle mode, using a pair of sai as her weapons of choice.
Camille is followed, and annoyed by, the tiny fly, Flit. She once fought him as a human and cursed him by changing him into his current form and then swallowed him. As a part of the curse, Flit must stay in Cami…Read more >
Tenaya 7 (Adelaide Kane) is the main antagonist in 32 episodes of the 2009 TV series "Power Rangers R.P.M."
Tenaya was a fierce general initiated by Venjix (Andrew Laing) to resemble a human, as an Infiltration Attack Bot. The virus claimed to have made her to look and feel like a human, while being a warrior bent on destruction. It turns out, that she was a human, that was modified with cybernetic enhancements.
Tenaya 7 first infiltrated the team as a potential candidate for the Green Ranger. However, she was discovered. She had a habit of whistling "The Farmer in the Dell", which happened to be the hidden tune in Dillon's locket, when two keys are placed inside. When this is discovered, Dillon (Dan Ewing) informed Tenaya that she was …Read more >
PallaPalla is the second oldest member of the Amazoness Quartet and works for the Dead Moon Circus. This is the original depiction of the character created by Naoko Takeuchi.
PallaPalla has light blue hair in a bun, light skin and blue eyes. She wears a blue one piece bikini split into three circles with darker blue balls in the centres. Her bikini is rimmed at the bottom with an orange skirt, she has many ball decorations on her such as her necklace, bracelets, on her sandals and a major part of her headpiece. She is the shortest member of the Amazon Quartet.
In the manga, her and the rest of the Quartet were reverted to their Amazon Stones and she was discovered to be Sailor Pallas, one of the four protectors of Chibiusa.
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CereCere is a member of the Amazoness Quartet who work for Zirconia and Queen Nehelenia. This is the original depiction of the character created by Naoko Takeuchi.
CereCere has long pink hair that she fashions in a bun and a bow and has it tied in yellow ribbons. Her outfit is a pink bikini, tied around her back with a string hanging around her neck and has bracelets with a pink flower on it. She wears a short slightly transparent skit with a pink design on it. She wears pink shoes with a pink flower on it. On her forehead, is a circle jewel.
In the manga, CereCere and the rest of the Quartet were reverted to their Amazon Stone and she was discovered to be Sailor Ceres, one of the four protectors of Chibiusa. Since she was the leader of the …
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JunJun is one of the Amazoness Quartet who serve Zirconia and Queen Nehellenia. This is the original depiction of the character created by Naoko Takeuchi.
JunJun has green hair, green eyes and light skin. Her hair is divided into three sections by brown braids. She wears a brown and green bikini top and white baggy trousers with a green and brown panel. Her sandals are green and she has golden bracelets and hoop earring. On her top and panel are three dark coloured shapes that look like phases of the moon.
In the Materials' Collection, she is said to have the darkest skin of the Amazoness Quartet.
She was a member of Amazoness Quartet, who were actually the Sailor Quartet, those intended to protect Chibiusa in the future when Crystal Tokyo wa…
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VesVes is the youngest member of the Amazoness Quartet and works for the Dead Moon Circus.
VesVes has red hair, red eyes and light skin. She wears a red and black bra and a matching bottoms with a transparent pink skirt. She has golden bracelets and matching ear covers. Her hair is pulled back with numerous golden hairbands with red stones in them. She wears white, horned shoulder pads and red sandals.
In the Materials' Collection, her skin is said to be almost as dark as JunJun's. She is also the second shortest.
She was one of the members of Amazoness Quartet, who were residents of a jungle who awoke Queen Nehellenia as they were playing. As thanks for awakening her, Queen Nehellenia gave them the power to dream forever and always stay you…
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Hillary Jordan (Wendy Davis) is the villainess from "Beating is Fundamental," episode 3.06 of Smart Guy (airdate October 25, 1998). She is the mother of Blake Jordan and the love interest of Floyd Henderson.
Hillary and Floyd first met while the latter took TJ Henderson to a Mensa orientation, after TJ was accepted. Though the relationship between Hillary and Floyd flourishes, it is threatened when Hillary's son, Blake, constantly antagonizes TJ with his arrogance. Things between TJ and Blake come to a head when the latter belittles Floyd's job as a roofer, saying that he's not good enough to date his mother. In response, TJ punches Blake, after which Floyd expresses shock over what TJ had done.
In the episode's climax, Hillary and Floyd are on…Read more >
Darlene Grant (June Havoc) is a minor antagonist in the 1943 comedy movie "No Time For Love".
Darlene Grant is a common showgirl who is jealous of female photographer for Mirror Magazine, Katherine Grant (Claudette Colbert) in the film.
A laborer named Jim Ryan (Fred MacMurray) is suspended from his job of digging a tunnel beneath the East River in Boston, because of an incident while being photographed for a story by Miss Grant. Feeling responsible for the suspension, she hires him to help her on her stories.
On their first job, Miss Grant takes him on a story she is supposed to do on showgirl dancers. As the dancers are performing a kicking lineup on stage, Ryan enjoys the view from backstage. Darlene who is located at the end closest to…Read more >
Neila (Grace Lee Whitney) was a redeemed moll in the 1967 back-to-back episodes "King Tut's Coup" and "Batman's Waterloo" for the TV episode "Batman".
After a blow to the head, Yale Universty professor of Egyptology once again believes he is King Tut (Victor Buono). This was King Tut's second appearance of the season.
Neila was Tut's girl and moll in the episode. That was until Tut became obsessed with Lisa Carson, which we will see here later.
Tut's first order of business is to steal a sarcophagus from the Gotham City Museum's Egyptian section. When Batman (Adam West) arrives on the scene, Tut has left a note for him to find, which translates that he will claim his own. Batman figures that the Egyptian ball that Bruce Wayne has organize…Read more >
Melissa Langner (Deirdre Lovejoy) is the tragic villainess from "Heroic Measures," episode 2.09 of The Closer (airdate August 7, 2006). She is the widowed mother of Nicholas "Nicky" Langner, who tragically died during an operation.
Melissa was shown in tears accusing the doctors of killing him, however, during the episode's progression, Melissa became a suspect in her son's death. It was originally believed that Melissa suffered from Munchausen by Proxy and intentionally made Nicky sick, with many accounts of Melissa's overprotective demeanor backing up the claims. Later on, Melissa was found with Nicky's body at a medical school, as she was dissecting him to prove her claim that the doctors killed him.
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Judith Fessbeggler (Amanda Peet) is the main (redeemed) antagonist from the 2001 comedy, Saving Silverman (alternately titled, Evil Woman).
Judith Fessbeggler is a psychiatrist and the love interest of main protagonist Darren Silverman, who (as described by one of Darren's friends, Wayne LeFessier) is a pushover for women. Judith's backstory revealed that she actually did date more assertive men, with one of them being Josh, a deathmatch fighter. Some point before the film's events, Judith attended one of Josh's fights, and was heartbroken to see that Josh not only lost the match, but his life as well. After Josh's death, Judith decided that she was done with assertive men, and decided to date (perceived) pushovers, while also acting cold a…
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Barbara Stewart (Candace Kita) is one of the protagonists from FOX's series, Masked Rider. She is the husband of Hal Stewart and the adoptive mother of Dex (the titular Masked Rider and main protagonist), Molly, and Albee. Barbara became a villainess in the series' penultimate episode, "Exit Nefaria, Enter Barbaria" (airdate November 18, 1996), going under the name Barbaria.
The episode had Count Dregon (Dex's uncle and the series' main antagonist) fed up with Nefaria's failures and shrinking her down to size, while also taking her powers. Looking for a suitable replacement, Dregon decided to abduct Barbara and transfer Nefaria's powers to her, turning the usually kindly Barbara into the evil Barbaria. After the transformation, Barbaria was…Read more >
Kaoru Taiyama (Kaori Yamagata) is the villainess of "The Four Porsches", episode 12.23 and 12.24 of Case Closed (airdates October 20 and 27, 2003). She was a porsche enthusiast along with her three golfing buddies: Elji Hotei, Yoshihito Kureko, and Yukiya Banba.
Kaoru's backstory revealed that she had past history with Banba: he had been responsible for the car crash she had been in with her younger brother, having splashed water on the windshield as he drove past as a prank. While Kaoru was rescued from the wreckage three hours later, her brother had already succumbed to his injuries by that point and had died. While Kaoru was unable to remember the license plate of Banba's car, she was able to remember his face, the make of his Porsche, a…Read more >
Amber Pollock (Cassie Scerbo) is a redeemed antagonist in the 2011 film "Teen Spirit".
Amber was a rich, mean, snobbish and popular girl along with her friends Carlita Cache (Gabriela Lopez), Dakota (Katrina Rose Tandy) and Paisley (Carissa Capobianco). Amber was the most popular of all of them, and when she was crowned prom queen at Ashley high school, she got electrocuted on stage. After her death, she became a spirit, and was told by an angel named Supervisor J-3 (Tim Gunn) to return to her high school as a ghost and arrange that the school's least popular student, Lisa Sommers (Lindsey Shaw) become Prom Queen.
However, after Amber's death, her best friend Carlita inherited the lead of their gang, and tried to be crowned prom queen hers…Read more >
Vanessa (Thaila Ayala) is a secondary antagonist in the 2017 film adaptation of the woody woodpecker cartoon, "Woody Woodpecker". She is played by brazilian actress Thaila Ayala.
Vanessa is the vain and shallow fiancee of a big city lawyer named Lance Walters. Lance has just recentley divorced the mother of his young son Tommy, and Vanessa is just a younger model that wants nothing to do with his son.
Vanessa hates nature and especially hates Woody and is constantly a victim of his antics.
Her main goal is to build a luxurious house for her and her fiancee in the woods and doesn't care for the already stablished animal inhabitants. As a result, Woody defends his home in slapstick fashion. She is an interior decorator, so she has ulterior …Read more >
Flora (Maxine Gates; 1917-1990) and Dora (Lu Leonard; 1926-2004) are the antagonists from Husbands Beware, a Three Stooges short released on January 5, 1956.
Flora and Dora are Shemp's sisters and the new wives of Moe and Larry, respectively, and the opening of the short showed the two couples saying their "I Do"s to each other. Moe and Larry expressed gratitude to Shemp for introducing them to his sisters, but when they were preparing themselves for a kiss from their new wives, Flora and Dora decked their husbands, showing their true colors as bullies.
The abusive antagonists ordered Moe and Larry to prepare dinner for them, and also snapped at Shemp after tossing their husbands towards the kitchen. The Stooges' faulty cooking made a bad impres…Read more >
Ms. Gunther (Susan Kellermann) is a minor (redeemed) villainess from the 2006 film Last Holiday. She was a manager at the Grandhotel Pupp in Karlovy Vary, which was being visited by the film's main protagonist, Georgia Byrd.
Ms. Gunther's first appearance (which had her checking in on Georgia) showed her as a humorless and rigid woman, responding to Georgia's question of what she did for fun at the hotel by saying she shined the shoes guests left in the hallways and reacting with quiet irritation at Georgia's requests for ski lessons and additional spa treatments, as well as Georgia offering her a colon irrigation treatment. Ms. Gunther later dismissed the praise Georgia was receiving from the rest of the hotel's staff for her opinionated n…Read more >
Andrea Thorpe (Morgan Fairchild) is the main antagonist in the 1996 episode "Wedding Bell Blues" for the TV series "Cybill". Andrea appeared in a total of four episodes on the TV series "Cybill" from 1995-1997.
Andrea Thorpe is Cybill's casting competitors, who makes a habit of beating her out of several jobs. The back story is that Cybil (Cybill Shepherd) went as far as throwing her down a canyon because she made her so mad.
is first seen running into Cybill on the set "Chicago Hope", where Cybill is playing a coma victim. She is surprised to see Andrea introduced as the shows newest hire to play a physician. To make matters worse, Andrea announces that she is getting married to Dr. Dick, the ex-husband of Cybill's best friend Maryann T…Read more >
Rachel's unnamed grandmother (Fran Lopate; 1918-1999) is a plot-twist villainess from the 1986 film, Deadtime Stories. She appeared in the film's middle segment, "Little Red Runninghood," and is the grandmother of the segment's main protagonist, Rachel.
The segment (a bedtime story that Uncle Mike was telling to his nephew, Little Brian) had Rachel picking up her grandmother's medication, doing so before she met her boyfriend. However, unbeknownst to Rachel, she picked up the wrong medication, and the proper batch ended up in the possession of a man named Willie, who had believed that he picked up the pills he had been taking in order to prevent his transformation into a werewolf. Rachel's grandmother is first shown being encountered by Wil…Read more >
Mary Phillips (known by her pseudonym Stormer) is a villain from Jem.
Stormer is shown to be very sensitive and kind, unlike the other members of The Misfits. She goes along with most of the plots to upstage and sabotage Jem, but will voice her concern if she thinks that they are getting out of hand. In the episode Frame Up, Eric and The Misfits have their goons steal the concert's ticket money, and frame Jem. Right as Jem is about to be taken away by the police, a mysterious, cloaked woman appears and says that she can prove that Jem is innocent. This woman turns out to be Stormer in disguise, who did not want Jem to go to jail for a crime she didn't commit.
Stormer takes a lot of abuse from her fellow Misfits. In the episode The Bands Bre…Read more >
Ellen Andrews (Lisa Moore) was an evil robot in the 1977 second of a two-part episode of "Fembots in Las Vegas" for the TV series "The Bionic Woman".
Ellen is a second generation fembot manufactured by Carl Franklin (Michael Burns), the robot "son" of Dr. Franklin.
Jaime Sommers (Lindsay Wagner) first noticed the presence of another fembot while backstage at a Las Vegas show. She discovered that Tami Cross (Melinda O. Fee), the girlfriend of Rod Kyler (James Olson), had been replaced with a fembot. Tami was posing as a Las Vegas showgirl.
Jaime is then taken on by a army of fembots inside the casino. There is Gina (Nancy Bleieir) who is serving as a cigarette girl, Billie (Lorna Sands) a black jack dealer, and Peggy Callahan (Jennifer …Read more >