me, Glory, since we’re here to present the Cutie for Best Villain, what do
you think is the most important characteristic of a villain?
villain? Honey, what a villain
needs most is killer shoes and a good night’s sleep.
know – I don’t think so. I think
the most important thing is power.
Power and a little mystery, enough to create fear. Like The Wraith in
Stargate Atlantis. Now that is what I call excellent
- As if the Mayor of some tiny backward town, in this puny
dimension, knows anything about villainy?
Darlin’, take it from me, what‘s really important is a god-like
attitude. For example, the
attitude on that Aaron Echolls
on Veronica Mars.
think you’re on to something there.
Attitude is important.
A truly wicked disposition is definitely a plus. What good is being a villain if you
can’t have any fun with it? Take a
look at Dr Gaius Baltar in Battlestar Galactica. There’s a man after my own heart.
- I’d like to go after his brain. To be a true villain, a woman has to have her needs
fulfilled – she needs brains to suck, and she has to surround herself with
the creature comforts she needs – money, luxuries – she has to have her
priorities straight, like Emily Gilmore
in Gilmore Girls.
do agree it is important for villains to look good and have their own
style. Elena Derevko in Alias
is a wonderful example.
- Please. She’s an amateur. And I’m getting bored. Very bored. How about we see who won this stupid, trivial little human
idea, Glory. But before we do, I
want to say a few words about the significance of this day. An award is more than just the trophy,
or the shiny medal, or the framed certificate that hangs on the wall. A winner is not defined by his or her
accolades, or by the –
gonna make everyone listen to a speech first? You really are Evil.
Just hand me the envelope!