Teen Drama’s Villainous Characters

26 06 2009

Teen drama has its fair share of villainous characters.  Their actions might make us furious, but we can’t deny that their drama-causing ways spice things up. Not unsimilar to my Biggest Vixens series, it’s time to look at the most villainous teen drama characters.


1. Valerie Malone (played by Tiffani-Amber Thiessen)

When Valerie came to town in season 5, she put on a sweet face but viewers learned by the end of her first episode that appearances could be deceiving. Of the next few years, Valerie faked a pregnancy and an abortion, cheated on her boyfriends and sabotaged the relationships and lives of her supposed friends.  As Kelly (Jennie Garth) once said to her, “You are such a bitch!”

2. Ray Pruitt (played by Jamie Walters)

Season 5 also brought Ray Pruitt to town, where he wooed–and then beat–Donna (Tori Spelling).  Hated by fans for his character’s repeated physical and emotional abuse, Walters chose to leave the show.

Come back tomorrow to find out who are the villains of Dawson’s Creek!

Top 5 Biggest Vixens Pt. 5

13 03 2009

Part One, Part Two, Part Three, Part Four

1. Valerie Malone (Beverly Hills, 90210)

This should come as no surprise as Valerie was and is, without a doubt, the ultimate teen drama vixen. There wasn’t a woman in Beverly Hills Val didn’t fight with or a guy that was safe from her come-ons.  With a priority list that consisted of ME ME ME, Val stopped at nothing to get her way from the day she set foot in the zip code.  A few arrests and even an AIDS scare didn’t deter her to change her wild ways.


These ladies deserve a small shoutout for occasionally causing trouble but either not sticking around long or having a lot more to their personality.

Sophie Burns (Beverly Hills, 90210)

Jen Lindley (Dawson’s Creek)

Abby Morgan (Dawson’s Creek)

Eve Whitman (Dawson’s Creek)

Taylor Townsend (The O.C.)

Brooke Davis (One Tree Hill)

Nicki (One Tree Hill)

Taylor James (One Tree Hill)

Georgina Sparks (Gossip Girl)


90210: That Which We Destroy

30 12 2008

I rewatched 90210’s mid-season cliff-hanger tonight and that final scene is stuck in my head.

Sean, after just having moved in to Casa Wilson, is on the phone–sans accent–and acting very unlike the well-mannered boy he supposedly is.

Reminded me of the end of Valerie’s first episode (Beverly Hills, 90210 season 5) where the supposedly sweet young girl shows a new side, where she smokes pot and trash-talks.

Coincidence?  I think not…

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