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When Bad is Good: Wicked Women in Books We Just Love to Hate

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These days there are tons of awesome female characters on TV. Young, old, smart, naïve, good and evil. And while it’s always fun to root for the good characters (they save the day and they give us happy endings), let’s face it: sometimes the villains are WAY more interesting. Which is why certain wicked women make it impossible to tear our eyes away from the screen. These characters are complicated, cruel and they almost never make the right choices in life. Sure, they usually get what they deserve in the end, but it’s certainly a wild ride along the way! Here are our top five favorite wicked women on TV — and one from a book! — who make being evil look…

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6 Fictional Bad Girls We (Secretly) Wish Were Our Best Friends

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Everybody loves a bad girl. You know the type I’m talking about: she’s always trying to steal the main guy, bitch-slapping every girl she comes across and shooting out one-liners like nobody’s business. She’s definitely not the nicest girl in the room, but she’s probably the most interesting. There’s just something about these girls that makes us want to hate them, but instead we end up wishing we were best friends To celebrate those ladies we all love to hate, here are the top five bad girls on TV – and one from a book too! Rachel Gatina, One Tree Hill From the start, we all knew Rachel (Danneel Harris Ackles) was trouble. She and Brooke (Sophia Bush) hit it…

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Game of Thrones Season 5 finale: Mother have mercy!

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Beware: If you have not seen Season 5 of Game of Thrones in its entirety, or if you have not read all five books of the A Song of Ice and Fire series, tread lightly. This is a spoiler heavy zone. You have been warned. Save your caps lock of outrage for someone who has not been tormented with the knowledge of what could and should have been. Mother have mercy – because Benioff and Weiss surely did not. Season 5 of Game of Thrones has taken viewers, and more importantly book readers, for a ride. When this season started, the devoted knew that we were headed into uncharted territory. While the supposedly non-canon plot lines tore at this Bookish…

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