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8th Dec '17 11:06:40 PM Dipnoi
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* The relative efficacy and efficiency of female serial killers, who are often motivated by economic gain and tend to target their husbands and dependent children, is a primary point of discussion in the Phantom of Heilbronn episode of ''Podcast/FatFrenchAndFabulous''. "I am a strong independent woman with an unquenchable thirst for blood!"

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* The relative efficacy and efficiency of female serial killers, who are often motivated by economic gain and tend to target their husbands and dependent children, is a primary point of discussion in the Phantom of Heilbronn episode of ''Podcast/FatFrenchAndFabulous''. "I
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8th Dec '17 11:05:09 PM Dipnoi
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* The relative efficacy and efficiency of female serial killers, who are often primarily motivated by is a primary point of discussion in ''Podcast/FatFrenchAndFabulous''

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* The relative efficacy and efficiency of female serial killers, who are often primarily motivated by economic gain and tend to target their husbands and dependent children, is a primary point of discussion in ''Podcast/FatFrenchAndFabulous''the Phantom of Heilbronn episode of ''Podcast/FatFrenchAndFabulous''. "I am a strong independent woman with an unquenchable thirst for blood!"
8th Dec '17 11:03:19 PM Dipnoi
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* The relative efficacy and efficiency of female serial killers, who are often primarily motivated by is a primary point of discussion in ''Podcast/FatFrenchAndFabulous''
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25th Nov '17 7:02:21 PM Onlythrice
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* Abigail Mathers in ''VideoGame/{{GrandTheftAutoV}}''. She seduces a rich TV producer away from his family and tampers with the airlock in a submarine he was testing in order to kill him for the insurance money. She then cons Michael into salvaging what's left of the submarine to prove his death to the insurance company and flees to the airport to skip town unless killed by the player.

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* Abigail Mathers in ''VideoGame/{{GrandTheftAutoV}}''.''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoV''. She seduces a rich TV producer away from his family and tampers with the airlock in a submarine he was testing in order to kill him for the insurance money. She then cons Michael into salvaging what's left of the submarine to prove his death to the insurance company and flees to the airport to skip town unless killed by the player.


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* In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/BobsBurgers'' the Belchers help Teddy work on a woman's beach house and Linda comes to the conclusion that she killed her rich husband after seducing him away from his first wife by loosening the railings on his widow's walk. The ending implies that she actually did do it as she admits that she didn't like her husband and Bob notices an old toolbox buried after she claimed she didn't own any tools (but was too high on painkillers to draw the proper conclusion).
15th Oct '17 6:43:20 AM Malady
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* Lady D from ''{{Henry Hatsworth}}'', who hangs around a graveyard swamp and stands on a giant wedding cake/fort, shooting skulls out of a fake groom at anyone who rejects her.

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* Lady D from ''{{Henry Hatsworth}}'', ''VideoGame/HenryHatsworthInThePuzzlingAdventure'', who hangs around a graveyard swamp and stands on a giant wedding cake/fort, shooting skulls out of a fake groom at anyone who rejects her.



* In ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}'', your female character can learn an ability by this name, which allows you to charm and manipulate members of the opposite sex with ease. Also, this perk grants a minor combat damage increase against male characters. ''[[TheBluebeard Lady Killer]]'' is essentially the inverse perk for men.

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}'', ''VideoGame/Fallout3'', your female character can learn an ability by this name, which allows you to charm and manipulate members of the opposite sex with ease. Also, this perk grants a minor combat damage increase against male characters. ''[[TheBluebeard Lady Killer]]'' is essentially the inverse perk for men.
6th Sep '17 7:50:25 PM zarpaulus
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** Pearl's granddaughter Kinga forces Jonah to marry her towards the end of season 11 by threatening to cut off his oxygen, and at the wedding he's eaten by a robot monster unleashed by a jealous TV's Son of TV's Frank.
4th Sep '17 2:46:50 PM Killerikala
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* ''Series/{{Gotham}}'' has Oswald Cobblepot's stepmother. She and her (adult) kids are trying to kill Ozzie's real father by tampering with his medication. After Oswald comes into the picture, he becomes his father's favourite (he is his only real son) and his most likely heir. [[spoiler: This causes the step-mom to poison Ozzie's drink, only for his dad to drink it instead. (Un)fortunately, Oz later finds the poison, and [[SiblingMurder bad]] [[IAteWhat things]] [[{{Matricide}} happen]] to the step-family.]]
31st Aug '17 10:59:25 PM Nadim
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* ''Series/{{Jessie}}'': Mrs. Chesterfield married six different husbands [[Golddigger solely for their money]] and got rid of them when she was done with them. Many of her husbands are implied to be dead and she still seeks more rich husbands.

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* ''Series/{{Jessie}}'': Mrs. Chesterfield married six different husbands [[Golddigger [[{{Golddigger}} solely for their money]] and got rid of them when she was done with them. Many of her husbands are implied to be dead and she still seeks more rich husbands.
31st Aug '17 10:58:23 PM Nadim
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* ''Series/{{Jessie}}'': Mrs. Chesterfield married six different husbands [[Golddigger solely for their money]] and got rid of them when she was done with them. Many of her husbands are implied to be dead and she still seeks more rich husbands.
23rd Aug '17 12:08:18 AM PaulA
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* Alison, the wicked stepmother character from Creator/MercedesLackey's Cinderella retelling, ''[[Literature/ElementalMasters Phoenix and Ashes]]''. Eleanor's father and the father of the stepsisters were merely the bookends of a long career of using and killing men.

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* Alison, the wicked stepmother character from Creator/MercedesLackey's Cinderella retelling, ''[[Literature/ElementalMasters Phoenix and Ashes]]''.''Literature/PhoenixAndAshes''. Eleanor's father and the father of the stepsisters were merely the bookends of a long career of using and killing men.
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