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13th Nov '17 9:52:46 AM Clown-Face
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* Amber from ''WesternAnimation/SofiaTheFirst'' was originally a genuine AlphaBitch and a RoyalBrat in the {{Pilot}}, but quickly warmed up to Sofia and became this trope, thus becoming a beautiful princess [[spoiler: similar to the main protagonist]], still in her cute, green formal gown [[spoiler: similar to the main protagonist's cute, purple colored formal gown]].

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* Amber from ''WesternAnimation/SofiaTheFirst'' was originally a genuine AlphaBitch and a RoyalBrat in the {{Pilot}}, but quickly warmed up to Sofia and became becomes this trope, thus becoming a beautiful princess [[spoiler: similar to the main protagonist]], still in her cute, green formal gown [[spoiler: similar to the main protagonist's cute, purple colored formal gown]].trope.
30th Oct '17 12:09:48 AM darkemyst
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** There's also Cho Chang of Ravenclaw, who's pretty, popular, a star Quidditch player, has her own GirlPosse, but is actually a NiceGirl who just has some severe emotional and psychological problems. [[spoiler:Her first boyfriend being casually murdered by the BigBad didn't help]].

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** There's also Cho Chang of Ravenclaw, who's pretty, popular, a star Quidditch player, has her own GirlPosse, but is actually a NiceGirl who just has some severe emotional and psychological problems. [[spoiler:Her first boyfriend being casually murdered by the BigBad in [[Literature/HarryPotterAndTheGobletOfFire Goblet of Fire]] didn't help]].
19th Sep '17 9:57:25 AM Seanette
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* ''Series/{{Carrusel}}'': Maria Joaquina had two KickTheDog moments at the beginning, when she ripped the card that Cirilo gave her for her birthday and then when she ratted Marcelina for cheating on a test. The ''second'' one, however, bit her in the butt badly as her classmates (''[[DoggedNiceGuy Cirilo]]'' included) isolated her; Maria Joaquina ended up [[HeroicBSOD breaking down]] [[CryCute in tears]] due to this, and after that she became the Lovable Alpha Bitch we know and love.

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* ''Series/{{Carrusel}}'': Maria Joaquina had two KickTheDog moments at the beginning, when she ripped the card that Cirilo gave her for her birthday and then when she ratted Marcelina for cheating on a test. The ''second'' one, however, bit her in the butt badly as her classmates (''[[DoggedNiceGuy Cirilo]]'' ([[DoggedNiceGuy Cirilo]] included) isolated her; Maria Joaquina ended up [[HeroicBSOD breaking down]] [[CryCute in tears]] due to this, and after that she became the Lovable Alpha Bitch we know and love.
11th Sep '17 9:39:49 AM annette12
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* [[FictionFiveHundred The stupidly rich]] Ashley Cartier and [[Wrestling/{{Ivory}} Tina Ferrari]] may have been [[SubvertedTrope subversions]] since they were supposed to be likable from the get go, even though Cartier openly referred to herself as "prissy". Still, that the well off California girls living the life of luxury were baby {{face}}s rather than Wrestling/TedDibiase type {{heel}}s is worth mentioning.[[/folder]]

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* Galinda/Glinda from ''Theatre/{{Wicked}}''. Spoiled, ditzy, entitled, and bratty... but also deeply loyal to Elphaba, and in possession of a genuinely good heart beneath it all. By the time act two begins, she's outgrown her AlphaBitch ways almost entirely, and the end of the show has her ascend to TheWomanWearingTheQueenlyMask for the sake of the greater good.

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* [[FictionFiveHundred The stupidly rich]] Ashley Cartier and [[Wrestling/{{Ivory}} Tina Ferrari]] may have been [[SubvertedTrope subversions]] since they were supposed to be likable from the get go, even though Cartier openly referred to herself as "prissy". Still, that the well off California girls living the life of luxury were baby {{face}}s rather than Wrestling/TedDibiase type {{heel}}s is worth mentioning.[[/folder]]

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* Galinda/Glinda from ''Theatre/{{Wicked}}''. Spoiled, ditzy, entitled, and bratty... but also deeply loyal to Elphaba, and in possession of a genuinely good heart beneath it all. By the time act two begins, she's outgrown her AlphaBitch ways almost entirely, and the end of the show has her ascend to TheWomanWearingTheQueenlyMask for the sake of the greater good.


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* Galinda/Glinda from ''Theatre/{{Wicked}}''. Spoiled, ditzy, entitled, and bratty... but also deeply loyal to Elphaba, and in possession of a genuinely good heart beneath it all. By the time act two begins, she's outgrown her AlphaBitch ways almost entirely, and the end of the show has her ascend to TheWomanWearingTheQueenlyMask for the sake of the greater good.
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11th Sep '17 9:38:47 AM annette12
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* Examples of this abound on ''Series/AmericasNextTopModel''. Bianca from Cycle 9 was a monster, picking on poor [[UsefulNotes/AspergersSyndrome Aspie]] Heather and [[HookerWithAHeartOfGold Stripper with a Heart of Gold]] Lisa. But you can't hate her too much when her disses are as poetic as "check your thighs in the mirror, and I'm done" and her claim that she's a "fun bitch" not a "bitchy bitch". It's more fun to judge ''America's Next Top Model'' contestants by their capacity for MemeticMutation as opposed to their actual modelling ability.
* Lexi of ''Series/ANTFarm'' started the show a straight-up AlphaBitch, but has slowly been shaping up as this, getting some moments of potential friendship with Chyna and even some ShipTease with Chyna's brother, Cameron.
* Naomi from ''Series/BeverlyHills90210'' evolved into this after her CharacterDevelopment in season 3.
* Penny from ''Series/TheBigBangTheory'' is a gorgeous young woman who socializes easily and who was very popular in high school. Her bitchy behavior shows mostly in regards to her relationship with scientists Bernadette and Amy. In one episode, she realized she was a high school bully and was sorry about it. She is still portrayed as likable.
* Cordelia Chase from ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' starts as a regular AlphaBitch, but becomes this through CharacterDevelopment and HiddenDepths. Eventually, she also becomes a FallenPrincess, but even when she becomes a regular on the {{Spinoff}}, ''Series/{{Angel}}'', she still retains some of the Alpha Bitchy qualities she had to begin with.

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* Examples of this abound on ''Series/AmericasNextTopModel''. ''Series/AmericasNextTopModel'': Bianca from Cycle 9 was a monster, picking on poor [[UsefulNotes/AspergersSyndrome Aspie]] Heather and [[HookerWithAHeartOfGold Stripper with a Heart of Gold]] Lisa. But you can't hate her too much when her disses are as poetic as "check your thighs in the mirror, and I'm done" and her claim that she's a "fun bitch" not a "bitchy bitch". It's more fun to judge ''America's Next Top Model'' contestants by their capacity for MemeticMutation as opposed to their actual modelling ability.
* ''Series/ANTFarm'': Lexi of ''Series/ANTFarm'' started the show a straight-up AlphaBitch, but has slowly been shaping up as this, getting some moments of potential friendship with Chyna and even some ShipTease with Chyna's brother, Cameron.
* Naomi from ''Series/BeverlyHills90210'' ''Series/BeverlyHills90210''
** Kelly is initially portrayed as a popular, stuck up snob but over the years she grows into a much more likable person.
** In the SequelSeries, Naomi. She's not that bad. She genuinely has a nicer side, but would still act like a bitch if anyone has ever hurt or betrayed her in anyway. She
evolved into this after her CharacterDevelopment in season 3.
* ''Series/TheBigBangTheory'': Penny from ''Series/TheBigBangTheory'' is a gorgeous young woman who socializes easily and who was very popular in high school. Her bitchy behavior shows mostly in regards to her relationship with scientists Bernadette and Amy. In one episode, she realized she was a high school bully and was sorry about it. She is still portrayed as likable.
* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'':
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Cordelia Chase from ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' starts as a regular AlphaBitch, but becomes this through CharacterDevelopment and HiddenDepths. Eventually, she also becomes a FallenPrincess, but even when she becomes a regular on the {{Spinoff}}, ''Series/{{Angel}}'', she still retains some of the Alpha Bitchy qualities she had to begin with.



* Maria Joaquina from ''Series/{{Carrusel}}''. She had two KickTheDog moments at the beginning, when she ripped the card that Cirilo gave her for her birthday and then when she ratted Marcelina for cheating on a test. The ''second'' one, however, bit her in the butt badly as her classmates (''[[DoggedNiceGuy Cirilo]]'' included) isolated her; Maria Joaquina ended up [[HeroicBSOD breaking down]] [[CryCute in tears]] due to this, and after that she became the Lovable Alpha Bitch we know and love.
* Marci Stahl in ''Series/Daredevil2015''. When we first meet her in "World on Fire," she seems like Regina George if Regina George became a lawyer - she makes no secret of being selfish and mostly interested in her own career. But Marci has moral standards and her open bitchiness can be strangely endearing. Karen finds it amazing that Foggy used to date her. Marci eventually drops the selfishness bit after Foggy persuades her to turn against her colleagues at Landman & Zack and sell them out for conspiring in Wilson Fisk's criminal enterprise. By season 2, she's been hired on at Hogarth, Chao & Benowitz and has become a somewhat nicer person.
* Jessie on ''Series/DeadOfSummer'' starts out looking like a more conventional AlphaBitch, but receives some major CharacterDevelopment in episode 4 showing her to have a softer side. [[spoiler:Of the two people who learn that Drew is transgender, she's the one who accepts him for who he is -- and given that the show is set in TheEighties, that says a lot about her character. (Especially since the other person who found out about Drew's sexuality, Blair, was himself gay, and was [[UnsettlingGenderReveal squicked out about his would-be boyfriend's gender identity]].)]]
* At ''Series/{{Degrassi}}'', both Paige (S1-S5) and Holly J (S7-S11) start out as the standard {{Alpha Bitch}}es, but due to CharacterDevelopment Paige comes to the point where she's ready to stop worrying about what other people think and have a lesbian relationship with Alex in her senior year. Holly J also grows into this trope by the time she's a senior.
* Rachel on ''Series/{{Friends}}'' started off like this before her CharacterDevelopment. This goes back to her days in high school when she was a spoiled AlphaBitch cheerleader but was still friends with the unpopular Monica.

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%%* Sasha from ''Series/{{Bunheads}}''.
* ''Series/{{Carrusel}}'': Maria Joaquina from ''Series/{{Carrusel}}''. She had two KickTheDog moments at the beginning, when she ripped the card that Cirilo gave her for her birthday and then when she ratted Marcelina for cheating on a test. The ''second'' one, however, bit her in the butt badly as her classmates (''[[DoggedNiceGuy Cirilo]]'' included) isolated her; Maria Joaquina ended up [[HeroicBSOD breaking down]] [[CryCute in tears]] due to this, and after that she became the Lovable Alpha Bitch we know and love.
%%* Rosamund "Rosie" Webster, from ''Series/CoronationStreet''. [[IAmNotSpock Do not confuse her with Helen Flanagan, her actress]].
* ''Series/CrazyExGirlfriend'': Rebecca meets a quintet of these girls in the episode where she volunteers at her old summer camp. At first, five of the teenage girls there are determined to make Rebecca's life hell, laughing at her and mocking her every chance they get. However, when Rebecca tries to give a speech on female empowerment, only to break down into hysterical sobs due to her own personal issues, all the campers leave... except the five girls who were making fun of her the whole time, who instead approach Rebecca and sit with her on the stage. They sympathetically listen to Rebecca's troubles, and then give her a makeover and sing a SelfEmpowermentAnthem to try and encourage her. Their advice is questionable, to say the least, but it quickly becomes clear that they're not really bad people.
* ''Series/Daredevil2015'':
Marci Stahl in ''Series/Daredevil2015''.Stahl. When we first meet her in "World on Fire," she seems like Regina George if Regina George became a lawyer - she makes no secret of being selfish and mostly interested in her own career. But Marci has moral standards and her open bitchiness can be strangely endearing. Karen finds it amazing that Foggy used to date her. Marci eventually drops the selfishness bit after Foggy persuades her to turn against her colleagues at Landman & Zack and sell them out for conspiring in Wilson Fisk's criminal enterprise. By season 2, she's been hired on at Hogarth, Chao & Benowitz and has become a somewhat nicer person.
* ''Series/DeadOfSummer'': Jessie on ''Series/DeadOfSummer'' starts out looking like a more conventional AlphaBitch, but receives some major CharacterDevelopment in episode 4 showing her to have a softer side. [[spoiler:Of the two people who learn that Drew is transgender, she's the one who accepts him for who he is -- and given that the show is set in TheEighties, that says a lot about her character. (Especially since the other person who found out about Drew's sexuality, Blair, was himself gay, and was [[UnsettlingGenderReveal squicked out about his would-be boyfriend's gender identity]].)]]
* At ''Series/{{Degrassi}}'', both ''Series/{{Degrassi}}'': Both Paige (S1-S5) and Holly J (S7-S11) start out as the standard {{Alpha Bitch}}es, but due to CharacterDevelopment Paige comes to the point where she's ready to stop worrying about what other people think and have a lesbian relationship with Alex in her senior year. Holly J also grows into this trope by the time she's a senior.
* ''Series/{{Friends}}'': Rachel on ''Series/{{Friends}}'' started off like this before her CharacterDevelopment. This goes back to her days in high school when she was a spoiled AlphaBitch cheerleader but was still friends with the unpopular Monica.



* Miu Kazashiro in ''Series/KamenRiderFourze'' becomes one early in the show's run, losing her fanbase after the MonsterOfTheWeek [[EngineeredPublicConfession records her badmouthing her admirers and broadcasts it during the school's]] BeautyContest (and beats her up). She ends up winning back her classmates' respect by going up on stage during the last part of the contest (while still bandaged and using a crutch) and delivering an epic speech where she explains that she hates admirers because it means they're focusing on her rather than improving themselves. She also accepts the MagneticHero's offer of friendship and ends up becoming the (self proclaimed) president of the Kamen Rider Club, and then the (self proclaimed) chairman after she graduates.
* Kate from ''Series/LizzieMcGuire'' was originally friends with Lizzie and her friends until she got a bra. At the start of the series, she is the AlphaBitch stereotype. Later on she has moments of sympathy, such as when her sister and mother seem to show her little to no affection, and some moments that show her character develop, such as helping Lizzie and Gordo in the movie (also becoming a ShipperOnDeck for the two).
* Tamara from ''Series/LittleLunch'' has elements of this, although given her athleticism she may be more of a female JerkJock. She has the bossiness and tendency to dictate other people's social status of the traditional alpha bitch, but she's not really a bully, and she inevitably comes around and proves herself a good friend in the end.
* Alisha from ''Series/{{Misfits}}''. Although other characters have called her out on her bitchy behavior and after going through a lot of CharacterDevelopment she is no longer an AlphaBitch.
* Brittany from ''Series/{{Mortified}}'', although how much of an Alpha Bitch she is [[DependingOnTheWriter varies from episode to episode]].

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* ''Series/TheFactsOfLife'': Blair Warner is a RichBitch but the rare HiddenHeartOfGold subtype.
* ''Literature/GossipGirl'': Blair Waldorf, the ruthless queen bee, can be sweet and does worry about the people she likes if she's in good terms with them, but only her close friends and family get to see this side of her.
* ''Series/KamenRiderFourze'':
Miu Kazashiro in ''Series/KamenRiderFourze'' becomes one early in the show's run, losing her fanbase after the MonsterOfTheWeek [[EngineeredPublicConfession records her badmouthing her admirers and broadcasts it during the school's]] BeautyContest (and beats her up). She ends up winning back her classmates' respect by going up on stage during the last part of the contest (while still bandaged and using a crutch) and delivering an epic speech where she explains that she hates admirers because it means they're focusing on her rather than improving themselves. She also accepts the MagneticHero's offer of friendship and ends up becoming the (self proclaimed) president of the Kamen Rider Club, and then the (self proclaimed) chairman after she graduates.
* ''Series/LizzieMcGuire'': Kate from ''Series/LizzieMcGuire'' was originally friends with Lizzie and her friends until she got a bra. At the start of the series, she is the AlphaBitch stereotype. Later on she has moments of sympathy, such as when her sister and mother seem to show her little to no affection, and some moments that show her character develop, such as helping Lizzie and Gordo in the movie (also becoming a ShipperOnDeck for the two).
* ''Series/LittleLunch'': Tamara from ''Series/LittleLunch'' has elements of this, although given her athleticism she may be more of a female JerkJock. She has the bossiness and tendency to dictate other people's social status of the traditional alpha bitch, but she's not really a bully, and she inevitably comes around and proves herself a good friend in the end.
* Alisha from ''Series/{{Misfits}}''.''Series/{{Misfits}}'': Alisha. Although other characters have called her out on her bitchy behavior and after going through a lot of CharacterDevelopment she is no longer an AlphaBitch.
* Brittany from ''Series/{{Mortified}}'', ''Series/{{Mortified}}'': Brittany, although how much of an Alpha Bitch she is [[DependingOnTheWriter varies from episode to episode]].episode]].
* ''Series/TheOC'': Summer Roberts starts out as a rude and spoiled AlphaBitch. But then becomes more of a somewhat ditzy, but likable girlfriend for Seth.
* ''Series/OneTreeHill'': Brooke Davis. Early on, she's closer to the AlphaBitch side of things, but she's also very protective of the people she considers friends, even if they aren't the typical popular people (note her [[OddFriendship friendship with Mouth]]).
%%* ''Series/PowerRangersDinoThunder'': Cassidy Cornell gradually becomes one.
%%* Margaux Kramer on ''Series/PunkyBrewster''



%%* [=CeCe Jones=] on ''Series/{{Shake It Up}}''.
* Brooke Davis from ''Series/OneTreeHill''. Early on, she's closer to the AlphaBitch side of things, but she's also very protective of the people she considers friends, even if they aren't the typical popular people (note her [[OddFriendship friendship with Mouth]]).
* Mini from ''Series/{{Skins}}''. She started out pure AlphaBitch, but has grown gradually [[DefrostingIceQueen nicer]] over the course of Season 5 since [[ThePowerOfFriendship becoming friends with the other kids]], although the Mini/Franky/Matty love triangle can bring out [[GreenEyedMonster her bitchier side]].
* Tawni of ''Series/SonnyWithAChance'' was solidified as this by the first season finale, where she prevents Sonny and Chad's TenMinutesInTheCloset moment from being broadcast live by [[JerkAss Gilroy Smith]].
* Jackie Burkhart from ''Series/That70sShow''. Originally, she's TheFriendNobodyLikes, but Donna eventually warms up to her, and they become a TomboyAndGirlyGirl pair.
* Lydia Martin from ''Series/TeenWolf'', especially when she's around Allison or Jackson. But she's a hard character to hate once you've seen her [[spoiler:season-long descent into hallucination-induced insanity]].
* Caroline from ''Series/TheVampireDiaries''. Blonde, popular, pretty, ditzy (not helped by having been repeatedly mind controlled), but nice enough.
%%* Rosamund "Rosie" Webster, from ''Series/CoronationStreet''. [[IAmNotSpock Do not confuse her with Helen Flanagan, her actress]].
%%* Cassidy Cornell gradually becomes one in ''Series/PowerRangersDinoThunder''.
%%* [[Literature/GossipGirl Blair Waldorf]].
%%* [[Series/TheFactsOfLife Blair Warner]].
%%* Kelly Taylor from the original ''Series/BeverlyHills90210''.
%%* Summer Roberts from ''Series/TheOC''
%%* London Tipton from ''Series/TheSuiteLifeOfZackAndCody''.
%%* Lisa from ''Series/SavedByTheBell''.
%%* Lilly Kane from ''Series/VeronicaMars'' in the BackStory.
%%* Margaux Kramer on ''Series/PunkyBrewster''.
%%* Sasha from ''Series/{{Bunheads}}''.
* Rebecca meets a quintet of these girls in ''Series/CrazyExGirlfriend'', in the episode where she volunteers at her old summer camp. At first, five of the teenage girls there are determined to make Rebecca's life hell, laughing at her and mocking her every chance they get. However, when Rebecca tries to give a speech on female empowerment, only to break down into hysterical sobs due to her own personal issues, all the campers leave... except the five girls who were making fun of her the whole time, who instead approach Rebecca and sit with her on the stage. They sympathetically listen to Rebecca's troubles, and then give her a makeover and sing a SelfEmpowermentAnthem to try and encourage her. Their advice is questionable, to say the least, but it quickly becomes clear that they're not really bad people.
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%%* [=CeCe Jones=] on ''Series/{{Shake It Up}}''.
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* Brooke Davis from ''Series/OneTreeHill''. Early on, she's closer to the AlphaBitch side of things, but she's also very protective of the people she considers friends, even if they aren't the typical popular people (note her [[OddFriendship friendship with Mouth]]).
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''Series/{{Skins}}'': Mini from ''Series/{{Skins}}''. She started out pure AlphaBitch, but has grown gradually [[DefrostingIceQueen nicer]] over the course of Season 5 since [[ThePowerOfFriendship becoming friends with the other kids]], although the Mini/Franky/Matty love triangle can bring out [[GreenEyedMonster her bitchier side]].
* ''Series/SonnyWithAChance'': Tawni of ''Series/SonnyWithAChance'' was solidified as this by the first season finale, where she prevents Sonny and Chad's TenMinutesInTheCloset moment from being broadcast live by [[JerkAss Gilroy Smith]].
* ''Series/TheSuiteLifeOfZackAndCody'': London Tipton has some RichBitch tendencies but she's rarely malicious and is way too stupid to be considered a true AlphaBitch.
* ''Series/That70sShow'': The self-absorbed and spoiled
Jackie Burkhart from ''Series/That70sShow''. Originally, she's was originally TheFriendNobodyLikes, but Donna eventually warms up to her, and they become a TomboyAndGirlyGirl pair.
* ''Series/TeenWolf'': Lydia Martin from ''Series/TeenWolf'', especially when she's around Allison or Jackson. But she's a hard character to hate once you've seen her [[spoiler:season-long descent into hallucination-induced insanity]].
* Caroline from ''Series/TheVampireDiaries''.''Series/TheVampireDiaries'': Caroline. Blonde, popular, pretty, ditzy (not helped by having been repeatedly mind controlled), but nice enough.
%%* Rosamund "Rosie" Webster, from ''Series/CoronationStreet''. [[IAmNotSpock Do not confuse her with Helen Flanagan, her actress]].
%%* Cassidy Cornell gradually becomes one in ''Series/PowerRangersDinoThunder''.
%%* [[Literature/GossipGirl Blair Waldorf]].
%%* [[Series/TheFactsOfLife Blair Warner]].
%%* Kelly Taylor from the original ''Series/BeverlyHills90210''.
%%* Summer Roberts from ''Series/TheOC''
%%* London Tipton from ''Series/TheSuiteLifeOfZackAndCody''.
%%* Lisa from ''Series/SavedByTheBell''.
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''Series/VeronicaMars'': Lilly Kane from ''Series/VeronicaMars'' in the BackStory.
%%* Margaux Kramer on ''Series/PunkyBrewster''.
%%* Sasha from ''Series/{{Bunheads}}''.
* Rebecca meets a quintet of these girls in ''Series/CrazyExGirlfriend'', in the episode where she volunteers at her old summer camp. At first, five of the teenage girls there are determined to make Rebecca's life hell, laughing at her and mocking her every chance they get. However, when Rebecca tries to give a speech on female empowerment, only to break down into hysterical sobs due to her own personal issues, all the campers leave... except the five girls who were making fun of her the whole time, who instead approach Rebecca and sit with her on the stage. They sympathetically listen to Rebecca's troubles, and then give her a makeover and sing a SelfEmpowermentAnthem to try and encourage her. Their advice is questionable, to say the least, but it quickly becomes clear that they're not really bad people.
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%%* Kara in ''AvalonWebOfMagic''.

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%%* Kara in ''AvalonWebOfMagic''.''Literature/AvalonWebOfMagic''.
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* Rebecca meets a quintet of these girls in ''Series/CrazyExGirlfriend'', in the episode where she volunteers at her old summer camp. At first, five of the teenage girls there are determined to make Rebecca's life hell, laughing at her and mocking her every chance they get. However, when Rebecca tries to give a speech on female empowerment, only to break down into hysterical sobs due to her own personal issues, all the campers leave... except the five girls who were making fun of her the whole time, who instead approach Rebecca and sit with her on the stage. They sympathetically listen to Rebecca's troubles, and then give her a makeover and sing a SelfEmpowermentAnthem to try and encourage her. Their advice is questionable, to say the least, but it quickly becomes clear that they're not really bad people.



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''Theatre/{{Wicked}}''. Spoiled, ditzy, entitled, and bratty... but also deeply loyal to Elphaba, and in possession of a genuinely good heart beneath it all. By the time act two begins, she's outgrown her AlphaBitch ways almost entirely, and the end of the show has her ascend to TheWomanWearingTheQueenlyMask for the sake of the greater good.
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