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->''"I'm so, so sick\\
Can't handle it?\\
Yeah I talk shit\\
Just deal with it."''
-->-- '''Music/{{Pink}}''', "Cuz I Can"

Sometimes writers love to tease us a little with who's nice and who's not so nice in the story. Not this time, though.

The character enters the scene and she's clearly trouble. Tall, slender, [[RichBitch regal bearing, pretentious walk, looking down on everyone]], [[FemmeFatalons long nails]] and pulls out icy, cutting sarcasm the minute she opens her mouth... That's right, we have a ''Bitch Alert'' and it's so blatant that you couldn't make it more obvious by having the words "BitchAlert" flashing on the screen the moment she arrives.

Usually applies to the AlphaBitch, RichBitch, FemmeFatale and many other types of villainesses.

This is a very obvious type of EstablishingCharacterMoment.

Never applies to a BitchInSheepsClothing, since this one isn't hiding her bitchiness behind a sweet, welcoming face. ''Au contraire'', she is rather pretty upfront and direct about it.

Compare MakeWayForThePrincess, the typical HighSchool variation.


[[folder:Anime & Manga]]
* In ''Manga/InuXBokuSS'', Ririchiyo acts this way to every new person she meets.
* [[NationsAsPeople Belarus]] from ''Webcomic/AxisPowersHetalia'' is every bit as AxCrazy, pushy, {{sadist}}ic, [[{{Yandere}} possessive]] and prone to [[PsychopathicManchild childlike fits]] as her [[BigBrotherAttraction beloved brother]], Russia, if not moreso. The thing is, Russia is a {{manipulative| bastard}} CuteAndPsycho StepfordSmiler, while Belarus is [[PerpetualFrowner always scowling]], always says what vile things are on her mind, and threatens [[ShrinkingViolet little Latvia]] with a {{knife|Nut}} before she's even officially introduced! {{L|oveMartyr}}ithuania still [[HorribleJudgeOfCharacter remains oblivious]] though. Even after she [[{{Fingore}} breaks his fingers]].
* Summer Polanski, the resident HateSink of ''Manga/HollowFields'', makes her debut sucker punching [[StrangerInAStrangeSchool Lucy]] with an ExtendoBoxingGlove. This won't be the last time she [[KickTheDog torments Lucy]].
* Boa Hancock, from ''Manga/OnePiece'', makes her grand entrance by kicking a kitten and demanding to know who placed a kitten in her path. Her debut only gets bitchier from there.
* "Campus Queen" Sayoko, from ''Manga/AhMyGoddess''. Her very first appearance consists of her leaving a trail of increasingly elegant suitors behind her without sparing so much as a glance, and mentally demeaning every single one of them. And that was ''before'' she got knocked down a peg by [[IncorruptiblePurePureness Belldandy]].

[[folder:Fan Fics]]
* Angie Fujioka in ''FanFic/PrettyCureMotherNature'' sets herself up as quite a bitch (and Chiyo [[WitchWithACapitalB acknowledges it]]) in her very first scene.
* ''FanFic/FireEmblemAwakeningInvisibleTies'': In chapter 3, Maribelle's prissy, snobby attitude does ''not'' make a good first impression with Robin.
-->'''Robin''': [''thinking''] Yep. ''Definitely'' don't like her.
* Bitches of this nature are rare at the [[Literature/{{Discworld}} Assassins' Guild School]]. Possibly because when the girls at this school all have access to sharp edges and are taught how to use them, a lot of necessary detente happens. Every so often there's a slow learner who can't get with the programme and tries to lord it as Bitch Queen. [[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/8774066/6/There-s-nothing-like-a-fresh-pair-of-eyes-is-there As Deborah Rust discovered]], they don't last long.

* ''Film/SeventeenAgain'' has Naomi, Scarlett's best friend. Stays quite nasty.
* Brian's scumbag [[EducationMama mother]] from ''Film/TheBreakfastClub'' has only two lines and establishes herself as this so it comes as no surprise when we find out later on how bad his home life is.
* The trio of Heather, Bridget and Kelly in ''Film/TheFinal''. They're established as very nasty from their first dialogue not even interacting with anyone. Then they act mean towards Emily. However it gets turned on its head when Emily becomes the real villain and Bridget turns out to be not so bad.
* The Trope Namer is ''Film/{{Heartbreakers}}'' when Max as "Olga" meets Tensy's housekeeper and says the line. The housekeeper does indeed become quite the problem for the women and they have to [[spoiler:plant Tensy's jewels and cigarettes on her to get her fired]].
* ''Film/LegallyBlonde'' gives us Enid Wexler, who introduces herself as a StrawFeminist and punches a nerdy guy. She's later one of the notable group who snubs Elle and accuses her of being homophobic. Professor Stromwell is a subversion; she's given this introduction but it's revealed that she's really a CoolTeacher.
* Holy hell, Dizzy from ''Film/StarshipTroopers''. It's not until halfway through the film that she actually does something un-bitchy.
* [[AlphaBitch Taylor Fisher]] in ''Film/{{Detention}}'' [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JLVUlb7fpF8 introduces herself]] with the following line:
-->"I'm Taylor Fisher. And I'm a bitch. [[FunWithAcronyms Beauty, intelligence, talent, charisma, and Hoobastank.]] [[DefensiveWhat What? They're good.]]"
** Fortunately, [[AndThereWasMuchRejoicing we only have to put up with her]] [[AssholeVictim for three more minutes after that]].
* The GirlPosse from ''Film/{{Jawbreaker}}'' gets this introduction. Played straight, as the original TokenGoodTeammate, Liz, breaks formation to help poor stomped-over [[ShrinkingViolet Fern]], [[CuteClumsyGirl who dropped her books]].
* Carrigan from ''Film/{{Casper}}''.
* In ''Film/TheHungerGames'', the actress playing Glimmer manages to convey this just through the condescending smirk she gives Peeta when he's training.
* ''Film/TheAbyss'': Lindsay's arrival is heralded by a ''literal'' Bitch Alert from one of the other characters.
-->'''Bendix''': Oh no, look who's with them. The Queen Bitch of the Universe.
* Carolyn from ''Film/AmericanBeauty'' gets hit with this hard. Her first line to her daughter is, "Jane, honey, are you ''trying'' to look unattractive today?"
* Minnie from ''Film/TenMurderIsland'' is basically this. Not right away, of course, but...about three minutes into the movie, if that, she makes it pretty clear. And it just gets worse as the movie progresses.

* Lavinia from ''Literature/ALittlePrincess''. One film adaptation shows her looking furious when Miss Minchin announces to the class how wealthy Sara Crewe is[[note]]Lavinia was at that point the richest girl at the school[[/note]], as well as pranking Ermengarde by dipping her hair in pen ink.
* ''Literature/{{Carrie}}'': Most of the girls in Carrie White's class, given that our first impression of them is seeing them throwing tampons at Carrie in the school showers while she's having her period. Only [[AlphaBitch Chris]] is truly nasty, though -- Sue in particular spends the rest of the story [[TheAtoner trying to make up for what she did]]. The effectiveness of this trope is so pronounced in the first film adaptation, that many were convinced that Sue actually ''was'' a villain and in on the prank at the end.
* Sandpaw's first appearance in the ''Literature/WarriorCats'' series. She snarls that Firepaw smells revolting, and then makes a comment about how he's a kittypet.
* Elizabeth Elliot is a completely rude, pushy bitch who treats Jack Ryan with total hostility in her first appearance in the Creator/TomClancy book ''Literature/ClearAndPresentDanger''. In fact, in the followup book (for those who didn't see her the first time) she gets a similar moment.
* There's no doubting what kind of person AmoralAttorney Judy Sherman is in ''Literature/YearZero''.
* Kolkhis's entry to the Stag and Candles in ''[[Literature/DoctrineOfLabyrinths The Virtu]]''. Dressed as a lady, tall, slender, [[EeriePaleSkinnedBrunette pale]], and utterly cold. First question out of her mouth: "Is it true you're sleeping with him?" And it just gets worse from there.
* In ''Literature/CompanionsOfTheNight'', Regina doesn’t hide her true colors when she first meets Kerry, [[BitchInSheepsClothing Ethan on the other hand…]]

[[folder:Live Action TV]]
* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'':
** Delayed but ultimately played straight by Cordelia Chase. Her first scene is to helpfully share a textbook with Buffy in class and make friends with her. Then immediately after, she mocks Willow for having an unfashionable outfit -- solidifying herself as the AlphaBitch.
** This trope also applies to Buffy's psychology professor, who introduces herself as "the evil bitch-monster of death."
* Cordelia's carried over to ''Series/{{Angel}}'' once, though in more of a good way. "Room W/a Vu", when Cordelia finally stands up to the evil ghost of Dennis's mom.
-->'''Cordelia''': Here's what you're going to do. You're going to pack your little ghost bags and get your wrinkly, translucent ass out of MY HOUSE! 'Cause the bitch is back!
* Every time Morgana entered a room in series three of ''Series/{{Merlin}}'' you could almost hear the alarm bells go off. Ironic in a way, considering her role was also an inversion of BitchInSheepsClothing: despite the evil smirk, no one ever noticed that she was plotting their deaths right under their noses.
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* Happens a lot on Reality TV. For example, Ivy Higa, on eighth season of ''Series/ProjectRunway'', declared from the get-go that the show should be called "Project Ivy". The editors clearly signaled this as a Bitch Alert. She proceeded to act as in a particularly bitchy fashion, even by the show's standards. She also never won a challenge.
* Libby in ''Series/SabrinaTheTeenageWitch''. Her first appearance is when Harvey looks like he's about to ask Sabrina to be lab partners - but she immediately buts in and says ''I'll'' be your lab partner. Her next scene has her antagonising Sabrina in the bathroom and telling her "from now on, you use the freaks' bathroom".
* Quite a few characters on ''Series/{{Scrubs}}'', notably Dr Miller. Special mention, though, has to go to Nina the Malpractice Attorney whose first scene involves [[TheDreaded hospital-wide panic at the mere thought of her arrival]]. Not long afterwards, she's given a musical number where she dances down the hallway of the hospital literally and viciously busting the balls of every male unlucky enough to be in her eyeline. She does so while smiling. She actually becomes one of the main characters' girlfriend, but remains a massive bitch throughout the (short) relationship.
* In ''Series/TheDurrells'', new landlady Vasilia, the antagonist of Series 2, announces her presence in the series by repossessing the Durrells' furniture on account of their not having paid the rent--and in an unnecessarily puppy-punting manner, to boot.

[[folder:Professional Wrestling]]
* Wrestling/LunaVachon would announce that "The Bitch Is Back" on Monday Night Raw after revealing herself as the manager of The Artist Formerly Know As Wrestling/{{Goldust}}. Wrestling/{{Jazz}} would also state this upon her return and entry into Theodore Long's Thuggin and Buggin Enterprises.
* Wrestling/{{Ivory}} has done a photo shoot wearing a shirt that read bitch.
* Nurse Veronica, Traci Brooks, Cheerleader Valentina and Trinity, the Wrestling/{{TNA}} quartet known as "Bitch Slap".
* Holy Joe, Wrestling/{{Melina}}. From her earliest days managing MNM, she never so much as tried to hide how nasty she was, [[AtLeastIAdmitIt which was pretty much the only good thing one could say about her for a while]]. Her "MNM" entrance said it all: strutting down a red carpet with [[FurAndLoathing two equally arrogant males in fur coats]]; that obnoxious, squealy, "Paparazzi" theme didn't help either.
* Lin "Bitch" Bairon of SMASH and later, Wrestling New Classic. But she'd make the distinction that she was a "''beautiful'' bitch", not a "shit bitch" like The World Famous Wrestling/{{Kana|koUrai}}.
* Mickie Knuckles proclaimed herself "the baddest bitch here" at ''PGWA A Call To Arms''
* On SHINE 9, Kimberly crossed out the letters on her [[Literature/TheCatInTheHat Thing 2]] shirt and marked on "Bitch 1".
* Wrestling/IvelisseVelez calls herself "The Baddest Bitch" in Wrestling/LuchaUnderground.
* Those girls don't know what they're talking about. Rick Cataldo is a [[GorgeousGeorge man]], making him the baddest bitch of pro wrestling.[[/folder]]

* Katisha's melodramatic entrance in ''Theatre/TheMikado''[='s=] act one finale:
-->'''Katisha''': Your revels cease! Assist me, all of you!\\
'''Chorus''': Why who is this whose evil eyes\\
Rain blight on our festivities?\\
'''Katisha''': I claim my perjured lover, Nanki-Poo!
* ''Theatre/LaBoheme'' has Musetta's fancy-dress entrance in the middle of Act II, with her dragging along her human lapdog Alcindoro and doing everything she can to get Marcello's attention.
-->'''Marcello''': Bring me a glass of poison! It's ''her!''
* ''Theatre/FiddlerOnTheRoof'' has Fruma-Sarah's entrance in the DreamSequence, which according to WordOfGod is a homage to Katisha's entrance. Being a ghost doesn't make her any less haughty.

[[folder:Video Games]]
* Nina Williams from the ''VideoGame/{{Tekken}}'' series. Her ending (when we first get a sense of her character) has her stealing one of her sister's shoes and slapping her in the face when the sister gets upset about it. Wow.
* Trisha of ''VideoGame/BulletStorm'' shows right from the go that she's one of these, after beating a mook to death bitching out Grayson in the worst way.

* ''{{Webcomic/Tripp}}'' visualizes Delia with snakes for hair when he meets her for the first time.
* ''{{Webcomic/WooHoo}}'' Subverted: Amy's first appearance is basically this, with glowing-evil eyes and all, but she turns out to be one of the more helpful characters.

[[folder:Web Original]]
* ''WebVideo/TheHire: Star'', has the [[EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep Driver]] describing The Star's "galaxy of talents", while we are treated to a closeup of her glove-bound hands, her sunglasses, and part of her face. If it wasn't clear from that, the Driver ''then'' goes on to explain that she is a "[[CountryMatters cu-"]]''[[CurseCutShort "CAAAAAAAAARL!!!"]]''
* In ''WebVideo/EdgarAllanPoesMurderMysteryDinnerParty'', Charlotte Brontë's introduction has to be one of the most unexpected examples, and it efficiently tells us everything we need to know about her character.
-->'''Charlotte:''' ''(looking at her character's card for the murder mystery roleplay)'' Ugh, she sounds ''poor! (to Poe)'' Did you write this? Is this going to take very long?
* Mai Valentine's first conversation with Yugi in ''WebVideo/YuGiOhTheAbridgedSeries'' prompts Tea to appear behind him and proclaim "Back off, bitch, he's mine!" with a VoiceOfTheLegion.

[[folder:Western Animation]]
* ''WesternAnimation/TotalDrama'':
** Heather gives a DeathGlare upon arriving at Camp Wawanakwa.
** In ''Pahkitew Island'', how Amy treats her twin sister Samey in the ''first 5 minutes'' of the first episode of that season firmly establishes her as the bitch of the third generation cast.
** In the spinoff, the ''WesternAnimation/TotalDramaPresentsTheRidonculousRace'', Taylor belittles her own mother Kelly as soon as they're onscreen.
* When we first see Princess Cadance in ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'', her vicious glare that only Twilight could see is a surefire sign that she's bad news. [[spoiler:And that she [[ShapeShifter isn't really Cadance.]]]]
* The first episode of Book Two of ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' is an episode-long bitch alert for [[HeroKiller Princess Azula]]. She threatens injury or death to no fewer than three people over the course of a single episode, and is fantastically, unrepentantly, deliciously malevolent about it.
* On ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'', the first time Pacifica Northwest talks in "Double Dipper", it's to tell Soos to save time by just giving her the crown for winning the karaoke contest right away.