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* {{Expy}}: Clearly based on [[Theatre/{{Annie}} Miss Hannigan]]. Hattie, however, manages to be even ''meaner'', in the most chillingly-realistic way possible (at least Hannigan's villainy was rather cartoonish and she was such a LargeHam that she was very enjoyable to watch). Edith kind of lampshades her adoption situation with ''Theatre/{{Annie}}''.

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Clearly based on [[Theatre/{{Annie}} Miss Hannigan]]. Hattie, however, Hannigan]], as lampshaded by Edith. Hattie manages to be even ''meaner'', in the most chillingly-realistic chillingly realistic way possible (at possible. At least Hannigan's villainy was rather cartoonish cartoonish, and she was such a LargeHam that she was very became enjoyable to watch). Edith kind of lampshades her adoption situation watch.
** Her outwardly saccharine nastiness, combined
with ''Theatre/{{Annie}}''.that pink outfit, gives Hattie a possible hint of [[Literature/HarryPotter Dolores Umbridge]].

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* EvilNerd: With the NerdGlasses to match the look.


* {{Expy}}: Clearly based on [[Theatre/{{Annie}} Miss Hannigan]]. Hattie, however, manages to be even ''meaner'', in the most chillingly-realistic way possible (at least Hannigan's villainy was rather cartoonish and she was such a LargeHam that she was very enjoyable to watch).

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* {{Expy}}: Clearly based on [[Theatre/{{Annie}} Miss Hannigan]]. Hattie, however, manages to be even ''meaner'', in the most chillingly-realistic way possible (at least Hannigan's villainy was rather cartoonish and she was such a LargeHam that she was very enjoyable to watch). Edith kind of lampshades her adoption situation with ''Theatre/{{Annie}}''.


* TakeOverTheWorld: Along with {{revenge}} for the cancellation of his show, this is what Bratt hopes to achieve as a supervillain.



* WorldDomination: Along with {{revenge}} for the cancellation of his show, this is what Bratt hopes to achieve as a supervillain.

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* PointyHairedBoss: He's an out-and-out {{Expy}} of the trope namer, only even more villainous.


* {{Expy}}: Clearly based on [[Theater/{{Annie}} Miss Hannigan]]. Hattie, however, manages to be even ''meaner'', in the most chillingly-realistic way possible (at least Hannigan's villainy was rather cartoonish and she was such a LargeHam that she was very enjoyable to watch).

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* {{Expy}}: Clearly based on [[Theater/{{Annie}} [[Theatre/{{Annie}} Miss Hannigan]]. Hattie, however, manages to be even ''meaner'', in the most chillingly-realistic way possible (at least Hannigan's villainy was rather cartoonish and she was such a LargeHam that she was very enjoyable to watch).


* {{Expy}}: Clearly based on [[Theater/LittleOrphanAnnie Miss Hannigan]]. Hattie, however, manages to be even ''meaner'', in the most chillingly-realistic way possible (at least Hannigan's villainy was rather cartoonish and she was such a LargeHam that she was very enjoyable to watch).

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* {{Expy}}: Clearly based on [[Theater/LittleOrphanAnnie [[Theater/{{Annie}} Miss Hannigan]]. Hattie, however, manages to be even ''meaner'', in the most chillingly-realistic way possible (at least Hannigan's villainy was rather cartoonish and she was such a LargeHam that she was very enjoyable to watch).

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* {{Expy}}: Clearly based on [[Theater/LittleOrphanAnnie Miss Hannigan]]. Hattie, however, manages to be even ''meaner'', in the most chillingly-realistic way possible (at least Hannigan's villainy was rather cartoonish and she was such a LargeHam that she was very enjoyable to watch).


* ContrastingSequelAntagonist: He is different from Vector in many ways. For starters, Vector had been trying to one-up Gru in his schemes, but El Macho was inspired by him. Secondly, Vector's juvenile and childish behavior clashes with El Macho's charisma. Most importantly, though, El Macho is focused on ruling the world, whereas Vector seems more concerned to show off that he's the greatest villain--a path that Gru almost went down in the first movie.

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* ContrastingSequelAntagonist: He is different from Vector in many ways. For starters, Vector had been trying to one-up Gru in his schemes, but El Macho Eduardo was inspired by him. Secondly, Vector's juvenile and childish behavior clashes with El Macho's Eduardo's charisma. Most importantly, though, El Macho Eduardo is focused on ruling the world, whereas Vector seems more concerned to show off that he's the greatest villain--a path that Gru almost went down in the first movie.


* ConstrastingSequelAntagonist: Whereas El Macho was as manly as can be, Bratt is childish and can't stop living in the past. In a twist, this makes him more similar to the first film's antagonist, Vector, as they are both far more juvenile than El Macho.

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* ConstrastingSequelAntagonist: ContrastingSequelAntagonist: Whereas El Macho was as manly as can be, Bratt is childish and can't stop living in the past. In a twist, this makes him more similar to the first film's antagonist, Vector, as they are both far more juvenile than El Macho.


* ContrastingSequelAntagonist: He is ''much'' more charismatic and charming than the juvenile Vector.

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* ContrastingSequelAntagonist: He is ''much'' more charismatic and charming than the different from Vector in many ways. For starters, Vector had been trying to one-up Gru in his schemes, but El Macho was inspired by him. Secondly, Vector's juvenile Vector.and childish behavior clashes with El Macho's charisma. Most importantly, though, El Macho is focused on ruling the world, whereas Vector seems more concerned to show off that he's the greatest villain--a path that Gru almost went down in the first movie.


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* ConstrastingSequelAntagonist: Whereas El Macho was as manly as can be, Bratt is childish and can't stop living in the past. In a twist, this makes him more similar to the first film's antagonist, Vector, as they are both far more juvenile than El Macho.

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* ContrastingSequelAntagonist: He is ''much'' more charismatic and charming than the juvenile Vector.


* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: What became of him and Scarlet after a young Gru freezes them is left unclear; WordOfGod reveals that her and Herb spent a year in jail, ruled it utterly, and escaped.

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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: What became of him and Scarlet after a young Gru freezes them is left unclear; WordOfGod reveals that her she and Herb spent a year in jail, ruled it utterly, and escaped.


* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: What became of her and Herb after a young Gru freezes them is left unclear; WordOfGod reveals that her and Herb spent a year in jail, ruled it utterly, and escaped. It's also said that she has no ill will towards the Minions, genuinely touched by the gift of the tiny crown.

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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: What became of her and Herb after a young Gru freezes them is left unclear; WordOfGod reveals that her she and Herb spent a year in jail, ruled it utterly, and escaped. It's also said that she has no ill will towards the Minions, genuinely touched by the gift of the tiny crown.


Former child star, he played a child villain in a very popular 80s show called "Evil Bratt." When he hit puberty, fans stopped tuning in to the show and it was abruptly cancelled, resulting in his fame withering. To get revenge, Bratt becomes a supervillain and attempts to take over the world. More information about Bratt [[http://www.despikipedia.org/evilbratt/ here.]]

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Former child star, he played a child villain in a very popular 80s show called "Evil Bratt." When he hit puberty, fans stopped tuning in to the show and it was abruptly cancelled, resulting in his fame withering. To get revenge, Bratt becomes a supervillain and attempts to take over the world. More information about Bratt [[http://www.despikipedia.org/evilbratt/ here.]]

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