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* AdaptationalBadass: While he's often portrayed as a BadassGrandpa in the comics, his combat skills are rarely on show as much as here.

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* AdaptationalBadass: While he's often portrayed as a BadassGrandpa badass in the comics, his combat skills are rarely on show as much as here.



'''Alfred:''' [[BadassBoast If need be, Miss, yes.]]
* BadassGrandpa: He's second only to Gordon in combat abilities.

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'''Alfred:''' [[BadassBoast If need be, Miss, yes.]]
* BadassGrandpa: He's second only to Gordon in combat abilities.
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* TranquilFury: When facing down Jerome in the hall of mirrors, Bruce's fury over the apparent murder of Alfred is expressed as a cold rage that has him hitting Jerome harder than ever and being incredibly brutal in the fight. Then he sees himself in Jerome's clown akeup in the mirror and realises he's NotSoDifferent from the psycho after all.

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* TranquilFury: When Partially when facing down Jerome in the hall of mirrors, mirrors. It only turns into an UnstoppableRage after he tackles Jerome to the ground and gruesomely beats him down.
* UnstoppableRage:
Bruce's fury over the apparent murder of Alfred is expressed as through a cold fiery rage that has him hitting Jerome harder than ever and being incredibly brutal in the fight. Then he sees himself in Jerome's clown akeup in the mirror and realises he's NotSoDifferent from the psycho after all.

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* EvilCostumeSwitch: She's fond of wearing all-black outfits, including black eyeliner, once she injects herself with the Tetch virus.


* DoWrongRight: Or rather do murderous retribution right. He's very much against Bruce's vow to kill the people responsible for his parents' death, but once he sees how set Bruce is on it, he first offers to do the deed for him so he won't have a death on his conscience, then starts tutoring Bruce in the fine art of unarmed combat so that he'll at least be physically prepared for it.

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* DoWrongRight: Or rather do murderous retribution right. He's very much against While he's less than thrilled with Bruce's vow investigations into Wayne Enterprises, he respects Thomas' instructions to kill let him choose his own path to the people responsible for his parents' death, but once he sees how set letter, and makes sure Bruce is on it, he first offers to do receives the deed for him so he won't have a death on his conscience, then starts tutoring Bruce in the fine art of unarmed combat so that he'll at least be physically prepared for it.training he needs.


* BrattyTeenageSon: Not always, but he can be very rude to people who fail to live up to his ideals or if they are unwilling to help with his goals. Seen most significantly in season 4, when his guilt and depression over [[spoiler:killing Ra's]] sees him abandon any desire to protect people indulge excessively in drinking and partying and even [[spoiler:fire Alfred]].

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* BrattyTeenageSon: Not always, but he can be very rude to people who fail to live up to his ideals or if they are unwilling to help with his goals. Seen most significantly in season 4, when his guilt and depression over [[spoiler:killing Ra's]] sees him abandon any desire to protect people people, indulge excessively in drinking and partying and even [[spoiler:fire Alfred]].


* BreakHisHeartToSaveHim: Smashes up Thomas Wayne's computer to Bruce's utter horror at the start of season 2 because he's sure the information on it will only end up getting Bruce killed - especially after he sees the bullet-riddled Kevlar in Thomas' lair. Intersting variant in that it fails - Bruce (after calming down) tells Alfred he understands exactly why he did it, but he can't let it deter him from the truth, leading Alfed to get the computer fixed.

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* BreakHisHeartToSaveHim: Smashes up Thomas Wayne's computer to Bruce's utter horror at the start of season 2 because he's sure the information on it will only end up getting Bruce killed - especially after he sees the bullet-riddled Kevlar in Thomas' lair. Intersting Interesting variant in that it fails - Bruce (after calming down) tells Alfred he understands exactly why he did it, but he can't let it deter him from the truth, leading Alfed to get the computer fixed.


* BadassTeacher: He's realised by season 2 that if he's unable to dissuade Bruce from finding out who killed his parents, he's going to make sure he's as well-prepared for it as can be. Best seen when he fights Cupcake, offering a runnincg commentary to Bruce on the weaknesses in his technique even when he's taking a severe beating and ending the fight in a way that shows Bruce how to take down a larger, stronger opponent.

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* BadassTeacher: He's realised by season 2 that if he's unable to dissuade Bruce from finding out who killed his parents, he's going to make sure he's as well-prepared for it as can be. Best seen when he fights Cupcake, offering a runnincg running commentary to Bruce on the weaknesses in his technique even when he's taking a severe beating and ending the fight in a way that shows Bruce how to take down a larger, stronger opponent.


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* BreakHisHeartToSaveHim: Smashes up Thomas Wayne's computer to Bruce's utter horror at the start of season 2 because he's sure the information on it will only end up getting Bruce killed - especially after he sees the bullet-riddled Kevlar in Thomas' lair. Intersting variant in that it fails - Bruce (after calming down) tells Alfred he understands exactly why he did it, but he can't let it deter him from the truth, leading Alfed to get the computer fixed.


* AdaptationNameChange: In the comics, Oswald's mother was Miranda Cobblepot. As course, his family in the comics has always been upper-class American or possibly even possessing some British ancestry (certain adaptations do depict him being raised in Britain at the very least), whereas ''where'' they hail from here is entirely unclear (see below).

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* AdaptationNameChange: In the comics, Oswald's mother was Miranda Cobblepot. As course, his family in the comics has always been upper-class American or possibly even possessing some British ancestry (certain adaptations do depict him being raised in Britain at the very least), whereas ''where'' they hail here she hails from here is entirely unclear (see below).Soviet-era Hungary.



* [[LikeFatherLikeSon Like Mother, Like Son]]: Informing to the police on your enemies to get them out of the way seems to be a proud Kapelput / Cobblepot family tradition. But even the mother believes there's a certain limit, like murder.
* LivingEmotionalCrutch: She is very much this to her son. Out of all the characters in the show, she is the only one that Oswald genuinely loves, and she provides for him some much needed comfort and affection after a long, violent day in the criminal underworld. Once she is kidnapped (and eventually killed) by the Galavans, Oswald becomes a complete emotional wreck.

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* [[LikeFatherLikeSon Like Mother, Like Son]]: Informing to the police on your enemies to get them out of the way seems to be a proud Kapelput / Cobblepot family tradition. But even the mother believes there's a certain limit, like murder.
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* LivingEmotionalCrutch: She is very much this to her son. Out of all the characters in the show, she is the only one that Oswald genuinely loves, and she provides for him some much needed comfort and affection after a long, violent day in the criminal underworld. Once she is kidnapped (and eventually killed) by the Galavans, Oswald becomes a complete emotional wreck.wreck, with Ed eventually convincing him this event can let him become TheUnfettered.



* RevengeByProxy: She had a problem with a classmate at school, so she got the girl’s father in trouble. This, of course, makes Maroni getting back at Penguin just as indirectly, by trying to shatter her good impression of her son seem like karma.
* {{Ruritania}}: due to her accent.

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* RevengeByProxy: On both ends throughout the series. She had a problem with a classmate at school, so she got the girl’s father in trouble. This, of course, makes Maroni getting back at Penguin just as indirectly, by trying to shatter her good impression of her son seem like karma.
* {{Ruritania}}: due Due to her accent.



* WhatTheHellIsThatAccent: She speaks with a vaguely Germanic accent, but the only thing known about her “[[TheOldCountry Old Country]]” is that in her youth it had a secret police. So it was likely somewhere that was under the control of the Soviet Bloc.
** "The Blade's Path" reveals that Gertrude was Hungarian.

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* WhatTheHellIsThatAccent: She speaks with a vaguely Germanic accent, Her accent is an undefined Eastern European one. It takes until long after her death, but the only thing known about her “[[TheOldCountry Old Country]]” is that in her youth it had a secret police. So it was likely somewhere that was under the control of the Soviet Bloc.
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"The Blade's Path" reveals that Gertrude was Hungarian.


* DisneyVillainDeath: [[spoiler:She and Ed stab each other to death at the end of season4. They're both back on their feet in season 5, thanks to Hugo Strange]].

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* DisneyVillainDeath: [[spoiler:She and Ed stab each other to death at the end of season4.season 4. They're both back on their feet in season 5, thanks to Hugo Strange]].



* NeverMyFault: Blames Gordon for everything that goes wrong in her life in season 3, ignoring that she completely blanked Jim's warnings that Mario was infected with the Tetch virus, and Mario's own increasingly sketchy behaviour towards her. Tellingly, despite Jim, Hharvey, Barnes and even Carmine Falcone all pointing out to her that a. Jim saved her life and b. she obviously still has feelings towards him , she ignores all of them and ends up injecting both herself and Gordon with the virus.

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* NeverMyFault: Blames Gordon for everything that goes wrong in her life in season 3, ignoring that she completely blanked Jim's warnings that Mario was infected with the Tetch virus, and Mario's own increasingly sketchy behaviour towards her. Tellingly, despite Jim, Hharvey, Harvey, Barnes and even Carmine Falcone all pointing out to her that a. Jim saved her life and b. she obviously still has feelings towards him , she ignores all of them and ends up injecting both herself and Gordon with the virus.


** After Gordon cures her in the Season 3 finale, she decides to leave Gotham after all the trauma she's experienced, although she does leave him an [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments uplifting goodbye letter saying that she believes he can save Gotham and that when he does, she'll come back to him]], implying that she's finally forgiven him for Mario's death.

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** After Gordon cures her in the Season 3 finale, she decides to leave Gotham after all the trauma she's experienced, although she does leave him an [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments uplifting goodbye letter saying that she believes he can save Gotham and that when he does, she'll come back to him]], him, implying that she's finally forgiven him for Mario's death.


* BitchInSheepsClothing: At first she she seems like a nice person, then we find out she's involved in corrupt and unethical business practices, like the creation of Viper. [[spoiler: Then she orders a hit on Alfred]].
* CorruptCorporateExecutive: She's among the corrupt executives working within Wayne Enterprises. [[spoiler: Enough to hire a spy to look into Bruce's findings and kill Alfred.]]

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* BitchInSheepsClothing: At first she she seems like a nice person, then we find out she's involved in corrupt and unethical business practices, like the creation of Viper. [[spoiler: Then she orders a hit on Alfred]].
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* CorruptCorporateExecutive: She's among the corrupt executives working within Wayne Enterprises. [[spoiler: Enough to hire a spy to look into Bruce's findings and kill Alfred.]]Alfred.
* DiscOneFinalBoss: It looks like she's responsible for the Wayne murders with other corrupt members of Wayne Enterprises - then season 3 reveals they're actually beholden to the Court of Owls.



* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Mathis' arc fizzles out once Bruce starts looking into the Court of Owls. There has been no mention of her ever since she [[spoiler:put a hit out on Bruce Wayne]] and become a KarmaHoudini in her actions.
* WouldHurtAChild: [[spoiler: She (and the rest of the Board) have no problem killing Bruce so they can continue their illegal activities.]]

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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Mathis' arc fizzles out once Bruce starts looking into the Court of Owls. There has been no mention of her ever since she [[spoiler:put put a hit out on Bruce Wayne]] Wayne and become a KarmaHoudini in her actions.
* WouldHurtAChild: [[spoiler: She (and the rest of the Board) have no problem killing Bruce so they can continue their illegal activities.]]



* BrokenPedestal: [[spoiler:Bruce is devastated to learn his father was eventually convinced to let the company's sordid dealings continue, and adds him to his board of suspects. But soon realized he didn't have a choice.]]

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* BrokenPedestal: [[spoiler:Bruce Bruce is devastated to learn his father was eventually convinced to let the company's sordid dealings continue, and adds him to his board of suspects. But soon realized he didn't have a choice.]]



* DeathByOriginStory: Whoever killed them is the mystery the main characters are trying to solve. [[spoiler:The mystery is solved before the second season is out, but the real story is just beginning.]]

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* DeathByOriginStory: Whoever killed them is the mystery the main characters are trying to solve. [[spoiler:The The mystery is solved before the second season is out, but the real story is just beginning.]]beginning, with Bruce's quest to find the killers gradually advancing from corrupt Wayne Enterprises to the Court of Owls and eventually Ra's Al Ghul.



* JerkassHasAPoint: He insists [[spoiler:the electroshock torture was done by an inmate and not a member of the staff, and the victim was clinically alive, if braindead, and thus no murder had been committed. While he may have done so just to prevent the police from getting involved, he was right.]]

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* JerkassHasAPoint: He insists [[spoiler:the the electroshock torture was done by an inmate and not a member of the staff, and the victim was clinically alive, if braindead, and thus no murder had been committed. While he may have done so just to prevent the police from getting involved, he was right.]]



* BrokenPedestal: [[spoiler: Maroni tells her the truth about the Penguin's criminal doings to get back at him. She's devastated at the thought, but insists she'll always stand by Oswald even if he breaks her heart by telling her it's true. Being the Penguin, he lies to her yet again.]]
* DiedInYourArmsTonight: [[spoiler:Dies in Oswald's arms.]]

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* BrokenPedestal: [[spoiler: Maroni tells her the truth about the Penguin's criminal doings to get back at him. She's devastated at the thought, but insists she'll always stand by Oswald even if he breaks her heart by telling her it's true. Being the Penguin, he lies to her yet again.]]
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* DiedInYourArmsTonight: [[spoiler:Dies Dies in Oswald's arms.]]



* EvenEvilHasStandards: It's one thing to get a classmate's father arrested, [[spoiler:but her son being a murderer devastated her.]] She also tries to no avail to convince Oswald against striking her captors, [[spoiler:but Oswald assures her he's simply giving them what's coming. Too bad Butch had been released from his control...]]
* [[LikeFatherLikeSon Like Mother, Like Son]]: Informing to the police on your enemies to get them out of the way seems to be a proud Kapelput / Cobblepot family tradition. But even the mother believes there's a certain limit, [[spoiler:like murder.]]
* LivingEmotionalCrutch: She is very much this to her son. Out of all the characters in the show, she is the only one that Oswald genuinely loves, and she provides for him some much needed comfort and affection after a long, violent day in the criminal underworld. Once she is [[spoiler:kidnapped (and eventually killed) by the Galavans]], Oswald becomes a complete emotional wreck.

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* EvenEvilHasStandards: EveryoneHasStandards: It's one thing to get a classmate's father arrested, [[spoiler:but but her son being a murderer devastated her.]] her. She also tries to no avail to convince Oswald against striking her captors, [[spoiler:but but Oswald assures her he's simply giving them what's coming. Too bad Butch had been released from his control...]]
control...
* [[LikeFatherLikeSon Like Mother, Like Son]]: Informing to the police on your enemies to get them out of the way seems to be a proud Kapelput / Cobblepot family tradition. But even the mother believes there's a certain limit, [[spoiler:like murder.]]
like murder.
* LivingEmotionalCrutch: She is very much this to her son. Out of all the characters in the show, she is the only one that Oswald genuinely loves, and she provides for him some much needed comfort and affection after a long, violent day in the criminal underworld. Once she is [[spoiler:kidnapped kidnapped (and eventually killed) by the Galavans]], Galavans, Oswald becomes a complete emotional wreck.



* RevengeByProxy: She had a problem with a classmate at school, so she got the girl’s father in trouble. This, of course, makes [[spoiler: Maroni getting back at Penguin just as indirectly, by trying to shatter her good impression of her son]] seem like karma.

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* RevengeByProxy: She had a problem with a classmate at school, so she got the girl’s father in trouble. This, of course, makes [[spoiler: Maroni getting back at Penguin just as indirectly, by trying to shatter her good impression of her son]] son seem like karma.



* CanonForeigner: He's the father of the man who will eventually become The Joker. Whilst The Joker ''has'' alluded to his father in other media before, the man has never made a personal appearance, and [[MultipleChoicePast its never been clear how much of what Joker says about him is true]].

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* CanonForeigner: He's the father of the man who will eventually become The Joker.Joker - except it eventually turns out it isn't [[RedHerring Jerome]], but his other son, Jerome's twin brother Jeremiah. Whilst The Joker ''has'' alluded to his father in other media before, the man has never made a personal appearance, and [[MultipleChoicePast its never been clear how much of what Joker says about him is true]].



* DeathByAdaptation: [[spoiler:While typically she's still alive and frozen, and Victor's villainous actions are attempts to save her, here she kills herself in remorse for what she drove him to become and her failure to stop him, and he becomes Mr. Freeze by trying to kill himself with his formula afterwards.]]
* FaceDeathWithDignity: [[spoiler: Once she decides to sabotage the cartridge, she holds herself together and says all the loving things she can to her husband without giving away what she did. Then she allows him to freeze her, knowing she will die]].

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* DeathByAdaptation: [[spoiler:While While typically she's still alive and frozen, and Victor's villainous actions are attempts to save her, here she kills herself in remorse for what she drove him to become and her failure to stop him, and he becomes Mr. Freeze by trying to kill himself with his formula afterwards.]]
afterwards.
* FaceDeathWithDignity: [[spoiler: Once she decides to sabotage the cartridge, she holds herself together and says all the loving things she can to her husband without giving away what she did. Then she allows him to freeze her, knowing she will die]].die.



* PutOnABus: Leaves before the ''Mad City'' arc finishes [[spoiler:after Mad Hatter tries to kill her and Lee, but also seeing that Jim loved Lee more.]]

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* PutOnABus: Leaves before the ''Mad City'' arc finishes [[spoiler:after after Mad Hatter tries to kill her and Lee, but also seeing that Jim loved Lee more.]]



* AbortedArc: Whatever intense love story she was set up to have with Ed was cut prematurely short [[spoiler: when she was hit by a train]] in her third appearance.

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* AbortedArc: Whatever intense love story she was set up to have with Ed was cut prematurely short [[spoiler: when she was hit by a train]] train in her third appearance.



* IdenticalStranger: She's played by the same actress as Kristen, making her this, even more so when she [[spoiler: changes her hair and wears glasses]].
* TheLostLenore: Isabella learns very quickly of Ed's past relationship and subsequent murder of Kristen, as well as her own resemblance to the dead woman and Ed's reaction to her. As of "Blood Rush", she [[spoiler: deliberately invokes this trope, coloring her hair and wearing glasses to resemble Miss Kringle, much to Ed's initial panic]].

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* IdenticalStranger: She's played by the same actress as Kristen, making her this, even more so when she [[spoiler: changes her hair and wears glasses]].glasses to look identical to Kkristen.
* TheLostLenore: Isabella learns very quickly of Ed's past relationship and subsequent murder of Kristen, as well as her own resemblance to the dead woman and Ed's reaction to her. As of "Blood Rush", she [[spoiler: deliberately invokes this trope, coloring her hair and wearing glasses to resemble Miss Kringle, much to Ed's initial panic]].panic.



* ReplacementGoldfish: Initially, despite her face resembling Kristen's, Ed seems genuinely interested in her love of riddles as well. After she [[spoiler: remakes herself to look like Kristen Kringle]], Ed tells her to leave her glasses on, hinting at the start of this.

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* ReplacementGoldfish: Initially, despite her face resembling Kristen's, Ed seems genuinely interested in her love of riddles as well. After she [[spoiler: remakes herself to look like Kristen Kringle]], Kringle, Ed tells her to leave her glasses on, hinting at the start of this.



* DiedInYourArmsTonight: [[spoiler:Dies in Oswald's arms, much like Gertrud did.]]

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* DiedInYourArmsTonight: [[spoiler:Dies Dies in Oswald's arms, much like Gertrud did.]]



* TooGoodForThisSinfulEarth: He's probably one of the very few compassionate people Penguin's encountered in his life [[spoiler:and tragically dies completely by accident.]]

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* TooGoodForThisSinfulEarth: He's probably one of the very few compassionate people Penguin's encountered in his life [[spoiler:and and tragically dies completely by accident.]]



* AssholeVictim: [[spoiler:You'll probably ''cheer'' upon seeing her death.]]
* DeadGuyOnDisplay: [[spoiler:Penguin turns her head into a trophy.]]

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* AssholeVictim: [[spoiler:You'll You'll probably ''cheer'' upon seeing her death.]]
death.
* BullyingADragon: Precisely how she thought treating someone she knows has been an extremely dangerous gang boss and murderer is beyond comprehension.
* DeadGuyOnDisplay: [[spoiler:Penguin Penguin turns her head into a trophy.]]



* ImAHumanitarian: [[spoiler:Oswald tricks her into eating her own children.]]

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* ImAHumanitarian: [[spoiler:Oswald Oswald tricks her into eating her own children.]]



* MummiesAtTheDinnerTable: [[spoiler:Penguin leaves her corpse literally at the dinner table for a couple of weeks.]]
* NiceJobFixingItVillain: [[spoiler:Her StupidEvil decisions accidentally triggers Oswald's memories, bringing the Penguin back.]]
* OffWithHisHead: [[spoiler:Penguin decides to decapitate her head and make it into a trophy to keep in his mansion.]]
* OhCrap: [[spoiler: She's quite shocked to discover that the Penguin fed her Sasha and Charles before learning that she's next on his kill list.]]

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* MummiesAtTheDinnerTable: [[spoiler:Penguin Penguin leaves her corpse literally at the dinner table for a couple of weeks.]]
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* NiceJobFixingItVillain: [[spoiler:Her Her StupidEvil decisions accidentally triggers Oswald's memories, bringing the Penguin back.]]
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* OffWithHisHead: [[spoiler:Penguin Penguin decides to decapitate her head and make it into a trophy to keep in his mansion.]]
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* OhCrap: [[spoiler: She's quite shocked to discover that the Penguin fed her Sasha and Charles before learning that she's next on his kill list.]]



* SlashedThroat: [[spoiler:How she dies, courtesy of Oswald.]]

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* SlashedThroat: [[spoiler:How How she dies, courtesy of Oswald.]]



* TooDumbToLive: Apparently she thought that it was a good idea to keep an emotionally unstable criminal psychopath as an abused servant under her control. [[spoiler:Unsurprisingly, she ends up pushing him to far and he strikes back.]]

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* TooDumbToLive: Apparently she thought that it was a good idea to keep an emotionally unstable criminal psychopath as an abused servant under her control. [[spoiler:Unsurprisingly, Unsurprisingly, she ends up pushing him to far and he strikes back.]]



* AssholeVictim: [[spoiler:You'd probably be more disappointed that you didn't see her death before Penguin confirms it.]]

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* AssholeVictim: [[spoiler:You'd You'd probably be more disappointed that you didn't see her death before Penguin confirms it.]]



* KilledOffscreen: [[spoiler:Oswald kills her and Charles, then feeds them to Grace.]]

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* KilledOffscreen: [[spoiler:Oswald Oswald kills her and Charles, then feeds them to Grace.]]



* AssholeVictim: [[spoiler:You'd probably be more disappointed that you didn't see his death before Penguin confirms it.]]

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* AssholeVictim: [[spoiler:You'd You'd probably be more disappointed that you didn't see his death before Penguin confirms it.]]



* KilledOffscreen: [[spoiler:Oswald kills him and Sasha, then feeds them to Grace.]]

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* KilledOffscreen: [[spoiler:Oswald Oswald kills him and Sasha, then feeds them to Grace.]]


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* StarCrossedLovers: Her favorite stories all invoke this - from Theatre/RomeoAndJuliet to Theatre/AnthonyAndCleopatra, she seems drawn to tales of tragic love. Considering her rather extreme enthusiasm for Ed, despite or perhaps ''because of'' his past tragic love story with Kristen Kringle, one wonders if she plans to invoke this for herself and Ed.

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* StarCrossedLovers: Her favorite stories all invoke this - from Theatre/RomeoAndJuliet to Theatre/AnthonyAndCleopatra, Theatre/AntonyAndCleopatra, she seems drawn to tales of tragic love. Considering her rather extreme enthusiasm for Ed, despite or perhaps ''because of'' his past tragic love story with Kristen Kringle, one wonders if she plans to invoke this for herself and Ed.

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