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* [[AliensAreBastards Vangus]], the co-antagonist of the two-part "[[GrandFinale The Endgame Syndrome]]", can easily match Alpha in terms of [[KnightOfCerebus vileness]] (if not even more so). Vangus is an Ixion commander who leads an [[AlienInvasion invasion of Earth]] in order to steal all oil from the planet. When the Earthlings successfully counter-attack with the help of some alien allies, [[spoiler:he decides to launch a missile that would [[OmnicidalManiac eliminate everyone and everything on the planet]] while saving the petroleum for himself, ''effectively screwing over Alpha'' (who intended to enslave any surviving humans). Even though all his plans were thwarted, [[KarmaHoudini Vangus escapes unharmed]] [[FridgeHorror in the end]].]]

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* [[AliensAreBastards Vangus]], the co-antagonist of the two-part "[[GrandFinale The Endgame Syndrome]]", can easily match Alpha in terms of [[KnightOfCerebus vileness]] (if not even more so). Vangus is an Ixion commander who leads an [[AlienInvasion invasion of Earth]] in order to steal all oil from the planet. When the Earthlings successfully counter-attack with the help of some alien allies, [[spoiler:he decides to launch a missile that would [[OmnicidalManiac eliminate [[KillAllHumans destroy everyone and everything on the planet]] while saving the petroleum for himself, ''effectively screwing over Alpha'' (who intended to enslave any surviving humans). Even though all Although his evil plans were are fortunately thwarted, [[KarmaHoudini Vangus escapes unharmed]] [[FridgeHorror in the end]].]]


** There's also what Forbus does to Agent K; he grabs hold of him and establishes a PsychicLink, which forces K to feel every sensation (both mental and physical) that Forbus feels as well. Whenever Forbus is injured, Kay feels the same pain, and vice versa. Kay is also [[MindRape sharing Forbus' warped emotions and thoughts]], [[HeelFaceBrainwashing until he turns evil and starts fighting Jay and Elle]].
* [[BigBad Agent]] [[KnightOfCerebus Alpha]], a renegade MIB officer who decided that he wanted to become the ultimate lifeform by [[AppendageAssimilation hacking off alien limbs]] and [[OrganTheft ripping out their organs]] to graft to himself. He's basically a ''serial killer'' with all sorts of alien powers... scary in itself, before you see what [[BodyHorror he really looks like]]...
** Even worse, he's a recurring villain, and a big contender for the series' BigBad. So of course, he is still running around harvesting organs. Each subsequent appearance [[HybridMonster he becomes more and more inhuman in appearance, until he looks absolutely nothing like he did in his first appearance, with the only thing left of him being his brain]].

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** There's also what Forbus does to Agent K; he grabs hold of him and establishes a PsychicLink, which forces K to feel every sensation (both mental and physical) that Forbus feels as well. Whenever Forbus is injured, Kay feels the same pain, and vice versa. Kay is also [[MindRape sharing Forbus' warped emotions and thoughts]], [[HeelFaceBrainwashing [[MindControl until he turns evil and starts fighting Jay and Elle]].
* [[BigBad Agent]] [[KnightOfCerebus Alpha]], a renegade MIB officer who decided that he wanted to become the ultimate lifeform life-form by [[AppendageAssimilation hacking off alien limbs]] and [[OrganTheft ripping out their organs]] to graft to himself. He's basically a ''serial killer'' with all sorts of alien powers... scary in itself, before you see what [[BodyHorror he really looks like]]...
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** Even worse, he's a recurring villain, and a big contender for the series' BigBad. So of course, he is still running around harvesting organs. Each subsequent appearance [[HybridMonster [[BodyHorror he becomes more and more inhuman in appearance, until he looks absolutely nothing like he did in his first appearance, with the only thing left of him being his brain]].


* The Skraaldians from the pilot episode ("The Long Goodbye Syndrome") end up being ParanoiaFuel UpToEleven. They're a shelled slug-like race that comes to Earth to multiply, as they like the warm climate in the sewers. However, if any single one of them is killed, the victim will vomit on the killer. The vomit then permanently marks the killer down to their DNA as a target of revenge for the entire race due to being a psychically-linked HiveMind. Worse, they can hide in the bodies of other aliens as parasites and [[ChestBurster burst from their chests]] to get to their victim, and masquerade as something as innocent as a human hot dog vendor before they strike. If you kill two or more, they will slowly put you in a large vat of soup at temperatures of 3000 to 4000 degrees to melt. They're so bad that Kay was willing to get stung by one, swelling up and turning the color of rotten eggplant for a week, just to avoid their wrath. As Kay describes to Agent J after he killed one of them:

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* The Skraaldians from the pilot episode ("The Long Goodbye Syndrome") end up being ParanoiaFuel UpToEleven. They're a shelled slug-like race that comes to Earth to multiply, as they like the warm climate in the sewers. However, if any single one of them is killed, the victim will vomit on the killer. The vomit then permanently marks the killer down to their DNA as [[AttackOnOneIsAnAttackOnAll a target of revenge for the entire race race]], due to them being a psychically-linked HiveMind. Worse, they can hide in the bodies of other aliens as parasites and [[ChestBurster burst from their chests]] to get to their victim, and masquerade as something as innocent as a human hot dog vendor before they strike. If you kill two or more, they will slowly put you in a large vat of soup at temperatures of 3000 to 4000 degrees to melt. They're so bad that Kay was willing to get stung by one, swelling up and turning the color of rotten eggplant for a week, just to avoid their wrath. As Kay describes to Agent J after he killed one of them:



* During the episode "The Buzzard Syndrome" which introduces [[BountyHunter Buzzard]], there's also the creature known as [[KillerRabbit Z-Ron]]. While Buzzard himself is rather creepy ([[LeanAndMean extremely tall]], pale-skinned, [[EvilSoundsDeep deep-voiced]], wears a black coat to disguise his inhuman body) and proves that he's ''not'' a good guy (he tries to kill Agent K to keep him from interfering with Buzzard's bounty-hunt), his target turns out to be ''much'' worse. Z-Ron is [[spoiler:a (literally) predatory SerialKiller who travels around space to kill and eat other aliens; he initially resembles a [[CuteIsEvil "harmless" teddy bear]] to lure his victims into false security before [[OneWingedAngel turning into a hideous monster]] to attack them. His spaceship is filled with ''about a dozen different alien skeletons'', and decides to add humans to his menu -- [[WouldHurtAChild he tries to hunt a young boy]] ([[FalseFriend by befriending and playing with him first]]) and later fools Agent J as well, chasing them both through a forest.]] This sadistic monster is definitely one of the nastiest [[MonsterOfTheWeek one-time villains]] in the series.
* The antagonist of "The Psychic Link Syndrome" is Forbus, a mentally disturbed alien of the Alcidian race. Considered to be weird and socially reclusive even by his own species, he has an [[BerserkButton irrational phobia of cameras]]. Several unlucky humans who try to take photos or films of him find out the hard way about pissing off this guy, who decides to attack them and [[LifeDrinker drains them of vital bodily fluids]] (his first victim turns so emaciated and shriveled-up that he resembles a corpse). Though fortunately, none of those humans died and they later fully recovered in the MIB hospital.
** There's also what Forbus does to Agent K; he grabs hold of him and establishes a PsychicLink, which forces K to feel every sensation (both mental and physical) that Forbus feels as well. Whenever Forbus is injured, Kay feels the same pain, and vice versa. Kay is also sharing Forbus' warped emotions and thoughts, until Kay turns evil and starts fighting Jay and Elle.
* [[BigBad Agent]] [[KnightOfCerebus Alpha]], a renegade MIB officer who decided that he wanted to become the ultimate lifeform by [[AppendageAssimilation hacking off alien limbs]] and [[OrganTheft ripping out their organs]] to graft to himself. He's basically a ''serial killer'' with all sorts of alien powers... scary in itself, before you see what he [[BodyHorror really looks like]]...
** Even worse, he's a recurring villain, and a big contender for the series' BigBad. So of course, he is still running around harvesting organs. Each subsequent appearance [[BodyHorror he becomes more and more inhuman in appearance, until he looks absolutely nothing like he did in his first appearance, with the only thing left of him being his brain]].
** There's also the fact of Alpha having once been Agent K's partner and mentor. Kay [[EvilFormerFriend trusted him as a dear friend]], before Alpha eventually betrayed the Men in Black and even his own species (he was secretly collaborating with Vangus and the Ixions for a cancelled invasion of Earth). It's no wonder why Kay is so jaded and reserved most of the time.

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* During the episode "The Buzzard Syndrome" which introduces [[BountyHunter Buzzard]], there's also the creature known as [[KillerRabbit Z-Ron]]. While Buzzard himself is rather creepy ([[LeanAndMean (being [[LeanAndMean extremely tall]], pale-skinned, [[EvilSoundsDeep deep-voiced]], wears a black coat to disguise his inhuman body) and proves that he's ''not'' a good guy (he tries to kill Agent K to keep him from interfering with Buzzard's bounty-hunt), his target turns out to be ''much'' worse. Z-Ron is [[spoiler:a (literally) predatory predatory, savage, vicious SerialKiller who travels around space to kill and eat other sapient aliens; he initially resembles a [[CuteIsEvil "harmless" teddy bear]] to lure his victims into a false sense of security before [[OneWingedAngel turning into a hideous monster]] to attack them. His spaceship is filled with ''about a dozen different alien skeletons'', and decides to add humans to his menu -- [[WouldHurtAChild he tries to hunt a young boy]] ([[FalseFriend by befriending and playing with him first]]) and later fools Agent J as well, chasing them both through a forest.]] This sadistic monster is definitely one of the nastiest [[MonsterOfTheWeek one-time villains]] in the series.
* The antagonist of "The Psychic Link Syndrome" is Forbus, a mentally disturbed alien of the Alcidian race. Considered to be weird and socially reclusive even by his own species, he has an [[BerserkButton irrational phobia of cameras]]. Several unlucky humans who try to take photos or films of him find out the hard way about pissing off this guy, who decides to attack them and [[LifeDrinker drains them of vital bodily fluids]] (his first victim [[BodyHorror turns so emaciated and shriveled-up that he resembles a corpse).corpse]]). Though fortunately, none of those humans died and they later fully recovered in the MIB hospital.
** There's also what Forbus does to Agent K; he grabs hold of him and establishes a PsychicLink, which forces K to feel every sensation (both mental and physical) that Forbus feels as well. Whenever Forbus is injured, Kay feels the same pain, and vice versa. Kay is also [[MindRape sharing Forbus' warped emotions and thoughts, thoughts]], [[HeelFaceBrainwashing until Kay he turns evil and starts fighting Jay and Elle.
Elle]].
* [[BigBad Agent]] [[KnightOfCerebus Alpha]], a renegade MIB officer who decided that he wanted to become the ultimate lifeform by [[AppendageAssimilation hacking off alien limbs]] and [[OrganTheft ripping out their organs]] to graft to himself. He's basically a ''serial killer'' with all sorts of alien powers... scary in itself, before you see what he [[BodyHorror he really looks like]]...
** Even worse, he's a recurring villain, and a big contender for the series' BigBad. So of course, he is still running around harvesting organs. Each subsequent appearance [[BodyHorror [[HybridMonster he becomes more and more inhuman in appearance, until he looks absolutely nothing like he did in his first appearance, with the only thing left of him being his brain]].
** There's also the fact of Alpha having once been Agent K's partner and mentor. Kay [[EvilFormerFriend trusted him as a dear friend]], before Alpha eventually betrayed the Men in Black and even his own species (he was not only turning himself into a literal monster, but also secretly collaborating with Vangus and the Ixions for a cancelled invasion of Earth). It's no wonder why Kay is so jaded and reserved most of the time.


* The Skraaldians from the pilot episode ("The Long Goodbye Syndrome") end up being ParanoiaFuel UpToEleven. They're a shelled slug-like race that comes to Earth to multiply, as they like the warm climate in the sewers. However, if any single one of them is killed, the victim will vomit on the killer. The vomit then permanently marks the killer down to their DNA as a target of revenge for the entire race due to being a psychically-linked HiveMind. Worse, they can hide in the body of other aliens as parasites and [[ChestBurster burst from their chests]] to get to their victim, and masquerade as something as innocent as a human hot dog vendor before they strike. If you kill two or more, they will slowly put you in a large vat of soup at temperatures of 3000 to 4000 degrees to melt. They're so bad that Kay was willing to get stung by one, swelling up and turning the color of rotten eggplant for a week, just to avoid their wrath. As Kay describes to Agent J after he killed one of them:

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* The Skraaldians from the pilot episode ("The Long Goodbye Syndrome") end up being ParanoiaFuel UpToEleven. They're a shelled slug-like race that comes to Earth to multiply, as they like the warm climate in the sewers. However, if any single one of them is killed, the victim will vomit on the killer. The vomit then permanently marks the killer down to their DNA as a target of revenge for the entire race due to being a psychically-linked HiveMind. Worse, they can hide in the body bodies of other aliens as parasites and [[ChestBurster burst from their chests]] to get to their victim, and masquerade as something as innocent as a human hot dog vendor before they strike. If you kill two or more, they will slowly put you in a large vat of soup at temperatures of 3000 to 4000 degrees to melt. They're so bad that Kay was willing to get stung by one, swelling up and turning the color of rotten eggplant for a week, just to avoid their wrath. As Kay describes to Agent J after he killed one of them:


* The Skraaldians from the pilot episode ("The Long Goodbye Syndrome") end up being ParanoiaFuel UpToEleven. They're a shelled slug-like race that comes to Earth to multiply, as they like the warm climate in the sewers. However, if any single one of them is killed, the victim will vomit on the killer. The vomit then permanently marks the killer down to their DNA as a target of revenge for the entire race due to being a psychically-linked HiveMind. Worse, they can hide in the body of other aliens as parasites and [[ChestBurster burst from their chests]] to get to their victim, and masquerade as something as innocent as a human hot dog vendor before they strike. If you kill two or more, they will slowly put you in a large vat of soup at temperatures of 3000 to 4000 degrees to melt. They're so bad that Kay was willing get stung by one and swell up and turn the color of rotten eggplant for a week to avoid their wrath. As Kay describes to Agent J after he killed one of them:

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* The Skraaldians from the pilot episode ("The Long Goodbye Syndrome") end up being ParanoiaFuel UpToEleven. They're a shelled slug-like race that comes to Earth to multiply, as they like the warm climate in the sewers. However, if any single one of them is killed, the victim will vomit on the killer. The vomit then permanently marks the killer down to their DNA as a target of revenge for the entire race due to being a psychically-linked HiveMind. Worse, they can hide in the body of other aliens as parasites and [[ChestBurster burst from their chests]] to get to their victim, and masquerade as something as innocent as a human hot dog vendor before they strike. If you kill two or more, they will slowly put you in a large vat of soup at temperatures of 3000 to 4000 degrees to melt. They're so bad that Kay was willing to get stung by one and swell one, swelling up and turn turning the color of rotten eggplant for a week week, just to avoid their wrath. As Kay describes to Agent J after he killed one of them:


* The Skraaldians from the pilot episode ("The Long Goodbye Syndrome") end up being ParanoiaFuel UpToEleven. They're a shelled slug-like race that comes to Earth to multiply, as they like the warm climate in the sewers. However, if any single one of them is killed, the victim will vomit on the killer. The vomit then permanently marks the killer down to their DNA as a target of revenge for the entire race due the race being a psychically-linked HiveMind. Worse off, they can hide in the body of other aliens as parasites and [[ChestBurster burst from their chests]] to get to their victim, and masquerade as something as innocent as a human hot dog vendor before they strike. If you kill two or more, they will slowly put you in a large vat of soup at temperatures of 3000 to 4000 degrees to melt. They're so bad that Kay was willing get stung by one and swell up and turn the color of rotten eggplant for a week to avoid their wrath. As Kay describes to Agent J after he killed one of them:

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* The Skraaldians from the pilot episode ("The Long Goodbye Syndrome") end up being ParanoiaFuel UpToEleven. They're a shelled slug-like race that comes to Earth to multiply, as they like the warm climate in the sewers. However, if any single one of them is killed, the victim will vomit on the killer. The vomit then permanently marks the killer down to their DNA as a target of revenge for the entire race due the race to being a psychically-linked HiveMind. Worse off, Worse, they can hide in the body of other aliens as parasites and [[ChestBurster burst from their chests]] to get to their victim, and masquerade as something as innocent as a human hot dog vendor before they strike. If you kill two or more, they will slowly put you in a large vat of soup at temperatures of 3000 to 4000 degrees to melt. They're so bad that Kay was willing get stung by one and swell up and turn the color of rotten eggplant for a week to avoid their wrath. As Kay describes to Agent J after he killed one of them:


* Agent Alpha, a renegade MIB officer who decided that he wanted to become the ultimate lifeform by [[AppendageAssimilation hacking off alien limbs]] and [[OrganTheft ripping out their organs]] to graft to himself. He's basically a ''serial killer'' with all sorts of alien powers... scary in itself, before you see what he [[BodyHorror really looks like]]...
** Even worse, he's a recurring villain, and a big contender for the series' BigBad. So of course, he is still running around harvesting organs. Each subsequent appearance [[BodyHorror he becomes more and more inhuman in appearance, until he looks absolutely nothing like he did in his first appearance, with the only thing left of him being his brain.]]
* The Skraaldians from ''The Long Goodbye Syndrome'' end up being ParanoiaFuel UpToEleven. They're a shelled slug-like race that comes to Earth to multiply, as they like the warm climate in the sewers. However, if any single one of them is killed, the victim will vomit on the killer. The vomit then permanently marks the killer down to their DNA as a target of revenge for the entire race due the race being a psychically linked HiveMind. Worse off, they can hide in the body of other aliens as parasite and burst from their chests like Chestbursters from "Alien" to get to their victim, and masquerade as other species as something as innocent as a human hot dog vendor before they strike. If you kill two or more, they will slowly put you in a large vat of soup at temperatures of 3000 to 4000 degrees to melt. They're so bad that Kay was willing get stung by one and swell up and turn the color of rotten eggplant for a week to avoid their wrath. As Kay describes to Agent J after he killed one of them:
-->'''Kay:''' Skraaldians possess a hive mentality. They're psychically linked. They saw what you did. They know what you look like. They know where you live. All of them.... Listen, Slick. This is a whole planet of dudes dedicated to your demise. Four billion assassins locked on to your DNA, thinking about you every three seconds.
** Kay managed to get Agent J out of the death hit using an Arquillian robot suit decoy who owed him a favor, but if he hadn't J would have been a dead man for certain.

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For a mostly light-hearted SaturdayMorningCartoon, [[WesternAnimation/MenInBlackTheSeries this show]] (based on [[Film/MenInBlack the movie]] of the same name) has more than its fair share of frightening alien monsters and villains.
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* The Skraaldians from the pilot episode ("The Long Goodbye Syndrome") end up being ParanoiaFuel UpToEleven. They're a shelled slug-like race that comes to Earth to multiply, as they like the warm climate in the sewers. However, if any single one of them is killed, the victim will vomit on the killer. The vomit then permanently marks the killer down to their DNA as a target of revenge for the entire race due the race being a psychically-linked HiveMind. Worse off, they can hide in the body of other aliens as parasites and [[ChestBurster burst from their chests]] to get to their victim, and masquerade as something as innocent as a human hot dog vendor before they strike. If you kill two or more, they will slowly put you in a large vat of soup at temperatures of 3000 to 4000 degrees to melt. They're so bad that Kay was willing get stung by one and swell up and turn the color of rotten eggplant for a week to avoid their wrath. As Kay describes to Agent Alpha, J after he killed one of them:
-->'''Kay:''' "Skraaldians possess a hive mentality. They're psychically linked. They saw what you did. They know what you look like. They know where you live. All of them... listen, Slick. This is a whole planet of dudes dedicated to your demise. Four billion assassins locked onto your DNA, thinking about you every three seconds."
** Kay managed to get Jay out of the Skraaldians' hit-list by hiring an Arquillian (who was [[MobileSuitHuman piloting a robot suit decoy]] that looked like Kay, [[ItMakesSenseInContext blowing his nose to draw the Skraaldians to himself]]), but if he hadn't Jay (and potentially Kay) would have been dead men for certain.
* During the episode "The Buzzard Syndrome" which introduces [[BountyHunter Buzzard]], there's also the creature known as [[KillerRabbit Z-Ron]]. While Buzzard himself is rather creepy ([[LeanAndMean extremely tall]], pale-skinned, [[EvilSoundsDeep deep-voiced]], wears a black coat to disguise his inhuman body) and proves that he's ''not'' a good guy (he tries to kill Agent K to keep him from interfering with Buzzard's bounty-hunt), his target turns out to be ''much'' worse. Z-Ron is [[spoiler:a (literally) predatory SerialKiller who travels around space to kill and eat other aliens; he initially resembles a [[CuteIsEvil "harmless" teddy bear]] to lure his victims into false security before [[OneWingedAngel turning into a hideous monster]] to attack them. His spaceship is filled with ''about a dozen different alien skeletons'', and decides to add humans to his menu -- [[WouldHurtAChild he tries to hunt a young boy]] ([[FalseFriend by befriending and playing with him first]]) and later fools Agent J as well, chasing them both through a forest.]] This sadistic monster is definitely one of the nastiest [[MonsterOfTheWeek one-time villains]] in the series.
* The antagonist of "The Psychic Link Syndrome" is Forbus, a mentally disturbed alien of the Alcidian race. Considered to be weird and socially reclusive even by his own species, he has an [[BerserkButton irrational phobia of cameras]]. Several unlucky humans who try to take photos or films of him find out the hard way about pissing off this guy, who decides to attack them and [[LifeDrinker drains them of vital bodily fluids]] (his first victim turns so emaciated and shriveled-up that he resembles a corpse). Though fortunately, none of those humans died and they later fully recovered in the MIB hospital.
** There's also what Forbus does to Agent K; he grabs hold of him and establishes a PsychicLink, which forces K to feel every sensation (both mental and physical) that Forbus feels as well. Whenever Forbus is injured, Kay feels the same pain, and vice versa. Kay is also sharing Forbus' warped emotions and thoughts, until Kay turns evil and starts fighting Jay and Elle.
* [[BigBad Agent]] [[KnightOfCerebus Alpha]],
a renegade MIB officer who decided that he wanted to become the ultimate lifeform by [[AppendageAssimilation hacking off alien limbs]] and [[OrganTheft ripping out their organs]] to graft to himself. He's basically a ''serial killer'' with all sorts of alien powers... scary in itself, before you see what he [[BodyHorror really looks like]]...
** Even worse, he's a recurring villain, and a big contender for the series' BigBad. So of course, he is still running around harvesting organs. Each subsequent appearance [[BodyHorror he becomes more and more inhuman in appearance, until he looks absolutely nothing like he did in his first appearance, with the only thing left of him being his brain.brain]].
** There's also the fact of Alpha having once been Agent K's partner and mentor. Kay [[EvilFormerFriend trusted him as a dear friend]], before Alpha eventually betrayed the Men in Black and even his own species (he was secretly collaborating with Vangus and the Ixions for a cancelled invasion of Earth). It's no wonder why Kay is so jaded and reserved most of the time.
* [[AliensAreBastards Vangus]], the co-antagonist of the two-part "[[GrandFinale The Endgame Syndrome]]", can easily match Alpha in terms of [[KnightOfCerebus vileness]] (if not even more so). Vangus is an Ixion commander who leads an [[AlienInvasion invasion of Earth]] in order to steal all oil from the planet. When the Earthlings successfully counter-attack with the help of some alien allies, [[spoiler:he decides to launch a missile that would [[OmnicidalManiac eliminate everyone and everything on the planet]] while saving the petroleum for himself, ''effectively screwing over Alpha'' (who intended to enslave any surviving humans). Even though all his plans were thwarted, [[KarmaHoudini Vangus escapes unharmed]] [[FridgeHorror in the end]].
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* The Skraaldians from ''The Long Goodbye Syndrome'' end up being ParanoiaFuel UpToEleven. They're a shelled slug-like race that comes to Earth to multiply, as they like the warm climate in the sewers. However, if any single one of them is killed, the victim will vomit on the killer. The vomit then permanently marks the killer down to their DNA as a target of revenge for the entire race due the race being a psychically linked HiveMind. Worse off, they can hide in the body of other aliens as parasite and burst from their chests like Chestbursters from "Alien" to get to their victim, and masquerade as other species as something as innocent as a human hot dog vendor before they strike. If you kill two or more, they will slowly put you in a large vat of soup at temperatures of 3000 to 4000 degrees to melt. They're so bad that Kay was willing get stung by one and swell up and turn the color of rotten eggplant for a week to avoid their wrath. As Kay describes to Agent J after he killed one of them:
-->'''Kay:''' Skraaldians possess a hive mentality. They're psychically linked. They saw what you did. They know what you look like. They know where you live. All of them.... Listen, Slick. This is a whole planet of dudes dedicated to your demise. Four billion assassins locked on to your DNA, thinking about you every three seconds.
** Kay managed to get Agent J out of the death hit using an Arquillian robot suit decoy who owed him a favor, but if he hadn't J would have been a dead man for certain.
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* Agent Alpha, a renegade MIB officer who decided that he wanted to become the ultimate lifeform by [[AppendageAssimilation hacking off alien limbs]] and [[OrganTheft ripping out their organs]] to graft to himself. He's basically a ''serial killer'' with all sorts of alien powers... scary in itself, before you see what he [[BodyHorror really looks like]]...
** Even worse, he's a recurring villain, and a big contender for the series' BigBad. So of course, he is still running around harvesting organs. Each subsequent appearance [[BodyHorror he becomes more and more inhuman in appearance, until he looks absolutely nothing like he did in his first appearance, with the only thing left of him being his brain.]]
* The Skraaldians from ''The Long Goodbye Syndrome'' end up being ParanoiaFuel UpToEleven. They're a shelled slug-like race that comes to Earth to multiply, as they like the warm climate in the sewers. However, if any single one of them is killed, the victim will vomit on the killer. The vomit then permanently marks the killer down to their DNA as a target of revenge for the entire race due the race being a psychically linked HiveMind. Worse off, they can hide in the body of other aliens as parasite and burst from their chests like Chestbursters from "Alien" to get to their victim, and masquerade as other species as something as innocent as a human hot dog vendor before they strike. If you kill two or more, they will slowly put you in a large vat of soup at temperatures of 3000 to 4000 degrees to melt. They're so bad that Kay was willing get stung by one and swell up and turn the color of rotten eggplant for a week to avoid their wrath. As Kay describes to Agent J after he killed one of them:
-->'''Kay:''' Skraaldians possess a hive mentality. They're psychically linked. They saw what you did. They know what you look like. They know where you live. All of them.... Listen, Slick. This is a whole planet of dudes dedicated to your demise. Four billion assassins locked on to your DNA, thinking about you every three seconds.
** Kay managed to get Agent J out of the death hit using an Arquillian robot suit decoy who owed him a favor, but if he hadn't J would have been a dead man for certain.

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