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|“||That - that is who you are, Mindy. You may not dress like us or talk like us but when it comes to boys, we're all the same. Twilight, Channing Tatum, Union J...It's biology, bitch. Don't fight it.||„|
|~ Brooke mockingly explaining to Mindy of her sudden arousal towards Union J being natural in teen girls.|
Brooke is a supporting antagonist in Kick-Ass 2. She is the ringleader of a teenage school posse, as well as Mindy Macready's classmate and high school bully/nemesis.
She was portrayed by Claudia Lee.
Brooke the ringleader of the most popular (and horrible) group/clique in school. Mindy meets her in a slumber party, and Brooke is clearly jealous of her. However, when Mindy upstages her in cheerleading tryouts, her jealousy of Mindy gets out of hand - she pulls a horrible prank on Mindy.
The next day, Mindy gets her revenge on her by using a vomit-diarrhea inducing device/crowd disperser (simply referred to as a "sick stick") on Brooke and her friends in the school lunchroom, completely humiliating all three girls. It has later said that all three of them were sent home with "tummy aches".
Brooke is a typical mean girl. She is somewhat unruly and self-obsessed; she is also very conniving, unscrupulous and materialistic, so she likes to manipulate anyone into precarious situations as well as have multiple people as her followers and is known to have a temper if angered. Brooke also refers to herself as "Queen Bee" and often believes that others under her should just do as she tells them to do, normally portrayed as a nice girl towards adult figures and authority heads.
But in reality, she is really a deceptive and bitchy spoiled brat with no respect for anyone at school or life in general; she is even narcissistic enough to humiliate anyone that is better than her at things she's good at, like when Hit-Girl outdid her during cheerleader practices.
- She appears to replace Debbie Foreman from the Hit-Girl comic series.