As the title say, i agree about Beth Whigham (not sure about her last name, but none is given, so i assume it's the actress' last name, just like with Jill Roberts). However, we need to propose her first. Would you like to propose her (i can help you with reasons), or should i do it? If you'll propose, i'll be one of the firsts to vote yes.
Get into "Pure Evil" category and you'll se a format for PE proposals. There are also many PE proposals you can read and learn from. I have a successful PE proposal of my own. A dog-based monster who killed 3 people and tried to rape his own sister.
As much as I agree, given that Beth admits so herself. Scream already has 4 Pure Evil villains that have committed much worse crimes, so the standard might be too high. Though, Beth is the first one to just do it for the lols.
If and when i'll do the proposal, after expanding her article of course, i'll note the special evil she committed. Here are some of the points:
A. Until Beth came, "Scream" was a world without racism. While being worse, Roman and Jill weren't racists. Beth hates blacks, the male gender as a whole, and very possibly hate Jews too. In a setting like "Scream", racism is an ultra violet line.
B. She was so petty. Many killers were, but her pettiness goes to places like burning Manny inside a car because he didn't liked her shoes and killing the only member of the heroes group who 100% believed her because he believed her.
Technically, she's the second killer who did it for kicks. The first was Stu, except Stu really did had no motive. Beth had one, but it was fudged-up.
P.S: The most important thing Beth's article need is to make a complete biography. I know what she did, but I need to watch the season again ('m in episode 5 of the second watch) to expand it in the appropriate way.
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