I just gotta know, how is he not a Complete Monster? I mean sure he's a trgic villains and is delusinonal, but plenty from that category have made it to the CM. Please explain. 

I think he wasn't a Complete Monster in the original book, in which he loved his mother to the point of worship and wanting to be a beautiful woman like her, giving him a slight bit of humanity to keep him away from the "complete" part. That's not in the film version, though, in which I'd say he most certaintly counts. DocColress (talk) 01:31, April 29, 2015 (UTC)

Supposedly he cares for his dog in the film, which means he doesn't count, but I never really got the vibe that he really loved his pet - only that he valued it in the same way he valued his wigs, makeup, dresses, and other property. He just did not strike me as a person who truly valued life. DocColress (talk) 02:09, April 29, 2015 (UTC)

It was the only living thing he seemed to value and was angered and about to kill his victim before planned when his dog was in danger.Jester of chaos (talk) 02:15, April 29, 2015 (UTC)

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