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Amanda Banshee is a character from the Freddy the Fly segments on The Wacky World of Tex Avery. She is voiced by Scott McNeil.
Why She Needs to Stop Chasing After Freddy the Fly
- She is greedy, self-serving, and doesn’t care about her servants and keeps firing them whenever they screw up and only cares about herself.
- She even admitted that she hunts her own servants, seriously!
- Her voice is incredibly annoying and ear piercing. It doesn’t help that she's voiced by Scott McNeil, who is a amazing male voice actor who did a phenomenal job at voicing Piccolo in the Ocean Dub of Dragon Ball Z and Rattrap from Beast Wars, which is wasted talent.
- She is very destructive as well due to how she tries to kill Freddy the Fly which leads to her wrecking everything around her extravagent abode instead.
- Much like most characters in the show, her design is pretty unappealing, especially considering the fact that she's made out to be overweight and have a characteristically clownish look to her appearance.
- She also tends to beat up people whenever she's angry over the fly.
- Despite acting posh and sophisticated, she often acts like a nervous wreck when Freddy's around her, which causes her to get destructive and sadistic without thinking twice.
- She is also not that bright either and has made a lot of dumb moves in the manner of a womanchild, prior to her paranoia and obsession over Freddy, a fly.
- She acts very immature and spoiled, as she behaves like a petty kid who wastes her time over a horsefly.
- She has a bad habit of kicking people out of her house for incredibly petty and irrational reasons that makes no sense to anyone.
- The writers did a very awful job representing the characters' roles in the these Freddy the Fly cartoons of The Wacky World of Tex Avery. Amanda Banshee is depicted as the villain even though she's basically minding her own business only for her daily activities to be ruined by the sadistic Freddy, while Freddy, despite being the protagonist, was the one really responsible for all the troubles that happened to Amanda because he sadistically provokes the latter for no reason. Basically, these cartoons try to force viewers to like the protagonist and to despise the villain without giving the usual proper characterization to them as a reason to do this.
- To be fair, Freddy the Fly usually starts the conflict between his and her rivalry, meaning Freddy could be the sole reason she’s like this.
- The slapstick moments where she tries to kill Freddy the Fly can be considered funny.