Amanda Killman (Bunsen is a Beast)

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Amanda Killman
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"To make him leave 'cause I don't want his kind to be increased!"
Gender: Female
Type: Unfavorably Villainous Child
Age: 12
Species: Human
Portrayed by: Kari Wahlgren
Status: Alive
Media of origin: Bunsen is a Beast


Amanda Killman is the main "antagonist" of the short-lived Nickelodeon animated show Bunsen is a Beast. She is Bunsen's nemesis and a villainous mastermind who attends Muckledunk Middle School. Her right-hand girl is named Beverly. She is voiced by Kari Wahlgren.

Why She Sucks

  1. She is a very generic and poorly written villain. All she attacks and hates is Bunsen and for an idiotic reason. Not because he is "evil", but because he's a beast.
  2. She is braindead. She claims that beasts are evil, yet after seeing that Bunsen isn't evil, she still attacks him.
  3. Hypocrisy: She hates beasts because they're evil yet she likes to be evil as well (and fails miserably). Also, even though she claims to hate Mikey (the deuteragonist), she has a secret crush on him.
  4. Her design is lazily made, ugly, creepy, and sometimes even disgusting, and just like the other character designs in Bunsen is a Beast, it is unfitting in a show created by Hartman, as it fits more into a Canadian cartoon instead.
    • The most notable issue is her teeth and red eyes.
  5. Her convoluted plans are pathetic and they always backfire, while she could make easier plans and win.
    • In fact, they backfire so much, that they often result in her getting attacked or being a victim to them almost once a scene, which makes her the punching bag of the show.
  6. As stated above, she may be just a kid, but her intelligence is below average for a villain.
  7. She mostly serves as a filler and a "villain" for the series, much like modern Denzel Crocker from the last two seasons of The Fairly OddParents.
  8. Her voice is very annoying and ear-grating, and she has a nigh-unintelligible lisp, which will get on your last nerve.
  9. Despite her continual setbacks, she rarely gets comeuppance for her egregious behavior, some can consider her to be a Karma Houdini because of this.
  10. While the other characters became more tolerable and likeable as Season 1 and the series went on, she did not.

Redeeming Qualities

  1. Whenever she gets angry or fails, she comes off as unintentionally funny.
  2. In "Wilda Beast", when Mikey was being attacked by Wilda's boyfriend, Amanda came to his rescue and defeated the monster.

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