Amanda Killman (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
- 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.
- She is braindead. She claims that beasts are evil, yet after seeing that Bunsen isn't evil, she still attacks him.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- As stated above, she may be just a kid, but her intelligence is below average for a villain.
- 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.
- Her voice is very annoying and ear-grating, and she has a nigh-unintelligible lisp, which will get on your last nerve.
- Despite her continual setbacks, she rarely gets comeuppance for her egregious behavior, some can consider her to be a Karma Houdini because of this.
- While the other characters became more tolerable and likeable as Season 1 and the series went on, she did not.
- Whenever she gets angry or fails, she comes off as unintentionally funny.
- In "Wilda Beast", when Mikey was being attacked by Wilda's boyfriend, Amanda came to his rescue and defeated the monster.