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    Frieda (Happily N'Ever After)

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    "I give you Happily, NEVER, After! Hahahahaha!"
    Gender: Female
    Type: Generic Doomsday Villain
    Age: Unknown
    Species: Human
    Portrayed by: Sigourney Weaver (English)
    Traudel Haas (German)
    Status: Alive
    Media of origin: Happily N'Ever After

    Frieda is the main antagonist of the 2007 German indie computer-animated fantasy film Happily N'Ever After. She is Ella's stepmother and a parody of the Wicked Stepmother of Cinderella's original story.

    Why She's Intentionally a Bad Stepmother Who Lived Happily NEVER After

    1. She feels like little more than your typical generic doomsday villain than anything as she lacks a proper or interesting motive for her actions apart from "I'm tired of us villains always getting the short end of the stick", which, make no mistake, is better than her having no motive at all, but it could've certainly been much stronger.
    2. She is mean-spirited stepmother to Ella as she forces her to do chores while she and her stepsisters go to the ball.
    3. She's just another one of those mean popular girls because of how poorly she treats her own stepdaughter.
    4. She changes the story rules.
    5. She was selfish.

    Intentional Redeeming Qualities

    1. Her character design is good.
    2. Her voice by Sigourney Weaver is awesome.
    3. She got defeated by being punched by Ella and taking her into another dimension.
    4. Judging by the way she acts, it's obvious that she was meant to be hated.
    5. At least she isn't as bad as Lady Vain from the second Happily N'Ever After film.


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