- n. alternative spelling of baddie.
“He is less memorable even than Tomorrow Never Dies’ main baddy, Elliott Carver (Remember?”
“But her aunt is proved right in the end, for among all these nice well-brought-up people there is a baddy, which is revealed only towards the end.”
“When a Jews does something wrong, the newspapers can't wait to let the world know that the 'baddy' is a Jew.”
“The dog is not taking down a bad guy, judging from how the squad runs unprotected from various angles, and the "baddy" is wearing a mattress suit.”
“There have to be two henchmen to hold the captive goody down while the baddy explains the utter ruthlessness of his cunning plan.”
“Old Man: You know this Guy: Itś Jiří Macháček (Czech actor) - dramatically baddy and Jiří Lábus (Czech actor and famous comedy sparring partner with Kaiser) with Petr Čtvrtníček also, of course.”
“I like it when the Russian baddy talks about any child finding his secrets for one small coin. steve B. writes:”
“It starts Michael Crawford, who went on to greater fame as the original musical Phantom of the Opera, and Oliver Reed as the Russian baddy.”
“Hugo Weaving, playing a baddy, injects way much menace as he spits out “Mister Anderson.””
“Which is kind of key of the story, as Diabolos (the head baddy) is looking to lead his armies (with the aid of an evil corporation responsible for the Gate in the present) into a full scale war on both Heaven and Earth.”
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