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  • ‘I find that rather hard to believe,’ he said, ‘considering that one of Maitlands’ leading clients is the preferred bidder for TranStar Shipping — the white knight elected to fight off big bad PresCorp’s attempts to acquire a majority shareholding.’

    Mistress For A Weekend

  • The-parents befame heroes, the! octors and the hospital, big bad wolves.

    Blood Test

  • Are you afraid of the big bad bogeyman, Killkenny?

    Dragon Warrior

  • He pictured the press making Kristine Granger Little Red Riding Hood and casting him in the role of the big bad wolf.

    In His Own Defense

  • I started to say something defensive-like, Okay, so you're in a big bad mood because you're knocked up, so don't take it out on my sorry love life-but something stopped me.

    Fault Line

  • So why was Caitlin crying as he showed her their new living room with the sweeping views of big bad Mt. Greylock and the Hoosic River?

    Cross

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  • It was hard to beat the big bad of the first season, the Master, although season 3 with the Mayor came close. It got progressively worse until the awful big bad of season 6, but season 7 was definitely a good way to go out.

    December 19, 2007

  • The reference to the main "evil" in each season of Buffy the Vampire slayer, always a different evil than what had come before, and a recurring theme throughout that season.

    December 18, 2007