|Age:||20's - 30's|
|Nation-State:||United States of America|
|Eye color:||Light Blue|
|Family and Friends|
|Personality and Ability|
|Love interests:||Rod Bentley and previous boyfriends|
|Behind the Scene|
|First appearance:||"Evil Bouquets Are Sooo Passe"|
|Voiced by:||Linda Ballantyne|
Violet Vanderfleet is a villain that appeared in "Evil Bouquets Are Sooo Passe" and "Baddies on a Blimp". An accomplished botanist, she created a hybrid of poisonous flowers called the "Viola Vanderfleetus" to destroy the male half of civilization because of her own failed relationships and because of her belief that there are, in her words, “a lot of angry, hurt women out there” who “all want revenge”. (She is unaware of the fact that men get dumped just as often as women do, maybe even more, and that some couples are perfectly happy with their relationships.)
Her madness began after a boyfriend dumped her for another (although it is not specified whether it was another male or simply another woman). When asked why she zombified the other guys, she replies that they all dumped her as well.
At one point she offered Clover a chance to help her, as she sensed Clover's rage at the fact Samantha was dating Clover's ex-boyfriend Fernando. Clover, however, refused. Her plan goes haywire when one of her plants catches a strand of her hair and attacks her. She is arrested and taken to the WOOHP Prison.
In addition to her knowledge of plant biology and chemistry, she is able to pilot a plane and is a skilled combatant, easily dodging and countering the girls' attacks. She effortlessly nearly took down all three of them by herself, though the girls may have been exhausted from the previous encounters with her plants.
In "Baddies on a Blimp", Violet is one of three prisoners to be transported to WOOHP Island via the WOOHP Blimp. However, a computer glitch frees her and the other prisoners, and they take over. She wants to cause a worldwide allergy to love attack with her sneezing peonies.
- Natalie Valentine is similar to Violet Vanderfleet in motive. However, Violet got rejected frequently, whereas Natalie never had a date.
- Violet is similiar to Shelly Junglelove in that she grows and controls plants.
- She resembles Pamela Isley (Poison Ivy) from DC Comics.
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