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Vexus referred to as Queen Vexus is the main antagonist of the Nickelodeon TV Series, My Life as A Teenage Robot.

History

She is A cunning and cruel robot queen, Vexus (voiced by Eartha Kitt) is bent on the enslavement of the human race. She is the main antagonist of the series. Vexus and Dr. Wakeman have been opponents for what must have been quite some time, and Vexus was likely the inspiration for Jenny's creation. XJ-9 typically can outwit and outperform Vexus, but regardless, Vexus has the resources of an entire planet to call upon. Occasionally she does gain the upper hand, typically through trickery and sabotage. She possesses the ability to transform, but typically for means of disguise, compared to the multitude of battle forms that Jenny typically uses. Her known forms are as the sneaky android, photographer in "Hostile Makeover", the robot nurse named Vee in "Tradeshow Showdown", a flirtatious teenage robot girl named "QT-2" (pronounced "Cutie 2") in "Designing Women", and even the transfer students Vicky and Violet in "Queen Bee". In Escape from Cluster Prime, it is revealed that Queen Vexus has a daughter named Vega. During the course of the movie, Queen Vexus is dethroned by Jenny and Nora Wakeman (with Sheldon's help) and Vega takes the leadership of Cluster Prime for her own. Despite fleeing from Cluster Prime, Vexus returned in the series afterward in “Trash Talk”, and in "Queen Bee", in which she donned a new look.

Vexus’ Evil Plots

First appearing in "Hostile Makeover", Vexus infected Jenny with a nanobot, "slowly changing her from within, into "A HIDEOUS MONSTER!" Her plan is foiled when Wakeman manages to short-circuit the infected Jenny and remove the nanobot. Vexus later showed up in "Tradeshow Showdown" where she assimilated all the robots in the convention, only for Jenny to deactivate her whole new army. Eventually, in "Designing Women", Vexus grew tired of Jenny always defeating her drones with the seemingly endless gadgets she can pull out at will. In disguise as "QT-2", Vexus coaxed Sheldon out of Jenny's master blueprints (which he originally stole to find the way to her heart). Vexus nearly had Jenny beat, now able to calculate her every move, but some quick thinking outside the box left Jenny the victor in the end. Finally, in the TV movie "Escape from Cluster Prime", Vexus attempts to bring Jenny into the Cluster on the tricentennial of Tremorton. When the fight is over, Vexus escaped via teleporter on her hovercraft. After the townsfolk shun Jenny for the damage to the town and the ruined festivities, Jenny is left to clean up the mess, and she accidentally stumbles through the Cluster portal, ending up being transported to her enemies' home planet. Completely unaware of this turn of events, Vexus finally loses patience and pulls a full-scale invasion of Earth. During Jenny's time on Cluster Prime, she realizes that Vexus has been lying to her people. There, the robot XJ-9 has been painted as the barbaric android who stole the planet's supply of golden computer chips (the part that allows their weapons systems to function), when it was really Vexus who was guilty of the crime (however, comically because of the barbaric overtones in her poster, no one on Cluster Prime even realized Jenny was XJ-9). In the end, Vexus was overthrown, and her benevolent daughter, Princess Vega, took the throne. However, Vexus appears again in "Trash Talk" and "Queen Bee", repeatedly attempting to exact her revenge of Jenny for her loss of power. However, after her exile from Cluster Prime, it seemed Vexus was clearly starting to lose her mind (e.g. she had created a spaceship for escape that could only contain a hamster). Later, Vexus returns to Tremorton and pretends to be "Violet" at Tremorton High, but Jenny was able to recognize her without having to remove her disguise. The Crust Cousins run into Vexus, and take her with them so they could teach her how to be fashionable and popular in order to humiliate Jenny. On the next day, Brit and Tiff introduce Vexus as "Vicky", and she was extremely successful in her ability to outdo Jenny in "fitting in and being popular". However, Vexus (disguised as "Vicky") was becoming even more popular than the Crust Cousins themselves, proclaiming herself the queen of Tremorton High, and reducing the Crust Cousins to nerds. She had nearly defeated Jenny by using disruptors placed around the school by Brit and Tiff. The Crusts had no other choice but to remove the devices they had planted earlier so Jenny could defeat Vexus, and they wouldn't "remain as social outcasts". Even though the students still liked Vexus after Jenny defeated her, she instantly lost her popularity when Jenny told the students that their queen was two thousand years old. Despite all of her failures, Vexus is still alive, which means that she is not officially defeated in the series.

Physical Appearance

Vexus' physical appearance is that of a green- and yellow-striped insectoid alien robot. She has long striped legs with high heels, a black bottom and a yellow top. She has large black arms and hands with green sleeves attached to them. Some parts of her body, like her belly and upper arms are not covered by armor, but show her black robotic body. She has a small insectoid head with long curved antennae-like features. She has long green and yellow striped “hair” that resembles the headdress of an Egyptian pharaoh, a crown-like feature with an orb on it, and clear white wings. She has long eyelashes, red lips, and sharp fangs. Following the events of "Escape from Cluster Prime", Vexus' appearance changed to a more deteriorated and damaged form. In "Trash Talk", her color pattern changed to a darker tone (matching the atmosphere of the asteroid). In "Queen Bee", Vexus somehow gained a new, slightly altered appearance. Her large antennae and sleeves were reduced in size, and the shape of her headdress changed. She also donned some sort of green corset that covered her belly, and her antennae became more aligned with the orb on her head.

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