Author: By Natalie Reilly
Publication: Sun Herald
Section: Sunday Life
Five of the most twisted sisters on television.Serena, Bewitched (1964-1972)OK, she was Samantha's cousin but seeing that the raven-haired Serena, the naughty witch who liked a rock'n'roll lifestyle, was also played by Elizabeth Montgomery, she could have passed for her twin.MoragBellingham, Home And Away (1988-)Until his snivelling, villainous elder sister, Morag (Cornelia Frances), turned up to wreak havoc, the genial patriarch of Summer Bay, Alf Stewart (Ray Meagher), was doing very well. Sydney Andrews, Melrose Place (1993-98)Forget Heather Locklear. Jane's (Josie Bissett) vixen of a little sister, Sydney (Laura Leighton), cheated, stole, lied and slept with her brother-in-law (Thomas Calabro).Janice Soprano, The Sopranos (2000-)Whether it's antagonising her husband's kids, brawling with the Russian mob or having screaming matches with her brother, Tony (James Gandolfini), Janice (Aida Turturro) knows how to fight dirty.Kaitlin "Mini" Cooper, The O.C. (2006-)Marissa's younger sister, Kaitlin (Willa Holland), has done a fine job as a pot-smoking, manipulative minx. Now, with no Marissa (Mischa Barton) to rein her in, she will no doubt rule the school.
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