Last week's episode of television's most popular prime-time soap opera, Wicked Women, was devoted entirely to the show's most popular villainess, the rich, beautiful and spoiled Amethyst Buckley. In just one hour-long show, Amethyst did four wicked deeds (blackmail, kidnapping, perjury, and attempted murder) to four different men in her life (a bank president, an ex-husband, a state senator, and a television executive). The wages of wickedness? Last week, the show was once again first in the ratings. Can you put Amethyst's four wicked deeds in order, and tell who was the target of each?