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* Despite his apparent lack of respect for his son, Scott, he seems to care for his son's well being. This is especially evident when Dr. Evil says "no one talks to his son like that" tries to comfort Scott, and then attacks a Ku Klux Klan member on the Jerry Springer show shortly after the latter made a very insulting remark towards Scott.
 
* Despite his apparent lack of respect for his son, Scott, he seems to care for his son's well being. This is especially evident when Dr. Evil says "no one talks to his son like that" tries to comfort Scott, and then attacks a Ku Klux Klan member on the Jerry Springer show shortly after the latter made a very insulting remark towards Scott.
 
* The most common word Dr. Evil uses is 'frickin'.
 
* The most common word Dr. Evil uses is 'frickin'.
* Dr. Evil’s catchphrase, “Throw me a frickin’ bone” refers to his confusion when someone speaks and he does not quite catch the concept of their words.
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* Dr. Evil’s catchphrase, “Throw me a frickin’ bone” refers to his confusion when someone speaks and he does not quite catch the idea what they say are saying.
 
* In the first film, Dr. Evil admitted to designing Vanessa Kensington's and Austin's futuristic outfits. This may indicate he has an evil forte for fashion design.
 
* In the first film, Dr. Evil admitted to designing Vanessa Kensington's and Austin's futuristic outfits. This may indicate he has an evil forte for fashion design.
 
* As a cover-up for his world domination, he once owned the multi-billion dollar franchise, Starbucks, and a Hollywood Talent Agency hiring famous actors, like Leonardo DiCaprio and George Clooney.
 
* As a cover-up for his world domination, he once owned the multi-billion dollar franchise, Starbucks, and a Hollywood Talent Agency hiring famous actors, like Leonardo DiCaprio and George Clooney.

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