Shirley St. Ives
Talk about it here.
- "I'll tell you why I'm Shirley. I'm Shirley because I would like to be called Shirley, and it is impolite not to do so."
- —Shirley to the Baudelaire orphans
The Miserable Mill
Klaus is successfully hypnotized, and his plights give Sir the choice to either fire them and give them to Shirley, or keep them as workers in the lumber industry.
But the Baudelaires save the day, defeating Shirley's plans. Dr. Orwell is killed when she steps in the path of the whirring saw.
None - Olaf leaves his eyebrows alone this time.
Tattooed Ankle Cover-Up
Olaf uses stockings with the pattern of eyes on them to conceal his tattoo. At the end, though, he takes them off and has to hitch up his skirt to reveal his tattoo.