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19th Jan '16 9:52:18 AM Jasin_Moridin
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* In ''TheCinderSpires'', one of the antagonists, Madame [[MeaningfulName Sycorax]] Cavendish, is this to a literally [[AxeCrazy insane]] degree. [[Spoiler: To the point of forcing one of her allies to claw his own eyes out for being rude to her.]]

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* In ''TheCinderSpires'', one of the antagonists, Madame [[MeaningfulName Sycorax]] Cavendish, is this to a literally [[AxeCrazy insane]] degree. [[Spoiler: To [[spoiler:To the point of forcing one of her allies to claw his own eyes out for being rude to her.]]
19th Jan '16 9:50:22 AM Jasin_Moridin
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* In ''TheCinderSpires'', one of the antagonists, Madame [[MeaningfulName Sycorax]] Cavendish, is this to a literally [[AxeCrazy insane]] degree. [[Spoiler: To the point of forcing one of her allies to claw his own eyes out for being rude to her.]]
20th Sep '15 7:11:16 PM Twiddler
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* The Rex Guardians in ''WesternAnimation/StormHawks'', an old-fashioned squadron who adhere strictly to an ancient code.
26th May '15 4:26:15 AM StFan
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The intervention doesn't need to be violent, since the protagonist(s) often merely don't want to offend the character for various reasons. And it doesn't always have to be an unreasonable viewpoint, but it always comes out during a situation with a simple solution, which is then pointlessly overcomplicated.

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The intervention doesn't need to be violent, since the protagonist(s) often merely don't want to offend the character for various reasons. And it doesn't always have to be an unreasonable viewpoint, but it always comes out during a situation with a simple solution, which is then pointlessly overcomplicated.
over-complicated.






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* ''KaiketsuZorori'': When Zorori, Ishishi and Noshishi try to help newbie wizard Nelly find the Grun Rod, Noshishi finds a juice dispenser that pours juice into your mouth as long as you stay under it with your mouth open. Naturally taking advantage of this, later he severely has to use the bathroom, and prepares to go behind a bush. Nelly is disgusted by this and demands that he find a bathroom. The only bathroom in the area is a stall in the middle of a bridge, and Noshishi goes into it, only to have the [[DeathTrap floor fall out]], dropping him into the ravine below.

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* StanFreberg's "Old Man River" sketch -- he's trying to sing "Old Man River", but keeps getting interrupted by a MoralGuardian who issues on-the-spot revisions to correct perceived instances of ageism, sexism, poor grammar, etc.

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* ''KaiketsuZorori'': ''Literature/KaiketsuZorori'': When Zorori, Ishishi and Noshishi try to help newbie wizard Nelly find the Grun Rod, Noshishi finds a juice dispenser that pours juice into your mouth as long as you stay under it with your mouth open. Naturally taking advantage of this, later he severely has to use the bathroom, and prepares to go behind a bush. Nelly is disgusted by this and demands that he find a bathroom. The only bathroom in the area is a stall in the middle of a bridge, and Noshishi goes into it, only to have the [[DeathTrap floor fall out]], dropping him into the ravine below.

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* StanFreberg's Creator/StanFreberg's "Old Man River" sketch -- he's trying to sing "Old Man River", but keeps getting interrupted by a MoralGuardian who issues on-the-spot revisions to correct perceived instances of ageism, sexism, poor grammar, etc.

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* ''Film/SerialMom'': Kathleen Turner murders people for various offenses against etiquette, for example beating a woman to death for wearing white after Labor Day.

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* Mrs. Peacock, in the [[TabletopGame/{{Clue}} Clue]] books (books based off the board game, humorous collections of short mysteries the reader has to solve).

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* ''Film/SerialMom'': Kathleen Turner murders people for various offenses against etiquette, for example beating a woman to death for wearing white after Labor Day.
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* Mrs. Peacock, Peacock in the [[TabletopGame/{{Clue}} Clue]] ''TabletopGame/{{Clue}}'' books (books based off the board game, humorous collections of short mysteries the reader has to solve).




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* Every ''Mind Your Manners with Billy Quan'' sketch on ''Series/AlmostLive'' features martial artist Billy Quan (re-)encountering the same unrepentant JerkAss who violates some minor rule of etiquette (Not returning a borrowed pen, speaking too loudly in the library, failing to tip a waitress...), followed by Billy beating the offender to a pulp in the style of a deliberately corny kung-fu movie. Viewers are then reminded to always follow said rule of etiquette on pain of Billy.
-->Remember, kids: Be like Billy. Be polite.

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* Every ''Mind "Mind Your Manners with Billy Quan'' Quan" sketch on ''Series/AlmostLive'' features martial artist Billy Quan (re-)encountering the same unrepentant JerkAss {{Jerkass}} who violates some minor rule of etiquette (Not (not returning a borrowed pen, speaking too loudly in the library, failing to tip a waitress...), followed by Billy beating the offender to a pulp in the style of a deliberately corny kung-fu movie. Viewers are then reminded to always follow said rule of etiquette on pain of Billy.
-->Remember, -->"Remember, kids: Be like Billy. Be polite."




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* [[AmbiguousGender Lion Ushiromiya]] from ''VisualNovel/UminekoNoNakuKoroNi'' has a habit of giving people's butts a nasty pinch whenever they're being too blunt or informal. The most frequent victims are Willard H. Wright and Jessica.

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* [[AmbiguousGender Lion Ushiromiya]] from ''VisualNovel/UminekoNoNakuKoroNi'' ''VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry'' has a habit of giving people's butts a nasty pinch whenever they're being too blunt or informal. The most frequent victims are Willard H. Wright and Jessica.

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Jessica.
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* ''Webcomic/LeagueOfSuperRedundantHeroes'' has Snob Goblin, a supervillain who attacks any offensive celebrities (extreme artist, trashy starlet, internet pornograph), objects to superheroines wearing sexualized outfits, and scolds you for harsh language while rampaging around.
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5th Apr '15 3:00:33 PM megarotic
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Note: as any modern etiquette book will tell you, the act of being an etiquette nazi is in itself an ''egregious'' violation of etiquette. The rules are there to smooth social interaction, not for some stuck-up bastard to use as an excuse to grind it to a screeching halt.

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Note: as any modern etiquette book will tell you, the act of being an etiquette nazi is in itself an ''egregious'' violation of etiquette. The rules are there to smooth social interaction, not for some stuck-up bastard to use as an excuse to grind it to a screeching halt. See also: GrammarNazi.
9th Jan '15 9:26:51 AM Austin
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* ''Serial Mom'': Kathleen Turner murders people for various offenses against etiquette, for example beating a woman to death for wearing white after Labor Day.

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* ''Serial Mom'': ''Film/SerialMom'': Kathleen Turner murders people for various offenses against etiquette, for example beating a woman to death for wearing white after Labor Day.



* Mrs. Peacock, in the Clue books (books based off the board game, humorous collections of short mysteries the reader has to solve).

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* Mrs. Peacock, in the Clue [[TabletopGame/{{Clue}} Clue]] books (books based off the board game, humorous collections of short mysteries the reader has to solve).
13th Dec '14 5:47:13 PM Firestorm17
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* The television adaptation's version of ''Series/{{Hannibal}}'' Lecter emphasizes his character aspect of [[IAmAHumanitarian eating]] [[DisproportionateRetribution the rude]].
12th Jul '14 7:18:13 AM Morgenthaler
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* In the ''{{Goosebumps}}'' book ''Chicken Chicken'', [[spoiler:the witch Vanessa turns the heroes into chickens for not apologizing after knocking her over. She only changes them back after they write her an apology note.]]

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* In the ''{{Goosebumps}}'' ''Literature/{{Goosebumps}}'' book ''Chicken Chicken'', [[spoiler:the the witch Vanessa turns the heroes into chickens for not apologizing after knocking her over. She only changes them back after they write her an apology note.]]
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10th Jul '14 5:38:06 PM Geoduck
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* The ''Mind Your Manners with Billy Quan'' sketches on ''Series/AlmostLive'' are about martial artist Billy Quan encountering some person who violates some minor rule of etiquette (Not returning a borrowed pen, speaking too loudly in the library, failing to tip a waitress...) and beating the offender to a pulp in the style of a deliberately corny kung-fu movie. Viewers are then reminded to always follow said rule of etiquette on pain of Billy.

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* The Every ''Mind Your Manners with Billy Quan'' sketches sketch on ''Series/AlmostLive'' are about features martial artist Billy Quan encountering some person (re-)encountering the same unrepentant JerkAss who violates some minor rule of etiquette (Not returning a borrowed pen, speaking too loudly in the library, failing to tip a waitress...) and ), followed by Billy beating the offender to a pulp in the style of a deliberately corny kung-fu movie. Viewers are then reminded to always follow said rule of etiquette on pain of Billy.
8th May '14 5:36:31 PM Bissek
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-->Remember, kids: Be like Billy. Be polite.
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