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16th May '18 4:45:16 PM MsRandom303
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* The video for "My Song" by Creator/JerryCantrell shows a woman physically restraining Jerry, ''collecting his DNA'', and doing other creepy things. He escapes, though.
6th May '18 8:11:56 PM M84
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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Ninjago}}'', the Sons of Garmadon introduced in Season 8 are loony fans of the late Lord Garmadon. What makes it worse is that they idolize him for his power and none of his redeeming qualities which they believe held him back. [[spoiler:Their plan is to use the Oni Masks to bring Garmadon back from the dead devoid of said redeeming qualities. By the end of the season, they succeed.]]
3rd May '18 5:27:22 PM mightymewtron
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* Creator/RachelBloom's "Fuck Me, Creator/RayBradbury." Rachel portrays a fangirl who writes about her sucking his dick and jerks off to his books, singing about her lust for him, to him.
14th Apr '18 10:37:13 AM Cartoonfan3
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* In ''Series/{{Monk}}'', Creator/SarahSilverman is the equally alliterative Marci Maven, who is like this UpToEleven, to the point that she's furnished her house with furniture Monk threw out, and she's wearing his old pants. Apparently Monk also took out a restraining order against her. Amusingly this extends to minor MetaGal traits, like referring to his cases by episode title.

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* In ''Series/{{Monk}}'', Creator/SarahSilverman is the equally alliterative Marci Maven, who is like this UpToEleven, to the point that she's furnished her house with furniture Monk threw out, and she's wearing his old pants. During a case, Marci even goes so far as to act as Monk's self-appointed social buffer, by performing his obsessive compulsive tendencies ''for'' him, and gives a man Monk is about to question a list of "ground rules" about how not to annoy him, while all Monk has to do is stand behind and wait. Apparently Monk also took out a restraining order against her. Amusingly this extends to minor MetaGal traits, like referring to his cases by episode title.
5th Apr '18 6:38:10 AM LadyJafaria
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* In ''Discworld/MakingMoney'', antagonist Cosmo Lavish is a Loony Fan of Vetinari, who [[InsaneTrollLogic seeks to replace him by becoming him]]. He wears the same style clothes and beard, sends his henchmen to steal Vetinari's signature personal items by replacing them with replicas (they skip a step and just give ''him'' the replicas), and even has a machine to train him to [[FascinatingEyebrow raise one eyebrow]]. Cosmo actually starts off as reasonably competent, if a bit of a SmugSnake, but his obsession eventually descends into insanity and he's last seen [[spoiler: in the asylum, where he finds out he's not the only person with his problem.]]
26th Mar '18 1:43:51 PM RainbowPhoenix
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** Proving that some things just run in the family, ''VideoGame/MassEffectAndromeda'' has a brief (as in one non-storyline conversation) with a Miss ''Cassandra'' Verner, Conrad's brother. She claims Conrad's behaviour was so irritating she had to leave the galaxy, then turns out to be crazier than he is. Conrad at least hero worships an ''actual'' hero, where Cass worships a crime lord (and for further crazy points, has a "plan" to ingratiate herself to the woman, then phone up her brother and brag about this to him. From another galaxy. Four hundred years away.)

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** Proving that some things just run in the family, ''VideoGame/MassEffectAndromeda'' has a brief (as in one non-storyline conversation) with a Miss ''Cassandra'' Verner, Conrad's brother.sister. She claims Conrad's behaviour was so irritating she had to leave the galaxy, then turns out to be crazier than he is. Conrad at least hero worships an ''actual'' hero, where Cass worships a crime lord (and for further crazy points, has a "plan" to ingratiate herself to the woman, then phone up her brother and brag about this to him. From another galaxy. Four Six hundred years away.after he would have died.)
16th Mar '18 2:49:46 PM Trogdor7620
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** In [[VideoGame/MassEffect2 the sequel]] he shows up again and says that you assaulted him, due to a save error that assumes you took the Renegade option. Since that point he's taken to dressing in a replica of your armor and acting like you did in the first game with side quests and looting. If you manage to talk him down, he'll go back to a normal life; if you upset him, he'll [[UndignifiedDeath fall into a sewage treatment plant's turbines]]. This bug gets referenced in ''VideoGame/MassEffect3'', where if you took the Paragon route in ''VideoGame/MassEffect1'', Conrad apologizes for having accused Shepard of pointing a gun at him (the Renegade option), saying he was just ''really'' stressed out at the time.
** He shows up again in [[VideoGame/MassEffect3 the final game]], this time claiming that Cerberus is an ally of Shepard, and thus the galaxy. After being set straight, Conrad eventually reveals that he has a ''StalkerShrine'' dedicated to Shepard. Alternatively, if you took the Paragon route he turns up as a doctor treating war refugees and saves Shepard from an assassination attempt, possibly dying in the process.

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** In [[VideoGame/MassEffect2 the sequel]] he shows up again and says that you assaulted him, due to a save error that assumes you took the Renegade option. Since that point he's taken to dressing in a replica of your armor and acting like you did in the first game with side quests and looting. If you manage to talk him down, he'll go back to a normal life; if you upset him, he'll [[UndignifiedDeath fall into a sewage treatment plant's turbines]]. [[AscendedGlitch This bug gets referenced in in]] ''VideoGame/MassEffect3'', where if you took the Paragon route in ''VideoGame/MassEffect1'', Conrad apologizes for having accused Shepard of pointing a gun at him (the Renegade option), saying he was just ''really'' stressed out at the time.
time[[note]]For the record, the Paragon dialogue can be found [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_pQd3pHKO4k here]]
** He shows up again in [[VideoGame/MassEffect3 the final game]], this time claiming that Cerberus is an ally of Shepard, and thus the galaxy. After being set straight, Conrad eventually reveals that he has a ''StalkerShrine'' dedicated to Shepard. Alternatively, if Additionally, you took get a bit of background to the Paragon route guy: when Shepard sarcastically asks if Conrad can help build an ancient dark-energy powered device to stop the [[EldritchAbomination Reapers]], Conrad responds that he turns up as a doctor treating war refugees wrote his doctoral dissertation on xenotechnology and saves dark energy integration. Yes, you read that right; Conrad Verner is actually ''Dr.'' Conrad Verner. Later on, he TakesTheBullet meant for Shepard from an assassination attempt, possibly dying in the process.process, only surviving because another NPC that Shepard helped in the past replaced the bullets with blanks.



** Proving that some things just run in the family, ''VideoGame/MassEffectAndromeda'' has a brief (as in one non-storyline conversation) with a Miss ''Cassandra'' Verner, Conrad's brother. She claims Conrad's behaviour was so irritating she had to leave the galaxy, then turns out to be crazier than he. Conrad at least hero worships an ''actual'' hero, where Cass worships a crime lord (and for further crazy points, has a "plan" to ingratiate herself to the woman, then phone up her brother and brag about this to him. From another galaxy. Four hundred years away.)

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** Proving that some things just run in the family, ''VideoGame/MassEffectAndromeda'' has a brief (as in one non-storyline conversation) with a Miss ''Cassandra'' Verner, Conrad's brother. She claims Conrad's behaviour was so irritating she had to leave the galaxy, then turns out to be crazier than he.he is. Conrad at least hero worships an ''actual'' hero, where Cass worships a crime lord (and for further crazy points, has a "plan" to ingratiate herself to the woman, then phone up her brother and brag about this to him. From another galaxy. Four hundred years away.)
12th Mar '18 6:05:13 PM rjd1922
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* Amy Rose started out as a somewhat subdued variant of this towards ''SonicTheHedgehog''.
** VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog2006 brings us SONICMAN! He's so convinced he's the real Sonic, he ''challenges the real Sonic to a foot race!''

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* Amy Rose started out as a somewhat subdued variant of this towards ''SonicTheHedgehog''.
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** VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog2006 ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog2006'' brings us SONICMAN! He's so convinced he's the real Sonic, he ''challenges the real Sonic to a foot race!''
27th Feb '18 2:07:32 PM MikeW
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* A recurring bit on ''Series/IZombie'' is Liv downing the brains of a mega-fan of everything from football to a TV series and soon exhibiting their passions to the extreme.
25th Feb '18 8:41:02 PM nombretomado
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* Subverted in the ''ShakeItUp'' episode "Copy Kat it Up", wherein a shy, socially-awkward girl named Kat seems to have a near-stalkerish obsession with the girls, especially [=CeCe=]. [[spoiler: It turns out to be a BatmanGambit to get a spot dancing on the show]].

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* Subverted in the ''ShakeItUp'' ''Series/ShakeItUp'' episode "Copy Kat it Up", wherein a shy, socially-awkward girl named Kat seems to have a near-stalkerish obsession with the girls, especially [=CeCe=]. [[spoiler: It turns out to be a BatmanGambit to get a spot dancing on the show]].
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