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11th Jan '17 6:49:35 PM LloydNebulon
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* ''[[WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresofJimmyNeutronBoyGenius Jimmy Neutron]]'s hyperactive best pal, Sheen (pictured above) is totally obsessed with Ultra Lord. He's got tons and tons of Ultra Lord merchandise, wrote the whole Ultra Lord website and firmly believes in Ultra Lord, even as a god. However, he seems to have lost his obsession permanently in ''WesternAnimation/PlanetSheen''. This is due to being a superhero on Ultra Lord.

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* ''[[WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresofJimmyNeutronBoyGenius Jimmy Neutron]]'s hyperactive best pal, Sheen (pictured above) is totally obsessed with Ultra Lord. He's got tons and tons of Ultra Lord merchandise, wrote the whole Ultra Lord website and firmly believes in Ultra Lord, even as a god. However, he seems to have lost his obsession permanently
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in ''WesternAnimation/PlanetSheen''. This is due to the ''WesternAnimation/PlanetSheen'' episode, "Cutting the Ultra Lord", Sheen goes mental after being a superhero on away from Ultra Lord. Lord for so long. When he rescues Nesmith and Doppy from a monster, he realizes that he doesn't need Ultra Lord anymore because on Zeenu he's [[CallBack ULTRA SHEEN]]!
11th Jan '17 6:42:58 PM LloydNebulon
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* ''[[WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresofJimmyNeutronBoyGenius Jimmy Neutron]]'s hyperactive best pal, Sheen (pictured above) is totally obsessed with Ultra Lord. He's got tons and tons of Ultra Lord merchandise, wrote the whole Ultra Lord website and firmly believes in Ultra Lord, even as a god. However, he seems to have lost his obsession permanently in ''WesternAnimation/PlanetSheen''. This is due to being a superhero on Ultra Lord.
10th Jan '17 7:11:32 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Series/TheAffair'': While Noah was in prison between seasons 2 and 3, a prison guard from his Pennsylvania hometown named John Gunther becomes obsessed with Noah and envious of his success as a writer. He regularly torments (at one point even returning Noah a picture of Alison that he previously stole [[{{Squick}} covered with semen]]) and assaults Noah in prison and continues stalking him after he gets out, culminating in an attempted murder.
21st Dec '16 4:46:37 AM Andyroid
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* ''WesternAnimation/SonicBoom'': Mark from "The Biggest Fan" is more than a little obsessed with Sonic and friends, to the point he writes "spicy" [[PortmanteauCoupleName SonAmy]] fan fiction and ''tries to hold Sonic captive''.

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* ''WesternAnimation/SonicBoom'': Mark from "The Biggest Fan" is more than a little obsessed with Sonic and friends, to the point he writes "spicy" [[PortmanteauCoupleName SonAmy]] fan fiction and ''tries to hold an injured Sonic captive''.captive'' a la ''Literature/{{Misery}}''.
14th Dec '16 6:10:06 AM Andyroid
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* ''WesternAnimation/SonicBoom'': Mark from "The Biggest Fan" is more than a little obsessed with Sonic and friends, to the point he writes "spicy" [[PortmanteauCoupleName SonAmy]] fan fiction and ''tries to hold Sonic captive''.
20th Nov '16 1:14:15 AM Yeow95
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* Music/{{Selena}} was fatally shot in the back by Yolanda Saldívar, an assistant who was also the manager of her fanclub.
19th Nov '16 1:28:38 PM WanderingBrowser
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** Although not used often, it's a RecurringGag that Patty and Selma are this for ''Series/MacGyver''. Some of the more prominent examples include:
*** Beating up [[WesternAnimation/TheCritic Jay Sherman]], stripping him down to his underpants and [[Wedgie}} hanging him by said underpants from the gutter of the roof]] for claiming that Richard Dean Anderson is gay.

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** Although not used often, it's a RecurringGag RunningGag that Patty and Selma are this for ''Series/MacGyver''. Some of the more prominent examples include:
*** Beating up [[WesternAnimation/TheCritic Jay Sherman]], stripping him down to his underpants and [[Wedgie}} [[{{Wedgie}} hanging him by said underpants from the gutter of the roof]] for claiming that Richard Dean Anderson is gay.



*** Upon meeting Richard Dean Anderson, they harass him incessantly, talking about how much they loved Macgyver but hated ''Series/StargateSG1'', until he snaps and confesses that he ''hated'' working on Macgyver and only did it for the money. They respond by kidnapping him and tying him to a chair, though this ends up a case of GoneHorriblyRight for them.

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*** Upon meeting Richard Dean Anderson, Anderson in "Kiss, Kiss, Bang, Bangalore", they harass him incessantly, talking about how much they loved Macgyver but hated ''Series/StargateSG1'', until he snaps and confesses that he ''hated'' working on Macgyver and only did it for the money. They respond by kidnapping him and tying him to a chair, though this ends up a case of GoneHorriblyRight for them.
19th Nov '16 1:25:04 PM WanderingBrowser
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** Although not used often, it's a RecurringGag that Patty and Selma are this for ''Series/MacGyver''. Some of the more prominent examples include:
*** Beating up [[WesternAnimation/TheCritic Jay Sherman]], stripping him down to his underpants and [[Wedgie}} hanging him by said underpants from the gutter of the roof]] for claiming that Richard Dean Anderson is gay.
*** Selma, who at the time was passionately in love with Sideshow Bob, almost declaring the wedding is off because he hates Macgyver.
*** Upon meeting Richard Dean Anderson, they harass him incessantly, talking about how much they loved Macgyver but hated ''Series/StargateSG1'', until he snaps and confesses that he ''hated'' working on Macgyver and only did it for the money. They respond by kidnapping him and tying him to a chair, though this ends up a case of GoneHorriblyRight for them.
11th Oct '16 6:36:44 AM rafi
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'':
** Melody Juniper in episode "Flaming Moe".
--->'''Melody:''' ''[to Bart]'' I can't believe I'm playing video games with Bart Simpson. I sketched you so many times in my dream journal.
** There's also the Loony Fan of Homer's in the episode where he [[ItMakesSenseInContext becomes an opera singer]]. She [[WoundedGazelleGambit threatens to tell the police that Homer attacked her]] [[StalkerWithACrush unless he sleeps with her]], then when Homer point-blank rejects her, [[IfICantHaveYou she turns flat-out]] {{Yandere}}.
* Played for laughs in an early episode of ''WesternAnimation/HiHiPuffyAmiYumi'', "Dis-Harmony", where Ami and Yumi find themselves being followed everywhere (and we do mean ''[[TheCatCameBack everywhere]]'') by a crazy fangirl named Harmony, who would constantly remind them "I'm your #1 fan!"
* Fan Boy of ''WesternAnimation/{{Freakazoid}}'' is another example played for laughs.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'':
** Melody Juniper in episode "Flaming Moe".
--->'''Melody:''' ''[to Bart]'' I can't believe I'm playing video games
''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog'' has Sonette, who, along with Bart Simpson. I sketched you so many times in my dream journal.
** There's
changing her name, has snuck into Sonic's room while he was sleeping and stolen merchandise from him. She also is frequently seen with a piece of Sonic's chewed gum in her mouth. [[note]]Sonic had earlier claimed that he doesn't chew gum, which leads to speculation on whose gum that really is.[[/note]]
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Archer}}'' has Ruth Anne Litzenberger as his stalker when he was a sought-after Lacrosse player. Just before she was about to seduce him, she shoots Archer and jumps out
the window.
* ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'':
** "[[FanNickname Foamy]]", who appears ''[[OneSceneWonder twice]]'', is one of these. His only distinguishing characteristic is how he foams at the mouth and collapses on the ground whenever Aang is nearby.
** Zuko also seems to have his own in "Nightmares and Daydreams"; she has to be carted off by his guards.
* Chessie the Autograph Hound will go through any lengths to get the autographs of WesternAnimation/TheCattanoogaCats.
* Being a
Loony Fan of Homer's in the on ''WesternAnimation/CelebrityDeathmatch'' is dangerous. In an episode where he [[ItMakesSenseInContext becomes an opera singer]]. She [[WoundedGazelleGambit threatens Creator/LucyLawless appeared as a guest commentator, several loony teenage fans came to tell the police that Homer attacked her]] [[StalkerWithACrush unless he sleeps with her]], then when Homer point-blank rejects her, [[IfICantHaveYou she turns flat-out]] {{Yandere}}.
* Played for laughs in
arena, including an early episode of ''WesternAnimation/HiHiPuffyAmiYumi'', "Dis-Harmony", where Ami and Yumi find themselves being followed everywhere (and we do mean ''[[TheCatCameBack everywhere]]'') by a crazy overeager fangirl named Harmony, dressed like the ones in Comic Con who would constantly remind them "I'm your #1 fan!"
* Fan Boy
got into the announcing booth; she was quickly catapulted out of ''WesternAnimation/{{Freakazoid}}'' is another example played it with a device installed just for laughs.that purpose, impaling the popcorn guy as she landed. Later, during the Music/{{TLC}} / Music/DixieChicks match, the same fangirl excitedly volunteered when Lucy asked for help to decide which team got to choose ring theme; the decision was made by the two groups grabbing the poor fangirl by the arms and legs, then pulling until she was torn in half, then measuring the two pieces.



* Being a Loony Fan on ''WesternAnimation/CelebrityDeathmatch'' is dangerous. In an episode where Creator/LucyLawless appeared as a guest commentator, several loony teenage fans came to the arena, including an overeager fangirl dressed like the ones in Comic Con who got into the announcing booth; she was quickly catapulted out of it with a device installed just for that purpose, impaling the popcorn guy as she landed. Later, during the Music/{{TLC}} / Music/DixieChicks match, the same fangirl excitedly volunteered when Lucy asked for help to decide which team got to choose ring theme; the decision was made by the two groups grabbing the poor fangirl by the arms and legs, then pulling until she was torn in half, then measuring the two pieces.
* ''WesternAnimation/SamAndMaxFreelancePolice'': Lorne, the "Friend for Life" (complete with his own musical jingle) who won't leave Sam and Max alone. This gets comes to a [[FunnyAneurysmMoment darker in retrospect]] head in "Fools Die on Friday", where Lorne highjacks a Swedish blimp and tries to crash into New York City in order to attract Sam and Max' attention.

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* Being a Loony Fan on ''WesternAnimation/CelebrityDeathmatch'' Boy of ''WesternAnimation/{{Freakazoid}}'' is dangerous. In an another example played for laughs.
* Parodied in the ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}''
episode where Creator/LucyLawless appeared as a guest commentator, several loony teenage fans came to "That's Lobstertainment", when Bender becomes the arena, including an overeager fangirl dressed like the ones ''official'' stalker to robot actor Calculon. He does it again in Comic Con who got into the announcing booth; she was quickly catapulted out of it ''The Beast with a device installed just for that purpose, impaling Billion Backs''. Calculon asks outright if Bender's going to kill him, and Bender states that's not likely since in his mind they're friends. In the popcorn guy as she landed. Later, during the Music/{{TLC}} / Music/DixieChicks match, the same fangirl excitedly volunteered when Lucy asked for help to decide which team got to choose ring theme; the decision was made by the two groups grabbing the poor fangirl by the arms and legs, then pulling until she was torn in half, then measuring the two pieces.
* ''WesternAnimation/SamAndMaxFreelancePolice'': Lorne, the "Friend for Life" (complete with his own musical jingle) who won't leave Sam and Max alone. This gets comes to a [[FunnyAneurysmMoment darker in retrospect]] head in "Fools Die on Friday", where Lorne highjacks a Swedish blimp and tries to crash
comic version, he [[SuspiciouslySpecificDenial specifically denies having broken into New York City in order to attract Sam Calculon's house at night and Max' attention.transfused their oils so they'd always be together]].



* ''WesternAnimation/TotalDrama'':
** Sierra claims she knows everything about the cast, "Your hopes, your fears, '''your dental records!'''"
** Also, Kelsey, a fan contacted via webcam in ''Action'', who has made a life-size Trent doll, which she kisses, and wrote him a love poem in which she apparently plans to murder and taxidermy him.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TotalDrama'':
** Sierra claims she knows everything about
Sebastian in the cast, "Your hopes, ''WesternAnimation/GeneratorRex'' episode "Rock My World". Attempts to force his favourite band back to its original roots and, when that fails, tries to kill them.
* Played for laughs in an early episode of ''WesternAnimation/HiHiPuffyAmiYumi'', "Dis-Harmony", where Ami and Yumi find themselves being followed everywhere (and we do mean ''[[TheCatCameBack everywhere]]'') by a crazy fangirl named Harmony, who would constantly remind them "I'm
your fears, '''your dental records!'''"
** Also, Kelsey,
#1 fan!"
* ''Westernanimation/{{Jem}}'' had a dark example in an episode where the protagonist puts some serious effort into finding Ba Nee's missing father. The Loony Fan in question was one of the three men that fit the profile (a red-haired man of a certain age who was a veteran) who was
a fan contacted via webcam of Jem and a gambling addict. He was definitely ''not'' Ba Nee's father, but learning his idol was looking for such a man caused him to shift to a {{Yandere}}-type, kidnapping Ba Nee with blackmail on his mind. (Eventually resulting in ''Action'', who another of the three suspects - her ''actual'' father - showing up with PapaWolf intentions; it ended badly for said Loony Fan.)
* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/JimmyTwoShoes'' had a bunch of [[PandaingToTheAudience pandas]] becoming these to Heloise.
* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/KaBlam'' had to do with a fan visiting the set of the show, and constantly annoying Henry and June due to his huge obsession with them. He even wears Henry's outfit, June's sweatshirt, and even
has made a life-size Trent doll, which she kisses, and wrote his hair blue dyed to match June's (either that or it's natural). June constantly refers to him a love poem in which she apparently plans to murder and taxidermy as "Weird Ryan from school", meaning the duo already knew him.



* ''WesternAnimation/WordGirl'' takes a spin on it: Glen emulates Dr. Two-Brains, completely fulfilling the trope in that he eventually tries to replace him... except that Two-Brains happens to be a villain himself.
* While most Decepticons are out for power, love fighting, or are just plain psycho or sadistic, Lugnut in ''WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated'' follows Megatron because he completely idealizes him. His constant praise annoys even Megatron, who in one memorable scene actually gets a robot version of a TwitchyEye because Lugnut won't stop talking about how glorious he is instead of actually going outside and doing his job.

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* ''WesternAnimation/WordGirl'' takes a spin on it: Glen emulates Dr. Two-Brains, completely fulfilling the trope Rainbow Dash in that he eventually tries to replace him... except that Two-Brains happens to be a villain himself.
* While most Decepticons are out for power, love fighting, or are just plain psycho or sadistic, Lugnut in ''WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated''
fourth season episode of ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' follows Megatron because he completely idealizes him. His constant praise annoys even Megatron, who in one memorable scene actually gets a robot version of a TwitchyEye because Lugnut won't stop talking about how glorious he around [[spoiler:Daring Do/A.K. Yearling]], babbling constantly while the latter is instead of actually going outside trying to maintain a low profile and doing his job.prevent a disaster, despite it being made quite clear that her assistance and attention are very much not wanted. The saner members of the group try to get her to leave her idol alone, but she just flies off and continues stalking her hero.



* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/KaBlam'' had to do with a fan visiting the set of the show, and constantly annoying Henry and June due to his huge obsession with them. He even wears Henry's outfit, June's sweatshirt, and even has his hair blue dyed to match June's (either that or it's natural). June constantly refers to him as "Weird Ryan from school", meaning the duo already knew him.

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* An Katrina Rad in ''WesternAnimation/TheProblemSolverz'' episode "Magic Clock". She follows the group around everywhere so she can write a blog entry about them, but she's ''really'' [[{{Yandere}} crazy]] about Roba.
* One
episode of ''WesternAnimation/KaBlam'' had ''WesternAnimation/RobotChicken'' has a sketch in which "Hannah Montana" gives an autograph to do a crazed fan who then shoots her dead.
* ''WesternAnimation/SamAndMaxFreelancePolice'': Lorne, the "Friend for Life" (complete
with his own musical jingle) who won't leave Sam and Max alone. This gets comes to a [[FunnyAneurysmMoment darker in retrospect]] head in "Fools Die on Friday", where Lorne highjacks a Swedish blimp and tries to crash into New York City in order to attract Sam and Max' attention.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'':
** Melody Juniper in episode "Flaming Moe".
--->'''Melody:''' ''[to Bart]'' I can't believe I'm playing video games with Bart Simpson. I sketched you so many times in my dream journal.
** There's also Julia,
a fan visiting of Homer's in the set of episode where he [[ItMakesSenseInContext becomes an opera singer]]. She [[WoundedGazelleGambit threatens to tell the show, and constantly annoying Henry and June due to his huge obsession police that Homer attacked her]] [[StalkerWithACrush unless he sleeps with them. He even wears Henry's outfit, June's sweatshirt, and even has his hair blue dyed to match June's (either that or it's natural). June constantly refers to him as "Weird Ryan from school", meaning the duo already knew him.her]], then when Homer point-blank rejects her, [[IfICantHaveYou she turns flat-out]] {{Yandere}}.



* ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'':
** "[[FanNickname Foamy]]", who appears ''[[OneSceneWonder twice]]'', is one of these. His only distinguishing characteristic is how he foams at the mouth and collapses on the ground whenever Aang is nearby.
** Zuko also seems to have his own in "Nightmares and Daydreams"; she has to be carted off by his guards.
* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/JimmyTwoShoes'' had a bunch of [[PandaingToTheAudience pandas]] becoming these to Heloise.
* One episode of ''WesternAnimation/RobotChicken'' has a sketch in which "Hannah Montana" gives an autograph to a crazed fan who then shoots her dead.
* ''Westernanimation/{{Jem}}'' had a dark example in an episode where the protagonist puts some serious effort into finding Ba Nee's missing father. The Loony Fan in question was one of the three men that fit the profile (a red-haired man of a certain age who was a veteran) who was a fan of Jem and a gambling addict. He was definitely ''not'' Ba Nee's father, but learning his idol was looking for such a man caused him to shift to a {{Yandere}}-type, kidnapping Ba Nee with blackmail on his mind. (Eventually resulting in another of the three suspects - her ''actual'' father - showing up with PapaWolf intentions; it ended badly for said Loony Fan.)
* Parodied in the ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' episode "That's Lobstertainment", when Bender becomes the ''official'' stalker to robot actor Calculon. He does it again in ''The Beast with a Billion Backs''. Calculon asks outright if Bender's going to kill him, and Bender states that's not likely since in his mind they're friends. In the comic version, he [[SuspiciouslySpecificDenial specifically denies having broken into Calculon's house at night and transfused their oils so they'd always be together]].
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Archer}}'' has Ruth Anne Litzenberger as his stalker when he was a sought-after Lacrosse player. Just before she was about to seduce him, she shoots Archer and jumps out the window.
* Katrina Rad in ''WesternAnimation/TheProblemSolverz'' episode "Magic Clock". She follows the group around everywhere so she can write a blog entry about them, but she's ''really'' [[{{Yandere}} crazy]] about Roba.
* ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog'' has Sonette, who, along with changing her name, has snuck into Sonic's room while he was sleeping and stolen merchandise from him. She also is frequently seen with a piece of Sonic's chewed gum in her mouth. [[note]]Sonic had earlier claimed that he doesn't chew gum, which leads to speculation on whose gum that really is.[[/note]]
* Chessie the Autograph Hound will go through any lengths to get the autographs of WesternAnimation/TheCattanoogaCats.

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* ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'':
** "[[FanNickname Foamy]]", who
Ronaldo from ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' appears ''[[OneSceneWonder twice]]'', is one of these. His only distinguishing characteristic is how he foams at the mouth and collapses on the ground whenever Aang is nearby.
** Zuko also seems
to have his own in "Nightmares and Daydreams"; she has to be carted off by his guards.
* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/JimmyTwoShoes'' had a bunch of [[PandaingToTheAudience pandas]] becoming these to Heloise.
* One episode of ''WesternAnimation/RobotChicken'' has a sketch in which "Hannah Montana" gives an autograph to a crazed fan who then shoots her dead.
* ''Westernanimation/{{Jem}}'' had a dark example in an episode where the protagonist puts some serious effort into finding Ba Nee's missing father. The Loony Fan in question was one of the three men that fit the profile (a red-haired man of a certain age who was a veteran) who was a fan of Jem and a gambling addict. He was definitely ''not'' Ba Nee's father, but learning his idol was looking for such a man caused him to shift to a {{Yandere}}-type, kidnapping Ba Nee with blackmail on his mind. (Eventually resulting in another of the three suspects - her ''actual'' father - showing up with PapaWolf intentions; it ended badly for said Loony Fan.)
* Parodied in the ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' episode "That's Lobstertainment", when Bender becomes the ''official'' stalker to robot actor Calculon. He does it again in ''The Beast with a Billion Backs''. Calculon asks outright
one, if Bender's going to kill him, and Bender states that's not likely since in his mind they're friends. In the comic version, he [[SuspiciouslySpecificDenial specifically denies having broken into Calculon's house at night and transfused their oils so they'd always be together]].
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Archer}}'' has Ruth Anne Litzenberger as his stalker when he was a sought-after Lacrosse player. Just before she was about to seduce him, she shoots Archer and jumps out the window.
* Katrina Rad in ''WesternAnimation/TheProblemSolverz'' episode "Magic Clock". She follows the group around everywhere so she can write a blog entry about them, but she's ''really'' [[{{Yandere}} crazy]] about Roba.
* ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog'' has Sonette, who, along with changing her name, has snuck into Sonic's room while he was sleeping and stolen merchandise
[[http://keepbeachcityweird.tumblr.com/post/117212434170/i-got-a-letter-today-but-for-some-reason-it this post]] from him. She also his CharacterBlog ''Keep Beach City Weird'' is frequently seen with a piece of Sonic's chewed gum in her mouth. [[note]]Sonic had earlier claimed that he doesn't chew gum, which leads to speculation on whose gum that really is.[[/note]]
* Chessie the Autograph Hound will go through
any lengths indication (saying they would "kill someone" for a chance to get the autographs of WesternAnimation/TheCattanoogaCats.meet Ronaldo).



* Sebastian in the ''WesternAnimation/GeneratorRex'' episode "Rock My World". Attempts to force his favourite band back to its original roots and, when that fails, tries to kill them.
* Ronaldo from ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' appears to have one, if [[http://keepbeachcityweird.tumblr.com/post/117212434170/i-got-a-letter-today-but-for-some-reason-it this post]] from his CharacterBlog ''Keep Beach City Weird'' is any indication (saying they would "kill someone" for a chance to meet Ronaldo).
* Rainbow Dash in a fourth season episode of ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' follows around [[spoiler:Daring Do/A.K. Yearling]], babbling constantly while the latter is trying to maintain a low profile and prevent a disaster, despite it being made quite clear that her assistance and attention are very much not wanted. The saner members of the group try to get her to leave her idol alone, but she just flies off and continues stalking her hero.

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* Sebastian in ''WesternAnimation/TotalDrama'':
** Sierra claims she knows everything about
the ''WesternAnimation/GeneratorRex'' episode "Rock My World". Attempts cast, "Your hopes, your fears, '''your dental records!'''"
** Also, Kelsey, a fan contacted via webcam in ''Action'', who has made a life-size Trent doll, which she kisses, and wrote him a love poem in which she apparently plans
to force murder and taxidermy him.
* While most Decepticons are out for power, love fighting, or are just plain psycho or sadistic, Lugnut in ''WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated'' follows Megatron because he completely idealizes him. His constant praise annoys even Megatron, who in one memorable scene actually gets a robot version of a TwitchyEye because Lugnut won't stop talking about how glorious he is instead of actually going outside and doing
his favourite band back to its original roots and, when job.
* ''WesternAnimation/WordGirl'' takes a spin on it: Glen emulates Dr. Two-Brains, completely fulfilling the trope in
that fails, he eventually tries to kill them.
* Ronaldo from ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' appears to have one, if [[http://keepbeachcityweird.tumblr.com/post/117212434170/i-got-a-letter-today-but-for-some-reason-it this post]] from his CharacterBlog ''Keep Beach City Weird'' is any indication (saying they would "kill someone" for a chance to meet Ronaldo).
* Rainbow Dash in a fourth season episode of ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' follows around [[spoiler:Daring Do/A.K. Yearling]], babbling constantly while the latter is trying to maintain a low profile and prevent a disaster, despite it being made quite clear
replace him... except that her assistance and attention are very much not wanted. The saner members of the group try Two-Brains happens to get her to leave her idol alone, but she just flies off and continues stalking her hero.be a villain himself.
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* ''Westernanimation/{{Jem}}'' had a dark example in an episode where the protagonist puts some serious effort into finding Ba Nee's missing father. The Loony Fan in question was one of the three men that fit the profile (a red-haired man of a certain age who was a veteran) who was a fan of Jem and a gambling addict. He was definitely ''not'' Ba Nee's father, but learning his idol was looking for such a man caused him to shift to a {{Yandere}}-type, kidnapping Ba Nee with blackmail on his mind. (Eventually resulting in another of the three suspects - her ''actual'' father - showing up with PapaWolf intentions; it ended badly for said Loony Fan.)
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