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* In ''Manga/MyHeroAcademia'', Stain is a huge fan on All Might. He attacks, maims and kills other heroes that he believes has corrupted the heroic ideal that All Might has set.
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* Isabelle of ''Webcomic/MenageA3'' is one of Zii (and to a lesser extent her rock band). She dresses and styles her hair exactly like Zii, wants to be called "Izz", and for some reason thinks Zii is way more rich and famous than she actually is. She also displays a lot of StalkerWithACrush tendencies, and one point admitted to Zii's face that IJustWantToBeYou (before quickly {{Verbal Backspac|e}}ing it to "be ''like'' you").
18th Sep '16 8:45:03 AM nombretomado
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* Mandy from ''Series/ICarly''. After appearing as a guest their web show, she followed Carly, Sam, and Freddie around constantly and even switched schools to be around them, which drove them crazy. Mandy eventually became obsessed with a band and seemingly moved onto to pestering them but a more recent episode showed she was back to obsessing over iCarly.
** Then there's Nora Dershlit, whose obsession with iCarly makes Mandy look ''sane'' by comparison. She kidnaps the iCarly crew and locks them in her basement under the delusion that they are her friends. She just gets even more AxCrazy from there...

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* Mandy from ''Series/ICarly''.''Series/ICarly'':
** Mandy.
After appearing as a guest their web show, she followed Carly, Sam, and Freddie around constantly and even switched schools to be around them, which drove them crazy. Mandy eventually became obsessed with a band and seemingly moved onto to pestering them but a more recent episode showed she was back to obsessing over iCarly.
** Then there's There's Nora Dershlit, whose obsession with iCarly makes Mandy look ''sane'' by comparison. She kidnaps the iCarly crew and locks them in her basement under the delusion that they are her friends. She just gets even more AxCrazy from there...



* ''TheAmandaShow'' had Penelope Taynt (played by Amanda, herself), a nerdy fangirl and webmistress of her own Amanda fan site (which actually exists!)

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* ''TheAmandaShow'' ''Series/TheAmandaShow'' had Penelope Taynt (played by Amanda, herself), a nerdy fangirl and webmistress of her own Amanda fan site (which actually exists!)
17th Sep '16 11:52:33 PM Dravencour
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* Edward Nygma of ''Film/BatmanForever'' was a big-time one of these for Bruce Wayne, but when Bruce turned down his offer to be a partner in his pet project (which his boss Stickley had shut down), his admiration turned to bitterness and downright loathing, turning him into the Riddler.
5th Aug '16 9:36:50 PM mariic
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28th Jul '16 12:46:48 PM Dravencour
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* Taken to [[DarkerAndEdgier dark extremes]] with Annie Wilkes of Creator/StephenKing's ''{{Literature/Misery}}''. Annie is Paul Sheldon's biggest fan, saving his life when he has a car wreck and nursing him to health. Unfortunately, things take a turn for the worse when Annie learns that Paul is killing off the heroine of her favorite series, Misery. [[AxCrazy Boy HOWDY]] do things take a turn for the worse.

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* Taken to [[DarkerAndEdgier dark extremes]] with Annie Wilkes of Creator/StephenKing's ''{{Literature/Misery}}''. Annie is Paul Sheldon's a former nurse and the biggest fan, saving fan of Paul Sheldon, who writes the Misery series. She saves his life when he has a car wreck and nursing nurses him to health. Unfortunately, things take a turn for the worse when Annie learns that Paul's latest novel gets released while Paul is killing off the heroine of in her favorite series, Misery. care, and Annie finds out that Misery has been killed off. Annie doesn't take this well. [[AxCrazy Boy HOWDY]] do things take a turn for the worse.AT ALL.]]
28th Jul '16 12:41:40 PM Dravencour
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* Taken to [[DarkerAndEdgier dark extremes]] with Annie Wilkes of Creator/StephenKing's ''{{Literature/Misery}}''. Though she's more like an AxCrazy fan.

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* Taken to [[DarkerAndEdgier dark extremes]] with Annie Wilkes of Creator/StephenKing's ''{{Literature/Misery}}''. Though she's more like an AxCrazy fan.Annie is Paul Sheldon's biggest fan, saving his life when he has a car wreck and nursing him to health. Unfortunately, things take a turn for the worse when Annie learns that Paul is killing off the heroine of her favorite series, Misery. [[AxCrazy Boy HOWDY]] do things take a turn for the worse.
22nd Jul '16 2:26:40 PM StFan
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* Being a deconstruction of the FightingSeries PlayedForLaughs, MutekiKanbanMusume: Deconstructs this trope with Akihiko, who despite being abused at his childhood , has become an adult NiceGuy who is everyoneís ButtMonkey. Akihiko deeply desires to be the like the Red Ranger (from the {{Sentai}} ShowWithinAShow Star Rangers) because he is always recognized for his efforts with a HundredPercentHeroismRating. Akihiko is so found of the Red Ranger that he copies his CatchPhrase ''Iíll pay them back several times over'' and uses it in situations that doesnít even make sense:
-->'''Akihiko:''' ''[[CannotTellFictionFromReality Just leave it to Star Ranger!]]''
-->'''Wakana:''' (Very confused) ''Star Ranger?''
-->'''Akihiko:''' ''That Toshiyuki, Iíll bring him back several times over.''
-->'''Wakana:''' ''No, just once is enough.''

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* Being a deconstruction of the FightingSeries PlayedForLaughs, MutekiKanbanMusume: ''Manga/MutekiKanbanMusume'': Deconstructs this trope with Akihiko, who despite being abused at his childhood , has become an adult NiceGuy who is everyoneís ButtMonkey. Akihiko deeply desires to be the like the Red Ranger (from the {{Sentai}} ShowWithinAShow Star Rangers) because he is always recognized for his efforts with a HundredPercentHeroismRating. Akihiko is so found of the Red Ranger that he copies his CatchPhrase ''Iíll pay them back several times over'' and uses it in situations that doesnít even make sense:
-->'''Akihiko:''' ''[[CannotTellFictionFromReality [[CannotTellFictionFromReality Just leave it to Star Ranger!]]''
-->'''Wakana:''' (Very confused) ''Star Ranger?''
-->'''Akihiko:''' ''That
Ranger!]]\\
'''Wakana:''' ''[very confused]'' Star Ranger?\\
'''Akihiko:''' That
Toshiyuki, Iíll I'll bring him back several times over.''
-->'''Wakana:''' ''No,
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'''Wakana:''' No,
just once is enough.''



* Jimmy "Mmy" from JhonenVasquez's ''Comicbook/JohnnyTheHomicidalManiac'', although he is considerably less insane than [[AxCrazy Nny]].

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* Jimmy "Mmy" from JhonenVasquez's ''Comicbook/JohnnyTheHomicidalManiac'', ''ComicBook/JohnnyTheHomicidalManiac'', although he is considerably less insane than [[AxCrazy Nny]].



* Jenny in ''Comicbook/ThePunisherMAX'' comes across as this. After seeing Frank shot by the women she is targeting she saves him and takes him to her apartment. The scenes between them invoke ''{{Literature/Misery}}'', and Frank feels a little like her prisoner, but Jenny does nothing to stop him and the reason he can't leave is his gunshot injuries, and he patiently listens as she describes what was done to her, and sympathy for what was done to him. Jenny then has two requests: his shirt and jacket so she can become The Punisher and kill the women who hurt her, and that he stay until she finishes it. Frank feels more and more like he's trapped, and that Jenny would stop him even if he could leave, before passing out and ending up handcuffed so Jenny can show him how to torture criminals.
* In ''Comicbook/GreenLanternCorps'', Iolande's brother Ragnar was so obsessed with the Corps he murdered every potential Lantern candidate in their sector so he would end up the best candidate for the position, including his brother Stentar and Soranik Natu's partner Myrrt. When Ragnar was finally exposed, captured, and set for execution, Soranik purposefully chose to reveal that Iolande would be the new Green Lantern of Sector 1417 right before Ragnar would be beheaded. To add to this KickTheSonOfABitch moment, Ragnar made an empty admission of guilt and repentance to show he "wasn't afraid" before his execution, thinking he ''still'' had a chance to be a Lantern. The look on his face when Soranik takes out the ring, then gives it to his sister, is satisfying.

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* Jenny in ''Comicbook/ThePunisherMAX'' ''ComicBook/ThePunisherMAX'' comes across as this. After seeing Frank shot by the women she is targeting she saves him and takes him to her apartment. The scenes between them invoke ''{{Literature/Misery}}'', and Frank feels a little like her prisoner, but Jenny does nothing to stop him and the reason he can't leave is his gunshot injuries, and he patiently listens as she describes what was done to her, and sympathy for what was done to him. Jenny then has two requests: his shirt and jacket so she can become The Punisher and kill the women who hurt her, and that he stay until she finishes it. Frank feels more and more like he's trapped, and that Jenny would stop him even if he could leave, before passing out and ending up handcuffed so Jenny can show him how to torture criminals.
* In ''Comicbook/GreenLanternCorps'', ''ComicBook/GreenLanternCorps'', Iolande's brother Ragnar was so obsessed with the Corps he murdered every potential Lantern candidate in their sector so he would end up the best candidate for the position, including his brother Stentar and Soranik Natu's partner Myrrt. When Ragnar was finally exposed, captured, and set for execution, Soranik purposefully chose to reveal that Iolande would be the new Green Lantern of Sector 1417 right before Ragnar would be beheaded. To add to this KickTheSonOfABitch moment, Ragnar made an empty admission of guilt and repentance to show he "wasn't afraid" before his execution, thinking he ''still'' had a chance to be a Lantern. The look on his face when Soranik takes out the ring, then gives it to his sister, is satisfying.



-->'''Carter:''' Dude, I totally know who you are... I worship you. Please don't kill me... I'm your biggest--
-->'''Freddy:''' Fan, I know. Lot of that going around. What kind of fucked up world is this, anyway?

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-->'''Carter:''' Dude, I totally know who you are... I worship you. Please don't kill me... I'm your biggest--
-->'''Freddy:'''
biggest--\\
'''Freddy:'''
Fan, I know. Lot of that going around. What kind of fucked up world is this, anyway?



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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles'', the villain Syndrome was once a young Loony Fan who wanted to be Mr. Incredible's sidekick, and his rejection was one of the factors that led him to become a villain, not an AscendedFanboy, as he so desperately wanted, but a GenreSavvy bad guy.
* Arguably the basis of the 1998 anime film ''Anime/PerfectBlue'' (unarguably, a LoonyFan does at least ''appear'' in the anime).

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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles'', ''WebVideo/StupidMarioBrothers'' has the villain Syndrome was once a young Loony Fan who wanted to be Mr. Incredible's sidekick, and his rejection was one of the factors that led him to become a villain, not an AscendedFanboy, Crazy-obsessed-stalker-who-makes-you-unable-to-sleep-at-night Fan, as he so desperately wanted, but a GenreSavvy bad guy.
* Arguably the basis of the 1998 anime film ''Anime/PerfectBlue'' (unarguably, a LoonyFan does at least ''appear'' in the anime).
evidenced by her "Let's Get Hammered" Mario T-Shirt.



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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles'', the villain Syndrome was once a young Loony Fan who wanted to be Mr. Incredible's sidekick, and his rejection was one of the factors that led him to become a villain, not an AscendedFanboy, as he so desperately wanted, but a GenreSavvy bad guy.
* Arguably the basis of the 1998 anime film ''Anime/PerfectBlue'' (unarguably, a Loony Fan does at least ''appear'' in the anime).
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* TheArrogantWorms have a song dedicated to this trope, reminding her of such things as how none of their songs are about her...except for ''this'' one. Which is ''all'' about her.

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* TheArrogantWorms Music/TheArrogantWorms have a song dedicated to this trope, reminding her of such things as how none of their songs are about her...her... except for ''this'' one. Which is ''all'' about her.



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* In ''CrisisCore'', Sephiroth has a devoted group of fans who know what shampoo and conditioner he uses and how much. One must assume that they know this either because they're going through his trash or breaking into his home on a regular basis.

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* In ''CrisisCore'', ''VideoGame/CrisisCore'', Sephiroth has a devoted group of fans who know what shampoo and conditioner he uses and how much. One must assume that they know this either because they're going through his trash or breaking into his home on a regular basis.



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* In ''WebAnimation/XRayAndVav'', we got Dragonface, a young kid who utterly idolizes our titular duo. So much so that they put a Fifty foot restraining order on him before Season 2 started. Which got pushed up to ''500'' feet in ''episode 2''.
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* WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic's Douchey [=McNitpick=], a "fan" that watched all his videos 37 times solely to find all of the Critic's mistakes and harshly call him out on them.
* StupidMarioBrothers had the Crazy-obsessed-stalker-who-makes-you-unable-to-sleep-at-night Fan, as evidenced by her "Let's Get Hammered" Mario T-Shirt.

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* WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic's Douchey [=McNitpick=], a "fan" that watched all his videos 37 times solely to find all of the Critic's mistakes and harshly call him out on them.
* StupidMarioBrothers had the Crazy-obsessed-stalker-who-makes-you-unable-to-sleep-at-night Fan, as evidenced
them. Ironically, both are played by her "Let's Get Hammered" Mario T-Shirt.Creator/DougWalker.



* In ''WebAnimation/XRayAndVav'', we got Dragonface, a young kid who utterly idolizes our titular duo. So much so that they put a Fifty foot restraining order on him before Season 2 started. Which got pushed up to ''500'' feet in ''episode 2''.



* '''Melody Juniper''' in ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' 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.

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* '''Melody Juniper''' ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'':
** Melody Juniper
in ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' episode "Flaming Moe."
-->'''Melody''': ''(to Bart)''
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.



* Played for laughs in an early episode of ''WesternAnimation/HiHiPuffyAmiYumi'', "Dis-Harmony", where Ami and Yumi found themselves being followed everywhere (and I do mean ''[[TheCatCameBack everywhere]]'') by a crazy fangirl named Harmony, who would constantly remind them "I'm your #1 fan!"

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* Played for laughs in an early episode of ''WesternAnimation/HiHiPuffyAmiYumi'', "Dis-Harmony", where Ami and Yumi found find themselves being followed everywhere (and I we do mean ''[[TheCatCameBack everywhere]]'') by a crazy fangirl named Harmony, who would constantly remind them "I'm your #1 fan!"



* ''WesternAnimation/TheCritic'' had one of these in a direct parody of ''{{Literature/Misery}}'' - she's eventually beaten [[spoiler: [[HoistByHisOwnPetard by one of her own collectibles]], which Jay triggered by clapping]].

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheCritic'' had has one of these in a direct parody of ''{{Literature/Misery}}'' - ''Literature/{{Misery}}'' -- she's eventually beaten [[spoiler: [[HoistByHisOwnPetard [[spoiler:[[HoistByHisOwnPetard by one of her own collectibles]], which Jay triggered by clapping]].



* Lorne, the "Friend for Life" (complete with his own musical jingle) who won't leave [[WesternAnimation/SamAndMaxFreelancePolice 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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* ''WesternAnimation/SamAndMaxFreelancePolice'': Lorne, the "Friend for Life" (complete with his own musical jingle) who won't leave [[WesternAnimation/SamAndMaxFreelancePolice Sam and Max]] alone.
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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.



* Sierra from ''WesternAnimation/TotalDrama''. She claims she knows everything about the cast, "Your hopes, your fears, '''your dental records!'''"

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* ''WesternAnimation/TotalDrama'':
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Sierra from ''WesternAnimation/TotalDrama''. She claims she knows everything about the cast, "Your hopes, your fears, '''your dental records!'''"



* WesternAnimation/KimPossible's cousin Joss admired Kim so much that she dressed completely in Kim's style, had numerous pictures of Kim plastered around her room, talked about nothing except for Kim, and even accidentally made Kim fail the mission by trying to copy her in the middle of action. In the end she learned not to admire Kim that much, [[BrokenAesop so she started admiring the sidekick Ron Stoppable instead.]]

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* WesternAnimation/KimPossible's ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'':
** Kim Possible's
cousin Joss admired admires Kim so much that she dressed dresses completely in Kim's style, had has numerous pictures of Kim plastered around her room, talked talks about nothing except for Kim, and even accidentally made makes Kim fail the mission by trying to copy her in the middle of action. In the end she learned learns not to admire Kim that much, [[BrokenAesop so she started starts admiring the sidekick Ron Stoppable instead.]]



* {{WesternAnimation/SpongeBob|SquarePants}} is like this toward famous jellyfish hunter Kevin the Sea Cucumber in the episode "I'm Your Biggest Fanatic," repeatedly invading his personal space until Kevin finally gives in to letting [=SpongeBob=] go jellyfish hunting with him and his friends. Kevin turns out to be an egotistical {{Jerkass}} who delights in humiliating [=SpongeBob=], only to have his ass handed to him when [=SpongeBob=] unexpectedly attracts the elusive King Jellyfish.

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* {{WesternAnimation/SpongeBob|SquarePants}} ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'':
** [=SpongeBob=]
is like this toward famous jellyfish hunter Kevin the Sea Cucumber in the episode "I'm Your Biggest Fanatic," repeatedly invading his personal space until Kevin finally gives in to letting [=SpongeBob=] go jellyfish hunting with him and his friends. Kevin turns out to be an egotistical {{Jerkass}} who delights in humiliating [=SpongeBob=], only to have his ass handed to him when [=SpongeBob=] unexpectedly attracts the elusive King Jellyfish.



-->'''Barnacle Boy:''' Holy sea cow, it's that Sponge-kid!
-->'''Mermaid Man:''' Quick lad, to the invisible boat mobile! Away!
* "[[FanNickname Foamy]]" from ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'', 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.

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-->'''Barnacle --->'''Barnacle Boy:''' Holy sea cow, it's that Sponge-kid!
-->'''Mermaid
Sponge-kid!\\
'''Mermaid
Man:''' Quick lad, to the invisible boat mobile! Away!
* ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'':
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"[[FanNickname Foamy]]" from ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'', 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. nearby.
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Zuko also seems to have his own in "Nightmares and Daydreams"; she has to be carted off by his guards.



* 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}}'' had 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.

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* Parodied in the ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' episode "That's Lobstertainment", when Bender becomes the ''official'' stalker to robot actor Calculon.
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Calculon. He does it again in ''The Beast With A 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.
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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}}'' had 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.



* Rainbow Dash in a fourth season episode of ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' follows around [[spoiler:Daring Do/A.K. Yearling]] babbling constantly while she's 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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* Rainbow Dash in a fourth season episode of ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' follows around [[spoiler:Daring Do/A.K. Yearling]] Yearling]], babbling constantly while she's the latter is trying to maintain a low profile and prevent a disaster 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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* Christina Grimmie, a prize winner on TV's "Series/TheVoice", was shot dead by one in 2016.

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* Christina Grimmie, Music/ChristinaGrimmie, a prize winner on TV's "Series/TheVoice", was shot dead by one in 2016.
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* The BigBad of ''Film/TheDeadPool'', Harlan Rook.
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