History SanitySlippage / LiveActionTV

9th Nov '17 4:08:40 AM MagiMecha
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** ''Film/Starcrash'' leads to Jonah and the Bots recreating the climatic fight scene with such craziness that Kinga and Max are forced to consider if this counts as breaking them.
5th Nov '17 11:07:33 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Series/HemlockGrove'': After Olivia contracts an anti-[[OurVampiresAreDifferent Upir]] virus, she slowly starts to lose her mind until she's actively hallucinating people who aren't there.
7th Oct '17 9:27:54 PM thespecialneedsgroup
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** Say what you will about [[BaseBreaker Captain Janeway]], but she's usually at her best when she's under pressure. The episodes "Year of Hell" and "Equinox," however, show us what she becomes when she's pushed past her limit, and the result is more than a little unsettling.
28th Sep '17 11:55:24 PM Lanes17B
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* In one [[Series/{{Chespirito}} hour-long]] version of the ''Series/ElChapulinColorado'' [[AppliedPhlebotinum volatile energy extract]] story, Raul "Chato" Padilla's character asks [[AbsentMindedProfessor Profesor Inventillo]] why did the walls and roof disappear from his house, to which Inventillo casually states that the extract causes any object that's been injected to fly away. The rest of the episode centers on Padilla as he becomes more and more unhinged, injecting more furniture in house and giddily laughing as his belongings fly off into the unknown.
30th Aug '17 4:54:12 PM nombretomado
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** Ramsay Bolton. Not that he was ever stable to begin with, but according to WordOfGod ''he is unable to process that he is losing'' from the moment where the Knights of the Vale arrived in "The Battle of the Bastards" as he is used to being in control and get his way every time. He remains confident that his cunning and tricks will get him out somehow. When his army is absolutely destroyed by the Vale knights, he waves it off as nothing saying he still has Winterfell and can withstand a siege, never mind that the Arryn forces outnumber him and are prepared to besiege him. When he is being beaten by Jon, he thinks he will be spared because of Stark honor, without realizing Jon spared him so Sansa, Jon's sister, could be the one to deal the final blow. Even when he is chained up inside the dogs kennel, he still thinks he will break out of this one for some reason until they are literally on top of him. This echoes the last days of AdolfHitler, who acted much the same way regarding failure.

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** Ramsay Bolton. Not that he was ever stable to begin with, but according to WordOfGod ''he is unable to process that he is losing'' from the moment where the Knights of the Vale arrived in "The Battle of the Bastards" as he is used to being in control and get his way every time. He remains confident that his cunning and tricks will get him out somehow. When his army is absolutely destroyed by the Vale knights, he waves it off as nothing saying he still has Winterfell and can withstand a siege, never mind that the Arryn forces outnumber him and are prepared to besiege him. When he is being beaten by Jon, he thinks he will be spared because of Stark honor, without realizing Jon spared him so Sansa, Jon's sister, could be the one to deal the final blow. Even when he is chained up inside the dogs kennel, he still thinks he will break out of this one for some reason until they are literally on top of him. This echoes the last days of AdolfHitler, UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler, who acted much the same way regarding failure.
18th Aug '17 8:49:21 PM AnotherEpicFail
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** Stark, when initially introduced, is not completely stable, but vastly exaggerating his madness to [[ObfuscatingInsanity confuse his jailors]]. By the third season, it looks as if [[{{Flanderisation}} the writers forgot this]], as he becomes floridly, and sometimes dangerously, psychotic. It's possible that his mental decline can be blamed on the trauma of [[spoiler:being executed by disintegration and having to create a new physical body for himself]], and then shortly afterwards [[spoiler:the death of his lover Zhaan]].

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** Stark, when initially introduced, is not completely stable, stable but vastly exaggerating his madness to [[ObfuscatingInsanity confuse his jailors]]. By the third season, it looks as if [[{{Flanderisation}} the writers forgot this]], as he becomes floridly, and sometimes dangerously, psychotic. It's possible that his mental decline can be blamed on the trauma of jailers]]. However, after [[spoiler:being executed by disintegration and having to create a new physical body for himself]], himself]] in the second season, Stark returns with a distinct tendency towards panicky meltdowns and then shortly afterwards [[spoiler:the death of screaming fits; season three only makes things worse when [[spoiler: his lover Zhaan]].Zhaan dies]], leaving him swinging wildly between near-catatonic despondency, psychotic rage, obsessive spells, and explosive paranoia - and that's when he isn't just twitching and mumbling to himself.
2nd Aug '17 4:32:54 PM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': Ramsay Bolton. Not that he was ever stable to begin with, but according to WordOfGod ''he is unable to process that he is losing'' from the moment where the Knights of the Vale arrived in "The Battle of the Bastards" as he is used to being in control and get his way every time. He remains confident that his cunning and tricks will get him out somehow. When his army is absolutely destroyed by the Vale knights, he waves it off as nothing saying he still has Winterfell and can withstand a siege, never mind that the Arryn forces outnumber him and are prepared to besiege him. When he is being beaten by Jon, he thinks he will be spared because of Stark honor, without realizing Jon spared him so Sansa, Jon's sister, could be the one to deal the final blow. Even when he is chained up inside the dogs kennel, he still thinks he will break out of this one for some reason until they are literally on top of him. This echoes the last days of AdolfHitler, who acted much the same way regarding failure.

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Ramsay Bolton. Not that he was ever stable to begin with, but according to WordOfGod ''he is unable to process that he is losing'' from the moment where the Knights of the Vale arrived in "The Battle of the Bastards" as he is used to being in control and get his way every time. He remains confident that his cunning and tricks will get him out somehow. When his army is absolutely destroyed by the Vale knights, he waves it off as nothing saying he still has Winterfell and can withstand a siege, never mind that the Arryn forces outnumber him and are prepared to besiege him. When he is being beaten by Jon, he thinks he will be spared because of Stark honor, without realizing Jon spared him so Sansa, Jon's sister, could be the one to deal the final blow. Even when he is chained up inside the dogs kennel, he still thinks he will break out of this one for some reason until they are literally on top of him. This echoes the last days of AdolfHitler, who acted much the same way regarding failure.failure.
** Cersei is much more calm, collected, and rational in the first season than she is in the second. Her loss of Jaime and Joffrey's increasingly out of control attitude, complemented by her father's suddenly dismissive attitude towards her don't seem to be doing well for her mental faculties. Her despair over her daughter Myrcella's impending ArrangedMarriage can't help, either. She comes within inches of poisoning Tommen during "Blackwater" when she thinks that Stannis is about to break down the door. In "The Lion and the Rose", she's outright screaming with rage at Tyrion, as she believes he poisoned Joffrey, and by Season 5 she's noticeably resorting to alcohol continuously, further worsening her condition. By the end of Season 6, she's clearly gone off the deep end. She not only blows up the Sept of Baelor and dozens of nobles within, including her uncle Kevan and three of the four Tyrells, but she doesn't care at all that Tommen kills himself in the aftermath. She still believes she can create a great dynasty with her children dead and surrounded by enemies. In the Season 7 premiere, Jaime actually calls her out on this last point.
--> '''Cersei:''' I understand whoever wins could launch a dynasty that lasts a thousand years.
--> '''Jaime:''' A dynasty for whom? Our children are dead. We're the last of us.
--> '''Cersei:''' A dynasty for us, then.
10th Jul '17 6:43:19 PM MagiMecha
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** The ''very next episode'', "[[Recap/StarTrekS2E24TheUltimateComputer The Ultimate Computer]]", when Richard Daystrom attempts to convince the M-5 Computer to stand down after it has killed numerous crewmen on various ships, the fact that his creation, and by extension him, has done this weighs so heavily on him that he snaps, first ranting about how his colleagues laughed at him and took his work to make their own careers, then snapping at Kirk and declaring the two of them invincible at how powerful its become. Spock is forced to Nerve Pinch him before he brings harm to Kirk.
16th Jun '17 11:11:04 AM nombretomado
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1st Jun '17 1:02:07 PM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': Ramsay Bolton. Not that he was ever stable to begin with, but according to WordOfGod ''he is unable to process that he is losing'' the moment where the Knights of the Vale arrived in "The Battle of the Bastards" as he is used to being in control and get his way every time. He remains confident that his cunning and tricks will get him out somehow. When his army is absolutely destroyed by the Vale knights, he waves it off as nothing saying he still has Winterfell and can withstand a siege, never mind that the Arryn forces outnumber him and are prepared to besiege him. When he is being beaten by Jon, he thinks he will be spared because of Stark honor, without realizing Jon spared him so Sansa, Jon's sister, could be the one to deal the final blow. Even when he is chained up inside the dogs kennel, he still thinks he will break out of this one for some reason until they are literally on top of him. This echoes the last days of AdolfHitler, who acted much the same way regarding failure.

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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': Ramsay Bolton. Not that he was ever stable to begin with, but according to WordOfGod ''he is unable to process that he is losing'' from the moment where the Knights of the Vale arrived in "The Battle of the Bastards" as he is used to being in control and get his way every time. He remains confident that his cunning and tricks will get him out somehow. When his army is absolutely destroyed by the Vale knights, he waves it off as nothing saying he still has Winterfell and can withstand a siege, never mind that the Arryn forces outnumber him and are prepared to besiege him. When he is being beaten by Jon, he thinks he will be spared because of Stark honor, without realizing Jon spared him so Sansa, Jon's sister, could be the one to deal the final blow. Even when he is chained up inside the dogs kennel, he still thinks he will break out of this one for some reason until they are literally on top of him. This echoes the last days of AdolfHitler, who acted much the same way regarding failure.
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