History SanitySlippage / LiveActionTV

31st May '18 12:18:20 PM MikeW
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** However, in a case of GoneHorriblyRight, the doctors refuse to let Alexis check herself out, arguing that someone going to such a huge degree just to quit a job shows they do have mental problems.

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** However, in a case of GoneHorriblyRight, the doctors refuse to let Alexis check herself out, arguing discovers that someone she's under a 72-hour hold before a doctor can even see her. Meaning that it's going to such be public that she spent the weekend in a huge degree just to quit a job shows they do have mental problems.ward which will affect her career.
31st May '18 12:09:39 PM MikeW
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* Subverted on ''Famous In Love'', actress Alexis gets her own reality TV show which is managed by Ida, mother to Alexis' friend Tangey. However, the show soon makes some bad moves that cost Alexis friends and threatens her acting career. Alexis seems to be slipping deeper into this as she's popping pills, cutting off her hair and videotaped in public playing the guitar and then arrested for breaking into a family's house. With her held at a psychiatric hospital, Ida reveals that Alexis' show has been cancelled and coldly leaves her. As soon as she's gone, Alexis sits up and, with, with friend Sloane, reveals she was faking this whole "breakdown" as the excuse to get the show canceled. The "drugs" were candy, the family whose house she "broke into" are friends of Sloane's and her "haircut" is a wig. At first thrown, Tangey is more happy Alexis is okay and congratulates her on this scheme.
** However, in a case of GoneHorriblyRight, the doctors refuse to let Alexis check herself out, arguing that someone going to such a huge degree just to quit a job shows they do have mental problems.
23rd Mar '18 3:24:32 PM gb00393
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** Season 4 shows Tyrion facing this as he suffers betrayal and humiliation in a KangarooCourt, feeling more powerless than he ever did and finding his father at his most unmerciful moreover. He finally snaps at his trial giving a bitter speech about his oppression as a dwarf and then upon being released by his brother, he pays a final visit to his father and murders him, after finding his lover Shae in his bed.
10th Mar '18 12:18:35 PM gb00393
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** It's implied Aerys Targaryen's raving madness increased with time, and Pycelle describes the young Aerys thusly. In the books, when Aerys was first crowned, he was pretty normal. He had a bit of a temper when roused to anger, but nothing that wasn't forgiven after he calmed down. It was only as time went on that his insanity got progressively worse. Even in the TV series, Pycelle describes how horrifying it was to see his friend gradually melt away before his eyes over the years, until there was nothing left of the man he knew. He was kept in check by his advisors for most of his reign but eventually grew paranoid and jealous of Lord Tywin (who, by all accounts, was a tremendously successful Hand of the King), in part due to Aerys's love for Tywin's cousin and wife, Joanna. The king went downhill after he was imprisoned by the rebellious lord of Duskendale for months.
--> '''Pycelle:''' Aerys Targaryen. Of all the thousand thousand maladies the gods visit on us, madness is the worst. He was a good man, such a charmer.
31st Jan '18 2:17:42 AM WillBGood
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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.

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** ''Film/Starcrash'' ''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.
26th Dec '17 5:04:58 PM ajbit26
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* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'': Several examples. Faith, portrayed as not the most stable of individuals to begin with, begins by trying to rape Xander to death and it goes downhill from there. After Tara's death Willow thinks nothing of killing her friends if they get in her way of vengeance, before deciding that destroying the world would be a MercyKill. Even Buffy herself is prone to this: the stress of each season finale seems to bring out the worst in her (such as trying to drive her friends away, fleeing from Sunnydale, thinking she can't let anyone close out of fear of getting hurt, then [[FromBadToWorse It Gets Worse]], oh boy [[DrivenToSuicide does]] it [[DestructiveRomance ever]] get [[TookALevelInJerkass worse.]] Happens to Whistler and Angel bluntly tells him that he believes that being separated from TheMultiverse and the Powers since the Seed was destroyed have made him crazy. And he may have a point.

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* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'': Several examples. Faith, portrayed as not the most stable of individuals to begin with, begins by trying to rape strangle Xander to death and it goes downhill from there. After Tara's death Willow thinks nothing of killing her friends if they get in her way of vengeance, before deciding that destroying the world would be a MercyKill. Even Buffy herself is prone to this: the stress of each season finale seems to bring out the worst in her (such as trying to drive her friends away, fleeing from Sunnydale, thinking she can't let anyone close out of fear of getting hurt, then [[FromBadToWorse It Gets Worse]], oh boy [[DrivenToSuicide does]] it [[DestructiveRomance ever]] get [[TookALevelInJerkass worse.]] Happens to Whistler and Angel bluntly tells him that he believes that being separated from TheMultiverse and the Powers since the Seed was destroyed have made him crazy. And he may have a point.
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.
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