History VillainousBreakdown / LiveActionTV

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* In Series/DareDevil2015, Wilson Fisk gets into this during his fight against Matt, considering him responsible for all of his plans going awry and his public image destroyed while giving him a NoHoldsBarredBeatdown.

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* In Series/DareDevil2015, ''Series/Daredevil2015'', Wilson Fisk gets into this during his fight against Matt, considering him responsible for all of his plans going awry and his public image destroyed while giving him a NoHoldsBarredBeatdown.



** The day started so well for Gul Dukat in the episode "Sacrifice of Angels": After months of work he finally destroyed the minefield in front of the wormhole, which allows him to recieve massive reinforcements that will turn the slow going war against the Federation and the Klingons into a very one-sided CurbStompBattle. [[spoiler:But then the wormhole opens and not a single of his ships comes out, the entire fleet apparently vanished from existence]] and his expression rightfully turns into a full blown BSOD. Then [[spoiler:his highly beloved daughter tells him she won't come with him when his remaining troops have to retreat and that she helped the saboteurs to stop his plans]]. Then [[spoiler:his second in command Damar shots her in the heart because she's a traitor]] and Dukat slips completely into insanity, oblivious of whats going on around him.
** To say nothing about "Waltz", when he freaks out and decides to destroy Bajor: "I'm so glad we had this time together, Benjamin. Because we won't be seeing each other for a while. I have unfinished business on Bajor! They thought I was their enemy! They don't know what it is to be my enemy, but they will! From this day forward, Bajor is dead. All of Bajor! And this time, even their Emissary won't be able to save them!" This was after spending the entire episode suffering from hallucinations of Weyoun, Damar and Major Kira taunting him and demanding that he kill Sisko, and periodically flipping out and shooting at people who were not, technically speaking, there.

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** The day started so well for Gul Dukat in the episode "Sacrifice "[[{{Recap/StarTrekDeepSpaceNineS06E06SacrificeOfAngels}} Sacrifice of Angels": Angels]]": After months of work he finally destroyed the minefield in front of the wormhole, which allows him to recieve massive reinforcements that will turn the slow going war against the Federation and the Klingons into a very one-sided CurbStompBattle. [[spoiler:But then the wormhole opens and not a single of his ships comes out, the entire fleet apparently vanished from existence]] and his expression rightfully turns into a full blown BSOD. Then [[spoiler:his highly beloved daughter tells him she won't come with him when his remaining troops have to retreat and that she helped the saboteurs to stop his plans]]. Then [[spoiler:his second in command Damar shots her in the heart because she's a traitor]] and Dukat slips completely into insanity, oblivious of whats going on around him.
** To say nothing about "Waltz", "[[{{Recap/StarTrekDeepSpaceNineS06E11Waltz}} Waltz]]", when he freaks out and decides to destroy Bajor: "I'm so glad we had this time together, Benjamin. Because we won't be seeing each other for a while. I have unfinished business on Bajor! They thought I was their enemy! They don't know what it is to be my enemy, but they will! From this day forward, Bajor is dead. All of Bajor! And this time, even their Emissary won't be able to save them!" This was after spending the entire episode suffering from hallucinations of Weyoun, Damar and Major Kira taunting him and demanding that he kill Sisko, and periodically flipping out and shooting at people who were not, technically speaking, there.



** In "The Drumhead," the ''Enterprise'' is host to a series of ever-more-paranoid hearings and trials searching for a saboteur or spy. The spearhead of these trials, a respected jurist who is the daughter of an even-more-respected jurist, is pushing for Starfleet-wide witch hunts, all looking for supposed traitors. When she calls Picard to the stand, he opens by quoting ''her father'', pointing out that these accusations without cause are destroying the Federation that she claims to love more assuredly than if there actually was a traitor. She ''begins ranting'', damning Picard for having the gall to quote her father, and displays her paranoia to such an extent that the head of Starfleet Intelligence, who had been there to observe, actually ''leaves the room''. When ''the guy whose job is to be paranoid'' thinks you are going too far, you know you've broken.

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** In "The Drumhead," " [[{{Recap/StarTrekTheNextGenerationS4E21TheDrumhead}} The Drumhead]]", the ''Enterprise'' is host to a series of ever-more-paranoid hearings and trials searching for a saboteur or spy. The spearhead of these trials, a respected jurist who is the daughter of an even-more-respected jurist, is pushing for Starfleet-wide witch hunts, all looking for supposed traitors. When she calls Picard to the stand, he opens by quoting ''her father'', pointing out that these accusations without cause are destroying the Federation that she claims to love more assuredly than if there actually was a traitor. She ''begins ranting'', damning Picard for having the gall to quote her father, and displays her paranoia to such an extent that the head of Starfleet Intelligence, who had been there to observe, actually ''leaves the room''. When ''the guy whose job is to be paranoid'' thinks you are going too far, you know you've broken.



** Khan Noonien Singh in "Space Seed", when the crew refuses to bow down to him even as he's slowly killing Captain Kirk in the decompression chamber, even prompting him to yell: ''"It's so USELESS!"'' to nobody in particular.
** Doctor Janice Lester in "Turnabout Intruder" grows increasingly unhinged and insane while in Kirk's body, her irrational behaviour causing the rest of the crew to be suspicious. By the time she returned back to her own body, she was sobbing hysterically and screaming about how she wanted Kirk dead.
** In "The Conscience of the King", actor Karidian's daughter Lenore [[spoiler: after revealing she had killed seven of the nine witnesses who knew her father as Kodos the Executioner]] ran out to the stage with a phraser, trying to kill Kirk, one of the witnesses. The mad glint in her eyes told us that she lost her mind. And when [[spoiler: she accidentally killed her father]], she broke down into tears and later on, she insistently believed that [[spoiler: her father was still alive and still performing]].
** General Trelane in "The Squire of Gothos" at first tries to pass himself off as AManOfWealthAndTaste; his true PsychopathicManchild colours to bleed through around the time that he starts [[HuntingTheMostDangerousGame hunting Captain Kirk for sport]], but when he's poised, ready for the kill, and his ''parents'' show-up to give him a stern lecture about interfering with primitive species (and presumably take him to his room), he starts whining like a particularly pathetic five year old.
** In "The Enemy Within", after Kirk is separated into two halves, one good and one evil, the evil one hits SanitySlippage after trying to rape a crewmember, then assaulting a member of security. When the good Kirk, along with Spock and [=McCoy=] realize what's going on and the good Kirk wants the evil one stopped unharmed, he hits a full breakdown, wrecking Kirk's room screaming "''I'M CAPTAIN KIRK!''"

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** Khan Noonien Singh in "Space Seed", "[[{{Recap/StarTrekS1E22SpaceSeed}} Space Seed]]", when the crew refuses to bow down to him even as he's slowly killing Captain Kirk in the decompression chamber, even prompting him to yell: ''"It's so USELESS!"'' to nobody in particular.
** Doctor Janice Lester in "Turnabout Intruder" "[[{{Recap/StarTrekS3E24TurnaboutIntruder}} Turnabout Intruder]]" grows increasingly unhinged and insane while in Kirk's body, her irrational behaviour causing the rest of the crew to be suspicious. By the time she returned back to her own body, she was sobbing hysterically and screaming about how she wanted Kirk dead.
** In "The "[[{{Recap/StarTrekS1E13TheConscienceOfTheKing}} The Conscience of the King", King]]", actor Karidian's daughter Lenore [[spoiler: after revealing she had killed seven of the nine witnesses who knew her father as Kodos the Executioner]] ran out to the stage with a phraser, trying to kill Kirk, one of the witnesses. The mad glint in her eyes told us that she lost her mind. And when [[spoiler: she accidentally killed her father]], she broke down into tears and later on, she insistently believed that [[spoiler: her father was still alive and still performing]].
** General Trelane in "The "[[{{Recap/StarTrekS1E17TheSquireOfGothos}} The Squire of Gothos" Gothos]]" at first tries to pass himself off as AManOfWealthAndTaste; his true PsychopathicManchild colours to bleed through around the time that he starts [[HuntingTheMostDangerousGame hunting Captain Kirk for sport]], but when he's poised, ready for the kill, and his ''parents'' show-up to give him a stern lecture about interfering with primitive species (and presumably take him to his room), he starts whining like a particularly pathetic five year old.
** In "The "[[{{Recap/StarTrekS1E5TheEnemyWithin}} The Enemy Within", Within]]", after Kirk is separated into two halves, one good and one evil, the evil one hits SanitySlippage after trying to rape a crewmember, then assaulting a member of security. When the good Kirk, along with Spock and [=McCoy=] realize what's going on and the good Kirk wants the evil one stopped unharmed, he hits a full breakdown, wrecking Kirk's room screaming "''I'M CAPTAIN KIRK!''"
27th Mar '17 1:22:29 AM AthenaBlue
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** Mavic Chen in "The Daleks' Master Plan" goes from a VillainWithGoodPublicity statesman, sinister in intention but able to pass as a decent politician, into a raging ObviouslyEvil maniac as the realisation that he was too incompetent to execute his plan and he can no longer prove his worth to the Daleks finally takes hold. Even the ''Daleks'' seem horrified by his behaviour.
** Tobias Vaughn in "The Invasion" goes from his usual cold and calculating personality to launching a raging freakout at an underling (and once, to the Doctor) in [[OnceAnEpisode every single episode of the story that he's in]].
** In the season 18 story "Warriors' Gate", the slaver leader Rorvik finds his spaceship trapped in a place between universes. Although Rorvik at first tries to deal with his situation in a rational and methodical manner, over the course of the story he gradually breaks down under stress. By the end of the story, Rorvik is ranting and raving, and he finally kills himself and his crew in a failed attempt to escape by creating a backblast with his ship's engines.

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** Mavic Chen in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS3E4TheDaleksMasterPlan "The Daleks' Master Plan" Plan"]] goes from a VillainWithGoodPublicity statesman, sinister in intention but able to pass as a decent politician, into a raging ObviouslyEvil maniac as the realisation that he was too incompetent to execute his plan and he can no longer prove his worth to the Daleks finally takes hold. Even the ''Daleks'' seem horrified by his behaviour.
** Tobias Vaughn in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS6E3TheInvasion "The Invasion" Invasion"]] goes from his usual cold and calculating personality to launching a raging freakout at an underling (and once, to the Doctor) in [[OnceAnEpisode every single episode of the story that he's in]].
** In The ending of [[Recap/DoctorWhoS15E4TheSunMakers "The Sun Makers"]] has the season 18 story Collector, upon realizing the revolution has finally caught up with him, reduced to a babbling wreck as he slowly (and literally) goes down the drain.
** Let us not forget Soldeed from [[Recap/DoctorWhoS17E5TheHornsOfNimon "The Horns of Nimon"]], who has probably the [[ChewingTheScenery hammiest]] breakdown of all:
--->'''Soldeed:''' My ''dreeeams'' of CON-QUEST!
** The Doctor intentionally annoys Skagra throughout [[Recap/DoctorWhoS17E6Shada "Shada"]] in the hope of causing this to happen. It works. The clincher is when Skagra ends up trapped inside his spaceship's prison by the Ship itself, which won't let him out until he accepts just how wonderful the Doctor is. Judging by [[AnythingButThat Skagra's reaction]], that may be a while...
** In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS18E5WarriorsGate
"Warriors' Gate", Gate"]], the slaver leader Rorvik finds his spaceship trapped in a place between universes. Although Rorvik at first tries to deal with his situation in a rational and methodical manner, over the course of the story he gradually breaks down under stress. By the end of the story, Rorvik is ranting and raving, and he finally kills himself and his crew in a failed attempt to escape by creating a backblast with his ship's engines.



** The Doctor intentionally annoys Skagra throughout "Shada" in the hope of causing this to happen. It works. The clincher is when Skagra ends up trapped inside his spaceship's prison by the Ship itself, which won't let him out until he accepts just how wonderful the Doctor is. Judging by [[AnythingButThat Skagra's reaction]], that may be a while...
** At the end of "The Last of the Time Lords", a combination of seeing his previously unstoppable universal domination plans crumble into nothing within the space of a few minutes and seeing his old enemy restored to full health (and turned into a glowing omnipotent being at that) is enough to reduce the Master, previously a MagnificentBastard to rival any, into a hysterical wreck:
--->'''The Master''': You can't do this. You can't do this! '''IT'S NOT FAIR'''!
** The ending of "The Sun Makers" has the Collector, upon realizing the revolution has finally caught up with him, reduced to a babbling wreck as he slowly (and literally) goes down the drain.



---> EMPEROR: I will not die. I cannot die!
** And then there's Soldeed, who has probably the [[ChewingTheScenery hammiest]] breakdown of all:
--->'''Soldeed''': My ''dreeeams'' of CON-QUEST!
** [[InsufferableGenius Luke Rattigan]], teen genius and futurist visionary, has been working with the Sontarans to conquer Earth in exchange for giving him the technology to found a new colony elsewhere. The successive shocks of discovering the Sontarans had been using him as a puppet the whole time, were going to kill him and his hand-picked followers anyway, then having these same "followers" walk away in disgust ''while he holds them at gunpoint'' reduces him to a sobbing wreck.
** Davros, after the Reality Bomb is disabled and the Dalek fleet is set to destroy itself near the end of "Journey's End", has one of the best breakdowns in the series.
---> '''Davros''': Never forget, Doctor, ''you'' did this! I name you, forever! YOU ARE THE DESTROYER OF WORLDS!!!
** Prisoner Zero from "The Eleventh Hour" has a CreepyMonotone version when The Doctor realizes he can get Amy to lock it into it's true form.
---> '''Prisoner Zero''': No! No!
** The Zygon Inversion has rouge zygon, Bonnie go through two of these. After she watches a message from the Osgood's taunting her about lying about the location of the Osgood Box, she smashes the laptop with the message on it in anger. Then she screams after learning there are TWO Osgood boxes.
** In "Hell Bent" its clear that Rassilon, Lord President of the Time Lords, has let his ego and his pride go to his head. He's furious when his own men defect and refuse to execute the Doctor.

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---> EMPEROR: I --->'''Dalek Emperor:''' [[AC:I will not die. I die! ''I cannot die!
die!'']]
** And then there's Soldeed, who has probably At the [[ChewingTheScenery hammiest]] breakdown end of all:
--->'''Soldeed''': My ''dreeeams''
[[Recap/DoctorWhoS29E13LastOfTheTimeLords "Last of CON-QUEST!
the Time Lords"]], a combination of seeing his previously unstoppable universal domination plans crumble into nothing within the space of a few minutes and seeing his old enemy restored to full health (and turned into a glowing omnipotent being at that) is enough to reduce the Master, previously a MagnificentBastard to rival any, into a hysterical wreck:
--->'''The Master:''' You can't do this. You can't do this! '''IT'S NOT FAIR'''!
** [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E5ThePoisonSky "The Poison Sky"]]: [[InsufferableGenius Luke Rattigan]], teen genius and futurist visionary, has been working with the Sontarans to conquer Earth in exchange for giving him the technology to found a new colony elsewhere. The successive shocks of discovering the Sontarans had been using him as a puppet the whole time, were going to kill him and his hand-picked followers anyway, then having these same "followers" walk away in disgust ''while he holds them at gunpoint'' reduces him to a sobbing wreck.
** Davros, after the Reality Bomb is disabled and the Dalek fleet is set to destroy itself near the end of [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E13JourneysEnd "Journey's End", End"]], has one of the best breakdowns in the series.
---> '''Davros''': --->'''Davros:''' Never forget, Doctor, ''you'' did this! I name you, forever! YOU ARE THE DESTROYER OF WORLDS!!!
** Prisoner Zero from [[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E1TheEleventhHour "The Eleventh Hour" Hour"]] has a CreepyMonotone version when The Doctor realizes he can get Amy to lock it into it's true form.
---> '''Prisoner Zero''': --->'''Prisoner Zero:''' No! No!
** The [[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E8TheZygonInversion "The Zygon Inversion Inversion"]] has rouge zygon, Bonnie Bonnie, the rebel Zygon leader, go through two of these. After she watches a message from the Osgood's Osgoods taunting her about lying about the location of the Osgood Box, she smashes the laptop with the message on it in anger. Then she screams after learning there are TWO Osgood boxes.
Boxes.
** In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E12HellBent "Hell Bent" its Bent"]], it's clear that Rassilon, Lord President of the Time Lords, has let his ego and his pride go to his head. He's furious when his own men defect and refuse to execute the Doctor.
21st Mar '17 2:45:46 AM Ryulong
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* ''Series/KamenRiderDenO'': Kai has a slow, series wide one. He gradually goes more and more insane as the series progresses as a result of sending Imagin into the past through himself, destroying his past selves. Being a Singularity Point like Ryotaro, this doesn't kill him, but it gradually tears away his mental state. Even his [[TheDragon Dragon]] points out he's getting worse. [[spoiler:Finally, he discovers that Sakari isn't the Junction Point as he believed, he completely loses it. He uses all his remaining memories to grant all his Imagin physical form and create the superpowerful Death Imagin, sending them on an all-out attack on Tokyo. He then proceeds to try and let loose a blast of temporal energy to erase the entire city from time, ''along with his army!'']]

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* ''Series/KamenRiderDenO'': Kai has a slow, series wide one. He gradually goes more and more insane as the series progresses as a result of sending Imagin into the past through himself, destroying his past selves. Being a Singularity Point like Ryotaro, this doesn't kill him, but it gradually tears away his mental state. Even his [[TheDragon Dragon]] points out he's getting worse. [[spoiler:Finally, he discovers that Sakari Sakurai isn't the Junction Point as he believed, he completely loses it. He uses all his remaining memories to grant all his Imagin physical form and create the superpowerful Death Imagin, sending them on an all-out attack on Tokyo. He then proceeds to try and let loose a blast of temporal energy to erase the entire city from time, ''along with his army!'']]
7th Mar '17 8:11:58 AM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': [[BastardBastard Ramsay Bolton]] spent almost the entire series gleefully indulging in some of the most horrific acts of violence that the series had ever seen, [[{{Sadist}} from sadistic torture, to rape, to hunting women for sport]]. He finally loses his cool when his wife who he had domestically abused and raped nightly has him chained up in a kennel and she finally releases his hounds, which he had starved for a week in hopes of feeding Jon Snow to them. His orders for them to back down start off defiant but become more panic-stricken as the seconds roll by. [[AssholeVictim His eventual]] [[DevouredByTheHorde begging does]] [[CruelAndUnusualDeath nothing to help]].

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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': ''Series/GameOfThrones'':
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[[BastardBastard Ramsay Bolton]] spent almost the entire series gleefully indulging in some of the most horrific acts of violence that the series had ever seen, [[{{Sadist}} from sadistic torture, to rape, to hunting women for sport]]. He finally loses his cool when his wife who he had domestically abused and raped nightly has him chained up in a kennel and she finally releases his hounds, which he had starved for a week in hopes of feeding Jon Snow to them. His orders for them to back down start off defiant but become more panic-stricken as the seconds roll by. [[AssholeVictim His eventual]] [[DevouredByTheHorde begging does]] [[CruelAndUnusualDeath nothing to help]].help]].
** Viserys begins showing greater and greater signs of this as he spends more time among the Dothraki. His breakdown reaches its climax when Khal Drogo presents him his "golden crown."
22nd Jan '17 2:16:44 PM eowynjedi
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* In the first ''Series/HoratioHornblower'' telefilm, all the lieutenants have been killed in a cutting-out expedition. The malicious (and senior) Midshipman Simpson tries to take command, but Hornblower says that Lieutenant Eccleston gave the responsibility to him, and their subordinates hesitate. Simpson soon realizes that he doesn't intimidate his underlings the way he could aboard his old ship and pitches a fit, foot-stamping and all, as he shrieks that he's senior officer. [[NiceJobFixingItVillain This convinces the others that they should definitely follow Hornblower instead]].
26th Dec '16 8:05:50 PM PaulA
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* ''Series/FlashGordon'': Ming gets this quite a bit in Sci-Fi's show. The best is the series finale, when [[spoiler:all of the heroes join forces to bring down Ming's regime once and for all. Aura opts to ally herself with her brother and betray her father at least, but still can't resist trying one last time to explain to him how she still loves him despite all he's done and begs him to just surrender. Ming looks moved and acts like he's about to stroke her face. Cue a few scenes later when Flash runs in to find Ming strangling Aura, muttering how he should have killed her as a baby. He then releases her and goes full nutty trying to chop Flash up with a sword.]]

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* ''Series/FlashGordon'': ''Series/{{Flash Gordon|2007}}'': Ming gets this quite a bit in Sci-Fi's show. The best is the series finale, when [[spoiler:all of the heroes join forces to bring down Ming's regime once and for all. Aura opts to ally herself with her brother and betray her father at least, but still can't resist trying one last time to explain to him how she still loves him despite all he's done and begs him to just surrender. Ming looks moved and acts like he's about to stroke her face. Cue a few scenes later when Flash runs in to find Ming strangling Aura, muttering how he should have killed her as a baby. He then releases her and goes full nutty trying to chop Flash up with a sword.]]
6th Dec '16 11:15:32 AM Ambaryerno
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** Scorpius suffered his own at the end of Season Three, when [[HeroicSacrifice Crais sacrificed himself to destroy Scorpius' commmand carrier]]. It involved a stunned and somewhat [[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanAtWorldsEnd Cutler Beckett-esque]] stroll through his exploding ship, wandering through hordes of evacuating Peacekeepers until he encountered John Crichton, wearily explained he had no plans for revenge, and vanished- until the next season.

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** Scorpius suffered his own at the end of Season Three, when [[HeroicSacrifice Crais sacrificed himself to destroy Scorpius' commmand carrier]]. It involved a stunned and somewhat [[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanAtWorldsEnd Cutler Beckett-esque]] stroll through his exploding ship, wandering through hordes of evacuating Peacekeepers until he encountered John Crichton, wearily explained he had no plans for revenge, and vanished- until vanished—until the next season.season. Notably, it's the only time ''in the entire series'' that we ever see Scorpius well and truly ''defeated''.
4th Dec '16 5:00:48 AM upupandaway42
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* Damian Darhk gets a subtle one in the LegendsOfTomorrow episode [[Recap/LegendsOfTomorrowS2E5Compromised "Compromised"]] after [[Comicbook/BlackCanary Sara]] hits him with a BreakingSpeech revealing his future - his ultimate defeat and the loss of his [[EvenEvilHasLovedOnes loved ones]]. His smug demeanor quickly breaks down, but unfortunatly for the Legends, he rallies quickly and decides to attempt to ScrewDestiny.

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* Damian Darhk gets a subtle one in the LegendsOfTomorrow ''Series/LegendsOfTomorrow'' episode [[Recap/LegendsOfTomorrowS2E5Compromised "Compromised"]] after [[Comicbook/BlackCanary Sara]] hits him with a BreakingSpeech revealing his future - his ultimate defeat and the loss of his [[EvenEvilHasLovedOnes loved ones]]. His smug demeanor quickly breaks down, but unfortunatly for the Legends, he rallies quickly and decides to attempt to ScrewDestiny.
2nd Dec '16 1:49:31 PM upupandaway42
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* Damian Darhk gets a subtle one in the LegendsOfTomorrow episode [[Recap/LegendsOfTomorrowS2E5Compromised "Compromised"]] after [[Comicbook/BlackCanary Sara]] hits him with a BreakingSpeech revealing his future - his ultimate defeat and the loss of his [[EvenEvilHasLovedOnes loved ones]]. His smug demeanor quickly breaks down, but unfortunatly for the Legends, he rallies quickly and decides to attempt to ScrewDestiny.
29th Oct '16 12:11:57 PM babyhenchy1
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': [[BastardBastard Ramsay Bolton]] spent almost the entire series gleefully indulging in some of the most horrific acts of violence that the series had ever seen, [[{{Sadist}} from sadistic torture, to rape, to hunting women for sport]]. He finally loses his cool when his wife who he had domestically abused and raped nightly has him chained up in a kennel and she finally releases his hounds, which he had starved for a week in hopes of feeding Jon Snow to them. His orders for them to back down start off defiant but become more panic-stricken as the seconds roll by. [[AssholeVictim His eventual]] [[DevouredByTheHorde begging does]] [[CruelAndUnusualDeath nothing to help]].
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