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6th Feb '16 10:57:40 PM nombretomado
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* Myra from ''FamilyMatters''. She secretly put a camera in Steve's glasses so she can see what he's doing at all times. * Mel from ''FlightOfTheConchords''. She could give Rose a run for her money. * In ''{{Frasier}}'', Niles's wife Maris reveals herself as one of these in addition to [[DomesticAbuser everything]] [[ManipulativeBitch else]]. During the couple's divorce proceedings, she has second thoughts and plies Niles with gifts and love letters asking him to reconcile. Niles rejects her, citing the fact that after she has manipulated him, cheated on him, and treated him like dirt under her feet for years, she had some gall to ask him to come back to her. She goes into a TranquilFury and then proceeds to unleash a team of lawyers upon Niles to screw him out of every cent he has by any means necessary, [[AmoralAttorney legal or not]], notifying him with a Valentine reading "Roses are Red / Violets are fickle / When I'm done with you / All you'll have left is this nickel."
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* Myra from ''FamilyMatters''.''Series/FamilyMatters''. She secretly put a camera in Steve's glasses so she can see what he's doing at all times. * Mel from ''FlightOfTheConchords''.''Series/FlightOfTheConchords''. She could give Rose a run for her money. * In ''{{Frasier}}'', ''Series/{{Frasier}}'', Niles's wife Maris reveals herself as one of these in addition to [[DomesticAbuser everything]] [[ManipulativeBitch else]]. During the couple's divorce proceedings, she has second thoughts and plies Niles with gifts and love letters asking him to reconcile. Niles rejects her, citing the fact that after she has manipulated him, cheated on him, and treated him like dirt under her feet for years, she had some gall to ask him to come back to her. She goes into a TranquilFury and then proceeds to unleash a team of lawyers upon Niles to screw him out of every cent he has by any means necessary, [[AmoralAttorney legal or not]], notifying him with a Valentine reading "Roses are Red / Violets are fickle / When I'm done with you / All you'll have left is this nickel."

* Zelena from "OnceUponATime" toward Rumplestilskin. [[spoiler: She locked in first in a cage in his own home and then in a cage in her basement while she had control over him with his dagger. During that time, she also forced him on a date. She only had his dagger because she brought him back from the dead by tricking his son Neal into sacrificing himself]].
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* Zelena from "OnceUponATime" ''Series/OnceUponATime'' toward Rumplestilskin. [[spoiler: She locked in first in a cage in his own home and then in a cage in her basement while she had control over him with his dagger. During that time, she also forced him on a date. She only had his dagger because she brought him back from the dead by tricking his son Neal into sacrificing himself]].
4th Feb '16 1:48:12 PM WriterGirl2015
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** Edward Nygma (The Riddler) develops SanitySlippage and a split personality disorder partially because Ms. Kringle didn't return his affections and killed her boyfriend when he found out how he treated her.
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** Edward Nygma (The Riddler) develops SanitySlippage and a split personality disorder partially because Ms. Kringle didn't return his affections and killed her boyfriend when he found out how he treated her. He ends up accidentally killing her while telling her that he killed her boyfriend "for" her.
29th Jan '16 1:17:05 AM Abracadabrantes
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* Fanny de Praslin, as she is portrayed in ''La Caméra explore le temps'' is this for her aloof husband Charles. However, her violence is only verbal (with threats of suicide here and there), and in the end, it is Charles who snaps and kills her.
27th Jan '16 11:38:19 PM Mjolnir13621
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**One particularly disturbing example has a teenage-ish girl who is this towards her ''father'', a lesser degree.
24th Jan '16 4:09:33 PM nombretomado
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* Crystal (SummerGlau) in ''TheUnit''.
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* Crystal (SummerGlau) (Creator/SummerGlau) in ''TheUnit''.''Series/TheUnit''.

* ''{{Victorious}}'': Trina in [[http://www.theslap.com/clips/109 an open letter to Kevin Richards]]. If Trina doesn't get what she wants, ''hide''.
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* ''{{Victorious}}'': ''Series/{{Victorious}}'': Trina in [[http://www.theslap.com/clips/109 an open letter to Kevin Richards]]. If Trina doesn't get what she wants, ''hide''.
1st Jan '16 10:52:29 PM nombretomado
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* [[HotForStudent Leslie]] turns into this after Billy dumps her on ''{{Soap}}''. * In ''SonsOfAnarchy'' ATF Agent Joshua Kohn follows Dr. Tara from Chicago to Charming and engages in increasingly disturbing StalkerWithACrush behavior culminating [[spoiler:in an attempted rape/abduction that ends with his death]].
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* [[HotForStudent Leslie]] turns into this after Billy dumps her on ''{{Soap}}''. ''Series/{{Soap}}''. * In ''SonsOfAnarchy'' ''Series/SonsOfAnarchy'' ATF Agent Joshua Kohn follows Dr. Tara from Chicago to Charming and engages in increasingly disturbing StalkerWithACrush behavior culminating [[spoiler:in an attempted rape/abduction that ends with his death]].
6th Dec '15 11:14:01 AM WriterGirl2015
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* ''Series/{{Gotham}}'' ** Barbara alternates between pining over Jim and wanting to hurt him for him choosing Leslie over her. ** Edward Nygma (The Riddler) develops SanitySlippage and a split personality disorder partially because Ms. Kringle didn't return his affections and killed her boyfriend when he found out how he treated her.
15th Oct '15 12:21:31 AM Bassball_Batman
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[[{{Yandere}} Click here to go back to * An episode of ''Series/TheAdventuresOfBriscoCountyJr'' has Brisco defending his friend from a murder charge, which gets pretty tricky when it turns out his friend was having an affair with the main page.]] victim's wife. It turns out [[spoiler:the victim's secretary was obviously in love with the friend, and when he turned her down in favor of the affair, she conspired with her boss, who had a terminal disease, to frame him for the man's murder. Once the whole scheme is revealed, she tries to shoot him in the middle of the courtroom]].

[[{{Yandere}} Click here to go back to * Wesley is one of the main page.]] most thoughtful and likable characters on ''Series/{{Angel}}'' -- except where Fred is concerned. His obsession with her in the final two seasons is downright scary. In the two-parter where Fred is [[spoiler:mysteriously dying]], Wes kills a man without hesitation, stabs one of his best friends, and gives us this mind-boggling yandere moment: -->'''Employee:''' I mean, the whole company can't be working Miss Burkle's case.\\ '''Wesley:''' Of course.\\ (Wesley pulls a gun out of his desk and SHOOTS THE EMPLOYEE IN THE KNEE.)\\ '''Wesley''': (to secretary) Jennifer, please send anyone else who isn't working Miss Burkle's case to me. ** Yes, it's terrible, but given the usual treatment of employees of [[OccultLawFirm Wolfram and Hart]].... *** At another point, someone whom Wesley is completely convinced is his father is using Angel as a hostage to ensure his escape, and Wesley is prepared to let him go. He then makes a threatening gesture towards Fred...and Wesley kills him without thought or hesitation. ** Another example from the same show is Connor, [[Theatre/OedipusRex Oedipus complex]] poster boy, who does more and more horrible things in season four out of love for [[spoiler:what he thinks is]] Cordelia.

* A female suspect in Series/{{Bones}} was instantly attracted to Booth, claiming that she felt a special connection between them. Despite stalking the victim in the episode, she was not the murderer and seemed harmless. However, when she spotted Booth paying more attention to Brennan than her, she took out a gun to [[MurderTheHypotenuse kill Brennan right then and there.]]
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* A female suspect in Series/{{Bones}} ''Series/{{Bones}}'' was instantly attracted to Booth, claiming that she felt a special connection between them. Despite stalking the victim in the episode, she was not the murderer and seemed harmless. However, when she spotted Booth paying more attention to Brennan than her, she took out a gun to [[MurderTheHypotenuse kill Brennan right then and there.]]there]].

** Normal Willow has definite Yandere tendencies. When Oz leaves her because an encounter with another werewolf makes him realise what a danger he could be in the 4th season, she almost performs a spell that would have made both him and the other woman miserable for the rest of their lives (she backs out at the last minute), and later is disappointed that she didn't bewitch him into staying with her. Later, when she and Tara have a fight, Willow ''wipes her memory'', and when [[spoiler:Tara is killed Willow flays Warren, her killer, alive, kills another man who had little to do with anything, is determined to kill two people who had little to do with what she wants them dead for, is perfectly willing to kill all her friends for getting in the way, and eventually decides to just kill off the entire world.]]
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** Normal Willow has definite Yandere tendencies. When Oz leaves her because an encounter with another werewolf makes him realise what a danger he could be in the 4th season, she almost performs a spell that would have made both him and the other woman miserable for the rest of their lives (she backs out at the last minute), and later is disappointed that she didn't bewitch him into staying with her. Later, when she and Tara have a fight, Willow ''wipes her memory'', and when [[spoiler:Tara is killed Willow flays Warren, her killer, alive, kills another man who had little to do with anything, is determined to kill two people who had little to do with what she wants them dead for, is perfectly willing to kill all her friends for getting in the way, and eventually decides to just kill off the entire world.]]world]].

* Wesley is one of the most thoughtful and likable characters on ''Series/{{Angel}}'' -- except where Fred is concerned. His obsession with her in the final two seasons is downright scary. In the two-parter where Fred is [[spoiler:mysteriously dying]], Wes kills a man without hesitation, stabs one of his best friends, and gives us this mind-boggling yandere moment: -->'''Employee:''' I mean, the whole company can't be working Miss Burkle's case.\\ '''Wesley:''' Of course.\\ (Wesley pulls a gun out of his desk and SHOOTS THE EMPLOYEE IN THE KNEE.)\\ '''Wesley''': (to secretary) Jennifer, please send anyone else who isn't working Miss Burkle's case to me. ** Yes, it's terrible, but given the usual treatment of employees of [[OccultLawFirm Wolfram and Hart]].... *** At another point, someone whom Wesley is completely convinced is his father is using Angel as a hostage to ensure his escape, and Wesley is prepared to let him go. He then makes a threatening gesture towards Fred...and Wesley kills him without thought or hesitation. ** Another example from the same show is Connor, [[Theatre/OedipusRex Oedipus complex]] poster boy, who does more and more horrible things in season four out of love for [[spoiler:what he thinks is]] Cordelia. * Series/SilentWitness has one in an episode who is obsessive over her [[{{Squick}} father/step-father]].

* Iris Crowe from ''Series/{{Carnivale}}''; okay, so maybe it doesn't take ''that'' much GenreSavvy to figure out that her ''brother'' isn't going to be Mr. Nice Minister forever, but surely she's just a sweet, devoted church lady? Okay, maybe [[BrotherSisterIncest a little too devoted]], but... still pretty harmless, yeah? I mean, right up until she's [[spoiler: burning down ''a church full of orphans'' to throw suspicion on the city councilors who wanted to shut down her brother's ministry.]]
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* Iris Crowe from ''Series/{{Carnivale}}''; okay, so maybe it doesn't take ''that'' much GenreSavvy to figure out that her ''brother'' isn't going to be Mr. Nice Minister forever, but surely she's just a sweet, devoted church lady? Okay, maybe [[BrotherSisterIncest a little too devoted]], but... still pretty harmless, yeah? I mean, right up until she's [[spoiler: burning down ''a church full of orphans'' to throw suspicion on the city councilors who wanted to shut down her brother's ministry.]]ministry]].

** The titular villain from the episode "Dream Sorcerer".
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** The titular villain from the episode "Dream Sorcerer".Sorcerer."

** The most prominent would be Maya Sharma or [[FanNickname "Mad Maya"]]. When in a relationship with Dev, she slowly started demonstrating hints of craziness such as kidnapping Tyrone's dog, tricking Dev into leaving a restaurant without paying and driving at a dangerous speed until he proposed to her. When he dumped her for Sunita, she first trashed his flat. Then she manipulated one of his ex-employees into suing him for sexual harassment. Then she went really crazy and married six illegal immigrants in Sunita's name and thus she was arrested on her wedding day to Dev and sent to prison for weeks. Maya eventually was found out but she pulled off one last elaborate Yandere scheme - rigging all of Dev's shops with explosives and setting fire to the last with him and Sunita tied up inside. All because Dev had left her for Sunita.
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** The most prominent would be Maya Sharma or [[FanNickname "Mad Maya"]]. "[[FanNickname Mad Maya]]." When in a relationship with Dev, she slowly started demonstrating hints of craziness such as kidnapping Tyrone's dog, tricking Dev into leaving a restaurant without paying and driving at a dangerous speed until he proposed to her. When he dumped her for Sunita, she first trashed his flat. Then she manipulated one of his ex-employees into suing him for sexual harassment. Then she went really crazy and married six illegal immigrants in Sunita's name and thus she was arrested on her wedding day to Dev and sent to prison for weeks. Maya eventually was found out but she pulled off one last elaborate Yandere scheme - rigging all of Dev's shops with explosives and setting fire to the last with him and Sunita tied up inside. All because Dev had left her for Sunita.

** Most recently would be Kirstie Soames, Tyrone Dobb's physically and mentally abusive partner. She is extremely possessive of Tyrone and fiercely jealous of his late wife Molly and his ex-girlfriend Fiz, frequently snapping at Tyrone for even talking with the latter. She gets worse as she becomes more violent with him, going so far as to threaten Fiz and rig a workplace accident so that [[{{Squick}} Fiz ends up sewing her finger while trying to fix the sewing machine.]] Later, Kirstie traps Tyrone in a relationship with her by leaving his name off of their newborn baby's birth certificate so that he can't take the baby and leave her when he finally has enough of her abuse.
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** Most recently would be Kirstie Soames, Tyrone Dobb's physically and mentally abusive partner. She is extremely possessive of Tyrone and fiercely jealous of his late wife Molly and his ex-girlfriend Fiz, frequently snapping at Tyrone for even talking with the latter. She gets worse as she becomes more violent with him, going so far as to threaten Fiz and rig a workplace accident so that [[{{Squick}} Fiz ends up sewing her finger while trying to fix the sewing machine.]] machine]]. Later, Kirstie traps Tyrone in a relationship with her by leaving his name off of their newborn baby's birth certificate so that he can't take the baby and leave her when he finally has enough of her abuse. abuse.

** Actually, more than 50% of the romantic antagonists in telenovelas count as yanderes to different degrees. More common in the "classical/pink school", where the most common stereotype is the "super classist/racist/bitchy/downright-monstrous!RichBitch who lusts after the male lead or is after his money/social prestige, then goes apeshit when TheIngenue female lead walks in and woos him for being [[GirlNextDoor 'so fresh and honest']], and conspires with (read: her croonies/the EvilMatriarch/all the rich or pretty people around) to get 'her man' back By All Means Necessary and [[BreakTheCutie break the]] TooDumbToLive girl by [[strike: stealing her baby]] making her life a living Hell ForTheEvulz".
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** Actually, more than 50% of the romantic antagonists in telenovelas count as yanderes to different degrees. More common in the "classical/pink school", where the most common stereotype is the "super classist/racist/bitchy/downright-monstrous!RichBitch who lusts after the male lead or is after his money/social prestige, then goes apeshit when TheIngenue female lead walks in and woos him for being [[GirlNextDoor 'so fresh and honest']], and conspires with (read: her croonies/the EvilMatriarch/all the rich or pretty people around) to get 'her man' back By All Means Necessary and [[BreakTheCutie break the]] TooDumbToLive girl by [[strike: stealing her baby]] making her life a living Hell ForTheEvulz".ForTheEvulz."

** [[spoiler:Orson's ex-wife who was believed to be dead]] in season 3. Her story arc first makes her out to be the victim of the situation [[spoiler:before it is revealed that she disappeared and re-appeared for the sole purpose of getting revenge on Orson for not returning her love... by drugging him up and raping him. Because she wants to have ''his'' baby.]] ** George, a pharmacist, lusted after Bree once she ended their affair together and became jealous of her husband Rex. So he [[spoiler:tampered with Rex's prescription drugs by replacing his heart medication with placebos.]] He also beats up and attempts to kill other people who look like they are trying to come in between him and Bree. He also drugged Bree at one point and was seriously considering taking advantage of her. He eventually proposed to Bree and pressured her into marrying him. After the engagement he became increasingly possessive of her, and increasingly violent. ** As of the 9th episode of season 6, Katherine has officially gone over into this. She started out jumping back and forth between being a WomanScorned resorting to usual desperate housewives antics, and a StalkerWithACrush resorting to tactics that suggested signs of instability (like ''scratching up Bree's car'') before finally [[spoiler: begging Mike to kill her, then stabbing herself.]] She got better. [[spoiler:Turns out she's much more sane in a lesbian relationship.]] * Lila from ''Series/{{Dexter}}''. She had Dexter [[spoiler: ambushed in a parking lot by a man who wanted to kill him because she thought it would bring them closer.]] When Dexter dumped her, she [[spoiler:obsessively tried to win him back with methods including arson and framing one of his friends for sexual assault]]. She also burned down her ex-boyfriend's house with him still inside. Said [[spoiler:arson methods weren't just used on Dexter - she put Rita's kids, essentially her competition, in serious danger as well]]. She makes Dexter, a [[SociopathicHero sociopathic]] ''SerialKiller'', look sane by comparison.
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** [[spoiler:Orson's ex-wife who was believed to be dead]] in season 3. Her story arc first makes her out to be the victim of the situation [[spoiler:before it is revealed that she disappeared and re-appeared for the sole purpose of getting revenge on Orson for not returning her love... by drugging him up and raping him. Because she wants to have ''his'' baby.]] baby]]. ** George, a pharmacist, lusted after Bree once she ended their affair together and became jealous of her husband Rex. So he [[spoiler:tampered with Rex's prescription drugs by replacing his heart medication with placebos.]] placebos]]. He also beats up and attempts to kill other people who look like they are trying to come in between him and Bree. He also drugged Bree at one point and was seriously considering taking advantage of her. He eventually proposed to Bree and pressured her into marrying him. After the engagement he became increasingly possessive of her, and increasingly violent. ** As of the 9th episode of season 6, Katherine has officially gone over into this. She started out jumping back and forth between being a WomanScorned resorting to usual desperate housewives antics, and a StalkerWithACrush resorting to tactics that suggested signs of instability (like ''scratching up Bree's car'') before finally [[spoiler: begging Mike to kill her, then stabbing herself.]] herself]]. She got better. [[spoiler:Turns out she's much more sane in a lesbian relationship.]] relationship]]. * Lila from ''Series/{{Dexter}}''. She had Dexter [[spoiler: ambushed in a parking lot by a man who wanted to kill him because she thought it would bring them closer.]] closer]]. When Dexter dumped her, she [[spoiler:obsessively tried to win him back with methods including arson and framing one of his friends for sexual assault]]. She also burned down her ex-boyfriend's house with him still inside. Said [[spoiler:arson methods weren't just used on Dexter - she put Rita's kids, essentially her competition, in serious danger as well]]. She makes Dexter, a [[SociopathicHero sociopathic]] ''SerialKiller'', look sane by comparison.comparison. * In ''Series/DoctorWho'', we have Missy, who [[TheMadHatter gleefully self-describes]] as "bananas." She also does her best to kill any woman who shows any form of interest in the Doctor, even platonically. At first, it's not clear where she met the Doctor, even though she refers to him as her "boyfriend", but everything falls into place when it's revealed she's [[spoiler:a female incarnation of the Master, bringing their truly incredible amounts of of FoeYay to a critical mass]]. -->'''Missy''': Oh, 'Clara, Clara, Clara'! You know, I should shoot you in a jealous rage. Now wouldn't that be sexy?

** [[spoiler:Orson's ex-wife who was believed to be dead]] in season 3. Her story arc first makes her out to be the victim of the situation [[spoiler:before it is revealed that she disappeared and re-appeared for the sole purpose of getting revenge on Orson for not returning her love... by drugging him up and raping him. Because she wants to have ''his'' baby.]] ** George, a pharmacist, lusted after Bree once she ended their affair together and became jealous of her husband Rex. So he [[spoiler:tampered with Rex's prescription drugs by replacing his heart medication with placebos.]] He also beats up and attempts to kill other people who look like they are trying to come in between him and Bree. He also drugged Bree at one point and was seriously considering taking advantage of her. He eventually proposed to Bree and pressured her into marrying him. After the engagement he became increasingly possessive of her, and increasingly violent. ** As of the 9th episode of season 6, Katherine has officially gone over into this. She started out jumping back and forth between being a WomanScorned resorting to usual desperate housewives antics, and a StalkerWithACrush resorting to tactics that suggested signs of instability (like ''scratching up Bree's car'') before finally [[spoiler: begging Mike to kill her, then stabbing herself.]] She got better. [[spoiler:Turns out she's much more sane in a lesbian relationship.]] * Lila Mel from ''Series/{{Dexter}}''. ''FlightOfTheConchords''. She had Dexter [[spoiler: ambushed in could give Rose a parking lot by a man who wanted to kill him because she thought it would bring them closer.]] When Dexter dumped her, she [[spoiler:obsessively tried to win him back with methods including arson and framing one of his friends run for sexual assault]]. She also burned down her ex-boyfriend's house with him still inside. Said [[spoiler:arson methods weren't just used on Dexter - she put Rita's kids, essentially her competition, in serious danger as well]]. She makes Dexter, a [[SociopathicHero sociopathic]] ''SerialKiller'', look sane by comparison.money.

** [[spoiler:Orson's ex-wife who was believed to be dead]] * Lysa Arryn in season 3. Her story arc first makes ''Series/GameOfThrones''. She's loved Petyr Baelish her out to be whole life and has always been jealous that he loved her sister more. Even after Lysa and Petyr get married, Lysa gets more than a little crazed at the victim thought of Petyr being involved with someone else, to the situation [[spoiler:before it is revealed point that she disappeared physically injures her own niece, who is fifteen years old and re-appeared for the sole purpose of getting revenge on Orson for not returning her love... by drugging him up and raping him. Because she wants has no interest in Petyr at all. ** Also Petyr Baelish to have ''his'' baby.]] ** George, a pharmacist, lusted after Bree once she ended their affair together and became jealous of Catelyn Stark. He [[spoiler: helps get her husband Rex. So he [[spoiler:tampered with Rex's prescription drugs by replacing his heart medication with placebos.]] He also beats up killed and attempts starts a war partially to kill other people who look like they are trying to come in between him and Bree. He also drugged Bree at one point and was seriously considering taking advantage of her. He eventually proposed to Bree and pressured her into marrying him. After the engagement he became increasingly possessive of get her, and increasingly violent. ** As despite her complete lack of the 9th episode of season 6, Katherine has officially gone over into this. She started out jumping back and forth between being a WomanScorned resorting to usual desperate housewives antics, and a StalkerWithACrush resorting to tactics that suggested signs of instability (like ''scratching up Bree's car'') before finally [[spoiler: begging Mike to kill her, interest in him]]. He then stabbing herself.]] She got better. [[spoiler:Turns out she's much more sane in a lesbian relationship.]] * Lila from ''Series/{{Dexter}}''. She had Dexter [[spoiler: ambushed in a parking lot by a man who wanted to kill him because she thought it would bring them closer.]] When Dexter dumped her, she [[spoiler:obsessively tried to win him back with methods including arson and framing one of his friends for sexual assault]]. She also burned down moves onto her ex-boyfriend's house with him still inside. Said [[spoiler:arson methods weren't just used on Dexter - she put Rita's kids, essentially her competition, in serious danger as well]]. She makes Dexter, a [[SociopathicHero sociopathic]] ''SerialKiller'', look sane by comparison.daughter, when he can't have her.

* In season 2 of ''Series/{{Hannibal}}'', [[StalkerWithACrush Hannibal Lecter]] serves as this to Will Graham. [[spoiler:After framing Will for his murders, Hannibal continues to visit Will at the psychiatric institution and involve himself in Will's trial.]] He's clearly obsessed with Will, talking about him endlessly with Jack, Bedelia, and Chilton. "Hassun" implies that his killings and machinations are depraved attempts to [[HoYay express love]] [[FoeYay for Will]].
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* In season 2 of ''Series/{{Hannibal}}'', [[StalkerWithACrush Hannibal Lecter]] serves as this to Will Graham. [[spoiler:After framing Will for his murders, Hannibal continues to visit Will at the psychiatric institution and involve himself in Will's trial.]] trial]]. He's clearly obsessed with Will, talking about him endlessly with Jack, Bedelia, and Chilton. "Hassun" implies that his killings and machinations are depraved attempts to [[HoYay express love]] [[FoeYay for Will]].

* Male Example: [[spoiler:Henry]] from ''Series/HarpersIsland''. I mean seriously, [[spoiler:marrying someone just to get your half-sister onto the island, conspiring with your real father (John Wakefield) to kill everyone apart from Abby, '''killing''' him so Abby can live, and making it seem as if she and you died so you can start over?]] That is what I call obsessed. And just because [[spoiler:when they were younger, Abby said that she wanted it just to be the two of them.]] And when I say [[spoiler:younger]], I mean [[spoiler:elementary-age.]] Nothing that he should be getting obsessed over. * One episode of ''Series/HoneyIShrunkTheKids'' had Wayne build a security system named F.R.A.N. after a burglary occurred in the house. F.R.A.N. develops a crush on her inventor and got jealous of Diane. However, [[spoiler: once Wayne seemingly de-programmed F.R.A.N., the system decides to kill him, deeming him as a threat.]]
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* Male Example: [[spoiler:Henry]] from ''Series/HarpersIsland''. I mean seriously, [[spoiler:marrying someone just to get your half-sister onto the island, conspiring with your real father (John Wakefield) to kill everyone apart from Abby, '''killing''' him so Abby can live, and making it seem as if she and you died so you can start over?]] That is what I call obsessed. And just because [[spoiler:when they were younger, Abby said that she wanted it just to be the two of them.]] them]]. And when I say [[spoiler:younger]], I mean [[spoiler:elementary-age.]] [[spoiler:elementary-age]]. Nothing that he should be getting obsessed over. * ''Series/{{Hollyoaks}}'' has a few examples: ** Sienna Blake is a repeat offender. She faked a pregnancy to get Darren Osborne to stay with her, and when that didn't work, she had his wife institutionalised and tried to kill his children. She later became obsessed with her own twin brother and imprisoned him in a basement over Christmas, trying to force him to "marry" her. ** One of the ''Hollyoaks Later'' specials featured a girl called Jade, who befriends (and seduces) Esther and Tilly during a holiday. It turns out Jade's boyfriend had been the donor of the transplanted liver Esther received, so Jade planned to kill Esther and cut out the liver in a bizarre attempt to bring her boyfriend back to life. ** Kim Butterfield stalks Grace Black, makes many attempts to destroy Grace's relationship with Trevor, and even gets herself sent to jail while Grace is there so that they can be together. It's also discovered that Kim previously stalked her sister's ex-fiancé. * One episode of ''Series/HoneyIShrunkTheKids'' had Wayne build a security system named F.R.A.N. after a burglary occurred in the house. F.R.A.N. develops a crush on her inventor and got jealous of Diane. However, [[spoiler: once Wayne seemingly de-programmed F.R.A.N., the system decides to kill him, deeming him as a threat.]]threat]].

** It's also worth mentioning the girl who Barney romanced in 'Ted Mosby: Architect', judging by the amazing 20-minute song on http://www.tedmosbyisajerk.com, which gets gradually more and more insane, yo-yoing between "You're a jerk", "I love you, we have something beautiful, come meet my parents, you're amazing", "I HATE YOU, I WANT YOU TO DIE, I'M GOING TO KILL YOU, I'VE DONE IT BEFORE". Missed the crazy eyes on that one, did you Barney?
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** It's also worth mentioning the girl who Barney romanced in 'Ted Mosby: Architect', judging by the amazing 20-minute song on http://www.tedmosbyisajerk.com, which gets gradually more and more insane, yo-yoing between "You're a jerk", jerk," "I love you, we have something beautiful, come meet my parents, you're amazing", amazing," "I HATE YOU, I WANT YOU TO DIE, I'M GOING TO KILL YOU, I'VE DONE IT BEFORE". BEFORE." Missed the crazy eyes on that one, did you Barney?

*** [[spoiler: Taken to the extreme in the non-canon novel where he goes as far as to ''rape'' her.]]
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*** [[spoiler: Taken to the extreme in the non-canon novel where he goes as far as to ''rape'' her.]]her]].

** In "The Sins of Castle Cove", [[spoiler:Elis the bookkeeper killed Miriam after discovering himself in the titular book. He confronted her, trying to see if she really thought of him like that. Enraged, he struck her down, feeling his unrequited feelings for her were rejected.]]
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** In "The Sins of Castle Cove", Cove," [[spoiler:Elis the bookkeeper killed Miriam after discovering himself in the titular book. He confronted her, trying to see if she really thought of him like that. Enraged, he struck her down, feeling his unrequited feelings for her were rejected.]]rejected]].

** In the Episode "Thirst" [[spoiler: Ducky's Girlfriend, Mary, proves to be the killer of two service men all to show Ducky how much she loves him]]
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** In the Episode "Thirst" [[spoiler: Ducky's Girlfriend, Mary, proves to be the killer of two service men all to show Ducky how much she loves him]]him]].

** In the Episode "Thirst" * Zelena from "OnceUponATime" toward Rumplestilskin. [[spoiler: Ducky's Girlfriend, Mary, proves to be She locked in first in a cage in his own home and then in a cage in her basement while she had control over him with his dagger. During that time, she also forced him on a date. She only had his dagger because she brought him back from the killer of two service men all to show Ducky how much she loves him]]dead by tricking his son Neal into sacrificing himself]].

* Zelena from "OnceUponATime" toward Rumplestilskin. [[spoiler: She locked in first in a cage in his own home and then in a cage in her basement while she had control over him with his dagger. During that time, she also forced him on a date. She only had his dagger because she brought him back from the dead by tricking his son Neal into sacrificing himself.]]

* ''Series/PrettyLittleLiars'' presented a male example of this trope with [[spoiler: Nathan, who is discovered in "The Lady Killer" to be EvilAllAlong and Maya's StalkerWithACrush, as well as [[IfICantHaveYou her killer]].]]
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* ''Series/PrettyLittleLiars'' presented a male example of this trope with [[spoiler: Nathan, who is discovered in "The Lady Killer" to be EvilAllAlong and Maya's StalkerWithACrush, as well as [[IfICantHaveYou her killer]].]]killer]]]].

* ''Series/PrettyLittleLiars'' presented a male example of this trope with [[spoiler: Nathan, The supernatural mini-series ''Remember Me'' has Isha, Tom Parfitt's Indian ayah who is discovered in "The Lady Killer" to be EvilAllAlong had drowned when he was a child. Her ''ghost'' still saw the now elderly Tom as her charge and Maya's StalkerWithACrush, began obsessively killing anyone who she saw as well as [[IfICantHaveYou taking over her killer]].]]role as his caretaker. [[spoiler:The reason she came back from the dead? Tom was getting cold feet about marriage and accidentally summoned her. He accidentally pushes his wife to her death and Isha has haunted him ever since until she follows him to a lake where he ultimately drowns himself]].

* Effy's psychiatrist in ''Series/{{Skins}}'', Series 4. [[spoiler: Attempts to kill both her love interests. Succeeds with one of them.]]
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* ''Series/SilentWitness'' has one in an episode who is obsessive over her [[{{Squick}} father/step-father]]. * Effy's psychiatrist in ''Series/{{Skins}}'', Series 4. [[spoiler: Attempts to kill both her love interests. Succeeds with one of them.]]them]].

* ''Series/SmartGuy'' did an interesting take on this trope: In order to win over another girl, Marcus, with the help of his brother TJ, hacks into the girl's on-line diary in order to find out what she sees in a guy so he can become her ideal boyfriend. It backfires when he later on reads her diary entries and learns that she has become obsessed over him to the point where she wants to quit school and start a family with him. When he tries to break it off and flirts with another girl, she attempts to ''run over'' said girl, culminating in pig masks, [[AxCrazy axes]], and a chase around the house. The twist? [[spoiler:She and her friends, including Marcus' sister, Yvette, found out his ruse and planted fake diary entries just to teach him a lesson. Though you have to wonder how much of an inversion it is for someone to think acting like an AxCrazy to "teach someone a lesson" is funny...]]
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* ''Series/SmartGuy'' did an interesting take on this trope: In order to win over another girl, Marcus, with the help of his brother TJ, hacks into the girl's on-line diary in order to find out what she sees in a guy so he can become her ideal boyfriend. It backfires when he later on reads her diary entries and learns that she has become obsessed over him to the point where she wants to quit school and start a family with him. When he tries to break it off and flirts with another girl, she attempts to ''run over'' said girl, culminating in pig masks, [[AxCrazy axes]], and a chase around the house. The twist? [[spoiler:She and her friends, including Marcus' sister, Yvette, found out his ruse and planted fake diary entries just to teach him a lesson. Though you have to wonder how much of an inversion it is for someone to think acting like an AxCrazy to "teach someone a lesson" is funny...]]]].

* In the classic ''Series/{{Star Trek|The Original Series}}'' episode "The Conscience of the King", the yandere is the daughter of a semi-repentant war criminal on the lam; she travels through the universe with him, acting with him in Shakespeare plays while killing witnesses to her father's wrongdoing. [[BreadEggsMilkSquick She's cute. She's sweet. She's 17. She's killed almost a dozen.]]
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* In the classic ''Series/{{Star Trek|The Original Series}}'' episode "The Conscience of the King", the yandere is the daughter of a semi-repentant war criminal on the lam; she travels through the universe with him, acting with him in Shakespeare plays while killing witnesses to her father's wrongdoing. [[BreadEggsMilkSquick She's cute. She's sweet. She's 17. She's killed almost a dozen.]]dozen]].

** Reese in the episode "Menace" seems like a sweet, friendly (if a little spoiled) RobotGirl, but when things don't go her way with Daniel, she [[spoiler:creates an army of Replicators which proceed to nearly wipe out the SGC.]]
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** Reese in the episode "Menace" seems like a sweet, friendly (if a little spoiled) RobotGirl, but when things don't go her way with Daniel, she [[spoiler:creates an army of Replicators which proceed to nearly wipe out the SGC.]]SGC]].

* On ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'', Lucifer was kicked out of Heaven for "loving God too much". After the breaking of the 66 Seals, he has returned to Earth to seek revenge. So far, he has focused on [[MurderTheHypotenuse murdering the hypotenuse]], and [[{{Dissimile}} by "the hypotenuse" he means "the human race".]] The first part of this is consistent with some Islamic mystical traditions.
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* On ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'', Lucifer was kicked out of Heaven for "loving God too much". After the breaking of the 66 Seals, he has returned to Earth to seek revenge. So far, he has focused on [[MurderTheHypotenuse murdering the hypotenuse]], and [[{{Dissimile}} by "the hypotenuse" he means "the human race".]] race"]]. The first part of this is consistent with some Islamic mystical traditions.

* An episode of ''Series/TheAdventuresOfBriscoCountyJr'' has Brisco defending his friend from a murder charge, which gets pretty tricky when it turns out his friend was having an affair with the victim's wife. It turns out [[spoiler:the victim's secretary was obviously in love with the friend, and when he turned her down in favor of the affair, she conspired with her boss, who had a terminal disease, to frame him for the man's murder. Once the whole scheme is revealed, she tries to shoot him in the middle of the courtroom.]] * Katherine Pierce from ''Series/TheVampireDiaries'' for Stefan. ** Damon for the people he loves. ** Klaus for Caroline. ** Rebekah for Stefan. ** Qetsiyah for Silas. * ''Series/TheWalkingDead'' has Shane, [[spoiler:when Rick does find his family, Shane slowly goes insane, and convinces himself that Rick isn't fit for being a good enough husband or father to them, and that he's just 'getting in the way'. He even goes so AxCrazy to the point of [[MurderTheHypotenuse trying to murder him.]]]]

* Mel from ''FlightOfTheConchords''. She could give Rose a run for her money.

* Mel Katherine Pierce from ''FlightOfTheConchords''. She could give Rose a run ''Series/TheVampireDiaries'' for her money.Stefan. ** Damon for the people he loves. ** Klaus for Caroline. ** Rebekah for Stefan. ** Qetsiyah for Silas.

* ''Series/WizardsOfWaverlyPlace'' did this with Harper, towards Justin. Thankfully, she lost this trait before her interest in Zeke. And he conveniently doesn't seem to remember after that, well at least for one time when Harper became Juliet... (Even then, she was done with the behavior, even stating that "Zeke does not need to know this".)
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* ''Series/TheWalkingDead'' has Shane, [[spoiler:when Rick does find his family, Shane slowly goes insane, and convinces himself that Rick isn't fit for being a good enough husband or father to them, and that he's just 'getting in the way'. He even goes so AxCrazy to the point of [[MurderTheHypotenuse trying to murder him]]]]. * ''Series/WizardsOfWaverlyPlace'' did this with Harper, towards Justin. Thankfully, she lost this trait before her interest in Zeke. And he conveniently doesn't seem to remember after that, well at least for one time when Harper became Juliet... (Even then, she was done with the behavior, even stating that "Zeke does not need to know this".)this.")

* Lysa Arryn in ''Series/GameOfThrones''. She's loved Petyr Baelish her whole life and has always been jealous that he loved her sister more. Even after Lysa and Petyr get married, Lysa gets more than a little crazed at the thought of Petyr being involved with someone else, to the point that she physically injures her own niece, who is fifteen years old and has no interest in Petyr at all. ** Also Petyr Baelish to Catelyn Stark. He [[spoiler: helps get her husband killed and starts a war partially to get her, despite her complete lack of interest in him.]] He then moves onto her daughter, when he can't have her. * In ''Series/DoctorWho'', we have Missy, who [[TheMadHatter gleefully self-describes]] as "bananas." She also does her best to kill any woman who shows any form of interest in the Doctor, even platonically. At first, it's not clear where she met the Doctor, even though she refers to him as her "boyfriend", but everything falls into place when it's revealed she's [[spoiler:a female incarnation of the Master, bringing their truly incredible amounts of of FoeYay to a critical mass.]] -->'''Missy''': Oh, 'Clara, Clara, Clara'! You know, I should shoot you in a jealous rage. Now wouldn't that be sexy? * The supernatural mini-series ''Remember Me'' has Isha, Tom Parfitt's Indian ayah who had drowned when he was a child. Her ''ghost'' still saw the now elderly Tom as her charge and began obsessively killing anyone who she saw as taking over her role as his caretaker. [[spoiler:The reason she came back from the dead? Tom was getting cold feet about marriage and accidentally summoned her. He accidentally pushes his wife to her death and Isha has haunted him ever since until she follows him to a lake where he ultimately drowns himself.]] * ''Series/{{Hollyoaks}}'' has a few examples: ** Sienna Blake is a repeat offender. She faked a pregnancy to get Darren Osborne to stay with her, and when that didn't work, she had his wife institutionalised and tried to kill his children. She later became obsessed with her own twin brother and imprisoned him in a basement over Christmas, trying to force him to "marry" her. ** One of the ''Hollyoaks Later'' specials featured a girl called Jade, who befriends (and seduces) Esther and Tilly during a holiday. It turns out Jade's boyfriend had been the donor of the transplanted liver Esther received, so Jade planned to kill Esther and cut out the liver in a bizarre attempt to bring her boyfriend back to life. ** Kim Butterfield stalks Grace Black, makes many attempts to destroy Grace's relationship with Trevor, and even gets herself sent to jail while Grace is there so that they can be together. It's also discovered that Kim previously stalked her sister's ex-fiancé.
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** His love for Will only deepens in season 3, which worsens his more spiteful, possessive tendencies. He leaves a "valentine from a broken man" for Will in the form of a corpse wrapped into a heart, takes Will captive in Italy and attempts to cut open his skull to eat his brain, and saves him from Mason's wrath (carrying him in almost the exact way another Hannibal Lecter did his love interest). Hannibal then proceeds to give himself up to the FBI, potentially being put away for life, ''[[CrazyJealousGuy just so that he can get back at Will for rejecting him]]''. He also attempts having Will's wife and step-son killed by another killer, just to get Will's attention.
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* Miss Piggy from ''TheMuppetShow'' is an obvious one. Rather animesque in that, though she often randomly attacks everyone over [[RantInducingSlight any minor thing]], the one who she is ''really'' most likely to [[MegatonPunch Falcon Punch]] across the room is her "Kermie".
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* Miss Piggy from ''TheMuppetShow'' ''Series/TheMuppetShow'' is an obvious one. Rather animesque in that, though she often randomly attacks everyone over [[RantInducingSlight any minor thing]], the one who she is ''really'' most likely to [[MegatonPunch Falcon Punch]] across the room is her "Kermie".

* Male example in the ''{{NCIS}}'' episode "Love & War": the murder of the week turns out to have been arranged by the ex-fiancé of the victim's daughter. She had resumed their relationship after her mother died of cancer, so after she broke up with him a second time, he arranged her father's death in the hopes that the hurt/comfort scenario would repeat itself.
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* Male example in the ''{{NCIS}}'' ''Series/{{NCIS}}'' episode "Love & War": the murder of the week turns out to have been arranged by the ex-fiancé of the victim's daughter. She had resumed their relationship after her mother died of cancer, so after she broke up with him a second time, he arranged her father's death in the hopes that the hurt/comfort scenario would repeat itself.
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