Loud Last Name
Like the First Name Ultimatum and Full Name Ultimatum, it is used when a character is angry at another character, but is either not on a First Name Basis with them or simply never uses their first name. If the characters are on First Name Basis, this means the one being shouted at is in big trouble, but sometimes it's just Played for Laughs. Formerly known as 'Last Name Ultimatum'
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Anime & Manga
- In Slam Dunk, whenever any player gets mad at another character, namely:
- In K-On!, when Azusa can't stop laughing at Ritsu being cast as Juliet in a school play, Ritsu exclaims an annoyed "Nakano!," while putting her in a chokehold. The girls are all on First Name Basis with each other, and this rare instance of last name only use is Played for Laughs.
- "It's-!" "Angel..."
- Does it count when it's directed at a villain generally taken seriously? KHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAN!
Live Action TV
- Sergeant Carter of Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. would yell "PYYYYYLLEEEEE!!" when he was annoyed by Gomer's antics.
- Sheldon Cooper from The Big Bang Theory uses it on his nemesis, Wil Wheaton.
- Parodied on That Mitchell and Webb Look as part of the sitcom pastiche Get Me Hennimore!; "HenniMOOOORE!"
- Superintendant Chalmers on The Simpsons uses this quite often with Principal Skinner, sometimes for no other reason than watching him cringe.
- Mr. Spacely on The Jetsons would yell "JETSOOOOOOOOOOON!" at a beginning of a video call or whenever he got mad at George. Usually followed by "YOU'RE FIRED!"
- Daffy Duck in the animated film, Daffy Duck's Quackbusters, "CUBISH!"
- While Cindy from Jimmy Neutron would rather be caught dead than calling Jimmy anything but his last name (and variations thereof), Jimmy uses Cindy's last name Vortex whenever he's particularly infuriated with her.
- Futurama had Professor Farnsworth's arch-rival "WERNSTROM!!"
- Time Squad Larry and Otto both use Buck's last name casually, but are often likely to shout "TUDDRUSSEL!" whenever Buck Tuddrussel does something stupid or mean spirited.
- The Incredibles: "PAAAAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR!!!". Points to Wallace Shawn for making it sound less like a name and more like a roar.