: A character gets rejected, so they commit suicide.
- Straight: Alice tells Bob she's not interested in him, and this tears him up inside - so he kills himself.
- Exaggerated: Every one of Alice's failed suitors has killed himself.
- Downplayed: After Alice tells Bob she's not interested, he self-harms, but doesn't aim for suicide.
- Bob isn't all there mentally.
- Alice was extremely harsh with her rejection.
- Alice has to muster up the courage to tell Bob she's not interested. He takes it well but it gives her such tremendous guilt that she decides to off herself.
- Alice rejects Bob, and this inspires him to better his life and improve himself.
- Subverted: Alice rejects Bob. He takes his pistol and goes into an empty room...where he's set up a makeshift shooting range, as that's what helps calm him down.
- Double Subverted: He was firing in the range to make sure his gun works - he doesn't want any problems when he turns the gun on himself.
- Parodied: Alice's rejection of Bob is longwinded and full of many of a Hope Spot, so he varies between suicidal and ecstatic.
- Zig Zagged: ???
- Averted: Bob is sad at the rejection for a while, but gets over it.
- Enforced: The writers want to both kill off Bob and resolve the Unresolved Sexual Tension between him and Alice.
- Lampshaded: "Bob, you're not taking this too well, are you." "No, you could say hearing it would be the...death of me."
- Invoked: Before Alice rejects Bob, her friend tells her to really lay it on thick so Bob doesn't get his hopes up.
- Alice really does hate Bob and wants him dead, so she makes her rejection speech ultra-callous.
- Bob uses the threat of suicide to browbeat Alice into dating him anyway.
- Defied: As Bob is about to end it all, Alice bursts into the room and tells him that she doesn't hate him, and that he is important to her.
- Discussed: "No matter how harsh Alice's rejection was, she's not worth killing yourself over, Bob."
- Conversed: ???
- Implied: Alice rejects Bob, and a few days later, she's at Bob's funeral.
- After reading Bob's suicide note, his friends and family start to guilt Alice, who they hold responsible.
- Alice holds herself responsible for Bob's suicide, and it haunts her for the rest of her days, turning her into a broken woman.
- Reconstructed: After finishing mourning Bob, Alice takes a good long look at how she treats others, and ultimately becomes a better person.
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