There can be multiple levels of a dick move. Level one is something minor and insignificant (i.e: Like throwing someone's external HD into the bathtub). Level two is something like that asshole in charge of the Titanic
who let it sink, and level three is on par with 9/11.
Some argue that the Holocaust was a Level 4 dick move, but others argue that is was just plain a shitty thing to do.
I'm falling and I can't turn back
I am in blood
Stepped in so far that should I wade no more,
Returning were as tedious as go o'er.
If you open that box... there will be no redemption for you, no redemption. Ever.
Lord Galcian, so many innocent people died by your hand. Women and children...bled to death in the streets...as an Admiral in the Armada, I feel that I am responsible for their deaths...as much as you are.
I don't know my way home. David:
That's okay. Neither do I.
You think there's been others? Det. Will Dormer:
No, but there's gonna be. This guy crossed the line...and he didn't even blink. You don't come back from that.
This Colonel guy? He's wacko, man! He's worse than crazy. He's evil. It's fuckin' pagan idolatry. Look around you. Shit! He's loco... I ain't afraid of all them fuckin' skulls and altars and shit. I used to think if I died in an evil place, then my soul wouldn't be able to make it to Heaven. But now? Fuck! I mean, I don't care where
it goes, as long as it ain't here. So whaddya wanna do? I'll
kill the fuck.
That's why I should quit this journey. Before I do something terrible. But I am going... he destroyed my hometown five years ago, killed Aeris and and is now trying to destroy the Planet. I'll never forgive... Sephiroth.
You are about to cross a terrible threshold, Krom'gar. May the Earth Mother have mercy on your soul.
— High Chieftain Cliffwalker
, to Overlord Krom'gar before he blows up a Night Elf settlement
, World of Warcraft
Sam tried to apologize. I'll give him credit for seeming sincere. But I warned him that he crossed a line
that was extremely difficult and doubtful I could ever forgive. I promptly returned the ring and we officially broke up.
"You've gone too far this time, Carl!"
"What's that? It's hard to hear you over the sound of melting city!
did is beyond forgiveness.
— The Blacklight Virus
, about how the real Alex Mercer unleashed the Blacklight Virus in New York
This is the life we chose, the life we lead. And there is only one guarantee: none
of us will see heaven.
gone over the edge this time!
I feel strange. What's that feeling? Spider-Man:
It's called shame. You killed a child.
Get used to it.
There isn't anything you could say that would make me feel sorry for you.
I always knew the Fire Lord was a bad guy, but his plan
is just pure evil!
May the gods have mercy on you, Theon Greyjoy
, for you are well and truly lost.
What kind of whackjob waterboards Chip 'n Dale
? That makes Guyliner
here like, the most uncoolest dude ever!
[A] person is almost always forgivable...'Almost' being the key word here. But you have passed that point of no return now, and I will never forgive you for what you've done here tonight. Trying to kill an innocent person out of greed... You are incapable of redemption.
Once you've fallen that far, there's almost no coming back.
: What kind of person would do this to their own daughter
: The kind of guy who deserves to die.
This is not a time for mourning, this is a time to dry our tears and draw our weapons! There can be no pity for the pitiless! Save redemption for those that seek it!
— Brother Malachi the Healer
, Diablo III
, following the death of Deckard Cain at Maghda's hands
Betrayer...Akachi wore that title unfairly. You,
however, have earned it!
All evils are equal when they are extreme.
— Pierre Corneille
He can be charming. He can be generous. He can do the right thing. All of that somehow makes his 'evil' actions all the more despicable, because we know that there was the potential in there for him to be a better person. But sometimes the clichés are true: Hitler loved his dog.
No human being (and by extension, no Cardassian) is one hundred percent pure evil. But there is a 'critical mass', if you will, where the dark deeds attributed to one person become so overwhelming that they swamp all the redeeming characteristics.
This is a very important episode in the South Park
library because it did definitely change Cartman. I mean, it took him from kind of a little shithead
to probably the most evil kid in the world.
— Trey Parker
on Cartman's victory in "Scott Tenorman Must Die".
So all that really happened in this ending is that Anakin shows he's really just a murderous crazy person and he needs to be in a mental hospital. He even tries to choke pregnant Padme, the whole reason he turned to the Dark Side. If I were Obi-Wan, I'd definitely not look back on Anakin with any kinda reverence or longing for the 'good ol' days'. I would be uncomfortable talking about him, actually, and filled with regret that I didn't decapitate him when I had the chance.