YMMV: Acts of Gord
- Alternate Character Interpretation: The Gord is willing to physically harm people he could clearly restrain over video games worth about five dollars. Is it justified because they're stealing from him, or is this Disproportionate Retribution? He also has rather toxic attitudes towards welfare recipients.
- Magnificent Bastard: Gord, upon receiving news of the Moral Event Horizon below, instead of simply trying to stop the plot, breaks into his own store and takes back all his stuff, completely pulling the rug out from under them.
- Another moment comes from finding a Gameshark that damages the system it's plugged into. He leaves the Gameshark on prominent display just out of his sight. Once stolen, the amount of customers paying to have their systems fixed greatly increases.
- Moral Event Horizon: The whole Apocalypse Book. To make it short: Landlord's Agent has been pocketing money, and blaming it on the Gord's store. Gord is overseas at the time he learns this, and leaves the store to the Guardian. But the Guardian helps the Agent seize the assets of the store. This leads to some of the Gord's friends breaking into his store and stripping the entire store clear of anything, so the Agent and Guardian get nothing and lose their jobs. And, if they attempt to report Gord to the police, they would eventually have to explain the massive fraud they were about to commit versus the technically illegal theft.