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* ''Fanfic/TheRigelBlackChronicles'': When Harry approaches the Malfoy library [[spoiler:to collect her memories of the Chamber of Secrets]], her first clue to Riddle's mood is an explosion, followed by the sound of angry Parseltongue, and then more sounds of furniture destruction. When she enters the room, she finds that all the chairs are ash, along with several bookcases, and she then sees Riddle ''torture'' another bookcase to death, setting it on fire and then making it twist and writhe before exploding into splinters.
--> '''Harry''': If I could [[spoiler:get my memory back now]], I'll be out of your hair right away.
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* MasterAndMargarita: When Margarita found the apartment of the critic who ruined the Master, she rips ink on his pillows, makes the bath overflow, and smashes everything that can be smashed.

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* MasterAndMargarita: ''Film/MasterAndMargarita'': When Margarita found the apartment of the critic who ruined the Master, she rips ink on his pillows, makes the bath overflow, and smashes everything that can be smashed.


* In ''Film/FredTheMovie'', Fred destroys his living room in a fit of frenzied rage (in the entire span of one minute), upon finding out that Judy moved houses. By the time he's completely cooled down, it cuts to him cleaning up the mess he made.

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* In ''Film/FredTheMovie'', Fred angrily destroys his living room in a fit of frenzied rage (in the entire span of one minute), upon finding out that Judy moved houses. By the time he's completely cooled down, it cuts to him cleaning up the mess he made.

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* In ''Film/FredTheMovie'', Fred destroys his living room in a fit of frenzied rage (in the entire span of one minute), upon finding out that Judy moved houses. By the time he's completely cooled down, it cuts to him cleaning up the mess he made.


* Selina Kyle from ''Film/BatmanReturns'' trashes her apartment as part of her FreakOut and transformation into the dark and dangerous Catwoman.
** A nice touch: she has a neon sign above her bed that reads "HELLO THERE", and we see her hit it twice. At the end of the montage the camera pans out and we see the sign now reads "HELL HERE."

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* Selina Kyle from ''Film/BatmanReturns'' furiously trashes her apartment [[TastesLikeDiabetes overly-cutesy apartment]] as part of her FreakOut and transformation into the dark and dangerous Catwoman.
Catwoman. She enters going through the motions with [[CreepyMonotone a vacant, almost zombie-like gait]]... and then absolutely ''snaps'' upon hearing a voicemail message requesting "candlelight staff meeting for two" with her boss. Who, for reference, [[HeKnowsTooMuch had just tried to murder her]].
** A nice touch: she has a neon sign above in her bed bedroom that reads "HELLO THERE", and we see her hit it twice. At the end of the montage montage, the camera pans out and we see the sign now reads "HELL HERE."


* ''Film/WaitingToExhale's'' Bernardette, after being left by her husband for another woman, proceeds to trash her place, ripping clothes off hangers, cussing up a storm and eventually setting fire to the guy's car.

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* ''Film/WaitingToExhale's'' Bernardette, after being left Bernadine gets dumped by her husband for another woman, after she's spent the last eleven years sacrificing her dreams of owning her own business to help him build his. To say that she's pissed about this is an understatement. She proceeds to trash her place, ripping clothes rip his entire very expensive wardrobe off hangers, cussing up a storm the walls, stuff it into his very expensive car and eventually setting fire to [[BurnBabyBurn set the guy's car.
whole shebang on fire.]] And what she couldn't get in the car, she sold. For a dollar.



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* ''Film/WaitingToExhale's'' Bernardette, after being left by her husband for another woman, proceeds to trash her place, ripping clothes off hangers, cussing up a storm and eventually setting fire to the guy's car.


* ''WesternAnimation/AngelinaBallerina'': In "Angelina's Baby Sister", Angelina gets so jealous of her new baby sister getting all the attention that she trashes her room in anger. Her family hears her and Mrs. Mouseling goes to her room to resolve the conflict.

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* ''WesternAnimation/AngelinaBallerina'': In "Angelina's Baby Sister", Angelina gets so jealous of her new baby sister getting all the attention that she trashes her room and [[TantrumThrowing throws items around]] in anger. Her family hears her and Mrs. Mouseling goes to her room to resolve the conflict.



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* ''Film/FortyFive'': After being beaten up by her boyfriend Big Al, Kat trashes the living room in the apartment: starting with all of her treasured souvenirs of the seaside.

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* ''WesternAnimation/AngelinaBallerina'': In "Angelina's Baby Sister", Angelina gets so jealous of her new baby sister getting all the attention that she trashes her room in anger. Her family hears her and Mrs. Mouseling goes to her room to resolve the conflict.


* In the ''[[Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer Buffy]]'' episode "Blood Ties," Dawn destroys her room (and burns her diaries) after she [[spoiler: learns that she is the Key.]] On Buffy's ''birthday''.

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* In the ''[[Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer Buffy]]'' episode "Blood Ties," "[[Recap/BuffyTheVampireSlayerS5E13BloodTies Blood Ties]]", Dawn destroys her room (and burns her diaries) after she [[spoiler: learns that she is the Key.]] On Buffy's ''birthday''.


* ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'': Done when King Triton, in a fit of blind rage, fires his Trident to destroy Ariel's grotto and everything in it. A bit of a variant from the norm in that he's not just venting, but does it to make a point to Ariel that anything to do with humans is strictly forbidden.

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* ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'': ''WesternAnimation/{{The Little Mermaid|1989}}'': Done when King Triton, in a fit of blind rage, fires his Trident to destroy Ariel's grotto and everything in it. A bit of a variant from the norm in that he's not just venting, but does it to make a point to Ariel that anything to do with humans is strictly forbidden.


* ''Series/{{Vikings}}: Rollo of Viking origin is married to Princess Gisla of France, Emperor Charles' daughter, and he has a lesson of Old French at court in Paris to overcome their LanguageBarrier. The lesson doesn't go well at all. Rollo gets increasingly fluent in {{Angrish}} resembling Old French, and then it just escalates to tearing a book page in tiny pieces and crumpling it, flipping his own table, grabbing his teacher by the collar, flinging said teacher across the room, knocking down a chair and storming out of the room.

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* ''Series/{{Vikings}}: ''Series/{{Vikings}}'': Rollo of Viking origin is married to Princess Gisla of France, Emperor Charles' daughter, and he has a lesson of Old French at court in Paris to overcome their LanguageBarrier. The lesson doesn't go well at all. Rollo gets increasingly fluent in {{Angrish}} resembling Old French, and then it just escalates to tearing a book page in tiny pieces and crumpling it, flipping his own table, grabbing his teacher by the collar, flinging said teacher across the room, knocking down a chair and storming out of the room.


* Elliot does this in an episode of ''Series/{{Scrubs}}'', trashing her bedroom before going and getting her hair hacked up into the now-familiar "scarecrow" configuration (all to the tune of "American Girl").
** Dr. Cox often does this as well.

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Elliot does this in an episode of ''Series/{{Scrubs}}'', trashing trashes her bedroom before going and getting her hair hacked up into the now-familiar "scarecrow" configuration (all to the tune of "American Girl").
** Dr. Cox often does this as well.trashes rooms out of anger often.




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* ''Series/{{Vikings}}: Rollo of Viking origin is married to Princess Gisla of France, Emperor Charles' daughter, and he has a lesson of Old French at court in Paris to overcome their LanguageBarrier. The lesson doesn't go well at all. Rollo gets increasingly fluent in {{Angrish}} resembling Old French, and then it just escalates to tearing a book page in tiny pieces and crumpling it, flipping his own table, grabbing his teacher by the collar, flinging said teacher across the room, knocking down a chair and storming out of the room.


* In ''VideoGame/SplinterCellConviction'', Sam goes into one of these after learning that [[spoiler:Lambert and Grimsdottir, the two people he thought he could trust in Third Echelon are both responsible for taking his daughter away from him.]]

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* In ''VideoGame/SplinterCellConviction'', ''VideoGame/SplinterCell: Conviction'', Sam goes into one of these after learning that [[spoiler:Lambert and Grimsdottir, the two people he thought he could trust in Third Echelon are both responsible for taking his daughter away from him.]]

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