A scene where drug use is depicted/described but the amount shown/said is insanely large for personal use. Something like someone suggests doing some cocaine and someone brings out a restaurant cloche (one of those huge metal plates with the large domed covers) and removes the lid to show a pile of cocaine two foot across and one foot high. Or someone says they smoked six ounces of dope last night.
Generally barring exceptional cases this doesn't happen in real life. Illegal drugs are by definition... well, illegal, and anything illicit, illegal or otherwise prohibited that is nonetheless still in demand tends to multiply in cost accordingly.
Can be a case of bad research on the writer's part — not knowing the actual street value of the amount they are showing and getting carried away by Rule of Cool.
- Dragonball Z Abridged: Mr Popo supposedly consumes a gallon of LSD, which is enough to get an entire city tripping and even manages to severely affect him, giving him (a ruthless and immensely powerful Person of Mass Destruction that briefly turned the sun off with a thought) a fairly bad trip and causing even more erratic behavior than usual.
- Heavy Metal: The "So Beautiful, So Dangerous" segment — Zeke and Edsel, the alien pilots, each hoist out what looks like a 25-pound bag of plutonium nyborg, lay them out in lines long enough to travel the entire ship, then proceed to snort all of it.
- Scarface: Near the climax of the film, Tony is seen surrounded by piles and piles of cocaine (which makes sense since he's a dealer), and uses it to take and inflict a lot of punishment before he goes down.
- The Crow: Top Dollar is seen with a ludicrously large pile of coke from which he occasionally snorts as he gives directions to his underlings.
- Lord of War: Yuri Orlov, an Arms Dealer, is unexpectedly paid in cocaine by a Colombian drug lord. His brother Vitaly steals a kilo, then goes around Latin America visiting whorehouses. When Yuri catches up with him again, Vitaly has used all the coke to form a map of their homeland the Ukraine. Yuri stops him from snorting all of it before he overdoses.
- Flashpoint: Played for Drama — a man tracks down the drug dealers who sold his brother the coke he OD'd on and is about to force one of the dealers to down his entire stockpile in one sitting before SRU catches up to them.
- In Mystery Science Theater 3000: Overdrawn at the Memory Bank, Aram's computer hacking causes a heavy snowfall, indoors. Mike quips, "This is how much pure cocaine you would need to enjoy this movie."
- Two words from World's Dumbest...: "cocaine blizzard", spoken during at least one clip of criminals tossing out bags of coke while being chased by the cops.
- Steel Panther: "Party Like Tomorrow Is The End Of The World" — the amount of drugs shown is ludicrous, there is so much coke that someone literally ends up with their face covered in coke in one scene.
- In The Lonely Island's "Jack Sparrow (feat. Michael Bolton)" in a parody of the Scarface scene Bolton-as-Tony Montana is shown doing this, and mentions "mountains of cocaine" in the lyrics.
- Snowflame: During a fight with Batman, Snowflame grabs a double-handful of cocaine and snorts all of it on the spot, in order to fuel his powers.
Batman: [horrified] My God. What's wrong with him?
- Archer: At the end of the fifth season premiere, after it's announced ISIS will shut down, Archer reveals they've been sitting on "Literally — not figuratively — a ton of cocaine." Turns into a justified aversion by the end of the 5th season, as it's implied that the deal Mallory signed with the CIA involved them distributing cocaine, with that ton costing approximately 50 million dollars, a realistic price for that amount of cocaine.
- South Park: "Cancelled" revolves around the boys trying to save Earth, revealed to be a reality show for alien viewers, from being cancelled by the Joozians (parodies of the "Jews run the media" conspiracy theories), who run all the media in the galaxy. The boys are dragged along with the Joozian executives' hedonistic lunch break, and at one point are asked if they want to do a little "blach", which is presented like alien cocaine, but instead of discrete white lines, they're huge and neon-purple. Incidentally, Kenny also tries some.
- "Medicinal Fried Chicken", being a Whole Plot Reference to Scarface has this trope in spades, except for cocaine, they use Kentucky Fried Chicken, to the point that Cartman is snorting chicken skin by the end.