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"Do not let my calm demeanor fool you, RANGER!"
Marshal Stacker Pentecost, Pacific Rim

Describe Suddenly Shouting Here AS IF IT ISN'T ENTIRELY OBVIOUS!!!

Two characters are carrying on a conversation. Alice says something. Bob responds in his regular voice, but then SUDDENLY, HE'S SHOUTING!

Typically happens for one of three reasons:

  • Anger: Something Alice said just really infuriates Bob, or perhaps simply made an already bad mood worse. Often this is preceded by other visual cues of anger, such as a twitching eye, giving the impression that despite his feelings Bob is still trying to maintain some sense of composure before finally giving in and letting loose with an impassioned tirade.
  • Surprise / Fear: Bob is carrying on as normal, when suddenly a cold, dead hand settles on his shoulder, or someone sets off an explosive in his presence, or something else happens that he just didn't or couldn't expect. Often accompanied by an upward shift in pitch.
  • Drama: Bob is naturally a Large Ham and wants you to know that what he is revealing is quite important, no matter how mundane it may actually be. This is a technique actually used by army trainers when scolding trainees, to keep them on their toes and to vary the tempo of the berating.

Compare Careful with That Axe and Last Note Nightmare, which apply a similar sort of logic to music. Sometimes overlaps with Punctuated! For! Emphasis!, Bait-and-Switch Comment, or HA HA HA—No.


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    Advertising COMMERCIALS! 
  • "Hello, ladies... IS WHAT A DUMMY WOULD SAY!"
  • Used in a GEICO ad where Mike McGlone asks (rhetorically) if a retired drill sergeant would be a lousy therapist:
    Patient: And that's why yellow makes me sad, I think.
  • Lampshaded in a Dave Barry column on ads he and the rest of the world hates:
    "[...] ads where the announcer SHOUTS AT YOU AS THOUGH YOU ARE AN IDIOT and then reads, in very muted tones, what sounds like the entire US tax code."
  • Jack In The Box's "The Visitor" commercial has Jack snapping at an unruly patron late at night when he insulted his food. And that was before he chased after him, pinned him to the ground, and force-fed him one of his restaraunt's burgers.
    Jack: My sources tell me you've been calling Jack In The Box "Junk In The Box."
    Brad: So?
    Jack: I take these things personally, Brad.
    Brad: Get lost!
    Jack: Sure, just try my food, apologize, and I'll go.
    Brad: I said beat it, clown!
  • Happens during a State Farm commercial:
    Kim: Whoa, easy, easy.
    Kim's Husband: But you're in labor.
  • Played for Laughs in an Ice Hockey Atari Commercial featuring Phil Hartman dressed as a customer who gradually behaves like a hockey player ready to go to war.

    Anime & MANGA! 

    Comic BOOKS! 
  • Red Robin: Before her partners are murdered and her throat is slit most of Pru's interactions with people go this way, as she'll act relatively calm until something offends her, annoys her, or she's given permission to kill someone at which point she quickly switches over to SHOUTING, often accompanied by automatic gunfire.
  • Superman:
    • In The Supergirl from Krypton (2004), Darkseid quickly switches over from whispering quietly to roaring very loudly when Batman reveals he has reprogrammed and set off his Hellspores firebombs.
      Batman: They say one Hellspore will create a fire pit. What will happen to Apokolips when five hundred of them go off... Simultaneously?
      Darkseid: You dare...! YOU DARE?!
    • World of Krypton: When Dru-Zod knocks Jor-El down—without meaning it—during an argument, his friend explodes.
      Jor-El: "You put hands on me in my home? IN MY HOME!"
  • Gaston Lagaffe: One strip has Lebrac hitting on a secretary about all the things he doesn't want to tell her in public. She suggests he whisper them in her ear. Cue Lagaffe wandering by absentmindedly with a bag of pointy sticks which gets jammed into Lebrac's behind just as he's doing that.
  • In his appearances in Justice League International, Manga Khan was prone to bursts of this trope, for dramatic reasons.

    Comic STRIPS! 
  • Garfield:
    • In an early strip:
      Jon: Be careful there, Garfield. Hanging on the drapes can be very painful. 'CAUSE I'M GONNA BREAK YOUR LEGS IF YOU DON'T GET OFF THEM THIS INSTANT!
    • He also does it again later:
      Jon: Some dirty, rotten, low-down, slimy, filthy, disgusting, gluttonous, hog STOLE MY SUPPER!
    • And in another, Garfield is watching "The Loud Channel":
      We're loud... We're proud... -Garfield gets closer to the TV to hear what they're saying- AND WE'RE MEAN TOO!
    • Garfield climbs Jon's drapes again:
      Jon: Why Garfield, you're a pearl, and do you know how pearls are formed through oysters?
      Garfield: Howzat?
      Garfield (to readers): He must not be happy with me.

    Fan WORKS! 
  • 30 Minutes That Changed Everything: A recently freed Sirius is talking to Remus about what happened during his illegal imprisonment.
    Sirius: Dumbledore seems to have sent MY GODSON to live with Lily's vile sister!
  • Played for Horror, tragedy, and drama in Bird. Mimi is a nice girl, but her power sends her into violent mood swings. Sometimes she'll be talking normally, only to switch to shouting, eyes-glowing, and fire everywhere. She can't help it, her powers alter her brain chemistry to encourage disassociation and lack of empathy.
  • In Don't Say, "Dannit", a fanfiction of The Loud House, Lola, upon hearing her baby sister Lily was suspended, says, "You can get suspended from DAYCARE?!".
  • Dragon Ball Z Elsewhere: North Kai does this when he learns that a bureaucratic foul-up led to Dr. Gero keeping his android enhancements in the afterlife. Another reason to be mad at Goku for blowing him and his planet up.
  • The Pieces Lie Where They Fell:
    • Page starts yelling when she learns what Xvital learned during her experience with her Element, realizing the implications it has for her people.
    • Tizoc does this in his conversation with Xvital, as he starts asking why she ran off.
  • In Retribution, Spock raises his voice in frustration when Kirk contradicts his statement that the captain "[has] no idea of the gravity of offenses that can be committed between us."
  • In This Bites!, while calmly summing up Cross, Luffy, and Ace's antics in Nanohana, Vivi suddenly starts yelling demanding to know why the town is on fire. Later, when the Straw Hats freak out upon meeting Brook, Cross begins to point out that Brook's nature as a skeleton is clearly because of a Devil Fruit, only for him to snap and shout at the crew for how they keep missing that obvious answer.
  • Seventh Horcrux is a comedy Harry Potter fic in which Voldemort's Horcrux takes over Harry's body that night in Godric's Hollow, allowing the Dark Lord a second chance. Given that this version of Harry Potter is much more sociopathic and unstable, a lot of weird things happen, though he's still friends with Ron and Hermione. In chapter 12, Hermione gets rather frustrated.
    Hermione: Harry James Potter, what are you doing? Neville is dropping from the ceiling to attack people, Umbridge is prowling the school looking for you, and WHY IS THERE A PHOENIX ON YOUR HEAD?
  • FIRE! (DarkMark): During an argument, Iron Man's enemy Firebrand starts yelling when he is called "son":
    Firebrand's eyes blazed, and he took a step forward. "Don't call me son, damn you. Don't call me son, don't ever call me son! DO YOU HEAR ME?"
  • Wake. As explaining to Asuka what he found out about Rei's secrets, Shinji gets gradually more upset until he ends up yelling.
    Shinji: She wasn't a doll, she was never a doll! She was a GOD DAMN HUMAN BEING!
  • A Moon and World Apart: Cadance in chapter 21, when she finally loses her temper at Celestia over the latter trying to claim a letter directed at Cadance herself.
  • Personality Conflicts: Little Ghoul is this in show-canon; naturally, she demonstrates it in Split Decision when Shadowborg shows up at Hillhurst.
    "Would someone like to fill me in on what's going ON AROUND HERE?"
  • In Imitation Steamrollers, David has this to say when the Fat Controller refuses to listen to his order to get rid of George:
    David: Sir Bertram Topham Hatt, I am going to say this one time, and one time only: You may be the manager of the North Western Railway, and I may have been wrong to target Donald and Douglas the way I did, but I AM Navy Captain of the Sea Emperor, and by my family's bloodline, Emily is still MY engine! Therefore, it's MY job to protect her from errant vehicles, be they on road or rails! And it's also my duty to honour my promise to the Admiral that no more atrocities like Sailor John ever touch Sodor again! So in this given situation, I don't care what stature of authority you carry; For the sake of my engine, and the safety of other engines, you are bringing this forth to the Mayor and the Sodor Island Council, you're gonna do what I say, AND GET THAT DAMN STEAMROLLER OFF THE ISLAND OF SODOR!
  • The Palaververse: In Treasures, Daring speaks calmly, before being shocked by a large figure reminding her of a danger from only a few waking moments before:
    Alright," said Daring vaguely, glancing around the room they were in. "Just let meAAH!"
    She'd started at the huge shape lying against one wall in the circular room
  • Naru-Hina Chronicles: Mina tells Tayuya that it's difficult for her to treat the latter's wounds given that she doesn't have her glasses:
    Tayuya: Why are you healing me? We were just trying to kill each other, are you a f***ing moron or just a... [suddenly making an over-the-top shocked face after realizing what Mina said] WAIT! YOU'RE WORKING ON ME BLIND?!!!

    Films — ANIMATED! 
  • In Aladdin:
    • Genie's famous advice to Aladdin on how to win Jasmine's heart combines this with Punctuated! For! Emphasis!.
      Genie: Alright, Sparky, here's the deal. If you wanna court the little lady, you gotta be a straight shooter. Ya got it?
      Aladdin: What?
      Genie: Tell. her. the... TRUTH!
    • Another notable example in the same movie:
  • In Alice in Wonderland:
    Alice: Three inches is such a wretched height...
    Caterpillar: I am exac-tically three inches high, and it is a very good height INDEED!
    Alice: But I'm not used to it! And you needn't... SHOUT!
    • This is also a character trait of the Queen of Hearts.
  • Gogo in Big Hero 6, when Yokai pursues the heroes:
    Gogo: Why are we stopped?
    Wasabi: The light's red!
  • In Despicable Me, after Gru and the children steal the Shrink Ray back from Vector, Mr. Perkins confronts the oblivious Vector thusly:
    Mr. Perkins: Do you know where the Shrink Ray is?
    Vector: Duh. It's at my place.
    Mr. Perkins: Oh. Then I guess Gru must just have one that looks EXACTLY LIKE IT! [brandishes a picture of Gru holding the Shrink Ray during their earlier video call]
  • The Emperor's New Groove:
    Yzma: I know, I'll turn him into a flea. A harmless little flea. And then, I'll put that flea in a box. And then I'll put that box inside of another box, and then I'll mail that box to myself, and when it arrives [maniacal laugh] I'll SMASH IT WITH A HAMMER!
    • A bit later, after her plan goes awry:
      Yzma: Alright, a quick cup of coffee. THEN TAKE HIM OUT OF TOWN AND FINISH THE JOB!
    • And later still, we get this:
      Kuzco: I got a little secret for you. Come here. Closer. I DON'T MAKE DEALS WITH PEASANTS!
  • Disney's Hercules: Done by Hades too many times to count. Let's just say that James Woods has a fun habit of playing characters who have a tendency to suddenly yell.
    Hades: Meg, my dear, sweet, deluded little minion. Aren't we forgetting one teensy-weensy, but ever so crucial little, tiny detail? [bursts into flames] I OWN YOU!!
  • In The Hunchback of Notre Dame, when Frollo notices one of Quasi's wooden figures shaped like Esmerelda.
    Frollo: Isn't this one new? It's awfully good. Looks very much like the... Gypsy Girl. I know... you helped her ESCAPE!!!
  • It happens to be the first line of dialogue in the first Ice Age movie.
    Freaky Mammal 1: Why not call it "the Big Chill", or the "Nippy Era." I'm just sayin', how do we know it's an ice age?
    Freaky Mammal 2: Because...of all...THE ICE!!
    Freaky Mammal 1: Well, things just got a little chillier.
  • The Iron Giant:
    • "There are two kinds of metal in this yard: scrap and art. If ya gotta eat one of 'em, eat the scrap. What you currently have IN YOUR MOUTH IS ART!"
    • "Biggest thing around here is probably the prom queenOH MY GOD!!!"
    • "Oh my God....uh...Ohhh my God, we uh thank you for the food that mom has put in front of us and STOP!!! -th..the Devil! From doing bad things...and uh GET OUT OF HERE!!! ...Satan? GO! GO! that we may live in peace. Amen."
    • "I'm challenged all right, I'M CHALLENGED TO HOLD ON TO MY LUNCH MONEY, because of all the big mooses who wanna pound me because I'm a shrimpy dork who thinks he's smarter than them."
  • Kung Fu Panda 2: The wicked peacock Shen does this to his wolves to get his fleet ready. He even whispers to them before screaming it out.
    Shen: Get the wolves ready. We're loading the ships now. NOW! NOW! NOW! NOW! NOW!
  • While singing to the hyenas in The Lion King (1994), Scar suddenly drops his calm facade to show his underlying rage.
    The future is littered with prizes
    And though I'm the main addressee.
    The point that I must emphasize is
    Long...Live... THE KING!(slaps Mufasa off the cliff and into the wildebeest stampede).
  • Sebastian in The Little Mermaid:
    Sebastian: What is all this!?
    Ariel: It, err... It's just my... collection.
    Sebastian: [chuckling] Oh, I see. Your collection. Hmm... IF YOUR FATHER KNEW ABOUT THIS PLACE, HE'D— (Flounder cuts him off)
  • Madagascar: The following exchange happens when Alex, Gloria, and Melman catch up to Marty as he attempts to leave for Connecticut at Grand Central Station.
    Alex: Oh, I'm so glad we found you.
    Gloria: We were so worried about you!
    Marty: Don't worry, I'm fine, I'm fine. Look at me, I'm fine.
    Alex: You're fine? Oh, he's fine! Oh, great. Hey, you hear that, Marty's fine. That's good to know, 'cause I was just wondering...HOW COULD YOU DO THIS TO US, MARTY?! I THOUGHT WE WERE YOUR FRIENDS!!!
  • In Monsters, Inc., Mike does this at least three times:
    • First when he pretends to be a radio host while Sulley is sleeping in bed (Meta note: The producers had wanted something to lead up to the morning workout montage, so they let Billy Crystal cook up something. He delivered this gem):
      Mike: Hey! Good morning, Monstropolis. It's now five after the hour of 6:00 A.M. in the big monster city. Temperature's a balmy 65 degrees - which is good news for you reptiles - and it looks like it's gonna be a perfect day to maybe, hey, just lie in bed, sleep in, or simply... WORK OUT THAT FLAB THAT'S HANGIN' OVER THE BED!! GET UP, SULLEY!!!" (cue air horn)
    • Later as Boo is getting sleepy:
      Sulley: Mike? I think she's getting tired.
      Mike: Well, then why don't you find someplace for it to sleep...WHILE I THINK OF A PLAN!
    • Then as Sulley doesn't think Boo's dangerous, Mike's not so convinced:
      Sulley: Hey, Mike, this might sound crazy, but I don't think that kid's dangerous.
      Mike: Really? Let's keep it. I always wanted a pet THAT COULD KILL ME!
    • Randall also frequently does this.
      Randall: (to Fungus) If I don't see a new door in my station in 5 seconds, I will personally put you THROUGH THE SHREDDER!!!
  • Georgette in Oliver & Company, when she catches Oliver eating from her bowl.
    Well, it may be Jenny's house, but everything from the doorknobs down IS MINE!
  • A few instances in Peter Pan, and all directed at Mr. Smee:
    • The first one occurs when Hook guns down one of his own men while singing, which Smee tells him is not good form:
      Hook: Good form, Mr. Smee? BLAST GOOD FORM! DID PAN SHOW "GOOD FORM" WHEN HE DID (holds up hook) THIS TO ME?!?
    • The second time happens when, Peter, imitating Hook, tries to trick Smee into taking Princess Tiger Lily back to the Indians, after the real Hook ordered him not to:
      Peter-as-Hook: For the last time, Mr. Smee, take the princess back to her people! UNDERSTAND?!?!?
      Smee: (very much subdued after being startled like that) Aye, aye, sir.
    • The third time occurs when Hook spots Smee leaving his quarters to set a course for the Spanish Main (which he claims is their hiding place) and stops him:
      Hook: And where do you think you are going?
      Smee: To tell the boys we sails with the tide, sir.
      Hook: You will go ashore, pick up Tinker Bell, and bring her to me. UNDERSTAND?!
      Smee: (saluting) Aye, aye, sir!
    • Finally, in the sequel, Return To Neverland, there's this:
      Hook: Mr. Smee? Be a good fellow and fix the plank SO I CAN MAKE YOU WALK IT!
  • In Quest for Camelot: Ruber is prone to these.
    • Before he goes into a violent rage in a meeting with the knights of the round table:
      Ruber: Then it's time for the new king and I vote for me.
      Sir Lionel: I will not serve a false king.
      Ruber: Then serve... A DEAD ONE!
    • When threatening Juliana with Kayley's life after she refuses to help him with his plan to take over Camelot:
    Ruber: I think you'll find you WON'T BE ABLE TO RESIST!
    • When learning that Excalibur is lost in the forbidden forest:
      Ruber: The Forbidden Forest.
      Griffin: Precisely, master.
      Ruber: Have I told you today, how magnificently and totally worth-LESS YOU ARE?!!
    • Also, when cornering Kayley in the courtyard where the stone was during the final battle:
      Ruber: You're in the way, just like your father! Since you're dying... to BE LIKE HIM! Let's see if I CAN HELP YOU OUT!!
  • Ratatouille: When Skinner questions his sous chef how Linguini could have changed the recipe if he had tasted it.
    "Because he changed it AS IT WAS GOING OUT THE DOOR!"
    • This also happens when Colette lectures Linguini on cooking:
      Colette: (sweetly) Keep your station clear, (not so sweetly) or I WILL KILL YOU!
  • Recess: School's Out: Dr. Phillium Benedict, also voiced by James Woods.
    Benedict: I want this machine working at full power by tomorrow morning. DO I MAKE MY I MAKE MYSELF CLEAR?!
    Scientist: Y-Y-Y-Yes, sir!
    Benedict: Oh, dear! I got spittle on my lapel!
  • Madame Medusa in The Rescuers when coercing Penny go down into the cave to retrieve the diamond by taking her teddy bear hostage.
    "You get down there and find the big diamond OR YOU WILL NEVER SEE THAT TEDDY AGAIN!!!"
    • Happens in the sequel, The Rescuers Down Under as well.
      Cody: [pounding on the cage] Let me outta here!! Let me go!! You can't do this!! Help! Help! Help!
      McLeach: Breaker, breaker, little mate. I forgot to tell ya around here, you need to be QUIET!!! ...or the rangers might hear you.
  • Shrek 2: Shrek does this to Donkey during the carriage ride to Far Far Away.
    Shrek: For five minutes, could you not be yourself? FOR FIVE MINUTES?!
  • A couple of examples from the Toy Story series:
    • From the first movie: "He's not a space ranGER!"
      • Also: "I hate to break up the staff meeting, but...THEY'RE HERE! BIRTHDAY GUESTS AT THREE O'CLOCK!"
      • Additionally: "YOU. ARE. A. TOOOOOY!"
      • Buzz says the same thing to Woody in the second movie, except he plays the trope straight: "You. Are. A TOY!"
      • "Ha ha ha ha, that's very funny, Buzz. THIS IS SERIOUS!
    • From the third movie: "He was putting you IN THE ATTIC!"
  • Silver from Treasure Planet.
    Silver: (Talking to his pirate crew) Now, if ya' pardon my plain speakin', gentlemen, are ya' all (Draws out a cutlass) STARK-RAVIN' TOTALLY BLINKIN' DAFT?!!!
    • Later, on Treasure Planet with Jim and Morph
      Silver: Morph, hop to it. (Morph refuses) NOW!!
  • In Turning Red, Mei starts shouting mid-sentence as she suddenly comes to the conclusion that her ancestor cursed her family.
    Mei: Are ... you ... SERIOUS?! IT'S A CURSE!
  • Zootopia:
    • Lionheart does it while discussing animals going feral with a doctor.
      Lionheart: Hmm, great idea, tell the public. And how do you think they're gonna feel about their mayor, WHO IS A LION?!
    • Nick does this during his Armor-Piercing Question to Judy after the press conference.
      Nick: Do you think I might go nuts? Think I'll go savage? Do you think I might try to... EAT YOU?!
  • Ralph Breaks the Internet: JP Spamley does this whenever he summons GORD! GORD! who then instantly appears behind his visitors.
  • In Space Jam, after telling Michael Jordan why they've brought him to Looney Tune Land, Bugs sums it up with:
    Bugs Bunny: Eh, what I'm trying to say is...WE NEED YOUR HEEEEEELLLLLLLPPPPPPPPP!
  • Baby Herman's mother does this in the in-universe Roger Rabbit shorts of Who Framed Roger Rabbit:
    Mrs. Herman: (Sweetly) Mommy's going to the beauty parlor, darling. Of course, I'm leaving you with your favorite friend Roger. He's going to take very good care of you, because, if he doesn't... (Fiercely) He's going back to the science lab!
  • The Chief Blue Meanie from Yellow Submarine after the Beatles bring Pepperland back to color and life:
    My dear friends...let us not forget that Heaven is blue. TOMORROW THE WORLD!!!

    Films — LIVE-ACTION! 
  • Happens in Ace Ventura, when Ace exposed Lois Einhorn as Ray Finkle in disguise.
    Ace: But if I am mistaken...if the lieutenant is indeed a woman, as she claims to be...then, my friend, she is suffering from the worst case of hemorrhoids I HAVE EVER SEEN!!! THAT'S why Roger Podactor is dead! HE FOUND CAPTAIN WINKIE!!!
  • In Apollo 13, after being told that Ken Mattingly is scrubbed from the mission two days before liftoff because he has been exposed to measles and might get ill during the flight, Jim Lovell doesn't react well.
    Jim: I've been training for the Fra Mauro Highlands, and FLIGHT SURGEON HORSESHIT, DEKE!"
  • In the first Austin Powers film, when Powers gets thawed out:
    Austin Powers: WHO ARE THESE PEOPLE?
    Basil Exposition: The shouting is a temporary side effect of the unfreezing.
    Austin Powers: Yes... I'm having difficulty controlling THE VOLUME OF MY VOICE.
    • A Running Gag with Frau Farbissina is her inability to give an order without shouting the last part.
      "Bring in the fem-BOTS!
  • Bad Boys II: Johnny Tapia when expressing his disappointment of the painting of him posing like Jesus Christ.
    Johnny Tapia: (After his daughter tells him about Jesus would be crucified) Crucified? Hold your ears. (Turn to his painters) Hey you, listen to me! THIS IS FUCKING DEPRESSING!
  • Bruce Wayne goes ballistic in the apartment scene in Batman (1989) when the Joker comes calling.
    Bruce Wayne: You want to know what happened to this guy, Jack? Well...he made mistakes...and then he had his...[smashes a vase before exploding]...AND THEN HE HAD HIS LIGHTS OUT! NOW YOU WANT TO GET NUTS?! COME ON! Let's get nuts!
  • Batman Forever: Riddler does this during his first meeting with Two-Face, when the latter gets exasperated by Riddler's non-stop flattery and shoots into the ceiling to make him get to the point.
    Riddler: Has anybody ever told you that you have a SERIOUS IMPULSE CONTROL PROBLEM?!
  • The Big Lebowski: Multiple instances throughout, for example:
    The Dude: Hey man, nothing is fucked here...
    The Big Lebowski: Nothing is FUCKED?
    The Dude: No...
    • And this one:
      Walter: (drawing a pistol) Mark it zero, Smokey, or you're in a world of pain.
      Smokey: (starts stammering)
      Walter: A world of pain.
      Smokey: Dude; - h-he's your partner -
      Walter: (stands up brandishing the pistol threateningly) Has the whole world gone CRAZY? AM I THE ONLY ONE AROUND HERE WHO GIVES A SHIT ABOUT THE RULES? MARK IT ZERO!
    • and...
      Walter: Saturday is Shabbos, the Jewish day of rest. Means I don't work, I don't drive a car, I don't fucking ride in a car, I don't handle money, I don't turn on the oven, and I sure as shit DON'T FUCKING ROLL! SHOMER SHABBOS!
    • In other words, it's pretty much Walter's defining trait.
  • Blazing Saddles: When the soft-spoken schoolmarm of Rock Ridge gets up to deliver a speech, the residents complain that they can't hear her. After mumbling out an apology, she begins shouting in a piercing voice, causing the audience to recoil in pain.
  • The Boondock Saints. Agent Smecker's epic flipout when he discovers that the blood evidence found at the scene of the Saint's latest shootout is useless to Forensics:
    Smecker: They used ammonia! None of this is any good—FUCK!! YOU KNOW WHAT THIS MEANS?! EVEN IF WE GET SUSPECTS IN THIS CASE, WE'VE GOT NOTHING, NOTHING, NOTHING! FUCK! WHO THE FUCK ARE THEY?! I've never seen anything like this in my FUCKING LIFE! WHO THE FUCK ARE THEY?!
  • The Bullfighters has a scene where Richard K. Muldoon was remembering the flashback when he framed on the crime he did not commit.
    Richard K. Muldoon: "No, Sir. I was bailed out of prison. But I lost my home, my wife divorced me. I lost my fortune, everything! THOSE TWO BLOODHOUNDS RUINED MY LIFE! I HAD TO FLEE TO NEW MEXICO TO START LIFE ANEW! But I will get those guys if it's the last thing I do! And when I do catch them, I am going to skin them ALIVE! First the little guy, then the big guy! I WILL SKIN THEM BOTH ALIVE!"
  • Cast Away: This bit of dialog happens when Chuck tells Wilson the volleyball that he's making ready to leave the island for good:
    Chuck: We might just make it. Did that thought ever cross your brain? Well, regardless, I would rather take my chance out there on the ocean, than to stay here and die on this shithole island, spending the rest of my life talking TO A GODDAMN VOLLEYBALL!!!
  • In The Cat in the Hat, Joan's boss Mr. Humberfloob has this as his Verbal Tic.
    Humberfloob: Joan, let me make this perfectly clear. If your house is as messy as last time... YOU'RE FIIIIIIRRRRRRRREEEE-D!
  • Cats & Dogs: Mr. Tinkles pulls this off during a discussion with his henchman Calico, out of annoyance that even though their ninjas failed their mission, they managed to bug the Brodys' phone, so they should "look at the glass as half-full."
    Mr. Tinkles: Oh, putting a happy face on things. What an interesting philosophy. At what point did you forget that WE'RE TRYING TO TAKE OVER THE WORLD?!
  • The White Witch's reaction to Edmund Pevensie in The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe when she discovers he has returned to her without any of his brothers and sisters:
    White Witch: Tell me, your sisters, are they deaf?
    Edmund: ...No.
    White Witch: And your brother... unintelligent?
    Edmund: Well, I think so, but Mum says-
    White Witch: Then how dare you come alone!
  • In Clue when Mr. Boddy is found dead in the hallway:
    Wadsworth: That's what we're trying to find out! We're trying to find out WHO killed him, and WHERE, and with WHAT!
    Professor Plum: There's no need to shout!
    Wadsworth: I'M NOT SHOUTING!
    [Guests stare at him pointedly]
    Wadsworth: All right, I am! I'm shouting, I'm shouting, I'm shout...
    [candlestick falls from above and hits him on the head]
  • Confessions of a Shopaholic: Suz, upon finding out Rebecca lost her specially-given bridesmaid dress.
    Rebecca: Suz, that I can absolutely explain.
    Suz: Okay, explain.
    Rebecca: Oh...(stay silent).
    Suz: EXPLAIN!
  • In The Dark Knight, Harvey Dent/Two-Face is nearly always doing this.
    • During Joker's handheld video threat to Batman with a captured Brian Douglas, he continues to address Brian in his usual low-volume mock-playful Joker voice until he gets really loud for the first time in the film, and it is unnerving, especially since he's off-screen so there's no warning it's coming.
      So you think Batman has made Gotham a better place? Look at me....LOOK AT ME!!!
  • Dear Evan Hansen: When Evan accidentally laughs at another student comparing Connor's hairstyle to a shooter, Connor notices this. It leads to this exchange.
    Connor: You think that's funny?
    Evan: What? No. Not-not at all.
    Connor: Then STOP LAUGHING!
  • Twice in Diary of a Wimpy Kid:
    Patty: Don't be such a wuss, Heffley! MAKE YOUR MOVE!
    Rodrick: On Halloween night, you can still hear the demonic laughter of the devil worshipper ghosts as they roam the woods, looking for more kids... TO SACRIFICE!
  • Dirty Rotten Scoundrels: Lawrence is showing Freddie all of the things he spends his money on - a wine cellar full of wine he never drinks, a garden, and a statue he's restored - when Freddie feels the need to interrupt.
    Freddie: May I say something here?
    Lawrence: Of course.
  • Ed Wood: On the set of Glen or Glenda, a crew member asks Bela Lugosi for an autograph, who is kindly obliging when said member brings up Bela being rival Boris Karloff's "sidekick" in a previous movie:
    Bela: ...Karloff...? Side-kick...!? [throws back the pen and paper] FUCK YOU!! Boris Karloff does not deserve to smell my SHIT! That limey cocksucker can rot in HELL for all I care!
  • Empire Records: This memorable exchange:
    Corey: Joe, I have to bring Rex his lunch.
    Joe: Berko is.
    Corey: Joe, I need to bring him his lunch.
    Joe: Berko is.
    Joe: (cowed) All right.
    Corey: (smiling) Thanks, Joe.
  • A memorable one from Fear (1996), when David goes crazy and tries to get into the Walkers' house.
    David: It all could have been different, Mr. Walker. You should have allowed nature to take its course. In the end, it will anyway... SO LET ME IN THE FUCKING HOUSE!
  • The Football Factory: After he, Rod King and Billy Bright are arrested and taken to court for attacking Stoke City fans, Tommy Johnson has an Imagine Spot of Bright attacking the court judge, which leads to this:
    Judge: What's wrong with you, Bright? You're 40 years old and still you offend persistently. I see children in this court with more common sense than you.
    Billy: What d'you say!?
    Judge: Don't you dare answer me with that insolent tongue of yours, you fat fucking slob!
  • Forrest Gump: Forrest directs one at Jenny's abusive boyfriend.
    Forrest: You know what I think Jenny. I think you should go back home to GREENBOW ALABAMA!
  • Jenny from Famine talks like this all the time. And yes, her classmates and teachers think there is something terribly wrong with her because of it.
  • Gettysburg. The mild-mannered Confederate general Lee is giving a Disappointed in You speech to his cavalry commander Jeb Stuart, who went off on a raid instead of scouting for the enemy, leading to near disaster when the Federal army came on them unexpectedly. Stuart wants to duel those officers who've criticized him. Lee replies quietly, "We have no time for that, sir." When Stuart persists in this Honor Before Reason, Lee erupts: "I HAVE TOLD YOU THERE IS NO TIME FOR THAT — THERE IS NO TIME!"
  • In The Godfather, Michael Corleone is an intense but normally soft-spoken man. But when recounting an assassination attempt he barely escaped from, he all but explodes:
  • In Goodfellas, the then-13-year-old Henry Hill is confronted by his father over the letter from school saying he hasn't been attending classes for the past few months. At first, Henry Sr. reveals the accusations in a calm, laid-back tone, before screaming at the top of his lungs as he proceeds to mercilessly beat his son for his truancy.
    Henry Sr.: Tell me about this? It's a letter from school. Says you haven't been there in months. (pause) IN MONTHS!!! YOU THINK YOU'RE SO SMART?!!? YOU WANNA GROW UP TO BE A BUM??!???''
  • Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix: Bellatrix voices her displeasure with Harry's lack of fear of Voldemort rather loudly.
    Bellatrix: You dare speak his name... YOU FILTHY HALF BLOOD!
  • In the Line of Fire:
    Mitch Leary: Do you know how easily I could kill you, Frank? Do you know how many times I watched you go in and out of that apartment? You are still alive because I have allowed you to live so you show me some GODDAMN RESPECT!
  • The Jungle Book (2016) has Shere Khan's response to Akela's announcement that Mowgli has left the pack for the man-village, which doubles as a Pre-Mortem One-Liner.
    Shere Kahn: Well, I guess it's done then. Unless I can draw him BACK OUT!
  • In Jupiter Ascending, when Balem Abrasax isn't whispering, he's shouting. Transcends into Villainous Breakdown by the end.
    Balem: Bring her to me NOW!
  • The Karate Kid Part III: After making Daniel's knuckles bleed through the wooden dummy exercise, Terry Silver starts to go bombastic and scares Daniel into pushing him past his limits:
    Silver: This blood... So what, make believe that's his! This guy wants to break you! HUMILIATE YOU! STOMP YOU INTO THE GROUND!!! NOW, WHAT ARE YOU GONNA DO ABOUT IT?!
    Daniel: Nail him!
    Silver: THEN, DO IT!
  • Kill Bill: O-Ren Ishii gets like this after cutting off Tanaka's head:
    O-Ren: The price you pay for bringing up either my Chinese or American heritage as a negative is... I collect your fucking head. JUST like this fucker here. Now, if any of you sons of bitches GOT ANYTHING ELSE TO SAY, NOW'S THE FUCKING TIME!!!!
  • Kiss Kiss Bang Bang. Harmony, still pissed off at Harry, ignores his revelation on the case and slams her door (unknowingly) onto his fingers; cut to him leaving the hospital:
    Harmony: She sent you to that exact spot!
    Harry: That whole thing is wild. You know what else is nuts? THAT YOU CUT OFF MY FINGER!
  • The Ladykillers (1955):
    Professor Marcus: Major, Major, Major... CALM DOWN!
  • In Let It Ride, Jay Trotter (Richard Dreyfuss), a down-on-his-luck cab driver, overhears a tape his friend and co-worker Looney recorded of a horse trainer insisting a horse is a sure thing in a race the following morning, and decides to bet what little money he has on the horse, Charity, to win. As they're walking towards the betting window, Looney asks if he really thinks the horse can win:
    Trotter: Do I really think Charity can win?
    Looney: Yeah.
    Trotter: (chuckling) Well, I am walking around in yesterday's suit.
    Looney: Yeah.
    Trotter: And I do recall just recently telling my wife that I was going to stop gambling, and that I was going to move back home right after work. If I listen closely, I can hear my wife tell our attorney, "Go for his balls." And you're really asking me if I think Charity can win?
    Looney: Yeah.
    Trotter: (grabs Looney by the front of his shirt) YES! I THINK CHARITY CAN WIN! (walks off)
    Looney: Well, I think Charity's gonna lose by a nose!
  • The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe:
    Jadis: Tell me, Edmund. Are your sisters deaf?
    Edmund: No.
    Jadis: And your brother, is he unintelligent?
    Edmund: Well, I think so. But Mum says...
  • Barry the Baptist, The Dragon to Loan Shark Hatchet Harry in Lock, Stock & Two Smoking Barrels, when dealing with Gary and Dean, two Stupid Crooks from Liverpool.
    Dean: There was a couple of old hammer-lock muskets the butler was carrying, but they were ours- we sold 'em!
    Barry: Well, you'd better un-sell 'em, sharpish.
    Dean: We had to sell 'em! We needed the money!
    Barry: I'M NOT FUCKING INTERESTED!!! If you don't want to be countin' the fingers you haven't got, or sharing a bed with the Antichrist, I want those guns! QUICK!!
    • Also Dog, once he reaches his Rage Breaking Point with his men saying that them getting robbed of their own ill-gotten drugs and money is "a problem."
    Dog: I'd say it's more than a problem. I'd say it's the Mount fucking Everest of problems! And the reason it's such a MON-FUCKING-STROSITY OF A PROBLEM IS, YOU LOT DON'T HAVE THE FIRST CLUE WHO FUCKING DID THIS, DO YA?!
  • General Zod in Man of Steel promises in his trial that he WILL FIND HIM! Him being Superman.
  • Marvel Cinematic Universe:
    • The Avengers:
      • Earlier in the film, Bruce Banner in his troll-ish moment to pretend he's gonna start Hulking Out:
        Bruce: [in low deadpan tone] [Fury] needs me in a cage?
        Natasha: No-one's gonna put you in...
        Bruce: STOP LYING TO ME!
        Natasha: [freaks out and draws her gun]
        Bruce: [chuckles, looks obviously amused and satisfied] I'm sorry, that was mean, I just wanted to see what you'd do.
      • Loki, when he is commanding a group of people in Stuttgart to kneel:
        Loki: Kneel before me! I said... KNEEEEL!
    • In Guardians of the Galaxy (2014), we get an example of this from Rocket, tired of people criticizing his escape plan (as he'd escaped from 22 prisons before). He then goes back to speaking normally.
    Rocket: I got one plan and that plan requires a frickin' Quarnex battery so FIGURE IT OUT!... Can I get back to it?
  • Master and Commander. Dr Maturin gets annoyed when his friend Captain Aubrey has to sail off after the French privateer, breaking his promise to let Maturin have a few days exploring the Galapagos Islands. Their conversation gets more and more heated until the captain cuts it off by shouting, "WE DO NOT HAVE TIME FOR YOUR DAMNED HOBBIES, SIR!"
  • In Matchstick Men, Roy does this to someone who bothers him after he cuts in line. Guess who plays him.
    Man in Line: Hey, ever heard of a line?
    Roy: Hey, ya ever been dragged into the sidewalk and beaten until you mmmPISSED BLOOD?!
  • Moulin Rouge!:
    • "It's not that I'm a jealous man... I just DON'T LIKE OTHER PEOPLE TOUCHING MY THINGS!!!!
    • "Never fall in love with a woman who sells herself. It always ends BAD!!!"
  • The Muppet Movie: As the Muppets set up their studio for the finale:
    Bunsen: Sound is ready. Give me a level.
    (Animal walks up to the mic.)
    Animal: TESTING!
    (Bunsen is visibly shaken and smoke is coming out of his headphones.)
    Bunsen: Oh...
    (Animal laughs.)
  • The Muppet Christmas Carol has Scrooge Suddenly shouting at bookkeeper rats.
    Scrooge: And how does one spend one's Christmas ON THE UNEMPLOYMENT LINE?
  • Muppet Treasure Island Piggy/Benjamina does it when lecturing Kermit/Smollett about leaving her at the altar.
    Benjamina: My mother came all the way from France. I was wearing her white lace dress. The cake was filled with LEMON! CUSTARD!
  • {{Napoléon (1955) Napoléon]] by Sacha Guitry: The titular character visits a close friend, Lannes (Jean Gabin), Marshal of the Empire, mortally wounded on the battlefield. Lannes can barely whisper. However, just as Emperor Napoléon Bonaparte leaves the room, Lannes sees wounded soldiers around. He then asks Napoleon to come closer, points at the wounded and yells "ENOUGH!" The narrator, Talleyrand, laments that Napoleon didn't take that advice.
  • National Treasure: Book of Secrets, on the heels of Patrick Gates meeting his ex-wife and it not going well:
    Ben Gates: At least we know where the rest of the plank is.
    Patrick Gates: What? You know where it is? Why didn't you tell me?
    Ben Gates: Because, obviously, you have a tendency to OVERREACT!
  • The Night of the Grizzly: Jed Curry has a habit of speaking calmly for a few sentences and then bellowing at people once he's mad.
  • Nothing but Trouble: Judge Valkenheiser seems to be just a soft-spoken, senile old judge but when the foursome before him don't take him seriously and see the proceedings as a mere formality, he suddenly jumps out of his chair and raises his voice to scare them.
  • Operation Petticoat: Captain Sherman uses this twice to startle crewmen that are not doing their jobs. The first is with Lieutenant Holden, whom he finds lounging about in his cabin.
    Sherman: This war must be rather inconvenient for you, eh, Mister Holden?
    Holden: I try to make the best of it, sir.
    Sherman: Oh, yes, and you do. Indeed you do. Now I know you're unfamiliar with the way the Navy functions at sea... (pauses to decline a cigarette, and then lights a cigarette for Holden while he's talking) ... but here, we all work together, we all eat together, and just so that you won't upset that system, I'm afraid you'll have to do it our way. Now YOU'VE GOT EXACTLY THREE MINUTES TO GET OFF YOUR FAT MATTRESS, GET DRESSED, AND REPORT TO MISTER WATSON!
    (cue Holden, full deer-in-headlights mode, ditching the cigarette and scrambling to get dressed)
    • The second time is with pharmacist's mate Duly, who is faking illness to get attention from the nurses aboard.
      Duly: (after being asked what's wrong) I don't know, sir. I only hope I can last the day out.
      Sherman: Awww... (exchanges a look with the nurse) UP, DULY!!
      (cue Duly sitting up so fast that his head strikes the piping hanging from the deckhead)
  • Pacific Rim, when Raleigh makes the mistake of trying to argue with his superior officer:
    Marshal Pentecost: Do not let my calm demeanour fool you, RANGER!! NOW is not a good moment for your insubordination!
    • Inverted in one case, when Pentecost had to yell, then lower his voice to break up a squabble between the two PPDC scientists Dr. Gottlieb, and Dr. Geiszler on their conflicting theories about the Kaiju.
    Marshal Pentecost: YOU!!!! SHUT UP!! You! Keep talking.
  • Paths of Glory. Colonel Dax's epic "The Reason You Suck" Speech to his commanding officer.
    "I apologize for not being entirely honest with you. I apologize for not revealing my true feelings. I apologize, sir, for not telling you sooner that you're a degenerate, sadistic old man. AND YOU CAN GO TO HELL BEFORE I APOLOGIZE TO YOU NOW OR EVER AGAIN!"
  • The Phantom does this several times in the 1962 version of The Phantom of the Opera, making Christine noticeably flinch at one point.
    "You will be the greatest star the opera has ever known. GREATER THAN THE GREATEST!!!"
  • The basic shtick of Laverne Hooks from the Police Academy series. She's normally a soft-soften (some would say meek) woman, but cross her Rage Breaking Point and you suddenly learn she's Cute, but Cacophonic. A good example from the beginning of Police Academy 3 when she's trying to address the new recruits on the bus:
    Hooks: Please, sit down. Sit down. Please, um um um...
    (Recruits ignore her and continue to chatter.)
    (Everyone instantly complies.)
    Hooks: That's a lot better.
  • Happens in Predator 2.
    Phil: I put my ass on the line to get you here, and all I expect is a little COOPERATION!!!
  • The Producers: Both Bialystock and Bloom are prone to this.
    Max: Bloom, I'm drowning. Other men sail through life, Bialystock has struck a reef. Bloom, I'm going under. I'm condemned by a society that demands success when all I can offer is failure. Bloom, I'm reaching out to you. Don't send me to prison... HEEELLP!
  • The Professional provides one of the most famous examples of this, courtesy of a wonderfully hammy - and ad-libbed! - performance from Gary Oldman.
    Norman Stansfield: I told you. Benny, bring me everyone.
    Benny: What do you mean “everyone”?
    Norman Stansfield: EVERYONNNE!
  • Prometheus: The otherwise taciturn and soft-spoken Fifield gets annoyed and starts to leave the cave when the crew stumbles across some decapitated alien corpses:
    Look, I'm just a geologist. I like rocks, I love rocks. It's clear you two don't give a shit about rocks, but what you do seem to care about is gigantic dead bodies, and I don't really have anything to contribute in the gigantic dead body arena! I'm gonna go back to the ship, if you don't mind.
  • The Graverobber from Repo! The Genetic Opera has a hell of a time with this during "21st Century Cure".
    It's quick!... It's clean... And it's pure. It could change your life, rest assured. It's the 21st Century... Cure! And it's my job... To steal and rob... GRAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAVES!!!!
  • Santa Claus: The Movie: BZ's nigh-memetic outburst when it's proposed that the toys Patch plans to make for him be given away...
    BZ: [after some long choking] ...FOR FRRREEEEEEEEEEE!?
  • Scanners: Revok doesn't take Vale's "Not So Different" Remark very well.
    Revok: No, I'm not like him. LIKE REVOK! DARRYL REVOK!
  • Scary Movie 3:
    George: (quietly) Sue?
    Sue: Yes?
    George: You know your teacher, Miss Brenda?
    Sue: Yeah.
    Sue: My dog's dead?
  • Scream (1996):
    • Ghostface's seemingly normal, if creepy, conversation with Sidney takes a very quick turn for the hostile when Sidney tries to hang up the phone, at which point he screams "IF YOU HANG UP ON ME YOU'LL DIE, JUST LIKE YOUR MOTHER!"
    • A more humorous example comes when Gale's cameraman Kenny fails to fetch the video camera from the news van in time for Gale to conduct an interview.
      Gale: Look, Kenny, I know you're about fifty pounds overweight, but when I say "hurry", please interpret that as "MOVE YOUR FAT, TUB-OF-LARD ASS, NOW!"
  • She-Devil: Mary Fisher lost her usual ladylike composure when her mother exposes her real age.
    Mrs Fisher: Bullshit! I remember everything. I remember when you were just a teenager...
    Mary: THAT'S IT, Mother. Nobody’s interested in what you remember, so just SHUT UP!
  • At the end of Smokey and the Bandit, where Sheriff Justice and the Bandit are in virtual arm's length and communicate by C.B. radio:
    Bandit: Before I tell you where I am, I just want to tell you something. You must be part coon dog. 'Cause I've been chased by the best of 'em but you make 'em all look like they're running in slow motion. Just want to tell you that.
    Justice: (a little humbled) Well, thank you kindly, Mr. Bandit. And may I just say that as the pursuer, you're about the God damndest pursuee I ever pursued. Now that the mutual bullshit is over...WHERE ARE YOU, YOU SOMBITCH??!!
  • Norman Osborn in Spider-Man when Oscorp's board of directors forces him to step down.
    Norman: You can't do this to me! [laughs] I started this company! YOU KNOW HOW MUCH I SACRIFICED!?
  • Stand and Deliver is a docudrama about a group of Latino-American high school students who all passed (and, in some cases, received top scores on) the AP Calculus test, only for the Educational Testing Service to question the results because they claim there's irregularities. Jaime Escalante, the teacher of these students, goes to visit the two representatives of the ETS, and things are polite at first, but then grows into a standoff, and Escalante accuses them of questioning the results of the test only because the students are Latino-American, which sets Ramirez, one of the representatives, off:
    Ramirez: No one has the right to accuse me of racism. NO ONE HAS THE RIGHT TO ACCUSE ME OF RACISM!
  • Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan:
    Khan: Admiral Kirk sent seventy of us into exile on this barren sand heap with only the contents of these cargo bays to sustain us.
    Chekov: You Lie! On Ceti Alpha V there was life, a fair chance-
    Khan: THIS IS CETI ALPHA V!!! Ceti Alpha VI exploded six months after we were left here. The shock shifted the orbit of this planet and everything was laid waste.
  • Used to tear-jerky effect in Star Trek V: The Final Frontier when Doctor McCoy is forced to relive when he euthanized his severely-ailing father. It turns out that he needn't have done so, because...
    McCoy: Not long after, they found a cure. A GODDAMN CURE!
  • An exchange in Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines has the T-850 suddenly raising its voice while kidnapping Katherine Brewster:
    T-850: When ruptured, the fuel cells become unstable. Relax.
    T-850: RELAX!
  • The Thing (1982). Garry (the station commander) was tied down in case he was one of the Things. He has just been proved to be human and not a Thing, but he's still annoyed.
    Garry: I know you gentlemen have been through a lot, but when you find the time, I'd rather not spend the rest of this winter TIED TO THIS FUCKING COUCH!
  • Happens in The Towering Inferno, right as Roberts reports the fire to Duncan on the phone.
    Roberts: Will Giddings has been pretty badly burned.
    Duncan Will Giddings burned? How?
    Roberts: I've already got an ambulance coming, but you better think about getting those people upstairs and you on the ground floor. ... "What for?!" We've got a FIRE HERE!!!
  • Tropic Thunder: Les Grossman is prone to this on occasion.
    Les: First, take a big step back and literally FUCK YOUR OWN FACE!
  • Twins: "For the first time in my life, I'm...PISSED OFF!"
  • Happens in UHF.
    George Newman: Okay. Right now I'd like to show you one of my favorite cartoons. It's a sad, depressing story about a pathetic coyote who spends every waking moment of his life in the futile pursuit of a sadistic roadrunner, who MOCKS him and LAUGHS at him as he's repeatedly CRUSHED AND MAIMED! Hope you ENJOY IT!!!
  • Undercover Brother. A member of a trio of security guards calls Lance a sissy. Lance shrieks "I am not A SISSY!" and opens up a can of whup-ass on the guards, including ripping out one guard's spine Predator style.
  • In Vanilla Sky, when David, after his accident, is given a facial mask, but is told it's an "aesthetic regenerative shield".
    Doctor: It's a helpful unit.
    David: Good. Because for a minute there, I thought we were talking about a FUCKING MASK!
  • Warcraft (2016) has Lothar failing at convincing the guard that he has calmed down:
    Lothar: (calmly) But I've cooled down now. So if you can open the gate, so I can protect the King.
    Guard: *shakes his head*
    Lothar: OPEN THE GATE!
  • In Waterworld, Helen is trapped on a boat with Kevin Costner's character, The Mariner, and starts getting crabby because she wants "some FOOD!"
  • After Robbie was jilted at the altar in The Wedding Singer and discusses this with the Runaway Bride, she brings up several reasons to leave him. Robbie, not pleased, brings this classic Adam Sandler moment:
    "Once again, things that could have been brought to my attention YESTERDAY!"
    ”Well, I have a microphone and you don’t, SO YOU WILL LISTEN TO EVERY DAMN WORD I HAVE TO SAY!!!”
  • You Only Live Twice features the only time Blofeld raises his voice to someone. "KILL BOND, NOW!"

    Literary WORKS! 
  • In Animal Farm, after the first windmill is destroyed by a strong wind, Napoleon begins a speech for the animals:
    “Comrades,” he said quietly, “do you know who is responsible for this? Do you know the enemy who has come in the night and overthrown our windmill? SNOWBALL!” he suddenly roared in a voice of thunder.
  • The Catcher in the Rye: Holden is a loud boy who is prone to screaming, even if he doesn't intend to. His Sanity Slippage also leads him to scream a lot.
  • In The Divine Comedy, the voices floating through Purgatory's second terrace are at first quiet and soothing, but at a certain point, the voices turn loud as thunder and start following one after another. The difference in volume is a sign that the first voices speak of love to be strived for while the later voices recite examples of envy and hatred to be rejected.
  • Harry Potter:
    • Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire: Fake Moody does this whenever he says "CONSTANT VIGILANCE!"
    • Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix: The infamous scene in Grimmauld Place where Harry starts shouting at Ron and Hermione, rendered as a full page of dialogue in block capitals. It's even a meta example: in the American version, the shouting starts at the top of the page, which means that readers, after getting through a rather sedate conversation, are suddenly assaulted by an eye-searing passage when they turn the page.
  • Taylor Mali's poem "I'll Fight You For The Library" is a series of four letters written by an English teacher who finds out that his classes' reservation of the school library for a project have been cancelled on him by Dr. Richard Blackstone, Dean of Instruction...for an administrative meeting about facility utilization. Mali's reading of the poem emphasizes the teacher's fury at this farce of a situation at several points in the second and third letters, addressed to Dr. Blackstone's secretary and Dr. Blackstone himself.
    I do not care if the library is the only place in the school big enough to hold your meeting — it's also the only place in the school WITH BOOKS!
  • Journey to Chaos: One moment Retis soft-spoken and polite, and then the next "OPEN THE DOOR YOU OLD MUMMY!"
  • In the Revenge of the Sith novelization, Palpatine is normally quite calm. It's a part of his manipulation of Anakin Skywalker that he seems to be breaking down over what he claims is a conspiracy against him.
    "Here—" The Chancellor rummaged around within his desk for a moment, then brought forth a document reader. "Do you know what this is?"
    Anakin recognized the seal Padmé had placed on it. "Yes, sir—that's the Petition of the Two Thousand—"
    "No, Anakin! No!" Palpatine slammed the document reader on his desktop hard enough to make Anakin jump. "It is a roll of traitors."
  • In Mostly Harmless, when Arthur asks a seeress living in a cave for advice, she gives him a sheaf of papers containing her life story, with the most significant decisions highlighted, and advises him that if he just does the opposite, then he won't end up IN A SMELLY OLD CAVE LIKE THIS!
  • In Shadow of the Conqueror, when Ahrek speculates that Dayless the Conqueror might have tried to eliminate his illegitimate offspring, Daylen furiously yells that his "father" never killed any infants. (Meaning that he never killed his own children, and wouldn't harm any infants now.) Ahrek instantly screams back that Dayless killed thousands of infants and children in the Daybreak Massacre alone.

    Live-ACTION TV! 
  • In Battlestar Galactica (2003):
    • The episode arc introducing the Battlestar Pegasus, Colonel Fisk scolds some fighter bay pit crewmembers and some marines that were abusing Tyrol and Helo in the brig. He's mostly exercising Tranquil Fury to intimidate them, but when one of them speaks out of line, he suddenly lets loose with "SHUT YOUR FRAKKING MOUTH!", and then returns to silent anger when dressing them down.
    • In the episode "Epiphanies", the representative of a Cylon sympathizer organization called Demand Peace invokes this after the organization bombs one of the convoy ships.
      Adama: People are dead.
      Royan: I grieve for them, Admiral. And I assure you, the Tylium ship's just a taste of what's in store unless SOMEONE! STARTS! LISTENING!
  • Blake's 7: This happens a lot with Avon, given his demeanor of icy stoicism combined with outbursts of Chewing the Scenery.
  • Buffy the Vampire Slayer
    • Spike does this when Harmony asks one too many stupid questions.
      "Harm, I've been wondering, just for my own curiosity, what's it take to get you to SHUT THE HELL UP?"
    • Willow's werewolf boyfriend Oz has only a singular display of anger throughout the three eventful seasons we see him. It wasn't when everyone else was freaking out at Buffy for skipping town at the end of Season 2, or even after witnessing Willow and Xander making out in the warehouse basement Spike locked them in. In the Season 4 episode "Wild at Heart", Willow is in tears over seeing Oz with another woman, fellow werewolf Veruca, in his cage after one of the nights where he transforms. Totally naked. While Oz explains that he needed to find a way to cage her up, given that she doesn't care about who she kills while in beast form, it doesn't really help his case much, especially given that Veruca did, in a way, succeed in tempting the beast in him. When Oz tells her to leave so he can explain the situation, Veruca feels the need to keep talking, prompting one incredibly loud "NOW" from Oz the likes of which have never been seen (or heard, rather). Even given her dangerously high snark levels, she apparently leaves so quickly that they didn't even need another shot of her to show it.
    • Played seriously in "The Gift". Giles is trying to get Buffy to acknowledge that killing her little sister Dawn may be necessary to save not only the world, but all of reality.
      Buffy: I don't wanna hear it. (turns away)
      Giles: (gently) I understand that—
      Buffy: (whirls back) No! No, you don't understand. We are not talking about this.
      Giles: (jumping up from the table) YES, WE BLOODY WELL ARE!
  • In El Chavo del ocho, sometimes when Quico gets angered at something, he starts talking normally, gradually raising his voice until he says the last words shouting at the top of his lungs (often directly in the ear of his listener).
    Quico: I couldn't see it [a goal in a soccer match], because the very moment they were showing the instant replay, you STOOD RIGHT IN FRONT OF ME AND DIDN'T LET ME SEE ANYTHING!
  • Cheers: Frasier, though not as much as in his spin-off series, when he gets worked up (especially later on in the show's run).
    • Obsessing about his gold card, and on the subject of his honeymoon. "I'm there... I'm in paradise. And I'm paying for the whole shebang with my gold card, which was gladly accepted, and paid for, by a man in a flowered sarong!"
    • Trying to reassure a morose minister. "We're both in the business of helping people. DON'T MAKE ME HIT YOU!"
    • Lilith has been known to do it herself. Since Lilith's usually The Stoic, it's like a volcano going off.
      Lilith: I'll give you "freedom" alright, (grabbing a bowl and preparing to throw it) freedom from your teeth!
      Frasier: NO, Lilith! Not the royal Dalton!
    • In a non-Frasier example, during their vicious argument at the end of season 2, Diane insists the faces Sam is making aren't bothering her. However, he keeps making them as she keeps speaking, and soon Diane shrieks at the top of her lungs for him to stop.
  • Happens quite a lot in Chernobyl, particularly as the supervisors and power plant managers feign ignorance to the true calamity of the situation.
    Sitnikov: I walked around the exterior of Building 4. I think there's graphite on the ground, in the rubble.
    Dyatlov: You didn't see graphite.
    Sitnikov: I did.
    Dyatlov: You didn't. You DIDN'T!!! Because it's NOT THERE!
  • Cracker. A different take on this trope appears in "Men Should Weep". Fitz is complaining about his son's layabout ways.
    "You know Mark, you appear to be a symbol of the Lost Generation. Yes, that could well be the case. The crisis of Western capitalism has deprived you of work, motivation and the will to succeed but personally Mark, personally (cuts to someone listening outside the house to the faint voice of Fitz shouting inside) I think you're a bone-idle git!
  • On Cram, after sixty seconds of listening to facts recited by Miss Pickwick in a soothing setting, the contestants were rudely shouted into getting up by Graham Elwood.
    Graham: Get up, get up! Clock's ticking, clock's ticking!
  • Doctor Who: The Doctor has a knack for this across many of their regenerations.
    • Inverted by Four, who tends to generally shout a lot and suddenly drop into a weird, creepy whisper.
    • Six pretty much embodies this trope.
    • "The Parting of the Ways": Nine, after being told to shut up by the Daleks.
      The Doctor: I'm the Doctor, and if there's one thing I can do, it's talk. I've got five billion languages and you haven't got one way of stopping me. So if anybody's going to shut up, [spins round] IT'S YOU! [two Daleks jerk back in fear] Okeydoke. Where were we?
    • "Daleks in Manhattan": Diagoras, in the line that cements him as a Bad Boss:
      Diagoras: I don't care how cold it is, how tired you are, just get out there AND FINISH THE JOB!
    • "Last of the Time Lords": Ten does this when he's begging the Master to regenerate.
      The Doctor: We're the only two left... I've no-one else... REGENERATE!!
    • Eleven does it when he gets particularly emotional.
      • "The Beast Below":
        "Nobody talk to me. Nobody HUMAN HAS ANYTHING TO SAY TO ME TODAY!"
      • From "A Good Man Goes to War":
        The Doctor: I want you to tell your men to run away. […] Those words, "Run Away", I want you to be famous for those exact words. I want people to call you "Colonel Runaway". I want children laughing outside your door because they've found the house of Colonel Runaway, and when people come to you, and ask if trying to get to ME through THE PEOPLE I LOVE... is in any way a good idea... I want you to tell them your name.
    • "Spyfall": Near the end of part 1, the Master briefly breaks into this in a mixture of satisfaction and irritation when the Doctor attempts to sonic the bomb he's set on Barton's plane:
      "Did you really think I wouldn't make that sonic-proof, Doctor?! Come on!"
  • Drake & Josh: Crazy Steve after Josh tells him that he, Drake, and Yuka have changed their minds about seeing the foreign movie Ick Glockma:
    “Well, it’s gonna be a little problem, see, ’cause when you asked me to find that movie for you, I... I spent five hours on the phone tracking it down and talking Helen into letting me screen it for you, so... now that I’ve done all that... SOMEBODY’S GONNA BE WATCHING ICK GLOCKMA TONIGHT!!! OR ELSE SOMEBODY’S GONNA BE AN ORGAN DONOR BEFORE THEIR SEVENTEENTH BIRTHDAY, JOSH... NICHOOOLS!!!
  • Drop the Dead Donkey. Henry Davenport gets drunk at his award ceremony and has an In Vino Veritas moment.
    "I remember the days when the television industry was run by giants. Whereas now it is run...BY PYGMIES! (pointing) LIKE HIM! AND HIM!"
  • Father Ted: This is how Mrs. Doyle convinces Henry Sellers (who for some reason doesn't mention that he's a recovering alcoholic) to have a sherry. She does her usual nagging-but-cheerful "Go on, go on, go on" about a dozen times before concluding "GO ON!" in a very threatening tone.
  • Firefly Mal has a particularly good unexpected one during a stand off with his "wife" in the episode "Trash".
    Mal: While this is touching, Yosaffbridge, I really- DROP IT, NOW!
    • And earlier in the same episode, Wash's reaction to hearing Saffron's plan:
      Wash: I'm confused.
      Saffron: You're asking yourself, if I've got the security codes, why don't I go in, grab it for myself.
      Wash: No, actually, I was wondering... WHAT'S SHE DOING ON THE SHIP?! We're in space! How did she get here?
  • The Flash (2014): Dr. Harrison Wells, the Team Dad of S.T.A.R. Labs, is usually quite soft-spoken, but has a tendency to suddenly switch straight to shouting when angry at people (usually Barry).
  • On Frasier, Frasier Crane is the master of this trope:
    Frasier: This morning you said you two met on a double date.
    Roz: Oh that's right, we did meet on a double date!
    • Another brilliant example, semi-Subverted in that he’d got some shouting in beforehand:
    Frasier: (having been trying to sleep unsuccessfully, this latest rude awakening courtesy of Niles’s new starter’s pistol) WHAT THE HELL WAS THAT?! WAS THAT A GUNSHOT?
    Niles: (playing off the incident of his gun going off) Hello, Frasier. Just getting up?
    Marty: Niles bought a starter’s pistol.
    Niles: And there’s no need to get snippy. Accidents happen.
    Frasier: Oh I’m sorry, was I snippy? I didn’t realise it was too much to ask that there not be GUNPLAY IN MY LIVING ROOM!!!
  • Freaky, in "Braces":
    Nathan: How about I give you five bucks, and you let me get to class?
  • The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air: Phil did this several times with both Carlton and Will, usually after one of their schemes went badly awry. One classic example is the Season 2 episode "Striptease For Two" (where Will and Carlton sell Vivian's heirloom bracelet to buy stock ... for a company that, later that day, goes bankrupt). Made to confess, Phil at first collapses into uncontrollable laughter, and so do Will and Carlton ... only Phil has gotten them to lower their guard, fulfilling the trope's Surprise/Fear category when, without warning, he screams at the top of his lungs, "DO I LOOK LIKE A WHITE GUY NAMED WARD???!!!???" When Will and Carlton try to apologize, an outraged Phil snaps back, "Now you get that bracelet back, and for the next six weeks, I don't want to hear you breathe ... OR I'M CALLING THE FEDS MYSELF!!!"
  • Game of Thrones: The closest we ever see The Stoic Lord Tywin Lannister get to a Villainous Breakdown is after he gets the news that his favorite son Jaime Lannister has been captured and his army defeated. Tywin remains silent as his bannermen argue over what to do next, then he shuts everyone up by shouting, "THEY HAVE MY SON!"
  • The Good Place: In The Trolley Problem, Michael creates a simulated version of the eponymous philosophical thought experiment. The cart hits a group of manual laborers, with the obvious result. Afterwards, the following conversation takes place.
    Michael: Chidi, talk it out, buddy. What are we thinking?
    Elanor: He thinks he just killed a bunch of people with a trolley!
    Michael: It's just a simulation. I would never make you kill real people.
    Chidi: Oh, well, that's reassuring... because some of the parts of the fake people FLEW INTO MY MOUTH!
  • Gotham:
    • Penguin does this a lot, as part of his Hair-Trigger Temper.
      Penguin: [amicably] The cops' only lead is an old blind man, for God's sake. [beat] A BLIND! MAN!
    • After his Face–Heel Turn, Riddler also does this a lot as part of his more manic personality.
      Riddler: Of course I will figure it out. I will figure everything out, BECAUSE I'M THE ONLY ONE WORKING!
  • In an installment of Season 8 of Hell's Kitchen, Gordon Ramsay does this to Boris when delivering a Get Out!, in his ear. "(whispering) Get out. Get out. ... GET OUT!!!!!"
  • From Hercules: The Legendary Journeys, "Wait a minute... This isn't my world... DISAPPOINTED!"
  • An iconic moment for Sylar in Heroes happens this way.
    Noah: I think you're insane. I think the infusion of so many alterations to your D.N.A. has corrupted your mind. All this power is degrading you.
    Sylar: And yet, here I am, alive and well and as soon as I get out, I'm gonna collect one more ability from your daughter. Sweet, innocent...
    Noah: That's enough.
    Sylar: ...Ripe, indestructible-
    Noah: I said that's enough, Gabriel!
    Sylar: MY NAME IS SYLAR!!!
  • How I Met Your Mother During Barney's Cannot Spit It Out stage with Robin, Ted and Robin start a Friends with Benefits deal and explain that he's the one who gave them the idea.
    Barney: So I'm responsible for... Excellent. Excellent. Excellent. [gets up] Next round's ON ME!
    • On the flip side, Ted earlier claims to be totally okay with Barney and Robin hooking up.
      Ted: Seriously, I'm fine with this.
      Barney: I'm so relieved to hear you say that.
      Ted: Yeah, yeah... Oh hey, I just remembered, my mom is coming into town next month. Maybe YOU'D LIKE TO NAIL HER TOO!
  • I, Claudius features a memorable scene with no less a figure than BRIAN BLESSED as Emperor Augustus interrogating his daughter's many, many lovers. Augustus starts off quietly, even sarcastically asking each man in turn if they slept with his daughter. After thirty full seconds of uncomfortable, awkward silence, the tension breaks as Augustus completely snaps, bellowing the infamous line:
  • Interview with the Vampire (2022): Lestat de Lioncourt has a habit of raising his voice when the conversation had been calm.
  • Jimmy Kimmel Live!. Gary Oldman would like to speak on behalf of Actors Against Acting Athletes.
    "And just as I, Gary Oldman, would never join an NBA team just because I'm famous, I Gary Oldman would very much appreciate it if professional basketball players would STAY THE BLEEP OUT OF MOVIES!"
  • Judge Judy plays this card quite often when someone tries to talk over her, and she loudly reminds them she's talking.
  • The Langoliers: "Scaring the little gIRL?! LADY!!"
  • During Law & Order's final episode "Rubber Room":
    Jack McCoy: You get no argument from me there. But if your obstruction allows a massacre to happen, I will crucify you, Mr. Kralik. I will charge you with negligent homicide and after I convict you I will resign my job and represent the families of the victims in a wrongful death suit against you and the union. By the time I'm done, you'll be finished. So my advice to you is GET OUTTA MY WAY!
  • LazyTown:
    Robbie Rotten: Have you ever heard the sound of a rubber ball breaking a window?
    Trixie: Uh-uh.
    Robbie Rotten: WOULD YOU LIKE TO?
    • Also, during the We Are Number One" musical number in "Robbie's Dream Team".
      Robbie Rotten: He'll slip and slide on this banana peel! *maniacal laughing, only for the titular dream team to slip on the banana peels* WHAT ARE YOU DOING!?"
  • During the Leverage season 2 finale "The Maltese Falcon Job", the crew kidnaps a mayor from his hotel room through the window, bypassing the agents posted at his door to guard him. Sterling, in his new job with Interpol tasked with catching Nate Ford's crew, later goes into the hotel room to interview the mayor. He comes back out a second later completely nonplussed to ask the agents:
    Sterling: You've been guarding this door the entire time?
    Agent Bob: Yes sir.
    Sterling: No one's gone in or out?
    Agent Bob: No sir.
    Sterling: Then would you mind telling me WHERE THE HELL THE MAYOR IS?!
  • Luther. Smug Snake Lucien Burgess having his Villainous Breakdown when he realises Luther has outwitted him.
    Burgess: Well, DCI Luther. First you assault me. YOU PUBLICLY-ASSAULT-ME! WHY CAN'T YOU SHOW ME SOME RESPECT?!
  • Magnificent Century has Pargalı İbrahim Pasha, who is very prone to this. It's a little scary.
  • In the second part of the Married... with Children episode "Poppy's By The Tree", the Bundys are trying to escape an axe murderer that is hunting them down. When they run back into the hotel lobby and discovering their car tires have been slashed, Kelly makes a suggestion:
    Kelly: Uh, Dad...
    Al: Oh, what?!
    Kelly: There's a phone behind you. You might want to share this with the police. I mean, just tell them that we're in this dump, and if you have the time, why don't you tell them that THERE'S A KILLER UPSTAIRS!!!!
  • In Merlin Season 4, where Arthur is confronting Gwen about kissing Lancelot he goes from almost zen-like monotone to completely losing it in less than a second. Considering who it's coming from, it's genuinely scary.
    Arthur: Then forgive me, because I must be really stupid. WHAT! WERE YOU DOING?!
  • Monty Python's Flying Circus: The programme "Interesting People" gives us Ken Dobbs from Dorking who loves shouting.
    David: And what does your wife think?
    Mrs Dobbs: I AGREE WITH HIM!
    Ken: SHUT UP!!!
  • Following the third Mike Nelson, Destroyer of Worlds moment in the Mystery Science Theater 3000 episode "Riding with Death", when Mike has blown up a planet with a somewhat overengineered baking soda and vinegar bomb:
    Crow: Okay...two things, Mike. First, well, you blew up another planet, obviously.
    Servo: Yep.
    Crow: What's that, three for you now?
    Servo: Think so.
  • Agent Gibbs does this in NCIS while interrogating a marine who went berserk at a psych hospital, killed a man, escaped with a hostage, and nearly took out Gibbs' entire team singlehandedly, and is clearly not in his right mind.
    Gibbs: (softly) What seems to be the problem, marine? (gets into Corporal Werth's face) WHAT SEEMS TO BE THE PROBLEM, MARINE?!
    Werth: I wanna kill someone, sir!
  • On The Newsroom, after Mackenzie accidentally lets slip the details of her and Will's breakup in an email to the whole staff (after he specifically told her not to tell anyone about it), he confronts her in front of everyone in the newsroom. After talking to her in a calm, but simmering tone for a minute or two he finally lets loose:
    Will: You know how sometimes something happens in an instant that's so astonishing you just shut down?
    Mackenzie: Of course, that's understa—
  • On The Office (US), Gabe tries to embarrass Andy during his branch manager interview by asking him difficult, irrelevant questions. It backfires:
    Gabe: How far away is the Sun?
    Andy: Uh, 93 million miles.
    Jim: Is it?
    Andy: Yeah. And the diameter of the Sun is 870,000 miles, which makes it 109 times wider than the Earth, and 333,000 times heavier than the Earth-
    Gabe: Shut up about the Sun! SHUT UP ABOUT THE SUN!
    [awkward silence]
  • Parks and Recreation: Craig is the embodiment of this trope.
    Craig: (whispering into April's ear) Mike Patterson is Eagleton's most tenacious reporter. When he sinks his teeth into something, he's like A DOG WITH A BONE!
    April: (recoiling) Oh my god, you can't lean in to whisper and then yell, that's not fair.
  • Phoenix. Analyst Megan Edwards has just been assigned to Major Crime and gets into an argument with a parking attendant when she tries to park there, as the attendant knows there aren't any female detectives in the Majors.
    Megan: (calmly gets out of the car) Will you please do me a favour... AND RING THE FUCKING DUTY SERGEANT! (attendant flees into his office and picks up the phone)
  • Princess Agents: When the emperor tells Yuwen Yue he suspects Yan Xun's family of treason he speaks calmly at first. When Yuwen Yue disagrees the emperor continues to speak calmly... for a few seconds. Then he yells at Yuwen Yue for daring to contradict him.
  • Red Dwarf: In the episode "Krytie TV", the sadistic prison warden Ackerman calmly informs the inmates how he was beaten up the night before, and his glass eye stolen. He then calmly tells them he has a date on Saturday night, and she thinks his eyes are his loveliest feature. Then he shrieks at the top of his lungs how without them, he's only half lovely.
  • Saturday Night Live:
    • Mike Myers used this in the same manner as the Austin Powers example when he was on.
      Kenneth Rhys-Evans: That reminds me of a story that's in no way related. I was working with John Gielgud in a production of Troilus and Cressida, when I discovered I had no control OVER THE VOLUME OF MY VOICE!
    • Chris Farley would do this on several occasions, particularly with his Matt Foley character. He has gone on record to say that's it's based on a quirk his father used to embody.
      Chris Farley: It's a little bit of my dad, you know? He used to start out slow and then build to a rage. He'd go like, uh... "I thought I told you boys to SHOVEL THE WALK!!! GET OUT THERE!!!"
  • On Seinfeld, in the episode "The Voice", George's workplace despises him so much that they are trying to get him to quit, because they can't fire him due to the contract he signed. One day he shows up to work and finds the door to his office boarded up. After climbing into his office through the air ducts, he phones his boss's secretary.
    George: Hello Margery, George Costanza. How are you, sweetheart? Listen, can you give Mr. Thomassoulo a message for me? …Yes. If he needs me, tell him I’M IN MY OFFICE!!! Thanks.
    • Jerry has a good one when his apartment gets robbed while he's away because Kramer left the door open when he popped in to borrow Jerry's spatula.
      Kramer: You have insurance, right buddy?
      Jerry: No.
      Kramer: [stumbles back in shock] How can you not have insurance?!
      Jerry: Because... [gestures to the lock on his apartment door] ...I spent my money on the Klapco D-29. It's the most impenetrable lock on the market today. It has only one design flaw: the door... [shuts door] ...MUST BE CLOSED!!
  • Sharpe: In "Sharpe's Eagle", in the aftermath of a disastrous skirmish, in which an incompetent Colonel managed to lose the King's Colours (the Royal standard of the King of England), he tries to pass off the blame to a heroic Major he sent into the fray unaided, resulting in said Major's death in his report to Sir Arthur Wellesley, his commander and the later Duke of Wellington. The exchange has to be read:
    Wellesley: [calmly] ...Major Hogan reports a number of losses, Sir Henry. He says you first lost your head, and, instead of destroying the bridge, you marched over it. He says you then lost your nerve and ran from a small French patrol. He says you lost ten men, a major and two sergeants. He says you lost your sense of honour and destroyed the bridge, cutting off a rescue party led by Lieutenant Sharpe. Major Hogan leaves the worst to the last: He says you lost the King's Colours.
    Simmerson: The fault was not mine sir. Major Lennox must answer-
    Wellesley: [roaring] MAJOR LENNOX ANSWERED WITH HIS LIFE! As you should have done if you had any sense of honor! You shamed us sir! You disgraced us sir! You will answer. By God you will answer! The South Essex is stood down in name. If I wipe the name I may wipe the shame. I am making you a battalion of detachments, you will fetch and carry. The Light Company put up a fight, so I will let it stand under a new captain.
    Simmerson: To be commanded by the newly gazetted Captain Gibbons, sir?
    Wellesley: To be commanded by the newly gazetted Captain Sharpe, sir.
    Simmerson: I have a cousin at Horse Guards... and friends at court.
    Wellesley: [deathly quiet] A man who loses the King's Colours loses the King's friendship.
  • In Sherlock, Moriarty does this more than once in "The Great Game".
    Sherlock: People have died.
    Moriarty: That's what people DO!!!
    • And Sherlock, while under quite a bit of stress in the "The Reichenbach Fall" episode:
      Sherlock: Moriarty is playing with your mind, too. Can't you SEE WHAT'S GOING ON?
  • In Spaced, this happens to Tyres as a side effect of his constant clubbing and ecstasy usage.
    Tyres: I just wish I could control these FUCKING MOOD SWINGS!
  • Star Trek:
    • Star Trek: The Original Series:
      • A very drunk Scotty in "By Any Other Name" combines this and Mood Whiplash during a drinking contest with an alien. After having made their way through Mr. Scott's entire supply of booze, the engineer has no choice but to break out a special bottle of scotch he had been saving for a special occasion. He speaks of it fondly, before briefly becoming inexplicably angry:
        Scotty: All I have is a bottle of very, very, very old scotch. WHISKY!
    • Star Trek: The Next Generation: In "Sarek", Vulcan ambassador Sarek is struggling with Bendii syndrome, which makes it harder for him to suppress his emotions at his advanced age, and this starts to affect the Enterprise crew, who get more easily enraged with one another, often having shouting matches with one another.
      • Picard and Riker arguing on the bridge:
        Riker: I don't understand this. Everyone is protecting Sarek. His wife, Mendrosan, even you!
        Picard: What would you have me do? March right down there and destroy the man?
        Riker: The mission with the Legarans cannot be carried out with Sarek in this condition!
        Picard: I know that!
        Picard: DON'T YOU TELL ME WHAT TO DO!
        Data: Captain... Commander...
      • Sarek, when Picard forces him to face his loss of emotional control:
        Picard: Sarek of Vulcan would never be afraid of looking straight at something he did not want to see.
        Sarek: I warn you, your efforts to discredit me will not succeed!
        Picard: Sarek of Vulcan never confused what he wanted with the truth.
        Sarek: It would be illogical for a Vulcan to show ANGER! It would be ILLOGICAL! ILLOGICAL! ILLOGICAL! ILLOGICAL!
    • Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: In Dramatis Personae, the main cast are possessed by some mysterious entities that cause the DS 9 crew to act out of character and turn against each other, one faction in Sisko's favor and another on Kira's side. When violent conflict seems inevitable, O'Brien suggests temporarily abandoning the station. Sisko doesn't take it well.
      Sisko: What can we do?
      O'Brien: Leave the station.

    • Star Trek: Voyager:
      • In "Tuvix", a teleporter accident turns Tuvok and Neelix into the joined being known as Tuvix. When Voyager's crew figure out how to reverse the effect, Tuvix pleads with them to live as the person he is.
        Tuvix: Commander [Chakotay], are you going to stand by and do nothing while [Captain Janeway] commits murder? Mister Ayala? Yes, Lieutenant Paris, you... ([no one responds) DOESN'T ANYONE SEE THAT THIS IS WRONG?
      • In "Latent Image", the Doctor suffers a literal Heroic BSoD due to previously-deleted memories of a medical incident.
    • From the Star Trek: Enterprise episode "Shuttlepod One":
      Malcolm: You know, I'm not a doctor, but I'm pretty sure you use up a lot more oxygen WHEN YOU SHOUT LIKE THAT!
  • Supernatural:
    • Crowley does this a lot.
      "Am I the only game piece on the board who doesn't underestimate those denim-wrapped nightmares?!"
    • So did Pestilence. "If Satan wants them so bad he can GLUE THEM BACK TOGETHER!"
    • Even angels get into the act.
      Zachariah: "I'd walk these halls and people would AVERT THEIR EYES — I HAD RESPECT!"
  • The Thick of It features quite a few examples from both Malcolm and Jamie; arguably one of the most spectacular is the dressing-down of Hugh Abbot outside the goldfish bowl. Because there's a journalist in said conference room, Malcolm is trying to speak as quietly as possible so nothing ends up on the record, but he can't quite stop his anger at Hugh from boiling over; as such, half the conversation is conducted in deathly-quiet murmuring rendered almost inaudible by the conference room windows, and the other half, well...
    They're running about your fucking flat, I fucking told you about that. Why the fuck did you not tell me about it YOU STUPID CUNT! How am I supposed to do my job if I don't know WHAT THE FUCK IS GOING ON?! YOU'RE A FUCKING PRICK! AN ABSOLUTE CUNT, DO YOU UNDERSTAND THAT?
  • This was a criticism of Patrick Wayne's hosting on the 1990 version of Tic-Tac-Dough, as he would explain the game and read the questions in a dry monotone, but suddenly scream "YOU BLOOOOCK!" if a contestant placed an X or O to block their opponent, or "YOU WIIIIIIIIN!!!!" if they won.
  • Stefán Karl Stefánsson's character in True Jackson, VP, an over the top villain like Robbie, has this line when True and her friends try to escape his castle.
    Karl Gustav: Guys. We talked about this. Show some initiative. THEY'RE ESCAPING!!
  • In an episode of VR Troopers, JB and Kaitlain are fighting an outlaw cowboy robot named Gunslinger who speaks like Clint Eastwood in Dirty Harry (combined with stereotypical cowboy lingo), he's winning thanks to his shield, but when he injures Kaitlin with his gun, JB retaliates with a supercharged flying kick that shorts out the robot's shield, the previously calm and cocky robot absolutely loses it in response.
    Gunslinger: *stomps around in anger, trying to reactivate his shield* GRRR!!!! YOU SHORTED MY SHIELD!!!! GRRRR!!! GRRRR!!!! GRRRRRRR!!!!!!!
  • On the episode "Take This Sabbath Day" in the first season of The West Wing, Donna does this to Josh to try and get him out of his hangover-induced mood to get ready for a meeting.
    Donna: Are you going to listen to me from now on?
    Josh: I'm not even listening to you now.
    Josh: Yes! Yes! Yes!
    • Also happens in the second season episode "In This White House", when Leo tells C.J. and Sam that President Bartlet wants to hire Ainsley Hayes:
      C.J.: Are you kidding?
      Leo: No.
      C.J.: Are you kidding?
      Leo: No.
      C.J.: Are you kidding?!?
      Leo: No!
  • When seeing a "Charger" off to the board in Whew!, Tom Kennedy will remind them to give the level...and...the dollar amount—CHARGE!
  • The White Queen: At Queen Anne's funeral, Elizabeth of York is downright startled by King Richard III's unexpected outburst (he barely speaks above a whisper throughout the scene), and she instinctively takes a step back when she hears his thunderous voice, which is loud enough to fill Westminster Abbey.
    Richard: (barely restrained fury) I am not Richard. I am your King. Now go. (notices that she's not moving) GO!!!!!!
  • Word of Honor: Zhao Jing learns the Scorpion King didn't follow all his orders. When he confronts the Scorpion King about it he abruptly changes from speaking calmly to yelling.
    Zhao Jing: Xie'er, I remember telling you to destroy all the Drug Men. Did you take my words FOR NOTHING?
  • In an episode of Workaholics, Ders dips into this trope while he's high on "Mexican steroids" (which are actually PCP).
    Ders: Adam had a heart attack. And the doctor said it's your fault, and not all the Mexican steroids. So if it's cool with you, I'M GONNA WARM UP NOW, MAN!

    Musical COMPOSITIONS! 
  • This sometimes happens in any song that involves metal screaming. Sometimes just to scare the listener.
  • Björk does this with her version of "It's Oh So Quiet"; she starts singing in a whispery voice, even making "Shh" sounds, and then belts out "You fall in love!"
  • Butthole Surfers' "The Annoying Song" has some screaming along with its low-key vocals, but not as sudden as near the end:
    Go ahead and leave ya, when she had to see me
    Said ya gone ahead and leave ya baby
    Right on your gun, BUT HEY!
  • Drowning Pool do this in the very beginning of their supposedly most known hit "Bodies". The song starts with the phrase "Let the bodies hit the floor" repeated 3 times in a whispery voice. Then, the singer pronounces "Let the bodies hit the..." in the same tone before erupting with a loud "FLOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOORRRRRR!" as the instruments kick in.
  • Amanda Palmer not infrequently, most notably "Colorblind", where she's practically whispering in the first and final thirds and screaming her lungs out in the middle.
  • CG5 generally has a calm tone while singing, but sometimes briefly shouts:
    • "I Wanna Waa"
    "I'm not in the mood, so PLEASE SHUT UP!"
    • "Every Door"
    "It echoes through the halls, I think it's getting FASTER!"
    • "Area 51"
  • A hallmark of Hobo Johnson's style, which often goes from soft, conversationally-delivered lines to screamed phrases. The chorus to "Peach Scone" goes:
    "I love the thought of being with you"
    "Or maybe it's the thought OF NOT BEING SO ALONE"
  • How Spike Jones' "Cocktails For Two" transitions from the slow opening to hyper.
    On some secluded rendezvous...
    (WHOOPEEEE! [whistle] [BANG])
  • Tracy Bonham does this in "Mother, Mother". The verses have her reassuring her mother that she's doing okay, but the chorus has her admitting she's not:
    I'm hungry. I'm dirty.
    I'm losing my mind.
  • Eminem:
    • "Role Model" has him interspersing lyrics delivered in his 1999-era squeaky Subverted Kids' Show Slim Shady voice with howling, distorted screams of "don't you wanna grow up to be just like me?".
    • "Kim" (which according to Eminem was influenced by "Role Model") starts with Marshall gushing over his baby daughter, before screeching at his wife that if she moves he'll beat the shit out of her.
    • The hook in "Criminal" (from The Marshall Mathers LP) is based around Em rapping "(I'm a) CRIMINAL!" in a particular shriek on the last word. Referenced in the The Marshall Mathers LP 2 song "Rhyme or Reason", which ends with him screaming a few rhymes for "criminal" with the same cadence - "I still am a criminal ten-year-old degenerate grabbing on my genitals ...the last Mathers LP done went diamond, this time I'm predicting that this one'll go emerald!"
    • Throughout The Marshall Mathers LP 2, Eminem develops a habit of screaming his punchlines, sometimes with vocal distortion added. It seems to be a punky interpretation of the common 80s hip-hop delivery where a line's last syllable (the rhyming one) will be stressed. In "Berzerk", this is done in a particular high-pitched cadence and Brooklyn accent reminiscent of Beastie Boys.
  • Chester Bennington did this on Linkin Park's "A Place For My Head". During the bridge, Chester whispers "you, try to take the best of me, go away" 3 times, then whispers the first 3 parts of the line again, before shouting "GO AWAY!" then launching into an angry scream of the lyrics another 4 times, with the last "go away" before the chorus becoming a bar-and-a-half Metal Scream.
  • William Shatner screams "MR. TAMBOURINE MAAAAAAAAAAAN!!!" at the very end of his spoken-word cover of that song.
  • "Low Budget Horror" by RedHook:
    Poor mental health is an excuse I can't acquit
    People like, people like you repulse me
    Treating pain, treating pain like it's currency
    You inflict damage 'cause you're damaged to the core
  • The vocals of "The Thunder Answered Back" by Gabby's World are quite calm, even peaceful...up until the middle of the song.
    But I could never be so mad
    To shake you by the shoulders screaming
  • This happens quite often during the argument in "We Cry Together" by Kendrick Lamar and Taylour Paige.
    Taylour: Give me my fuckin' keys
    Kendrick: Nah, I like you parked in that bitch
    Taylour: Give me my keys, bro
    Kendrick: On God, you ain't gettin' these keys

    Professional WRESTLING! 
  • Truth Martini and Jay Lethal's promo on ACH for the 2014 All-Star Extravaganza. Lethal started by telling Martini to keep calm and that they were not going to yell but neither of them could keep their cool.
  • This infamous Nia Jax promo, with the build-up starting at the 2:42 mark.
    Nia: This hand that took Becky Lynch away from her adoring fans. This hand that's going to be holding MYYYYYYYYY!!!!! TITLE!!!! over my head when I erase the MYTH of Ronda Rousey at TLC!

    Puppet SHOWS! 
  • On Bear in the Big Blue House, Tutter the blue mouse tends to do this sometimes. For example, in "A Winter's Nap"...
    Tutter: Oh, and Bear, would you mind awfully, if it's not too much trouble, if you wouldn't mind, Bear...
    Bear: Hmm?
    Tutter: Would you please close the door? You know why?
    Bear: Why?
    Tutter: It's... freezing!
    Bear: Sorry.
    Tutter: Sorry, sorry, sorry! Huh! A bear for a rommate. Uncle Splutter tried to warn me, but no... (Bear shuts the door.) Thank you, Bear.
  • Red Guy from Don't Hug Me I'm Scared has gained this tendency compared to the original webshow. While still usually emotionless and monotone, he isn't above raising his voice or straight up yelling when he's under stress.
    Red Guy: (Talking to someone on the phone) I told you, I can't help you. I don't work here. Okay. Fine. BYE!!!
  • Boober on the Fraggle Rock episode "I Don't Care" after Red spills paint on his Security Blanket.
    Mokey: Oh... oh, Boober, please don't be angry.
    Boober: Oh, I'm not angry.
    Mokey: Good.
    Boober: I am FURIOUS!

  • Dead Ringers:
    • During an interview, Professor Chris Witty starts inexplicably yelling things like "PANIC" and "WE'RE ALL GONNA DIE!" mid-sentence. He admits it's because he dreads going back to obscurity, and his old office of a former broom cupboard in Downing Street.
    • Jeremy Vine has a habit (exaggerated in the sketch like most things are) of starting off a sentence nice and quiet, and then sharply raising his voice as he finishes the sentence, making for some pretty humorous conversations with people he interviews.

    Real LIFE! 
  • It's not uncommon for people with certain disabilities, such as autism, to have trouble controlling or paying attention to the volume and pitch of their own speech. This can result in volume fluctuating for no apparent reason, sometimes within the same sentence.

  • Inverted in Dawn of a New Age: Oldport Blues. When Mirielle asks what's happening in the school, Simon goes on a long, loud tirade essentially telling Mirielle to go find out herself because he's too damn freaked out to figure out what's going on. He then calmly takes a piece of bread from her, eats it, and politely tells her that it tastes nice.
  • Sheriff Kyle Pred on NoPixel is known for going from calm to EXTREMELY LOUD AND SHOUTING with little to no reason.

  • John Hancock in 1776 has several episodes of this as President of the Continental Congress when he has to deal with some pretty stupid stuff by its members to keep things going.
    • John Dickinson of Pennsylvania moves to postpone the vote on independence indefinitely, effectively killing it. Judge Wilson, also from Pennsylvania and effectively Dickinson's Yes-Man toady, seconds the motion.
      Hancock: Judge Wilson, in your eagerness to be loved, you seem to have forgotten that Pennsylvania CANNOT SECOND ITS OWN MOTION!
    • After New York has abstained (courteously) from one too many votes, this one on whether to delay a vote on independence temporarily until a Declaration is written. It leaves the Congress deadlocked at 6 colonies for, 6 against.
      Hancock: Mr. Morris...WHAT IN HELL GOES ON IN NEW YORK?!
    • Even at the end when the Declaration is to be signed. Hancock goes first while the other delegates are remarking about what they've just done, including possibly committing treason against the British crown for which they could be hanged. Notably, everyone is caught up in the moment and no one is actually doing any signing.
      Hancock: Gentlemen, forgive me if I don't join in the merriment, but if we are arrested now, my name is STILL THE ONLY ONE ON THE DAMN THING!
  • Immi from The Fruit Basket does this so. many. times. in the 2005 production.
    Immi: "Maeja... MaejaMaejaMaejaMaejaMaejaMaeja MAEJAAAAAA!!!!”
  • In Jersey Boys Nick lets one loose during his tirade about Tommy's living habits.
    Nick: This is what I'm dealing with! The man is not properly socialized. Frankie doesn't have to deal with it, Gaudio doesn't, I've had to deal with it TEN YEARS!!!
  • In the musical adaptation of Legally Blonde, Paulette has a tendency to do this.
    Paulette: (after putting on an Enya CD for Elle) Isn't that relaxing? It's called "CELTIC MOODS"!
    Emmet: Anyone who bakes their dog a birthday cake deserves nothing less.
    Paulette: And it's shaped LIKE A BONE!

    Stand-Up COMEDY! 
  • Bill Engvall does this in one skit when he and his son go to a drugstore to find maxi-pads for his daughter. He can't find the pads, but his son does and yells "HERE'S THE LITTLE GIRL NARROW PADS, DADDYYYYY!!!" To which Bill responds, "...Appreciate that, boy. Listen, I don't think they heard you in SCOTLAND!!!"
  • Sam Kinison's whole act centered around this trope. He'd go from soft tones to full tilt screaming in the blink of an eye.
  • How can we possibly forget Gilbert Gottfried?

    Video GAMES! 
  • LittleBigPlanet
  • Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War has Allen C. Hamilton threatening to kill the remnants of the Wardog Squadron, called the Razgriz Squadron by taking the Belkan V1 nuke to end the war.
    Hamilton: I'm going to take the Belkan nuke and terrify both sides into ending this foolish war... DON'T GET IN MY WAY!!!
  • Baldi's Basics in Education and Learning has a terrifying, rather loud example.
    Baldi: Congratulations! You found all seven notebooks! Now all you need to do is... GET OUT WHILE YOU STILL CAN!!! Haha!
  • Castlevania: Dawn of Sorrow: The final boss of Julius Mode does this when you fight him with the titular character.
    Soma: Kuru ga ii...Yuriusu...BERUMONDOOOOOO!note 
  • Kane, of all people, pulls one in Command & Conquer: Tiberian Series:
    But of course, I could not have planned for an ambush BY MY OWN FORCES!
  • This legendary line from Dawn of War Soulstorm:
    Look! Rhinos, RHINOS! Our enemies hide in METAL BOXES! The cowards, the FOOLS! We... We should take away... their metal boxes.
  • Happens in Destroy All Humans! in the very beginning.
    Orthopox: Shall I tell you a secret? Few of our people know this, but the DNA patterns in our clone banks are becoming more and more degraded with each new clone.
    Cryptosporidium: That's bad, right?
    Orthopox: Only if we want to retain our immortality through cloning. OF COURSE IT'S BAD!
    • Happens again in Destroy All Humans! 2 when Crypto falls for a bit of Pox's sarcasm regarding a giant mutated lizard-monster.
    Orthopox: Actually, I want you to find the source of its cognitive dissonance so we can give it counselling and over time teach it confidnece and self-esteem.
    Crypto: ... you're kidding, right?
    Orthopox: OF COURSE I AM, YOU MUTATION! Now go kill that thing!
  • In DmC: Devil May Cry, Vergil does this twice. Interestingly, the two times that this happens are related to Kat, in missions 12 and 20.
    Dante: We don't have time for this!
    • And
      Kat: Vergil please...
      Vergil: Stay out of this!
  • The Elder Scrolls
  • The first Fallout has this gem if the player character stumbles upon the Thieves' Circle, makes it through a small gauntlet of traps and locked doors and engages in conversation with their leader Loxley.
    Loxley: Bloody fine job making it through the defenses, mate! I'm rather impressed. Toss me your name!
    Vault Dweller: I'm [insert name here].
    Loxley: Quite pleased to make your acquaintance, actually... for now. Let's get the other bit of politeness taken care of, shall we? WHAT THE BLOODY, BLOODY, BLOODY HELL ARE YOU DOING HERE?!
  • Fallout: New Vegas gives us Muggy the neurotic mini-Securitron in the Old World Blues DLC, who's prone to this due to having been programmed to obsess over washing mugs... for scientists who have long abandoned any activities that require mugs.
    But you know, it's the neglect that hurts the most. 'Hey everybody, let's turn ourselves into robot brains in jars!' Do you know how many coffee cups giant robot brains in jars use on a daily basis? NOT FUCKING MANY!!!
  • Far Cry 3: Hoyt Volker, the Amoral Afrikaner who's trying to sell protagonist Jason Brody's loved ones as slaves, is playing poker with Jason and his friend Sam Becker, both of whom are pretending to be new mercenary recruits. Then Hoyt unexpectedly stabs Sam to death right in front of Jason and informs him that he knew Jason was planning to kill him all along.
  • Grand Theft Auto IV: The Lost and Damned gives us a textbook example, as part of Billy Grey's Establishing Character Moment. In short, Billy has just come back from a lengthy, court-mandated stint in rehab, only to find out that Johnny sold his bike while he was gone.
    Billy: Y'know, coming off heroin's kinda hard. I think I acquired this touch of amnesia. What business is more important, Mr. 1980s yuppie big shot, than your best friend's bike when he's close to getting a fifteen-year stretch?
    Johnny: The business that pays his lawyer's fees! The business that puts food on all of our tables! The business that we are all in, while you're out pretending to be saved!
    Billy: *Slams whisky glass onto the bar* GET! MY! BIKE!
    Johnny: What am I, your fuckin' dog?!
  • Halo 4 gives us this happening increasingly frequently as Cortana's Rampancy progresses. Also, we have Captain Andrew Del-Rio after the Chief refuses to give Cortana up for deletion in response to her condition:
    Del Rio: I... am ordering you... to SURRENDER THAT AI!!
    Master Chief: ...No, sir.
  • Early on in Highway Blossoms, this happens during Amber and Marina's first meeting with the Trio, when they realize that Tess has a New Mexico license plate(Marina's home state) and that Mariah and Joe recently dismantled a car they found. Amber puts two and two together.
  • In the Jak and Daxter games, Torn often exhibits this trait, going from delivering information (relatively) calmly, then switching to an angry outburst as the tension gets to him, before quickly returning to normal.
    Torn: We're seeing movement from both the KG and Metal Head forces. We've GOT to repel this assault or we're through!
  • Joel's daughter, Sarah, dies about twenty minutes into The Last of Us and doesn't get brought up again until about 2/3 of the way through the story when you get to the town where his brother Tommy lives. When you get there, he and Tommy go off on their own and Ellie stays with Tommy's wife, Maria. Maria tells Ellie about what happened with Sarah and Ellie tries to broach the subject with him.
    Ellie: Maria told me about Sarah. And I-
    Joel: -ELLIE! You are treading on some mighty thin ice here.
  • In LEGO City Undercover, Chinese gangster Chan Chuang has a Hair-Trigger Temper, so expect him to raise his voice whenever he loses it. He'll even go into the street to shout at people if his men aren't around.
  • In Mass Effect, an Internal Affairs agent is working undercover to bring down a corrupt administrator. Shepard can find evidence and choose to give it to her...or s/he can give it to said administrator instead, resulting in this response:
    Parisini: Spectre, have you given any more consideration to my offer?
    Shepard: Anoleis paid me for it. Tough luck.
    Parisini: You're kidding. Do you have any I...WHAT THE HELL WERE YOU THINKING?!
    Shepard: Language, miss.
  • Oddworld: In Soulstorm, Toby, a character that's usually just controlling the train in background and vary rarely chimes in with his opinion has suddenly devolved into a shouting wreck during the train ride to Soulstorm Brewery. The panic of being chased by flying troopers, being low on fuel and the looming threat of cardio vascular failure just got him.
  • A rather powerful example in Stellaris: Synthetic Dawn. Many star civilisations with differing ethics and creeds will be confrontational and rude to each other, but the Rogue Servitors (a meatbag-friendly Expy of the Minds) meeting the Determined Exterminators (a meatbag-unfriendly Expy of Skynet) provokes this response:
  • Shortly before the release of Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, a half-hour video detailing the game's new features, voiced by the game's Large-Ham Announcer. For the most part, his voice is relatively calm, but every time he mentions the name of a character or lists a new feature, he reverts back to his BOOMING ANNOUNCER VOICE.
    • In Ultimate, the message you get when erasing a World of Light save file has this impression:
    This save file will be permanently lost forever. ARE YOU SURE?!
  • A hallmark of the Ace Attorney games is lawyers pointing at each other dramatically across the courtroom and yelling "OBJECTION!" or, when cross-examining a witness' statements, "HOLD IT!" This starts getting affectionally lampshaded in later games, where characters outside the legal system (and a few within it) are shocked and scold the protagonist for yelling in their face all of a sudden.
    Edgeworth: [after shouting HOLD IT at an airline attendant] (Argh! Force of habit!)
  • In Control, Mr. Bones, the unintentionally (?) terrifying skeleton puppet from the Show Within a Show "Threshold Kids" has a tendency to do this.
    Meg: But what if I don't want the big chair?
    Mr. Bones: [mocking] "What if I don't want the big chair?" EVERYONE WANTS THE BIG CHAIR, MEG!
  • In Sly Cooper and the Thievius Raccoonus, this is practically the defining trait of Sir Raleigh, who really gets worked up easily.
    Raleigh: Obviously, we should have snuffed you out as well. So, without further ado, let me make amends by, what... BLOATING TO GARGANTUAN SIZE, AND SQUASHING YOU LIKE THE INSIGNIFICANT BUG THAT YOU ARE!!!
  • In Saints Row, after you kill Big Tony and come to Johnny's rescue, he has this to say:
    Johnny: Hey, not to be pushy or nothing, but how about you get me out of this FUCKING CHAIR?!
  • Vermintide II: Victor Saltzpyre doesn't have much of an indoor voice at the best of times, but when he speaks of a vision he received from his patron god, his irritation with his Vitriolic Best Buds slips out as well:
    Bardin: "Purpose"? You never said anything about a purpose.
    Saltzpyre: Did I not, master Dwarf? Perhaps I thought to spare myself YOUR CONSTANT MOCKERY!

    Web COMICS! 

    Web ORIGINAL! 
  • During The Adventure Zone San Diego Live Show, Griffin drops Taako, Merle and Magnus into a simulated dungeon, which starts to glitch out and ends up with them having to do a Fishing Minigame. Naturally, the Tres Horny Boys start fucking around so hardnote  that they completely break the game and get sent back to the main dungeon.
    Griffin: (exasperated) I didn't expect it to go like that...
    Travis: What did you expect to happen?
    Griffin: You to CATCH A FUCKING FISH IN THE FISH MINIGAME! Am I out of my MIND?! Is that an UNREASONABLE expectation!?
  • During the "Sleepwalker" arc of Atop the Fourth Wall, the Wham Line that revealed a piece of the Entity had possessed Linkara, the tail end, where he declares he intends to win, is yelled.
    The Entity: "No, human, this is a game — and it's one I intend to win!
  • A large part of Caddicarus' style of Non Sequitur humour often results in this, particularly when reviewing a game he's about to slaughter, as opposed to salvage.
  • In the Chimney Chickens episode Date Envy, after Blaze rams Buzz's car into a girl's car in his latest attempt to get her phone number, Buzz clarifies what he meant by Blaze being more responsible.
    Buzz: I was thinking more like getting a job or something. So that maybe you could FIX MY CAR!!!
  • Although it was done with text, the Animorphs review blog Cinnamon Bunzuh! does this with Ifi's response to the ending of "The Beginning".
    Ifi: Oh
    Ifi: It
    Ifi: it appears
    Ifi: it appears that
    Ifi: the author
  • Natalie Wynn of the YouTube series ContraPoints has done this a few times, becoming exaggeratedly shrill as a form of Self-Deprecation based on how trans women like her stereotypically talk.
    • From the episode "Incels":
    There's another way I think my experience AS A TRANS WOMAN is relevant to the incel discussion.
  • Game Grumps does this quite a bit, but one more memorable instance came from the episode where they played "Mary Kate and Ashley - Sweet 16: License to Drive", where they play out a scene where Mary Kate and Ashley reminisce about making a man-made river in California, just so they can KAYAK DOWN IT!!!
    Arin: OH MAH GAWD!!! So... you know...
    Jon: Ha, yeah, it's just like, "KAYAK DOWN IT, OH MAH GAWD!!! And you know, that's really all one can ask for."
  • The Jolly Roger Telephone Company provides bots which talks to telemarketers and other annoying callers. One of these is a biz-bot that is actually two bots, a male and a female, that are designed to talk to cold-callers that call businesses. At one point during the routine of the female biz-bot, she will state that she can't hear the caller because a bunch of people just walked into the office! (Guys! Guys! I'm on the phone!)
  • JonTron tends to do this when he encounters something particularly ridiculous.
  • In The Most Popular Girls in School, Mackenzie is rather prone to this in general. In Episode 42, Brittnay and Saison do this to each other:
    Brittnay: Saison, don't talk to me. From now until the end of time, I don't want to hear any more of your stupid fucking words coming out of that tiny little mouth, on that tiny little head, underneath THAT RIDICULOUSLY LARGE HAT!
    Saison: Oh Brittnay, you are going to make such a wonderful godmother to my child!
    Brittnay: WHAT?!
  • TikToker, Kharrii, known for his square-shaped head does videos where he talks normally and then, from out of nowhere, loudly rambles regarding comments about the shape of his head in his car.
  • Episode 40 of The Music Video Show: "First of all, and I can't stress this enough, ROCK MUSIC DOES NOT HAVE AUTOTUNE!"
  • The website Random Hoo Haas complains about the 64th issue of Official Nintendo Magazine giving 64 reasons why the Nintendo 64 is "the best machine... ever!" in this fashion:
    It's an amusing idea for a feature, except for three major flaws.
    1) The Nintendo 64 had only been out for nine months by this point.
    2) Official Nintendo Magazine were writing the feature.
  • Red vs. Blue:
    • Agent Washington does this in Season 11 while failing to keep his patience with Donut's less than stellar attempt to help the Blood Gulch Crew while they are shipwrecked on an unknown planet.
      Wash: So you heard our distress signal…grabbed Doc…hopped on a ship…AND THEN TOLD THE SHIP TO LEAVE?! AND THAT'S YOUR IDEA OF SENDING HELP!?
    • Hargrove, the Big Bad of the Chorus Trilogy, dips into this due to events on Chorus in Season 13;
      Hargrove: I had a client who was very interested in our new Surpressor Sub-Machine Gun, until the bloody thing blew up in his hands!
  • SammyClassicSonicFan uses this a lot, to unintentionally hilarious effect.
    Sammy: [calmly] This system [the Nintendo 2DS] was meant for those kinds of people who like non hinged, non folding systems, all right guys? So SHUT THE FRICK UP!!!
  • SCP-2388 (a flash drive with the program CRUISE.EXE) induces this in people. First it does this with text typed on the computer it's installed on, slowly going from capitalising random letters to words to anything typed. Then the user's voice is affected, getting louder and louder until they're permanently stuck with No Indoor Voice and lethally exaggerated movements.
  • Lt. Hammer does this in Spriggs: a Halo 3 Machinima.
    Hammer: I don't care about the mongooses. Not even my warthog. I'm a little bit curious about the rest of the warthogs, and I'd love to know where our power supply went to, but what I really wanna know is WHERE ARE MY GODDAMN TANKS?
  • Kirito indulges in this in Sword Art Online Abridged:
    Kirito: I'm sorry, am I the only one in this damn game that understands HOW AGGRO WORKS!?
  • That Guy with the Glasses does this when something really pisses him off, or when a character in a movie does it.
    Komodo: And I'll enjoy your lifespring FOR DESSERT!
    Yun: NOOOOOO!
    Komodo: YEEEES!
    Nostalgia Critic: Now allow me to continue SHOUTING AT RANDOM!
    • I'M ACTING!
  • The Cry of Mann: Happens oh-so many times, as members of the family get more and more engraged with their situation.
    • Starts with Jack Mann, who starts yelling at his callers to shut up as he's trying to record something for his father.
    • On the call with one fan, Frank gets frustrated when they won't answer his question right away, and starts barking the questions at them.
    • This exchange happens between Agent Martinez and Frank:
    Martinez: When do you sleep?
    Frank: What? What kind of a question is that? I sleep whenever I want, I sleep when I'm tired!
    Martinez: I see, but the question I'm getting at is, when is the last time you slept?
    Frank: WHO GIVES A DAMN? I'm just tryn' to take a walk! People sleep all the time, it's not my responsibility to know, that's gotta be, like, some kinda sleeping person's office or something, I don't know, you work for the government!
    • When confronting Courtney, Berry loses her cool and starts screaming at her, shifting repeatedly from calm-to-furious with breaks to take calls.
  • Let's just say that AwestruckVox of The Roundtable gets VERY excited during numerous parts of his breakdown video of White Diamond:
    AwestruckVox: White Diamond is the personification of the Evil Stepmother trope TIMES TEN!!
  • Pissed Off Angry Gamer: "And this is what I like to call... a Nintendo ShitCube. And the reason I call it the Nintendo ShitCube? Because IT'S A PIECE OF FUCKING SHIT!"
  • In the Epic Rap Battles of History "Skrillex vs. Mozart", Mozart accuses Skrillex of having an unsophisticated style where "You go piano to fortississimo! (That means from 'soft' to 'very, very loud' — 'CAUSE I'M GUESSING THAT YOU DIDN'T KNOW!)"
  • Referenced by The Cinema Snob in his review for 365 Days:
    Gangster: My question is: how THE FUCK . . . did it happen?
    Snob: Couldn't pick a tone there, huh?
  • Gayle, most famously in the viral video "COMPANY IS COMING" (an excerpt from Episode 38).
    "Get rid of the couches, we can't let people know we SIT!!!"
  • Chris Stuckmann's infamous intro to his The Emoji Movie, where he speaks in a dull monotone until the very end where he explodes with anger.
  • At the very end of JoeTheJRPGManiac's reaction to Homestucks [S]: GAME OVER, there's about five seconds of Stunned Silence before he explodes with, "HUSSIE, I WILL PISS IN YOUR CORNFLAKES!"'
  • Kitboga is a scambaiter popular on YouTube and Twitch. In "Scammer Cries After Losing $5,000 to Virus" (a.k.a. "3 Slice Lisa,") his Marsha Mallow (Granny Edna) character does this after the scammer Lisa says that she "ruined everything" by redeeming a Google Play card.
    Marsha: Because I wanted to help you and now you have the audacity to say that I ruined everything?! What's wrong with you?! You're just like the other girls!

    Western ANIMATION! 
  • The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron, Boy Genius: Cindy would often do this to Jimmy whenever his inventions, discoveries etc started wreaking havoc on Retroville.
    Cindy: Uh, excuse me, Neutron. Now that you're done talking to yourself... WE HAVE A SITUATION HERE!
  • Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog:
    Professor Caninestein: I can't go through with zis! My theories of time und space were developed for peace, not for your evil schemes!
    Robotnik: Oh, that's all right, Professor. You don't have to do anything you don't want to... AS LONG AS YOU DON'T MIND BEING THROWN INTO A DUNGEON FULL OF SNAKES AND EATING DEAD SPIDERS FOR THE RRRREST OF YOUR LIFE!!!
  • Animaniacs has an episode where this is Played for Laughs, spoofing the play Camelot with a Large Ham king who will randomly start shouting before going back to normal.
  • Archer features a good example of this in season 5, in which the eponymous secret agent's antics briefly overwhelm Lana's temper — partly due to the fact that Archer doesn't know what "anonymous sex" actually means, but mostly due to him pulling a Too Dumb to Live move.
    Lana: B) is "Hey, shut up," because I want to talk to you about that thing where you said you were cleaning up your act.
    Archer: Uh, which I'm actually pretty serious about, by the way, but right now I want to talk about this other thing where I just banged Calderon's wife.
    (Stunned Silence)
    Archer: ...Lana?
    Lana: Uh, hang on. (closes eyes, massages temples) Okay. (clears throat) WHY WOULD YOU DO THAT?!
    Archer: I... I'm sorry, do you mean "where?"
    Lana: No, Archer, I mean "why?" What happened to no more anonymous sex?
    Archer: It wasn't anonymous, Lana, I thought she was the maid!
    Archer: I'm sorry, do you mean "why?"
    Lana: Wwwwww...! YES! WHY?!
  • Arthur: In "Arthur's Almost Boring Day":
    D.W.: What did you draw?
    Arthur: (holds up drawing of a dog) A dog, and he's bored. What did you draw?
    D.W.: (holds up drawing of a straight line) A stick.
    Arthur: (incredulous) A stick?!
    D.W.: (sudden outburst) A stick from the park where you PROMISED TO TAKE ME TODAY!!!
  • Let's Go Luna!:
    • Happens in "Mr. Precise" after Andy accidentally breaks Mr. Precise's clocks.
    Mr. Precise: Mr. Andy, perhaps you did not hear me when I said in very precise language...NO TOUCHING!!!
    • Señor Fabuloso in "Everything's Irie":
    Fabuloso: "Young Carmen, perhaps you have not noticed THE HUMUNGOUS MOUNTAIN OF PAPERWORK WAITING FOR ME!!!!!!"
  • In Clone High a JFK clone opens door to Joan, who's standing in the rain.
    JFK: You're wet. Allow me to dry you off... WITH MY PANTS!
  • Codename: Kids Next Door: Father does this a lot. Take the episode "Operation: T.R.A.I.N.I.N.G.", for example:
    Henchman: (as he tries to open the door containing the KND code module) Uh... I think it's locked.
    Father: Oh, really? Well, I guess we'll just have to pack up and go—OF COURSE IT'S LOCKED!!!
    • In the same episode, Father makes it clear to the KND-in-training that he plans to destroy their base and them along with it.
      Lee: Cool!
      Father: Yes, you say "Cool", but it's about to get very HOT!!!
  • The Red Guy from Cow and Chicken did this all the time, no matter what. He was crazy like that.
  • Dastardly and Muttley in Their Flying Machines: At the conclusion of the episode "Sappy Birthday," after Operation: Giant Magnet turns out to be a bust, Dastardly calls an impromptu meeting in the Vulture Squadron headquarters:
    Dastardly: (calmly) Now, now...relax gentlemen...(full volume) AND THAT'S AN ORDER!!
  • At the end of the Donald Duck short Grand Canyonscope, Donald and a mountain lion get into trouble when they cause a Disaster Dominoes incident that fills up the Grand Canyon.
    Ranger Woodlore: Well! I hope you're satisfied! You two have, in a matter of minutes, destroyed what took Mother Nature millions of years to create. The National Park rule book states, and I quote, "When a natural object is marred or defaced, it must be restored to its original state." (hands Donald and the lion shovels) So... START DIGGING!
  • King K.Rool of Donkey Kong Country, like all Large Ham villains, is prone to this;
    King K.Rool: So… Judging from your in-depth, precise report on your spy mission, you make one thing perfectly clear; YOU HAVE ABSOLUTELY NO IDEA WHAT THOSE APES ARE UP TO, DO YOU?!
  • Dan Backslide from The Dover Boys of Pimento University loves this trope.
    Dan: A runabout! I'LL STEAL IT! NO ONE WILL EVER KNOW!
  • Ed, Edd n Eddy:
    • Edd has a knack for doing this when exasperated or terrified out of his wits when things go From Bad to Worse:
      • From "Rent-A-Ed" after Ed, functioning as the towel rack for their spa scam, tears off the support beam for Jonny's house while still tied up to it, causing said house to collapse. The other two Eds tied him up there to keep him from wrecking anything else after their Mr. Fixit scam went bust, but when Eddy tells Rolf to put his towel back on after the latter ends up naked by turning up the heat in the makeshift sauna and scares off the other customers, needless to say, it wasn't enough to hold Ed.
        Ed: [busts through the wall after Eddy demands that Rolf put his towel back on] Towel rack, at your service!
        Eddy: Now look what you did!
        Edd: I can't bear to look. Has Rolf— [uncovers his face after seeking Rolf naked to see Ed's damage to the wall and the support beam jarred loose] IS THAT THE SUPPORT BEAM TO THE HOUSE!?!
        Ed: What's a support beam?
        Edd: This has been quite a day.
        [everyone screams as Jonny's house collapses]
      • In "From Here to Ed" when they try their last attempt at assassinating Kevin by disguising themselves as rain and storm clouds after he ruined their latest scam:
        '"No one would ever suspect Mother Nature to harbor a spring loaded circus cannon and BLOW INNOCENT BYSTANDERS TO KINGDOM COME!''
    • Eddy tends to do this a lot, too, more or less as a side-effect of his lack of an indoor voice.
      • From "Shoo Ed", when the Eds prepare Jonny for their annoyance extermination scam:
        "Hey, Jonny. People really like it when you say WHY ALL THE TIME!
  • The Fairly OddParents!
    • Denzel Crocker does this all the time.
    Crocker: If they survive, THEY'RE FAIRIES! If they don't, I HAVE TENURE!!!
    Crocker: [While scanning the genetic makeup of muffins] Oat...wheat...POPPY SEED!!!
    • Used in "Dream Goat!", when Timmy is sleep deprived and wishing for things.
    Wanda: It's only a matter of time before he wishes for something really dangerous.
    [Fairies face palm and then raise their wands]
  • On Family Guy, a Cutaway Gag wondered what it would be like if Hitler were still alive today, showing him as the host of an Oprah-style daytime talk show. When the show goes on commercial break...
    Hitler: If you are going to be in ze Los Angeles area und vould like tickets to Hitler, call 213-DU WERDEST EINE KRANKENSCHWESTER BRAUCHEN!
  • The Foxbusters:
    King Voracious: That baby...Daddy was telling SUCH A NICE STORY!
  • On Futurama, while Zoidberg's listening to Leela explain why she's not attracted to Fry:
    Zoidberg: So he's not perfect. You don't want to end up old and lonely like ZOIDBERG!
    *starts sobbing*
    Zoidberg: (completely back to normal) You were saying?
  • On Goof Troop, this was one of Peg and Pete's character traits.
  • Gravity Falls: In "The Time Traveler's Pig", Mabel does this when she gets distracted by the "Win a Pig" booth at the Mystery Fair.
    Mabel: Whatever happens, I'll be right here, supporting you every step of the— OH MY GOSH, A PIG!
  • Sir Raven from The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy is a dramatic narrator-type character who shows up in a few episodes, and is prone to suddenly shrieking at the audience.
    Sir Raven: Alas, poor Billy, doomed to walk the sepulchered streets of suburbia, a doomed husk of a child. Do not cry for him. DO NOT CRY!
  • Mr. Peevly in The Hair Bear Bunch debut ep "Keep Your Keeper" after Botch repeats his order:
    Peevly: (calm but tense) Uh, Botch...if I needed an echo for an assistant...(shouting) I'D HAVE HIRED THE GRAND CANYON!!!
  • Happens surprisingly often in Invader Zim, most by the titular character, but other characters are prone to it.
    Tallest Red: (After hearing Zim Motor Mouth for three hours) I was curious to see if you'd shut up on your own, but it's been three hours now, Zim. THREE HOURS!
  • Invader Zim: Enter the Florpus has GIR's "Peace is Nice" song.
    GIR: Peace is nice
    Peace is nice
    Peace is better than
    Chicken and Riiiiiice!
  • Kaeloo:
    • In the episode "Let's Play Scaredy Cat", Mr. Cat comes across the rest of the main four playing his favorite game, "Scaredy Cat".
      Mr. Cat (to Kaeloo): So, I hear you've been playing "Scaredy Cat" without me WHEN IT'S MY FAVORITE GAME!
    • He also does it in "Let's Play Danger Island Survivor" after finding out that the last challenge of Kaeloo's game show consists of avoiding cute little harmless sheep, despite being called "Danger Island Survivor".
      Mr. Cat: *imitating Kaeloo* Nice little sheepie-weepies, hehe... HAVE YOU BEEN SMOKING CANDY WEED?! TELL ME WHERE THE DANGER IS HERE!
    • Olaf does this to Kaeloo, Stumpy, Quack Quack and Mr. Cat when conveying the message that the directors have decided to fire them from the show in Episode 121.
      Olaf: All of you... ARE FIRED!
    • Stumpy does it very very often, almost Once per Episode. For example, in one episode, where he has the flu but Kaeloo and Mr. Cat decide to give a check-up to Quack Quack (who is perfectly fine).
      Stumpy: Could you please speed things up a bit? Because my flu is DRIVING ME NUTS!
  • King of the Hill has a hilarious example when Peggy is struggling in a Boggle Tournament she's in. Hank attempts to comfort and motivate her. But since he's doing it in the fashion of his high school football coach, it comes across as something completely different.
    Hank: Hey, you know, Coach used to say something that would fire us up when we were behind.
    Peggy: Yeah? What?
    Hank: LOSER! YOU'RE A LOSER! Are you feeling sorry for yourself?! Well you should be, 'cause you are DIRT! You make me SICK you big baby! Baby want a bottle?! A big DIRT BOTTLE?!
    Peggy: [crying] Why are you yelling at me?!
    Hank: Uh, I'm trying to be your Coach. Uh, it's, it's inspiring.
  • A few Looney Tunes examples:
    • Some early Bugs Bunny cartoons use this gag, notably in A Wild Hare;
      Elmer: Pardon me, but y'know, you wook just wike a wabbit.
      Bugs: C'mere. (Elmer leans in closer) Listen, Doc, now don't spread this around... but, confidentially...(yells in his ear) I AM A WABBIT!
    • In "Bugsy and Mugsy", where Bugs Bunny plays psychological warfare on Rocky and Mugsy, leading the former to believe the latter is plotting to kill him. Even after Rocky has beaten Mugsy near-unconscious and left him hog-tied outside of the room, Bugs still manages to make him think Mugsy is to blame, leading to the memorable line:
      Rocky: I don't know how ya's done it, BUT I KNOW YA'S DONE IT!!!
    • Tweety does this with one of his more memorable lines in the cartoon Birdie and the Beast:
      Tweety: Awww... the poor puddy tat. He fall down an' go BOOM!!!
    • In Wartime Cartoons, air raid wardens would often be the subject of ridicule. In particular, a character would have a tendency to yell either "TURN OFF THOSE LIGHTS!!!" or "PUT OUT THAT LIGHT!!!"
    • Porky and Gabby's boss in "Porky's Badtime Story" (and its remake "Tick Tock Tuckered" with Daffy):
    (Calmly and condescendingly) Well, well. If it isn't the Rover Boys, and only two hours late, too. Oh, it's a shame you both had to come in...If I'd only known, I would have brought your work out to you. (full volume) NOW GET THIS! IF YOU'RE LATE ONE MORE TIME, YOU'RE FIRED!!! GET TO WORK!!!
    • Inversion: As Bugs melts down in "Tortoise Wins By a Hare" trying to find out how Cecil Turtle always wins a race against him:
    Bugs: (full volume) I'LL FIND OUT HIS SECRET IF IT'S THE LAST THING I DO!!! (calmly) And I will, too.
    • "The Draft Horse" is about a horse who attains a sense of patriotism and wants to join the Army. As a recruiting center doctor gives him a physical:
    Doctor: Say "ah."
    Horse: (full volume) AAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH (goes on for some fifteen seconds; doc braces himself as if in a hurricane)
    Doctor: BE QUIET!!! SHUT UP!!!!
    Horse: But I thought you told me to say "ah."
    Doctor: (calmly) I did. But I didn't tell you to say (full volume) AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHH...
    • In "A Gruesome Twosome," two cats fight over who gets to kiss a girl cat who is puckering to get kissed. A dog suddenly appears:
    Dog: (to us) Ladies and gentlemen...I do not actually belong in this picture...(joyfully excited) BUT I CAN'T PASS UP A CHANCE LIKE THIS!!! (kisses cat, jumps around happily)
  • My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic:
    • In "Mare in the Moon", when Twilight Sparkle is annoyed by the overly-friendly reception she's been getting from the citizens of Ponyville.
      Twilight Sparkle: All the ponies in this town are crazy!
    • In "The Ticket Master", during Rarity's imagine spot of meeting her Prince Charming at the Grand Galloping Gala:
      Rarity: He would ask for my hoof in marriage, and of course I would say... YES!
    • In "Keep Calm and Flutter On", when Twilight Sparkle sees that Celestia has brought along the petrified form of Discord, villain of the season 2 premiere...
      Twilight Sparkle: With all due respect, Princess Celestia... how could you bring Discord here?! (ahem) Your majesty.
    • In "Every Little Thing She Does", after Starlight Glimmer tries using mind control on Twilight's friends to hang out with them in a more efficient manner:
      Rainbow Dash: Here's a friendship lesson for ya... don't cast spells on your friends!
  • Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts: In the form of a goofy song and then suddenly being attacked by a giant bird.
Kipo Oak: "Up on top, on my own,
A human girl, so far from home,
The flowers are big,
And the bees are weird,
It's dangerous, just like I feared,
On the surface worl—(Giant bird suddenly flies in and attacks Kipo)
  • The Powerpuff Girls, "Down 'N Dirty":
    Mayor: Buttercup! Thank goodness we found you. As Mayor of Townsville, I feel it is my sworn duty to tell you that… YOU STINK! YOU SMELL! YOU REEK! You’re stinking up the whole town! So either take a bath or take a hike!
    • In "Los Dos Mojos," when Bubbles thinks she's Mojo Jojo, she steals his outfit and kicks him out of his lair while was taking a shower. Blossom and Buttercup grill Mojo on what they think he did to Bubbles:
    Mojo: You've got to be kidding. I'm naked. I'm wet. Your sister is wearing my clothes. And this is all part of some evil plan to (full volume) RULE THE WORLD AS A SOGGY CHIMP IN MY BIRTHDAY SUIT???!!
  • One of Ren Hoek's traits from The Ren & Stimpy Show:
    • In "The Big Shot", Ren tries to take his mind off Stimpy having left to become a big Hollywood star:
      Ren: I'll watch some TV... it'll help me to RELAX! (grins maniacally, creepy BGM plays)
    • In "Big House Blues" (the original pilot episode), after another inmate at the pound is taken away for "the big sleep":
      Stimpy:note  "What's the "big sleep" Ren?
  • Max from Sam & Max: Freelance Police being a hyper-kinetic rabbity thing, apparently has as little control over his personal volume as his hyperactive behavior.
    Max : (after Sam explains his suspicions of a gorilla and a zebra driving a rover on the moon; namely that a real Zebra has hooves instead of hands and therefore cannot drive a moon rover) You're right! THE GORILLA SHOULD BE DRIVING!
  • Samurai Jack:
    • Aku has just ordered a monster from "Rent-A-Minion", who is a bit unclear on his mission. Aku offers a curt response.
      Aku: ...Right. Well, let me refresh your memory: DEESTROY *SAMURAI JACK*!!
    • 50 years after Aku destroyed all the time portals that would help Jack get back home, he had hoped to just wait it out, thinking Jack would just DIIIIIIIIIEEEEEEEEE!!!! But he didn't even age. He just grew that stupid beard.
    • Aku's Large Ham nature has him do this quite frequently, even when his voice is already naturally loud. Such as when reading some children fairy tales:
      "Once upon a time, there was a little girl with an adorable red cape and GREAT FLAMING EYEBROWS!!!"
  • From the South Park "Mysterion Trilogy"
    Cartman: You can't kick me out of Coon & Friends. I'm the FUCKING COON!!!
  • SpongeBob SquarePants:
    • From the episode "Clams":
      Squidward: Um, SpongeBob, haven't you noticed that Mr. Krabs has gone COMPLETELY INSANE?!
    • From "Sandy, SpongeBob, and The Worm":
      Squidward: That idea...may just be crazy enough...TO GET US ALL KILLED!
      • Later, when Sandy realizes she just wrestled the worm's tongue.
        Sandy: (calmly) Ohhhhhhh... this is the tongue... and the whole... thing is the... worm..... RUN FOR YOUR LIIIIIIIIFE!!!!!!
    • From "Skill Crane"
      Squidward: Because I'm all out of MONEY!
    • From "Graveyard Shift"
      Squidward: Spongebob, how could I be out there when I'm standing RIGHT HERE?!
    • From "Wormy"
      Spongebob: "We did it, Patrick! Sandy's gonna be so proud of us. We got that horrible monster out of her house and best of all her pets are safe, 'cause that horrible creature is now HEADING STRAIGHT FOR THE KRUSTY KRAB!"
    • Too many examples to count from "My leg!", as in that episode, almost every instance of "MY LEG!" "HIS LEG!" "YOUR LEG!" and "FRED'S LEG!" is shouted regardless of the volume of the rest of the sentence.
    • In “Can You a Spare a Dime?”, Spongebob does this a couple of times to Squidward.
      ‘’’Spongebob:’’’ “You know, when you swatted that newspaper out of my hands, it reminded me of something a friend of mine did, at his JOB!
      (While using puppets on a TV set): “Thanks, I’m a gonna go look for one (a job) so I can stop MOOCHING OFF MY FRIENDS and they can get back to their lives!”
    • In "The Original Fry Cook", Mr. Krabs says to Jim that he makes him laugh and one just doesn’t find employees like that anymore, completely ignoring Spongebob.
      ‘’’Spongebob:’’’ “Yeah, not unless you look RIGHT IN FRONT OF YOU!
    • From "Jellyfish Jam"
      Squidward: SpongeBob is the only guy I know that can have fun with a jellyfish...FOR TWELVE HOURS!
    • From "The Splinter"
      Squidward: The spatula..."TIED TO YOUR NOSE!"
    • From "Squid's Visit"
      Squidward: SpongeBob, thank you so much for that lovely invitation, but I must respectfully tell you I will never visit you..."EVER!"
    • From "Opposite Day"
      Squidward: It's not my BIRTHDAY!
  • Star Wars: The Clone Wars:
    • "Ambush": Ventress describes Yoda to a couple of her battle droids:
      "He'll be the small, shrivelled, green one... WITH THE LIGHTSABER!"
    • "Altar of Mortis":
      Father: I am not dead yet.
      Son: Well... perhaps, I am TIRED OF WAITING! [attacks the Father with Force lightning]
  • Steven Universe:
    • One moment Amethyst will be talking normally and the next she'll be shouting.
      Amethyst: Hey there, Steven! Why you standing there all sad like that?!
    • Done to terrifying effect in "Change Your Mind" when Steven is separated from his gem by White Diamond, expecting it to return Pink Diamond to her original self. Instead it results in an eerily emotionless Steven doppelgänger, and when White Diamond demands to know where Pink Diamond is, he just says "She's gone". When she doesn't believe him, he repeats himself, but suddenly screams loud enough to split White Diamond's throne room in half and leave a crater.
      White Diamond: What is this? Where is Pink?
      Pink Steven: She's gone.
      White Diamond: What did you say!? Answer me!
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2012): Donatello often dips into this whenever he's stressed, such as in "Showdown, Part 1," when Leonardo attempts to blow up the Kraang's portal with a Disintegrator Ray, only to find out that it is protected by a force field.
    Leo: There's a force field?! Why didn't you tell me?!
    Donnie: Well, because I wanted us to fail. [Beat] OBVIOUSLY, I DIDN'T KNOW!
  • Total Drama:
    • An hour into the challenge in "Evil Dread", the teams are still tied with no progress made since their initial finds. Chris narrates the situation with a soft whisper as if not to ruin anyone's concentration, then switches to frustrated shouting to wonder aloud why it's taking so long.
    • In "A Blast From the Past", Sugar answers Ella's pushy poem with one of her own. The two opening lines are a playful take on "Roses Are Red, Violets Are Blue..." and she switches out the two closing lines with an aggressive "GET OUT MY FACE!".
  • T.U.F.F. Puppy: In "Doom-Mates", after Dudley is told about the Chameleon's ability to shapeshift into anyone, he caps off any sentence he states to everyone he suspects of being him in disguise with "Or should I say...THE CHAMELEON!?".
  • 'Work It Out Wombats!: In "Zadie's Shell Shuffle," Zadie wants to JunJun to sing a song about her, but in doing so, he gives away her hiding places, and she gets mad at him for this. JunJun's response:
    JunJun: You wanted me to sing about you, so I did. But okay. I'LL NEVER SING FOR YOU EVER AGAIN!!
  • In Young Justice (2010), when the original Roy Harper discovers he's been a Human Popsicle for eight years and a clone replaced him and has been living his life, he goes from calmly reassuring the clone that he's not to blame for the whole mess to screaming at Green Arrow for abandoning him at the drop of a hat.
    Clone Roy Harper: I don't wanna be the cause of more conflict between you two. I'd understand if you never wanted to lay eyes on me again.
    Original Roy Harper: I dunno... Seems to me the clone didn't do anything wrong. He didn't ask to be created... plus he found me. I can't blame him for this. [to Green Arrow] BUT I CAN TOTALLY BLAME YOU!!! We were partners. Friends! How could you not know I'd been replaced?! How could you leave me in Luthor's hands for eight years?! ...And how did I not see how useless you are? Get out... GET OUT!!!

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