Some TV characters are totally unfair. When someone wrongs them, these characters lash out and deliver unjust levels of retribution. Never get on the wrong side of these TV characters, because they will retaliate against you in a truly disproportionate way.
Jessica Pearson, "Suits"Jessica plays hardball, but she's generally pretty fair. But one decision from her past seems a bit harsh. Getting rid of David Hardman made sense, but firing Monica Eton seemed a little much. Granted, Monica was sleeping with Hardman and likely had some knowledge of his embezzling ways, but it appears that Jessica did more than just fire Monica; she also got her blacklisted so that no other firm would hire her. Five years after getting fired, Monica is working retail. In the process, Jessica made an enemy she didn't even need to make. Not smart.
Maris, "Frasier"In the infamous episode "That Last Time I Saw Maris," Niles gets upset when Maris disappears for three years. He thinks she's been hurt or kidnapped, but she just went on a shopping spree without telling him. When he asks her for an apology, she files for divorce. Maybe if she ate more, she wouldn't have been so quick-tempered. Thankfully Niles ended up with Daphne.
Pierce Hawthorne, "Community"Pierce takes all of his revenge schemes too far. "Intermediate Documentary Filmmaking" is all about Pierce's plan to hurt his fellow Spanish students for some minor slight against him. But more awful is Pierce's plan to get back at his friends for "ignoring" him in "Advanced Dungeons & Dragons." While the rest of the study group tries to keep a kid from killing himself, Pierce tries to ruin the kid's life just to get back at his friends. Pierce has issues, probably because of his jerk of a father.
Pretty much everybody, "Rome"Nearly every person in Rome has a temper and flies off the handle at even the slightest provocation. Some political retaliations make a little bit of sense: Caesar kills a man for publicly criticizing him, and Marc Anthony has a man killed just for laughing at him. Elsewhere, Titus Pullo killed a man as revenge for cheating at cards. Unsurprisingly, Atia has the scariest, most unreasonable responses to people who offend her. Atia has an entire family slaughtered. The reason: The family's daughter was a bad influence on Atia's own child. Seems like ancient Rome was a scary, scary place.