Not as over the top as some of the John Cloud Raven stories, but here's what I've got.
Playing Dogs in the Vineyard, Mormon gunslingers in the old west. One girl decides her character, Sister Faith, has a traumatic backstory involving rape, prostitution and a deep distrust of men. A little cliche, but hey- that stuff can, on occasion, be played well.
The thing is, she carries her character's hatred of men and superiority complex into every damn thing. My character, Sister Charity, is also female, but I tried to play her as a more innocent, traditional girl. Faith mocks her all the time for being naive for not immediately assuming all men are out to rape us, and for believing in god the way our job description says we should.
Now, Faith is a little trigger-happy, so our GM decides to throw us a problem where we'll have to come up with a non-violent solution. To that end, he has a town threatened by a man known as the Stranger, the scariest criminal in the west, out for revenge against the whole town for a wrong he feels they've done him. He's pretty unkillable, and the idea was that we'd have to actually negotiate.
Being a fan of westerns, I recognize that he's supposed to be Clint Eastwood's character from High Plains Drifter. Faith, of course, is less than cowed by him.