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A homewrecker is a person, object, or activity that causes the breakup of a marriage or similar relationship. Homewrecker may also refer to:
- "Homewrecker", a song by Annetenna from Annetenna
- "Homewrecker", a song by Converge from Jane Doe
- "Homewrecker" (song)", a song by Gretchen Wilson from Here for the Party
- "Homewrecker", a song by hellogoodbye from Zombies! Aliens! Vampires! Dinosaurs!
- "Homewrecker!", a song by Jarvis Cocker from Further Complications
- "Homewrecker", a song by Marina and the Diamonds from Electra Heart
- "Homewrecker", a song by Nick Lowe from The Convincer
- "Homewrecker", a song by Sarge from The Glass Intact
- "Homewrecker", a song by Sisqó from Return of Dragon
- "Homewrecker", a song by Sophie Ellis-Bextor from Make a Scene
- "Homewrecker", a song by Styx from Edge of the Century
- "Homewrecker", a song by Thirsty Merc from First Work
- Homewrecker, an EP by Wires On Fire
- Homewrecker (Grey DeLisle album), by Grey DeLisle
Film and television
- Homewrecker (TV series), a program on MTV
- Homewrecker (1992 film), a film featuring Kate Jackson
- Homewrecker (2009 film), a 2009 American LGBT film directed by Paul Hart
- "Homewrecker", an episode of The Closer
- "Homewrecker", an episode of The Shield
- "Homewreckers", a program on HGTV
- "Home Wrecker", the 18th episode of the sixth season of the FOX series American Dad!
- "Home Wreckers", the 20th episode of the fifth season of the CBS situation comedy How I Met Your Mother
- Homewrecker, the "Best of NEXT" award-winner at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival
- "Homewreckers", a bowling team featured on "Team Homer", the 12th episode of seventh season of The Simpsons
- "Home Wrecker", a sandwich featured on the menu of Hillbilly Hot Dogs
- "Homewrecker", an 8-ounce, foot-long hot dog with up to 25 toppings, featured on the 9th episode of the second season of Man v. Food
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