On Monday, Jesus goes into the temple and overturns the tables.
15 Then they came to Jerusalem. And he entered the temple and began to drive out those who were selling and those who were buying in the temple, and he overturned the tables of the money-changers and the seats of those who sold doves; 16and he would not allow anyone to carry anything through the temple. 17He was teaching and saying, ‘Is it not written, “My house shall be called a house of prayer for all the nations”? But you have made it a den of robbers.’Here is my post from two years ago, Den of Robbers.
18And when the chief priests and the scribes heard it, they kept looking for a way to kill him; for they were afraid of him, because the whole crowd was spellbound by his teaching. 19And when evening came, Jesus and his disciples went out of the city. Mark 11:15-19
Here is the Jesus Christ Superstar interpretation:
While a good tune and entertaining, the clip as do most interpretations of this scene, misses the point.
This is not a case where Jesus loses his temper because he is mad that people are selling cupcakes in the church parlor. This is a calculated demonstration to bring to awareness that foxes are in the henhouse.
It is an act of civil disobedience, like trespassing on military property to protest the School of Americas. The key is the phrase, "den of robbers." You don't rob in your own den. You rob elsewhere and hide in the den. The temple has become a den for these robbers. Those who run the system and who are supposed to help the people are instead really ripping them off and then they hide under the cover of religion and piety.
A modern day example, would be politicians who are oh--so--religious and wear their Christian jewelry, carry big ass bibles, and pray to Jesus in church so everybody sees them. Meanwhile, in the real world, they pass laws to take away rights and freedoms.
Jesus doesn't like it.