What is the saddest moment in TV history?
or possibly this
8 simple rules, after Ritter croaked.
She equipped doggo for a critical hit
That whole episode hit me in the fucking feels. When Fry finds out that his brother isn't actually a piece of shit but was instead bringing on Fry's 'legacy'.
Another good one was the one with Hermes and Bender.
>What is the saddest moment in TV history?
In no particular order
- Dr. Melfi gets raped (Sopranos)
- Mr. Hooper dead (Sesame St)
- Mary goes blind (Little House on the Prairie)
- Baby killed to keep it quiet from the enemy (MASH)
- Jax & Jemma don't hook up (Sons of Anarchy)
"Quite right too. And I suppose...if it's my last chance to say it...Rose Tyler..."
Dr Cox got kidneys for his patients, which were infected (rabies I think) and they all die within hours. He feels guilty, cause one them couldve waited another month.
based on a true story iirc
You both picked the wrong part
im 30 yrs old and my friend put this on tv for me to watch.
i loved every episode.
>tried so hard to no let that tear fall down my face.
rick and morty
spoiler alert: season 3 ending
>Jax & Jemma don't hook up (Sons of Anarchy)
Sons of anarchy lasted one season too long imo. All of a sudden, they spent one season of Jax turning into his father in too much of a hurry, it all felt forced. I wasn't even shocked when Jax shot Gemma and Unser.
>Dr Cox got kidneys for his patients, which were infected (rabies I think) and they all die within hours. He feels guilty, cause one them couldve waited another month.
House did that storyline better.
Fry's dog from Futurama
Sam doesn't leap home in Quantum Leap
Jessie gets strung out because of the kid dying
Herschel dies in The Walking Dead
Hold the door
Edith dies in All In The Family
Dexter finds Rita dead in the bathtub
The worst that hit me when I was a kid was Quantum Leap because that shit sucked.
the Family Ties episode where Alex's friend dies
you must be the only person to not relate to walt. The whole point is for you to relate to him as he goes through the change.
Im guessing your favorite character was Skylar or that retarded bitch Marie.
that Anon wasn't talking about Ben Leukemia, he was talking about Cox's suspension for approving transplants from a donor with undiagnosed rabies. it was 1-2 seasons before the Ben story arc.
When you find out the Connor family never won the lottery, Dan really had a heart attack and died a year earlier, David was really with Becky and Mark was with Darlene.
that or he spent the entire episode hallucinating that his friend was around, chatting, and having a good time. Then, while snarking and such, JD asks him where he thinks he is, at which point he realizes hes at the funeral. One of those two episodes.
The other really sad one is when Turk and JD skip steak night to hang out with a dying man.
Absolutely horrible dude. Literally the saddest thing I've seen on TV and so incredibly abrupt. I can't believe after all that shit Sam Becket just gets told to fuck off by god and that he's doing more leaps.
The episode in HIMYM where Ted is having a halucination while hes at the bar about future Teds and Barneys. Towards the end of the episode he realizes it was all in his head and that hes actually sitting at the table by himself while he goes through flashbacks of all his friends moving on with their lives with their partners. I believe hallucination Barney says something along the lines of:
"Marshall and Lily are at home putting Marvin to bed. Robin and I are at my apartment arguing over our wedding stuff. And youre sitting at a bar. Face it Ted, you're all alone.
Gets me every fucking time.
Samefagging all night, but this was all the feels
when the left guy died in the pond
The sentinel was an awesome show
Honestly Game of Tones was the hardest feel of all.
>The whole point is for you to relate to him as he goes through the change
Sure, it was a very resonate character arc. He will still a piece of shit that risked the life of his family for his own business. A risk that was razor close on more than one occasion.
>Im guessing your favorite character was Skylar or that retarded bitch Marie.
Skylar could be a cunt, yes, but what else do people expect from a wife who's with an abusive husband? The butthurt was ridiculous.
Marie I hope died in a chemical fire. She was beyond useless .
Favorite character was Hector or Mike tbh.
Dr Cox brother in law died from cancer
The entire episode he's hanging around his brother in law (who isn't really there)
They end up at the park and Dr Cox thinks he's at his son's birthday
J.D ends up asking "..where do you think we are?"
They're at his brother in laws funeral
I prefer this scene. What a knockout, everything about it.
More kinda cringy than sad - but then again, the UK office has kind of a sentimental tone going, although that might be just from being reminded of my own life circling the drain in similar environments.
Come, friendly bombs, and fall on Slough!
It isn't fit for humans now,
There isn't grass to graze a cow.
Swarm over, Death!
When Mr Ed caught rabies and tried to skullfuck Wilbur.
THE ENDING OF STARGATE SG-1.
Teal'k aged decades so you could live and he said nothing, be mournful.
> Anakin kills all the defenseless force sensitive children in an orphanage
The saddest scene for me was in S2 when Walt went to Jesse to talk to him about his addiction heart to heart only to find him passed the fuck out on heroin
Fuck man, that bothered me 100x more than Jane puking to death in the exact same scene.
Hodor was worse for me personally for the same reason it's sadder in movies when animals die than people. It reminded me a bit of Iron Giant, an innocent and loyal gentle giant companion sacrificing himself so his friends can live got me right in the feels. Shireen's death was more rage inducing than anything else (only against Melisandre though, as Stanis is the Mannis and will return to save Westeros).
I hated this.
This was during an era where comedies were funny as hell the first half and then would shift to a drama the next half.
This scene got me unexpectedly, I didn't even care about the happy ending, I felt violated (topkek ensued).
Oh i remember that. My first job acting. You can totally play Wilbur, they said. Just get down here, under this horse, they said. I had an ear infection for weeks, and they didn't even cover my co-pay.
And they made him a knight of the realm. Overrated.
There is a little cringiness to the scene, but I always found it a tough watch because it's someone who never admits to any kind of weakness and suddenly is in tears, begging, and at pretty much their lowest point. Along with Derek, I think Gervais is a pretty goddam good actor for certain types of characters and occasionally invests actual, palpable emotion into his roles.
It was a good scene, but knockout? Maybe I don't remember the specifics, but did he really admit anything we didn't already know?
I was more knocked out at the part where Walter visits his old home, and casually greets his neightbour. Too funny, but then it dawns on me I'm still kinda rooting for this guy and his badassery.
Germany wrecking, raping and burning Brazil in the World Cup 2014, 7-1.
...I actually laughed my ass off drunk, then fucked somebody senseless.
yup, the heartbreak in wales face was the second it went too far... he finally took it to a place he couldn't recover a shred of family life again, this was the second his family was truly gone
the death of Mike made me fucking furious
fuck that asshole. You remember that Walt did everything for his family, even to not kill that asshole, even if it was the best choice ? I never cared that that asshole died after he said "i dont give a shit about the family" and showed that hes even worse than Walter. I bet that he could have survived it if wasnt for him being cool
Glad she died... Hated the series due to her and various other shit... used to be good, but I mean come on, that shit just turned bad the longer it went... Pretty much dropped it after she was dead.
Hawkeye was recounting it during his stay in the mental hospital . . at first he convinced himself it was a chicken the woman killed, but breaks down when he admits that it was her own baby.
Funny you mention that, because the scene in the gif is somewhat related to that one. In the moment, Walt letting Jane die is played off as him doing what's best for Jesse, which is a reoccuring thing throughout the show. Walter tells himself he's doing what's best for others, when in reality his motivations are purely selfish, and the excuses get flimsier and flimsier as he does worse and worse things. By the end of it he's lost everyone he has to love and has nobody left to do terrible things for. It's only then when he says "I did it for me. I liked it," that confesses to his selfishness.
Fucking great show.
Forget about this one? Fucking soul-less man.
I understand that now, but I'm 29. If was one of the first "adult" shows I watched from premier to finale. I grew up with it. It gave me feels.
Like when Elliot threw Kelso the bday party and it wound up getting hime thrown into forced retirement.
the Wonder Years episode where Kevin's math teacher dies
He definitively allowed her death to happen, he saw her overdosing, and decided to not act on it, and thereby letting her die. That's as good as killing, in my book.
As for Jane somehow being at fault for Jesse going on heroin, they were bad for each other. In fact. Jane was off the wagon until Jesse moved in.
the worst part about that hug scene in Fresh Prince, was the fact that it was unscripted. Smith actually had a break down on set about his own irl dad running out on him. Mr Banks comforting his nephew was one actor realizing that another was losing it.
It was a horrible feeling scene, but I'm glad that Vic's attempts to get them both killed playing John Wayne failed . . . that would've been the easy way out.
The moral of Ronnie's story is that you're the average of the people you're with most: he became part Vic and Shane. For that he must pay and a heroic death battling criminals would not settle the bill.
One of the most over rated things on television, ever. It was utter horseshit. It was clear early on that the writers had no fucking clue where they were taking it past season one or that it would take off the way it did for reasons unknown.
Holy fuck THIS
The whole series had some really sad moments. The one where Winnie gets into that really bad car accident. The final two episodes where Kevin drives to that country club to see Winnie and realizes that they're never going to be together.
That show gives me the feels like no other. As far as I'm concerned... The Wonder Years > Boy Meets World
Yeah I somehow ignored it but I started to occasionally watch an episode and it really grew on me. Definitely want to keep watching since its a really nice mix of comedy and serious drama.
Anons are butchering the description of the episode of Scrubs where Dr. Cox accidentally kills multiple people.
Near the beginning of the episode, Dr Cox and JD run into an middle age previous patient who's extremely annoying. She tells them how terrible her life is going (but she's upbeat, so they thought nothing of it), and basically reaches out, but doesn't to JD. JD then ignores her and moves on with his busy life.
She "commits suicide" and JD feels like it's his fault. Dr Cox takes JD out for lunch, explaining it isn't. Dr Cox tells JD " Once you start blaming yourself for deaths that aren't your fault, my friend, that's a slippery slope that you can't come back from. And trust me, I've seen it ruin a hell of a lot of good doctors and I will not let it happen to you." JD feels better.
So, the woman who committed suicide is a perfect donor for 4 of Dr Cox's sick patients, and Cox uses the middle-aged woman's organs. Little did he know, she was killed by rabies.
Cut to scenes where he's trying to save the 4 patients, and they all die. Broken, Cox snaps off his gloves, and walks out the door, stricken with guilt.
JD stops him before he leaves, and tells Cox, "Once you start blaming yourself for deaths that aren't your fault, that's a slippery slope that you can't come back from."
Dr Cox turns around, tears in his eyes, and says, "I know".
I couldn't stop. Holy fuck. Those tears.
I hope it stays dark forever
I hope the worst isn't over
And I hope you blink before I do
And I hope I never get sober
And I hope when you think of me years down the line
You can't find one good thing to say
And I'd hope that if I found the strength to walk out
You'd stay the hell out of my way
I am drowning, there is no sign of land
You are coming down with me, hand in unlovable hand
And I hope you die
I hope we both die
Saddest part of Breaking Bad was either Mike's death or the scene where Jessie talks about the wood box he made in class.
This is from Skins (a show that started strong and went to shit quickly), Chris' funeral.
> has a time machine
> can't see someone ever again because reasons
> she comes back anyway for a special episode because reasons
> can't corrupt own timeline
> does it several times anyway
> forgets about Rose while doing so
The "impossible barriers" such as the one between the Doctor and Rose are overcome when the plot demands it. Rose will come back when the writers want her to. There is nothing that can get that out of my head in Dr. Who. There is zero suspension of disbelief because he's got a fucking time machine.
Why not go back to the moment where she's about to be lost forever and take her out of time like what happened with Clara? Have a long time together and then drop her right back. That would work but no: forced, meaningless block to that happening because reasons.
"She's Broke her back, she'll never jump again"
yeah this episode got me when I was a kid, but it still didn't get me to cry.
I literally can't watch Game of Tones without crying. I'm kind of embarrassed of how vulnerable it makes me
Not sure if the saddest, but definitely a heavy monent.
When Wash from firefly dies in Serenity.... so sudden...so pointless.