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What sad moments are there for you from a tv show you watch or used to watch that really moved you, whether its whats happening in the scene, a song/music being used over the top of it, the acting or all combined like me.

Heres two of mine, both from Scrubs, which despite being a comedy show has some of the most moving scenes in the whole of tv.


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Fred's death in Angel


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Amber's death in House. Tom's "death" in Spooks at the end of series 2.

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The scene in the final episode of M.A.S.H. with Hawkeye in the bus with the Korean woman and her baby. Probably the most emotional event in TV ever. It was raw, painful and worst of all, very real feeling.

Same episode, same TV show, M.A.S.H., the very final scene with Hawkeye in the helicopter looking down to see stones arranged on the ground to say "goodbye" left for him by his long time friend Hunnicutt.

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Buffy's sacrifice at the end of season 5 and
Amber's 'death' at the end of The Tribe series one.

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Starbucks "Death" at the end of BSG (the one where she just disappeared, in the last episode) I thought she was going to get a happy ending with Apollo.

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That was a harsh moment.

The only moment in TV that made me feel sad was the Doctor and Rose saying goodbye to each other.




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@Angel of Blood: in addition to those two Scrubs scene also the scene when Carla says goodbye to Laverne when she died.
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I was going to mention the Laverne scene as well.

The rape of Jemma, the death of Half-sack and the theft of Jax's son in Sons of Anarchy

The death of Hector in The Unit.

Jack Duckworth's and Mike Baldwin's deaths in Corrie.

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Yeah, I agree with Vaz. Gemma getting raped, and then found in Sons of Anarchy, was very emotional. As was Donna's death in season one, that actually gave me a lump in my throat..

But, Abel getting taken by the Irish and the subsequent stabbing of Half-Sack is also sad, even more so when Jax breaks down at the end.

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'Yes, lord.'
'Is your dick hard yet?'
'No, lord.'
''What? You've got your spear in a man's guts and your dog isn't stiff? What are you, a woman?'
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