I cried watching both episodes. );
- Without a Trace, and the episode "In Extremis". A doctor from the Middle East disappears and he is immediately categorized as a terrorist. It turns out he was trying to stop his friend from commiting a terrorist act, but he ends up getting killed by the SWAT team while trying to save his American girlfriend's life. I bawled like a little girl.
Also, I seem to tear up watching show finales, such as Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (first time I watched it).
- The saddest television episode for me would be Third Watch's "September Tenth". The show tells stories of NYFD & NYPD and this episode occurs in 10.9.2001 & 11.9.2001. I don't think that I have to tell what happened on that day. It still creeps me to watch that episode and makes me very sad.
- The Buffy episodes that were mentioned previously were sad. Also, the Charmed episode where Piper loses Leo to the Angel of Destiny. And the last episode of the new Doctor Who season 2 when Rose and the Doctor say goodbye.
- Torchwood - season 1, ep 12 - don't know if it's aired in the States yet...so I won't say anything else other than dop & dir did a lovely job....oh and the ending of Doctor Who - Girl in the FireplaceEdited on 10/15/2007 2:44pm
ladycanuck wrote: On ER when Lucy died I was both sad and angry. Carter and Lucy had finally almost gotten together when BAM she was killed and Carter was left so heartbroken he became a drug addict. Anyone remember that one?
I was going to mention that one. Really depressing and unexpected.
Jurassic Bark for me too, because it is the only sad episode of a TV Show I just can't bring myself to watch again. I have all Futurama Seasons on DVD and have seen each episode maybe 5-10 times but have seen Jurassic Bark only once.
I am suprised however, that no one mentioned the great news recently put out regarding Futurama and Fry's Dog Seymour. The new Futurama episodes coming out will absolutely include an episode about Seymour or at least an update on him. Which almost guarantees Fry will clone him afterall.
As for other sad episodes, I would have to go with the Buffy and Angel Deaths too. Some didn't hit me so strongly, but quite a few of them did.
Also I recently watched the Wonder Years from start to finish on ION and, though I knew it was coming, still teared up when he said his father dies soon after. I had remembered it as being farther off too.Edited on 10/18/2007 2:26pm
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