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zico 2:38 Fri Oct 30
Saddest Fictional TV Moment?
Watched the last episode of Blackadder Goes Forth tonight and that last scene as they go over the top and the screen fades to a field of poppies still hits quite hard especially for a comedy.

John Sullivan also had a great ability to go from comedy to drama in OFAH.

So what's your saddest fictional TV moment?

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gank 10:52 Sat Oct 31
Re: Saddest Fictional TV Moment?
Oh Stewie you cunt, that's a SPOILER as it was last night! Boo Hoo hoo!

stewey 3:43 Sat Oct 31
Re: Saddest Fictional TV Moment?
Last night when vinnie from just good friends turns out to be sharons dad ffs,lazy arsed fucking bbc scriptwriters,abolish the license fee.

tanman 11:36 Sat Oct 31
Re: Saddest Fictional TV Moment?
The end of Walkabout is a lovely and emotive piece of filming.

ChesterRd 11:00 Sat Oct 31
Re: Saddest Fictional TV Moment?
Films are shown on TV. #ANARCHYRULES

Kearley 9:19 Sat Oct 31
Re: Saddest Fictional TV Moment?
I thought he would regenerate into the new actor, Dr Who style.

Marston Hammer 9:13 Sat Oct 31
Re: Saddest Fictional TV Moment?
He should be dead but it probably wouldn't be the wisest move, franchise wise, to kill him off

http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/films/news/james-bond-should-have-died-within-7-minutes-of-skyfall-medical-experts-conclude-10162108.html

Kearley 9:00 Sat Oct 31
Re: Saddest Fictional TV Moment?
Ok, now I'm thinking he doesn't die and it was a joke?

But now I know he doesn't die, that's a spoiler!

I suppose I apologise to Jon and Trevor B.

Marston Hammer 8:52 Sat Oct 31
Re: Saddest Fictional TV Moment?
Kearley 1:13 Sat Oct 31
Re: Saddest Fictional TV Moment?

I think that maybe, just maybe, you've missed the joke.

madeeasy 8:45 Sat Oct 31
Re: Saddest Fictional TV Moment?
Wasn't a sad moment but a happy sad moment.

In OFAH. When rodney buys del the rolls Royce and he gives del the keys.

Then they drive to the pub and get a round of drinks and they ask for some sandwiches and Rodney goes to pay.

Del says no Rodney I will buy the sandwiches, as you bought the rolls...

Touching good rather than sad

Ronald_antly 4:22 Sat Oct 31
Re: Saddest Fictional TV Moment?
Lovejoy wrote...

"Every episode of Highway to Heaven before the happy ending. "

I didn't realise that "Highway to Heaven" was a porn show.

Lovejoy 4:17 Sat Oct 31
Re: Saddest Fictional TV Moment?
Every episode of Highway to Heaven before the happy ending.

Alfs 2:10 Sat Oct 31
Re: Saddest Fictional TV Moment?
Ring of Bright Water is a good call. If movies are allowed then I'd say the gorgeous Ali McGraw's demise in Love Story must be up there.

joe royal 2:02 Sat Oct 31
Re: Saddest Fictional TV Moment?
Ring of bright water anyone?

Monk~koknee 1:47 Sat Oct 31
Re: Saddest Fictional TV Moment?
Tom and Jerry's apparent suicide at the end of Bad Cat Blues.

scouse kid 1:41 Sat Oct 31
Re: Saddest Fictional TV Moment?
Shane dropping the Grenade into Lem's car in the Shield

Eerie Descent 1:38 Sat Oct 31
Re: Saddest Fictional TV Moment?
The real heartbreaker is going to be when Dot Cotton croaks it.

Hammer and Pickle 1:36 Sat Oct 31
Re: Saddest Fictional TV Moment?
IT WAS TELEVISION!

gph 1:23 Sat Oct 31
Re: Saddest Fictional TV Moment?
Them all saying it was a dream in Dallas - pretty sad, even for that shit

Kearley 1:13 Sat Oct 31
Re: Saddest Fictional TV Moment?
Trevor B

I've had a little think, and yes, to post up a massive spoiler of a film that has only just been released is a bit cuntish.

Especially on a thread that has nothing to do with films.

You think differently?

Hammer and Pickle 12:22 Sat Oct 31
Re: Saddest Fictional TV Moment?
People living TV as a real moment in their actual lives.


ffs.

Dr Matt 12:18 Sat Oct 31
Re: Saddest Fictional TV Moment?
When Will almost killed Carlton in FPOBA.

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