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Bigtime92
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re: What is the most gut-wrenching scene on television?
Subway from Homicide: Life on the Street - amazing performance by Vincent D'Onofrio

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Also, Jane's death on Breaking Bad



Breesus
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re: What is the most gut-wrenching scene on television?
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Also, Jane's death on Breaking Bad




As far as gut wrenching goes, Andreas death is the worst on Breaking Bad. She's the innocent mom of a little kid and Todd shoots her in the back of the head while Jesse watches helplessly. That's scene is fricking brutal. LINK


Bigtime92
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re: What is the most gut-wrenching scene on television?
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Andreas death is the worst on Breaking Bad

Forgot about that one. Was indeed brutal. The thing that got me about Jane's death was the turmoil and conflict on Walt's face (Bryan Cranston nailed it in that scene)


USEyourCURDS
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re: What is the most gut-wrenching scene on television?
X files Episode "Home" when the mongoloids beat the shite out of the sheriff and his wife. frickin shite terrified me growing up
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Fewer Kilometers
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re: What is the most gut-wrenching scene on television?
Dan Turpin's death and funeral on Superman: The Animated Series.


Sayre
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re: What is the most gut-wrenching scene on television?
Ruth's hanging in Hell On Wheels


VinegarStrokes
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Eric Nies Grind Time
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re: What is the most gut-wrenching scene on television?
Mr Hooper's death on Sesame Street.


RedPants
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re: What is the most gut-wrenching scene on television?
Why does this thread keep popping up when Jurassic Bark is the clear winner everytime? It just makes everyone sad, and nobody wants to be sad during Christmas time. For shame OP, for shame.
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nerd guy
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re: What is the most gut-wrenching scene on television?
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Band of Brothers when they found the concentration camp.



That and the interview where he's saying the real heroes are still there.

Also, more gut-wrenching than the dog scene.

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Displaced
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re: What is the most gut-wrenching scene on television?
Objectively false. That scene is an "awww". Old and gray Seymour waiting his whole life for fry to return home is measurable in barrels of tears.


Hell, I got goosebumps just typing the above.


nerd guy
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re: What is the most gut-wrenching scene on television?
maaayyyybe it's just more sad if you do have an older brother. Jurassic bark never got to me like that luck of the fryrish


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sicboy
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re: What is the most gut-wrenching scene on television?
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X files Episode "Home" when the mongoloids beat the shite out of the sheriff and his wife. frickin shite terrified me growing up


Stopped watching X files because of this episode.


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GetCocky11
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re: What is the most gut-wrenching scene on television?
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Dr. Greene’s farewell on ER


This was going to be my vote.

That entire episode is just sad and has never stopped being sad. In fact, getting older, it just gets sadder.

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Jizzy08
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re: What is the most gut-wrenching scene on television?
I wanted to be that guy when I was a kid. Honestly, a big reason why I went to med school.


Ssubba
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re: What is the most gut-wrenching scene on television?
This scene from Scrubs.

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Arksulli
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re: What is the most gut-wrenching scene on television?
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The episode where Buffy's mom died was pretty brutal.



I still can't rewatch that episode all these years later.

I had developed an inner ear imbalance, which sucks by the way, and the specialist I went to see told me that it was probably a brain tumor that reached the point that not much could be done for it. So, that very night, I watched that episode.

I'd accepted my own mortality at that point, but watching the pain the family and friends went through was horrific.

Of course it turned out just to be an inner ear problem and not a massive tumor so frick that doctor.


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jerseyfla
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Member since Mar 2012
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re: What is the most gut-wrenching scene on television?
Not a fan of the show but my sister and wife were:
Full House when Papouli died.

I haven't routinely watched any drama shows since probably ER but two scenes from This Is Us:
When William died last season in Memphis and the first episode of this season when Rebecca gets Jack from Miguel's house and then fast forwards a year or 2 years later to where she drives with Jack's belongings, pulls up to the charred house looks at it and then wails. I can't wait for the rest of the season to unfold.



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Triple Bogey
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re: What is the most gut-wrenching scene on television?
I need to rewatch the Leftovers. I remember there being several holy shit/gut wrenching moments in that first season.


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