What TV show scene will you never forget?

What TV show scene will you never forget?


"Get on your feet! Get up and make it happen!" From Parks and Rec


I have a minor panic attack every time I hear that song.


I love a bit where the commit so hard that it stops being funny, then comes around to be funny again. This is the classic example.


"AP-RIL FOO.." *Kitchen explodes* Every year on 4/1 I delightfully open up /r/TheSimpsons to watch the gif that is inevitably already posted with 10,000 awards


"Looks like an explosion at the Simpson place." "Forget it, that's two blocks away." "There appears to be beer flowing out of the chimney." "I am proceeding on foot. Call in a code eight." "We need pretzels, I repeat, pretzels!"


My favorite part of this gag is that Wiggum is napping in the passenger seat. He's too lazy to let his partner drive 2 blocks lol


Frank Underwood, Zoe Barnes and a train. Man did that show go downhill later on, though.


The problem with House of Cards is that it's just not that far fetched anymore. We thought Frank Underwood was as bad as it could possibly get. Then the real world came along and ruined it for us.


On behalf of my fellow old folks: "As God is my witness, I thought turkeys could fly."


Is this from WKRP??




Les Nessman.....hilarious


I watch this every Thanksgiving. It never gets old.


Neither do the turkeys.


Under 30. “It’s almost like they ordered a counterattack.”


Dr. Cox destroying the room after losing the third patient in a row while Carla looks on helplessly. Much better use of How to Save a Life than Grey’s version. There, I said it. Can’t take it back now.


Greys anatomy is garbage. I said it.


The fire test in the office


Angela hiding a cat in her filing cabinet and then yeeting it into the ceiling will live in my brain until I die


"Save Bandit!"


And it just plunges right back down through the suspended particle tile ceiling. Whatever writer had the idea for that is a genius


"The fire is shooting at us!"


"Today, smoking is gonna save lives." - Dwight Schrute


“Where do you think we are?” -Scrubs The time lapse scene with Seymour on Futurama. “Sarah Lynn? Sarah Lynn? Sarah Lynn?” - Bojack Horseman. So I guess the sad ones stick.


All of those are gut punches.... The Bojack one that really killed me was the "I need you to tell me I'm a good person" scene.


I’m certain there are so many from that series. What a masterpiece. If the question was for episodes not scenes I would have thrown in the one where Bojack does the funeral monologue.


I knew the Scrubs one would be here. That episode is an emotional mess. It took me awhile to put together that Ben was walking around without his camera with Dr Cox. He made a comment before that the only way he would take the camera off is if he dies. Such a great show.


It's such a subtle little detail. You can pinpoint the exact moment when Ben dies. Look for him taking off his camera.


One day my brain will forget the Seymour montage scene and I wont understand why, but I'll start smiling again. *Goddamn* that was such a gut punch.


It's been well over a decade since I first saw that episode of Scrubs and it still makes me want to bawl like a baby. Fuck.


Oof, the BoJack one. That's the one.




“Oh, BoJack. There is no other side. This is it.”


“My mother is dead and everything is worse now”


The weak breeze whispers nothing The water screams sublime His feet shift, teeter-totter Deep breath, stand back, it’s time Toes untouch the overpass Soon he’s water bound Eyes locked shut but peek to see The view from halfway down A little wind, a summer sun A river rich and regal A flood of fond endorphins Brings a calm that knows no equal You’re flying now You see things much more clear than from the ground It’s all okay, it would be Were you not now halfway down Thrash to break from gravity What now could slow the drop All I’d give for toes to touch The safety back at top But this is it, the deed is done Silence drowns the sound Before I leaped I should’ve seen The view from halfway down I really should’ve thought about The view from halfway down I wish I could’ve known about The view from halfway down


Dwight’s fire drill - the office The red wedding - game of thrones Mountbatten’s assassination - the crown Zuko vs. Azula final duel - Avatar the Last Airbender Spongebob at the super bowl Tony’s fight with Carmela over tony cheating. The big fight, the one where Carmela asks “what does she have that I don’t?” - the Sopranos Maria branding piper with a [email protected] orange is the new black


About Mountbatten’s assassination. The moment he mentioned lobsters, I knew what was coming. The anticipation for me was so intense because of that.


"My name is ASAC Schrader and you can go fuck yourself."


Ah, hell. That scene is so hard to watch. Not because it's bad, it's just so damn unjust. Hank was the good guy of the show. Gomie deserved better, too.


On rewatches I noticed there is a very small but intentional scene where Walt Jr talks about how everyone knows who Pablo Escobar is but not the guys who caught him, and then Hank starts his redemption arc and starts getting a lot more screen time.


I think it's hard to sit still because you can see it coming from a mile away, just like Hank does... but Walter doesn't.


“You’re the smartest guy I know, but you’re too stupid to realize he made up his mind 10 minutes ago.”




The scene with Will's dad in "Fresh Prince of Bel Air." Radar announcing Henry Blake's death in MASH. Sophia finding out her friend has Alzhiemers in "Golden Girls."


“How come don’t he want me, man?” That scene hits hard. Also the scene where Will has to tell the whole family that Carlton almost died because he took the speed in his locker. And the scene where Will makes Carlton give up his gun after Will gets shot.


I think I only saw this once and it was decades ago just watching reruns, but it really sticks with me. There is a scene in M\*A\*S\*H where the surgeon, Charles (Charles Emerson Winchester III, M.D.) goes to speak with a soldier after surgery. Charles explains that the soldier had extensive damage to his leg, but that he had been able to save it from amputation by transplanting some tendons from the soldier's hand. Though the soldier will likely have a slight loss of dexterity in the hand, he will now make a full recovery and have full use of his leg. The soldier just raised his hand and says, "I'm a concert pianist." Charles goes from delighted and triumphant to being clearly stricken. His character was portrayed as an old-school New England aristocrat, icy cold and a "high culture" snob. This is one of the few times you see him being really human, as you see him go from glee at his own extremely talented performance to guilt and empathic sadness. And you also know he loves classical music and values it in a way most of the other surgeons do not, so he understands more deeply what has been lost. It's a short scene, but there is so much in there in terms of complex emotions, and about how you be a hero and still have equivocal results.


>**Major Charles Winchester:** Don't you see? Your hand may be stilled, but your gift cannot be silenced if you refuse to let it be. >**Private David Sheridan:** Gift? You keep talking about this damn gift. I *had* a gift, and I exchanged it for some mortar fragments, remember? >**Major Charles Winchester:** Wrong! Because the gift does not lie in your hands. I have hands, David. Hands that can make a scalpel sing. More than anything in my life I wanted to play, but I do not have the gift. I can play the notes, but I cannot make the music. You've performed Liszt, Rachmaninoff, Chopin. Even if you never do so again, you've already known a joy that I will never know as long as I live. Because the true gift is in your head and in your heart and in your soul. Now you can shut it off forever, or you can find new ways to share your gift with the world - through the baton, the classroom, or the pen. As to these works, they're for you, because you and the piano will always be as one. [That episode is top-tier in a show full of top-tier episodes.](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ijEiwBLCXeo) I've been "playing" the drums for 20 years, but I never really learned how to play. I'm self taught, mainly just playing alongside records I enjoy, but I can't read music, I don't know my rudiments, I have zero creativity.... All I can think of is the line **"I can play the notes, but I cannot make the music."** I've finally started taking lessons to *learn* how to play, after 20 years of "playing."


To add to scenes from M\*A\*S\*H that stick with you - the horrifying realization that the chicken Hawkeye remembered wasn't a chicken.


The one that always gets me is the one where Hawkeye remembers a traumatic event from childhood "HE PUSHED ME!"


The one that really got me was Charles' arc in the finale when he teaches a group of Chinese prisoners Mozart, and later finds one of them dying on his operating table and he learns the others were already dead. He has to essentially renounce his love for music because it's too painful to think about.


Also the one about the person with the stutter whom Charles defends, and it’s then shown that his sister speaks with a stutter.


I just watched that episode last night! Ugh the look in Charles face when the young man reveals he’s a concert pianist. That’s why I like Charles. He may have been the stick in the mud but he had some great moments. Also the Christmas episode where he gives chocolate to the orphans and then discovers it was sold on the black market, he confronts the man who sold it who explained he sold it to pay for cabbage and rice for the children instead, Charles has a great line about “I gave children dessert who had no dinner” (paraphrased) it really gets to me.


He absolutely was a stick in the mud with great moments. Another that really got to me is when there is a soldier with a stutter who a couple other soldiers (and a higher officer) tease and make him feel like he is mentally unfit. Charles gives away a prized book of his own to the soldier with a stutter and a lecture on why he shouldn’t allow it to hinder his education past comic books. Later, Charles plays a message from his sister who he often dotes on in conversation and it reveals that she also has a stutter. Made my heart swell. Don’t get me wrong, I enjoyed Frank but he was only ever a stick in the mud. Charles had depths too and that is what made him so much better.


I love the one where one soldier is being bullied by the others because he has a speech impediment, so Charles talks to and comforts him, and at the end of the episode he plays a recording from his sister who also has a speech issue. Maybe my favorite episode of M*A*S*H.


The ending of the episode of "Jurassic Bark", Futurama. While Futurama had had it's sappy and sentimental moments in the past (ie "Luck of the Fryish"), they were ultimately happy moments. Jurassic Bark comes along and hits you across the face. I cry just thinking about, and I'm tearing up now writing about.


Not Penny's Boat


How about that season two episode with the massive WTF moment.. Michael kills Ana Lucia. Michael kills Libby. Michael opens the door to "Henry Gale" and shoots himself. I have never been more enamoured with a television show!


The elevator scene in the first Season of Fargo.


The final scene of Newhart. I can’t think of a sitcom with a better ending.


*Leaves on the vine* *Falling so slow* *Like fragile, tiny shells* *Drifting in the foam* *Little soldier boy* *Come marching home* *Brave soldier boy* *Comes marching home* Happy birthday, my son.


Oh my god you didn’t need to do this to me today


You need to stop :(


The fact that I'm currently reading ATLA fanfition AND crying can't be a coincidence




The Red Wedding is definitely up there... Another one is in the second season of "The Shield" when the main character, corrupt detective Vic Mackey, holds a drug dealer's face against a lit stove burner.


I thought it was Ronnie's face that was held to the burner?


That was done to him, off screen, by that drug dealer as revenge.


There was a lot of scenes from The Shield that I will never forget! That show was something else.


The last scene of the series finale of Six Feet Under.


Every time Omni-Man causes a massacre in Invincible (the Guardians, the Flaxans, the subway, etc.) That one-shot hallway fight in Season 1 - Daredevil Walter’s breakdown in “Crawl Space” - Breaking Bad The twist ending of “Shut Up and Dance” - Black Mirror


Walters breakdown when he starts laughing manically. So good


'Shut Up and Dance' was the first episode of Black Mirror that I watched with my mom a year or so ago. I was so glad that the next episode we watched was 'San Junipero'




Series finales are hard to land. MASH got it right.




Oh wow. I completely understand that feeling, but I'm also a little sad you haven't seen it if you love the show. It's got so many good moments. I love the episode you mentioned, too.


Took me 6 months to watch mash beginning to end. That last episode was wonderfully done. That damn show is just too good. You always have AfterMASH to watch too.


The scene in the second season of 'Survivor - Australia', where the guy inhaled smoke and then fell into the campfire, got seriously burned and had to be evacuated and so dropped out of the show early.


I think that one really stands out because it was real. This wasn't acting, that was a real person who got severely injured out there and had to be medivaced, and a bunch of real people standing around freaking out in an emergency. I think for those that thought Survivor was just a bunch of actors on an island up till that point, most changed their tune after that.


He (Michael Skupin) came back for season 25 and tied for second place. Also, he's unfortunately (for the kids, not him) a convicted pedophile now, so that scene doesn't quite hit the same for me anymore.


See? It doesn't matter what we did in the past, the only thing that matters is this moment, this tiny spectacular moment we're sharing together, right Sarah Lynn?, Sarah Lynn?............ Sarah Lynn?.


It was an episode of ER... Dr. Greene is on duty when a woman in labor comes in with her husband, all excited because the baby is coming. Over the course of the episode things start going wrong, develop into major complications and the mother ends up dying. They manage to save the baby though. Last scene they show the father (same actor who played Josh on West Wing, Brad Whitford I think?) holding the baby and sitting next to his dead wife's hospital bed. I had never seen an episode of TV like that. It was intense.


And didn't the dad have to make a decision on what procedure to have and had to essentially chose between saving his wife or the baby?


In Carpe Jugulum by Terry Pratchett, a witch makes the same decision. The midwife wants to know why she didn't consult the father. She said, "What did he ever do to me that I should hurt him so?" Pratchett really understood being human.


“How come he don’t want me, man?”


I wish there was a way to know you're in the good old days before you've actually left them. \- Andy Bernard


For me it’s “Hey Mr Scott, whatcha gonna do? Whatcha gonna do? Make our dreams come true!!”


_Good luck paying me back with your zero dollars-a-year salary plus benefits, babe!_


You took me by the hand...


Made me a man…


That one NIGHT!!


You made everything alright!


*snip snap snip snap snip snap*


Yea that one hurts too much


Oberyn martell’s crushed head still haunts me to this day


That scene randomly pops into my head and gives me the chills all over again.


"Today is not the day I die." —Oberyn Martell, the day he died


"Mr. Gaeta, start the clock."


"This is the Battlestar Pegasus to the ship claiming to be the Galactica, please respond"


The [Carousel pitch](https://youtu.be/suRDUFpsHus) from *Mad Men* season one.


“Attention all staff, attention all staff. Colonel Henry Blake’s plane was intercepted over the Sea of Japan…there are no survivors as of this moment…” The look on everyone’s faces was heart breaking.


M.A.S.H: When Radar bolts into the operating room to break the news about Lt. Col. Blake. The Wire: D- Yeah, I made my decision. Where's Wallace at? Where the fuck is Wallace? Where's Wallace, String? String! Where the fuck is Wallace? Huh? Stringer!


The MASH one was the one that came to mind for me. Poor Radar having to break everyone's hearts.


MASH, but the chicken on that bus


For it's silly atmosphere there sure are some pretty dark and twisted situations. Nice username btw.


Dexter finding Rita in the bathtub.


Yeah I thought the scene was a dream. Because it seemed so out of the blue


No soup for you!


You come back, ONE year!


My favorite Seinfeld episode was Mr. Bookman, the library cop.


Buffy - The Body. "Mom? Mom? ... Mommy?" And for the most gutwrenching thing I have ever seen; "we're not supposed to move the body!" Followed by the look of absolute horror as the shock wears off and she realized what she just said. Sarah Michelle Gellar deserved awards for that show. If anyone ever doubted her abilities, tell em to watch that episode. Absolutely perfect television.


That episode is one of the best 45 minutes of TV ever




So I watched Buffy back in the day but stopped around season 4. I recently in the past year picked it back up. Joyce dying wasn't a surprise because of course in the past 20 years I'd heard all about it, but I'd never seen the episode. I also watched it while I was a bit stoned and this episode is done unlike any other episode in the entire series so it was just so... intense. And with my sense of time being warped, the scenes felt that much more gut wrenchingly long. The silence was deafening.


Sopranos. When Carmella goes to see a psychiatrist and he tells her he won’t take her money because it’s blood money. He says “take the children, what’s left of them, and go.” That gets me.


Lisa need braces. Dental plan. Also White Tulip from Fringe


When Leland Palmer realises who killed Laura/ his death scene.


ST: TNG, "The Inner Light" "It's me, isn't it? I'm the someone."


In the final episode of the first season of The Legend of Korra, the scene where Tarlok kills himself and his brother as he is saying "we will be together just like the good old days", while his brother is shedding a tear of joy unaware of his upcoming demise. This scene shocked me the first time I've watched it, but I was too young to fully comprehend this scene and it's implications. As I re-watched it recently I anticipated it, but never imagined how deeply unsettling it will be to me.


“I was too young to understand” fuck I’m getting old.


Final scene of Cheers. Sorry, we're closed.


Charlie dying in LOST


The fish out of water episode in Bojack Horseman where Bojack writes a letter to Kelsey which says, "Kelsey, in this terrifying world, all we have are the connections that we make. I'm sorry I got you fired, I'm sorry I never called you after."


"I am Locutus, of Borg. Resistance is futile."


Doctor Who and his speech about war in the Zygon Inversion [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BJP9o4BEziI](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BJP9o4BEziI) *The Doctor: Because it’s not a game, Kate! This is a scale model of war. Every war ever fought, right there in front of you. Because it’s always the same. When you fire that first shot, no matter how right you feel, you have no idea who’s going to die! You don’t know who’s children are going to scream and burn. How many hearts will be broken. How many lives shattered. How much blood will spill until everybody does what they were always going to have do from the very beginning. Sit down and talk!* ​ This one tears me up every time!


havent watched doctor who for a while but that feels like hes reflecting the war of his home planet


For sure! From a bit later on: > **The Doctor**: I don't understand? Are you kidding? Me? Of course I understand. I mean, do you call this a war, this funny little thing? This is not a war. I fought in a bigger war than you will ever know. I did worse things than you could ever imagine, and when I close my eyes... I hear more screams than anyone could ever be able to count! And do you know what you do with all that pain? Shall I tell you where you put it? You hold it tight... Til it burns your hand. And you say this -- no one else will ever have to live like this. No one else will ever have to feel this pain. Not on my watch.


On *Family Ties*, I remember that episode where Alex (portrayed by Michael J. Fox) has just survived a car crash and needs to see a therapist. During the session he reenacts key points in his life he remembers vividly. One of those memories is him singing with his friend, who killed in the previously mentioned car crash. During this memory, he pleads with his friend to not leave, and when he does, Alex sits for a few seconds crying. They snapping partially back into reality with his therapist. He then experiences all of the people who have changed his life with the previously mentioned cut-scenes saying positive things about him. At the end of the episode, after all that, he in his therapy chair and says one thing, "My name is Alex Keaton," then it cuts to black.


[Jack loses it](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U2qIx8Jjlfw() \- Stargate SG-1 Alternatively, ["you could do anything for as long as you want without having to worry about consequences"](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cvkJrpqVsME). In a groundhogs day style time loop episode.


' in the middle of my BACKSWING?! '


>Jack loses it Him holding the plate up with the mustard and ketchup smiley face is my profile icon on my google account.


Sons of Anarchy - when Pope burned Tig's daughter alive.


Also - Opie in a jail with a pipe. That messed me up for a while. "I've got this."


Final Scene of Blackadder, over the top. From going to such a silly show to that awful reality of war, it's jarring, but beautiful the way it was filmed.


Chidi and Elanor on the couch in The Good Place.


That entire final episode had me ugly crying but in a good way if that makes sense?? It was simply beautiful and cathartic and satisfying all at once


“Grandpa? Were you a hero during the war?” And grandpa said “no, but I served in a company of heroes.”


When Anna was assaulted in Downton Abbey, it was completely unexpected and really violent


The train scene in Invincible.


Right, I got a list. 1. Will’s dad final scene in Fresh Prince. 2. Radar telling the unit about Blake in MASH. 3. President Bartlet yelling at God in Latin in The West Wing. 4. “A guy falls down a hole” in The West Wing. 5. Samantha’s speech about cancer in the finale of Sex And The City. 6. That first episode of The Newsroom about America not being the greatest country in the world. 7. Uncle Jesse and Michelle dancing after Papouli dies in Full House. 8. “Did you miss me?” In Sherlock. 9. The end of Boston Legal. 10. Pretty much every scene with James Spader in the first episode of The Blacklist. 11. Doyle dying in Angel. 12. Fonzie dancing in Happy Days. 13. When Buffy comes back from the dead the second time.


"If you're lucky enough to find someone you can halfway tolerate, you sink your nails in and you don't let go, no matter what..." Bojack Horseman


The scene in ER where Carter and Lucy get stabbed and are bleeding out and dying while everyone is having a party down the hall. The season finale where Mark dies was memorable, too.


Jane's OD in Breaking Bad. For a while I couldn't watch Jessica Jones thanks to that scene


When they killed Glenn on Walking Dead! That was a brutal ending for such a beloved character!


Man I wish I cared more at that point. I just got too tired of the show. Part of me wants to restart it because its been long enough, I think its done or close now? And it usually was better to binge than wait week to week for hopefully a good episode.


I cared more in the comics. He was such a positive character. Side note- at the end of each graphic novel there is a comment section the writers reply to. I never forget one comment "Glen is becoming a pussy-cat, please kill him off" and the response was - Done


The Chicken scene in MASH.


The parking garage scene in the Better Call Saul episode titled "Pimento." Just so, so fucking good, lol. As someone who used to run around doing tacti-cool guy shit, there's always an obvious difference between the try-hards and the guys that actually know their shit....


The Mountain vs Prince Oberyn. The scary part is, Hafthor Bjornson, who played the Mountain, could possibly have the actual strength and weight to crush someones head in real life, though he would probably have to punch it in, instead of squeezing it.


Soup Nazi on Seinfeld. https://youtu.be/ryNxl-lpOME


That scene in Lost where Miles looks at his dad reading to his infant self. It’s in that moment that miles realizes his dad did care about him and starts tearing up. The scene is further cemented as miles walks away and his dad sees him and tells him that he needs him. The voice of miles when he replies “ you do” Is amazing. That minute or so is so amazing as providing greater context for miles as up to this point we all knew he hated his dad because he abandoned his mom and him. He learned his dad actually loved him and you see the cathartic release he has and it’s beautiful.


Followed by mile's Dad asking Hurly if he fought in the Korean war, and the look on Jin's face when he hesitantly answers "there's... no such thing."


The scene where Buffy finds her mom. "Mom? ....Mom?.......*Mommy*??"


Simon and marceline before the mushroom wars T _ T


That scene from New Girl where Nick crawls out the window in order to avoid kissing Jess.


The drug raid in True Detective. First, it’s one of the most intense scenes in the show, but then when you realize it’s all done in a single shot it’s even more mind blowing


Walter White listening to Gretchen and Elliot in the news channel while drinking whiskey with the Breaking Bad theme song playing in the background. Chills! Also the Intervention scene from The Sopranos. Absolutely hilarious!


That was definitely great, but I always think of the ending of Crawl Space when Walter is maniacally laughing. The build up to that is just so intense and frantic.


When Walter White let’s Jane OD next to a passed out Jessie. Just absolutely crushed me. The whole arch with Jessie and Jane was a roller coaster. The awkwardness of meeting and feeling each other out, the rise in mutual attraction and sexiness, the romance of the connection bonding into love, the anxiety over the relapse, and then ultimately the pure decimation of her death. Another scene that didn’t quite hit as hard but still crushed me in the moment was Grace’s death in Peaky Blinders. She was Tom’s anchor, the only thing keeping him in the real world, and just for her to go out like *that* ugh.


Will breaking down over his father abandoning him on *Fresh Prince of Bellaire*


Dr. Who bringing Van Gogh to a museum showing his art work, and Vincent breaking down in tears.


[When Darkseid captured Superman and tells Earth to surrender](https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=qtDTLS3sDRw)


When Sam leaps into the body of a person with downs syndrome on Quantum Leap.


When Tess died on The Highlander tv series... Duncan just stood there, feeling the weight of his years, while "Dust In The Wind" played. That one still hurts.


Head of the snitch on tortoise in Breaking Bad and then blown up. So fucking badass.


Agents of shield, end of the season 5 finale. Fitz was in shock from his injury and didn't realize it, and Mack is just trying to keep it together knowing Fitz is gonna die.


[Westwing bible scene](https://youtu.be/3CPjWd4MUXs)


X files. The episode with the deformed family that ends up killing the sheriff. So violent. That was very disturbing.


[Peggy Olsen walking into work wearing sunglasses and a cig](https://akns-images.eonline.com/eol_images/Entire_Site/201957/rs_600x600-190607062502-600-mad-men-amc-ch-060719.jpg) carrying her new, framed, [erotic Japanese print](https://i0.wp.com/fusion.tv/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/screen-shot-2015-05-04-at-8-53-50-am-2.png), facing out, for her new office.


Killer Bob climbing over the sofa to cross the living room on Twin Peaks. On face value that doesn’t sound scary at all, but it was one of the scariest things I’ve ever seen.


That gave me chills. Still does. Also, the traincar scene is just about the scariest thing I've ever seen on TV.


[Action Johnny's fightin' words](https://youtu.be/VF2Hli6oKeA?t=42) from season three, episode five of The Venture Bros.


A legal answer would also be the entire episode from Bojack Horseman [“The View From Halfway Down”](https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Pt21dU5Pu8g) The direct commentary on the inevitability of death and the absence of an afterlife will always stick with me.


There's a scene in Barney Miller where they have a guy in custody who tried to rob a bank using a bazooka which ended up going off during the attempted robbery. The robber's ears are still ringing and he can't hear so well so he keeps shaking his head and rubbing his ears. Detective Wojciehowicz or 'Wojo', who is this working class veteran, is talking to the robber, but is indifferent to the guy's hearing problem, the guy tried to rob a bank after all. The robber, tired of not getting any sympathy, finally asks Wojo if *he's* ever fired a bazooka, and Wojo answers "yeah, in 'Nam" and the robber says, "Oh sure, outdoors." Not a major moment, just a funny exchange that was characteristic of the show.


🎶“Simpson, Homer Simpson, he’s the greatest guy in historyyy. From the... town of Springfield, he’s about to hit a chestnut tree AAAAAAAHH!”


Not Penny’s Boat


The final therapy scene in Mr. Robot will stick with me forever


Hannibal - when the two victims have angel wings made from their own skin. Hannibal - when a man wakes up to find he is a part of a skin color palet of dead people yet he is stitched to everyone in a vacant silo ripping away from the stitches to escape and I think end up dying anyways, but found later by police


When Paolo and Nikki were buried alive on LOST, because it closed one of the dumbest chapters of one of my favorite shows.


Luke Skywalker in The Mandalorian


I hadn’t seen my dad mark out that hard since Yoda pulled out his lightsaber in Attack of the Clones


Breaking Bad when Gus walks out of the room that just exploded, adjusts his tie, then you see half his fucking face is missing. I audibly gasped.


So many amazing pay offs in that show. When Skyler doing her Marilyn impression is one of the popular criticisms, you know you nailed it.


The last scene of the Soprano. It was amazing even if it was frustrating.


Say my name. You’re heisenberg. You’re goddamn right.


Ross in the leather pants in his date’s bathroom on Friends.


When Death rose in Supernatural.


I know I'm alone in this, but I missed OG Death in the later seasons of Supernatural.


You are definitely NOT alone in this. OG Death was one of the most charismatic performances I've ever seen. He owned the room without even speaking.


>You have an inflated sense of your importance. To a thing like me, a thing like you, well... Think how you'd feel if a bacteria sat at your table and started to get snarky. This is one little planet in one tiny solar system in a galaxy that's barely out of its diapers. I'm old, Dean. Very old. So, I invite you to contemplate how insignificant I find you.


Fade to black over “Don’t Stop Believing” on the Sopranos. It is burned into your memory and the zeitgeist, regardless of your feelings.


The scene in "Homeland" were the car explodes outside of the CIA place.


Most of them would be in Babylon 5. There are so many. ["Be somewhere else."](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kv3t86imsDI) [Londo on Human courage.](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NzJaQtZty5M) [Gkar, 'Moments of Revelation'.](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9iCPsR_KTL4)


Eastenders Christmas special max and Stacey


On the episode where Teal'c appeared on Stargate Atlantis, on the very end of the episode, when Teal'c says "indeed" then Ronon Dex says: RD: "you say that a lot" T: "what?" RD : "indeed" T "really? I did not notice it."


Any scene in avatar the last airbender where ang had hair. It was weird to younger me. (Edit: grammar)


I was raised on murder mysteries from birth and up. One scene I thought I dreamed up. It was 95 bodies laid respectfully out on a courtyard. They were covered in blankets. A monk was counting the bodies so he could get someone to preform their rites. They were all hanged by orders of the king. Only... the orders only called for 94. I was probably around 2 or 3 when I saw it for for first time.. It wasn't until I was around 15 that we got the while series on dvd... Cadfael episode 1: One Corpse Too Many. I love that show still to this day.


Monorail! Monorail! MONORAIL!!!


It’s an illusion Michael. Tricks are for whores.