The Struggles Of Saying Goodbye To Your Favorite TV Show

Now the story of a doting fan who lost everything.

1. When you first hear the news, you don’t even believe it.

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2. But then you realize the ugly truth.

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Say it ain’t so.

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3. You start counting how many episodes you have left.

I see you, final thirteen episodes of Parks and Recreation.

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4. The last one comes, and you’re not prepared.

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5. You can’t seem to adjust to this new, gaping hole in your TV schedule.

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It’s 8:00pm on a Thursday. What do you mean there’s no new episode of 30 Rock?

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6. You watch the series finale again, forcing yourself to accept this awful reality.

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7. Nostalgia takes over, inspiring you to stock up on all kinds of memorabilia from your fave show — T-shirts, mugs, you name it.

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So — who doesn’t have a Michael Scott’s Dunder Mifflin Scranton Meredith Palmer Memorial Celebrity Rabies Awareness Pro-Am Fun Run Race for the Cure tee… and water bottle… and bracelet?

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8. A new show fills your old timeslot and it’s just not as good.

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Looking at you, 2 Broke Girls.

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9. It’s so hard finding something new.

Or the channel.

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10. If you’re lucky, the show will get nominated, so you can celebrate its genius all over again during awards season.

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11. But then those end, too.

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12. You try to comfort yourself with junk food.

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13. And adult beverages.

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14. Until every season is available on DVD, it may seem like all hope is lost.

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15. But, hey, if you’re lucky, there’s always syndication.

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“I’ll be there for you…”

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