Recently, we asked the BuzzFeed Community to tell us the saddest scenes from TV that not enough people talk about. Here are the best from sitcoms and comedies.
WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD!
Also, some submissions contain mentions of suicide.
1. In Modern Family, when Phil spent one last day with his dad before he died:
2. In Superstore, when ICE took Mateo away:
3. In Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, when Rebecca attempted suicide on the plane:
4. In Scrubs, when Turk and JD skipped their fancy dinner to stay with a patient who was dying:
5. In Parks and Recreation, when Leslie stood up Ron for lunch:
6. In Freaks and Geeks, when Nick and Lindsay both pretended to have completely moved on:
7. In Community, when Jeff said goodbye to Annie:
8. Also in Community, when Troy said goodbye to Abed:
9. In King Of Queens, when Carrie revealed she'd miscarried:
10. In It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, when Mac came out to his dad through a dance:
11. On Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist, when Zoey and her father shared one last dance:
12. In Gravity Falls, when Dipper and Mabel went back home at the end of the summer:
13. In Futurama, when Fry found out it was his nephew, not his brother, who went to space, and that his brother named his son after Fry:
14. On Kim's Convenience, when Jung visited his dad in the hospital:
15. On Parenthood, when Kristina told everyone she had cancer:
16. In How I Met Your Mother, when Lily told Marshall his dad was dead:
17. In Scrubs, when Carla said goodbye to Laverne:
18. In Friends, when Chandler convinced Erica to let him and Monica adopt her baby:
19. In Golden Girls, when Sophia finally broke down over the death of her son:
20. In Black-Ish, when Dre and Bow decided to separate and take space:
21. In Trailer Park Boys, when Julian left and Bubbles found his letter and started crying:
22. On Schitt's Creek, when Ted and Alexis broke up:
23. In Please Like Me, when Rose killed herself:
24. And finally, in One Day at a Time, when Penelope sang to Lydia:
Did we miss any? Let us know in the comments!
Submissions have been edited for length/clarity.
Correction: An earlier version of this article referred to Carla from Scrubs as Lisa. Our bad!