19 Movie And TV Lines That People Still Think About Because Of How Much It Affected Them Emotionally

    "Pretty sure hearing that line caused fireworks to go off in my head. It was like someone had turned the lights back on. I had a total epiphany."

    Recently, after sharing how much that "grief" line from WandaVision affected me, I asked the BuzzFeed Community to name a line from a movie or TV show that they still think about because of how emotional it made them.

    People shared some super emotional scenes, and I teared up at a lot of their answers. (And then again, when I actually watched the scenes).

    Here are just some of their responses:

    1. In Definitely, Maybe, after she realizes her parents aren't getting back together, Maya, who was hoping for a "happy ending," runs to her dad who comforts her by saying:


    2. In Doctor Who, after Amy finds out that Vincent van Gogh still took his life even after his encounter with her and the Doctor, the Doctor says:

    "And we definitely added to his pile of good things."

    3. In the The OA, when Prairie is trying to get Homer to remember her, she says:

    "That is why I cannot give up on you. I will not give up on you."

    4. In Dopesick, after Rick and Randy accept a deal where the Purdue Pharma executives plea to misdemeanors (and get no criminal charges), Bridget says:

    "Here's to the ones who fight the battles. Even if they don't win the war."

    5. In Labyrinth, after Jareth says, "Just fear me, love me, do as I say, and I will be your slave," Sarah responds:

    "You have no power over me."

    6. In Amadeus, when fellow composer Salieri is telling a priest how frustrated he is that God gave Mozart musical talent, but not him, he says:

    "Like a lust in my body! And then deny me the talent?"

    7. In Casper, after Casper becomes temporarily human, he slow dances with Kat and asks:

    "Can I keep you?"

    8. In Fleabag, after Fleabag feels her life spin out of control, she says:

    "Or I'm completely f**king alone. Which isn't f**king funny."

    9. In Perks of Being a Wallflower, as Charlie witnesses the unhealthy relationships around him and as he struggles with his depression, he asks his teacher, "Why do nice people choose the wrong people to date?" His teacher responds:

    "We accept the love we think we deserve."

    10. In Precious, after she finds out she's HIV positive, and her teacher encourages her to write, Precious cries out:

    "I'm tired, Ms. Rain."

    11. In Scrubs, after his friends judge him for trying to date the wife of a coma patient, J.D. yells at them for constantly complaining about their own relationships, ending with:

    "...is knowing that none of you idiots realize how lucky you are!"

    12. In Scrubs, after encountering a difficult patient, Dr. Kelso tells her:

    "Nothing in this world that's worth having comes easy."

    13. In The Haunting of Hill House, when she's reunited with her family after getting lost during a blackout, young Nell says:

    "I waved and jumped and screamed, and you didn't even look."

    14. In BoJack Horseman, when Princess Carolyn is having a rough time, she says:

    "It's just really hard to need people."

    15. In Russian Doll, after Nadia reveals her guilt for choosing to live with Ruth instead of her mother, Ruth says:

    "And sweetheart, where is that gorgeous piece of you pushing to be part of this world?"

    16. In The Blacklist, after Ressler's fiancée is killed, Raymond Reddington sends him a letter that reads:

    "...It will be the first thing you think about. Until one day, it will be the second thing."

    17. In Beyond the Lights, when Noni tries to describe her depression, she says:

    "...and no one can see me dying."

    18. In the final episode of Amphibia, after we jump 10 years in the future, Anne thinks about her past and says the final lines of the show in a voiceover:

    "But, of the things you let go, you'd be surprised what makes its way back to you."

    19. And finally, in Inside Out, after Bing Bong decides to sacrifice himself so Joy can save Riley, he says:

    "Take her to the moon for me. Okay?"

    Note: Some submissions have been edited for length and/or clarity.

    What's a line from a movie or TV show that makes you deeply emotional? Let me know in the comments!