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17 Inspiring Quotes From TV That Have Helped People Through Tough Shit

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We asked the BuzzFeed Community what quotes from television help them through a difficult spot.

We received many responses (thank you). Here's a few of them:

1. When The Doctor (Matt Smith) suddenly appeared and asked Kazran (Michael Gambon) this question.

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BBC Wales

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2. When Syd said this during Masterchef Junior.

"Before she began cooking her first dish of the competition, she took a deep breath and whispered this sentence to herself. It made me start crying! Saying it to myself is a great way to momentarily wave off impostor syndrome and get a burst of inspiration."- Suggested by clairetmars
FOX / Endemol Shine North America

"Before she began cooking her first dish of the competition, she took a deep breath and whispered this sentence to herself.

It made me start crying! Saying it to myself is a great way to momentarily wave off impostor syndrome and get a burst of inspiration."

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3. When Tyrion (Peter Dinklage) gave this advice to Jon Snow (Kit Harington) in Game of Thrones.

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HBO / Television 360

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4. When Buffy (Sarah Michelle Gellar) said this to Angel (David Boreanaz) in Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

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Mutant Enemy Productions / 20th Century Fox

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5. Daria's graduation speech in the show's series finale.

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MTV Production Development

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6. When Andy Dwyer (Chris Pratt) broke his arm on Parks and Recreation and he said this:

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NBC / Deedle-Dee Productions

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7. When John Locke (Terry O'Quinn) said this in Lost.

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Bad Robot / ABC

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8. When Rebecca (Rachel Bloom) meets her dream therapst Dr. Akopian (Michael Hyatt), who then offers her this advice in Crazy Ex-Girlfriend:

"This reminds me sometimes that love and validation don't always have to come from other people, and you don't have to be partnered to be happy and have worth."- Suggested by Amy Laurel, Facebook
CBS / LeanMachine

"This reminds me sometimes that love and validation don't always have to come from other people, and you don't have to be partnered to be happy and have worth."

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9. This speech by Morty (Justin Roiland) in an emotional scene in Rick and Morty.

"This quote reminds me that right now one personal f*ck up isn't the end of the world and that I should just calm down and watch something on Netflix."- Suggested by LostInAnime
Adult Swim / Netflix

"This quote reminds me that right now one personal f*ck up isn't the end of the world and that I should just calm down and watch something on Netflix."

- Suggested by LostInAnime

10. Meredith Grey's (Ellen Pompeo) voiceover at the end of an episode of Grey's Anatomy.

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ShondaLand / ABC Studios

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11. When Pennsatucky (Taryn Manning) opened up about pain in Orange Is The New Black.

"It inspires me to keep my head up and not feel sorry for myself when things are tough."- Suggested by clairel439158919.
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"It inspires me to keep my head up and not feel sorry for myself when things are tough."

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12. When Scott McCall (Tyler Posey) was struggling and his anger was turning him into a werewolf in Teen Wolf.

"I even have it tattooed on my wrist. In the show it means keeping himself grounded and stopping himself turning into a werewolf.For me it means... Ground yourself, you can't always rely on other people. Learn ways to stop yourself from spiralling down. And it just reminds me to always look after myself. To be my own anchor."- Suggested by maddiz
MTV / Adelstein Productions

"I even have it tattooed on my wrist. In the show it means keeping himself grounded and stopping himself turning into a werewolf.

For me it means... Ground yourself, you can't always rely on other people. Learn ways to stop yourself from spiralling down. And it just reminds me to always look after myself. To be my own anchor."

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13. When Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler) met the citizens of Pawnee at a public forum:

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NBC / Deedle-Dee Productions

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14. When Dr Crane (Kelsey Grammar) in Frasier gave some advice about living your life to someone who was grieving.

"Some of the advice Frasier gives to his callers is solidily good and uplifting."- Suggested by Heather Nichols, Facebook
Grub Street Productions / CBS

"Some of the advice Frasier gives to his callers is solidily good and uplifting."

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15. When Nadiya Hussain gave this passionate speech during The Great British Bake Off.

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Love Productions / BBC

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16. When The Doctor spoke to a sleeping Amy Pond in a moving Doctor Who moment.

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BBC Wales

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17. And at the end of every Ru Paul's Drag Race.

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VH1 / Logo / Netflix

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