A couple of months ago we asked BuzzFeed readers for TV shows that helped them during their depression. We got so many fantastic responses, like this. buzzfeed.com and Warner Bros. It made me think about specific moments in TV shows or films that I've watched that have helped me through depression. Like "Life's a Happy Song" from The Muppet Movie. Disney A desperately upbeat song about happiness when I am absolutely as far away from that as possible, purely to remind me that I can be and should try to be happy. Or this classic scene from Little Miss Sunshine. View this video on YouTube youtube.com Here's the context: Dwayne (Paul Dano) has found out that he's colour-blind, which means that he cannot reach his dream of being a test pilot. Frank (Steve Carrell), his uncle, has experienced depression. They're at the end of a pier while they wait for a nearby beauty pageant to conclude. It's made me reevaluate how terrible feelings can actually be a catalyst for good things in the long term. Fox Searchlight / youtube.com What TV or film moment helps you when you are depressed? And why do you watch it over and over again? Let us know and it might be featured in a future BuzzFeed Community post. If you prefer, please feel free to email me on firstname.lastname@example.org.