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Which episode was the saddest?


In my humble opinion, Saving Patrick Bubbley and Perfect Day were the two most heartbreaking.

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Wishing, was so sad. Nothing was going right for the poor kid and the ending was just so emotional

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The entire episode was so heartbreaking!!

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The scene with Celeste and Rainey on the football field in "Stand Up and Holler" was the most heartbreaking scene that I have ever witnessed. I watched it online today and man, I felt a tear coming down during that final bit with the two girls. I kept on thinking to myself, "Dammit, Celeste! Rainey was your best friend who stuck by you even when you weren't so popular, and you had to let her die just so you could be popular!" It was so heartbreaking.

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I cried at Fly Away. Tragic ending!

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Omg, those are all so sad! I can't watch "Wishing" because it breaks my heart thinking of that young boy with his eyes closed as the train approaches. I also can't watch "The Sleepover" because it just kills me how that sweet little girl was trying to cheer up her friend after the mean girl shunned them but the little bitch freaked out & killed her for no reason. That episode REALLY breaks my heart because I was the little outcast girl when I was her age but my mom was a total bitch to me unlike the mom in this episode. This little girl had a good mom who encouraged her daughter & said, "It doesn't matter what others think, you're beautiful & smart & talented & you're going to go to college & have a wonderful life!" When she tried to tell her dumb friend the same thing, that dumb friend snapped & attacked her. I think I've only watched that episode twice - it's just too hard to watch it now.

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Agree wholeheartedly - after re-visintg this series recently, I skipped over The Sleepover - made me bawl so bad back when I first saw it. In fact, it ceases to be entertaining when it hurts that much. The ones about kids and special needs characters tear me apart :(

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Andy in C Minor and The Promise (both for personal reasons).

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I also liked the Sleepover. I will never understand why she killed her friend. I heard that was based on a true story. Daniella was also very sad as well as the Sadie and Jonesie.

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Fireflies, by far. Couldn't stop crying in the end, at the reunion. With the family but also with the friend. Powerful episode.

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The Good Death was a really sad one, the guy had let his family pass by him and then when he was dying from cancer, he finally remembered how much they meant to him and that money isn't worth anything in the end. :(

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I just bawled watching Time to Crime, mainly because of where one character gives flowers to another at the end (I won't spoil and say who). Although to be honest, I cry in Cold Case 80% of the time hahaha. The Sleepover was a tough one too...

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