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What was the last thing you cried at on telly?

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SleepingStandingUp Sun 22-Nov-20 00:15:12

Watching Vikings tonight and I had to make DH stop it because I was so upset. There was a birth delivery going wrong and I just couldn't bear it, but then once he stopped it I realised o needed to know so we watched it whilst i cried. They were fine. All praise the Christian God.

I felt like a bit of an idiot really, but the panic and upset was genuine and strong.

Lake me feel less like a weirdo. What was the last think you cried at on telly?

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PurpleWave Sun 22-Nov-20 00:24:56

I watched the series finale of Supernatural last night and cried my way through the whole thing.

notenoughgintonight Sun 22-Nov-20 00:25:54

I think that would've made me cry too! Stuff like that always gets me. For me it was yesterday while watching the handmaids tale, where they pretend they are going to hang them to scare them. The visible emotions of the actresses in character and the song accompanying it had me crying like a baby 😭

Lisa78Lemon Sun 22-Nov-20 00:26:42

McDs Xmas ad. Sobbed like a baby.

MustardMitt Sun 22-Nov-20 00:30:05

Fucking everything makes me cry mate. The news, happy people, sad people, the possibility that something might go wrong...half the time I'm bloody leaking at the eyes when watching tv.

oldperson1 Sun 22-Nov-20 00:30:21

Just watched Military Wives on Amazon Prime some teary moments

SatsumaFan Sun 22-Nov-20 00:31:31

The Stand up To Cancer Gogglebox special.

WhatWouldYouDoWhatWouldJesusDo Sun 22-Nov-20 00:33:52

DIY SOS the other night.

I don't usually watch it tbh but there was nothing else on.......they were changing a house so a woman and her two children could cope better living there after her daughter died there when she crashed into a garage on her bike and a few years later her husband had a massive heart attack and died in the conservatory........the woman's, teenage son saying ' everything changed when my sister died. My bedtime stories stopped ' had me in bits 😭😭😭

Isolatedizzy Sun 22-Nov-20 00:40:54

The first lock down I cried at everything! The Queen's speech, the VE Day stuff, Captain Tom, Goodbye Christopher Robin - I was sobbing by the end of that!
I actually cried at something this week and now I'm struggling to remember what that even was! It's been an emotional year! 🤣

KyraGoose Sun 22-Nov-20 00:41:47

WhatWouldYouDoWhatWouldJesusDo

DIY SOS the other night.

I don't usually watch it tbh but there was nothing else on.......they were changing a house so a woman and her two children could cope better living there after her daughter died there when she crashed into a garage on her bike and a few years later her husband had a massive heart attack and died in the conservatory........the woman's, teenage son saying ' everything changed when my sister died. My bedtime stories stopped ' had me in bits 😭😭😭

Same

WhatWouldYouDoWhatWouldJesusDo Sun 22-Nov-20 00:47:09

Kyra he was such a lovely natured boy despite all he'd dealt with. sad

ineedaholidaynow Sun 22-Nov-20 00:47:20

And me with DIY SOS. DH walked into the lounge just as it finished and I was sitting there with tears streaming down my face and he just came over and gave me a big hug.

I find I cry at so many things at the moment, even adverts that have some suggestion to lockdown and many things being virtual can make me feel sad.

ViciousJackdaw Sun 22-Nov-20 00:59:01

Won't mean much to most people here I expect but my football team's old goalkeeper died a week ago and I shed a little tear at that as he was not just a legend but a very nice man. Leanne on Coronation Street had me crying last week too.

SleepingStandingUp Sun 22-Nov-20 01:00:14

PurpleWave

I watched the series finale of Supernatural last night and cried my way through the whole thing.

Noooooooooooo I'm not up to date. Refused to let DH put it on after frigging Vikings

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MrsOrMiss Sun 22-Nov-20 01:01:30

Rob Rinder's show about the Holocaust had me in pieces.

MadameBlobby Sun 22-Nov-20 01:02:02

Lisa78Lemon

McDs Xmas ad. Sobbed like a baby.

This!

SleepingStandingUp Sun 22-Nov-20 01:03:34

Leanne has a poorly baby right? I see the headlines etc but haven't watched it for years. I couldn't watch that tbf.

What made it worse in Vikings of my favourite died a few episodes a go and her son a few before that so it just felt too much. Like you can't put all that and then her dead son appeared and just no.

I eat he'd Graham Norton after to recover.

I'm also going to avoid DIY SOS.

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Titsywoo Sun 22-Nov-20 01:08:14

I'm rewatching Glee at the moment and the episode where Sue Sylvesters sister dies made me bawl (especially where the kids sing Imagination from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory)

helloxhristmas Sun 22-Nov-20 01:12:04

Oh god everything!! Queens gambit was the latest.

Quirrelsotherface Sun 22-Nov-20 07:49:45

Maisie getting positive feedback on strictly yesterday - but to be fair I'm due on and will pretty much cry at anything!

SleepingStandingUp Sun 22-Nov-20 08:16:36

Aww bless you quirrel

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Clawdy Sun 22-Nov-20 08:41:26

Scene on Coronation Street a few weeks ago where a young mum at a postnatal support group was describing her difficulty bonding with her baby girl.

LittleRa Sun 22-Nov-20 08:45:50

Children in Need blush

EugenesAxe Sun 22-Nov-20 08:49:03

I have watched mainly quiz shows, drama (of not the crying kind) and comedy recently... I can't think of anything. I'd have to go back to Call the Midwife I expect 😳

I cried reading Owen and the Soldier though the other week... kind of a pamphlet book pitched to about Y5+ children. Lovely, lovely story.

Actually just remembered I cried at The Secret Garden.

Scoobygang7 Sun 22-Nov-20 08:50:49

@PurpleWave me too. That along with episode 17 had me ugly crying.

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