Also,the beginning of Tonsil Trouble kinda got to me.....
starlitlight wrote:Episode 605 when Stan was diagnosed with vaginitis at the hospital at the end of the episode. That scene always made me sad and also You're Getting Old when Stan becomes depressed and cynical.
That scene gets me sad too although I never cried about it. I think it was even worse to see Stan suffer the whole episode, weak and needing Kyle to carry him around. Then when he finally passes out and Kyle's shaking him... so sad
The beginning of AB has be depressed too. Stan cares about nothing in the world. The look of sadness and hopelessness on his face...not to mention eyes filling with tears in Mackey's office... so hard to watch.
*sigh, I wish I didn't care so much about characters...*
I ship: Stan/Cartman <3
Sharon: What is it honey? (gasp!) My baby's killed again!
Haa, I love that line.
Stanluv25 wrote:*sigh, I wish I didn't care so much about characters...*
It's ok to care about characters. If we didn't care about them, none of this would be interesting. That's what makes books, tv shows, movies and every other form of entertainment possible. So, don't feel bad about it, it's part of what makes this a great show.
FlowJ wrote:Eh, Up the Down Steriod maybe...
yeah, they used that one song that can make ANYTHING sad, adagio for strings by samuel barber...
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