Top 10 Best Sitcom FinalesThere's nothing sadder then watching some of the most beloved T.V. shows ending, but a lot are so good that they deserve being here...
I cannot believe how difficult it is the watch the end of Friends, the most outstanding comedy in my opinion. I love the dramatic moments- Ross and Rachel's storyline, Monica and Chandler leaving their apartment and Erica having twins. The best joke would have to be Phoebe's "There's something wrong with the left philange. " A classic way to end this wonderful show.
One of the first episodes of friends I saw was the finale and so even with out knowing much about the characters I still bawled my eyes out, half from laughter and half from sadness. It really is the most amazing show ever.
Why is the friends finale never I'm any too ten lists? It's so moving yet the writers managed to keep in the comedy. They had us fighting for the tissues. Classic
The ending was nice, but I didn't like the fact that Monica and Chadler moved out. However, it was cool that they still had the coffee house.
"And who's to say that this isn't what happens? Who's to say that my fantasies won't come true? Just this once..." Amazing ending. I refuse to acknowledge the 9th season/spinoff. Series ends with JD going to another hospital and experiencing everything that showed in the finale.
Was there a better way to end it? , such a good way to look back at it all and then end it.
Classic, first time I'll say it but its quite a shame there doing more seasons cause this finale would of made it so good.
One of the first series I have ever encountered that made me laugh and cry, sometimes both at the same time, while teaching me good morals about life.
This was an amazing finale. I don't think it should be that high, but I have never really been into any of those other shows so I can't decide
One of the best, if not THE best, finales of all time. Every time I watch it, I find myself surprised at how much I had forgotten about how good it really is. From Pam selling the Halperts' home, to Erin's reunion with her parents, to Michael Scott's appropriate and appropriately short cameo, to Dwight's firing of Jim and Pam... I could go on. It was fantastic. Correction: It IS fantastic, and will always stand up to its competition. I can't believe it's #10 on this list.
Best ever period
The best and most creative ending to a sitcom ever!
At first I was abit shocked at the ending, but then I thought it was brilliant, very odd. Most endings are so predictable, seinfeld took a turn and turned it into something a little more better.
A finale about nothing for a show about nothing
it's the best
The Frasier finale tied everything up beautifully and captured the genuine emotions of a cast who had grown together with their characters in one of the greatest sitcoms of all time. The Tennyson poem as read by Frasier in his final broadcast at KACL still has my eyes leaking when I watch it now. Perfect.
One of the most controversial finals ever, but I liked it. A lot of people were upset that the mother died or they couldn't have one more season with Ted and the mother together, but the show was about his search for the mother, not his life with her. Sad they already told who the mother was before the final episode and there wasn't a final twist, like Lily wasn't pregnant at the start of season 9 but did have an affair with Ted on the way to the wedding. Why making a secret for eight years and then put her in the main cast so the secret is actually infold one season before the finale? Doesn't change the storyline is amazing, knowing they have written and filmed the final years before actually airing.
At the end of the day, here are the facts:
-Barney and Robin were NOT meant to be together
-Barney found the love of his life in his child Ellie
-The story of how Ted met his wife was still told
-The story was about the journey, not just the Mother
-Ted and Robin weren't originally meant for each other, BUT Ted and Robin were meant for each other once all the finale's events transpired
-Life isn't perfect. Life doesn't go how you plan it. That's one of the biggest lessons in How I Met Your Mother.
"Destiny happens whether you plan it or not"
-Future Ted, "Pilot"
If you think about it, the whole gang ends up exactly where they had to and with the person they had to, is just perfect. Plus, the strange mixture of sadness and happiness you get from those last minutes is amazing, like a rollercoaster wher at some points you are both with your head facing up and facing down. It's simply brilliant
Such a good show and a very touching endding... From hawkeyes breakdown to Charles's chines friends all dieing to the goodbye at the end this should be number 1
Came this close to crying *putting thumb and pointer finger VERY close*. When did W&G end?!?! NO!
The way that the episode allows the viewer to glimpse into the futures of the characters' lives, something that is usually left solely to the interpretation of the audience, makes it really stand out to me. It also, however, doesn't explain absolutely everything the characters will go on to do, leaving a tad of mystery still there.
Excellent closure that stayed true to the Pilot and entire series. The writing was genius, and the cast was incredible!.
Most underrated show and finale of all time
Ironically I juste watched the finale and what I loved about iTunes was that it was So simple and the fact that They were apart for a considerable amount of time due to the fact that they saw eachother everyday before and on the end they were still friends usually not a fan of going intouchables the future because mainly There wouldn't be a reunion but because I saw How I Met Your Mother's André thought that they should bave just ended it with him meeting the mother but instead it dragged on maybe like this paragraph but in summary Williams and grace was perfect