Saddest Moments in the Simpsons
I knew well this would be number 1! This is the saddest part in Simpsons ever in my opinion...
Interesting how Mona's last line was "D'oh!"
This episode reaches sobbing levels of sad in the final moments of the episode. Mona flees into the night, and Homer sits on his car and watches the stars longingly. HUG YOUR MOTHERS TIGHT TONIGHT KIDS!
SO MANY TEARS! For starters, aren’t we all suckers for a good, cute sibling story? Especially one between Bart and Lisa? Then, we have that sucker punch of an ending, topped off with an enduring Homer moment (which this list is full of, by the way). Want another reason to cry about it? The voice of Maggie is voiced by the late Elizabeth Taylor. Go ahead, cry about it some more.6
This episode is famously a tear jerker in The Simpsons and online community. It’s a great demonstration of the fact that The Simpsons mirrors everyday American life, and sometimes the difficult decisions we have to make in order for our families and success. How many moms and dads could identify with this episode? And how many children learned just how much their parents sacrifice for their well being? Ugh, tears. Tears everywhere.
Do it for her! Awww so sad...
Look, Lisa’s a very smart girl, but much like many other smart girls, she struggles with confidence and maintaining friends. The reminder from a man she admires that she is exactly who she’s supposed to be is heartwarming, touching, and iconic. Many claim this is the most touching episode in the series! And shoutout to Dustin Hoffman for being Mr. Bergstrom!
Bart fails his test again but this time he says that he tried his hardest and he still failed. This moment hits me so hard as I myself was struggling to pass my subjects at school. I feel real sympathy for Bart in this tough time and when Ms Krabappel let's him pass after spouting some random history fact I feel so joyous. Bart gets so happy that he passed and tells everyone he got a D- and he passed!
Bart and Lisa play on opposing hockey teams. When it comes down to the final penalty shot to be taken by Bart with Lisa in the net. Bart was about to take a shot but then remembers how Lisa helped him through some times such as helping him steal from the cookie jar. Lisa also has memories of Bart cheering her up as when her ice cream fell off the cone, Bart gave her some of his. In the end, Bart and lisa realise that they needed each other and allow the draw.
Look, any Murphy episode is a tearjerker, okay? Actually ANY episode where Lisa gets a mentor that is taken away from her is a tearjerker. But this one is especially sad, since it marks the end of Murphy’s appearances on the show. RIP Bleeding Gums.
Bart doesn't believe in the soul so he sells his for 5 bucks to Milhouse. When realising how much he needed his soul Bart gets reduced to praying for it where it falls in front of him.
Um, it’s Homer being nice to Flanders. Like, genuinely nice. One of the sweetest endings to any Simpsons episode!
God this episode, This episode is where Homer almost dies, it's very sad that he only had 24 hours to live, thankfully in the end he was alive so he got to live!
I cried harder than anyone ever cried, ever. Lenny is my favorite character and it broke my heart having see him go through this much pain because I knew how intensely he loved Carl, so the fight scene suprised me, but I think I can explain it:
Up until that point most of Lenny's character revolved around him being friends with Carl, so that was, and still is very out of character for him, but with that in mind it lead me to believe that he was more mad at himself than he was at Carl, see as I said this was his main character trait at the time so he would never inflict harm on Carl, so he must have another motive for his actions, and this was his motive: ( I may be a little biased on this stance because as I said Lenny is my favorite character ) He thought he had
Sorry I accidentaly hit the "save comments" button, moving on. He thought he had caused Carl to leave by not asking him enough about his life and being a terrible friend ect., that he couldn't go on with Carl still somewhere out there, so he tried to kill Carl. Another reason Lenny had for starting that fight was Carl's fault and that was not telling him (and Moe and Homer to a certain extent) that he had family in Iceland and was confused about what else he didn't know and angry that Carl was faking the whole time. The third reason is that the betrayal and whatnot caused so much pain to bottle up inside of him that it drove him to some sort of mini insanity. This was all to much for me to take. I cried.
Yeah this episode was a real tear jerker, but it kinda ruined Carl
Lenny didn't deserve all of Carl's crap.
She died in a very sad way