I was watching old episodes of Squidbillies and I watched one of my favorite episodes of the show, appropriately titled 'The Good One'. The thing is, the reason I like it so much is because it is extremely funny from start to finish, and it ends with a surprising heartfelt monologue mixed with some sad music that genuinely affected me the moment I saw it. It sounds weird, but I'd rate the feels I got from this ending above a lot of other sad moments from tv shows, but not above Jurassic Bark. I guess what makes this episode so depressing is that Early finally got what he always wanted, a family that loved and understood him in a way that he wanted to be loved and understood (for context, the kid ran away and left him for dead) not in the way that others thought they understood him or loved him in the way that he wanted. It reminds me of the John Bear quote "Native American is a label forced upon us by the white man," in response to a PC person wondering what to say to avoid offending him. Early never wanted his son to say that he loved him, he wanted his son to leave him, go out into the world without him and live the life he wanted. It really makes his earlier line about his son's 'training' being complete make a lot more sense and elevating it above a simple throwaway joke. Anyways, here's the ending. Are there any shows that have made you feel at least a bit sad?