Friends farewell, most tearful TV moment

Posted on 05 Apr 2010 at 04:04AM
Friends farewell, most tearful TV moment

Friends farewell, most tearful TV moment

However, the British soap EastEnders claimed the biggest share of places in the top ten with four sob-laden entries in the poll for Freeview HD. ...

The final episode of long-running comedy Friends has been named TV's biggest tearjerker in a new poll.

Even as reports suggest a cast reunion for a big screen version of the sitcom, it has emerged that fans shed the most tears when the six friends ended their decade-long run on TV, reported Daily Mail online.

The highly charged moment as the pals in the American show handed back apartment keys and viewers said goodbye to Joey, Chandler, Ross, Monica, Rachel and Phoebe was ranked the most emotional moment in TV.

However, the British soap EastEnders claimed the biggest share of places in the top ten with four sob-laden entries in the poll for Freeview HD.

The poll found 60 per cent of women enjoy a regular cry while watching TV, while the men who took part proved to be an even softer touch with 79 per cent saying they cried once a week.

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  1. Comment by Rahayu Rahayu

    Also, as for your reaction to the iinndect. If you are a good parent then you know to never show negative emotions around a child if you dont want them to get upset. You simply tell her that everything is alright, have here leave the room to go do something, and then discuss the problem. Plus, if a 4 year old child needs counseling because they found out something they did was wrongthen I pity both you and your child for the weak mental state that she possesses. Children possess a durable mind and body so that they can learn through doing, which is what she did.If a child draws on the walls and the parents yell at them, they shouldnt need counseling. Neither should they need it if they get in trouble for breaking a vase or dishes. If a 4 year old accidentally breaks the arm of their 3 year old sibling, they may become shy for a while, but if you treat them correctly it shouldnt be a permanent issue.

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