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Really Dark '80s TV Moments

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'80s TV wasn't just Thundercats, Domino's Pizza commercials, and Facts of Life. Remember the very special episodes of your favorite '80s shows? The ones that got pretty dark and quite possibly left you with lifelong nightmares? We're here to dig up some of your saddest TV memories.
Nothing about war is really funny. And yet, for 11 seasons, the ongoing story of an Army hospital during the Korean War not only managed to be full of laughs, but also deeply meaningful, which probably explains why MASH stayed on television for more than a decade.
But it couldn't be all be doctor jokes and cross-dressing conscientous objectors, and MASH had plenty of serious, dramatic moments. The dark and last episode of MASH was arguably the darkest moment of the series. Airing in February 1983, "Goodbye, Farewell and Amen" centers in part around leading character Hawkeye recovering from a mental breakdown. In the pinnacle scene of horror, Hawkeye is flashing back to the source of his mental anguish - he's on a bus, the enemy is nearby, and the passengers have to kill the lights and remain silent or risk discovery.
But there's a woman on the bus who has a chicken, and the chicken won't stop making noise. Hawkeye tells her to shut the chicken up and she does, by smothering it, in order to protect the entire bus of refugees from being found. But we learn that it wasn't actually a chicken, like his fractured memory was trying to convince him. And it's horrific.
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#TV #1980s
Goodbye, Farewell, and Amen | 0:17
Doris in Wonderland | 1:28
Farewell, Mr. Hooper | 2:25
Home Again | 3:33
A, My Name is Alex | 4:29
Hate Mongers | 5:22
Goodbyeee | 6:56
Turn Turn Turn | 8:14
The Sad Story of Henry | 9:02
Cherie Lifesaver | 10:00

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Grunge
Grunge Il y a 4 mois
What were some dark TV moments that caught you off guard?
Ben's Beard
Ben's Beard Il y a 12 jours
The Greatest Enemy - the Robin Of Sherwood S2 finale. Such a great way to write a character out of a series but so sad.
Dr. M. H.
Dr. M. H. Il y a 18 jours
@Melissa Mckinney why
Dr. M. H.
Dr. M. H. Il y a 18 jours
@tracy Smith i remember the episode of FOL where Joe guy raped. I was a kid but the oddity of the tough chick getting raped instead of one of the others was what struck me the most.
Thirsty cadaver
Thirsty cadaver Il y a mois
I found the M*A*S*H episode, where Hot Lips friend is an alcoholic and she gets the dt's in the mess tent, pretty realistic
TheMAORIRULE
TheMAORIRULE Il y a 2 jours
When they cancelled good night kiwi in NZ
Lisa Kobar
Lisa Kobar Il y a 10 jours
Weird-most of these were from 1983!
Rotting Corpse
Rotting Corpse Il y a 11 jours
The M.A.S.H. baby episode hit me hard damn
Craig Fazekas
Craig Fazekas Il y a 11 jours
The What's Happening !! episode where Rerun loses all of Ike's money betting on football games, 'cause Dwayne picked the teams based on their helmets ?.... 😎
Sewlittletimetosew
Sewlittletimetosew Il y a 12 jours
The last episode of the original Magnum PI, when Tom Selleck asks "Did you see the sun rise?"
TheGuardian
TheGuardian Il y a 12 jours
Don't be so ironic...this Punky Brewster episode has a very important point what youngsters should learn when they're kids----never left your friends behind---
Ben's Beard
Ben's Beard Il y a 12 jours
The Blake's 7 finale traumatised me for a loong time. Still hard to watch today.
Nightbreeze
Nightbreeze Il y a 13 jours
The moment that always bothered me was the Highway to Heaven episode Alone. A homeless boy has a cat as his only friend. The cat dies in a fire.
radiodarkhorse
radiodarkhorse Il y a 13 jours
The Equallizer episode 'Last Call' was a dark episode too
Maclunkey
Maclunkey Il y a 14 jours
I remember the Thomas the Tank Engine story and of course in the UK, the ending of Blackadder Goes Forth is usually voted the best ending of a TV series on polls, because of the poignancy.
Tracy S
Tracy S Il y a 15 jours
Ugh, I miss Michael Landon.
Southsideman
Southsideman Il y a 16 jours
I loved Family Ties and dont really remember that episode; but i respect to no end they tried to use their platform to warn of drunk driving! BRAVO!
Thomas Godwin
Thomas Godwin Il y a 16 jours
How could you not include different strokes bycicle man?
Saint Martins
Saint Martins Il y a 18 jours
The darkest & most disturbing thing that happened on TV was during the 1989 Grammy Awards show when Jethro Tull beat Metallica for best Heavy Metal album. #NeverForget
Dr. M. H.
Dr. M. H. Il y a 18 jours
In the thumbnail, i thought Michael Landon was strangling the other guy! 😄😄😄😄
Blon Belemi
Blon Belemi Il y a 19 jours
What about all the ads for Donald J. Trump?
Roger Bannister
Roger Bannister Il y a 20 jours
You do Captain Blackadder a disservice ,he did not panic nor did he despair.
Robert Thomas
Robert Thomas Il y a 21 jour
The Geraldo race brawl started when the white supremacist calls the black guy an Uncle Tom. That's when the black guy gets up and approaches him. It's ironic because the black guy was actually a conservative pundit who was known for his feuds with people like Farakhan and Sharpton.
Guardiane
Guardiane Il y a 21 jour
wow, I had no idea about a lot of these episodes. The Thomas episode especially made me laugh but only because it's so horrible I can't believe it lol. What lesson was being taught there? It's also funny because I watched that show a lot as a kid and I don't remember that episode at all. Ah, I miss the 80's sometimes.
Darcy Brummett
Darcy Brummett Il y a 22 jours
8:30 “...too much like a same sex couple?” They were police partners, not “those” kind of partners. What was wrong with them?
Kompa Tevez
Kompa Tevez Il y a 23 jours
1:14 Geezus H. Kryst! Never knew that about MASH... beyond traumatizing!! 💔💔💔
Jock McStrapon
Jock McStrapon Il y a 26 jours
Cagney and Lacey also had the domestic violence storyline. Grange Hill and Zamo's heroin addiction storyline. Just say no kid's! I know this is early 90s, but this storyline has always stuck with me, because it's the worst mass killing of characters in a show. Emmerdale Farm killed off some of it's characters, when a plane crashed into the village of Emmerdale. So not only did you have the characters but the passengers and crew as well.
Jaime Perez
Jaime Perez Il y a 27 jours
It was Hollywood propaganda at it’s best,that’s why it lasted long
Daxons2009
Daxons2009 Il y a 27 jours
Prisoner Cell Block H... much of it. Nola breaking poor Paddy's neck, Mouse getting burned alive, poor Joan Ferguson's tragic dogs (one was poisoned and she stabbed the other to death while on acid), Rita the Beater having terminal cancer. Tragic. That Thomas episode is wack. I found the look on the Fat Controller's face quite evil. I wonder if he has regrets about that, with hindsight and all that.
Appolo Geticks
Appolo Geticks Il y a 28 jours
Um, not everyone in the 1890's was a cowboy...
James Whipple
James Whipple Il y a 28 jours
Oops, on Full House..😚
James Whipple
James Whipple Il y a 28 jours
I'm part Greek, so the episode where Jesse's Papouli ( Grandfather) passed away, & Michelle was so sad because Papouli was going to show her school class how to Greek dance. It was so sad.. 🇬🇷🇬🇷
duke silver
duke silver Il y a 28 jours
"And the trend continues today" anti cop bias much? You guys are constantly doing this. How about showing some responsibility
Rachel Crisp
Rachel Crisp Il y a 27 jours
duke silver I was thinking the same thing
Raven Tzu
Raven Tzu Il y a 29 jours
The shield when the gang bangers make cop blow them while being filmed, which later came out.
Eugene K
Eugene K Il y a mois
Best punky brewster episode!
Lisa Zurek
Lisa Zurek Il y a mois
When TV had substance.
Stephanie Nelson
Stephanie Nelson Il y a mois
I watched that Family Ties episode over and over again. I loved it. Not sure how I'd feel now.
beezer1225
beezer1225 Il y a mois
GG Allin was on an episode of Geraldo?!! Whose great idea was that?
Rebekah Lee
Rebekah Lee Il y a mois
I am 28 freaking years old and I still cry when I see Big Bird realize Mr Hooper isn’t coming back 😭
sr71ablackbird
sr71ablackbird Il y a mois
well, mash was somewhat true to life, a few of the shows were based on actual incidents one of the shows that they did create were actual experiences that happened during the vietnam war. take for instance, the show of `abyssinia henry'. (where henry dies) was based on where a plane that was carrying children had crashed into the sea.
Heather Morgan
Heather Morgan Il y a mois
How could you pick the Punky Brewster episode where Cherie got stuck in the fridge over the episode post-Challenger explosion? I mean, we were already traumatized because we all watched it live on TV while in school, only to have to re-live it a few days later. Real death trumps fake near-death, Grunge.
Vakaria
Vakaria Il y a mois
Darkest for me: St Elsewhere, when Boomer was raped. I had never known that could happen to men until that episode. That episode honestly, actually, changed the way I viewed the world.
Sharon Sporleder
Sharon Sporleder Il y a mois
And Geraldo is a Trumptard.
Jenni M
Jenni M Il y a mois
I remember that Punky Brewster episode and think about it all the time, and yes it was absolutely traumatizing as a child.
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