History TearJerker / AsToldByGinger

8th Apr '16 1:12:54 PM twilicorn
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* The last minute of "No Hope for Courtney", with the principal announcing to Carl's class of the passing of [[TheCharacterDiedWithHer Mrs. Gordon.]] And the memory dedicating Creator/KathleenFreeman's (Mrs. Gordon) passing, which happened before the episode finished production.

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* The last minute of "No Hope for Courtney", with the principal announcing Mrs. Gordon's passing to Carl's class of class, followed by the passing of [[TheCharacterDiedWithHer Mrs. Gordon.]] And the memory dedicating Creator/KathleenFreeman's (Mrs. Gordon) passing, which happened InMemoriam for Creator/KathleenFreeman, her voice actor, [[TheCharacterDiedWithHim who died just before the episode finished production.production]].
14th Dec '15 8:36:29 AM twilicorn
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* All this time and no mention of the last minute of "No Hope for Courtney"? With the principal announcing to Carl's class of the passing of [[TheCharacterDiedWithHer Mrs. Gordon.]]
** And the memory dedicating Kathleen Freeman's passing. Happening before the episode was finished.

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* All this time and no mention of the The last minute of "No Hope for Courtney"? With Courtney", with the principal announcing to Carl's class of the passing of [[TheCharacterDiedWithHer Mrs. Gordon.]]
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]] And the memory dedicating Kathleen Freeman's passing. Happening Creator/KathleenFreeman's (Mrs. Gordon) passing, which happened before the episode was finished.finished production.
2nd Sep '15 8:27:36 PM MsCC93
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* "Ten Chairs", Jonas facing the fact that only one of his children want him at the Thanksgiving dinner and then he makes a remark about Monster, their old dog. Ginger was longing for the cozy nuclear family while Carl was reminded of how he was left and/or betrayed by those he loved: Monster the dog ran away, Maude died, his Father left the family years ago, and the turkey he rescued from slaughter ruined dinner and ate up his precious disembodied eyeball.

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* "Ten Chairs", Jonas facing the fact that only one of his children want him at the Thanksgiving dinner and then he makes a remark about Monster, their old dog. Ginger was longing for the cozy nuclear family while Carl was reminded of how he was left and/or betrayed by those he loved: Monster the dog ran away, Maude died, his Father left the family years ago, and the turkey he rescued from slaughter ruined dinner and ate up his precious disembodied eyeball.eyeball.
* In the Wedding special, when Courtney's family loses all their money due to Courtney's dad getting arrested, Courtney looks '''broken''' when she was crying in the bathroom. This is one of the few times when we see Courtney look very depressed.
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10th Aug '15 3:25:35 PM toongrrl1990
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** Jonas hardly appears in Lois's flashbacks, he probably wasn't around much during Ginger's early years and he seems unlikely to be the man his children need...ever.
** Dave and Jonas' conversation: what you hear is a man who is realizing that his children and ex-wife are leaving him the way he left them and he's regretting he wasn't around enough...especially for saving his daughter's life.
2nd Aug '15 3:10:01 PM toongrrl1990
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* "Kiss Today Goodbye" has us view things from [[AudienceSurrogate Dodie's POV]] on the waning relationship between Ginger and Darren: Darren gets Ginger isn't enthusiastic about his football playing, Ginger is sad over the lack of affection between them, and Simone has her eyes on Darren. It ends with Darren reading Dodie's letter (pleading for him to please stop hurting Ginger and end things) in the middle of the field while Ginger is standing and looking blankly in the bleachers.
21st Jun '15 3:41:40 PM toongrrl1990
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* Hoodsey in "The Easter Ham" and Dodie to a lesser extent; Joann decides to cut off contact between the Foutley and Bishop families after she gets sick and decides they're the source of her stress, then later Hoodsey tells Carl that he can't afford to lose his mother and cuts off contact (at least temporarily). This shows how far Joann has controlled her children, enough for them to not want to rebel against her ever. If Hoodsey said something like "I can't hang out with you Carl, my Mom would have my hide" or "I have enough drama to deal with from her" it'd be fine, but him taking his Mother's orders without so much of a question or a whimper and cutting off contact with his best friend...Joann is no MyBelovedSmother, the kids stopped breathing a long time ago.
19th Apr '15 10:36:09 PM toongrrl1990
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* Courtney revealing how lonely she is at home in "Mommie Nearest". Her Mother is off somewhere a lot, Blake hangs with Winston, and her father goes on business trips. She even had to beg her Mom to stay home with her for a change.
17th Apr '15 9:07:35 PM toongrrl1990
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* Ginger's reaction to learning that Sasha got back together with his ex after not hearing from him for months. The heartbreak expressed in her eyes and her voice are just evocative of the talents of the animation team and Melissa Disney.
12th Jan '15 10:04:59 PM toongrrl1990
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* The end of "Carl and Maude" when Maude died and Ginger later recounted Carl's off-screen eulogy, with her friends being concerned for Carl.



* The majority of "Ms. Foutley's Boys", where Lois briefly dates Buzz the plumber, is {{played for laughs}}, but the ending is fairly sad. Not for Lois, mind you, but for ''Carl''. Before Lois marries [[spoiler: Dave the doctor]], that episode is one of the few times that Carl briefly has a father figure who he can actually relate to, and he really seems to get his hopes up that Buzz will end up staying with the family. Even though he clearly wants his mother to be happy, it's hard not to feel for Carl at the end, when he has to go back to being the only man in the Foutley house once again.

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* The majority of "Ms. Foutley's Boys", where Lois briefly dates Buzz the plumber, is {{played for laughs}}, but the ending is fairly sad. Not for Lois, mind you, but for ''Carl''. Before Lois marries [[spoiler: Dave the doctor]], that episode is one of the few times that Carl briefly has a father figure who he can actually relate to, and he really seems to get his hopes up that Buzz will end up staying with the family. Even though he clearly wants his mother to be happy, it's hard not to feel for Carl at the end, when he has to go back to being the only man in the Foutley house once again.again.
* "Ten Chairs", Jonas facing the fact that only one of his children want him at the Thanksgiving dinner and then he makes a remark about Monster, their old dog. Ginger was longing for the cozy nuclear family while Carl was reminded of how he was left and/or betrayed by those he loved: Monster the dog ran away, Maude died, his Father left the family years ago, and the turkey he rescued from slaughter ruined dinner and ate up his precious disembodied eyeball.
11th Jan '15 11:42:09 AM toongrrl1990
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** The look on Carl's face when he sees the noisy lit up ambulance pass the Bishop house is heartwrenching.
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