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Not so much TV characters as book characters. When I first read Lord of the Rings (in elementary school) I bawled my eyes out when Gandalf died. The Hobbit is the first book I can ever remember and Gandalf was pretty much the best. My dad had to tell me that Gandalf wasn't really dead or I wouldn't have finished reading the trilogy.
I did shed a few tears at the end of Buffy the Vampire Slayer when Spike died though. And in Babylon 5, Marcus dying was pretty damn depressing.
I've been invested in a number of shows, but the only show that has ever made me had to pause it and get up and physically pace around the room in anger or just sit there in silence wondering what the fuck just happened is The Shield. Fuck you, Shane. Fuck you forever you stupid fucking inbred asshole.
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Very much so. It almost makes me hate television when they KILL OFF MY FAVORITE CHARACTERS. I'm not entirely sure how I was able to handle the Tribe because SO MANY PEOPLE DIE or just disappear. Like the 4th season when the technos come and everything/everyone goes apeshit and so many beloved characters bite it? I don't know how I continued watching. Maybe it was because I was less sensitive then compared to now..
Well it all depends on the type of TV shows you're watching. If you've been watching a quality show that's been on the air for quite a while and the characters are well developed, you start to care for them because you've been following them for so long and it feel as if you know them in some way. That happens when you finish reading a good book too, doesn't it? But if you're watching nothing but mindless daytime soap operas, then yes, you have some serious issues! ;)
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