Which Max and Liz scene made you cry/touched you the most?

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Postby Karrie » Sun Sep 05, 2004 9:21 am

The "wedding dance" and Future Max disappearing in The End of the World. I swear, a piece of fiction has NEVER made me cry like that. I can just *think* about it and I get tears in my eyes. Of course, it probably would have been worse if I had watched it without knowing how the whole story ends. I watched it the day they had a marathon on Sci-Fi and it aired right after "Graduation" so it kind of took much of the blow away. But it still got to me. That was a powerful episode.

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Postby The Keeper » Tue Sep 07, 2004 7:02 pm

Probably in Departure when Max was saying goodbye to Liz, giving her the pendant and telling her that he loved her.

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Postby hoLLyBEHRy » Thu Sep 09, 2004 12:13 am

I can't stand it when guys cry. I just break down with them. So if any guy on the show is starting to well up, then I'm grabbing the tissues. Specifically, whenever I watch "Ch-Ch-Changes" and Max is at Liz's window, tearing up, I'm tearing up too. When he mouths "I love you", damnit, I'm already flat out crying. That's the scene that really gets to me, and it gets to me every single time.

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Postby out of this world » Thu Sep 09, 2004 3:13 pm

hoLLyBEHRy wrote:I can't stand it when guys cry. I just break down with them. So if any guy on the show is starting to well up, then I'm grabbing the tissues. Specifically, whenever I watch "Ch-Ch-Changes" and Max is at Liz's window, tearing up, I'm tearing up too. When he mouths "I love you", damnit, I'm already flat out crying. That's the scene that really gets to me, and it gets to me every single time.

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I know what you mean. I cry as well. Jason did that scene so well. Got to love the man for the acting he did.

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Postby ana julia » Thu Sep 16, 2004 11:35 am

Definitely the van scene. It's one of the more powerful scens I've ever seen in my life.

Another which I always finish rewing and seeing again is the one I have in my avatar (Chant down Babylone). The way they hold, look into each others eyes, the love in all their gestures...it's sublime

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Postby dreamer19 » Sat Oct 30, 2004 4:38 pm

The "wedding dance" and Future Max disappearing in The End of the World. That one really made me cry. I get upset just thinking about it. :cry:

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Postby Temptation_K » Tue Nov 02, 2004 1:23 pm

hoLLyBEHRy wrote:I can't stand it when guys cry. I just break down with them. So if any guy on the show is starting to well up, then I'm grabbing the tissues. Specifically, whenever I watch "Ch-Ch-Changes" and Max is at Liz's window, tearing up, I'm tearing up too. When he mouths "I love you", damnit, I'm already flat out crying. That's the scene that really gets to me, and it gets to me every single time.

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Postby dreambehr » Sun Nov 14, 2004 10:05 am

hoLLyBEHRy wrote:I can't stand it when guys cry. I just break down with them. So if any guy on the show is starting to well up, then I'm grabbing the tissues. Specifically, whenever I watch "Ch-Ch-Changes" and Max is at Liz's window, tearing up, I'm tearing up too. When he mouths "I love you", damnit, I'm already flat out crying. That's the scene that really gets to me, and it gets to me every single time.

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I didn't cry watching that (somehow I don't cry watching TV shows, only movies) but that scene was so heartbreakingly sad, yet so beautiful at the same time. Sniff. That scene is just one of many that shows how powerful Roswell is.

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Postby behr_able » Sun Nov 21, 2004 2:40 am

Im going to have to say when Max had to let his son go. That whole last part i cried like somebody peppered sprayed me. he had to give up his child (even though he hated the baby's moma) he still would have been a great father. it was sooo emotional...then Liz hugged him being the supportive g/f that she is.....it was beautiful....im getting choked up just thinking about it
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Postby AmberEyed51 » Mon Nov 22, 2004 7:55 pm

Im the guy thing too. Whenever I saw Jason cry on-screen, i was balling with him. The saddest part I remember is when Max was healing those kids, in ARCC that "Calling all Angels" by Jane Siberry really had me sobbing. Then if that wasn't teary enough for me, Max, *even though he believes Liz had pretty much betrayed him* says he believes in her, and then it starts to snow. For that moment it seemed all was perfect *sigh*....
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