10 Episodes that turned people off to the show.

Here are 10 TV show episodes that some viewers have watched and then stopped watching the show:

  1. “The Red Wedding” (Game of Thrones, Season 3, Episode 9) – The shocking and brutal events of this episode caused some viewers to feel disillusioned with the show’s approach to storytelling.
  2. “The One Where Ross and Rachel Take a Break” (Friends, Season 3, Episode 15) – The titular break caused a major rift in Ross and Rachel’s relationship, which turned off some viewers who had invested in their romance.
  3. “Scott’s Tots” (The Office, Season 6, Episode 12) – The cringe-worthy premise of this episode, in which a well-meaning boss promises to pay for a group of students’ college tuition, only to renege on the offer years later, proved too uncomfortable for some viewers to handle.
  4. “The Rains of Castamere” (Game of Thrones, Season 3, Episode 9) – Like “The Red Wedding,” this episode’s shocking twists and turns left some viewers feeling disillusioned with the show’s handling of beloved characters.
  5. “The Body” (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Season 5, Episode 16) – The heart-wrenching depiction of death and grief in this episode proved too much for some viewers, who found the show too emotionally draining to continue watching.
  6. “The Grove” (The Walking Dead, Season 4, Episode 14) – The moral and ethical dilemmas presented in this episode, which saw characters grapple with the question of whether to kill a young girl who had become a liability to the group, proved too dark for some viewers.
  7. “The Fly” (Breaking Bad, Season 3, Episode 10) – The slow-paced and surreal tone of this episode, which largely took place in a single location and focused on the characters’ introspective thoughts, proved divisive among fans.
  8. “The Contest” (Seinfeld, Season 4, Episode 11) – The raunchy and controversial subject matter of this episode, which saw the characters engaging in a masturbation contest, proved too vulgar for some viewers.
  9. “The Nightman Cometh” (It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Season 4, Episode 13) – The absurdist and off-color humor of this episode, which saw the characters putting on a bizarre musical, proved too surreal for some viewers.
  10. “Scott Tenorman Must Die” (South Park, Season 5, Episode 4) – The dark and twisted premise of this episode, which saw one of the show’s main characters being duped and humiliated by a younger boy, proved too disturbing for some viewers.

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