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13 Imaginative TV Deaths That No One Saw Coming

Popular television shows always have ardent fans. Fans laugh and cry with their favorite characters and understand their trials and lives, as if they were a part of their own. Almost all TRP shows hav

Popular television shows always have ardent fans. Fans laugh and cry with their favorite characters and understand their trials and lives, as if they were a part of their own. Almost all TRP shows have something going really right for them, from innovative scripts, unusual storylines or just a fabulous star cast. When the star of a show is quite literally, the star of the show though, it gets very difficult to take risky character related decisions that may or may not benefit the show.

Yet every once in a while, the shows head for a risky gamble and a character is taken off a show. This is sometimes done in the most unusual of ways and the death or disappearance is often not taken very well by the fans. On the other hand, there are times where a character is killed off due to fan demands. Yet, whatever the reasons for such TV deaths, if the writer is creative in writing the death scene, the scene usually turns out to be imaginative, unexpected and most definitely entertaining.

13 Aiden Mathis – Revenge

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12 Maude Flanders – The Simpsons

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11 Edie Britt – Desperate Housewives

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10 Lori Grimes – The Walking Dead

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9 Eddard Stark – Game of Thrones

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8 Sayid Jarrah – Lost

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7 Heather Brooks – Grey’s Anatomy

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6 Rita Bennett – Dexter

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5 Brian Griffin – Family Guy

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4 Hank Schrader – Breaking Bad

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3 Lane Pryce – Mad Men

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2 McDreamy Derek Shepherd – Grey’s Anatomy

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1 Charlie Harper – Two and a Half Men

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In the most wildly imaginative death sequence ever written, the death of millionaire playboy Charlie Harper in Two and a Half Men has to be right at the top. After being unceremoniously dumped from the hit show in 2011, Charlie Sheen’s character of Charlie Harper was killed off without wasting much time. Initially, Charlie was believed to have died after being hit by a train while he was vacationing in Paris (it was hinted that it was Rose’s doing). But it was later revealed that Rose had in fact kept him prisoner in her basement instead. When Charlie finally managed to escape her clutches and make his way to his beach house, he was dramatically crushed by his own piano, which was being transported out of his house by a helicopter.

Sources:  hollywoodreporter.com

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