Characters get written off television shows all the time. Sometimes an actor wants to move on to something else; sometimes the writing staff has nothing more for the character to do. Sometimes these moments are unforgettable and emotional, and sometimes they are pretty milquetoast. Every once in a while, however, a character is written off in a way that is so ludicrous, you can't help but laugh at it.
Like when ER's Robert Romano gets crushed by a helicopter a year after, wait for it, getting his arm severed from his body by a different helicopter. Or when Charlie Harper gets crushed by a piano at the end of Two and a Half Men. Or when Rosalind Shays randomly plummets to her death out of nowhere after walking into an empty elevator shaft on L.A. Law. Look, every character exit can't be a winner. And, to be fair, sometimes the implausible exits are way more memorable than the realistic ones.
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