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Season Finale Awards

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Season Finale Split

It’s the end of May, which means it’s time for EW.com’s 2nd Annual Season Finale Awards. You’ve spent the last few weeks dating your DVR(s), and we have the payoff: Think back on this spring’s season-enders and help us celebrate the good and call out the bad. Copy and paste the list of this year’s 20 categories below into a comment and write in your nominations. UPDATE: Voting has begun and will stay open through Monday, May 30. Without a Lost in the mix, things could get interesting. And the categories are: 

Best Death:

Most Welcome Exit for an Unloved Character:

Best Overall Ending to an Otherwise Crappy Season:

Worst Overall Ending to an Otherwise Solid Season:

Best Romantic Cliffhanger:

Best Non-Romantic Cliffhanger:

Best Kiss:

Best Fight (Verbal or Physical):

Top Tissue Moment (Single tear or sobfest):

Single Most Clever Twist:

Single Weakest Twist:

Funniest Half Hour (or hour, if supersized):

Single Funniest Moment:

Most Disturbing Image:

Most Rewound Moment:

Most Likely to Earn Someone an Emmy (list show and actor):

Most Likely to Stay on My DVR the Longest:

SPECIAL AWARD: Biggest Regret That I Didn’t See It, I Just Heard or Read About It:

SPECIAL AWARD: Your Penultimate Episode Was Better Than Your Finale. Weird.:

SPECIAL AWARD: Next Year’s Season Pass is Now in Jeopardy:

Remember: These awards are for season finale episodes only.

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