As this year winds down, we're looking back at the good, the bad and the ugly of TV in 2012.

Not only did Liz Lemon finally tie the knot after years of singledom, but "Dallas" legend Larry Hagman passed away and the new "Smash" showrunner Josh Safran announced that scarves, the show's iconic accessory, would be done away with.

Click through the slideshow for a look at 12 things we'll miss from this year. Add your own in the comments below!

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  • Kristen Bell's Sassy "Gossip Girl" Voice

    For six seasons, Kristen Bell's trusty (and sassy) voice narrated the comings and goings of everyone's favorite group of fashionable Upper East Siders. What will we do without her thoughtful "Gossip Girl" commentary on Monday nights? You know you loved it.

  • "Smash" Scarves

    When "Gossip Girl" showrunner Josh Safran was handed the "Smash" ropes, he immediately made an important fashion choice: No more scarves for Debra Messing. We made fun of them while they were around, but how will Debra Messing seek comfort when she needs to cry in Season 2?

  • Christina Aguilera and Cee Lo Green As "Voice" Coaches

    Adam Levine and Blake Shelton are great to have around, but "The Voice" just won't be the same without Christina Aguilera's eccentricities and Cee Lo's goofy style. Let's hope Usher and Shakira are ready to bring it!

  • Crystal the Monkey

    NBC's "Animal Practice" may have been short-lived and a little mind-numbing, but Crystal The Monkey's stint as Dr. Rizzo is one we'll never forget. Hopefully she'll pop up on our TVs again soon!

  • Lane Pryce

    When Jared Harris' character Lane Pryce hanged himself on this season of "Mad Men," fans were devastated, and not just because his death was so horrifying. Lane's adorable accent and quirky ways were an asset at Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce, and he will be greatly missed.

  • Larry Hagman

    Saying goodbye to Larry Hagman is one of the saddest things the TV world had to do this year. When the "Dallas" star lost his battle with cancer after only one season of TNT's reboot, longtime fans were forced leave J.R. Ewing behind for good. He'll appear in a few episodes of Season 2, but watching will certainly be bittersweet.

  • Dan Harmon as the "Community" Showrunner

    When NBC fired Dan Harmon from "Community," the showrunner made sure to go out with a bang. After adding a series of ridiculous plot lines and over-the-top jokes, Harmon bid farewell to The Study Group.

  • "House"

    There's no doubt we'll miss our favorite curmudgeonly doctor, but it was about time "House" wrapped up. Luckily, Hugh Laurie's in talks to join NBC's pirate drama as Blackbeard ... so we may not have seen the last of him.

  • Single Liz Lemon

    Everyone's favorite spinster is single no more! Liz Lemon (Tina Fey) got married to Criss (James Marsden) this year, and while we're happy for her we can't help but miss her comedic dating disasters just a little bit.

  • Andy Samberg & Kristen Wiig on "Saturday Night Live"

    So long, Kristen Wiig and Any Samberg! The "Saturday Night Live" comedians are off to make movies and be super famous, but we'll miss them on stage of Studio 8H.

  • "Damages"

    We'll never forget you, Patty Hewes. In 2012, "Damages" wrapped up its five season run as one of the most intense legal dramas to ever grace our TVs, taking with it our weekly dose of Glenn Close as the dastardly Patty Hewes. There will never be another character like her.

  • Sarah Michelle Gellar on TV

    Yes, "Ringer" was pretty, pretty, pretty bad, but man it was good having Sarah Michelle Gellar back on our TV. Come back to us soon, SMG ... but with a better show.


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