This is about crying out of sadness, not out of laughter! I am quite an emotional man myself As a child I cried a lot during Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, because of her death. I recently saw Tarzan again and had to cry during random moments. Nostalgia must have played part in this. Inside Out, when Joy turned to sadness. I saw it in the cinema and I think I was the only one who had to cry xD Steven Universe's episode "Cat Fingers". I heard people complain about how Steven's first episodes were too wacky and lack drama, and then they give this as an example, but I personally had to cry when Steven couldn't handle his powers and almost died. Young Justice's episode The Fix. For obvious reasons, I suppose? I thought the Dutch version was more emotional. (Especially Superboy) I didn't have to cry when rewatching it in English. There might be something behind this, though. I noticed I'm more likely to cry when it's in Dutch. To me, English is the language of entertainment, drama and acting. It feels more sincere when I watch a cartoon in Dutch. (well, if it's dubbed properly) Dubbed live-action, on the other hand, just makes me laugh because it looks so fake It is very much possible that I had to cry once during Courage the Cowardly Dog, but I'm not sure. The episodes "The Last of the Starmakers" and the finale were very emotional.