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My Loved Episodes are Bad Blood" from season 5 of the X Files. It's an amusing, one off. With Luke Wilson and Patrick Renna. 

Mulder gets a stake through the core of an adolescent vampire/pizza delivery  kid, at that point him and Scully understand the vampire teeth are phony, the child is no vampire. jimods The scene is Mulder and Scully disclosing to one another their sides of the occasions "to get their story straight" before having a gathering with Director Skinner. As their accounts are finding some conclusion, Skinner reports they gotta return and examine bc the child returned to life and bit the coroner's neck with his standard human teeth.

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The “Deadheads” episode of Season 4 of THE GOLDBERGS. Also known as “The Curse Jar” episode. Genius writing at the highest level. Lost count how many times I’ve watched it and it still holds up.
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Final episode of Six Feet Under. Perfect!

"I hope your Fanny is bigger than my Peter." Mary Martin to Ezio Pinza opening night of Fanny.
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Carter, Difficult People (2016)

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"Susan, I'm Gay" from Ellen.

 

 

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Most definitely the final episode of "Six Feet Under"

The "Newhart" series finale was brilliant

The "Cosby" episode where the family sings "Night and Day" to the grandparents

Just give the world Love.
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Highland Guy said: ""Susan, I'm Gay" from Ellen.”

This 2-part episode of ELLEN is actually titled “The Puppy Episode” (1997: Season 4, Episodes 22 & 23)

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The penultimate episode of the original run of Will & Grace: "Whatever Happened to Baby Gin?"

This coincidentally features Bernadette Peters as Karen's sister Virginia ("Gin"What is your Most loved Episode from any TV show .

The comedic timing is exceptional, particularly in the running gag of Karen exclaiming, "Gin, please!" with alternating direction towards the waitstaff and her sister. The whole episode ripe with smart, sharp verbal and physical comedy across the A, B, and C plot lines.

It's a shame they never brought back Bernadette for the revival. Huge mistake, IMO.

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The one I always come back to is "Thanksgiving" from Master of None.

Some other favorites:

  • "Thirty Minutes over Tokyo" - The Simpsons
  • "Greg Pikitis" - Parks and Recreation
  • 2.1 - Fleabag
  • "The Soup Nazi" - Seinfeld
  • "Modern Warefare" - Community
  • "Teddy Perkins" - Atlanta
  • "Ego Death" - I May Destroy You
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Slightly off topic, but.....

I don't have memories of any particular episode from The Loretta Young Show (1953-1961, 165 episodes).  But I do vividly remember looking forward each week to see what beautiful gown the beautiful Loretta would wear to introduce the show.  Here are a few of them.

 

 

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Breaking Bad: Season 5 episode 14, Ozymandias.
 


Edit to add that I believe Ozymandias is the greatest episode and the best writing of any Drama Series, ever. 

Updated On: 8/29/20 at 07:02 PM
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Huss417 said: "Final episode of Six Feet Under. Perfect!"

Probably the best final episode I’ve ever seen of a series. Parenthood is a very close second. Maybe I just like Peter Krause shows...?

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2 episodes of “Roseanne” immediately come to mind. From season 5, “Wait Till Your Father Gets Home“ and from season 6, “A Stash From the Past”, both of which I think are two of the best written episodes of any sitcom ever.
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Jordan Catalano said: "2 episodes of “Roseanne” immediately come to mind. From season 5, “Wait Till Your Father Gets Home“ and from season 6, “A Stash From the Past”, both of which I think are two of the best written episodes of any sitcom ever. "

The original ROSEANNE series remains one of the best written sitcoms ever.  I’ve been rewatching it regularly lately and it truly is on a level of its own.  So great it received accolades while it was still running and not decades later.  

Laurie Metcalf, John Goodman, Estelle Parsons, Shelley Winters and even Roseanne herself.  Wow!  

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The Vampire Diaries - specifically 4x15 to 4x21 when Elena turns off her emotions. For some reason these episodes are my favorite parts of the series. There’s a few other standalone episodes I do love but I don’t remember the numbers.

I’ve been watching a lot of Modern Family. No specific episode but every episode I have seen I’ve loved.

I also have been watching a lot of NatGeo and Smithsonian channel shows.
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Brody, I still hold that "Roseanne" is the greatest American sitcom ever made. And "The Conners" has slowly but steadily started to climb up and I think starting with this upcoming season, they're going to hit a new high. It continues to be what "Roseanne" was - the only show on all of TV that accurately (and humorously) depicts the state of working class people in this country. And seeing how they're going to dive right in with what this past year has done to the country, I'm sure it's going to be brilliant. Their advertising art for the new season is already just outstanding.

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"Dinner Party" on the The Office

"Topsy" on Bob's Burgers

"A Streetcar Named Marge" on The Simpsons

"Jurassic Bark" on Futurama

"Stupid Spoiled Whore Video Playset" on South Park

And not the full episode, but one of the single funniest scenes is from Soap

 

Did you know that every day Mexican gays cross our borders and unplug our brain-dead ladies?
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I agree with everyone saying the finale of Six Feet Under--maybe the best TV finale of all time.

I'll also add:

Doctor Who s03e10: "Blink"

Please Like Me s03e02: "Simple Carbohydrates"

30 Rock s03e05: "Reunion"

Veep s01e07: "Full Disclosure"

Will & Grace s06e19: "No Sex 'n' the City"

The Americans s06e10: "START"

and of course Seinfeld s09e10: "The Strike" (a.k.a. the Festivus episode)

I'll also say that the entireties of Fleabag and the first season of Big Little Lies are some of the best television I've ever had the experience of watching, and they are short enough to binge on a Saturday (as I have many times).

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WKRP in Cincinnati, Turkey Drop
All in the Family, Sammy's Visit (so many of these)
Seinfeld, (a tie) The Deal or The Contest
Zoe's Extraordinary Playlist, season 1 finale
Marvelous Mrs Mazel, The Pilot

Dead to Me, every stinking episode

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Updated On: 8/30/20 at 06:44 AM
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Chuckles Bites The Dust.
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The season 4 episode “Constant” from Lost is my personal favorite
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Great episode from a forgotten ensemble showcase: the “book burning” episode from “The Crazy Ones.” One of the best examples of farce structure in a sitcom episode outside of “Frazier;” until the day I die I will not hear the word “Frankenstein” without picturing Brad Garrett struck dumb, recoiling from the pyre and suddenly, unmistakably being Boris Karloff.
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This Is Us - "Memphis"
The Wonder Years - "Daddy's Little Girl"
Both made me tear up!
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Shameless- Season 4, Episode 11- "Emily" 

 

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The Musical Episode from Buffy the Vampire Slayer

The Moldavian Massacre from Dynasty


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