Please add your favorites. I'm a TV addict and would love more shows to watch.
  1. Mad Men: Guy Walks Into an Advertising Agency
    E059332e de1f 4fa7 9ae4 d69a2de2ace7
    Even the name of this episode kills me. The scene with the lawnmower made me think I was watching an episode of "Breaking Bad" for a quick second. But then I remembered I was watching Mad Men and laughed so hard I almost popped a blood vessel.
  2. Star Trek: Let That Be Your Last Battlefield
    791ad136 7a3a 425e a504 42cdfba4a965
    A great one about race. Wish the new Star Trek would tackle social issues like this more. The scene where Spock is like "You're both half white and half black. Chill" is one of the best things ever to happen on TV (and the fact that it came out in the 60s!!).
  3. Arrested Development: The One Where Michael Leaves
    59f7aa88 1cb8 46c6 8714 e7d3ee72325d
    I love Tobias so much, I was a never nude for Halloween last year. This episode's one-liners are so good, you could almost miss them if you don't pay attention.
  4. House of Cards: Season 2 Episode 1
    57a6472c 9fc0 4d8b 9097 a15078a90ff4
    I did not think that's where Zoe would've ended up. I don't know why I was shocked because Francis is ballsy, I just didn't know that ballsy. My apologies, Mr. President.
  5. Veep: Signals
    619a175c 7c80 481b 92b4 6f7f02a1b76e
    I actually cried during that scene where Jonah was standing in front of the pig. I couldn't breathe, I was laughing so hard.
  6. Parks and Recreation: Hunting Trip
    28c52775 9051 44d1 83a0 f80e401f07d2
    It's so hard to choose one, but this episode is one of my all time fav P and R episodes. The scene where Donna screams about her Benz gets me every time. Also, Ron's scar at the end......
  7. Twilight Zone: Eye of the Beholder
    6d065e58 9f29 48a8 a54d afd13d4b6e17
    My dad had my sisters and I watch this episode a long time ago and it's one of my favorite ones (this and The Shelter is another great one). I love how both of these episodes left me in such shock and bewilderment. Love shows that can have that effect on people.
  8. Twin Peaks - Pilot
    (And also every episode that follows) But the pilot is just so good !!! From the who killed Laura Palmer mystery to the setup of the strangest and most intriguing characters/town of any show ever, there is so much in this episode that it's impossible not to watch it over and over, finding something new to love each time.
    Suggested by @siobhanhannah
  9. True Detective: Who Goes There
    B4e63dde 0e65 414c a18b d959a426b8b5
    Suggested by @ChrisKennedy
  10. The Office: Stress Relief
    6742bc73 662f 43ca b8d0 a7202256ea53
    It's a special from season 5 so it's longer than typical episodes which is GREAT because it covers so much. The cold open literally had me crying first time I saw it and there are a lot of really heartwarming moments too 💘. Also this happens with Dwight and a CPR dummy.
    Suggested by @briana
  11. Friends "The One with the Embryos"
    4727cab6 f213 4483 a9f4 831d5150d8b8
    Iconic, highly quotable, the peak of the show
    Suggested by @sarahgorman
  12. The Office "The Injury"
    F7f3e583 38ba 485d 9941 bc0d530ee3f0
    My favorite episode of anything ever. "What does this look like to you? Mailboxes etc." "that's from "Big." Yeah, he's dancing on a piano with Robert Loggia." Perfect television. Written by @mindy as well. "I like to wake up to the smell of crackling bacon- sue me!"
    Suggested by @sarahgorman
  13. The Knick "Get the Rope"
    431d3f81 afad 452c 835a d21803046d7a
    One of the best television drama episodes I've ever seen. Haunting, cinematically stunning. On the edge of your seat from start to finish. This show is incredibly underrated.
    Suggested by @sarahgorman
  14. Bob's Burgers "Work Hard or Die Trying, Girl"
    97d76869 78d0 4297 8244 b98a4c208d58
    I lost it with this episode. One of my favorite pieces of culture within a show ever.
    Suggested by @sarahgorman
  15. Breaking Bad "Ozymandias"
    Suggested by @sarahgorman
  16. Mad Men "The Suitcase"
    Suggested by @sarahgorman
  17. 30 Rock "Dealbreakers Talk Show #0001"
    6df9c3a0 a892 4d6f a129 9bbd0a0276a1
    Tracy discovers EGOTing, Liz gives us "I'm a star, I'm on top, somebody bring me some ham!!" and cries through her mount after her off brand eye surgery. "Are you spinning a basketball?"
    Suggested by @sarahgorman
  18. Gravity Falls "Not What He Seems"
    The pinnacle of western animation. Also what I consider to be the climax of the entire show. This episode put all its cards on the table and didn't hold back. It puts characters against each other, makes us question everything we thought we knew about the show, and tops it off with one of the biggest pay-offs in television. Not to mention the gorgeous animation, flawless voice performances, and top notch direction. Perfect.
    Suggested by @Bread
  19. Doctor Who - "Blink"
    Introduced the shows most popular monster, the weeping angels, and used time travel in one of the most creative ways ever in the show. Also one of the more mysterious episodes that leave you trying to figure out what's going on. Plus David Tennant as the Doctor, and that can't go wrong.
    Suggested by @imben