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#41 Posted on 2.10.05 0152.33
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A few:

The Office Special: The most perfect series finale in the history of TV that I've seen. Subplots a-plenty, and all tied away.

The Simpsons: "Burns Verkaufen der Kraftwerk": One of many classics, but this one is my favorite for Homer's Land of Chocolate hallucination and tons of hilarious jokes at Germany's expense. "We Germans aren't all smiles und sunshine."

Lost: "Pilot": Within the first ten minutes of chaos, I was hooked.

Dawson's Creek: "Stolen Kisses": 2 or 3 years of subplots all explode in one episode. Yes, this is the one where Joey & Pacey hook up.

Arrested Development: "Key Decisions": The best GOB episode.

Scrubs: "My Bed Banter & Beyond": J.D. & Elliot's relationship, encapsulated in 22 minutes and a pizza.
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#42 Posted on 5.10.05 0047.50
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The Simpsons: Deep Space Homer. Or the one where Bart gets an elephant ("Bart Gets An Elephant"), but that one isn't as funny, I just got a pile of running jokes from it.
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#43 Posted on 5.10.05 0948.33
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South Park.....the episode where all the forest animals are worshipping Satan and Santa Claus has to kill them all.

Runner-up: The South Park episode where Santa Claus is shot down over Iraq, and Jesus goes in like Rambo to save him.
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#44 Posted on 5.10.05 1039.34
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Too many for just one, but I'll go with the first 3 that popped into my head...

Angel - Season 3 finale - My favorite cliffhanger to end a season (yes, even better then JR being shot).

MASH - last McLean Stevenson episode.

South Park - Cartman cheating at the Special Olympics.
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#45 Posted on 5.10.05 1616.59
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Someone mentioned this earlier in the thread: Last episode of M.A.S.H.
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#46 Posted on 5.10.05 1757.54
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Comic Strip: "A Fistful of Traveller's Checques(SP)"
Rocko's Modern Life: "Wacky Deli"
Inspector Gadget: "Nervous Nick"
Most Count Duckula episodes...
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#47 Posted on 18.3.06 0448.01
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Fullmetal Alchemist "Death"

I second House's "Three Stories"

Brimstone, American Gothic, and Sliders pilots too.

Like me some Simpsons in Japan too.
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#48 Posted on 18.3.06 1142.00
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A late entrant:

Battlestar Galactica, "Lay Down Your Burdens, Part 2"

One of the biggest mindfucks in the history of TV.
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#49 Posted on 19.3.06 2245.49
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Miami Vice: "Evan" was the first to pop into my head.

Others are the ones I have on DVD that I can and do watch over and over:

Miami Vice: Pilot, Heart of Darkness, Calderone's Return part II

Simpsons: already mentioned "Marge vs. the Monorail" and "Last exit to Springfield"

I've got this thing where I can't eat at home unless I'm watching something on TV so I watch a lot of the same stuff over and over.
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#50 Posted on 20.3.06 0125.57
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Simpsons: Marge vs The Monorail is a given.

Angel: Not Fade Away and Eternity

Buffy: I'll honestly watch seasons 2 or 3 in a week every once in a while. I can't pick just one, but if I had to, probably "Passion".

Arrested Development: Key Decisions and Pier Pressure

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#51 Posted on 21.3.06 0930.48
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    Originally posted by JayJayDean
    I could watch the episode of "Friends" where they have the bet to switch apartments every day, if necessary.

    Ross: "Chandler was how old when he first touched a woman's breast?"
    Rachel: "Uh...14?"
    Ross: "No, 19."
    Chandler: "Thanks, man."

I love that episode. But my favorite questions during the quiz were both during the speed round

Ross: What was Monica's nickname during field hockey.
Joey: Big Fat Goalie

Ross: Rachel claims this is her favorite movie.
Chandler: Dangerous Liasons
Ross; But this is her favorite movie
Joey: Weekend At Bernie's...NYAH!

And I also like it when Chandler says the name on his TV Guide is "Ms. Chanandler Bong"

Basically it is a tie between this episode and the Seinfeld episode of The Contest.

Or Family Guy when Stewie tries to destroy the sperm in Peter. I love the line from Peter

Peter: duodenum.
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#52 Posted on 21.3.06 2120.56
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    Originally posted by ekedolphin
    Ditto on "Celestial Navigation", and I could probably think of a dozen more West Wing episodes that have earned this distinction if I put my mind to it. Everything CJ said while suffering the effects of her "woot canow" was just gold.

    Oooh, another few episodes now that I think of it-- "17 People", "Somebody's Going to Emergency, Somebody's Going to Jail", "Proportional Response" and the two-part "Commencement"/"25" arc that ended the fourth season

"17 People" is probably the one that I would watch over and over again if I had to choose- Toby going off in the Oval Office is one of the better shot scenes in that series.
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#53 Posted on 22.3.06 0823.15
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Someone mentioned the last McLean Stevenson episode of M*A*S*H. Did anyone see Family Guy spoof that with Brian as Radar?
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#54 Posted on 1.9.06 1340.46
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Homicide: Life of The Street - "The Subway" it's the one were Vincent D'Onofrio guest stars. Vincent is pushed into on on-coming subway train and gets caught between the ramp and the train. The way his body is "literally" twisted, is what's keeping him alive. SO the whole hour is just him and Andre Braugher talking...they both know that soon as they free him he'll most likely die... It is still the most riveting, heart-wrenching hour of tv I've ever seen.

Friends - The Thansgiving when Brad Pitt guest stars. Joey asking for pie after he's eaten a whole turkey is just tv gold!
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#55 Posted on 1.9.06 1605.39
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When the guys from Cheers took Frasier Snipe hunting.
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#56 Posted on 4.9.06 0954.12
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This subject has been around a while, I forgot I already answered it a few times.

I also like the WKRP in Cincinnati episode with Les Nessman on the window ledge because someone on the Reds thought he was gay. My second favorite episode is the one when the decided to drop turkeys from the WKRP chopper because they thought turkeys could fly.

On Seinfeld, I love the Bubble Boy episode. But the episode called The Bet (Master of my Domian) is a classic as well.

One of my all-time favorite shows ever is the Happy Days 2 parter when Fonz jumps the trashcans at Arnold's.

(edited by britishiles on 4.9.06 1505)
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#57 Posted on 4.9.06 2343.02
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I consider myself a tried and true Trekker, and while there have been countless great shows throughout the various series, the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episode, "Far Beyond The Stars" in my opinion, is the finest episode of the DS9 series, and perhaps of the entire Star Trek mythos. Avery Brooks' portrayal as embattled 1950s sci-fi writer Benny Russell is absolutely superlative and moving. The dialogue between Captain Sisko and his father at the end of the episode is just absolutely riveting, especially when Sisko looks into the window at the very end (I won't spoil it for those of you who haven't viewed this episode!).

There are moments on television that transcend the medium. And in a very sincere and understated way, "Far Beyond The Stars" is a quintessential example of that. I just can't speak highly enough of this particular story!
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#58 Posted on 5.9.06 0340.20
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The Sopranos; The very first episode.
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