The third season finale of Lost as others have said for drama
"Put on your helmets, we'll be reaching speeds of 3!" "It was nice of you to give that dead woman another chance." "All right, look alive everybody...oh sorry Susan."- MST3K: Space Mutiny Click Here (myspace.com)
Originally posted by dwatersThe "Slow Donny" episode of Just Shoot Me was so well-written. David Cross fakes being special/challenged just cause he's too lazy to do anything else.
This. That was the BEST episode of a decent show and if Just Shoot Me was that good every episode, it would have been WAY more popular.
I loved the episode of TAXI when Jim gets his license (What does a yellow light mean? Slow down. Whaaaaat.....dooooooesss....aaaaaaaa.....yelllllooowwwww.....liiiiiight.....mean? SLOW DOWN. This went on for a while and it was hysterical.
The series finale of Six Feet Under was really good in terms of closure, as was the end of MASH. Fo rthat matter, so was Family Ties.
The episode of Friends where they bet the apartment was easily their best.
The episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm when Larry ate the Jesus cookie and the pube caught in his throat.
(edited by Wpob on 15.12.11 0113) Life is hilariously cruel.
Originally posted by StephanieAnd now for an Anglophile choice: "School Reunion", Doctor Who, Series 2, Episode 3. I could replay the scene where Sarah Jane finds the TARDIS - and then the Doctor finds Sarah Jane - endlessly.
I think even before Liz's death, this was probably one of the top ten Doctor Who episodes of all time. Now, it means a lot more and to me its easily in the top five with Doctor's Wife, End of Time, the Season 4 finale and Vincent and the Doctor. Ironically I watched Reunion a day before her death, I don't think I can watch it again.
The Wee Baby Sheamus.
Twitter: @realjoecarfley its a bit more toned down there. A bit.
Originally posted by JSTObjects In Space, the Firefly finale. Jubal Early at the time was a most interesting new character.
I loved this episode as a finale. It introduced a fascinating new character, opened up the universe even wider and then made it clear that the crew was still out there, still flying. From a storyteller's perspective, ending on that episode was genius. It made sure those characters would live forever in viewers minds. That episode is a lot of the reason that there's so much passion for Firefly long after it went off the air.
Yeah, I thought of that once I started typing my post. Funny 'cause it's true. The international symbol for "I'm on the phone" is a hand pressed to the ear. Without seeing that, how are we supposed to know?