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    May 29, 2018

    36 TV Episodes You'll Never Get Tired Of Watching

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    We recently asked the BuzzFeed Community to tell us about their favorite TV episodes to watch over and over again. Here are the binge-able results.

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    1. New Girl, "Cooler" (Season 2, Episode 15)

    Fox

    "That first kiss between Nick and Jess gets me every single time. It always leaves me just as stunned as Jess. I love them ❤️." —lomoliving

    I also watch this episode constantly, probably every few months. It's the most perfect kiss in TV history and no one can convince me otherwise. Pink fuzzy robes may be Nick's kryptonite, but this episode is mine.

    Watch it on Netflix with your subscription or on Amazon or iTunes for $1.99+.

    2. Brooklyn Nine-Nine, "HalloVeen," (Season 5, Episode 4)

    Fox

    "Jake's proposal is too cute and every Jake and Amy interaction is perfect. I’m pretty sure I’m going to die during their wedding episode." —Gia V.

    "I love you, and I treasure you, but...YA BORE ME."

    Watch it on Hulu with your subscription or on Amazon or iTunes for $1.99+.

    3. Parks and Recreation, "Pawnee Rangers" (Season 4, Episode 4)

    NBC

    "It's the most perfect 20 minutes of television to ever exist. From the introduction of 'treat yo self' and the Pawnee Goddesses/Pawnee Rangers feud (puppy party!), to Chris going to lunch with Jerry and his daughter, it's nonstop perfection and I can quote it by heart. Treat yo self today and go give it another watch." —Melinda C.

    Watch it on Netflix or Hulu with your subscription, on iTunes for $1.99+, or on Amazon for $1.99+ (free with Prime).

    4. The Office, "Dinner Party" (Season 4, Episode 13)

    NBC

    "It's hands down my favorite episode of the series! It never fails to make me laugh. From Michael revealing that he sleeps on a footstool at the end of the bed because Jan has 'space issues' to him showing off his 10-inch flat screen TV to Jim and Pam, I laugh hysterically every time. Plus, the bloopers for this episode are also hilarious! —Zoe N.

    Watch it on Netflix with your subscription or on Amazon or iTunes for $1.99+.

    5. 30 Rock, "Gavin Volure" (Season 3, Episode 4)

    NBC

    "This episode has everything: Steve Martin, sex dolls, tax fraud, and a Paris Hilton film released only in Canada. This is the episode I show friends when I'm introducing them to the show. It is full of solid one-liners and Steve Martin’s performance is hilarious. It's one of the most amusing episodes of 30 Rock I’ve ever seen." —Molly M.

    Watch it on Hulu with your subscription or on Amazon or iTunes for $1.99+.

    6. Gossip Girl, "Pilot" (Season 1, Episode 1)

    The CW

    "Who can forget the mysterious first appearance of Serena van der Woodsen??? I don't know why, but I always go back to the first episode of GG, even if I don't re-watch the rest." —yiyang

    The birth of Dan and Serena's relationship in this episode is too sweet — it makes me want to lose my phone so that some cute, lonely Brooklyn boy will have to track me down to return it to me.

    Watch it on Netflix with your subscription or on Amazon or iTunes for $1.99+.

    7. Fraiser, "Ski Lodge" (Season 5, Episode 14)

    NBC

    "Every episode of Frasier is like like a bowl of buttered noodles — pure comfort food. Perfect television. But this is among the best episodes of any show. Mistaken identities, mixed messages, sexual innuendo, and no one interested in Frasier. A true delight."

    maitlandquitmeyer

    Watch it on Netflix or Hulu with your subscription, on iTunes for $1.99+, or on Amazon for $1.99+ (free with Prime).

    8. Friends, "The One with the Proposal" (two-parter, Season 6, Episodes 24 and 25)

    NBC

    "Monica and Chandler are one of my all-time favorite OTPs. This episode was everything it needed to be and more; it was funny, romantic, and touching and it made me cry like an idiot. I love it so much, and whenever I want to watch something to make me feel good and warm this is where I go. The episode just proved once again how strong they are and how they're meant to be together. Even to this day I get wrecked when she goes to Richard, and my heart melts with happiness at the entire proposal scene. It was a LONG time coming but boy, was it worth it. Honestly, so iconic."

    orpinko1

    Watch it on Netflix with your subscription or on Amazon or iTunes for $1.99+.

    9. Bob's Burgers, "Flu-ouise" (Season 7, Episode 1)

    Fox

    "There’s something about the plot and the songs that I never get tired of. I always put it on if I can’t sleep at night or just to have it on in the background." —Cassie T.

    Watch it on Hulu with your subscription or on Amazon or iTunes for $1.99+.

    10. How I Met Your Mother, “Swarley” (Season 2, Episode 7)

    CBS

    "I've seen this episode probably 20 times, and it always makes me laugh hard enough to cry. It's one of the best episodes of the best show. HIMYM really has a way of packing so much into a 22 minute episode!" —kbo525

    Watch it on Hulu with your subscription or on Amazon or iTunes for $1.99+.

    11. This Is Us, "Pilot" (Season 1, Episode 1)

    NBC

    "The pilot for This Is Us is such a gorgeous stand-alone story that after I watched it (and cried), I immediately re-watched it with my husband (who cried even harder). After he watched it, we even planned a party with friends where we all just watched that first episode. Although I think this is a show no one should miss seeing, if you were to skip everything else and just watch the pilot, your heart would still be totally full. You'd have the same connection with the characters that you'd have if you watched every episode, because the character development is so strong immediately. The family's connection is incredible, and the episode has the kind of plot twists you usually see two seasons in, instead of twenty minutes. You absolutely fall in love with Jack and Rebecca's love, and if you're as much of a romantic as my husband, you won't stop talking about that episode for....ever." —Mallory Mower

    Watch it on Hulu with your subscription or on Amazon or iTunes for $1.99+.

    12. SpongeBob Squarepants, "The Graveyard Shift" (Season 2, Episode 16)

    Nickelodeon

    "'AND THE WALLS WILL OOZE GREEN SLIME! No wait... They always do that.'"

    echoacevedo

    This episode also includes several other classic SpongeBob lines, such as "The Hash-Slinging Slasher!" and "It'll be just like a sleepover! Except we'll be sweaty and covered in grease!"

    Watch it on iTunes for $1.99+ or on Amazon for $1.99+ (free with Prime).

    13. Teen Wolf, "Motel California" (Season 3, Episode 6)

    MTV

    "This episode is one of the greatest in the whole series! It’s a little bit dark, with the perfect balance of humor. The ending scene between Scott and Stiles gets me emotional every time! I could watch this episode forever and ever!" —Carolyn C.

    Watch it on iTunes for $1.99+ or on Amazon for $1.99+ (free with Prime).

    14. Parks and Recreation, "The Fight" (Season 3, Episode 13)

    NBC

    "I've probably seen this episode close to 100 times and still laugh out loud Every. Single. Time. Watching the crew get drunk is so funny, and it’s always the first episode I show people to get them hooked on the series!" —Haley O.

    Watch it on Netflix or Hulu with your subscription, on iTunes for $1.99+, or on Amazon for $1.99+ (free with Prime).

    15. Glee, "I Kissed a Girl" (Season 3, Episode 7)

    Fox

    "It's Santana’s coming out episode, and it’s so inspiring and heartbreaking. Her grandmother’s reaction makes me tear up every time. Naya Rivera’s portrayal is honest, real, and raw. Even years later, I watch it at least once a month." —Rylie L.

    Watch it on Netflix or Hulu with your subscription, on iTunes for $1.99+, or on Amazon for $1.99+ (free with Prime).

    16. Steven Universe, "Log Date 7 15 2" (Season 2, Episode 26)

    buzzfeed.com

    "This is the episode of television that always helps me out of a negative place. It’s about Peridot learning to accept the friendship and help of those around her. She also finds a new love for her own feel-good show, Camp Pining Hearts." —constantinehayes

    Watch it on Hulu with your subscription or on Amazon for $1.99+.

    17. Doctor Who, “The Eleventh Hour” (Season 5, Episode 1)

    BBC

    "It was such a powerful debut for Matt Smith as the Doctor, and it established some important themes early on that would be important throughout his time on the show."

    writergirl1029

    Watch it on iTunes for $1.99+ or on Amazon for $1.99+ (free with Prime).

    18. It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, "The Nightman Cometh" (Season 4, Episode 13)

    FX

    "Charlie takes control for once and screams his head off until everyone else performs his musical to his liking. I can't get enough! I know every word to the musical and in fact, just watched the episode again in the middle of writing this post! 'DAYMAN! AH-AH-AAHHH! HE'S THE MASTER OF KARATE AND FRIENDSHIP FOR EVERYONE!'"

    creamypuff

    Watch it on Hulu with your subscription or on Amazon or iTunes for $1.99+.

    19. The West Wing, "Celestial Navigation" (Season 1, Episode 15)

    NBC

    "It's a a huge favorite for me. It has Toby and Sam on a road trip, CJ's emergency root canal, Josh's subsequent disastrous press briefing, a cranky President Bartlet, Charlie having to wake up a cranky President Bartlet, and a very moving scene between Toby and Roberto Mendoza. It's a fantastic episode." —melanieaultd

    Watch it on Netflix with your subscription or on Amazon or iTunes for $1.99+.

    20. Gilmore Girls, "The Lorelais’ First Day at Yale" (Season 4, Episode 2)

    The CW

    "Although my mom didn’t stay the first night of college with me, it reminds me of when I moved into my college dorm room. I watch it every time it’s on TV."

    Sarah A.

    Watch it on Netflix with your subscription or on Amazon or iTunes for $1.99+.

    21. Supernatural, "The French Mistake" (Season 6, Episode 15)

    The CW

    "The Winchesters get stuck in a universe where their lives are a TV show, and they have to do their best to play along to figure out how to get back to their universe. So you have Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles pretending to be Sam and Dean pretending to be Jared and Jensen. It's very meta and full of jokes at the actors' expense. This is also the episode I show my friends when I try to turn them onto the show. I like to mislead them into thinking the show is more funny than soul-crushing."

    Claire W.

    Watch it on Netflix with your subscription or on Amazon or iTunes for $1.99+.

    22. Scandal, "Put a Ring On It" (Season 4, Episode 17)

    ABC

    “It’s the episode that finally explains the significance of the ring Fitz gave to Olivia, and that context makes scenes from other episodes much more interesting. The scene at the end coupled with a Stevie Wonder song brings me to tears." —raguellc

    Watch it on Netflix with your subscription or on Amazon or iTunes for $1.99+.

    23. The Walking Dead, "Guts" (Season 1, Episode 2)

    AMC

    "I know what's going to happen every time, but I'm still on the edge of my seat! My favorite scene is when Rick and Glenn walk through a horde of walkers with all the guts on them...ICONIC! That was the episode that cemented me as a TWD fan!"

    daniwalker1992

    Watch it on Netflix with your subscription or on Amazon or iTunes for $1.99+.

    24. The IT Crowd, "The Work Outing" (Season 2, Episode 1)

    Channel 4

    "When my brother and I go out and get drunk, we always put on that episode of The IT Crowd about "Gay! A Gay Musical" on the bus ride home. It's just the funniest, especially when you're drunk out of your mind. We always say we're gonna watch a different one, but we always end up watching this one and then doing a skit of almost every scene on the final walk back home." —anoukvanderz

    Watch it on Netflix or Hulu with your subscription or on Amazon or iTunes for $1.99+.

    25. Fraiser, "Daphne Returns" (Season 8, Episode 19)

    NBC

    "Daphne returns from fat camp and Niles just wants to consummate their relationship, but Daphne wants to talk about the therapy she received at camp. Frasier helps Niles to see that he could lose her if he can't accept all of her. It's so deep." —S

    Watch it on Netflix or Hulu with your subscription, on iTunes for $1.99+, or on Amazon for $1.99+ (free with Prime).

    26. The X-Files, "Bad Blood" (Season 5, Episode 12)

    Fox

    "With its Rashomon-esque storytelling device, vampires, Luke Wilson (with and without buckteeth), and Mulder singing the theme to Shaft, what's not to like? Best quote: 'I do it all for you, Mulder! You know I haven't eaten since six o'clock this morning, and that was half a cream cheese bagel. And it wasn't even real cream cheese, it was light cream cheese!'" —jamb17lyn

    Watch it on Hulu with your subscription or on Amazon or iTunes for $1.99+.

    27. How I Met Your Mother, "The Best Burger In New York" (Season 4, Episode 2)

    CBS

    "I don’t know why, but having them find the best burger in New York at the end of the episode is so satisfying to watch. Also the burger looks so damn good? —Lauren Q.

    Also, the concept of the "underpants radius" increasing as self-esteem decreases is pure gold.

    Watch it on Hulu with your subscription or on Amazon or iTunes for $1.99+.

    28. Buffy The Vampire Slayer, “Once More With Feeling” (Season 6, Episode 7)

    The WB

    "The songs are so catchy and fun but there's so much drama, too. The whole premise of a demon that makes people dance and sing to death is ridiculous, but it works so well. Definitely one of my favorite Buffy episodes ever." —Taylor L.

    Watch it on Hulu with your subscription or on Amazon or iTunes for $1.99+.

    29. Criminal Minds, "Lauren" (Season 6, Episode 18)

    CBS

    "Out of all 13 seasons and nearly 300 episodes, this is the one I watch over and over and over. It’s the climax of one of the best subplots on the show and it’s perfect. The episode focuses on Emily Prentiss (one of my favorite characters) and has the best team dynamic and the most memorable killer of the whole series. It’s one of the most intense episodes, and after taking you on a huge roller coaster of emotions, it has the most heartbreaking-then-shocking cliffhanger ending. It's the best episode of the entire show." —skailyr

    Watch it on Netflix with your subscription or on Amazon or iTunes for $1.99+.

    30. Over the Garden Wall, "Hard Times at the Huskin' Bee" (Season 1, Episode 2)

    Cartoon Network

    "Everyone should watch the entire mini-series, but this episode is my favorite. It's great for people like me, who wish every day was Halloween. It's charming, has some great laughs, and look how beautifully animated it is!!!!!! This screenshot was my Twitter banner last October. Watch the whole thing ok thanks." —bekoconnell

    Watch it on Hulu with your subscription or on Amazon or iTunes for $1.99+.

    31. The Office, "Stress Relief: Part 1" (Season 5, Episode 14)

    NBC

    "It's my favorite episode for a laugh. The fire drill is hilarious and the CPR training is ridiculously entertaining, especially when they start harmonizing to 'Staying Alive.' It has two of the best bits from The Office in one episode. It's amazing." —Shelby S.

    Watch it on Netflix with your subscription or on Amazon or iTunes for $1.99+.

    32. Andi Mack, "Hey, Who Wants Pizza?" (Season 2, Episode 1)

    Disney Channel

    "Cyrus tells Buffy that he's jealous of Jonah and Andi's relationship. Buffy asks him if he likes Andi, but he shakes his head and looks at her with a sad and guilty look. Buffy then realizes that he likes Jonah. I love this episode because it reminds me of my own experience not being able to come out." —jocelynrkennebrew

    Watch it on Amazon or iTunes for $1.99+.

    33. Outlander, "Dragonfly in Amber" (Season 2, Episode 13)

    Starz

    "I love the season two finale of Outlander, where Brianna learns who her father really is and Claire learns that Jamie is still alive. And it has the best freaking declaration of love EVER. Jamie talks about the sins he's committed and coming before God for his judgment: 'When I stand before God, I’ll have one thing to say to weigh before all the rest. Lord, ye gave me a rare woman and God, I loved her well.' I sob at that scene, just before she leaves him, every single time. I can't stop rewatching it." —A

    Watch it on Starz with your subscription, on iTunes for $1.99+, or on Amazon for $1.99+ (free with the Starz Prime channel).

    34. Dawson's Creek, "The Anti-Prom" (Season 3, Episode 22)

    The WB

    "It has the perfect amount of '00s teen angst and romance, and it cemented Pacey Witter as the man of my dreams forever." —Emma N.

    Watch it on Hulu with your subscription, on iTunes for $1.99+, or on Amazon for $0.99+ (free with Prime).

    35. Seinfeld, "The Hamptons" (Season 5, Episode 20)

    NBC

    "One word: shrinkage." —Emily R.

    It's an incredibly relatable episode for anyone who has ever been on an awkward group vacation, had a friend with a not-so-cute baby, or had their body react in a less-than-sexy way to jumping into a cold pool.

    Watch it on Hulu with your subscription or on Amazon or iTunes for $1.99+.

    36. 30 Rock, "Black Tie" (Season 1, Episode 12)

    NBC

    "It's so wacky and weird and Paul Reubens has some awesomely quotable lines. Plus, it contains a Jack Donaghy 'yo mama' joke so foul, it isn't allowed in syndication!"

    saraj7400

    Watch it on Hulu with your subscription or on Amazon or iTunes for $1.99+.

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    ABC

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