Scrubs' amazing Wizard of Oz episode included JD in ruby red shoes and Dr. Cox as The Great and Powerful Oz himself. Bonus Track: Somewhere Over the Rainbow as performed by Ted's real life acappella band The Blanks.
Fringe loves to get freaky. But the animated comic book episode took this drug tripping multiverse to a whole other level.
30 Rock's reality show parody 'Queen of Jordan' is so addicting, it's only a matter of time before Angie Jordan gets her own spin off.
Sam and Dean are thrown through a montage of TV parodies including a 90's sitcom, Grey's Anatomy, a Japanese Game Show, a herpes commercial and CSI: Miami in this hilarious episode of Supernatural.
Hush is probably one of the most famous episodes of Buffy ever made - because it's basically a silent film. With only 17 minutes of dialogue in the entire episode, the rest is just score, sound effects, and phenomenal acting.
Kyle's luscious flowing red locks during an 'impromptu' song and dance number is the cherry on top of this High School Musical episode of South Park.
The cardinal rule of Doctor Who? Always more of the Doctor. Which is why Blink makes the list as the only episode in the series that's virtually Doctor-less.
The Adventure Time episode where Fionna and Cake, Finn and Jake - Girl Version, debut has to be one of the most imaginative gender swapping episodes in TV history. Perhaps also, the only one. Bonus Track: Neil Patrick Harris stars as Prince Gumball and sings Fionna a love song.
Dollhouse never quite got off the ground, but Epitaph One and Two showed us how glorious a gritty, post-apocalyptic version of the show could have been.
And last but certainly not least, Community's infamous claymation episode features all your favorite characters in size extra-adorable. Take one look at BrittaBot and tell me you're not a little in love.