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In Your Opinion, What Is The Best TV Monologue Ever?

The Newsroom and Fleabag have some of the greatest speeches ever.

There are a ton of memorable and brilliantly performed TV scenes out there.

Phoebe Waller Bridge as Fleabag talking to the Priest

And for me, some of the most impressive TV moments are when an actor gives a breathtaking monologue/speech.

Cristina from "Grey's Anatomy" talking about how wolves fought over Lexie's body after the plane crash

Perhaps you think the undisputed queen of TV monologues is none other than Viola Davis as Annalise Keating on How to Get Away with Murder — I mean, this speech at the Supreme Court is a thing of beauty.

Annalise arguing in front of the supreme court saying, "racism is built into the DNA of America" and civil rights has never been truly fulfilled

Maybe you can't stop thinking about all of Coach Taylor's rousing speeches on Friday Night Lights, especially when he rallied the Panthers during the state championship game.

Eric saying to his team that the game is not over and it is one more battle they have to win

Perhaps you're like me, and Theo's monologue about not feeling anything on The Haunting of Hill House is a scene you think about at least once a day because Kate Siegel is just THAT good.

Theo saying how after she touched Nell she couldn't feel anything and she tried to fill herself back up

Heck, maybe nothing is more iconic than Walter White's "I am the one who knocks" speech on Breaking Bad.

Walt explaining to Skyler that he's not in danger and he's "the one who knocks"

So tell us which TV monologue is the best of all time and WHY in the comments below, and you could be featured in a BuzzFeed Community post or video!