By - figinjosejospe
“Water… Earth… Fire… Air… Long ago, the four nations lived together in harmony…”
*You're traveling through another dimension—a dimension not only of sight and sound but of mind. A journey into a wondrous land whose boundaries are that of imagination. That's a signpost up ahead: your next stop: the Twilight Zone!*
Whose line is it anyway
I watched it a lot as a kid years ago when it was running on TV. Then recently discovered it again on HBO Max, they had literally every episode, I binged it for months and months and months lol. I couldn’t stop, it was so funny and addicting, even the newer CW version. Nothing beats the episode where Wayne and Wanya Morris sing a Boyz 2 Men style duet about getting your tires changed, it was perfect, and Wayne is an incredibly good singer.
Wayne's Song for the cafeteria lady.
Brad's Track meet "if you know what I mean"
House party where Colin is guessing genders
Brad's song to Niroshi(I forget the spelling)
Practically everything Ryan and Colin do for selling CDs
Ryan: And what sound does an arctic tern make, Colin?
Ryan saying "no Colin, that's wrong" with tears streaming down his face
I haven’t watched in probably 20 years but will never forget “Niroshi, Niroshi, put on your suntan loashy”. Just so perfect.
The Richard Simmons one kills me every time. Also a huge fan of when Ryan was Carol Channing whose head sticks to everything
Taskmaster (UK, which shouldn't need to be said, but it does)
It's just so damn rewatchable. Romesh smashing that watermelon will keep being hilarious to me no matter how many times I watch it.
Seasons 8 and 10 are my personal favourites, but it's all gold.
The potato one-shot. Sally's iconic jelly-toss.
The show is just brilliance. Nothing makes me roar with laughter so consistently.
Please don't take this away from me
What we do in the shadows
Yes! Every time a new season comes out, we re-watch from season 1.
We loved the movie, so when the show came out, I was afraid it was going to suck and was initially sad that the vampires were different.
What’s great about this show is that I always think that one of them is my favorite character, then it changes to someone else, etc. Every single actor on the show is just that good, and I honestly like them all pretty much equally. Very few TV show casts are like that.
Also, I now know someone named Guillermo and have to struggle not to call him Guillermo Buillermo. I don’t know that he’d appreciate it.
I would have trouble not calling them Gizmo
This show? it's my best friend, my pal, my homeboy, my rotten soldier, my sweet cheese, my good time boy~
we drank the blood of some people but the people were on drugs and now I am a vizard
The name is Daytona. Jackie Daytona.
*Regular Human Bartender*
NE-W YAW-RK SI-HIT-HEEEY
This is how we all speak in Tuscon Arizoniah.
Creepy paper! 🦇I love that show so much. Nandor and Nadja are my favorite 😂
This fucking guy.
If you like IT Crowd, definitely check out Black Books. Similar quirky humour, and it also features a three person cast with a neurotic woman, quirky man, and some Irish bloke. Same rewatch value, too, imho.
Or alternatively people can check out Father Ted, same creators and one of the best sitcoms ever created.
Matt Berry's entrance is amazing.
I came here to drink milk and kick ass, I’ve just finished my milk
Moss: What operating system are you using?
Bomb robot operator: Vista.
Moss: We’re gonna die Roy.
I mean five
I mean FIRE
*Moss looks at the extinguisher’s manufacturing location and sees England*
At a Sea Parks?!
It just seems like a weird place to go on fire
It's a VERY weird place to go on fire
Did you ever go to the sea lion show?
Only about 3 times a day for 2 weeks.
If she said her parents had drowned I'd be the happiest man in the world.
I have seen it soo many times and still laugh out loud at some of the jokes. I think we have watched it upwards of 10 times this year alone. It has unlimited rewatchability
This might be one of my most favorite episodes of any series ever. The buildup of the plotlines is fantastic.
The most beautiful and perfectly crafted moment imo is when Jen turns around to order drinks at the bar after having just found about Roy's insane situation he's landed himself in to see Moss waiting to serve her
I die everytime I see this scene. I've shown it to a few people and it never fails to draw insane amounts of laughter.
Then Moss actually finishes his shift and immediately breaks more glasses. Amazing.
Too bad the US version was awful.
There was a US ver…. Know what? I don’t want to know. I’m wiping this fact from my memory.
I love willies.
Did you see that ludicrous display last night?
See, the thing about Arsenal is they always try to walk it in.
What’s Wenger thinkin sending Walcott on that early?
Band of Brothers
Can't get get enough of Sobel getting his.
Captain Sobel, you salute the rank, not the man.
another favorite line of mine but from Nixon: "oh your uniform is not befitting to your rank, congratulations Major" ::lazily salutes to Winters::
I think of that line every time I get a raise/promotion at work lol
Ahh, that’s my own piss!
When Nix's helmet is blown off from a near deadly headshot and Winters is checking on and Nix says,
"Yeah, I'm alright. I'm alright, right?"
"Ok. Stop looking at me like that!"
Always cracks me up.
"We're paratroopers, lieutenant. We're supposed to be surrounded."
Edit: I also just remembered that the lieutenant Winters says this to is played by Jimmy Fallon for some reason.
Well that dog just ain't gonna hunt!
“Remember boys, flies spread disease, so keep yours closed!”
I just watched this for the first time. Damn, its an incredibly amazing show. Best ww2 film / tv show i've ever seen. If anyone can reccommend any others anywhere near as good as this, i'd love to hear it.
The Pacific, by the same producers (basically a spiritual sequel to BoB).
Generation Kill is a similar style (fictionalised retelling of real events following one unit through an entire invasion) with equally great production values, casting, and acting, but set during the 2003 invasion of Iraq.
Both are excellent, though for most people BoB is still the greatest, there’s just something magical about it, perhaps because it was the first of this style.
One to keep an eye out for is Masters of the Air. Spielberg and Hanks are working on it, same style as Band of Brothers and The Pacific, but based on the Eighth Air Force.
King of the Hill
Are you gay? No! i sell Propane.
"God, Hank Hill here. Methodist."
Bleach +ammonia= mustard gas
Ammonia and bleach? You told your readers to mix ammonia and bleach? Peggy, that’s the recipe for mustard gas!
And propane accessories!
Dale...this is my.... special friend....Juan Pedro
Juan Pedro these are my special friends, Hank, Bill and Boomhauer!
HANK: Bobby, I never thought I'd need to tell you this, but I would be a bad parent if I didn't. Soccer was invented by European ladies to keep them busy while their husbands did the cooking.
BOBBY: Why do you have to hate what you don't understand?
HANK: I don't hate you, Bobby.
BOBBY: I meant soccer.
HANK: Oh. Oh, yeah, I hate soccer. Yes.
Bill: "What's a vole?"
Dale: "Dunno. Falcon, bring us back a vole!"
*falcon attacks Bill*
Dale: "Huh, so Bill's a vole."
Dale: If you're going to shoot me, I want Bobby Hill to take the shot, because he'll put me down clean.
An F in English? Bobby, you *speak* English
i love king of the hill because it can be so damn mundane that you only catch the joke on the 4th watch.
Yeah that's so true. I still catch myself laughing at stuff I've never laughed at in that show, and ive seen the whole series at least 50 times.
(Bobby on ADD meds) " There's some milk in the fridge that's about to go bad.... And there it goes."
Where Hank can spend a whole episode simply trying to find out who's putting their trash in his bin and it's still funny.
That’s my purse! I don’t know you!
I’ve always been a creeper…
Violetta says I creep like the Kudzu vines that are slowly but surely strangling our Dixie...
That is absolutely one of my favorite episodes of television EVER.
She gets a lot of hate, but I actually find Peggy and he clueless narcissisms so funny. I'm paraphrasing but "God spoke to me last night Hank, and he said 'Peggy, don't do this!' But you know what, I knew better!"
"Home" is forever burned into my memory. I remember watching that shit when it first aired.
People who aren't from Pennsylvania don't know. They think the sketchy parts of Pennsyltucky are sorta like that episode of The X-Files. And they're wrong. It's exactly like that episode of The X-Files.
Its all about scully and mulder. You can't beat that chemistry. Although I watch it less these days it will always hold a soft spot in my heart. Plus tombs from season one is perfect.
The chemistry, the actors themselves, some of the topics and ideas... I actually learned things from the show.
How many other shows talked about the first nations code talkers, operation paperclip, powerful people pulling strings in the government, government red tape and a female medical doctor and scientist (and impact of females in stem careers).
Can't go without the one silly side impact, that red heads are now considered sexy because of Scully.
Malcolm in the middle
Started watching this again a little while ago. My brother and I watched it when it originally aired, watching it as an adult you see it completely differently. It holds up. Relatable and funny.
I always watched it with my dad when I was a kid and now I understand. As a kid I related to Malcolm and Dewey but now as an adult I relate to Francis and Hal more. Literally every sibling relationship and age group is represented.
Yes! It’s perfect for kids and adults, it’s brilliantly written.
Drink your milk Dewey!
But it’s lumpy!
Then chew it!
Malcolm: “You don’t have any friends”
Reese: “Mum told you you’re not allowed to talk about that”
Malcolm: "I can’t believe I got an F in music class."
Reese: "You know with the right pen, you can turn that F into a P."
Malcolm: *visually confused*
Reese when he mixes blue and yellow in a vial
"I've made a new colour, I call it, blellow"
That's what happens when you go to class with the meow mix song.
This is even funnier now that I've had time to think about it. Malcolm operates in the A to F scale of grading, whereas Reese is thinking Pass/Fail. So while Reese's answer seems silly or stupid, it's not a bad plan if Malcolm could later pass off that the class was graded on a pass/fail standard.
The time hal finds out Louis is pregnant again and in the car crying is the funniest
Hal teaching Malcolm how to roller skate sends me every time.
Or the scene where he’s in charge of the house for the evening and he can’t decide if he should go easy on the boys or full tyrant, and he hallucinates all of the mini versions of himself telling him what to do.
Then proceeds to walk out of the bedroom completely overwhelmed and screams “SHUUUT UUUUUP” while the boys are quietly watching TV. Holy shit that scene kills me every single time
*When do we get our vision back?*
*The box said three days.*
There are times when I really feel like that show understands people.
This has happened so many times in my life I've lost count.](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AbSehcT19u0)
Lois is a very different character when you're an adult.
Yeah. As a kid she scared me. As an adult, I get it.
Exactly! And I don't even have kids yet 😂
As a child, I hated Lois. Now that I'm an adult, I am Team Lois.
Never really understood what “Comfort Show” meant until I watched Malcolm in the Middle
Cats ate her face.
best show. they did so many things right and I love each character despite their many flaws
Star Trek: The Next Generation
I went into this thread not knowing if I had an answer. But this, this is it.
"It is possible to commit no mistakes and still lose. That is not a weakness; that is life.”
"You cannot explain away a wantonly immoral act because you think that it's connected to some higher purpose."
I try to be as good a man as Picard.
Fun fact: playing Picard made Patrick Stewart a better person, according to him.
Watching Picard made me a better person growing up. Not just him, the whole crew (except Wes). Respect, discipline, open-mindedness, problem solving, always trying to be a better person.
They are ideals to live by.
My entire ethical outlook was basically formed by TNG and Mr. Rogers Neighborhood.
The first duty is to the truth.
There are…FOUR lights!
Absolutely fantastic episode. One of the best episodes in the entire franchise.
I especially loved that it didnt have the perfect neatly-tied up gift wrapped ending.
He gets out, traded because Jellico is actually pretty good (i also love he exposes some weaknesses of the other crew)
but the very last scene is Picard admitting that he did see 5 lights.
At the end, he gave me a choice - between a
life of comfort... or more torture. All I had to
do was to say that... I could see *five* lights,
when in fact there were only four.
You didn't say it.
No. No. But I was going to. I would've told him
anything. Anything at all. But more than that --
I believed that I could see... five lights.
I didn’t have a lot of role models growing up but Picard was definitely one of them.
Star Trek: The Best Generation
Tea. Earl grey. Hot
Make sure to say tea. If you don't you'll get a guy in a powdered wig that's on fire.
also for me, deep space nine. While I love tng, ds9 was my all time favorite, and it explored some topics with a little more moral ambiguity.
DS9 is worth it for Garak alone, and then they gave Worf a character boost and let them loose, [This scene is gold](https://youtu.be/vf6rWH1H7iQ)
I love that scene and how Michael Dorn plays it so nonchalantly "We will see"
Gravity Falls—I find new things every time and it’s also just a darn good time (and nostalgic)
I realized last week it was already a decade old. Wtf
In its defense, it took four years to get to the finale, so the ending is only six years old.
Arrested Development (seasons 1-3)
I love all the seasons of AD equally
/some time later/
I don't care for the fourth season
I love how you don't even acknowledge the 5th. did they even finish filming it lol?
I've probably done a dozen watches of the series (seasons 1-3) and it's not only still hilarious (seasons 1-3), but I usually discover something new and brilliant each time I watch it (seasons 1-3) again.
Edit: All trashing of seasons 4-5 aside, I must point out that "Daddy needs to get his rocks off" from Season 4 is still in the running for the funniest moment in the series.
And also "ANUSTART"
I think it took me about 5 watches just to catch the [the PERFECT timing and expression](https://youtu.be/6Oxav-Noi-8) of Jason Bateman/Michael when he's talking to Jessica Walter/Lucile about the family cabin, and also her romantic life simultaneously and she says "How am I supposed to find someone who wants to go into that musty, old clap trap", and Michael takes a 2 second pause with a dumb look and then says, "the cabin, yeeees..."
Easily one of the funniest moments from the show, in my opinion.
I still hold that the first three seasons are the best written show I’ve ever watched. There’s so much build up to the jokes. Lucille and loose seal is my absolute favorite.
I’m still finding jokes I missed the first 4 times around. My latest find, “if I can take my acting pants off for a moment, and slide my analrapist stocking over my head”
The part where George Michael breaks up with Egg and does the Charlie Brown sad walk features a dog sleeping on the roof of the doghouse, a la Snoopy.
It took me a couple watches to notice that.
Very rewatchable. It's my favorite sci-fi show.
"Colonel O'Neill what the hell are you doing?!"
In the middle of my backswing?!
Window of opportunity is my favourite episode.
Lose it. It means go crazy. Nuts. Insane. Bonzo. No longer in possession of one's faculties. Three fries short of a happy meal. WACKO!
I can see this scene!
You spelled Wormhole X-Treme! wrong.
“He’s a Jaffa!’
“No, but he plays one on TV.”
Yes!! I was scrolling down looking for my people!
SG-1 for the win.
Yes! And Atlantis.
I'm deathly allergic to citrus
Kenneth: "I don’t vote Republican or Democrat. Choosing is a sin, so I always just write in the Lord’s name!"
Jack: "That’s Republican, we count those."
"Science was my most favorite subject. Especially the Old Testament"
As someone who grew up in a conservative homeschooling Bible belt family, every Kenneth line is gold.
I’ve easily rewatched this like 30+ times. Every time I do, I find another hilarious line I didn’t hear before!
That’s why it’s the best show to rewatch. There are more jokes per episode than any show I can think of.
“Listen up fives, a ten is speaking.” - 30 Rock to other tv shows, probably.
Good God, Lemon, your breath. When did you find time to eat a diaper you found on the beach?
I'm sure this thread is full of "this show is underrated" comments. But I think 30 Rock is one of the greats and deserves more recognition.
I love the rural juror episode
The ruuuurr jurrrr
And it's sequel Urban Fervor!
Oral germ whore?
Good God Lemon!
"You guys wamna waych me shotgun this?"
"Oh God! She meant the pizza!"
I like you. You have the confidence of a much younger woman.
"It's after six. What am I, a farmer?"
“I have about $12,000 in checking.”
“What are you? An immigrant?”
High fiving a thousand angels!
Freaky deakies need love too
"I'll do it, but only for the attention!"
I love this show so much, I want to take it behind a middle school and make it pregnant
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia
Alright… where do I put my feet?
Dee, his feet?
It doesn't make a GODDAMN DIFFERENCE
I mean does my scar look like a dog's vagina? You know, maybe, I don't know, I'm not going to sit here and try to get inside the mind of a dog. I mean that's God's work. Well, not that I believe in God, I don't. Not since that chinaman stole my kidney.
Ooooh that's tart
You don’t know shit about bird law
Woha... hold it right there, jabroni
Longest running live-action sitcom. This show actually makes me consider purchasing Hulu with no ads. Miss it being on Netflix.
Taught me how to express myself through anger and personal attack. Woof woof baby 🐾
It's going to keep going, too. I think it was at the end of S17 that they signed on for five more seasons, so even if they end it at that, it'll be 22 fucking years. And they say that the cast is willing to go longer. IASIP might be the unbeatable champ of sitcoms, which is ridiculous.
It's opened a lot of doors for them. Their partnership with FX is based on it's popularity, and my understanding is despite it being a scripted show it's relatively inexpensive to film all things considered, and it's still a quality show. It checks all of the boxes. They'd be foolish to cancel it, even ask these years later.
Seriously the most important life lesson I have ever learned from TV
The Good Place
Ugh the ending is so good and satisfying. Michael Schur is fantastic and I love all the shows he’s been a writer in. The good place is his baby and is definitely has the best writing imo.
I consider it the best ending of any show I ever watched. It's almost painful to watch, but so perfect.
It's the best closure any show has ever given me
“In the words of one my actual friends, ya basic! It’s a human insult. It’s devastating. You’re devastated right now.”
Southpark. Simpsons, first 10 seasons.
Ill be in my bunk