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  1. How are they gonna put the office stress relief on here, yet it wasn’t even the top one in their top 10 office episodes list.

  2. “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine” – “In the Pale Moonlight.”

    “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” – “The Body.”

  3. “Too Far Gone,” “No Sanctuary,” or “Days Gone By” at least deserve an honorable mention.

  4. I actually was watching that episode of M*A*S*H earlier today that was on the list
    “It spun in. There were no survivors.” One of the best TV lines ever

  5. For me personally, the best TV episode I have ever seen was “The Ladder”, from The Terror. It was such a crucial turning point for the show, and it was absolutely perfect in every way – writing, acting, visual effects, music, literally everything is brilliant. Masterpiece. Everybody should see that episode. Also, another underrated TV episode: “Home” from the second season of The Expanse. Suspenseful from beginning to end, and it plays with your emotions really well. WATCH THE EXPANSE, GUYS.

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