"My Screw Up" - Scrubs (2001-10)

Fans are used to hearing Dr. Cox's numerous rants and insults on Scrubs, but in "My Screw Up," he takes a serious tone.

"You Only Move Twice" - The Simpsons (1989-)

Username on Reddit Because "You Only Live Twice" on The Simpsons "featured perhaps the greatest one-episode character of all time," Challenged enjoyed the episode.

"Goodbye, Farewell, Amen" - M*A*S*H (1972-83)

According to Redditor JinDenver, "this is the only episode that even remotely approaches an objective best-ever rating."

"Pine Barrens" - The Sopranos (1999-2007)

In this Sopranos episode, Tony Soprano's employees botch a regular collection to the point where they try (and fail) to murder the person they were supposed to do business with.

"Vincent And The Doctor" - Doctor Who (1963-)

With "Vincent and the Doctor," Matt Smith demonstrated why the Eleventh Doctor is one of the best iterations in Doctor Who.

"Who Goes There" - True Detective (2015-)

The first season of True Detective centres on an unsolved murder that sends the main characters into a criminal rabbit hole.

"The Rains of Castamere" - Game Of Thrones (2011-19)

In "The Rains of Castamere," the Red Wedding—a crucial Game of Thrones event—happens.

"Everyone's Waiting" - Six Feet Under (2001-05)

It's almost unheard of for the Six Feet Under series finale to be left off lists of the best television episodes ever made.

"Whenever You're Ready" - The Good Place (2016-20)

The afterlife is where characters in The Good Place spend time before they are ready to pass on.