favorite episode of your favorite show.

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  1. Noble1skull

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    Simple, as most of my threads turn out to be. Now, I do believe the episode of the office (US ver.) "Goodbye, Michael". This episode is a culmination of so much emotions and memories and special moments, and it all released in a wave of happy tears and sadness. And, it marks the first major drop in quality for most of the shows key aspects. So, it was just an overall very vital and important episode.

    Alright, now please explain your favorite episode of your favorite show. GO!
     
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    "The Silence", The Twilight Zone (original)
    My favorite episode of my favorite show is a weird one for me because it has none of the sci-fi or supernatural trappings that are part of most every other episode of the show (barring perhaps a few leaps in logic and credibility here and there, but fortunately they're minor enough not to hurt the whole thing) - it's basically just about these two guys and a really strange bet between the two of them. I like how Rod Serling twists the knife early on (and you can tell he wrote this one just by the extravagant-yet-highly-acidic dialogue) by turning the character you're supposed to find immediately annoying into the more sympathetic one, while making the character we're ostensibly supposed to start out sympathizing with into a pompous ^$$ without either shift in development feeling at all off. Also, Jonathan Harris is quite good in this as the only one of the three main characters who invariably turns out to have any sense.
     
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