Halloween episodes are the best television episodes. Supervisors have permission to receive it strange, and many took advantage of it.
I love them so much that I always thought
Netflix and other streaming services should have playlists for the Halloween episode, but most of them don’t offer that kind of curation. (Disney Plus is the only streaming app I’ve seen that does anything like this.) So I thought I’d provide my selected playlist of the best Halloween episodes you can stream right now.
Sitcoms are usually the masters of this format, which is why this list is very sticky to sitcoms. They often have more freedom to set aside entertainment stories, complex episodes. But there are a few listing dramas, as well as similar children’s shows
Arthur. Some are ghosts, some are just idiots, and some are both.
Rock, “Mountain of Stone”
Photo: NBC 30 The rock Only Halloween episode that packs a lot of fun into its B-plot. When Jack and Liz travel to Stone Mountain, Georgia in search of a new member of the TGS broadcasters, Jenna tries to comfort the writers so that she will not be distracted by this new post. Frank, Lutz and Toofer used Jenna’s new friendship in an invitation to a gay halloween party, because that’s where everyone gay boys hot girls will be. Meanwhile, Tracy avoids all festivals because she doesn’t want to be the third celebrity to die in the “Rule of Threes” scenario.
Arthur, “Awesome Things”
Photo: PBS Children Study of Arthur The episode 4 episode of Halloween is about taking a lot of pranks
, as the boys and girls of third grade Mr. Ratburn split into groups and tried to scare the Halloween party. But it also introduces a family of real ghosts into the world of
Arthur , and that’s pretty good.
Bob’s Burgers, “Perfect Bars”
Most of Bob’s Burgers The classic Halloween episodes, but season 3 episode “Full Bars” is the best. The children go to the picturesque part of town, King’s Head Island, hoping to get some candy, but they stay up late and have to run away from a group of high school boys armed with pies full of pies. Back home, Teddy throws a Halloween party that turns into a whodunnit when his favorite pig turns dead.
Brooklyn 99, “HalloVeen”
Halloween Heist is Brooklyn 99 culture, but the fifth system is much better. As each member of the 99th council tries to prove that they are “the last great investigators,” heists are becoming increasingly broad and foolish. This episode has some roof-based approaches, a History of the Maid a flashmob, and a trained corgi, are all silly, but it ends with a fun suggestion when Amy wins the heist only to find that Jake has pulled out an art belt with an image like
Buffy the Vampire Slayer, “Halloween”
Apparently vampires and demons spend the night on Halloween (who knows?) But that doesn’t stop there Buffy the Vampire Slayer from all outings on Halloween. This time Buffy and his friends are cursed with their Halloween costumes: Willow turns into a ghost, Xander is a soldier, and Buffy loses his murderous powers and turns into an honorable 18th-century woman.
The community is known for its pop culture honors, and its season 2 episode of Halloween is one of the best. “Epidemiology” takes the form of a zombie outbreak by infecting students at Greendale Community College with the government’s “taco meat”.
Goosebumps, “Affected Trap”
Photo: 20th Television
The first favorite episode of beloved children is an anthology series based on RL Stine’s favorite books in two parts. Basically Mask children. An 11-year-old girl named Carly Beth buys a terrifying mask to scare her bullies, but she begins to cling to her face and take on her personality. Instead of dancing with a tango and Cameron Diaz, however, he often creates evil such as destroying Halloween decorations and scaring young children.
Happy Conclusions, “Bad Conclusions”
A crime-ridden sitcom Happy Ending and it happened to be a beautiful episode of Halloween in its second season. A married couple Brad (Damon Wayans Jr.) and Jane (Eliza Coupe) live in suburbs and are threatened by swindlers or managers if they run out of candy. Penny (Casey Wilson) and Max (Adam Pally) find that their mother and baby costumes greatly reduce their love of play. Alex (Elisha Cuthbert) made the mistake of claiming she was the drag queen. Dave (Zachary Knighton) is upset when everyone thinks his Austin Powers costume is Elton John’s outfit. It’s more fun than spooky, and much more funny.
It’s always sunny in Philadelphia, “Who’s Pregnant?”
The Always sunny The gang took full advantage of Kaitlin Olson’s real pregnancy with season 6 episode “Who Got Dee Pregnant?” Dee revealed her pregnancy and says one of the group got her pregnant at their last drunken Halloween party. They tried to put together nightclubs by going back, but they were all so drunk that no one could remember. As it turns out, Dee was lying and just wanted them to take care of her pregnancy. Of course, they did not, and it was not revealed until the end that Dee worked as a lawyer for Mac’s ex-girlfriend Carmen (Brittany Daniel) and her husband Nick (Windell Middlebrooks).
New Girl, “Keaton”
Photo: Fox In “Keaton,” Schmidt (Max Greenfield) revealed that he had been in an email relationship for years with Michael Keaton. But Nick (Jake Johnson) has a secret – he’s been pretending to be us
The beetle actor since college, taking over the reins from Schmidt’s mother. Schmidt also finds, instead of resisting him, he decides to write down to meet her, which led to Jess (Zooey Deschanel) dressing up as Batman and posing as Keaton.
Office, “Talking About”
Photo: NBC This could be a controversial choice, since recent times Office with the exception of Michael Scott (Steve Carell) it is generally considered a weakness. But “Spooked” is one of the strongest episodes in Robert California’s time, because James Spader seems to have been born to psychologically abuse Dunder-Mifflin Scranton’s staff.
Parks and Recreation, “The Wonders of Halloween”
Photo: NBC Parks and Rec is another sitcom produced by Michael Schur to end the Halloween episode with a fun suggestion. This time it was Ben Wyatt (Adam Scott) who nominated Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler) after getting a new job. The building with the Halloween themes going on is pretty fun, and Ron (Nick Offerman) is frustrated with the prospect of joining the family of Diane (Lucy Lawless), but eventually comes and takes his daughters to cheat or run the church after Halloween.
Simpson, “Vibration V V”
Simpsons of the year Treehouse of Horror an opportunity for program writers to find themselves overwhelmed by it. Each episode consists of three horror-themed episodes, most of them parodys, which are not part of the show’s catalog. It seems to be universally agreed, however, that the “Treehouse of Horror V” section and “The Shinning” are the best ‘series’. Parody of Light, Homer has been recognized as the custodian of the courts. Burns is also slowly getting mad after being deprived of his two favorite things: TV and beer.
Alien Things, “Cheat or Treat, Freak”
Photo: Netflix Any episode of Spooky Stranger Things is a great Halloween view, but the real Halloween episode comes from the second episode of season 2. Come and see the kids continue to fight the creatures from Upside Down, stay tuned for the hallmarks of halloween 80s, until be on file for Ghostbusters clothing and parties under youth.
Rock, “Mountain of Stone” Arthur, “Awesome Things” Bob’s Burgers, “Perfect Bars” Brooklyn 99, “HalloVeen” Buffy the Vampire Slayer, “Halloween” Public, “Epidemiology” Goosebumps, “Affected Trap” Happy Conclusions, “Bad Conclusions” It’s always sunny in Philadelphia, “Who’s Pregnant?” New Girl, “Keaton” Office, “Talking About” Parks and Recreation, “The Wonders of Halloween” Simpson, “Vibration V V” Alien Things, “Cheat or Treat, Freak”