TV's 20 Best Musical Episodes, Ranked (Plus the One Absolute Worst)https://t.co/IbpBT1VuS1— TVLine.com (@TVLine) October 4, 2020
10. Fringe: “Brown Betty” (Season 2, Episode 20)
Walter consoles himself by smoking a strain of marijuana called "Brown Betty." Most of the episode is then told from his drug-addled perspective, in which Olivia is a 1940s noir detective and Peter is a conman who ran away with Walter's glass heart.
9. Futurama: “The Devil’s Hands Are Idle Playthings” (Season 4, Episode 18)
Fry's desire to master the holophonor (so he can impress Leela) leads him to make a deal with the Robot Devil, this triggers a series of unfortunate events. All of this leads to a weird opera chronicling Leela’s past… as well as her future with Fry.
5. Scrubs: “My Musical” (Season 6, Episode 6)
A patient at Sacred Heart has a condition that where she starts hearing everyone's speech as singing. This Emmy Award-winning episode had music from the likes of Jeff Marx (Avenue Q) and Robert Lopez (The Book of Mormon, Frozen).
3. The Simpsons: “Simpsoncalifragilisticexpiala(Annoyed Grunt)cious” (Season 8, Episode 13)
Remembered fondly as one of the series’ finest, this episode introduces Sharry Bobbins, a delightful British nanny who — after spending just a few days with the Simpson family — is driven to alcoholism.
1. Buffy the Vampire Slayer: “Once More, With Feeling” (Season 6, Episode 7)
Nearly every song in this hour-long masterpiece is an earworm, courtesy of series creator Joss Whedon, and performed flawlessly — or at least with a lot of enthusiasm — by the cast.
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