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We've seen almost all Friends episodes called "The One with" and we've seen all James Bond and Star Trek movies and Doctor Who episodes get called that on this very wiki.

Just for Fun, here's a list of media referred to as "The One with".


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  • Carl Barks' Disney Ducks Comic Universe stories:
    • "Christmas on Bear Mountain": The one with Scrooge's first appearance.
    • "Wintertime Wager": The one with Gladstone's first appearance.
    • "The Old Castle's Secret": The one with Castle McDuck.
    • "Sheriff of Bullet Valley": The one where Donald becomes a sheriff.
    • "Lost in the Andes!": The one with the cube-shaped eggs.
    • "The Sunken Yacht": The one where the Ducks raise a yacht by pumping it full of foam balls.
    • "Voodoo Hoodoo": The one with Bombie the Zombie.
    • "Luck of the North": The one where Donald tricks Gladstone into going to Alaska.
    • "Vacation Time": The one where Donald saves his nephews from a forest fire.
    • "The Magic Hourglass": The one where Scrooge has Donald tortured for the titular hourglass.
    • "A Financial Fable": The one with the oldest version of the Money Bin.
    • "A Christmas For Shacktown": The one where Scrooge's money falls in a giant hole.
    • "Only a Poor Old Man": The one where Scrooge swims in his money for the first time.
    • "Gladstone's Terrible Secret": The one with Gyro's first appearance.
    • "The Golden Helmet": The one with the helmet that makes you the King of North America.
    • "Back to the Klondike": The one with Goldie O'Gilt.
    • "The Secret of Atlantis": The one with the 1916 quarter.
    • "Tralla La": The one with the bottle caps.
    • "The Second-Richest Duck": The one with Scrooge and Flintheart Glomgold's first fight.
    • "North of the Yukon": The one with the sled dog and polar bear.

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  • Home Sick (NoonboryKedabory): The one where Disco Kid kissed Aran Ryan.
  • Junior Officers:
    • "The Swell Shark": The one where Shellington has had enough.
    • "Even the Best Fall Down Sometimes": The one where Barnacles yells at Deborah.
    • "The Clownfish": The one with all the puns.
    • "Happy Birthday, Deborah": The one with all the Barbie references.
  • Ma Fille: The one where Glass Joe has a daughter.
    • "Field Trip": The one with Dragon.
    • "Sick Day": The one with the flu.
    • "Best Friends?": The one where Claire is a bitch.
    • "Old-New Guy": The one with Aran Ryan.
    • "Babysitting Miss Daisy": The one with the Shrek reference.
  • Mall Rats: The one where Leni is cool.
  • My Immortal: The one with the whiny goths and the profane Dumbledore.
  • Peeking Through the Fourth Wall:
    • Episode 4: The one with the umbrella building.
    • Episode 34: The one where Lily wants cake.
  • Pound and Pumpkin Cake's Adventures (and Misadventures) in Potty Training:
    • "Potty Training, Pinkie Pie Style": The infamous one with Pinkie in Goo Goo Getup.
    • "The 'Joy' of Flushing": The one with the spanking.
    • "To Snatch a Potty": The one with the "potty snatcher".
    • "Down the Hoooooooole!": The one where the twins flush themselves.
    • "The Exploding Diaper": The one with the helium.
  • Queens of Mewni:
    • Urania the First One: The one who founded the kingdom.
    • Solena the Smitten: The ballerina.
    • Estelaria the First Star: The one with stars in her hair.
    • Hemera the Builder: The one who built the castle.
    • Cosmica the Explorer: The one who explored the dimensions.
    • Polaria the Navigator: The one who explored the seas.
    • Crescenta the Eager: The one who cheated on her husband.
    • Febe the Red One: The one who wore a lot of red.
    • Festivia the Fun: The one who partied a lot.
    • Asteria the Mother of Stars: The one who got teen pregnant.
    • Etheria the Knight: The one who wrote Etheria's Code.
    • Skywynne the Queen of Hours: The one with the time spells.
    • Soupina the Strange: The one who made healing soup.
    • Galaxia the Clairvoyant: The one who saw into the future.
    • Venus the Fairest: The one who had a lot of sex.
    • Helia the Light of Power: The really powerful one.
    • Celestia the Queen of Winter: The one who caused an endless winter.
    • Meteora the Relentless: the one who killed a lot of monsters.
    • Hekatia the Necromancer: The one who raised the dead.
    • Eclipsa the Queen of Darkness: The one who ran away to be with a monster.
    • Luna the Child: The one who was crowned queen as a child.
    • Heaven the Scared: The one who got lost in the woods as a kid.
    • Vesper the Morning Star: The one who ended the Dark Age.
    • Solaria the Monster Carver: The one who fought criminals.
    • Hesperia the Singer of Dusk: The musician.
    • Sideria the Fortunate: The one Born Lucky.
    • Celena the Shy: The secretive one.
    • Diana the Huntress: The one who went hunting in the woods.
    • Sky the Weaver: The one who made the tapestries.
    • Comet the Chef: The one who adopted Moon.
    • Moon the Undaunted: The one who shot off Toffee's finger.
    • Star the Rebel: The one who the show is about.
    • Aurora the Queen of Dawn: The one who's half human.
  • Rise of the Save-Ums:
    • "The Exposition": The one with the high school.
    • "The First Mission": The one with the volcano eruption.
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  • Diary of a Wimpy Kid:
    • "Rodrick Rules": The one with the secret.
    • "Dog Days": The one with the bad summer vacation and the dog.
    • "The Ugly Truth": The one where Greg anticipates puberty.
    • "Hard Luck": The one about Easter.
    • "The Long Haul": The one with the pig and the road trip.
    • "The Third Wheel": The one about love and chicken pox.
  • Discworld:
  • Harry Potter:
    • "The Philosopher's Stone": The one with Professor Quirrell.
    • "The Chamber of Secrets": The one with the Basilisk.
    • "The Prisoner of Azkaban": The one with the Dementors.
    • "The Goblet of Fire": The one where Voldemort comes back.
    • "The Order of the Phoenix": The one with Umbridge.
    • "The Half-Blood Prince": The one where Dumbledore dies.
    • "The Deathly Hallows": The last one.
  • Mog:
    • "Mog the Forgetful Cat": The one with the burglar.
    • "Mog and the V.E.T.": The one with the splinter.
    • "Mog's Bad Thing": The one with the cat pee.
    • "Mog and the Granny": The one where Mog has Psychic Powers.
    • "Mog's Amazing Birthday Caper": The one where Mog has a weird dream.
    • "Mog on Fox Night": The one with the foxes.
  • The Moomins:
    • "Moomins and the Great Flood": The one with Early-Installment Weirdness.
    • "Comet In Moominland": The one with the comet.
    • "Finn Family Moomintroll": The one with the Hobgoblin.
    • "Moominpappa's Memoirs": The one with Hodgekins, the Muddler and the Joxter.
    • "A Book About Moomin, Mymble and Little My": The one with the holes.
    • "Moominsummer Madness": The one where Snufkin vandalizes a park.
    • "Moominland Midwinter": The one with Lady of the Cold.
    • "Who Will Comfort Toffle?": The one with Toffle.
    • "Tales from Moominvalley": The one with Ninny.
    • "Moominpappa at the Sea": The one with the lighthouse.
    • "Moominvalley in November": The one without the Moomins.
    • "The Dangerous Journey": The one with the cool illustrations.
    • "An Unwanted Guest": The one with photos instead of illustrations.
    • Adaptations:
      • Moomin (1969) The one with the guns and violence.
      • Moomintroll (1969) The one where the actors take their costumes off on screen.
      • Shlyapa Volshebnika: The one with Duck-Lips Snufkin.
      • Moomin (1990) The one with Alice.
      • Comet in Moominland (1992) The one with Snoofkin.
      • Moomins and the Comet Chase: The one with the Björk song.
      • Moominvalley: The one where Moomintroll and Snufkin are the most gay.
  • Old Yeller: The one where the dog dies.
  • Perfectly Princess:
    • "Pink Princess Rules the School": The one with the Girls vs. Boys Plot.
    • "Orange Princess Has a Ball": The one with the dress.
    • "Blue Princess Takes the Stage": The one with the witch.
  • Rainbow Magic:
    • The Rainbow Fairies: The one that actually matches the title.
      • "Fern the Green Fairy": The one with the squirrel.
      • "Sky the Blue Fairy": The one where someone almost died.
      • "Izzy the Indigo Fairy": The Candyland one.
    • The Weather Fairies: The one with the rooster.
      • "Pearl the Cloud Fairy": The one where Rachel was stuffed into a cloud.
      • "Goldie the Sunshine Fairy": The one with the popcorn.
      • "Hayley the Rain Fairy": The one with the flood.
    • The Party Fairies: The one that took forever to reach North America.
      • "Honey the Sweet Fairy": The one with the candy store.
    • The Jewel Fairies: The one with the magic lore.
      • "Scarlett the Garnet Fairy": The one with the chestnuts.
      • "Emily the Emerald Fairy": The one with the toy store.
      • "Sophie the Sapphire Fairy": The one with the fountain.
      • "Lucy the Diamond Fairy": The one with the Beatles reference.
    • The Pet Keeper Fairies: The one with the cute animals.
      • "Bella the Bunny Fairy": The one with the birthday party.
    • Special Editions: The ones that are extra long.
      • "Kylie the Carnival Fairy": The one with the mirror house.
      • "Selena the Sleepover Fairy": The one with the museum.
  • Ramona Quimby:
    • "Beezus and Ramona": The one where her older sister is the protagonist.
    • "Ramona the Pest": The one where Ramona starts school.
    • "Ramona the Brave": The one where Ramona gets paranoid at night.
    • "Ramona and Her Father": The one with the Jobless Parent Drama.
    • "Ramona and Her Mother": The one with the toothpaste cake.
    • "Ramona Quimby, Age 8": The one where Ramona throws up at school.
    • "Ramona Forever": The one with the wedding.
    • "Ramona's World": The one with Daisy.
  • Redwall
    • "Redwall": The one with Matthias.
    • "Mossflower": The one with the wildcat warlord.
    • "Mattimeo": The one where the son of that fox healer character from the first one kidnaps the children.
    • "Mariel of Redwall": The one with the girl protagonist.
    • "Salamandastron": The one with the badger lord.
    • "Martin the Warrior": The one with Martin's backstory.
  • Warrior Cats:
    • "Into the Wild": The one where Rusty becomes Firepaw.
    • "Forest of Secrets": The one where Silverstream dies.
    • "Firestar's Quest": The one with SkyClan.
    • "Moth Flight's Vision": The one that explains the history behind medicine cats.

    Live-Action TV 
  • The Addams Family:
    • "Lurch and His Harpsichord": The one where Lurch is sad.
    • "Cousin Itt and the Vocational Counsellor": The one with the lovers' quarrel.
    • "Cat Addams": The one with the vet.
    • "Christmas with the Addams Family": The one where all the adults dress as Santa Claus.
  • The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air:
    • "Mistaken Identity": The one where Will and Carlton are arrested by a racist cop.
    • "Kiss My Butler": The one where Geoffrey knows the forbidden dance.
    • "Banks Shot": The one where Phil out-hustles a pool hustler.
    • "Did the Earth Move for You?" The one with the earthquake.
    • "Striptease for Two": The one where Will and Carlton become exotic dancers.
    • "Boyz in the Woods": The one where Carlton feels sorry for the Trix Rabbit.
    • "A Night at the Oprah": The one where Will remixes Phil's campaign video for Superior Court judge.
    • "Winner Takes Off": The one where Geoffrey quits.
    • "Home is Where the Heart Attack Is": The one where Phil daydreams about a turkey dinner with "pillowy mounds of mashed potatoes".
    • "Blood is Thicker Than Mud": The one where Carlton gets called a Sell-Out.
    • "Papa's Got a Brand New Excuse": The one with Will's deadbeat dad.
    • "Same Game, Next Season": The one where Will breaks the fourth wall...and the ceiling.
  • The Golden Girls
  • Happy Days:
    • "The Muckrakers": The one with the liver.
    • "Fearless Fonzarelli": The one with the dangerous stunt.
    • "Fonzie's Old Lady": The one with the Age-Gap Romance.
    • "The Cunningham Caper": The one with the Asian flu and the burglar.
    • "Hollywood, Part 3": The one where Fonzie jumps over a shark.
  • Laverne & Shirley:
    • "The Slow Child": The one with the disabled young woman.
    • "One Flew Over Milwaukee": The one with the canaries.
    • "Why Did the Fireman?": The Unexpectedly Dark Episode where the fireman dies.
  • LazyTown:
    • "Welcome to LazyTown": The one where Stephanie moves to LazyTown.
    • "Defeeted": The one with the remote control shoes.
    • "Crystal Caper": The one where Stingy runs over Sportacus.
    • "Sleepless in LazyTown": The one with the noisy baseball.
    • "Swiped Sweets": The one with "Cooking by the Book".
    • "Rottenbeard": The one with "You Are a Pirate".
    • "The Laziest Town": The one where Robbie accidentally saves the town.
    • "Dear Diary": The one with the first use of "The Mine Song".
    • "LazyTown's New Superhero": The one with Robo-Dog.
    • "Birthday Surprise": The one with the wall.
    • "LazyTown Goes Digital": The one with the automation machine.
    • "Roboticus": The one with the robotic double of Sportacus and where Chloe Lang made her first appearance as Stephanie.
    • "Robbie's Dream Team": The one with "We Are Number One".
  • Married... with Children:
    • "Just Married...with Children": The one where the Bundys go on a game show while pretending to be their neighbors.
    • "Her Cups Runneth Over": The one where Peg has to find a new bra, and the one that inspired a protest.
    • "The Bald and the Beautiful": The one where Steve thinks he's going bald.
    • "Who'll Stop the Rain": The one where Al tries to fix a leaky roof.
    • "It's a Bundyful Life": The one that riffs on It's a Wonderful Life, and Sam Kinison is Al's guardian angel.
    • "You Better Shop Around": The one where the Bundys and D'Arcys compete in a shopping contest, and Bud and Kelly get insulted by the Beaver.
    • "The Egg and I": The one where Steve meets Marcy's new husband.
    • "The England Show": The one where the Bundys go to England as part of a plot to end a small village's curse.
    • "Proud to Be Your Bud": The one where Al spends hours on an automated phone menu system to get a rare replacement part for his car.
    • "The D'Arcy Files": The one where Jefferson is pretending to be a former CIA agent.
    • "No Pot to Pease In": The one where the Bundys and D'Arcys have a Show Within a Show made about them.
    • "The Hood, the Bud, and the Kelly": The one where Al and his NO MA'AM buddies install a satellite dish.
  • The Office (US):
  • Stargate Atlantis:
  • Stargate SG-1:
  • Star Trek: Deep Space Nine:
    • "Move Along Home": The one with the game.
    • "Time's Orphan": The one where Molly goes wild.
    • "Crossfire": The one where Odo loses it.
    • "If Wishes Were Horses": The one with the imagination.
  • Star Trek: Enterprise:
    • "Terra Nova": The one with the underground people.
    • "Vanishing Point": The one where Hoshi disappears.
    • "Unexpected": The one with the Mister Seahorse.
  • Star Trek: The Next Generation:
    • "The Survivors": The one with the music box.
    • "Who Watches the Watchers?": The one where the aliens think Picard is a god.
    • "Time's Arrow": The one with Data's head and Mark Twain.
    • "Angel One": The one with the man-hating ladies and the virus.
    • "Ethics": The one where Worf injures his back.
    • "Sub Rosa": The one where Crusher screws the ghost of her grandma's boyfriend.
    • "The Offspring": The sad one where Data procreates.
    • "Chain of Command": The one where Picard is tortured by the Cardassians.
  • Star Trek: Voyager:
    • "The Thaw": The one with the Circus of Fear.
    • "Equinox": The one where Janeway goes vigilante.
    • "Threshold": The one where Paris and Janeway become lizards.
    • "Macrocosm": The one with the giant germs.
  • Top Gear (UK):
    • Series 5, Episode 9: The one with the Ariel Atom.
    • Series 11, Episode 2: The one where Jeremy said "Oh no! Anyway..."
    • Series 15, Episode 1: The one where Jeremy repeatedly rolls over a Reliant Robin.
    • Series 15, Episode 4: The one where James and Richard push Jeremy's motorhome off a cliff.
  • Tweenies:
    • "Bad Mood": The one with Milo being grumpy.
    • "Jake's Been Sick": The one where Jake eats a cooking apple.
    • "Favourite Songs": The one with Max dressing up as Jimmy Savile.

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  • Lalaloopsy
    • Dolls:
      • Pillow Featherbed: The one who's sleepy.
      • Jewel Sparkles: The one who's a princess.
    • Episodes:
      • "Spot-itis": The one with the Polka-Dot Disease.
      • "Stuck on You": The one where Jewel and Forest are stuck together.
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  • Battle for Dream Island:
  • Happy Tree Friends:
    • "Eye Candy": The one with the lollipop in the eyesocket.
    • "Eyes Cold Lemonade": The one with the lemonade made from eyeballs.
    • "A Class Act": The one where everyone dies.
    • "Wishy Washy": The one where Petunia tears off her own skin with a potato peeler.
    • "Gems the Breaks": The one where Splendid dies onscreen.
    • "Blast From the Past": The one with the remake of the first episode.
    • "Tongue in Cheek": The one where the Ants subject Sniffles to the longest and most torturous death in the series.
    • "Double Whammy": The one with the Flippy vs. Flipqy fight.
  • Inanimate Insanity:
    • "4Seeing the Future": The one with MePhone4S.
    • "Inanimate Smackdown": The one with wrestling.
    • "Tri Your Best!": The one with the triathalon.
  • Minilife TV:
    • "Dummy Demolition": The one where Chris and Ian blow up dummies.
    • "Rescue Mission": The one with the mummy terrorists.
    • "How to Cook a VAMPIRE!": The one where Chris creates Snowball.
    • "Crossing Ian": The one where Ian runs for mayor.
    • "A Dark Night": The one where the gang watches The Dark Knight Rises.
    • "That's So Gay!": The one that introduced Todd McFabulous.
    • "The Semi-Finals": The one with the giant cat goddess Pockets, the Lottery Lamp, and Emmet Brickowski in The Stinger.
    • "Snowball's Late Night Adventure": The one where Snowball learns the truth about vampires.
    • "The X-Team Attacks": The one where the gang fights back against the X-Team.
    • "A New Terror Arrives": The one where Jack reveals he's the original mayor.
    • "Spirit in the Sky": The one with the mall.
    • "Super Mini-Bros.": The one with the Super Mario Bros. references.
    • "The Lost Undead": The one where Rob is dead.
    • "Chris and Ian Shamelessly Promote Themselves": The one with Matthew McConaughey.
    • "The Vampodcast": The one where Zach disguises himself as a zombie.
    • "Life with Death": The one where Goshua gets his godhood revoked.
  • TheOdd1sOut:
    • "Reading More Fables (I Swear I'm Not a Furry)": The one with the 'JOKE' airhorn.
    • "Peeing Yourself": The one with the pee.
    • "Garfild Comic Explained": The one with the badly-drawn comics.
    • "A Book I Made as a Kid": The one with the story about the kindey failure.
    • "I Read Fanfiction About Me": The one with the twelve-year-old stalker.
  • Strong Bad Email:
    • "homsar": The one with Homsar.
    • "i love you": The one with fhqwhgads.
    • "comic": The one with Teen Girl Squad.
    • "japanese cartoon": The one with Stinkoman.
    • "dragon": The one with Trogdor.
    • "crazy cartoon": The one with Sweet Cuppin' Cakes.
    • "stunt double": The one with Dangeresque.
    • "video games": The one where Your Head A-Splode.
    • "virus": The one where Strong Bad's computer breaks and glitches the world.
    • "Trogday 08": The one with the "S is for Sucks" song.

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  • 6teen actually has two official episodes with this format, titled "The One with the Text Message" and "The One with the Cold Sore", but otherwise:
    • "Cecil B. Delusioned": The one with the fake TV show.
      • Alternatively, the one where Wyatt sucks at tennis.
    • "Employee of the Month": The one where Nikki gets brainwashed.
    • "Enter the Dragon": The one with periods.
    • "Fish and Make Up": The one with Fish.
    • "Girlie Boys": The one with the spa.
    • "The Five-Finger Discount": The one where Jen steals something.
    • "Labour Day": The one with Jen's baby sister.
    • "The New Guy": The one where Ron quits.
    • "One Quiet Day": The one where Jen loses her mind at the end.
    • "Over Exposed": The one with copious nudity.
      • Alternatively, the one where Jude throws up a lot.
    • "The Slow and the Even-Tempered": The one where Jen sucks at driving.
    • "Take this Job and Squeeze It": The one with the Credit Card Plot.
  • DiC's Sonic the Hedgehog trilogy:
  • The Amazing World of Gumball:
    • "The DVD": The one with the Nicole chase scene.
    • "The Remote": The one with the remote fight scene.
    • "The Job": The one where Richard almost causes the apocalypse.
    • "The Game": The one with Dodj or Daar.
    • "The Sweaters": The one with the Filmation-style people.
    • "The World": The one with all the sentient inanimate objects.
    • "The Kids": The one where Gumball and Darwin's voices change for the first time.
    • "The Joy": The one with the happiness zombies.
    • "The Name": The one with Zach.
    • "The Extras": The one with the background characters.
    • "The Shell": The one with Penny's true form.
    • "The Oracle": The one with the future-foreshadowing paintings.
    • "The Money": The one where the Wattersons are so broke that the show's animation degrades.
    • "The Origins": The one with Gumball and Darwin as kids.
    • "The Signature": The one with Frankie.
    • "The Check": The one with the invisible cars.
    • "The Slap": The one where Gumball is desperate to have his butt slapped by Tobias.
    • "The Fury": The one with the anime fight scene.
    • "The Compilation": The one with "Nobody's a Nobody".
    • "The Disaster": The one with the universal remote.
    • "The Choices": The one with the alternate timelines.
    • "The Copycats": The one with the Miracle Star characters.
    • "The Shippening": The one with the magic shipping notebook.
  • Amphibia:
  • Animal Mechanicals:
    • "Bunny Boomer Island": The one where Pounding Time actually worked.
    • "Pop-Apart Penguins": The one where Sasquatch jump scares Komodo.
    • "Whale Plane Island": The one the Strangers dubbed.
    • "Mechana Mole Miner Island": The one with Komodo's snazzy bowtie.
  • Animaniacs:
    • "Taming of the Screwy": The one where Dr. Scratchensniff teaches the Warners manners.
    • "Bumbie's Mom": The one where Skippy cries over Bumbie's mom getting killed.
    • "Critical Condition": The one where Slappy and Skippy torment Siskel and Ebert.
    • "...And Justice for Slappy": The one where Slappy and Skippy go to court.
    • "Woodstock Slappy": The one with the "Who's on Stage" scene.
    • "No Face Like Home": The one where Slappy gets plastic surgery.
    • "Rest in Pieces": The one where Walter Wolf fakes his death.
    • "One Flew Over the Cuckoo Clock": The one where Slappy gets dementia and Skippy gets taken away by child services.
    • "Bully for Skippy": The one where Skippy gets revenge on a bully.
    • "The Sunshine Squirrels": The one with Suzy Squirrel.
    • "Potty Emergency": The Trope Namer for Potty Emergency.
    • "De-Zanitized": The one with the psychoanalysis.
  • Arthur:
    • "Just Desserts": The one where Arthur eats too much.
    • "So Long, Spanky": The one with the dead budgie.
    • "Arthur's Big Hit": The one where Arthur hits D.W. because he "told [her] not to touch it".
    • "Vomitrocious": The one where Francine throws up.
    • "Binky Goes Nuts": The one with the allergies.
    • "Buster's Breathless": The one with the asthma.
    • "The Great MacGrady": The one with the cancer.
    • "To Eat or Not to Eat": The one with the addictive candy bars.
  • The Backyardigans:
    • "Secret Mission": The one with the spies.
    • "Monster Detectives": The soccer one.
    • "Flower Power": The one with Austin's doofy laugh.
  • For various Batman animated series:
  • Bonkers:
    • "Do Toons Dream of Animated Sheep?": The one where Darkwing Duck makes a surprise appearance.
  • The Boondocks:
    • "Guess Hoe's Coming to Dinner?": The one with A Pimp Named Slickback.
    • "Granddad's Fight": The one where Robert "fights" Stinkmeaner.
    • "A Date with the Health Inspector": The one where Tom gets scared of being raped in prison.
    • "Return of the King": The one where Martin Luther King Jr. is alive.
    • "The Itis": The one where Robert opens a soul food restaurant.
    • "The Passion of Reverend Ruckus": The one where Uncle Ruckus becomes a preacher.
    • "Tom, Sarah, and Usher": The one where Tom thinks Sarah is cheating on him with Usher.
    • "Stinkmeaner Strikes Back": The one where Stinkmeaner possesses Tom.
    • "Shinin'": The one where Riley fights a bully.
    • "The Red Ball": The one where Huey plays kickball.
    • "It's a Black President, Huey Freeman": The one where everybody but Huey is "dick ridin' Obama".
    • "Smokin' with Cigarettes": The one where Riley fights another bully (and actually wins).
    • "The Fundraiser": The one where Riley confronts a group of London Gangsters.
  • Care Bears (1980s):
    • DiC Entertainment episodes:
      • "Lucky Charm": The one with Jinx Jacobs.
    • Nelvana episodes:
      • "Grumpy's Three Wishes": The one with the eight-leaf clover.
      • "The Great Race": The one with the "King for a Day" prize.
      • "No Business Like Snow Business": The one with the ski lodge.
  • The Casagrandes:
    • "Bad Cluck": The one with the ghost.
    • "Uptown Funk": The one where Carl and Adelaide make friends.
    • "Operation Dad": The one where Arturo comes back.
    • "No Egrets": The one where Sergio becomes a father.
  • Darkwing Duck:
    • "Beauty and the Beet": The one with Bushroot.
    • "Dry Hard": The one with the Liquidator.
    • "Time and Punishment": The one with the Bad Future where Darkwing becomes an overzealous Knight Templar.
    • "Slime Okay, You're Okay": The one where Gosalyn turns into a Slime Girl.
    • "Whiffle While You Work": The one with Quackerjack, and the one where Darkwing and Gosalyn play The Most Dangerous Video Game.
    • "Just Us Justice Ducks": The one where Darkwing's enemies form a Legion of Doom, and Negaduck threatens to throw "THE SWITCH!"
    • "Life, the Negaverse, and Everything": The one where Darkwing enters a Bizarro Universe through a cake.
    • "Darkwing Doubloon": The one where everyone is a pirate.
  • Doc McStuffins:
    • "Doctoring the Doc": The one where Doc herself needs care.
    • "Caught Blue-Handed": The one with the blue spots.
  • Donkey Kong Country:
    • "Ape Foo Young": The one where DK turns into a baby.
    • "Raiders of the Lost Banana": The one where DK sings "I'd shower you with coconut cream pies".
    • "Kong for a Day": The one with "I'm Nobody's Hero".
    • "From Zero to Hero": The one with "Bluster the Benevolent" and "King K. Rool's Finest Hour".
    • "Klump's Lumps": The one where Klump gets de-generalized.
    • "Ape-Nesia": The one with "The Mirror Never Lies".
    • "Hooray for Holly Kongo Bongo": The one with the "driving around in a fancy car" meme.
    • "The Kongo Bongo Festival of Lights": The one where Klump learns that Skurvy is his long-lost brother.
    • "Speak No Evil, Dude": The one with the Kongo Bongo Gone Wrongo disease.
    • "Follow That Coconut": The one with the "Diddy Drop Rap".
    • "The Big Switch-A-Roo": The one with "Metal Head" and the head puns.
    • "Hunka Hunka Burnin' Bluster": The one with Leo Luster.
    • "It's a Wonderful Life": The one with Evil Diddy.
  • The Epic Tales of Captain Underpants
    • "The Costly Conundrum of the Calamitous Claylossus": The one with the claymation sequence.
    • "The Bizarre Bout of the Beastly Barfilisk": The one with copious amounts of vomit.
    • "The Cunning Combat of the Covert Camoflush": The paintball one.
  • Grossology:
    • "When Ya Gotta Go": The one with the diarrhea weapon.
    • "Yack Attack": The one where Abby throws up.
    • "Sinister Rivalry": The one with Arachnidia.
  • Jelly Jamm:
    • "Mina's Party": The one where Mina hosts a sucky party.
    • "Best Friends Forever": The one where Goomo loses his mind.
    • "Radio Goomo": The one where Goomo becomes a goth.
    • "Experiments in Invisibility": The one where Mina loses her mind (and her visibility).
    • "A Day at the Races": The one where King loses his mind.
  • Jellystone!:
    • "Yogi's Tummy Trouble": The one where Yogi eats everyone.
    • "Cats Do Dance": The one where Peter Potamus has an anime body pillow.
    • "VIP Baby You Know Me": The one with The Banana Splits.
    • "Cattanooga Cheese Explosion": The one with The Cattanooga Cats.
    • "A Town Video: Welcome to Jellystone": The one with the Animesque scene.
  • Jem:
    • "The Beginning": The one where they met Synergy.
    • "The Bands Break Up": The one where Kimber and Stormer form a duo.
    • "The Day the Music Died": The one where Kimber interrupts the intro, and where Jem disappears.
  • League of Super Evil: The one where they're too stupid to be evil.
    • "Mama Menace": The one with Red Menace's mom.
    • "Kinderprison": The one with the prison daycare.
    • "Brain Freeze": The one with the snowman zombie apocalypse (yes, really).
  • Legends of Chima:
    • "The Joy Ride": The one where Laval accidentally ruins his father's tank.
    • "The Hundred Year Moon": The one where the Wolf Tribe goes feral.
    • "Fake Chi, Real Trouble": The one with the fake Chi that makes its users act like chickens.
  • The Loud House:
    • "April Fools Rules" - The one where Luan is a pranking bitch.
    • "L is For Love" - The one where Luna comes out of the closet.
    • "Fools' Paradise" - The one where Luan gets a bit insane.
    • "Fool Me Twice" - The one where Luan officially goes insane.
    • "It's a Loud, Loud, Loud, Loud House": The one with the money.
    • "Linc or Swim": The one with the pool.
    • "Picture Perfect": The one with the family portrait.
    • "Driving Miss Hazy": The one where Leni almost learns to drive.
    • "One Flu Over the Loud House": The one with the flu.
  • Martha Speaks:
    • "Martha and Skits": The one with Skits's puppyhood.
    • "Martha's Life in Crime": The one where we learn how the Lorraines adopted Martha.
    • "There Goes the Neighbourhood": The one with the Prejudice Aesop.
  • My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic:
    • "Friendship is Magic": The one with Nightmare Moon.
    • "Applebuck Season": The one where Applejack is sleep deprived.
    • "Griffon the Brush Off": The one with Gilda.
    • "Boast Busters": The one with Trixie.
    • "Dragonshy": The one where Fluttershy stares down a giant dragon.
    • "Look Before You Sleep": The one with the slumber party.
    • "Bridle Gossip": The one with the Poison Joke.
    • "Swarm of the Century": The one with the parasprites.
    • "Sonic Rainboom": The one with the Sonic Rainboom.
    • "Stare Master": The one with the Death Glare.
    • "Show Stoppers": The one with the Stylistic Suck talent show.
    • "A Dog and Pony Show": The one where Rarity outfoxes her kidnappers.
    • "Green Isn't Your Color": The one with Photo Finish.
    • "A Bird in Hoof": The one with Philomena.
    • "The Cutie Mark Chronicles": The one where the Mane Six tell their cutie mark stories.
    • "Party of One": The one where Pinkie goes crazy.
    • "The Best Night Ever": The one with the Grand Galloping Gala.
    • "The Return of Harmony": The one where Discord corrupts the Mane Six.
    • "Lesson Zero": The one where Twilight goes crazy.
    • "Luna Eclipsed": The one where Luna comes back.
    • "May the Best Pet Win": The one with Tank.
    • "Secret of my Excess": The one where Spike becomes giant out of greed.
    • "Baby Cakes": The one with Pound and Pumpkin Cake.
    • "Hearth's Warming Eve" The one with the play about Equestria's founding.
    • "The Last Roundup": The one where Derpy was censored.
    • "The Super Speedy Cider Squeezy 6000": The one where the Flim Flam brothers sell cider.
    • "Read it and Weep": The one with Daring Do.
    • "Hearts and Hooves Day": The one where Big Mac and Cheerilee fall in love.
    • "A Friend in Deed": The one with Cranky Doodle Donkey.
    • "Putting Your Hoof Down": The one with Iron Will.
    • "It's About Time": The one with time travel.
    • "Dragon Quest": The one with the bully dragons.
    • "MMMystery on the Friendship Express": The one with the whodunnit.
    • "A Canterlot Wedding": The one with the changelings.
    • "The Crystal Empire": The one with King Sombra.
    • "Too Many Pinkie Pies": The one where Pinkie clones herself.
    • "One Bad Apple": The one with Babs Seed.
    • "Magic Duel": The one where Trixie takes over Ponyville.
    • "Sleepless in Ponyville": The one where Scootaloo has nightmares.
    • "Wonderbolts Academy": The one with Lightning Dust.
    • "Just For Sidekicks": The one where Spike takes care of the Mane Six's pets.
    • "Spike At Your Service": The one where Spike becomes Applejack's servant.
    • "Keep Calm and Flutter On": The one where Fluttershy reforms Discord.
    • "Magical Mystery Cure": The one where Twilight becomes a princess.
    • "Castle Mane-ia": The one where the Mane Six scare each other in the castle.
    • "Daring Don't": The one where Daring Do turns out to be real.
    • "Power Ponies": The one with the superheroes.
    • "Bats!": The one with Flutterbat.
    • "Rarity Takes Manehattan": The one where Mane Six goes to Manehattan.
    • "Rainbow Falls": The one where Derpy comes back.
    • "Pinkie Pride": The one with Cheese Sandwich.
    • "Three's a Crowd": The one where Discord pretends to be sick.
    • "Simple Ways": The one where Rarity and Applejack make fun of each other.
    • "It Ain't Easy Being Breezies": The one with the breezies.
    • "Somepony To Watch Over Me": The one where Applejack is overprotective.
    • "Trade Ya!" The one with the Chain of Deals.
    • "Maud Pie": The one with Maud.
    • "For Whom the Sweetie Belle Toils": The one where Sweetie Belle has nightmares.
    • "Leap of Faith": The one where the Flim Flam brothers sell fake health tonic.
    • "Inspiration Manifestation": The one where Rarity is corrupted by evil magic.
    • "Twilight's Kingdom": The one where Twilight fights Tirek.
    • "The Cutie Map": The one where Starlight Glimmer runs a cult.
    • "Bloom & Gloom": The one where Apple Bloom has nightmares.
    • "Tanks for the Memories": The one where Rainbow Dash angsts about Tank having to hibernate.
    • "Make New Friends But Keep Discord": The one with the Smooze.
    • "Slice of Life": The one with the fandom in-jokes.
    • "Amending Fences": The one with Moondancer.
    • "Do Princesses Dream of Magic Sheep?": The one with the dreams of everyone in Ponyville.
    • "Brotherhooves Social": The one where Big Mac dresses in drag.
    • "Crusaders of the Lost Mark": The one where the Cutie Mark Crusaders get their cutie marks.
    • "Hearthbreakers": The one with Pinkie's other sisters.
    • "The Cutie Re-Mark": The one with the grim alternate timelines.
    • "The Crystalling": The one with Flurry Heart.
    • "Gauntlet of Fire": The one with Ember.
    • "Hearth's Warming Tail": The one with Yet Another Christmas Carol.
    • "Flutter Brutter": The one with Zephyr Breeze.
    • "Stranger than Fan Fiction": The one with Quibble Pants.
    • "The Times They Are a Changeling": The one with Thorax.
    • "Dungeons and Discords": The RPG Episode.
    • "To Where and Back Again": The one where the changelings get reformed.
    • "Forever Filly": The one where Sweetie Belle feels patronised.
    • "Parental Glideance": The one with Rainbow Dash's parents.
    • "A Royal Problem": The one with Daybreaker.
    • "Perfect Pear": The one with the story about Applejack's parents.
    • "Secrets and Pies": The one with Evil Pie Hater Dash.
    • "Shadow Play": The one with the Pony of Shadows.
    • "The Maud Couple": The one with Mudbriar.
    • "Molt Down": The one where Spike grows wings.
    • "The Mean 6": The one with the evil clones of Mane Six.
    • "Friendship University": The one where the Flim Flam brothers run a university.
    • "Sounds of Silence": The one with the Kirin.
    • "Father Knows Beast": The one with the guy who pretends to be Spike's father.
    • "The Last Crusade": The one with Scootaloo's parents.
    • "She Talks to Angel": The one where Fluttershy and Angel switch bodies.
    • "Growing Up is Hard To Do": The one where the Cutie Mark Crusaders get turned into adults.
    • "The Big Mac Question": The one where Bon Bon and Lyra propose to each other... Oh, and Big Mac and Sugar Belle get married too.
  • The Mysteries of Alfred Hedgehog:
    • "The Case of the Invisible Visitor": The one with the chameleon.
    • "The Blue Mystery": The one where Cynthia and Camille turn blue.
  • Numberjacks:
    • "Sphere Today, Gone Tomorrow": The one with the marble run.
    • "Zero the Hero": The one where the Numberjacks needed rescuing.
  • The Octonauts:
    • "The Great Algae Escape": The one with grand theft auto.
    • "The Remipedes": The one where Shellington is bad at driving.
    • "The Narwhal": The one where Peso stood on Shellington's foot.
  • The Owl House:
    • "Enchanting Grom Fright": The one where Luz and Amity dance.
    • "Agony of a Witch": The one where we find out that Lilith cursed Eda.
    • "Through the Looking Glass Ruins": The one where Amity kisses Luz.
    • "Eda's Requiem": The one with Raine Whispers.
    • "Knock, Knock, Knocking on Hooty's Door": The one where Luz and Amity start dating.
  • PAW Patrol:
    • "Pups Save a Mer-Pup": The one with the mermaid dogs.
    • "Sea Patrol: Pups Save Puplantis": The one with the pearls.
  • Peg + Cat:
    • "The Baby Problem": The one with the Brainy Baby.
    • "I Do What I Can: The Musical": The one where everyone counts by fives.
    • "The Roxanne Problem": The one where Cat has an Implied Love Interest.
  • The Raccoons:
    • "The Sweet Smell of Success!": The one where Bert acts in a commercial.
    • "Power Trip!": The one with Ralph's aunt.
    • "Stop the Clock!": The one that introduced Bentley.
    • "The Chips Are Down!": The one where Mr. Willow is introduced and Bert tries to win a contest.
    • "Life in the Fast Lane!": The one with Bix Wheelie.
    • "Trouble Shooter!": The one where Bentley runs away from home.
    • "Second Chance!": The one with Woodchuck Berry.
    • "The Sky's the Limit!": The one with Troy Malone.
    • "Spring Fever!": The one that introduced Lisa.
    • "Stealing the Show!": The one with the shoplifting.
    • "Moving In!": The one where Bentley's family become permanent characters.
    • "Black Belt Bentley!": The one where Bentley learns karate.
    • "Join the Club!": The one with the anti-smoking message.
    • "The One That Got Away!": The one with the depressing ending.
  • Rainbow Brite:
    • "The Beginning of Rainbowland": The one with Rainbow's backstory.
    • "Peril in the Pits": The one with Brian.
    • "The Mighty Monstromurk Menace": The one where Murky Dismal accidentally unleashes a demon.
    • "Invasion of Rainbowland": The one with the alien that eats colors.
    • "Rainbow Night": The one that introduced Moonglow.
    • "A Horse of a Different Color": The one with the horse race.
    • "The Queen of the Sprites": The one where The Dark Princess returns.
  • Ready Jet Go!:
    • "Satellite Selfie": The one with the garlic/rutabaga cookies.
    • "Castaway Carrot": The one where Carrot loses his mind.
    • "Endless Summer": The one with Carrot's explosive sneezes.
  • R.O.B. the Robot:
    • "Chill Out": The one where Rob can't skate.
    • "Shivers in Space": The one with Blossom.
    • "Hare-Raising Event": The one where Rob thinks he's a rabbit.
  • Rugrats:
  • The Save-Ums!:
    • "Untangle That Octopus!": The one with the shoelaces.
    • "The Mystery of Winston's Garden": The one with the Wave Melons.
    • "Rescue Wonder Winston!": The one with the door.
  • The Simpsons:
    • "Krusty Gets Busted": The one where Krusty goes to jail.
    • "Dancin' Homer": The one where Homer becomes a baseball mascot.
    • "Bart the Daredevil": The one where Homer falls down the Springfield Gorge.
    • "Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?": The one with Homer's hideous car design.
    • "Bart's Dog Gets an F": The one where Santa's Little Helper goes to obedience school.
    • "Flaming Moe": The one where Moe steals Homer's drink idea.
    • "Homer at the Bat": The one where Mr. Burns hires ringers for an exhibition baseball game.
    • "I Love Lisa": The one where Ralph choo-choo-chooses Lisa to be his Valentine.
    • "Last Exit to Springfield": The one where Abe tells a story about wearing an onion on his belt.
    • "So It's Come to This: A Simpsons Clip Show": The one with the exploding beer can Prank Gone Too Far.
    • "Cape Feare": The one with the Rake Take Overly-Long Gag.
    • "Whacking Day": The one where the town of Springfield comes together to beat up snakes, and only Barry White's voice can save the day.
    • "Bart Gets Famous": The one where Bart becomes Krusty's sidekick and develops a forced catchphrase.
    • "Sweet Seymour Skinner's Baadasssss Song": The one where Bart gets Principal Skinner fired and replaced by Ned Flanders.
    • "The Boy Who Knew Too Much": The one where Mayor Quimby's nephew gets into an argument over the pronunciation of "chowder".
    • "Sideshow Bob Roberts": The one where Sideshow Bob rigs an election.
    • "Homer Badman": The one where Homer gets accused of sexual harassment.
    • "Homer the Great": The one where Homer is elected the head of a secret society.
    • "A Star is Burns": The one where Jay Sherman visits Springfield's film festival.
    • "Two Dozen and One Greyhounds": The one where Mr. Burns sings "See My Vest".
    • "The PTA Disbands": The one with "purple monkey dishwasher".
    • "Homie the Clown": The one where Homer is a double for Krusty the Clown.
    • "Who Shot Mr. Burns?": The one where Maggie shoots Mr. Burns.
    • "22 Short Films About Springfield": The one with Steamed Hams.
    • "You Only Move Twice": The one with Hank Scorpio.
    • "Hurricane Neddy": The one where Ned gives a "Reason You Suck" Speech to the entire town.
    • "The Mysterious Voyage of Homer": The one where Homer hallucinates after eating insanely hot peppers.
    • "The Itchy & Scratchy & Poochie Show": The one with Poochie.
    • "Homer's Enemy": The one with Frank Grimes.
    • "The Simpsons 138th Episode Spectacular": The one with the Robotic Richard Simmons "Deleted Scene".
    • "The Old Man and the Key": The one with "Old Man Yells at Cloud".
    • "Alone Again, Natura-Diddily": The one where Maude Flanders is Killed Off for Real.
    • "In Marge We Trust": The one with Mr. Sparkle, the Japanese dish soap mascot that looks a lot like Homer.
    • "Treehouse of Horror" specials:
      • Treehouse I: The one with Kang and Kodos' cookbook.
      • Treehouse II: The one with the monkey's paw.
      • Treehouse III: The one with the killer Krusty doll and the zombie Flanders.
      • Treehouse IV: The one where Homer sells his soul for a donut.
      • Treehouse V: The one with "The Shinning".
      • Treehouse VI: The one with Homer in 3D.
      • Treehouse VII: The one where Kang and Kodos run for president.
  • Sonic Boom:
    • "Buster": The one with the evil fireman bot.
    • "My Fair Sticksy": The one where Amy and Sticks play dress-up.
    • "The Meteor": The one where Sonic and Eggman swap bodies.
    • "How to Succeed in Evil Without Really Trying": The one with the Lightning Bolt Society.
    • "Sole Power": The one with Sonic's noisy shoes.
    • "Chez Amy": The one where Dave fails epically at cooking.
    • "Just a Guy": The one where everyone gets offended at Sonic calling a guy "just a guy".
    • "Battle of the Boy Bands": The one where Sonic, Tails, and Knuckles form a boy band.
    • "Tails' Crush": The one with Zooey.
    • "Late Night Wars": The one where Knuckles becomes a talk-show host.
    • "It Takes a Village to Defeat a Hedgehog": The one with Shadow.
  • SpongeBob SquarePants:
  • Star Wars: The Clone Wars: The one where everyone feels bad for the clones.
    • "Old Friends Not Forgotten": The one where Ahsoka and Anakin reunite.
    • "The Phantom Apprentice": The one where Maul could have saved everyone.
    • "Shattered:" The one where Order 66 is executed.
    • "Victory and Death": The one that's really sad.
  • Steven Universe:
    • "Cheeseburger Backpack": The one with the cheeseburger backpack.
    • "Giant Woman": The one with Opal.
    • "Mirror Gem": The one with Lapis.
    • "Rose's Scabbard": The one where Pearl is gay.
    • "Jail Break": The one with "Stronger Than You".
    • "Message Received": The one where Peridot becomes good.
    • "A Single Pale Rose": The one where we find out that Rose Quartz is Pink Diamond.
  • Super Why!:
  • Sushi Pack:
    • "Starring Ikura": The one with Ikura's ego problem.
    • "Sushi Pack vs. the Fried Food Fighting Force": The one with the Similar Squad.
    • "The Wrong Sushi": The one with the false accusations.
  • Thomas & Friends:
    • "The Sad Story of Henry": The one where Henry gets sealed in a tunnel.
    • "Granpuff": The one with Smudger.
    • "Rusty and the Boulder": The one with the creepy boulder.
    • "Percy's Chocolate Crunch": The one where Percy is covered in chocolate.
  • Wonder Pets!:
    • "Save the Mouse": The one where Linny is Out Sick.
    • "Save the Puppy": The one with the peeing dog.

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