I figured it would be a fun exercise for everybody to list their favorite episodes from the show. It could be your top ten, top five, top twenty-six, whichever. I'll try to rank my top ten. "Change of Address": This episode is as close as you're going to get to a perfect half-hour of television. It pulls at your heartstrings while making you laugh at the same time, and the ending of the show is just perfect. How could you not love something that wraps up with the moral of if you believe in something enough, it'll come true. Plus the closing theme is classic. "Wembley's Egg": I think that this episode is essentially the entire show squeezed into one episode. You get goofy visual gags, goofy jokes, chances to see each character in their respective jobs, a sad musical number, a funny one, a postcard, plus a visit to outer space. It's almost like a sampler of everything that made the show great. "The River Of Life": Perhaps a bit more of a serious episode than normal, but it's still an excellent one. The scene with Boober at the entrance the outer space is definitely one of the more touching moments of the show. The closing musical number is also possibly my favorite one from the series. "Boober's Quiet Day": I read a description of this episode somewhere as a farce, and I think that's a pretty accurate take on it. The entire show is stuffed with gags from the very beginning, and things just keep getting stranger and funnier as the lies keep flying. "Pebble Pox Blues": One of the cuter episodes of the show, as poor Boober has to help poor Wembley survive the onslaught of germs. Plus the scenes with Gobo sick in bed are pretty funny. "The Honk Of Honks": It was really nice to see all the worlds spotlighted throughout the series connect together, as it brought together the themes of the show in one episode. "Inspector Red": I've always liked when shows kind of break from the format a bit to stretch things, and this episode does a good job of that. Red's narration is pretty funny, plus Uncle Matt's wigs are classic. "Uncle Matt's Discovery": I really like the message of this episode: "The magic is always there, as long as we keep looking for it". Uncle Matt's struggles with overcoming his fear are something that everyone can relate to. "Red-Handed And The Invisible Thief": Another episode that is great because of the amount of gags thrown into it. There are a lot of third season episodes in this vein, and it was hard to pick from them. A tie amongst dozens of episodes, including but not limited to "The Terrible Tunnel", "I Don't Care", "Marooned", "A Friend In Need", "Red's Club", "A Cave Of One's Own", "Scared Silly", "Wembley's Wonderful Whoopie Water", "The Perfect Blue Rollie", "Wembley's Flight" and "Gone But Not Forgotten". What are your favorites?