The 5 Most Defining Episodes of TV Series That You Can't Miss

Farzana Patowari

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The  best episodes of a TV show are not always the first or last ones.  Sometimes, episodes in between can be the most emotionally charged and  defining moments of a series. Here are five exceptional episodes that  have left a lasting impact on viewers:

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Succession: "Connor's Wedding" Episode 3, Season 4 Rated as the highest episode of any show on IMDB, this emotionally exhausting episode sees Logan Roy pass away while his son, Connor, gets married. Connor always wanted to impress his father, but unfortunately, he never got the chance.

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Breaking Bad: "Ozymandias" Episode 14, Season 5 Considered one of the most emotionally charged episodes of the show, the 14th episode of the 5th season sees the complete collapse of protagonist Walter White's life, leading to dramatic changes in the plot.

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BoJack Horseman: "The View from Halfway Down" Episode 15, Season 6 The second-to-last episode of the animated series is a thought-provoking one. BoJack finds himself at a dinner party where people from his past are stuck in a cycle of pain due to their past mistakes. He now has a choice to make amends or lead a life like theirs.

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Game of Thrones: "The Rains of Castamere" Episode 9, Season 3 This stunning, memorable episode proved that the writers have the ability to shock viewers to their core. Set in the wedding of Edmure Tully, many central characters are brutally murdered, leading to a twist that leaves viewers reeling.

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Dexter: "The Getaway" Episode 12, Season 4 The fan-favorite final episode of season 4 sees Dexter's sister, Debra, get stabbed by Arthur Mitchell in front of him, followed by the devastating discovery that his wife has been murdered. The episode ends with a heartbroken Dexter holding his son.