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Black Mirror has emerged as a smartly critical anthology series about a not-so-distant dystopian future, and humans’ relationship with technology. Most episodes feel like worst-case scenarios with the ambiance of The Twilight Zone for the 21st Century. Will our future interactions with technology be uplifting and empowering, or downright terrifying? Scary or not, though, some installments of Black Mirror are just plain better than others, so here’s a ranking of every episode of the show so far, from worst to best. Do we even need a spoiler warning here?

(IMO, “Nosedive” is the BEST episode. The end, in particular, is AWESOME.)

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“From her struggling early days to her successful heyday, you’ll see the Lucy you love and meet the Lucy you never knew — the incredible woman behind the public persona. In ‘Finding Lucy,’ you’ll find yourself falling in love with Lucille Ball all over again.”

Niles Crane Burn Compilation

Some of the best sarcasm, insults, repartees, and comebacks of Dr. Niles Crane from Frasier, one of the most underrated characters in comedy.

 

I grew up watching this show!

Gordon Ramsay knows that good first impressions are everything.

Penn & Teller on Letterman

Penn Jillette talks about the duo’s second appearance on David Letterman’s “Late Night,” when they famously made scores of cockroaches appear from a hat on Letterman’s desk. Followed by the actual clip!

Hank Azaria breaks down his most iconic voices and movie roles, from “Heat” to “The Simpsons.” All of his characters are based on friends.

Who remembers Jim Henson’s 90’s hit TV show, “Dinosaurs“? The “Baby” was always my favorite character with his signature lines, “NOT DA MOMMA!” and “AGAIN!” and “I’m da baby, gotta love me!” During an especially long session break, the bored and frustrated actor who played Baby riffed and ad-libbed to his heart’s content, amusing the entire crew.

Okay, this is one of the cleverest, funniest ads I’ve seen in a long while. Don’t miss the Sasquatch’s conspiracy theories, LOL! And there are more of them, too!

Renowned physicist Stephen Hawking has died at the age of 76, but his contributions to humanity will live on forever — including what is arguably his life’s most important work … his appearances on The Simpsons.

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