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5 Perfect Halloween TV Episodes You Should Binge Right Now

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Some use Halloween as a way to dress up as their favorite character. Others use the holiday as a way to binge some classic Halloween episodes. Halloween shows can either be amazing or a simple throwaway. We look at five classic Halloween episodes from some of the biggest shows ever.

The Rocky Horror Glee Show

A Rocky Horror Picture Show-themed episode of Glee was bound to happen. Several parts of the Rocky Horror classic had to be watered down for television. Airing on October 26, 2010, this episode also included cameo appearances from Barry Bostwick and Meat Loaf. The soundtrack for this episode peaked at number six on the Top 100 chart.

Fox

Boo

Roseanne had a handful of Halloween episodes during its original run. “Boo,” which stems from season two, is seen as the best of the bunch. In this episode, Roseanne and Dan try to outspook each other. This is the only episode on this list to have been originally aired on Halloween night.

ABC

Treehouse Of Horror V

It’s quite astonishing that The Simpsons have managed to unleash 28 annual episodes of Treehouse of Horror. With so many to choose from, many have gone with the fifth installment as the best one. Released in 1993, this hilarious episode includes Homer being forced to eat donuts in Hell.

Fox

Fear, Itself

Buffy the Vampire Slayer is a somewhat scary show itself, so a Halloween episode could seem futile. In “Fear Itself,” the gang head to a Halloween party where a demon exposes everyone’s worst fears. This episode is actually the last one to not actually feature any vampires in it. In France, the episode is called Le démon d’Halloween, which means “The demon of Halloween.”

Mutant Enemy Productions

The One With The Halloween Party

This Halloween episode of Friends involves a costume party gone horribly wrong. Phoebe causes her evil twin Ursula to lose her fiance after exposing her lies. When the Halloween candy is done, Rachel uses money as a replacement. Oddly enough, this is the only Halloween episode in the series’ history.

NBC

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