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Cowboy Bebop

Just finished watching this series for the 3rd time or so and fuck. List is my rfavorite sessions rand digs

Session 25-26: The Real Folk Blues part 1-2 These two episodes were some of the most fantastic tv I've seen. From finally seeing Julia to Faye's emotional return to the bebop and the terribly sad ending these are easily my favorite episodes of the show.
2Youth Pictures of Florence Henderson
Small Changes We Hardly Notice

Session 22: Brain Scratch. This episode told of a strange cult who were supposedly escaping from their human forms into spirits. The end of this episode when the antagonist gives his speech about televisions effects is amazing and is one of the moments where you realize just how often this show manages to surprise you.
3The Seatbelts
Cowboy Bebop Original Soundtrack

Session 20: Pierrot le Fou Session 20 explores a strange clown-like bounty head whom lures Spike into his fun house. This episode turned out to be truly creepy and provided a break from the ordinary episode structure.
4Talking Heads
Stop Making Sense

Session 8: Waltz for Venus Spike meets Rocco Bonnaro who will do anything to heal his sisters blindness. This episode plays to Spikes sympathetic side and reveals that he's not just a cocky douchebag.
Permanent Waves

Session 12-13: Gaining further knowledge into Spike's back story, this run in with Vicious and the syndicate is intense and intriguing.
6Red Sparowes
Every Red Heart Shines Toward the Red...

Session 24: Hard Luck Woman Ed and Ein leaving made me realize how much I actually enjoyed the presence of those two on the Bebop and was surprisingly an emotional occurrence in the show. Also, Faye's realization about her past was something I had been waiting to be addressed again.
Pyramid Song

Session 11: Toys in the Attic The references to Alien and 2001: A Space Oddessey alone made this episode. The horror aspect added to this episode was a change of pace and made for an enjoyable and somewhat humorous episode.
8Inter Arma

Session 18: Speak Like a Child Faye watching the videotape they receive at the end was an inspiring and cherish able moment. This episode really reminds you that there is still the child you once were inside of you somewhere and it was nice to see more of Faye's back story.
9Nana Grizol

Session 22: Cowboy Funk The lighthearted, fun tone to this episode was great and made for an entertaining episode.
Mr. Beast

Session 5: Ballad of Fallen Angels Every episode with Vicious and the Syndicate was intense and amazing. The fights and backstory were fantastic.
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