The Best Episodes of You're the Worst

#1 - Fists and Feet and Stuff 8.35

Season 1 - Episode 10

Jimmy and Gretchen take their relationship to the next level.

Directors: Matt Shakman

#2 - The Heart Is a Dumb Dumb 8.29

Season 2 - Episode 13

Jimmy attends Becca and Vernon’s baby gender reveal party. Gretchen takes care of some unfinished business. Edgar and Dorothy’s relationship reaches a turning point. Lindsay confronts Paul.

Directors: Matt Shakman

#3 - Other Things You Could Be Doing 7.99

Season 2 - Episode 12

Gretchen’s depression comes to a head, forcing Jimmy to make a tough choice. Lindsay finally lets Paul go. Edgar has his improv graduation show.

Directors: Matt Shakman

#4 - Finish Your Milk 7.99

Season 1 - Episode 8

Jimmy meets Gretchen's parents.

Directors: Matt Shakman

#5 - There Is Not Currently a Problem 7.89

Season 2 - Episode 7

The group tries to get rid of a mouse in Jimmy's house; Gretchen finally opens up to Jimmy.

Directors: Wendey Stanzler

#6 - The Sweater People

Season 2 - Episode 1

Although they're now living together, Jimmy and Gretchen try to avoid domesticity by partying all the time -- a lifestyle that's harder than it looks. Meanwhile, Edgar is smitten with Lindsay, who attempts a desperate reconciliation with Paul.

Directors: Alex Hardcastle

#7 - Pilot

Season 1 - Episode 1

Jimmy and Gretchen find themselves falling for each other despite their better judgment.

Directors: Jordan Vogt-Roberts

#8 - Keys Open Doors 7.89

Season 1 - Episode 3

Gretchen inadvertently asks Jimmy for a key to his house.

Directors: Alex Hardcastle

#9 - The Last Sunday Funday 7.86

Season 3 - Episode 6

The gang embark on a very special Sunday Funday.

Directors: Wendey Stanzler

#10 - Sunday Funday 7.82

Season 1 - Episode 5

Jimmy begrudgingly joins Gretchen, Edgar, and Lindsay on a "Sunday Funday."

Directors: Jordan Vogt-Roberts

#11 - Try Real Hard 7.80

Season 3 - Episode 1

Jimmy and Gretchen adjust to life after saying I love you. Edgar and Dorothy have sexual problems. Lindsay and Paul start a new hobby.

Directors: Wendey Stanzler

#12 - PTSD 7.79

Season 1 - Episode 6

After Jimmy accidentally sleeps with an A-List celebrity, he and Gretchen embark on a sex arms race to even out their score.

Directors: Jordan Vogt-Roberts

#13 - Spooky Sunday Funday 7.78

Season 2 - Episode 8

Jimmy tries to stealthily help Gretchen with her depression by planning a Halloween-themed Sunday Funday.

Directors: Wendey Stanzler

#14 - Insouciance 7.75

Season 1 - Episode 2

Jimmy attempts to take Gretchen on a date.

Directors: Alex Hardcastle

#15 - Twenty-Two 7.74

Season 3 - Episode 5

Edgar spends the day trying to find some relief for his PTSD.

Directors: Stephen Falk

#16 - Equally Dead Inside 7.74

Season 1 - Episode 7

Jimmy opens up emotionally, which completely freaks Gretchen out.

Directors: Jordan Vogt-Roberts

#17 - The Inherent, Unsullied Qualitative Value of Anything 7.67

Season 3 - Episode 11

At a wedding together for the first time since the day they met, Jimmy and Gretchen’s tensions come to a head. Edgar’s relationship is jeopardized by his newfound success. Lindsay is forced to come clean to Paul.

Directors: Wendey Stanzler

#18 - Constant Horror And Bone-Deep Dissatisfaction 7.65

Season 1 - Episode 9

An episode spanning the course of nearly three years, we see the events that lead up to Gretchen and Jimmy meeting.

Directors: Matt Shakman

#19 - LCD Soundsystem 7.64

Season 2 - Episode 9

Gretchen becomes fascinated by a slightly older, cool couple that appears to have it all. Jimmy employs a punishment-based system to ensure he meets his writing deadline.

Directors: Stephen Falk

#20 - Fix Me, Dummy 7.63

Season 3 - Episode 2

Gretchen starts therapy; Jimmy's confidence wavers; Lindsay neglects a bedridden Paul.

Directors: Wendey Stanzler

#21 - What Normal People Do 7.62

Season 1 - Episode 4

Gretchen makes Jimmy come over to her disaster of an apartment.

Directors: Alex Hardcastle

#22 - Crevasses 7.59

Season 2 - Episode 2

Gretchen, realizing she doesn’t really have any adult belongings, takes the gang on a trip to the mall. Jimmy uses this opportunity to gain some writing inspiration. Meanwhile, a newly single Lindsay recruits a hesitant Edgar to help her pick up guys.

Directors: Alex Hardcastle

#23 - Talking to Me, Talking to Me 7.56

Season 3 - Episode 10

Jimmy builds a tree house. Gretchen accompanies Lindsay during a potentially emotional event. Edgar’s professional life flourishes to Dorothy’s dismay.

Directors: Wendey Stanzler

#24 - A Rapidly Mutating Virus 7.53

Season 2 - Episode 11

Jimmy gets closer to his bartender friend, Nina. Gretchen accompanies Sam to do a radio interview. Edgar attempts to make inroads with Dorothy's comedy friends.

Directors: Matt Shakman

#25 - Born Dead 7.53

Season 2 - Episode 3

Gretchen makes an attempt to reconnect with her old group of friends by throwing herself a housewarming party. Jimmy does his best to affirm his belief that friends are for babies. Edgar continues his pursuit of Lindsay, and Lindsay meets her estranged husband’s new girlfriend.

Directors: Alex Hardcastle