The BEST episodes written by Samantha Irby

187 votes

#1 - Pool

Shrill - Season 1 - Episode 4

Annie and Fran attend the Fat Babe Pool Party. Annie is so empowered by the experience and so furious with her boss, Gabe, that she posts a body positive article to the paper’s website that explains exactly what it’s like to be a fat woman in today’s world.

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Vibe Check
47 votes

#2 - Vibe Check

Tuca & Bertie - Season 2 - Episode 5

Bertie's vibrator is giving her intrusive-yet-titillating thoughts, it must be broken... or maybe it's her bed... or her brain? Tuca wonders if her new friendship could be something more. Speckle's reeeally into his new video game.

Corpse Week
40 votes

#3 - Corpse Week

Tuca & Bertie - Season 2 - Episode 8

Happy Cadaveri! It's Corpse Week and the gang are visiting Tuca and Bertie's families for the holidays. What's spookier, all the morbid imagery or the complicated family dynamics?

Screech Leeches
27 votes

#4 - Screech Leeches

Tuca & Bertie - Season 3 - Episode 6

Ahhh! The girls revisit Bertie's spookiest memory: a high school friendship that got hella intense!

Tragically Hip
356 votes

#5 - Tragically Hip

And Just Like That... - Season 1 - Episode 5

As Carrie recuperates from hip surgery, Charlotte learns surprising news about her daughter, and Che’s words help Miranda face some truths about her life.

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Apologies and Their Fluctuating Nature
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#6 - Apologies and Their Fluctuating Nature

Work in Progress - Season 2 - Episode 4

Haunted by her “crime against the entire queer community,” Abby sets out on a pilgrimage of healing that definitely might work. Overwhelmed by guilt and shame? Don’t worry, there’s a crystal for that. Temporarily armed with her new age attitude, Abby ventures out of her comfort zone and makes a bold decision.

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#7 - FTP

Work in Progress - Season 2 - Episode 8

With the world on fire, Abby is forced to reckon with the history of racism, police violence and grief and her complicity in it. Tasked with writing her company’s “Black Lives Matter solidarity statement,” an exhausted Abby drifts in and out of the kind of nightmares that don’t necessarily stop when you wake up. It’s going to get worse before it gets better.

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