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Hi Guys. Hope everyone is well. I, unfortunately, am feeling miserable and binge-watching some 1990s tv sitcoms on Netflix. And since Halloween is only a few days away, I thought I’d share a few of my favorite Halloween episodes that you can binge-watch online. Share with me some of your favorites in the comments below!
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#1. The Last Man Standing
Featuring: Tim Allen, Jay Leno
Episode: Bride of Prankenstein (2018)
Synopsis: Mike and Chuck install a security system for Outdoor Man on Halloween night before they discover the perfect opportunity to prank Joe; Mandy, Kyle, Kristen and Ryan decide to organize a seance in order to communicate with the supernatural.
Parental Warning: 10+. There is the talk of a seance but the subject matter is not dark. Pranks are played, including a scary mask.
Favorite Part: I love ALL the pranks.
Where to Watch: Amazon Prime + HULU
Featuring: Nathan Fillion (“Rookie“) and Stana Katic (“Absentia“)
Episode: Vampire Weekend (2009)
Synopsis: Castle and Beckett go to a graveyard after the body of a young man sporting vampire fangs is discovered with a wooden stake through his heart.
Parental Warning: 10+. There are some dark drawings the deceased made of a dead woman. Also, some thematic elements including blood-drinking (briefly shown) and coffins.
Favorite Part: Due to the Halloween subject matter, the pranks are amped up.
Where to Watch: Amazon Prime
Featuring: Shannon Doherty (“Beverly Hills 90210“) and Holly Marie Combs (“Pretty Little Liars“)
Episode: All Halliwell’s Eve (2000)
Synopsis: The Halliwell sisters travel back to the 1600s to protect a coven in danger of extinction and save their own future.
Parental Warning: 13+. The show is about 3 good witches and their Whitelighter. The 1990s/2000s show was not spooky in the way most modern shows come across but does involve curses, demons, evil witches and a hanging.
Favorite Part: I LOVE Prue’s Halloween costume and must confess that I had a crush on bad boy Cole in my high school days. Who didn’t?
Where to Watch: Netflix, Amazon Prime
Featuring: Guest Star George Wendt (“Cheers“)
Episode: Trick or Treatment (1982)
Synopsis: Tricks seem to overrule treats on Halloween when a rowdy group of Marines ends up as patients.
Genre: Black Comedy
Parental Warning: 13+. Thematic subjects include war and ghost stories.
Where to Watch: Amazon Prime
Featuring: Guest Star John Stamos (“Fuller House“)
Episode: The Rocky Horror Glee Show (2010)
Synopsis: On a jealous impulse, Will decides to stage “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” as the school play, and Sue encourages him for devious reasons.
Genre: Musical Comedy
Parental Warning: 13+. Adult humor, sexuality, and language.
Favorite Songs: “Whatever Happened to Saturday Night?” (John Stamos) and “Touch a Touch a Touch a Touch Me” (Jayma Mays)
Where to Watch: Amazon Prime, Netflix
#6. I Love Lucy
Featuring: Guest Star Jay Novello (“McHale’s Navy”)
Episode: “The Séance” (1951)
Synopsis: Lucy is on a superstitious kick, studying numerology and astrology.
Parental Warning: Mild thematic elements.
Favorite Parts: Ethel posing as the fortune teller. Actually the whole se’ance scene will have you holding your sides from laughter.
Where to Watch: Amazon Prime, Hulu
#7. Murder, She Wrote
Featuring: Guest Starring Mary Crosby (“North and South II”) and Robert Vaughn (“The Magnificent Seven”)
Episode: The Witch’s Curse (1992)
Synopsis: Cabot Cove suspects a woman playing a witch in a community play is the real thing.
Parental Warning: Mild thematic themes
Favorite Parts: Louis Herthum is the new town deputy and Mary Crosby is one of the best guest stars.
Where to Watch: DVD
Comment below with one of your favorite Halloween episodes!