Every Treehouse of Horror episode, an annual tradition on The Simpsons, always has at least one segment that will delight. The best remembered is Homer Simpson stumbling into the third dimension. But, I’d recommend Treehouse of Horror V:
The family's job at Mr. Burns' country estate goes awry when Homer goes mad; Homer's attempt to repair a toaster results in inadvertent time travel; The school staff turn cannibalistic.
The most high profile episode of The Good Fight has an extended storyline in which regular characters Lucca and Jay come face to face with an alt-right group aiming to intimidate voters. Midway through the show Jay breaks the fourth wall and tells the audience why it is important to punch Nazis.
The Simpsons: Lisa’s Substitute - Disney+
Is this the all-time best episode of The Simpsons? Maybe. Lisa Simpson falls in love with a substitute teacher (played by Dustin Hoffman). The B story has Bart Simpson campaigning to become Class President. Everything you need to know about democracy is right here in this episode.
While the film is a little on the nose these days with such a strong focus on a Bill Clinton-type of character, the movie is a great deep dive into the idea of political idealism and humanity standing in the way of it.
Watch for the great central performance by Adrian Lester, but watch out for a star-making appearance by Allison Janney.