1) The first episode of Breaking Bad
Even though Breaking Bad began in 2008 when the decade was coming to an end and went into the next decade, it was still one of the most memorable shows of the 2000s. And it started off that way right from the beginning. From the first episode, you knew you were on to something great, so the beginning was one of its most memorable moments. This wasn’t one of those shows that you needed to check out for a while to see if it progressed; from the start, it captivated and enticed you. Right away, you had the amazing setting of the Southwest, the introduction of layered characters and a caliber that you couldn’t believe the show could continue with.
The first episode is the perfect example of everything the show has to offer with its characters, crazy action scenes and drawn-out building of the characters’ personalities and nuances. Bryan Cranston’s expert playing of the main character Walter White made you want to keep watching right from the very beginning.