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The Best Episodes of Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency

Every episode of Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency ranked from best to worst. Let's dive into the Best Episodes of Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency!

A comedic thriller that follows the bizarre adventures of eccentric “holistic” detective Dirk Gently and his reluctant assistant Todd. An adaptation of Douglas Adams’ wildly successful comic novels.

Genres:ComedySci-Fi & FantasyCrime
Network:BBC America

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The best episode of "Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency" is "Weaponized Soul", rated 8.6/10 from 1332 user votes. It was directed by Paco Cabezas and written by Max Landis. "Weaponized Soul" aired on 12/3/2016 and is rated 0.0 point(s) higher than the second highest rated, "Two Sane Guys Doing Normal Things".

  • Weaponized Soul
    8.6/10 1,332 votes

    #1 - Weaponized Soul

    Season 1 Episode 7 - Aired 2016-12-03

    Flung backwards through time, Dirk and Todd make a horrifying discovery about the nature of their case, and find themselves with a unique opportunity: solve their case before it even starts.

    Director: Paco Cabezas

    Writer: Max Landis

  • Two Sane Guys Doing Normal Things
    8.6/10 1,435 votes

    #2 - Two Sane Guys Doing Normal Things

    Season 1 Episode 8 - Aired 2016-12-10

    Dirk, Todd, Farah and Detective Estevez must save Lydia Spring or face certain death.

    Director: Paco Cabezas

    Writer: Max Landis, Andrew Black

  • Fix Everything
    8.4/10 1,282 votes

    #3 - Fix Everything

    Season 1 Episode 6 - Aired 2016-11-26

    Everything connects. Cops, cult, assassins, detectives, Pararibulitis, vampires, lottery ticket, a corgi, and Ken, all come to a head.

    Director: Tamra Davis

    Writer: Max Landis

  • Nice Jacket
    8.4/10 1,008 votes

    #4 - Nice Jacket

    Season 2 Episode 10 - Aired 2017-12-16

    Dirk fulfills the prophecy and restores order by courageously returning to Blackwing to where it all began. Todd and Amanda go toe-to-toe with the villainous Suzie Boreton.

    Director: Alrick Riley

    Writer: Max Landis, Sinead Daly

  • Trouble Is Bad
    8.2/10 886 votes

    #5 - Trouble Is Bad

    Season 2 Episode 9 - Aired 2017-12-09

    As Wendimoor falls into chaos, The Mage enacts his final solution, putting both worlds in dire jeopardy and forcing our heroes to face off against the season-long villains. Amanda and Todd must overcome their differences to help Dirk.

    Director: Alrick Riley

    Writer: Max Landis, Molly Nussbaum

  • Watkin
    8.0/10 1,330 votes

    #6 - Watkin

    Season 1 Episode 4 - Aired 2016-11-12

    Dirk and Todd find themselves in a complicated and dangerous situation left behind by Patrick Spring. As the police begin putting together the pieces of their imponderable case, an FBI agent's unlikely return complicates matters for Amanda and Farah.

    Director: Michael Patrick Jann

    Writer: Andrew Black

  • Very Erectus
    8.0/10 1,255 votes

    #7 - Very Erectus

    Season 1 Episode 5 - Aired 2016-11-19

    As Dirk and Todd embark on a hunt for Patrick Spring's dark enigmas, Todd reveals a deep-seated secret of his own. Detectives Estevez and Zimmerfield take big risks as they inch closer to the truth of their missing person's investigation, and Amanda finally confronts the looming specter of the Rowdy 3.

    Director: Tamra Davis

    Writer: Robert C. Cooper

  • The House Within the House
    8.0/10 944 votes

    #8 - The House Within the House

    Season 2 Episode 4 - Aired 2017-11-04

    As the team's investigation leads to a startling discovery in the long-abandoned Cardenas homestead, Bart and Panto forge an unlikely and unusual relationship. In Wendimoor, Amanda takes steps towards understanding the powers that are hidden within her.

    Director: Michael Patrick Jann

    Writer: Robert C. Cooper

  • Shapes and Colors
    8.0/10 952 votes

    #9 - Shapes and Colors

    Season 2 Episode 5 - Aired 2017-11-11

    The case seems to take a major turn when Arnold, the son of the dead Cardenas couple, shows up. Meanwhile, Amanda is led to a mystical coven in the woods of Wendimoor led by the forest witch Wakti Wapnasi, where she begins to master her unique powers.

    Director: Richard Laxton

    Writer: Max Landis

  • Little Guy, Black Hair
    8.0/10 853 votes

    #10 - Little Guy, Black Hair

    Season 2 Episode 8 - Aired 2017-12-02

    With evil forces converging, Dirk Gently must take charge to rescue the feuding Brotzman siblings from certain death. While in Bergsberg, Panto offers Bart a better life, as Farah and the police contend with the disappearance of Todd and Dirk.

    Director: Wayne Che Yip

    Writer: Russel Friend, Garrett Lerner

  • Lost and Found
    7.9/10 1,543 votes

    #11 - Lost and Found

    Season 1 Episode 2 - Aired 2016-10-29

    Todd is drawn further into the case as they learn more about the fiends who captured Patrick Spring's daughter, Lydia. Mysterious characters take a step closer to a collision, culminating in an absurd hostage exchange.

    Director: Dean Parisot

    Writer: Max Landis

  • Rogue Wall Enthusiasts
    7.9/10 1,412 votes

    #12 - Rogue Wall Enthusiasts

    Season 1 Episode 3 - Aired 2016-11-05

    Digging into Patrick Spring's past, Farah and Dirk discover the first really big clue into his murder. Todd goes to the police only to learn he has no safe harbor left and Amanda must deal with a looming presence in her life.

    Director: Michael Patrick Jann

    Writer: Max Landis

  • Fans of Wet Circles
    7.9/10 1,021 votes

    #13 - Fans of Wet Circles

    Season 2 Episode 2 - Aired 2017-10-21

    Dirk, Todd, and Farah are happily reunited and begin to investigate what Dirk believes is the case. They follow strange clues and discover the body in the car that fell out of the tree connects to one of Sheriff Hobbs’ cold cases, which concerns a missing couple and their missing son.

    Director: Douglas Mackinnon

    Writer: Russel Friend, Garrett Lerner

  • Girl Power
    7.9/10 881 votes

    #14 - Girl Power

    Season 2 Episode 6 - Aired 2017-11-18

    As we grow closer to an answer about the case and the identity of "The Boy," our villains converge to stop our heroes with a shocking outcome.

    Director: Richard Laxton

    Writer: Sinead Daly

  • Horizons
    7.8/10 2,026 votes

    #15 - Horizons

    Season 1 Episode 1 - Aired 2016-10-22

    After Todd Brotzman happens upon a murder scene, he meets self-proclaimed detective, Dirk Gently, and is drawn into a case involving the death of reclusive millionaire, Patrick Spring, and the kidnapping of his daughter Lydia. As multiple characters and storylines seem primed to converge, tangling endlessly in towards the center, it’s clear to Todd that his life will never be the same.

    Director: Dean Parisot

    Writer: Max Landis

  • Two Broken Fingers
    7.8/10 948 votes

    #16 - Two Broken Fingers

    Season 2 Episode 3 - Aired 2017-10-28

    While investigating the 40-year-old case of the two dead bodies, Dirk and the gang are surprisingly joined by Bart, who relays that she was assaulted and spins the case in a new direction — an investigation into Suzie Boreton. Elsewhere, Amanda attempts to follow the clues from her visions, unaware that Blackwing is closing in.

    Director: Michael Patrick Jann

    Writer: Matt Goldman

  • Space Rabbit
    7.6/10 1,148 votes

    #17 - Space Rabbit

    Season 2 Episode 1 - Aired 2017-10-14

    Todd and Farah are on the run from the law, heading to small town Bergsberg, Montana in search of Dirk. Mysteriously, Bart’s search for Ken takes her to the same small town, where odd, unexplainable events are starting to take place.

    Director: Douglas Mackinnon

    Writer: Max Landis

  • That Is Not Miami
    7.6/10 885 votes

    #18 - That Is Not Miami

    Season 2 Episode 7 - Aired 2017-11-25

    Lost in Wendimoor, Dirk has a crisis of confidence as he and Todd struggle with hostile natives, deadly misunderstandings and, very literally, evil knights.

    Director: Wayne Che Yip

    Writer: Molly Nussbaum