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The Best Episodes of Everything Sucks!

Every episode of Everything Sucks! ranked from best to worst. Let's dive into the Best Episodes of Everything Sucks!!

It's 1996 in a town called Boring, Oregon, where high school misfits in the AV and drama clubs brave the ups and downs of teenage emotions in the VHS era.

Genres:DramaComedy
Network:Netflix

Top Episode Highlight

The best episode of "Everything Sucks!" is "We Were Merely Freshmen", rated 8.5/10 from 598 user votes. It was directed by Michael Mohan and written by Ben York Jones, Michael Mohan. "We Were Merely Freshmen" aired on 2/16/2018 and is rated 0.3 point(s) higher than the second highest rated, "I Just Wanna Be Anybody".

  • We Were Merely Freshmen
    8.5/10 598 votes

    #1 - We Were Merely Freshmen

    Season 1 Episode 10 - Aired 2018-02-16

    The Boring community comes together for the movie premiere, where angst simmers even as wounds heal and relationships blossom.

    Director: Michael Mohan

    Writer: Ben York Jones, Michael Mohan

  • I Just Wanna Be Anybody
    8.2/10 555 votes

    #2 - I Just Wanna Be Anybody

    Season 1 Episode 8 - Aired 2018-02-16

    The Boring High crew takes an emotionally exhausting trip to California to shoot a scene for the movie - minus one important member.

    Director: Michael Mohan

    Writer: Hayley Tyler

  • My Friends Have Been Eaten by Spiders
    8.2/10 540 votes

    #3 - My Friends Have Been Eaten by Spiders

    Season 1 Episode 9 - Aired 2018-02-16

    An exasperated Luke scrambles to finish the movie. Kate has important conversations with Emaline and Luke. McQuaid gets a sudden boost of confidence.

    Director: Michael Mohan

    Writer: Noelle Valdivia

  • What the Hell's a Zarginda?
    7.9/10 518 votes

    #4 - What the Hell's a Zarginda?

    Season 1 Episode 5 - Aired 2018-02-16

    Luke tries to help Kate work through her feelings. Oliver and Luke hold film auditions. Emaline takes Kate shopping. Ken invites Luke over for dinner.

    Director: Ry Russo-Young

    Writer: Ben York Jones, Michael Mohan

  • Maybe You're Gonna Be the One That Saves Me
    7.8/10 597 votes

    #5 - Maybe You're Gonna Be the One That Saves Me

    Season 1 Episode 2 - Aired 2018-02-16

    Luke plans his next move with Kate, who's having a rough day at school, and discovers VHS tapes that bring back emotional memories.

    Director: Michael Mohan

    Writer: Ben York Jones, Michael Mohan

  • Sometimes I Hear My Voice
    7.7/10 517 votes

    #6 - Sometimes I Hear My Voice

    Season 1 Episode 6 - Aired 2018-02-16

    Luke and Kate attempt to get to Portland for a concert. Ken and Sherry partake in contraband that was confiscated from a student.

    Director: Ry Russo-Young

    Writer: Ben York Jones

  • Romeo & Juliet in Space
    7.6/10 524 votes

    #7 - Romeo & Juliet in Space

    Season 1 Episode 4 - Aired 2018-02-16

    Luke presents a proposal to the drama club in an effort to make peace. Sherry and Ken engage in some impromptu immature behavior.

    Director: Michael Mohan

    Writer: Hayley Tyler

  • Cheesecake to a Fat Man
    7.4/10 496 votes

    #8 - Cheesecake to a Fat Man

    Season 1 Episode 7 - Aired 2018-02-16

    Luke wallows in anger, while Ken and Kate bask in liberation. Tyler's proficiency with dial-up internet leads to unusual drug experimentation.

    Director: Ry Russo-Young

    Writer: Sean Cummings

  • All That and a Bag of Chips
    7.3/10 543 votes

    #9 - All That and a Bag of Chips

    Season 1 Episode 3 - Aired 2018-02-16

    A pulled fire alarm lands Luke in detention and his mother in Principal Ken's office. The irate drama club plots revenge on the AV kids.

    Director: Michael Mohan

    Writer: Noelle Valdivia

  • Plutonium
    7.1/10 684 votes

    #10 - Plutonium

    Season 1 Episode 1 - Aired 2018-02-16

    As a new year begins at Boring High School, Oregon, freshman Luke impresses his friends by inviting sophomore Kate, the principal's daughter, to his house.

    Director: Michael Mohan

    Writer: Ben York Jones, Michael Mohan