“Rick and Morty” Season 4 is currently on a hiatus, with the second half of the fourth season expected to drop later this year. The show has been consistently churning out highly enjoyable episodes one after another. While fans might have a slightly different ranking, here is our pick for five best episodes from the entire series, from the first to the fourth season.

Total Rickall (season 2, episode 4)

Fans would probably remember “Total Rickall” as that episode where Earth was infiltrated by telepathic alien parasites. Rick tries to warn everyone to watch out for “wacky, zany characters that suddenly appear,” according to Inverse.

Indeed, it was one bizarre yet fun episode to watch as fans get to witness a giant rubber ducky with arms, a dinosaur with a camera and a talking pencil. It also introduced Mr. Poopybutthole as well as Sleepy Gary. With its great sci-fi storytelling, “Total Rickall” has the recipe of what a perfect “Rick and Morty” episode should be. This episode also claimed the top spot of Tech Radar’s best “Rick and Morty” episodes rankings.

The Ricklantis Mixup (season 3, episode 7)

“The Ricklantis Mixup” (a.k.a. “Tales From the Citadel”), is the seventh episode of “Rick and Morty” Season 3. It features the suicidal “Slick” Morty, the Cop Morty and, of course, the return of Evil Morty.

The Ricks Must Be Crazy (Season 2, Episode 6)

“The Ricks Must Be Crazy” is the sixth episode of “Rick and Morty” Season 2. It is considered to be one of the most well-rounded episodes of the series.

In the episode, Rick created a micro-society just to power up his ship’s battery. There’s also an advanced AI willing to do unsettling stuff that’s a bit too disturbing for some fans. Den of Geek says it “more than fulfills the quota for dark shit that makes Rick and Morty what it is.”

The Rickshank Rickdemption (season 3, episode 1)

Season 3’s premiere dropped unexpectedly on April Fools’ Day. Rick is still in while Earth is still a colony of the Federation. But what’s interesting about the episode is that it gave fans Rick’s backstory giving them a glimpse of what’s driving the mad scientist.

Rixty Minutes (season 1, episode 8)

This is the eighth episode in the show’s first season known for being the first Interdimensional Cable episode. “Rixty Minutes” introduced Ants in My Eyes Johnson, Real Fake Doors and Two Brothers.

Dan Harmon, Sarah Chalke and Justin Roiland of Rick and Morty (L-R) Co-creator Dan Harmon, actor Sarah Chalke and Co-creator Justin Roiland at the 'Rick and Morty' L.A. Press Junket on July 17, 2017 in Los Angeles, California. “Rick and Morty” was renewed for 70 episodes. Charley Gallay/Getty Images for TBS