Top Ten Best Rocko's Modern Life EpisodesThe best episodes of the 1993-1996 Nicktoon "Rocko's Modern Life" which centers on the surreal life of an anthropomorphic wallaby named Rocko and his friends.
Since I saw the show on Paramount+, I did not really like the show since it had so much confusion on what is going on and idiotic citizens who beat up Rocko for little-to-no reason. When I watched the episode, it was my favorite episode of the show and the only one that I give 5 stars. I liked that scene where Heffer and Filburt secretly record Rocko going downstairs to get a glass of milk naked. The next day, the video went viral before YouTube existed.
Rocko tries to send his parents a video tape of how he's doing, but Heffer and Filburt use it to video tape his private moments
This is the only episode where Rocko is accidentally filmed nude (a reference to Nude Descending A Staircase), and the public result when the video nearly goes viral is as pricelessly hilarious as it is disturbing. "He's completely... NAKED. WITH NO CLOTHES ON! "
An episode about a show within a show. "Wacky Delly" is designed to be the worst show ever, but people still eat it up like maniacs.
Best Rocko episode in my opinion, hands down.
Rocko discovers that the creator of The Fatheads is Ed and Bev Bighead's estranged son, who Ed has disowned for leaving the corporate world for a career in animation
Another episode about a show within a show. It is emotionally deeper than "Wacky Delly" (Ralph's cartoon series, "The Fatheads", is causing arguments and conflicts with his corporate father Ed) but is not nearly as funny.
This was originally the pilot episode. I prefer the official extended version, but either way, this episode about Rocko scrambling to pick up all his trash on trash day is a classic. And who could forget the psychotic stray dog, Earl? "Garbage day is a very dangerous day."
Charmingly rough, but at points had great animation. Literally as I was watching it I thought to myself that it must have been one of the first episodes ever produced. I wasn't wrong. Overall, this episode was incredible.
One of the only environmental protection musicals to openly admit how preachy and sappy it is.
This will teach Mr. Bighead about not caring for the country and littering
The high-school flashback was the real meat of this episode. The potato-battery science-experiment idea was really creative, and Filburt going insane over potato chips after Heffer ate the potato was especially hilarious.
The best flashback was when Mr. Bighead talked about when Heffer was his paperboy (back when he was the handsomest man in town).
That Satanic guy named Peaches was what really made this episode. He acts like Satan, but he's really just doing his job. Also, the plot of this episode is pretty wacky and disturbing, which I like.
This episode was funny and dark at the time.
I don't like this episode. It's too demonic.
I love this episode so much that I watch it even when it's nowhere near Halloween.
This is an incredibly dark and horrifying episode but that's why it's amazing!
A spat followed by a disappearance leads Rocko to believe that Mrs. Bighead murdered Ed
Crazy bus drivers, Americanization, cheesy French love proposal scenes... This episode had it all.
It's not my absolute favorite (that would be Wacky Delly), but it needs to be higher. 67th place is ridiculous.
At least Rocko won in the end.
Filburt gets bad luck from a fortune cookie as it says the same word which is Bad Luck and Extreme Misfortune will infest your pathetic soul for all eternity. He got fortune cookies to celebrate him being Mr Lucky 'Game Spinner Show' but will his bad luck ruin his chance? find out
At least he won in the end.
Filburt's marriage proposal to Dr. Hutchinson, which sounds pretty normal by the show's standards, predictably goes hilariously wrong. In the end, though, they get married.
Mrs Bighead is an odd one, she is. Just one of the many reasons we have a fence between our houses.
This episode had Heffer trying to help Mr. Bighead win a golfing match between him and his boss (even though he's NOT supposed to win), a parody of Darth Vader, exploding pianos, and a flying tractor! How is this not a great episode?
The best episode. They light up Ed with like 80 pianos when he's just trying to hit the ball.
I love the ending when Rocko's Grandma revealed to be Filbert the whole time, trying to get back at Heffer. After he laughed about how he finally got him, Heffer ended the episode by saying, "I knew it was him the whole time! "
I love this one!
This had to be the world's scariest episodes ever made, Have you saw these ghost's? Its crazy
My favorite! I was laughing!