The 67th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards airs Sept. 20, but before you start stressing out because you still haven't seen some of the nominated shows, relax – we've got you covered!
PEOPLE has put together a list of the must-see episodes you need to watch after Sunday's ceremony.
Orange Is the New Black: "Fear, and Other Smells"
《女子监狱》：“Fear, and Other Smells”
There is so much to love about this show. Although the flashbacks feature Alex (Laura Prepon), numerous members of the ensemble cast get their chance to shine. Lori Petty is perfect as Alex's wide-eyed, paranoia-inducing tormentor Lolly. Danielle Brooks and Samira Wiley perform a heartbreaking confrontation between Taystee and Poussey when the latter's alcohol problem reaches a low point. Piper (Taylor Schilling) delivers a rousing, hilarious speech to convince her fellow inmates to donate their, um, "sweat" to her panty-pilfering business.
Parks and Recreation: "Leslie and Ron"
《公园和游憩》：“Leslie and Ron”
While some of us are still devastated by the fact that Parks and Recended in February, being able to rewatch the show's many amazing episodes, like this one, does slightly help us cope. In one of the strongest episodes of the seventh and final (sob) season, we finally find out why TV's most unlikely friendship reached an impasse. Leslie (Amy Poehler) and Ron (Nick Offerman) are locked in their old office by their cohorts, forcing them to talk through their feud.
American Horror Story: Freak Show: "Blood Bath"
AHS is never one to disappoint, so be assured that "Blood Bath" involves quite a bit of, well, blood. But the events leading up to the titular bathing scene are what really give this episode its punch. It delivers the backstory of gleefully sociopathic Dandy (Finn Wittrock), showing the scope of his journey from privileged brat to matricidal maniac. Meanwhile, AHS powerhouses (and acting nominees) Jessica Lange and Kathy Bates are pitted against each other as Elsa and Ethel. Their feud culminates in a violent death and an even more brutal cover-up.
Silicon Valley: "Homicide"
Like the show in general, the sixth episode of Silicon Valley's sophomore season is anxiety-inducing, cringe-worthy and hilarious. It starts with Gavin Belson (Matt Ross) having an A-plus freakout over his company's very public humiliation, and keeps delivering from there. We get greater insight into Erlich (T.J. Miller) and his relationship with Richard (Thomas Middleditch) when a rival from his past makes an appearance. Dinesh (Kumail Nanjiani) and Gilfoyle (Martin Starr) have a gloriously terrible debate over whether to let a rude daredevil meet a gory end. And Jared (Zach Woods) lets his oblivious flag fly and tries to force female outliers Carla (Alice Wetterlund) and Monica (Amanda Crew) to be friends.
Empire: "Unto the Breach"
《嘻哈帝国》："Unto the Breach"
It's hard to single out one episode of the explosive hit, but the relentlessly fast pace of "Unto the Breach" definitely makes it one of the season's most memorable entries. With Andre's (Trai Byers) illness earning significant screen time, Cookie (best actress nomineeTaraji P. Henson) up to her antics and the typical family scheming/fighting going on.
真的很难从这部给人冲击力感觉的剧里挑出一集出来讲，但"Unto the Breach"一集中紧凑的剧情绝对能成为该季最让人记忆深刻的剧集之一。安德烈(德赖·拜耳饰)的病情是该集的主要内容，库奇(塔拉吉-P-汉森饰，最佳女演员提名)变得更加古怪，而这个大家庭里的明争暗斗也一直在继续。