I absolutely love the very first one 'The Dragon's Call', then 'The Last Dragonlord' , 'The Crystal Cave' and 'A Servant of two Masters' and also 'The Wicked Day'.
Out of the three BBC shows that I've seen all of (Doctor Who, Sherlock, and Merlin), the only episode that actually made tears come down my face was The Labyrinth of Gedref in s1. It's a bit ridiculous (of course that might be the reason WHY it's one of my favorites ) but I have a certain soft spot for Sweet Dreams.

It's kind of a mood whiplash after the serious of some of the preceding episodes, but I need a breath of laughter after that.
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