The spin-off movie, the spin-off series, and all of the live-action adaptations do not follow the canonical storyline, and hence one can watch it anytime they see fit. Although, it is better not to jump on to it initially without prior knowledge of the original.
Considering the tv series and all the theatrical movies released, you are looking at a total of 503 hours and 6 minutes of runtime, which is approximately 21 days of binge-watching.
An episode being on this list does not necessarily mean that I am insisting that you watch it. It is calling the case out as one that someone might not want to miss for some reason or reasons, with those listed. If the reason given does not look like it matters to you, feel free to ignore that episode.
The *Main Plot* label is only there to point out episodes that you definitely should not skip, since listing the spoiler-lite reasons alone may not be enough. Watching only those episodes is missing out on most of the character development, which is what mainly causes you to care about what happens in those episodes in the first place. While I am not necessarily recommending that you watch every case listed, I am suggesting that you find a balance somewhere in the middle that works for you.
740-741 [INTL 793-794] (manga 856-858|V81F6-8): Minor Sera development. Also starts with a recap of the only tiny part of 738-739 that has any relevance to the plot, so watching this case makes that one easily skippable.
But since these are, absolutely, the last TV episodes featuring Suchet as Poirot, they do provide a satisfying conclusion to a very long-running viewing experience. The actor has grown into the role, sporting wrinkles to match the wisdom, and perfecting the twinkle in his eye whenever, as the detective himself would put it, Poirot has finally solved the case as only Poirot can. And think of it: The actors of the current movie Boyhood have gotten lots of praise for filming and playing their roles over a 12-year period. David Suchet, as Hercule Poirot, has done the same thing for twice as long.
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My first pick is Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit. Follow me on this one! Sure, it's the sequel of an already silly movie, but none of that really matters, because the singing is so good in this movie, it'll make you want to cry. It's starring Lauryn Hill, who portrays troubled teen Rita, with the voice of an angel. The school she attends at the convent is run-down and on the verge of closing. The school brings in Sister Mary Clarence, played by Whoopi Goldberg, to teach the music class. She later helps the kids take their singing to a competition where they are a bit out of their league. Can they win it all and convince the Diocese to keep the school open? You'll have to watch to find out, but if you just want to hear the music, check out the movie's awesome soundtrack.
Slumdog Millionaire is one of those movies that puts its characters in very difficult situations, but in the end, the pay-off is huge. Jamal, played by Dev Patel, is trying to win a million dollars on a tv game show, and in the process, he is suspected of cheating. He begins to tell the story of his life to prove how he knows the answers. The result is an often harrowing recounting of his time as a child in the slums of India. You've most likely seen this multi-award winner, but in case you haven't, be sure to check it out. 2b1af7f3a8