20 Best TV Moments of 2014

From a 'Broad City' birthday to a clone dance party, these were the small-screen scenes that shocked us, shook us and cracked us up in a big way

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'The Americans': Moving In for the Kill
'The Americans' Courtesy: FX8/20

8. 'The Americans': Moving In for the Kill

The Cold War spy thriller tightened the screws, with Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys as married Soviet agents, living undercover in the D.C. suburbs of 1982. The phenomenal second season had a phenomenal finale—a chase scene scored to Golden Earring's faux-metal, faux-new-wave, faux-everything classic "Twilight Zone." Somehow all the rapid-fire emotional and political betrayals come together, as the song screams out the riddle these spies desperately need to solve: "Where am I to go now that I've gone too far?" When the bullet hits the bone, indeed.

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