"Sometimes," This is Us Season 3 Episode 7
Traveling alone may be more adventuresome, but what happens if you come down with food poisoning or have an emotional meltdown? This is why "Sometimes" makes the case for traveling with someone who always has your back.
"The Vacation Solution," The Big Bang Theory Season 5 Episode 16
Workaholics need breaks -- for everyone else's if not their own sakes -- too. Now if you're someone who refuses to zone out and take it easy, follow Sheldon's example and take a job in a different field. Sheldon's attitude, on the other hand, is more like a guide on what not to do in a new workplace.
"Girls in Bikinis, Boys Doin' the Twist," Gilmore Girls Season 4 Episode 17
Rory and Paris can't do spring break, but they can teach it. Important lessons they've taught us include tipping staff members as you go and not letting friends access your phone because they'll drunk dial your ex. Anyone wanting to learn how girl-on-girl action gets you free stuff must enroll in Madeline and Louise's advanced seminar.
"Why Don't We Get Drunk," Hart of Dixie Season 2 Episode 18
Jonah is a tool, but he wasn't wrong when he said the point of spring break is spontaneity. Put away the list away and let yourself get caught up in the debauchery. The last thing anyone should want is to look back and realize you didn't seize the opportunity to do something worth regretting.
"Beach Blanket Bizzaro," Sabrina the Teenage Witch Season 5 Episode 17
Couples don't have to spend all their spring break time together. However, it's a good idea to occasionally compromise and schedule activities both parties want to do. Otherwise, you could spend your entire vacation alone and rethinking the entire relationship.
"Standoff," Madam Secretary Season 1 Episode 12
Elizabeth and Henry are here to remind you that a staycation with Chinese takeout and Scrabble can be way more fun than fancy hotels and upscale restaurants.