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10 Trippy Shows To Watch High

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Sinking into your couch after a smoke sesh and watching some good old television is one of the best things to do when you’re high. But who has the time or energy to actually browse through thousands of titles to find the perfect watch? So relax, we’ve got you. We’ve put together some of the best trippy shows to watch when you’re high, so the only thing you’ll have to scroll through is this list.

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Best Trippy Shows in 2022

Our Planet

There’s’ just something about watching nature documentaries when you’re baked, right? I don’t know; maybe the heightened senses make us appreciate the wonders of our planet more. This documentary from the makers of “Blue Planet” and “Planet Earth,” hosted by none other than David Attenborough, the world-famous naturalist, will leave you stunned at how beautiful this world really is.

Love is Blind

Imagine falling in love without even seeing the person. Trippy, right? Now imagine watching that when you’re high. Even trippier. This is precisely why you need to watch this reality drama about couples who fall in love without meeting each other and plan their wedding in less than four weeks whenever you smoke next.

The Midnight Gospel

If animated shows are your jam, you should definitely add this to your list of shows to watch high. The show’s plot revolves around a space caster who traverses through trippy universes and explores life’s existential questions. Additionally, the psychedelic landscapes are a trip to watch when you’re high.


When Jeff Winger’s law degree is revoked, he is forced to enroll in Greendale Community College. His circumstances lead him to form a group of random, eccentric misfits from all walks of life. Together, this odd study group goes through some fun, quirky adventures.

Russian Doll

Nadia is on her way to be a guest of honor at a party in New York. However, she finds herself trapped in an endless loop as she attends the same event every night and dies at the end of it. But the following day, she wakes up as if nothing happened. The show revolves around her trying to get out of this trippy loop.


Maniac is a psychological dramedy starring Jonah Hill and Emma Stone. Although the pair seems unlikely, they actually work well on screen together. The show revolves around them and ten other people who sign up for a pharmaceutical trial. None of the candidates are given any details of what the trial entails, and what happens next is the farthest thing you’d expect from a medical trial. Go into the show blindly, and we promise you, you won’t regret it.

Black Mirror

This futuristic sci-fi anthology is definitely not for the faint-hearted. But if you would like to see a take on how dark technology can get, this show is definitely worth watching. There’s even a standalone interactive episode called ‘Bandersnatch,’ where you get to decide the protagonists’ every move. Honestly, you don’t even need to be high to enjoy this show, but it only gets better after some Mary Jane.


Fleabag is a painfully relatable existential comedy about a woman who is just like us – confused, lost, angry, and just finding her way through life. All while mourning the loss of her best friend, running the cafe they both started together, dealing with her eccentric family, and trying to find love simultaneously. The best part? Phoebe Waller-Bridge constantly breaks the fourth wall to talk to the audience throughout the series, which is extra trippy when you’re high!

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Impractical Jokers

Who doesn’t love a good prank show, especially when they’re baked? Impractical Jokers was created by four lifelong friends who are on a mission to publicly humiliate and embarrass each other. In every episode, they come up with hilarious dares and scenarios for each other, and whoever fails to complete these tasks has to face a punishment they can’t say no to. If you enjoy comedy, this show definitely deserves a spot on your watchlist.

That 70’s Show

That 70’s Show is a period sitcom about six teenagers who live in a fictional town called Point Place in Wisconsin. Though the show never really shows it, it’s pretty evident that these teenagers are high for a significant part of the series. Additionally, the show also has some crazy guest appearances by Tommy Chong. So you know you can expect some stoner humor and god laughs from this series.

Bonus Picks

  • The Good Place
  • Adventure Time
  • Rick and Morty
  • The Office
  • Schitt’s Creek

Even More Laughs

Get ready to laugh till you cry with these hilariously trippy shows to watch high. And once you’re done and looking for more laughs, check out this list of the funniest comedy films.