In case the mood strikes.

*WARNING*: SOME MAY CAUSE MUNCHIES.

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1. “The Interview” (2014) — James Franco and Seth Rogen’s “Pineapple Express” is a classic for all marijuana enthusiasts. Unfortunately the 2008 David Gordon Green comedy is not available on Netflix. The next best thing for Franco-Rogen lovers is the somewhat hilarious and controversial flick “The Interview.”

2. “Cheech and Chong’s Up in Smoke” (1978) — Cheech and Chong are legends. That’s all.

3. “Wilfred” (2011 – 2014) —If anyone knows how to celebrate 4/20 it’s Wilfred the dog. Watch the FX series and start a debate about what is really going on with Elijah Wood’s character.

4. “Z Nation” (2014) — “Z Nation” is a total must-watch. The Syfy TV show features a zombie baby that you’ll have to see to believe.

5. “The Big Lebowski” (1998) — Sit back with “the Dude, His Dudeness, Duder, El Duderino.”

6. “The X Files” (1993 – 2001) — Do extraterrestrials really exist? You’ll start to believe after watching a couple of back-to-back episodes.

7. “Chopped: Collection” (2013) — Fortunately Netflix has some episodes of Food Network’s “Chopped” if you’re suffering from a bad case of the munchies. Just be aware that an episode may contain basket ingredients like goat brains or beef tongue.

8. “Cast Away” (2000) — If you’re tokin’ by yourself, then “Cast Away” is a great watch. Grab some of your own sporting equipment to make your own “Wilson” for the afternoon.

9. “Fantasia” (1940) — Disney’s “Fantasia” was weird when your were a kid … imagine what it would be like to watch it now.

10. “Mean Girls” (2004) — If you’re looking for a movie to zone out to and quote, then “Mean Girls” is definitely the flick for you.

11. “Zoolander” (2001) — Start preparing for the highly anticipated sequel to “Zoolander.” Just remember … “There’s more to life than just being really, really, really good looking.”

12. “Don’t Trust The B—- In Apt. 23” (2012) — This show didn’t last long, but it’s absolutely hysterical. “Dawson’s Creek” fans will definitely appreciate James Van Der Beek’s role.

13. “Brain Games” (2011 – 2013) — Put your brain to work with this show about illusions and experiments.

14. “Reefer Madness” (1936) — If you’re looking for something older, then check out the bizarre content in “Reefer Madness.”

15. “Budz House” (2012) — Don’t you just hate it when rival gangs try to go after your weed? It’s just the worst.

16. “Chef” (2014) — Jon Favreau and Sofia Vergara will get your mouth watering in this movie about a food truck.

17. “That ‘70s Show” (1998 – 2005) — Eric, Hyde, Kelso and the others definitely know how to have a good time on 4/20.

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