If you can only get the entire series, there are many better ones out there.
None of the good episodes are so exceptional that they'd make you forget the worse ones.
Any cure, according to the Book of Leviticus, would need the equivalent of a "Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval" from the priests so that the formerly unclean could be ritually restored to the community. How can they, because Jesus has done nothing outwardly to assure them of a cure?
"This," Henry notes, "was a trial of their obedience." How would they respond to the Lord's ambiguous command?
One day Jesus encountered thanklessness while traversing what Puritan commentator Matthew Henry calls "the frontier-country, the marches that lay between Samaria and Galilee." The story is found in Luke 17.