Sure, partying and socializing are fun, but I know there are times when the one thing I desire to do at the end of the week is stay in and do absolutely nothing. Sometimes the most enjoyable evening can be found plopped in front of your laptop, poised to binge watch your favorite new TV show with a pint of Ben & Jerry's ice cream.

Having just the right snack to accompany your show is like finding the yin to your yang, the peanut butter to your jelly, the Blair to your Serena. Follow these suggestions and having a night in will be the best decision you've ever made.

"Scandal": Chocolate Therapy

You can't truly watch Scandal without some red wine, and chocolate will pair well with a glass (or two). Also, the near constant stress of this show ensures you'll probably need therapy after a few episodes. 

#SpoonTip: Looking for other ways to pair wine and chocolate? Try these cupcakes.

"Stranger Things": Any Cereal Splashback flavor

As we all know, Eleven loved Eggo waffles, but unfortunately Ben & Jerry's has yet to release a waffle or maple syrup flavor (although they definitely should). I'm sure she'd appreciate other sweet breakfasts, like some delicious sugary cereal, too.

"That 70's Show": Half Baked

This one pretty much speaks for itself. Want to feel like you're really a part of the clan's inner circle? Grab a pint of half-baked and have yourself a night.

"American Horror Story": Red Velvet Cake

Get it? Cause blood is red and so is red velvet and there's a lot of blood in the show? Red is creepy. I know it's a stretch but who doesn't love red velvet. Just go with it.

"Black Mirror": Peanut Butter Fudge Core

Core flavors have revolutionized the way we devour an entire pint of ice cream. This is ice cream of the future meets technology of the future—but indulging in a Ben & Jerry's Core pint hopefully won't destroy your life.

"House of Cards": Americone Dream

Never before have politics been this enjoyable. Pretending you understand all the political lingo on "House of Cards" while devouring ice cream with Stephen Colbert on it? You must be quite the informed citizen.

"Bob's Burgers": Vanilla

Burgers are an American classic. Why not pair this staple fast food with the staple ice cream flavor? While you're at it, throw together your own homemade burger and really get the night going.

"Series of Unfortunate Events": Everything But The...

With chocolate, vanilla, peanut butter cups, fudge-covered toffee, and more, this Everything But The... has literally anything you could want in an ice cream. Get yourself a pint just as chaotic as the lives of the poor Baudelaire orphans. 

"Gossip Girl": New York Super Fudge Chunk

"Gossip Girl" is synonymous with New York City and the Upper East Side, so pay homage to S and B's hometown with a spoon and this rich pint of Ben & Jerry's.

And, with that, happy binge watching!