Billy on the Street has had a surprising and, to a certain extent, confusing number of homes since it began. While it's existed in some capacity for 15 years, it began its TV run on the Fuse network in 2011 before leaping to truTV in 2015, eventually moving to Funny or Die in 2018 as a shortform web series. But, as of last week, the entire Billy on the Street catalogue lives on Netflix. Through all of the series' changes, Eichner's madcap dashes around the streets of Manhattan have remained wonderfully consistent. His star has grown -- he's now Timon, after all -- but when he's quizzing random people with a celebrity in tow about pop culture ephemera, he remains as passionate and unhinged as ever. See, for instance, the latest offering in which Eichner drags around Chris Evans, promoting his new film Knives Out, to celebrate the series' Netflix launch, scream about his distaste for Marvel movies, and explain, "Ladies, I know the Kominsky method and I'm not sharing it!" Before you dive into the wealth of Billy that's on Netflix, here are 10 essential moments from the series.