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The Merriest Christmas TV Episodes to Watch Between Meals, Presents, and Holiday Cheer
There might be Chrismukkah episodes that are better than others—honestly, “The Best Chrismukkah Ever” from the first season where Seth makes a choice between Summer and Anna is probably the best. But the others totally creep up on you like season four’s “The Chrismukk-huh?” which is a Groundhog Day-esque homage that brings some closure over Marissa’s death. Whichever you choose, you can’t go wrong.
I may be biased, but anyGossip Girlepisode that puts Blair front and center is bound to be a good one. With her father back in town for the holidays with his lover Roman, we get peak scheming Blair, riddled with jealously.
Meanwhile, Serena is trying to find the perfect gift for Dan that’s under dollars. It all ends up in a very sweet ending for all...well maybe not for Rufus.
In case you want some darker Christmas fare,Black Mirror
has you covered with their special holiday episode that connects three stories together narrated by two men (one of which is Jon Hamm!) who are stuck in a remote cabin during some very wintery weather. This beingBlack Mirror, don’t expect something too cheery and upbeat, the great performance by Hamm is worth adding to your viewing list.
Season three ofBuffy the Vampire Slayeris a rough one. After Angel and Buffy sleep together, he’s turned into Angelus, the evil murderous version of himself. Even once he’s changed back to Angel, there’s an obvious level of distrust from the Scooby Gang. But, when he starts reliving the memories of all of the people he’s killed (and drags Buffy along with him), they realize that the First Evil is haunting him. This ep is a pretty sad one, but its gorgeous ending really makes up for it.
The excellentMy So-Called Lifehad an equally excellent Christmas episode that follows Rickie, who is out on the streets after having a fight with his abusive uncle. Angela tries to help Rickie to the best of her abilities which puts her and her mom in an awkward situation.
When Rickie runs out, Angela is aided by a mysterious stranger (90s rock icon Juliana Hatfield) to find him. One of the best things about this episode is that it’s one of those “high concept” holiday episode that adds supernatural elements into the mix in such a grounded way that it works out surprisingly well.
With the Hulu reboot ofVeronica Marsawaiting us in 2019, now is as good a time as any to revisit the beloved teen P.I. show starring Kristen Bell. Their holiday episode has Veronica investigating a thief who stole money from Logan Echolls and a laptop from Duncan containing personal information about his previous relationship with Veronica.
While Veronica investigates, “An Echolls Family Christmas,” also delves into the rest of Logan Echolls' relatives, who aren’t the greatest.
I mean how could anOfficeChristmas episode be bad when Dwight brings in a dead goose to prepare for the holiday? When Michael’s girlfriend breaks up with him, the guys go to Benihana and find some dates for their office Christmas party.
Meanwhile, There are competing office Christmas parties once Angela kicks Karen off the party planning committee, Karen and Pam join forces to throw another party. And per usual, there’s a lot of Jim and Pam longing. The holidays man!
Mad Men’sseason five Christmas episode is pretty much fan fiction for everyone who wants to watch Don Draper and Joan Holloway cosplay as a couple to find out more information for a potential account with Jaguar. It’s a lovely holiday episode watching two people connect over their life foibles, as they commiserate over drinks.
30 Rockalways has pretty solid Christmas episodes, especially because we usually get to see the divine Elaine Stritch as Jack’s mother, Colleen.
When Jack accidentally hits his mom with a car, things go a bit haywire. Jack takes out his frustration about not being able to take his Christmas vacation on the TGS staff, making them produce a last-minute Christmas episode. Don’t worry, Liz Lemon showcases some classic awkward Lemon behavior, this time telling some kids that Santa isn’t real.
Early seasons ofHow I Met Your Motherwere some of the best in sitcom history, so of course their Christmas episode in season 2 is a must-watch.
Lily and Marshall are back together just in time for Christmas after their breakup, so this year she’s going to go over the top with the holiday planning. But when she hears that Ted called her something really, really awful while she and Marshall were apart, Lily decides to take back all the holiday celebrations, putting Marshall in the middle during his favorite holiday.
The first holiday that Monica and Chandler spend as an engaged couple, Monica's plans begin to go awry when Phoebe starts it off by displaying her mother’s skull candy dish.
Ross is having his own problems, wanting to teach his son (hey, Cole Sprouse!) all about Hanukkah, which Ben keeps countering with Christmas stuff. When Ross tries to surprise Ben with a Santa costume, he ends up with the iconic armadillo suit instead.
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