Best Thanksgiving Episodes To Stream Now
There is a real festive spirit around the long holidays. For some people Thanksgiving means long hours in the car, abundant family time, and tons of delicious meals. But for some people Thanksgiving is more about binge-watching their favorite TV shows as the telecast their Thanksgiving themed episodes. In this platinum era of television, festival celebrations are a bit laid back. Yet, amid these cynical times, we look back at TV’s most inventive, ingenious, and entertaining Thanksgiving themed episodes.
Friends Best Thanksgiving Episodes
Around Halloween we would suggest you to stream all Halloween centric episodes of Roseanne. But when it comes to Thanksgiving, Friends really nailed the entertainment quotient. The iconic season five episode “The One With All the Thanksgivings” featuring vintage versions of their lead cast; Monica (Courteney Cox), Rachel (Jennifer Aniston), Phoebe (Lisa Kudrow), Ross (David Schwimmer), Chandler (Matthew Perry) and Joey (Matt LeBlanc) was ideally the best Thanksgiving episode FRIENDS gave it audience. From fat Monica, to mustached Ross, to Chandler’s broken thumb, every moment of the particular episode made us erupt into the giggles. The climactic point on the show was when Monica ended up wearing a Turkey, and in all honesty loyal viewers laughed at the episode until their tummies groaned with pain.
Bob’s Burger An Indecent Thanksgiving Proposal:
Bob Burger’s, ‘An Indecent Thanksgiving Proposal” received 3.94 million views and has become the fourth most-watched program of the Animation Domination block for the night. The fifth episode of the third season of the American animated comedy series is all about Thanksgiving celebrations. Lizzie and Wendy Molyneux has put all the hilarious flavor to spice up this Turkey Day special. As a result, a series of comical events, comically, followed after Bob Belcher (H. Jon Benjamin) agreed to rent out his family wife to his landlord Calvin Fischoeder (Kevin Kline). Bob’s family is now Calvin,s family. Fischoeder introduced them to impress a guest named Shelby (Lindsey Stoddart) at Thanksgiving dinner.As a matter of fact, Where is Bob himself? Oh, the guy is now the pretended cook of Calvin. The chef is totally ignored during the feast and the episode concluded with Bob chatting with his sole friend, ‘The Dinner Turkey’
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia? In “The Gang Squashes Their Beefs,”
the lovable yet chaotic gang from this hilarious 2005 sitcom now gather their enemies in an attempt to straighten out the past nine seasons of grody attitudes. The final episode of season 9, Gang squashes their beef, hilariously revolves around the beefy war with people in Philadelphia. This episode, genuinely, stuck the viewer via the havoc created to execute the Thanksgiving plans. In fact, The gang tries to convince their foes that Thanksgiving is about making peace at the dinner. The dinner later flares up a chaos. Everyone is yelling over each other, thus the dinner ends up with a barbarous food fight. The ending of the Gang Squash their Beef, though seems cynical yet after all the gang realize that they don’t need anybody else. The gang then spend the remaining portion of their time together.
Master of None
Master of None‘s “Thanksgiving” episode is an absolute epic. The eighth episode from season 2 won an Emmy for writing. The Denis-centric episode also focuses on Thanksgiving. However, this festive installment from popular American comedy is quite far from the conventional family drama or bitter conflicts that try their best to ruin the festive atmosphere. In fact, Master Of None showcases a unique emotional scene on the “Thanksgiving episode.”