ICONIC THANKSGIVING MOMENTS

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Thanksgiving season is in the air and many places adhere to this theme. Television shows are no exception in this case. There are many shows which release a thanksgiving edition episode. And here are the shows that are the best to watch after eating all of that Turkey. While many shows do these specials, some just outnumber the other.

FRIENDS: THE ONE WITH THE RUMOR ON NETFLIX:-

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FRIENDS

FRIENDS aired for 10 whole seasons and every season has given its audience a good laugh. It has been consistent with this tradition until its end. The most iconic episode will remain the episode where Brad Pitt makes a guest appearance as Will from Rachel and Ross’s high school. In the show, Will is shown to being angry towards Rachel as she was mean to him in high school. He was so mad at her that he created a rumor about her. With this main plot and the side plot Joey and the turkey, whoever catches it will have a good laugh.

HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER SLAPSGIVING ON HULU:-

HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER SLAPSGIVING

In season 3 the group is preparing for Marshal ad Lily’s first Thanksgiving as a married couple. Lily wants everything to be perfect. But, everything goes downhill as it was in between Ted and Robin’s break-up. The whole scenario brings a good laugh to the audience.

THE OFFICE: WUPHF.COM ON NETFLIX:-

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This iconic show is also is no stranger to a thanksgiving episode. In the episode the infamous festival with a hay festival which is hilarious.

This episode is called WUPHF. com and it sure is a light-hearted episode. In this episode, Dwight makes a hay festival in the parking lot to get over the childhood trauma caused by his family and their competitive hay festivals, in which Dwight never got to be king. On the other hand, Ryan is doing his best to keep his website on. This makes the audience laugh and has a good time watching it.

BROOKLYN NINE-NINE: TWO TURKEYS ON HULU

BROOKLYN NINE-NINE

This episode of thanksgiving was significant as it shows the families of Jake and Amy. This Thanksgiving episode shows the nature of Jake and Amy’s fathers and the passive and aggressive Jake and Amy’s mothers. This makes this comedy series an apt one to watch on a Thanksgiving evening.