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Friends: All 10 Thanksgiving Episodes Ranked From Worst To Best

By / Published on Monday, 28 Nov 2016 12:07 PM / No Comments / 88 views

Thanksgiving means a lot of things including good food, good times with family, good football and for many TV fans, Friends, and not the kind you celebrate with. From 1994 to 2004, every Thanksgiving meant a new Friends Thanksgiving episode, and they have all gone down as 10 of the best episodes in the show’s entire episode cannon. Although we may no longer get a new episode every year, it is always fun to look back at the many years of them fans did get! While none of the Thanksgiving episodes were bad, some were better than others, leaving us with all 10 Friends’ Thanksgiving episodes ranked from worst to best:

10. The One With the List (Season 2)

Season two’s “The One With the List” is by no means a bad Friends episode, but it is the worst of the Thanksgiving episodes simply because it didn’t really have a lot to do with the holiday at all. While other episodes center around the day, this episode was the follow-up to Ross and Rachel’s epic kiss, and focused mostly on their relationship with only a few mentions of the fact that it is Thanksgiving.

Source: NBC

Source: NBC

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9. The One Where Chandler Doesn’t Like Dogs (Season 7)

When it comes to the many amazing Thanksgiving episodes, it is safe to say fans will agree that season seven’s “The One Where Chandler Doesn’t Like Dogs” just doesn’t measure up. As to be expected the episode revolves around Chandler pretending to be allergic to dogs only to reveal he actually just hates all dogs. Instead of the friends themselves, this episode also has a lot to do with Tag, and it is mostly better when these holiday episodes focus on the group. It ranks slightly higher than season two’s episode because it gave fans the iconic Joey quote: “This is all a moo point…It’s like a cow’s opinion. You know, it just doesn’t matter. It’s moo.”

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Source: Mirror

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