Christmas specials from our favorite TV shows

Christmas makes for the most wonderful time of the year to spend with your loved ones. If you are one of those who would want to spend Christmas staying indoors, then we have got a list of Christmas special episodes from famous TV series for you to enjoy. They’ll make you laugh, feel nostalgic and give you a new take on the holidays.

Friends, “The One With The Holiday Armadillo”

 

 

Friends is our favourite when it comes to festival special episodes. From Thanksgiving to Christmas, all 10 seasons have given us great episodes. But this episode is our favourite. Ross is at his funny best trying to make Christmas special for his son. When he can’t find a Santa costume he buys a giant armadillo suit.

Friends airs in India on Comedy Central

The Office, “Christmas Party”

 

This show has made us laugh through all seasons. But this one really gives us Christmas feel. The epic Christmas party thrown to land a big client gets way out of hand. The episode is a reminder that office parties can easily take an awkward turn.

Will & Grace, “A Gay Olde Christmas”

 

Will & Grace continues to rule our hearts over decades. This Christmas special episode is all about the four playing throwbacks to their characters and Leslie Jordan surprising us with his guest appearance as Beverly Leslie.

Will & Grace airs in India on Comedy Central

How I Met Your Mother, “How Lily Stole Christmas

 

These 5 friends and their love triangles have entertained us season after season. This is another show which has had some great festive special episodes. In this episode, Barney and Lily stole the show, with Lily being upset with Ted for putting her in the bad light when she was broken up with Marshall, and Barney is too sick for his Christmas plans.

How I Met Your Mother will air on Star World

 

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