6 Best Thanksgiving TV Episodes to Watch This Holiday Season

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With Thanksgiving almost upon us, it's time to reflect on what we're most grateful for, and this, of course, includes our favorite TV shows. So to celebrate Turkey Day, here are the six top Thanksgiving-themed episodes you should definitely be watching this holiday season.

1. "The One With the Rumor" - Friends

Ah, yes. The one where Brad Pitt shows up and even though he had the early 2000s frosted tips in his hair, he still was complete eye candy. The episode was shot in 2001 and included Will, played by Pitt, who was a high school member of the "I Hate Rachel Green Club."

2. "The Gang Squashes Their Beefs" - It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia

In an unexpected twist on a traditional Thanksgiving episode, our favorite Philadelphia deadbeats host a Thanksgiving dinner for everyone they have issues with. (Hint: It's a pretty big group of people!) The hilarious 2013 episode shows Charlie take the whole "squashing the beef" thing literally and serves up squash and beef.

3. "Three Turkeys" - Modern Family

In this 2014 episode, Luke and Phil offer to take over the Thanksgiving duties but in classic Claire-mode, she has a secret backup plan. It's a perfect combination of confusion, control freaks and mayhem.

4. "A Deep-Fried Korean Thanksgiving" - Gilmore Girls

If the adorable banter between Rory and Lorelai can't get you in the holiday mood, nothing will. This 2002 episode's plot features Lorelai and Rory getting invited to way too many Thanksgiving dinners and having to pretend to be hungry for all of them.

5. "Thanksgiving" - Master of None

Master of None didn't mess around with their 2017 Thanksgiving episode. Aziz Ansari and Lena Waithe even won an Emmy for Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series for this one. It's an amazing episode and really moving. Get ready to cry in your turkey!

6. "Harvest Festival" - Parks and Recreation

Who could capture the spirit of an American town celebrating the holidays better than Parks and Recreation? The 2011 episode shows how sweet it is when a team comes together to celebrate the harvest. And of course, there are some minor catastrophes along the way.