13 Sitcoms With Great Holiday Episodes We Forgot About

There are so many good yet forgotten Christmas specials.
13 Sitcoms With Great Holiday Episodes We Forgot About

It's that time of year again! The leaves are changing color, the air is getting cooler, and practically every sitcom on television is doing a holiday-themed episode. While some viewers find these specials to be a charming tradition, others find them to be formulaic and unoriginal. Regardless of which camp you fall into, there's no denying that the holiday episode has become a staple of the sitcom genre.

So what makes these episodes so popular? One theory is that they provide a welcome break from the usual day-to-day problems that characters face. Instead of dealing with relationship drama or work stress, characters can come together to celebrate the holidays and enjoy each other's company. This change of pace can be refreshing for both viewers and writers alike. Additionally, holiday episodes often feature guest stars and cameo appearances, which can help to boost ratings.

Whether you love them or hate them, there's no escaping the holiday episode. So sit back, grab some eggnog, and enjoy the festive fun

Brooklyn Nine-Nine

COMEDY NERD Brooklyn Nine-NineS's Yippie Kayak is an amazing homage to Die Hard. Jake, Boyle, and Gina get trapped in a store (where they went to buy a Christmas gift) by criminals, giving Jake the perfect chance to re-enact his favorite movie - Die Hard. CRACKED.COM


Arrested Development

COMEDY NERD Arrested Development.s ер Afternoon Delight has an... awkward duet. - 3% 0173 It's performed by Michael and Maeby at The Bluth Company's Christmas party - plus, there's a bit where George Michael and his dad rebuild the banana stand. CRACKED.COM


Its Always Sunny in Philadelphia

COMEDY NERD Have you seen It's Always Sunny in Philadelphias Season 6 finale? In true IASIP form, A Very Sunny Christmas features things like naked elves and blood, but also the gang rediscovering the true meaning of Christmas. CRACKED.COM



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