The Best 'Friends' Thanksgiving Episodes Ever

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Sure, the writers shoehorned in a subplot about Monica making Mocklate—a fake chocolate—for a job, but this episode was really about Ross and Rachel following their first kiss.

She does, but of course, Rachel, Phoebe, Ross, and Joey show up late because they went to a sporting event. Ho hum.

Chandler is probably my favorite character on the show and makes a scenario funny even when he's in the wrong—like in this episode.

Any time there is any sort of sibling rivalry between Ross and Monica, there are going to be tons of laughs. Plus, classic boys vs. girls scenarios are always hilarious (e. g.

This season-eight episode aired during the height of Aniston/Pitt mania, so naturally, it was going to be a ratings juggernaut, but it wouldn't rank so high on the countdown if it wasn't so good.

During its 10-year run, the show dominated Thanksgiving episodes with hilarious jokes and great celebrity cameos that still stand the test of time.

Anyway, the highlight of the dinner is, of course, the reveal that Will and Ross cofounded the "I Hate Rachel Club" and spread a rumor about her because in high school she was quite the bully.

After 10 years, it's hard to keep things fresh, so the main conflict is that the gang pleaded with Monica to make Thanksgiving dinner.

Read, below, to find out where your favorite iconic Friends Thanksgiving episodes rank in the countdown.

Case in point, she's upset that Rach and Ross want Monica to take care of their child if anything should happen to her.

There are other standout moments, such as Chandler's hatred of dogs, learning that Ross isn't as smart as we all thought he was (he can't name all 50 states in America!

Plus, there are more Joey shenanigans because he forgets that he's supposed to be in the Days of Our Lives float, so he makes up an excuse, but he's a terrible liar.

This is the final Thanksgiving episode the show ever did, and it shows.

We learn that Chandler is a Turkey Day Grinch because it reminds him of his parents' divorce and see that Joey is the face for a VD ad campaign. Poor Joey.

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