Cast your mind back to 1996, and you will recall popular television sitcom, Everybody Loves Raymond, aired an episode called ‘Turkey or Fish’ – a Thanksgiving instalment of the popular comedy show. The episode was broadcast to coincide with the holiday season, to give viewers a spot of Thanksgiving fun.
Due to the popularity of the episode, with audiences enjoying this little bit of holiday hilarity, Everybody Loves Raymond returned to Thanksgiving in future seasons. Continuing in subsequent years, the show featured a number of Thanksgiving episodes, making it almost an annual tradition.
But if you’re new to Everybody Loves Raymond, and wish to watch the Thanksgiving episodes, what are the shows you need to seek out? Well, for all the details and more, keep on reading!
Every Thanksgiving episode of Everybody Loves Raymond in order
During the course of its nine-season run, Everybody Loves Raymond featured eight Thanksgiving episodes. The only season not to feature a Thanksgiving episode was Season Two.
If you wish to watch all the episodes, then simply follow this list:
- Turkey or Fish – Everybody Loves Raymond: Season One, Episode Ten (1996)
- No Fat – Everybody Loves Raymond: Season Three, Episode Ten (1998)
- No Thanks – Everybody Loves Raymond: Season Four, Episode Nine (1999)
- Fighting In-Laws – Everybody Loves Raymond: Season Five, Episode Nine (2000)
- Older Women – Everybody Loves Raymond: Season Six, Episode Nine (2001)
- Marie’s Vision – Everybody Loves Raymond: Season Seven, Episode Ten (2002)
- The Bird – Everybody Loves Raymond: Season Eight, Episode Nine (2003)
- Debra’s Parents – Everybody Loves Raymond: Season Nine, Episode Seven (2004)
If you seek out all of the above episodes, you can have your very own Everybody Loves Raymond Thanksgiving marathon to watch over the holiday season.
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