Feeling festive? Want to watch all of the Christmas episodes of Friends and Joey before Santa arrives?! Sure you do! But how many Christmas episodes of Friends and Joey are there?
In this post I can provide you with all the answers, with a list of every Christmas-themed episode of Friends, as well as a list of every Joey Christmas episode. And once you have all the episodes, you can sit back, relax, and indulge in some holiday hilarity!
Read on for details!
What are the Friends and Joey Christmas episodes?
If you’re new to Friends, and the oft-forgotten Joey, you love Christmas, and you want to watch the Christmas episodes of each show, these are the 14 episodes you need to seek out.
Here is a list of all ten Friends Christmas episodes:
- The One with the Monkey – Friends: Season 1, Episode 10 (1994)
- The One with Phoebe’s Dad – Friends: Season 2, Episode 9 (1995)
- The One Where Rachel Quits – Friends: Season 3, Episode 10 (1996)
- The One with the Girl from Poughkeepsie – Friends: Season 4, Episode 10 (1997)
- The One with the Inappropriate Sister – Friends: Season 5, Episode 10 (1998)
- The One with the Routine – Friends: Season 6, Episode 10 (1999)
- The One with All the Candy – Friends: Season 7, Episode 9 (2000)
- The One with the Holiday Armadillo – Friends: Season 7, Episode 10 (2001)
- The One with Ross’s Step Forward (aka The One with the Creepy Holiday Card) – Friends: Season 8, Episode 11 (2002)
- The One with Christmas in Tulsa – Friends: Season 9, Episode 10 (2003)
Here is a list of all four Christmas episodes of Joey:
- Joey and the Plot Twist – Joey: Season 1, Episode 12 (2004)
- Joey and the Tijuana Trip – Joey: Season 2, Episode 12 (2005)
- Joey and the Christmas Party – Joey: Season 2, Episode 13 (2005)
- Joey and the Snowball Fight – Joey: Season 2, Episode 14 (2006)
If you’re using the above list to get your festive Friends and Joey fix, then enjoy! There are some truly hilarious episodes amongst this list – especially when it comes to The One with the Holiday Armadillo – and I expect you’ll have a great time!
Oh, and Merry Christmas.
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