What Friends episodes are about Christmas?
Season 2 | Episode 9: The One with Phoebe's Dad
Phoebe tracks down her father but isn't sure whether she should meet him in the first of many Christmas-themed Friends episodes. Emotional, funny, gas-station Christmas presents - this episode has it all!
Season 3 | Episode 10: The One Where Rachel Quits
Who can forget that time Ross accidentally broke a little girl's leg and tried to help her sell boxes of cookies, which then recreates Monica's childhood fixation? Oh, and Rachel quits her job at Central Perk and Joey's Christmas tree-selling conflicts with Phoebe's principles, leading to an unforgettable Christmas episode!
Season 4 | Episode 10: The One with the Girl from Poughkeepsie
In an attempt to have her kitchen staff acknowledge her authority, Monica hires Joey so she can promptly fire him in season four's Christmas episode. Plus, Ross can't choose between two girls...which seems very, well, Ross-like. He then falls asleep on a train, only to wake up in Montreal.
Season 5 | Episode 10: The One with the Inappropriate Sister
A bored Ross wreaks havoc in Chandler and Joey's lives and Rachel is uncomfortable with boyfriend Danny's unusually close relationship with his sister.
Season 6 | Episode 10: The One with the Routine
This episode is iconic for a reason. Who can forget Monica and Ross resurrecting their dance routine from high school on the set of "Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve"?!
Season 7 | Episode 10: The One with the Holiday Armadillo
Ross wants to introduce Ben to Hanukkah...thus the Holiday Armadillo is born. Enough said.
Season 8 | Episode 11: The One with Ross's Step Forward
Also known as "the one with the creepy holiday card," this episode follows Ross' panic when his new girlfriend wants to send out holiday cards with their picture on the front. As Ross tries to avoid having "the conversation" chaos ensues.
Season 9 | Episode 10: The One with Christmas in Tulsa
When Chandler has to spend Christmas in Tulsa, Monica is convinced he will have an affair with Miss Oklahoma - and she couldn't be further from the truth.