FRIENDS Christmas Episodes to Binge-Watch on Netflix!

If you’re a FRIENDS fan, you’re fully aware that the squad gets festive during the holidays. And if you’re an even bigger fan of the show, it’s a no-brainer and must do tradition to binge-watch all the FRIENDS Christmas episodes when the jingle bells.

Time to deck the halls!

So go grab a popcorn, or hot chocolate, or even wine! Sit comfortably and enjoy the Christmas episodes with the best and favorite gang: Ross, Chandler, Joey, Monica, Rachel and Phoebe.

S1 E10: The One with the Monkey

The gang makes and then breaks a pact to celebrate New Year’s Eve without dates. Lonely Ross gets a roommate; a monkey named Marcel.

S2 E9: The One with Phoebe’s Dad

In this Christmas episode, Phoebe tries to track down her real father.

S3 E10: The One Where Rachel Quits

Rachel quits her job after Gunther tells her she needs to be retrained.

S4 E10: The One with the Girl from Poughkeepsie

Ross struggles to be in a long-distance relationship. Chandler tries to get a date for Rachel. Monica plots to establish authority at her new job.

S5 E10: The One with the Inappropriate Sister

Phoebe collects money for the Salvation Army during the holidays. Rachel is disturbed by date’s inappropriate relationship with his sister.

S6 E10: The One with the Routine

Joey, Ross and Monica dance on “Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve.” The rest of the gang searches for Monica’s hidden Christmas presents.

S7 E10: The One with the Holiday Armadillo

Ross dresses up as the Holiday Armadillo and, with Monica, Chandler and Joey’s help, teaches Ben about Chanukah.

S8 E11: The One with the Creepy Holiday Card

Ross becomes nervous when his new girlfriend, Mona, wants to mail cute Christmas cards with both of their pictures on it.

S9 E10: The One with Christmas in Tulsa

Because of critical deadline at work, Chandler is stuck spending Christmas in Tulsa, Okla.

FRIENDS will always be one of my favorite shows of all time. I’ve binge-watched the show more than five times and I still laugh every single time — even louder and harder than the first time I’ve seen it!

It’s a cool show to just play in the background. It’ll make you feel better even just by listening to it. And if you’re feeling down, I sincerely believe watching a FRIENDS episode could instantly make you feel better. You’ll even forget why you were worried in the first place.

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