Here are the best 'Friends' Christmas episodes you need to watch on Netflix tonight 2 years ago

Here are the best 'Friends' Christmas episodes you need to watch on Netflix tonight

Could we BE after eating any more roses?

It's the perfect time of year to watch a couple (dozen) of your favourite Friends episodes and if you're not feeling a Christmas movie, or that 10,890 re-run of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, why not stick on a festive episode on Netflix and "RELAX", as Frankie says!


With ten series and over 200 episodes, the cult TV show has plenty to chose from, but if you're looking for some inspiration, we've put together the five jolliest Christmas episodes.

1) "The One With The Holiday Armadillo" (Season 7, Episode 10) 

Nabbing the top spot, "it's the holidaaaaay armadillloooo". In perhaps the best Friends episode of all time, Ross tries to teach Ben about Chanuka and somehow Santa, an armadillo and Superman all end up in the same room - iconic!

2) "The One With The Routine" (Season 6, Episode 10)

Is it really that good, we hear you ask? They got "honorary mention in the brother-sister dance category!" Jeez. Note to self: New Year's resolution = learn this off with a friend for a killer party piece. This is also the episode that Phoebe, Chandler and Rachel look for Monica's Christmas presents so that they can buy her something suitable in return.


3) The One With The Creepy Holiday Cards (Season 8, Episode 11) 

When Mona wants to send out holiday cards, Ross worries that their relationship is moving too quickly. It leads to the famous "we're having fun, you look young" monologue - GOLD!

4) "The One Where Rachel Quits" (Season 3, Episode 10)


Rachel gets fed up of her job at the Coffee House, while Phoebe takes umbrage that Joey is selling Christmas trees. She's firmly against "innocent trees being cut down in their prime and their corpses being grotesquely decorated with tinsel and twinkly lights." Classic Pheobs!

5) "The One With Phoebe's Dad" (Season 2, Episode 9)


The highlight of this episode is when the gang exchange gifts and the ones Joey and Chandler give the group are well...budget friendly! Ross gets two cans of soda from the gas station, while Monica gets a slightly more intimate item!


There you are now - hours of entertainment for the night. No need to thank us, it's all about "having and giving and sharing and receiving."