Can you match these Thanksgiving episode titles and plots to the correct TV shows?

Remember classics like "Thanksgiving Orphans" and "The Yalu Brick Road"?

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Thanksgiving is a time for family and friends to gather, even if they are fictional characters on a television show.

We gathered some of the most memorable Thanksgiving episodes in TV history. Well, the titles and a brief description. See if you can match them to the correct series!

  1. "The Un-Underground Movie": Greg enlists his family to create a documentary about the First Thanksgiving.
  2. "The Yalu Brick Road": A Thanksgiving turkey sickens most of the camp with salmonella.
  3. "An Ill Wind": Aunt Effie is trapped with the family during a tornado.
  4. "The First Thanksgiving": Marion tells a tale of the first Thanksgiving to remind everyone that the holiday is about fellowship, not football.
  5. "Turkeys Away": "Oh, the humanity!"
  6. "Thanksgiving Orphans": We finally get to see Vera. Well, not really.
  7. "Samantha's Thanksgiving to Remember": Gladys Kravits, the Stephens family, and Clara travel back to 17th-century Plymouth.
  8. "The Little Atheist": Dad and Mike lock horns over the soon-to-be-born baby Stivic's religion — or lack of it.
  9. "Elly's First Date": Mr. Drysdale persuades his stepson Sonny to go out on a date with Elly.
  10. "Gobble, Gobble, Dick, Dick": Mrs. Dubcek and her daughter Vicki come to a family's first Thanksgiving together.
  11. "Chip's Harvest": A neighborhood power outage threatens Thanksgiving.
  12. "No Nukes Is Good Nukes": An anti-nuke rally on Thanksgiving lands mom and dad in jail.
  13. "Over the River and Through the Woods": It's a stag Thanksgiving for Bob when Emily flies off to join a family reunion.
  14. "The Mom and Pop Store": Mr. Pitt wants to hold the Woody Woodpecker balloon in the parade.
  15. "Thanksgiving of '53": The Potters' home overflows with Thanksgiving guests.

Can you match these Thanksgiving episode titles and plots to the correct TV shows?

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Wiseguy 9 days ago
PBS will broadcast A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving and A Charlie Brown Christmas:

Apple and PBS have teamed up for special broadcast airings of A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving and A Charlie Brown Christmas. The Peanuts specials will stream on Apple TV+, in addition to airing ad-free on PBS and PBS KIDS on November 22, 2020 and December 13, 2020 respectively. Peanuts fans will have even more ways to watch Charlie Brown, Snoopy and the gang on their holiday adventures as Apple and PBS team up for special ad-free broadcasts of A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving and A Charlie Brown Christmas. To complement their release on Apple TV+ this holiday season, A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving will also air on PBS and PBS KIDS on Sunday, November 22, 2020 at 7:30 p.m. local time / 6:30 p.m. CT (check local listings) and A Charlie Brown Christmas will air on PBS and PBS KIDS on Sunday, December 13, 2020 at 7:30 p.m. local time / 6:30 p.m. CT (check local listings). The classic holiday Peanuts specials will also stream ad-free and in HD on Apple TV+. A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving is streaming now on Apple TV+ as of November 18, and the special will be available for free from November 25 through November 27. The Peanuts gang will also deck the halls with the premiere of A Charlie Brown Christmas, streaming on Apple TV+ on December 4. The holiday special will be available to enjoy for free from December 11 through December 13.
Runeshaper 11 days ago
8/15 - Have a Happy Thanksgiving, All!!!
Filmnoirfan 12 days ago
12/15 - better than expected so a second helping of turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes and pecan pie appears in order
Stoney 12 days ago
15 for 15, but #14 almost got me
pattysdaughter 14 days ago
What the bleep is AfterMash? Only one I missed.
Misha pattysdaughter 13 days ago
It's the show that documented the aftermath of M*A*S*H
Wiseguy pattysdaughter 10 days ago
If there are those who don't even know what AfterMASH is, that means it's time for MeTV to get the rights and show it once or twice. (Hallmark showed The Golden Palace once or twice after runs of The Golden Girls.) Or maybe it would be more suited to AntennaTV, since they seem to show more one-season and season-and-a-half series such as The Paul Lynde Show, Three's a Crowd, The Ropers and Lotsa Luck!
wbyassee 14 days ago
12 out of 15. A couple of tough ones.
Sally 14 days ago
13 out of 15...not too bad.
TheDavBow3 14 days ago
Just forget it! 😉😄
That bad, huh?!?! Sorry to read that! Better luck next time!
😂 oh yeah 😄💩
wbyassee TheDavBow3 14 days ago
Must have been pretty bad.,..
Moverfan 14 days ago
"Les? Les, are you there?...Les isn't there...Thanks for that on-the-spot report, Les. In case you missed it, the Pinedale Shopping Mall has just been bombed with live turkeys...Film at eleven."
JERRY6 14 days ago
10 another fail and this was easy
Bubba77511 14 days ago
20/20......i might watch too much tv
lynngdance 14 days ago
They mentioned AfterMash YAY! Have these photos from AfterMash! LOL! (AfterMash is not bad. It just got canceled because they aired it the same time the A-team was on 🙂)
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