Thanksgiving is a time for giving thanks, enjoying great food, visiting family and, of course, watching TV. Think about it. I bet you watch more TV at home on Thanksgiving than any other holiday. There’s the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Then football. Then more football. Then a little bit more football. And probably a holiday-themed movie on to close out the night.
This TV watching bonanza got me thinking about which TV homes I would most want to visit for Thanksgiving. There are plenty of amazing homes on TV, but picking the best to spend Thanksgiving dinner proved to be an arduous task. Ok, it wasn’t that hard.
Here are 6 TV homes that I would want to visit for Thanksgiving:
1. The Brady Bunch house: Alice in the kitchen. Possibly a pilgrim themed dress up skit before dessert. And Marcia, Marcia, Marcia. (Image source: blogspot.com)
2. Troy and Abed’s Apartment from Community: One can only imagine what they would serve for dinner. Plus there’s the chance that after dinner I’d get to play in the Dreamatorium. (Image source: nocookie.net)
3. The Barone’s from Everybody Loves Raymond: Oh the comedy that would ensue at this dining room table. Chances are the evening would end with Debra yelling and Marie asking me why I don’t want to eat more. (Image source: Daily News)
4. The Huxtable home from The Cosby Show: Cliff & Claire’s home on Thanksgiving would most likely offer an insanely good meal, possibly the best sweaters I’ve ever seen and finish the evening with some sort of life lesson. The only thing that good make it better would be if somehow Jell-O pudding pops and Picture Pages were involved. (Image source: ronepraisecleveland)
5. Wherever Gordon Ramsay eats Thanksgiving: The man basically owns Fox but I gotta think that Thanksgiving with Chef Ramsay has to be an experience. Chances are I’d be called a donkey at some point, but if Gordon is cooking that’s where I wanna be eating. (Image source: giphy)
6. Commissioner Frank Reagan’s home on Blue Bloods: I’ve blogged before about how Blue Bloods has the best dining room on TV so why wouldn’t I want to spend time around the table with arguably the best family on TV swapping cop stories and hanging with New York’s finest. (Image source: cbsstatic)
Share with us which TV home you’d like to spend Thanksgiving dinner in the comments below.
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