No One Hatred Thanksgiving Quite Like Chandler Bing from Matthew Perry

It's that time of year again, when we gather around a massive table filled with subpar American cuisine and make a show of being thankful for relatives who, let's face it, are somewhat out of touch with modern society. 

Considering that we didn't truly treat Indigenous peoples with the entire "This land is your land" thing, the celebration is based on lies. 

Children of divorce and broken families also experience stress from having to switch between houses or prioritize spending time with one parent over the other, which leads to unwelcome disarray. In short, I hate Thanksgiving.

Chandler Bing from Friends, who was dubbed "the boy who hates Thanksgiving" by the legendary Judy Geller,

was the one who understood this awful occasion the best. Like any other American comedy, Friends observed holidays for ten seasons, from 1994 to 2004.

There were multiple episodes on Christmas (e.g., "The One Where Rachel Quits" from Season Three), Hanukkah (e.g., "The One With the Holiday Armadillo" from Season Seven), and Halloween (e.g., "The One With the Halloween Party" from Season Eight). 

However, Friends observed Thanksgiving with greater seriousness than any other television show, airing a Thanksgiving-themed episode each season. Over 50 websites have ranked all ten of these episodes as of this year,

"The One With Rachel's Other Sister" from Season Nine low, which is absurd given that it earned Christina Applegate an Emmy. 

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