The Best Holiday Episodes On Family Guy
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The Best Holiday Episodes On Family Guy

Over 300 Ranker voters have come together to rank this list of The Best Holiday Episodes On Family Guy

Celebrate the holidays with the Griffins, and watch the best holiday episodes of Family Guy. Whether you're looking for Christmas episodes or Halloween specials, this list of Family Guy holiday-themed episodes includes favorites, like "Road to the North Pole" and "Thanksgiving." What is the funniest Family Guy holiday special? 

Vote up the best holiday episodes, and see how they rank among the all-time greatest Family Guy episodes

  • Road to the North Pole
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    Stewie’s favorite thing after his teddy bear, Rupert, is Christmas. So when he hears that Santa is making an appearance at the mall, he begs Brian to take him so that he can tell Santa in person what he wants for Christmas. Brian begrudgingly takes Stewie to the mall, only to get the brush-off from Santa. As a result, Stewie and Brian travel to the North Pole to find Santa and teach him a lesson in holiday cheer.
    • Original Airing: December 12, 2010
    • Season: 9
    • Episode Number: 7
    • Series: Family Guy
    149 votes
  • A Very Special Family Guy Freakin' Christmas
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    Christmas comes to Quahog! While Lois attempt to make the holidays perfect for the Griffin family, Peter messes it up. Meanwhile, Stewie learns of Santa Claus’ ability to keep 24-hour surveillance on all the world’s children.
    • Original Airing: December 21, 2001
    • Season: 3
    • Episode Number: 16
    • Series: Family Guy
    82 votes
  • Don't Be a Dickens at Christmas
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    58 VOTES

    Don't Be a Dickens at Christmas


    Peter is visited by the ghosts of Christmas past, present and future, who take him on a journey around Quahog.

    • Original Airing: Dec 10 2017
    • Season: 16
    • Episode Number: 9
    58 votes
  • 4
    51 VOTES

    Halloween on Spooner Street


    Peter and Joe team up to execute a series of painful and humiliating Halloween pranks on unsuspecting family, friends and neighbors. While Brian shows Stewie the ropes of trick-or-treating, Meg sets out to attend her first high school Halloween party with high hopes for the evening.
    • Original Airing: November 07, 2010
    • Season: 9
    • Episode Number: 4
    51 votes
  • Jesus, Mary and Joseph
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    As the Griffin family is preparing for Christmas, Peter tells his own version of the Nativity story.
    • Original Airing: December 23, 2012
    • Season: 11
    • Episode Number: 8
    • Series: Family Guy
    56 votes
  • Da Boom
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    54 VOTES

    New Year's Eve

    "Da Boom" is the third episode of the second season of the animated comedy series Family Guy and the tenth episode of the series. It originally aired on Fox in the United States on December 26, 1999. The episode features the Griffin family after a nuclear holocaust occurs, due to Y2K on New Year's Eve. The family then travels in search of food, and eventually decide to establish a town around a Twinkie factory. Peter then takes over the town, establishing himself as mayor, but eventually becomes power hungry, and is overthrown. The episode was written by Neil Goldman and Garrett Donovan and directed by Bob Jaques. It received praise from Ahsan Haque for its storyline and use of cultural references. The episode featured guest performances by Patrick Duffy, Victoria Principal, Jack Perkins, Will Sasso, and Joey Slotnick along with several recurring voice actors for the series. This is the first episode that aired to feature Mila Kunis as the voice of Meg Griffin.
    • Original Airing: December 26, 1999
    • Season: 2
    • Episode Number: 3
    • Series: Family Guy
    54 votes