No matter what your relationship status is, Valentine’s day is as enjoyable as you make it. Couples get the chance to celebrate each other, singles get to mingle and friends can use the holiday to build up each others’self-esteem. You can spend the day with your significant other or with a bottle of wine (something you can do either alone or together, it really depends on your mood). There are plenty of options.
One of the best things you can do is snuggle up with whoever you want and binge Valentine’s themed episodes. There are plenty of options to choose from so you can either binge or Netflix and chill to these hilarious shows. Here are our top 10 Valentines Day episodes of all time.
1. Modern Family: My Funky Valentine
Who says romance is dead after marriage? This is one of the funniest episodes I’ve ever seen of any show. Claire and Phil plan to spend their Valentine’s evening in a fancy hotel and to add a little more spice to their romance. They decide to role play as strangers at the hotel bar and a miscommunication leads to a hilarious episode.
2. Bobs Burgers: My Fuzzy Valentine
Bob and Linda have one of the most accurate portrayals of romance on television and this episode proves it even more. When Linda gets tired of Bob’s half-assed Valentine’s gifts, Bob decides that he’s going to go the extra mile this year in order to show his wife how much he really appreciates her. Of course, when the kids get involved everything doesn’t go as smoothly as planned.
3. New Girl: Valentine’s Day
This Valentine’s Day episode shows the ugly truth of what can happen when singles decided to get together on Valentine’s Day. Schmidt takes Jess under his wing in order to teach her the ways of a true one night stand. For anyone that is an Arrow fan, this episode also features a very handsome Stephen Amell.
4. Parks and Recreation: Galentine’s Day
Not many shows can say that they’ve inspired a holiday but Parks and Recreation can. Galentine’s Day is not only a hilarious episode of Parks, but it has become almost as popular as Valentine’s Day to gals across the country. Nothing says love like spending the day with your best friends and celebrating each other.
5. Grey’s Anatomy: Valentine’s Day Massacre
Take beautiful couples, put them together with medical drama and you have Grey’s Anatomy. This episode is full of romance, both requited and not. Patients and doctors alike learn more about love and what they mean to the people who care about them.
6. Broad City: Valentine’s Day
Broad City is always a go-to show and they have one of the most hilarious Valentine’s Day episodes to grace the screen. This episode shows Abbi and Ilana having their first Valentine’s day in NYC together. If you thought these two couldn’t get more anymore #relatable, just you wait.
7. Glee: Silly Love Songs
No V-Day is complete without a cheesy love song. Luckily for you, Glee has got you covered. In this episode, romantic drama follows the teenagers around through love confessions, discovery of infidelity and of course, music. Plus, it’s fun to see how much these actors have grown since the series began.
8. Friends: The One With the Candy Hearts
Truly a classic, Friends always has the ability to make you feel like you’re having a better day than Chandler and Ross at least. Who else would get set up on a blind date with their ex-girlfriend or have to share a date with their ex-wife? No matter how bad your Valentine’s Day might have gone, this episode is sure to make you feel better about it.
9. The Office: Valentine’s Day
Michael Scott will never not be relevant and we can always count on him to mess up a perfectly good thing. After making out with his boss, Jan, he is unable to keep the “relationship” a secret and manages to make the entire situation 10 times bigger than it needed to be. Plus, Ryan sleeps with Kelly the night before Valentine’s Day and learns the hard truth about messing with a girl’s feelings.
10. How I Met Your Mother: Desperation Day
We can always count on Barney to see a national holiday as a completely different day. Instead of celebrating love, Barney views the holiday as a chance to “bang” the “sad” single women, something he claims goes back to Ancient Greece. In this episode, Lily travels across the country to spend the day with her husband Marshall, who won’t leave Minnesota, and Ted’s romance with Zoe starts to heat up.