It’s that time of the year when streets and neighborhoods are painted green to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. The perfect excuse to drink gallons of beer and load up yourself with corned beef and cabbage along with soda bread till your heart desires.
Thanks to the COVID-19, most Americans will be celebrating St. Patrick’s Day at home. With the Irish Day parades canceled and large crowds not permitted to gather, it is time to binge watch some St. Patrick’s Day-themed episodes on television to revive the festive mood.
We provide you with a list of St. Patrick’s Day episodes to re-live the holiday galore once enjoyed in full throttle before the pandemic changed the world upside down.
The Office: Saint Patrick’s Day (Season 6, Episode 19)
St. Patrick’s Day is also known as “Meredith Palmer Day” making it a huge deal at Dunder Mifflin. Michael Scott (Steve Carell) tries all day long to impress the corporate, while letting the employees go out early to celebrate the holiday. He even said, “this is the closest the Irish will ever get to Christmas.”
The episode gives holiday vibes and sets a festive mood.
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia: Charlie Catches a Leprechaun (Season II, Episode 8)
Charlie Kelly (Charlie Day) thinks of himself as a leprechaun in this episode of ‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’ and by the end of the episode he concludes that he is just an ordinary human being. His discovery of the truth is hilarious and makes it worth watching.
How I met Your Mother: No Tomorrow (Season 3, Episode 23)
This is the episode that highlighted Barney Stinson’s behavior as a party animal. In this episode, Barney (Neil Patrick Harris) and Ted Mosby (Josh Radnor) decide to go to a bar and party like there is no tomorrow. It is a legendary episode where they have gallons of beer resulting in no recollection of the night’s events.
If you want to relive the party moments of the past St. Patrick’s Day, this is the episode to watch.
The Real O’Neals: The Real Lent (Season 1, Episode 3)
The Real O’Neals revolves around an Irish Catholic family. It is an ABC sitcom. In this episode, they are seen preparing for the annual St. Patrick’s Day parade. All the hoopla before the parade is depicted with a modern touch. Watch it to enjoy your St. Patrick’s Day to the fullest.
2 Broke Girls: And the Kilt Trip (season 3, episode 19)
Caroline (Beth Behrs) joins the St. Patrick’s Day festivities with Max (Kat Dennings). They all have a scrumptious dinner. She enjoys the company but deep down inside wants to spend her day at the Plaza hotel. The dilemma is quite convincing and fun to watch.