BY EW Staff
Spending the holiday at these dinner tables would be a great time!
The meal might be either a masterpiece or a total disaster but it will never be dull — and there will always be songs.
With Elizabeth and Henry there is always a surplus of good food and low-key highbrow dinner table talk.
The big, loving holiday dinner looks like so much fun and it’d be a low drama, fun day with a great group of people. But I can’t be held responsible if I try to steal Roy from Keeley.
Maureen Lee Lenker
Raven’s visions will likely give attendees a good idea about what dining mishaps may come. Most of all, though, I want to ask what the Baxter matriarch Tanya has been doing since she mysteriously fled to London mid-season 3.
And in case you forgot about spin-off Cory in the House, Raven’s father Victor was once the personal chef to a sitting president, meaning he could provide a world class dinner with a side of political tea.
Sure, mom, dad, grandpa, and the goverment are all fighting, but at least there will be a hertiage bird on the table and the influence to get grandstand seats for the parade.
Sam Wilson comes from a family with a seafood business, so the cooking will be great. And who wouldn't want to say they got to spend Thanksgiving with Captain America?
Chanelle Berlin Johnson
I can’t think of a better place to spend Thanksgiving than around a table with Josh Lyman, Donna Moss, the 2.5 kids they undoubtedly have had by now, and an adorable, loving chorus of bickering, Sorkin style.
Not only is the Braverman clan large enough to ensure an appropriate level of holiday chaos, but they’re also sure to end the night with a dance party.
Thanksgiving with the Dubek clan is guaranteed to be filled with plenty of laughs and lots of love. Something also tells me that Midwestern mom Pat is as an amazing cook as she is a daytime talk show host.
The New Girl cast is a family that brings entertainment and love to every Thanksgiving. Personally, I would love to be seated next to Jamie Lee Curtis at that Thanksgiving dinner table!
I'd love to spend my Thanksgiving with Master of None's Denise (Lena Waithe), her mother (Angela Bassett), and her Aunt Joyce (Kym Whitley), preferably after the coming-out storyline in Waithe's brilliant, game-changing episode "Thanksgiving."
I'd want to celebrate all the love, laughter, freedom, and exhilaration that followed with this fantastic family.
Maybe Shelby shoots a wild turkey, Fatin decorates a sandy tablescape, and we all eat with one eye looking over our shoulder for whatever evil lurks in the jungle or around the table.