A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving

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Need some help getting into the holiday spirit?

Whether you are hosting a house full of kids or a house packed with testosterone, we have come up with a few shows to watch that will please the masses this Thanksgiving.

Stuff yourself with these five festive specials:

Glee: Thursday, 8 p.m. on Fox
Dianna Agron
makes her triumphant return next week in the Thanksgiving episode (yes, confusing that their holiday special is next Thursday). Quinn comes home for the holiday from Yale and she may stir up some trouble during her visit. Expect some fun scenes between Quinn and Santana (Naya Rivera)—these girls will have an interesting reunion! But tune into "Dynamic Duets" this week!

Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade: Thursday, 9 a.m. on NBC
The Macy's Parade is celebrating its 86th anniversary this year so the star power will be extra heavy. Trace Adkins, Flo Rida and Carly Rae Jepsenare just a few of the celebrities who will be riding down Broadway. The annual bash will be hosted by Matt Lauer and Savannah Guthrie

What would a good old fashion American holiday be without a good old fashion American pastime? Get ready to post up in front of the TV for three stellar matchups. Houston Texans will play the Detroit Lions at 12:30 ET on CBS. Then switch over to watch the Washington Redskins take on the Dallas Cowboys at 4:15 ET on Fox. Finally, the New England Patriots will be in New York playing the Jets at 8:20 ET, which you can catch on NBC.

Happy Endings: Tuesday, 9 p.m. on ABC
Before you fill up on turkey why not burn some calories laughing? Dave (Zachary Knighton) and Alex (Elisha Cuthbert) will host Thanksgiving dinner at their new place and it is Dave's mission to give the gang an authentic Native American Thanksgiving experience. If that doesn't sound intriguing enough we will also learn how Max (Adam Pally) and Brad (Damon Wayans Jr.) first met. 

A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving: Wednesday and Thursday, 8 p.m. on ABC
Who better to celebrate the start of this holiday season than with Charlie Brown, Lucy, Linus and the rest of the gang? This special—which originally aired in 1973—has stood the test of time and is perfect to watch with your whole family.

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