THE OFFICE Christmas Episodes for the Perfect Watch This Christmas on Netflix

Published 12/24/2021, 8:34 AM EST

The last season of holidays is about to begin as we gear up for Christmas. We all remember the Christmas episodes of The Office, which could turn any day into a Christmas day. So, what if you ditched the movies night for a hilarious marathon of The Office episodes? If you can’t decide, then keep reading as we have got a list of all The Office Christmas episodes ready for you.

Christmas Party (Season 2, Episode 10)

This episode was the first time we witnessed the chaos at Dunder Mifflin for the merry festival. Like a normal corporate, Dunder Mifflin also has a Secret Santa, with everyone preparing their unique gifts. Michael goes overboard when he gets Ryan a $400 iPod. Sadly, Phyllis isn’t as ambitious when she gifts Michael a set of oven gloves.


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As Michael can’t settle for the glove, he turns Secret Santa into a Yankee Swap. This bums out everyone, and Michael decides to fix things his own way. Michael doesn’t abide by the company policy and gets vodka for everyone.

A Benihana Christmas (Season 3, Episodes 10 & 11)

The two episodes dwell on Michael’s condition after their breakup with Carol. In a desperate attempt to get back with Carol, Michael sends her an offensive Christmas card. On the other hand, the party planning committee faces a standoff between Angela and Karen. Since Angela keeps vetoing Karen’s ideas, Karen goes rogue and throws her own party.

Morrocan Christmas (Season 5, Episode 11)

Unlike other Christmas-themed episodes, this one focuses on only one character. As Phyllis takes charge of the party planning committee, the Dunder Mifflin employees have to attend a Morrocan-themed Christmas party. However, the episode shifts attention to Meredith’s drinking problem. This episode also has some big reveals.

Secret Santa (Season 6, Episode 13)

This episode is one example of Michael’s many tantrums. When Jim and Dwight let Phyllis be Santa, they don’t completely think it through. Michael protests this decision by dressing up as a Santa and stealing Phyllis’s thunder.

In this process, Michael ends up unleashing the meanest version of himself and hurting Phyllis. Amid all this chaos, David has some refreshing news to deliver.

Classy Christmas (Season 7, Episodes 10 & 11)

These episodes display Michael’s love for Holly and how everyone needs a friend like Pam. Michael’s day is already off to a good start after Toby takes a leave. With Holy replacing Toby, Michael asks Pam to plan a new party coinciding with Holly’s return. In the end, Pam has to console Michael, as Holly is still dating AJ.

Christmas Wishes (Season 8, Episode 10)

You can love Michael or hate him, but you will surely miss him in this episode. This episode has received criticism, as it crossed the #metoo line at times. In general, this episode fails to inspire any genuine laughs. Andy tries to fill Michael’s shoes, but the plot doesn’t have enough scope.

Dwight Christmas (Season 9, Episode 9)


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This episode is heavy on feels, as one would expect from the last Christmas episode of the show. However, Dwight’s party planning skills are also on display in this episode. As always, Dwight fully commits to his new role, as he even dresses up as Bels nickel.

At the end of the episode, we see just how much Dwight as a person has grown. Dwight had an extreme reaction to Jim’s early departure, as Dwight canceled the entire party. When Jim returns, Dwight can’t control himself and hugs Jim.


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Anuj Kapse

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Anuj Kapse is a writer at Netflix Junkie. This undergraduate, who has developed a liking for the creative arts and writing, decided to explore and build his passion in the entertainment vertical. He enjoys watching and recommending sitcoms /mockumentary to his friends, and some of his staples are American Vandal, Trial & Error, and Crashing.