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20 Gift Ideas For Your Friend Who Misses Their Sitcoms

It’s hard to believe that Christmas is right around the corner and if you’re like me you have barely even started Christmas shopping yet. Oftentimes the most well-received gifts that I give to my friends or my sister are TV related gifts. So, I put together a list of some unique ideas to give to that person who never stops quoting The Office or Friends. Or that friend who just started Parks and Recreation or How I met Your Mother on Netflix.

Take a look at some of the ideas below and get shopping! Be sure to check out our list of gifts to get a Stranger Things fan as well.

‘The Office’ Lover

NBC

 

Amazon.

 

Amazon

 

DrawHouse

 

mygeekchic

 

Amazon

 

 

The “Parks & Recreation” Fan

NBC

 

Creative Sobriety

 

ColoursPrints

 

OurCuttingBoard

 

DanniBeCollection

 

BrawTees

 

 

The ‘Friends’ Fanatic

NBC

 

LaRetrotienda

 

  • They make all sorts of custom candles. I’m sure they could replace ‘sister’ with another name if you wanted! Sister Candle – $23
DefineDesignEtc

 

DesignsbyLindaNeeToo

 

Amazon

 

ChristisCustomVinyl

 

 

The ‘How I Met Your Mother’ People

CBS

 

HommeSurLalune

 

VintageLeeCrafted

 

  • This print is super cute and isn’t obvious about being a HIMYM callback. The real fans will definitely get it when they see it on your wall though. Umbrella/NYC Skyline Print – $12
PaperLoveSong

 

Amazon

 

  • I have a pair of these and let me tell you they are super cute and I always get a Ted Mosby mention whenever I have them on. “Pulling them off” – Ted Mosby Boots – $33
Walmart, Rampage

 

Happy Holidays FanFest readers!!!

 

 

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Casey is a TV junkie currently living in Raleigh, NC. She studied Writing & Media Communication at James Madison University (go dukes!) and currently works in the pharmaceutical field. Constantly wanting to talk about television and learn more about her favorite shows led her to discovering the joy of recaps. From there, she combined her love of TV and writing to become a recapper for FanFest.