Thanksgiving is one of the most beloved holidays in America, and it's no surprise that pop culture has played a role in popularizing the traditions. From classic TV episodes to classic songs and movies, pop culture has been a part of Thanksgiving for decades. Here's your chance to test your knowledge of all things pop culture in this fun Thanksgiving trivia template. From classic sitcom episodes to iconic movies to classic Thanksgiving songs, this template has it all. So get your friends and family together for some Thanksgiving fun and see who knows the most about pop culture. The winner gets bragging rights and a special Thanksgiving treat!
1) What was the title of the Friends episode that aired during Thanksgiving weekend in 1998?
2) Who sings the song “Give Thanks”?
3) In what year did the National Day of Thanksgiving become a formal holiday in the United States?
4) What is the significance of the Empire State Building being lit up in red and white on Thanksgiving?
5) What U.S. President was responsible for an official proclamation to celebrate Thanksgiving?
6) What Hollywood movie featured a live turkey being dropped from an airplane?
7) In what year did the film "Planes, Trains and Automobiles" premiere?
8) Who starred in the film "A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving"?
9) What is the name of the turkey in the movie "Free Birds"?
10) What is the name of the grandfather in the movie "Pieces of April"?
11) What was the title of the Simpsons Thanksgiving episode from 1991?
12) On what network did the TV show "Bob's Burgers" first air?
13) What did Joey wear as a "turkey" on Friends episode of Thanksgiving?
14) On which channel did the holiday movie "The Christmas Shoes" air?
15) Who wrote the "Songs of Thanksgiving" in 1789?
16) What is the name of the character from the 1995 animated movie "A Troll in Central Park" who is a turkey?
17) What is the name of the turkey in the movie "Fried Green Tomatoes"?
18) What is the title of the episode of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air that featured a Thanksgiving episode?
19) Who hosted the Thanksgiving Day Parade on NBC in 1986?
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