Can you name the TV show by the name of its Christmas episode?

Christmas episodes are also some of the most memorable stories in a television series. They tend to have clever titles, too.

We bet these memorable Christmas episodes stick out in your mind. And if they don't, well, most of them contain character names and stylistic hints. In the spirit of the season, we're gifting you some hints, as well. For a while.

Good luck!
  1. "Bob Has to Have His Tonsils Out, So He Spends Christmas Eve in the Hospital" says it all.
  2. Art Carney guest stars in "The Night of the Meek."
  3. Someone has to work on Christmas Day in "Christmas and the Hard-Luck Kid II."
  4. A main character had nowhere to go in "Jennifer's Home for Christmas."
  5. A beloved TV mom sings in "The Voice of Christmas."
  6. A kids comes back to earth in "Return from Outer Space."
  7. A former Batman villain is the guest star in "The Deadly Toys."
  8. Someone has been mailing presents to "934 W. 124th Street, Apt. 5C."
  9. "The Alan Brady Show Presents" was a Christmas show inside a Christmas show.
  10. Orphans, surgery and smoked oysters all play a part in "Death Takes a Holiday."
  11. Speaking of orphans, this Western welcomed them in "P.S. Murry Christmas."
  12. It's a spin on Dickens in "Scrooge Gets an Oscar."
  13. Speaking of Scrooge, now it gets hard. No more clues: "The One with the Holiday Armadillo."
  14. "Jolly Old St. Dick"
  15. "A Full House for Christmas"
Can you name the TV show by the name of its Christmas episode?

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