Watch the Holiday Episodes of Happy Days, ALF, And More During Catchy Comedy’s Christmas Binge





Catchy Comedy will host a weekend-long Christmas binge this weekend featuring 80 festive episodes from classic TV sitcoms, including Happy Days, Night Court, The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet, ALF, The Brady Bunch, and The Monkees.

The Catchy Comedy Christmas Binge starts with the “Christmas Story” of Ozzie and Harriet on December 16 at 12:00 p.m. ET and ends on December 17 with Square Pegs’ “Child’s Christmas in Weemawee, A Part 2”.

The broadcast network was rebranded from DECADES in March, and hosts an extensive library of classic sitcoms and comedy variety shows from the 1950s through the 1990s. Catchy Comedy’s lineup features some of the biggest names in sitcom history, including Lucille Ball, Bob Newhart, Carol Burnett, Dick Van Dyke, and Norman Lear.

Catchy Comedy hosts binge-worthy TV throughout the weekday, with a bingeable-themed marathon every weekend.

Visit Catchy Comedy to find where to watch in your area. Stream classic sitcoms for free online or through paid streaming services such as Frndly TV and Philo.

The Catchy Comedy Christmas Binge schedule:

Saturday, December 16:

12:00 p.m. – The Miracle: “Ozzie recalls a story from his childhood when he wished for a white Christmas.”

12:30 p.m. – The Lost Christmas Gift: “Ricky was supposed to get a baseball catcher’s mitt for Christmas but it goes missing.”

1:00 p.m. – The Fruitcake: “Ozzie and Rick take different approaches in dealing with unwanted Christmas gifts.”

1:30 p.m. – Christmas In October: “David paints a holiday scene in art class and his parents use it as a Christmas card.”

2:00 p.m. – Christmas Story: “A modern-day Scrooge (businessman Ben Weaver) causes trouble on Christmas Eve.”

2:30 p.m. – The Alan Brady Show Presents: “The Alan Brady Show” performs their Christmas variety show.”

3:00 p.m. – Christmas and the Hardluck Kid II: “Single Mary agrees to work on Christmas so others can be with their family.”

3:30 p.m. – Not a Christmas Story: “Sue Ann invites the WJM team over for a Christmas in November.”

4:00 p.m. – The Christmas Presence: “Mickey Rooney plays a mystical Christmas presence among a motley group of passengers.”

5:00 p.m. – Lonely at the Top/Silent Night/Divorce Me, Please: “In a Christmas-themed cruise, a group of orphans and a man convicted for a crime he didn’t commit are among those aboard the ship.”

6:00 p.m. – Guess Who’s Coming to Christmas: “Howard wants Christmas Eve to only include the family, but Richie discovers that Fonzie will be all alone.”

6:30 p.m. – Christmas Time: “Fonzie receives a Christmas gift from his father but is reluctant to accept and open it. Meanwhile, Richie and Lori Beth argue.”

7:00 p.m. – White Christmas: “On Christmas Eve, a terrible blizzard traps Howard and Joanie at the hardware store and Fonzie, Potsie, Chachi, Jenny, and Roger at Arnold’s.”

7:30 p.m. – All I Want for Christmas: “When Heather asks Santa to patch up the rift between her mother and grandparents, Fonzie decides to make her wish come true.”

8:00 p.m. – Oh, Come All Ye Bums: “The gang tries to raise money for Frank’s annual Hobo Christmas Dinner.”

8:30 p.m. – ALF’s Special Christmas (Part 1): “ALF and the Tanners prepare to spend Christmas in a cabin. When the owner visits them, ALF accidentally jumps into his trunk and is taken.”

9:00 p.m. – ALF’s Special Christmas (Part 2): “ALF and the Tanners prepare to spend Christmas in a cabin. When the owner visits them, ALF accidentally jumps into his trunk and is taken.”

9:30 p.m. – Santa Mama: “Mama fills in for Vint as a mall Santa.”

10:00 p.m. – Mama Gets Goosed: “When Mama gets a Christmas present from her cousin, a live goose for Christmas dinner, memories of her childhood return.”

10:30 p.m. – Sometimes, There’s No Bottom In The Bottle: “Cousin Naomi is visiting the Evans for the Christmas season, and the whole time she has been there has been time spent in the bathroom.”

11:00 p.m. – Penny’s Christmas: “The Christmas season has the Evans family in the spirit and planning a Christmas Eve party.”

11:30 p.m. – The Traveling Christmas: “When Keith’s Scrooge-like boss at the taxi-cab company won’t give him Christmas off, the Evans family brings their Christmas party to Keith.”

Sunday, December 17:

12:00 a.m. – Ebenezer Sanford: “Fred is a Scrooge-like miser during the Christmas season and his friends try to get him to join into the Christmas spirit.”

12:30 a.m. – Christmas Day at the Bunkers’: “It’s Christmas Day and Archie is the only one not in the Christmas spirit. Mike and Gloria question him, but he refuses to reveal what’s bugging him.”

1:00 a.m. – Edith’s Christmas Story: “The Christmas season has everyone in the Christmas spirit. For a joke, Archie purchases some fake nose and mustache glasses that were on sale, but…”

1:30 a.m. – Love and the Old Weds/Love and the Christmas Punch: “In “The Old Weds”, parents try to persuade their daughter not to marry a senior citizen. Then in “The Christmas Punch”, Christmas Eve turns into a…”

2:00 a.m. – Love and the Perfect Wife/Love and the Wee He: “In “The Perfect Wife”, two scientists come up for a recipe for the perfect wife. Then in “The Wee He”, a mechanical Christmas elf that won’t turn off…”

2:30 a.m. – Christmas at the 53rd: “The Precinct puts on a special Christmas program for their friends and family. The program features songs depicting life at the Precinct rather than…”

3:00 a.m. – Jangle Bells: “Maynard decides to throw a Christmas party in his garage but most of the other kids, Dobie included, have accepted invitations to a swank party thrown…”

3:30 a.m. – Have Reindeer, Will Travel: “Maynard befriends a poor shoeshine boy and gives him the money his classmates had saved to fund their Christmas dance. To earn back the money, Maynard…”

4:00 a.m. – Will the Real Santa Claus Please Come Down the Chimmey?: “The Gilleses believe that the time has come to shake Maynard of his belief in Santa Claus, and set in motion an elaborate scheme to accomplish the…”

4:30 a.m. – Christmas Show 1952: “Connie is broke so she exchanges a gift to buy presents for her friends. Nobody gets what they want, so there’s a steady stream of customers at the…”

5:00 a.m. – Christmas Show (aka The Magic Tree): “Connie Brooks is resigned to spending a quiet Christmas Even with Mrs. Davis’ cat Minerva. After buying a “magic” Christmas tree from a slick young…”

5:30 a.m. – Music Box Revue (aka Christmas Show): “Connie buys mysterious music boxes that are said to play only for people who properly in the Christmas spirit. Others can her the music but Miss…”

6:00 a.m. – The Busy Christmas: “With his many duties, Ozzie has little time for Christmas shopping or decorating.”

6:30 a.m. – The Day After Christmas: “Ozzie and Harriet plan to go ice skating, unaware Rick and Dave have other ideas. “

7:00 a.m. – The Christmas Tree Lot: “David and Rick open a Christmas tree lot to earn money to buy Christmas presents. “

7:30 a.m. – The Girl In the Emporium: “Rick and Wally pursue Christmas jobs at the store where a pretty sales clerk works.”

8:00 a.m. – A Piano For the Fraternity: “Rick and David’s fraternity must find a way to get a piano for their Christmas party. “

8:30 a.m. – The Pen And Pencil Set: “The Nelsons try to solve a mystery after Ozzie finds an unopened Christmas gift.”

9:00 a.m. – His Busiest Season: “After hearing his therapy groups sad Christmas memories, Bob invites them over for the holiday.”

9:30 a.m. – I’m Dreaming of a Slight Christmas: “Christmas Eve is almost spoiled when Bob is trapped in the office because of a power failure.”

10:00 a.m. – Home Is Where the Hurt Is: “Bob and Emily’s Christmas is ruined when Carol comes by to complain.”

10:30 a.m. – Bob Has to Have His Tonsils Out, So He Spends Christmas Eve in the Hospital: “Bob is stuck in the hospital with tonsillitis on Christmas Eve.”

11:00 a.m. – Breaking Up Is Hard to Do: “Bob’s parents announce their separation.”

11:30 a.m. – Making Up Is the Thing To Do: “Bob attempts to bring his parents back together at Christmas.”

12:00 p.m. – The Prodigal Darryl: “Darryl’s brothers search for him when he runs off with contest money. Meanwhile, Joanna decorates the inn in Christmas decor for a Christmas card…”

12:30 p.m. – A Christmas Story: “The meaning of Christmas is questioned when Bob and Trisha are both caught red-handed.”

1:00 p.m. – Have Yourself a Married Little Christmas: “Whitey loses an engagement ring among the Christmas presents for orphans.”

1:30 p.m. – A Full House for Christmas: “Louie’s brother, Nick visits from Las Vegas.”

2:00 p.m. – The Spy Who Came in for a Cold One: “An Englishman visits Cheers and tells tale tales of being a WWII spy.”

2:30 p.m. – A House is Not a Home: “Sam and Diane buy a house from a couple who have been there for forty years.”

3:00 p.m. – Christmas Cheers: “Rebecca forces everyone to work late on Christmas Eve. Meanwhile, Sam rushes out to buy Rebecca a gift after he finds out she got him something.”

3:30 p.m. – Love Me, Love My Car: “Sam stoops to low levels in an effort to buy his old car back.”

4:00 p.m. – Santa Goes Downtown: “Harry (Harry Anderson), the wacky night court judge, meets more than his match in a Santa Claus (JEFF COREY) who swears he’s just winding down from…”

4:30 p.m. – Let It Snow: “Christmas Eve becomes a near-tragedy for the night court staff and visitors when they are trapped inside the courthouse without heat during a raging…”

5:00 p.m. – The Night Court Before Christmas: “Harry (HARRY ANDERSON) jails Roz (MARSHA WARFIELD) on Christmas Eve when she won’t divulge the location of a truckload of toys mistakenly given to…”

5:30 p.m. – Santa On The Lam: “When a department store Santa is put in jail on assault charges, he escapes and holds Dan (JOHN LARROQUETTE) hostage at gunpoint.”

6:00 p.m. – Scrooge Gets an Oscar: “In a parody of A Christmas Carol, Felix and the poker players become Dickens characters in a dream after a miserable Oscar refuses to be Scrooge in a…”

6:30 p.m. – Lucy the Choirmaster (Christmas): “Lucy wants to get her son Jerry to California for Christmas as frugally as possible so she arranges for his military academy class to perform carols…”

7:00 p.m. – Home for Christmas: “The Clampetts return home to the hills to celebrate Christmas, where Cousin Pearl is still trying to win Mr. Brewster’s hand in marriage.”

7:30 p.m. – No Place Like Home: “Back in the hills, the Clampetts aid Cousin Pearl in her efforts to “get hitched” to Brewster.”

8:00 p.m. – The Christmas Present: “The Clampetts decide to get into the Christmas spirit by doing something nice for Mrs. Drysdale.”

8:30 p.m. – The Week Before Christmas: “Elly May’s bear eats Granny’s letter from Hooterville, while Mr. Drysdale refuses to give the bank employees Christmas off.”

9:00 p.m. – An Old Fashioned Christmas: “Sam Drucker is selling artificial Christmas trees that squirt “genuine spruce spray” from the top and ooze fake sap from the trunk. Oliver is…”

9:30 p.m. – Birds Gotta Fly, Fish Gotta Talk (flashback/Xmas): “During Christmas, the Castaways get homesick and remember the first day they were shipwrecked.”

10:00 p.m. – The Monkees’ Christmas Show: “The Monkees try to instill the spirit of Christmas in a cynical little boy.”

10:30 p.m. – Wailing In A Winter Wonderland: “An aged nun longs for a White Christmas and Sr. Bertrille is determined to grant her wish.”

11:00 p.m. – Child’s Christmas in Weemawee, A (Part 1): “Patty’s in a quandary: should she spend Christmas in an isolated cabin with her divorced father, or the way she’d prefer– with her friends at school?”

11:30 p.m. – Child’s Christmas in Weemawee, A (Part 2): “Patty wants to patch things up with her dad in time to still attend the all-important Weemawee Christmas party.”

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