If you plan to spend this February 14th at home on your couch eating chocolate, the least we can do is help you out a little by narrowing down the best-ever TV episodes about the love-it-or-hate-it holiday. From Liz Lemon’s anti V-day celebration to the young love on Full House, these Valentine’s Day episodes will definitely make you hate the holiday a tad bit less.
"Mindy on The Mindy Project is obsessed with romantic comedies, so I like that for their first Valentine's Day episode, they paid homage to like four at once. There was a When Harry Met Sally plot which turned into a Sleepless in Seattle plot. Nora Ephon/Meg Ryan heaven. " - Kaitlin, Senior Editor
"I'm down for any "special episode" of Full House, especially when it involves such a celebratory sweater. Michelle and Teddy attempt to be boyfriend and girlfriend just because they feel like they should—and we've definitely all been there in some capacity, right? Cue the sappy "I learned my lesson" music…" - Emily, Social Media Manager
"The Valentine's Day episode of The Office when Andy writes everyone a Valentine's Day card so that he doesn't have to completely reveal his crush on Erin. I'm obsessed. Kelly ends up telling everyone Andy is obsessed with her, while Jim and Pam sneak off and get drunk off of endless champagne at lunch." - Victoria, Editorial Assistant
"What could go wrong when Seth, Summer and her boyfriend Zach work on a comic book together? It's not like his love for her could ever get in the way of work, right?" - Lea, Video Editor
"Glee's season two Valentine's Day episode was memorable for many reasons—noone can forget Finn's kissing booth or Rachel singing "Firework." But I especially loved that this was the first time we saw Kurt come to terms with his sexuality and his feelings for Blaine. Kurt introducing the Warblers' "Silly Love Songs" at the end of the episode at Breadstix is just everything." - Haley, Entertainment Editor
"I'm not even necessarily the biggest Simpsons fan, but I still giggle whenever I think of their "I Love Lisa" V-Day episode when Ralph Wiggum mistakes Lisa's kindness for a crush. Whenever I think of that Valentine she gives him that says "I Choo-Choo-Choose You" I laugh out loud. No idea why I think it's so funny and cute - but I do!" Kelly, Contributing Editor
"On 30 Rock when Liz tries to prove it's ok she doesn't have a Valentine by scheduling a dentist appointment that day, it turns out all of her ex-boyfriends show up for her! Well, with the assistance of a powerful anesthetic." - Lea, Video Editor