TV and Movies·Posted on Sep 20, 2022Let's See If You Agree With My Ranking Of The "Friends" Halloween CostumesReminder that if it comes down to pink bunny or no bunny...it's always no bunny at all.by Jess GoodwinBuzzFeed ContributorFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink I don't know about you, but one of my favorite things about fall is all Halloween TV episodes. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF NBC / Via giphy.com Some shows, like Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Bob's Burgers, are pretty reliable when it comes to delivering Halloween episodes, and others...not so much. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF Fox / Via giphy.com Friends might seem like a show that would have a lot of Halloween episodes, but, despite its 236-episode run, it falls into that "not so much" category. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF NBC / Via giphy.com When it came to holiday episodes, Thanksgiving and Christmas got plenty of airtime, but Halloween only got a sole episode. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF NBC / Via giphy.com We did get to see some non-Halloween costumes on occasion — most notably during "The One with the Holiday Armadillo" — but it's just not the same. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF NBC / Via giphy.com A proper Halloween episode took a while to happen, too. We don't see the group celebrate the holiday until Season 8, even though there were plenty of opportunities. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF NBC / Via giphy.com Seasons 2 and 9 even had episodes air right on October 31. It was a fun episode, though, and so I decided to rank the gang's Halloween costumes — let me know if you agree! 10. Rachel as "a woman who spent a lot of money on a dress and she wants to wear it because soon she won’t be able to fit into it." NBC / HBO Max I get the frustration that goes along with having something new to wear but nowhere to wear it, but I can't get behind people not dressing up for Halloween, so I'm putting her dead last. 9. Chandler as a giant pink bunny NBC / HBO Max Even though it's fun to see Chandler basically looking like an overgrown Ralphie from A Christmas Story, watching a grown man complain all night about the costume his wife got him is just annoying. Get your own costume if it's such a big deal. 8. Mona as a nurse NBC / HBO Max Boring. Next. 7. Monica as Catwoman NBC / HBO Max This is kind of a bare-bones Catwoman costume IMO — especially for someone like Monica, who's extremely meticulous and seems like she would live for the details. But she looks pretty cute in it. 6. Phoebe as Supergirl NBC / HBO Max To be honest, Phoebe's isn't much better than Monica's. She has that instant recognizability going for her, but it looks like she popped into a Spirit Halloween earlier that day and just went with what was left. But again, she looks cute. 5. This kid as a lil' cowpoke NBC / HBO Max I'm throwing this one into the mix because it's honestly just an adorable costume, and as Rachel put it, "so in style." Also, impatiently asking "Can I just have the candy?" is extremely relatable. 4. Ross as Spud-nik/space doody NBC / HBO Max I'm biased here because I love a good (and bad) pun, and Ross gets points for putting more effort into his costume than pretty much everyone else at the party. 3. Eric as the solar system NBC / HBO Max Eric (or at least his students) also put a decent amount of effort into this simple-yet-effective costume, and it's cute that he let them help. (I also like that whichever member of the show's costume department created it made it look like it was actually put together by second-graders.) 2. Gunther as Charlie Brown NBC / HBO Max Kudos to whoever suggested this costume, because it's just Gunther all over. The thought of him deciding to dress as one of the most iconic lovable losers out there is either very self-aware...or not at all. Either way, it's a definite yes from me. 1. Joey as Chandler NBC / HBO Max Joey's is another very low-effort costume — he obviously just went into Chandler's closet and grabbed some of his old clothes — but one of my absolute favorite gags in TV shows is when a character imitates another character. Joey's impression of Chandler is goofy as hell, but it's also pretty spot-on. Which of these Halloween costumes is your favorite? Sound off in the comments.