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  • Holidays
    • A-Day
        • The game begins during A-Day, a celebratory day for the Avengers coinciding with the unveiling of their new headquarters and helicarrier.
    • Blazer Day
        • Joke Daphne makes about Frasier waiting for his new hand-stitched Italian jacket. Daphne: "Morning, Dr. Crane. I made you a special breakfast… After all, blazer-day comes but once a year!" (Season 7 episode To Thine Old Self Be True)
    • Blecch
        • Melmackian holiday. ALF's investment strategy involves selecting companies whose names start with letters in Melmackian holidays. He picks Boston Latrine Chemicals because of the similarity to the holiday Blecch (Season 4 episode We're in the Money)
    • Breakfast Day
        • Anniversary/holiday that Leslie creates for her and Ann, commemorating the first time they hung out at JJ's, which she considers the beginning of their friendship. (Season 5 episode Article Two)
    • Calendar Day
        • Anniversary/holiday that Leslie creates for her and Ann, commemorating the first time she ever bought Ann a calendar. (Season 5 episode Article Two)
    • Captain Picard Day
        • Banner visible when Picard consults the archives at the Starfleet Museum. (Season 1 episode Remembrance)
    • Cheers Day
        • New holiday celebrating Cheers' 100 year anniversary (Season 8 episode 6 The Stork Brings a Crane)
    • Christmas 2
        • New religious holiday that the department store Costington's created for last spring. (Season 9 episode Thrash of the Titans)
    • Chu'dag
        • When Earth Central orders Babylon 5 to host a week-long series of festivities demonstrating the dominant religious beliefs of the various races aboard, a pilgrim with a very large ceremonial dagger arrives to celebrate the sacred day of Chu'dag. (Season 1 episode The Parliament of Dreams)
    • The Cleansing
        • When Rick and Morty land on the planet that celebrates The Festival, the one night each year when all crime is legal like the movie The Purge, Rick lists several other purge planet events he's encountered over the years, including The Cleansing, The Red Time and Murder Night (Season 2 episode 9 Look Who's Purging Now)
    • Cut a Throat Week
        • When Rupert discusses the upside of murder, he mentions holidays that there should be where murder is legalized, such as Cut a Throat Week and Strangulation Day.
    • Durin's Day
        • Dwarven equivalent of New Years Day. The secret entrance to the Mountain above Dale and Esgaroth becomes visible on Durin's Day.
    • Dutch Kincaid Day
        • Event at Yankee stadium where Dutch wants Sam to pitch to him (Season 9 episode 24 Pitch it Again, Sam)
    • Empire Day
        • Holiday celebrating the day the Republic became the Empire, the end of the Clone Wars - and, as it turns out, Ezra Bridger's birthday. (Season 1 episode Empire Day)
    • Everlight
        • Everlight is a holiday in Mythic Quest video game that the team also celebrates in the office. It's kind of like New Year's, but way better, with great food and a LARP fighting tournament called Tournament of the Dawn. (Season 1 episode Everlight)
    • Fappiano
        • Thanksgiving on Melmac (Season 3 episode Turkey in the Straw)
    • The Festival
        • What the locals call the one night each year when all crime is legal like the movie The Purge (Season 2 episode 9 Look Who's Purging Now)
    • Feynman Day
        • Eureka version of April Fool's Day (Season 5 episode In Too Deep)
    • Flaming Moe's Day
        • After Moe's new Flaming Moe mixed drink gets popular, Mayor Quimby declares a new holiday, on the same day as Veterans Day. (Season 3 episode Flaming Moe's)
    • Ford's Day
        • Lenina liked the drums. Shutting her eyes she abandoned herself to their soft repeated thunder, allowed it to invade her consciousness more and more completely, till at last there was nothing left in the world but that one deep pulse of sound. It reminded her reassuringly of the synthetic noises made at Solidarity Services and Ford's Day celebrations.
        • Holiday celebrating the town of Eureka's origins (Season 4 episode Founders Day)
    • Founder's Week
        • Annual celebration of all things Pawnee that includes a pie-eating contest, a giant petting zoo and the Founder's Week parade. (Season 5 episode Are You Better Off?)
    • Frasier Crane Day
        • Seattle holiday created to celebrate Frasier's 1000th radio show (Season 5 episode The 1000th Show)
    • Freedom Day
        • Similar to American Independence Day celebrated in 3000's Earth. If you wanna do something, you do it, and to spleckh with the consequences!
    • The Gathering
        • Event where the Clansmen on the Royal cemetery planet congregate together. It's the dradest. (Season 2 episode Taking the Stone)
    • Giftsgiving
        • New holiday that department store Costington's brainstorms, eventually going with Love Day. (Season 9 episode Thrash of the Titans)
    • Ha'Mara
        • Bajoran holiday commemorating the anniversary of the Emissary's arrival. Bajorans fast to show appreciation to the Prophets. (Season 4 episode Starship Down)
    • The Holy Days of G'Quan
        • The final ceremony of the Narn religious holiday the Holy Days of G'Quan involves followers of G'Quan burning the flower G'Quan Eth as incense as first rays of sunlight pass over the G'Quan Mountain on the Narn Homeworld. (Season 1 episode By Any Means Necessary)
    • I'm Married To The Most Wonderful Woman in The Galaxy Day
        • Miles creates a holiday to cheer up Keiko after she closes the school due to the Dominion threat. (Season 3 episode The House of Quark)
    • Love Day
        • New holiday that department store Costington's comes up with to get people to spend more money. (Season 9 episode Thrash of the Titans)
    • Mail Day
        • Anniversary/holiday that Leslie creates for her and her mail delivery person, commemorating the first time she delivered her mail. (Season 5 episode Article Two)
    • Marge Simpson Day
        • After an overworked and under appreciated Marge parks in the middle of the road on the Springfield Memorial Bridge, Mayor Quimby declares it Marge Simpson Day. (Season 3 episode Homer Alone)
    • Martin Lawrence King Day
        • Lacey mixes up Martin Luther King Day. (Season 5 episode Charlie and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good Very Bad Thanksgiving)
    • Merlinpeen
        • Annual festival of mouth pleasure created by Frank, Toofer and Lutz, celebrated on December 22nd.
    • Monument Day
        • Holiday. The day recognized as the day that modern society ended. Monument Day is about reflecting on what's been lost. (Season 1 episode 1 Brave)
    • Murder Night
        • When Rick and Morty land on the planet that celebrates The Festival, the one night each year when all crime is legal like the movie The Purge, Rick lists several other purge planet events he's encountered over the years, including The Cleansing, The Red Time and Murder Night (Season 2 episode 9 Look Who's Purging Now)
    • National Grandmothers Day
        • New holiday. "The President of the United States, by proclamation, named the first Sunday in November as National Grandmothers' Day and urged the grandchildren of America to say it with flowers."
    • National Rag On The Martians Day
        • Holiday on Melmac (Season 2 episode Isn't It Romantic)
    • National Scrub Your Toilet Day
        • Karen: It's national Scrub Your Toilet day, and I think you should get home and start celebrating! (Season 4 episode The Third Wheel Gets the Grace)
    • New Founder's Day
        • New holiday Leslie wants to create, the official beginning to the new combined towns of Pawnee and Eagleton. (Season 6 episode The Wall)
    • Oil Appreciation Day
        • New holiday in Springfield, created when oil is discovered beneath Springfield Elementary. (Season 6 episode Who Shot Mr. Burns? Part 1)
    • Old Timer's Day
        • Joke Marsellus Wallace makes to Butch: Besides, Butch, how many fights you think you got in you anyway? Hm? Two? Boxers don't have an Old Timers' Day.
    • The Red Time
        • When Rick and Morty land on the planet that celebrates The Festival, the one night each year when all crime is legal like the movie The Purge, Rick lists several other purge planet events he's encountered over the years, including The Cleansing, The Red Time and Murder Night (Season 2 episode 9 Look Who's Purging Now)
    • Resurrection Day
        • The holiday on which half-lifers were publicly honored.
    • Sadie Hawkins Day
        • Fictional holiday that inspired real-world Sadie Hawkins dances, where girls ask out the boys.
    • Spendover
        • New religious holiday like Passover that department store Costington's brainstorms, eventually going with Love Day. "Less talk, more presents" (Season 9 episode Thrash of the Titans)
    • St. Melmac's Day
        • Holiday on Melmac (Season 2 episode We are Family)
    • St. Ploopington's Day
        • Joke Elenor makes after her temper tantrum at Tahani's party. "USA! USA! USA!" (Season 3 episode The Snow Plow)
    • Ted Party Day
        • Holiday when the residents of Pawnee commemorate the great Pawnee Tea Dump of 1817 by throwing a guy named Ted in a lake, due to confusion regarding the old-timey script in the town charter. (Season 5 episode Article Two)
    • Thanksgiving-me-your-money Day
        • Fake holiday from Angela's joke about Dwight's Hay Place amusement park, which she calls Pay Place. (Season 7 WUPHF.com)
    • Truth Day
        • Fake holiday from joke Chandler makes: It's Thanksgiving, not Truth Day! (Season 6 episode The One Where Ross Got High)
    • Vermintide
        • Celebrated every 13 years, the Chaos moon is full for 13 days in a row. The Skaven hold many ceremonies dedicated to their patron deity, the Horned Rat.
    • VK Day
        • Day of celebration commemorated victory over the Kromaggs, from one of Maggie's virtual reality scenarios on the VR world. (Season 4 episode Common Ground)
    • VVN Day
        • June 1971: The United States wins the Vietnam War. (Season 1 episode An Almost Religious Awe)
    • Weasel Stomping Day
        • From The Song Weasel Stomping Day: Put Your Viking Helmet On, Spread That Mayonaisse On The Lawn, Don't You Know It's Weasel Stomping Day!
    • Winter Day
        • New holiday in the future. Also referred to as Winter Weekend. People give gifts and throw parties. (Season 1 episode Update Eve)

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