Remember the Christmas episodes of television shows past? Remember when Robert Downey, Jr. was Ally McBeal's boyfriend? The 1990s brought many great yuletide moments to the small screen, and you can revisit most of them on Netflix. Call your friends up on your Zack Morris phone and invite them over for a night of Kevin Arnold, Angela Chase, and Fox Mulder—you can scroll down for our favorite Christmas episodes... though, sadly, Seinfeld isn't on Netflix so the list is lacking in Festivus action.

SAVED BY THE BELL ("Home For Christmas," season five, first aired: December 7, 1991): Zack, Slater, Screech, Kelly, Lisa and Jessie are working at the mall for the holidays where they befriend a homeless man and his daughter.

THE WONDER YEARS ("Christmas Party," season five, first aired: December 11, 1991): The Arnolds throw their annual Christmas party and things get tense... and interesting, when one guest smokes pot in the basement. Nostalgia x 1000!

MELROSE PLACE ("A Melrose Place Christmas," season one, first aired: December 16, 1992): Billy puts lights up around the apartment complex pool, basically.

MY SO-CALLED LIFE ("So-Called Angels," first aired: December 22, 1994): "Rickie finds himself homeless on Christmas, and Angela tries to help him with the aid of a mysterious homeless girl."

THE X-FILES ("How the Ghosts Stole Christmas," season six, first aired: December 13, 1998): Mulder and Scully visit a house haunted by two ghosts who return every Christmas.

FELICITY ("Finally," season one, first aired: December 15, 1998): There's Ben, there's Noel, there's finals, and there's Felicity in a seasonally appropriate fair isle sweater.

BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER ("Amends," season three, first aired: December 15, 1998): Christmas in Sunnydale! During this one, "Angel is haunted with dreams of the people he murdered over the years as Angelus," and eventually Buffy gets dragged into his nightmares. At the end of the episode, Angel tries to kill himself by waiting outside for the sun to rise, when the heatwave the town was suffering under abruptly ends and the first flakes of snow start to fall.

ALLY MCBEAL ("Blue Christmas," season three, first aired: December 20, 1999): Remember when Robert Downey, Jr. was on Ally McBeal?

And while there was no Twin Peaks Christmas episode, the show was on the air during Christmastime, and the below commercial aired: