Feeling full after all that turkey? If you're too stuffed to move -- or just gathering around the tube with family and friends this weekend -- here's a couch-potato cheat sheet.
No matter what your age, few can resist the warm and fuzzy feeling of "A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving." (search) Charles Schultz's Peanuts gang talk turkey while dishing out ice cream and chips in this 1973 Emmy-winning treat. It airs Thursday at 8 p.m. EST on ABC, followed by another classic, "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" (search) (the Jim Carrey movie version) at 8:30.
Also served up for Thanksgiving: "The Seinfeld Story," (search) at 10 p.m. EST. The show that espoused the stoic mantra "No Hugging, No Learning" goes soft as cast members look back at the series. It's a promotional push for the new Seinfeld DVD -- not that there's anything wrong with that.
Also on Thursday: Fox presents the network premiere of "Spider-Man," (search) starring Tobey Maguire, at 8 p.m. EST.
Saturday, tune in to the holiday perennial "It's a Wonderful Life," (search) at 8 p.m. on NBC. Clarence gets his wings (again) in this holiday favorite starring James Stewart.
Finally, Sunday night, Kelsey Grammer debuts as Scrooge in "A Christmas Carol," (search) at 9 p.m. EST on NBC. The two-hour movie also features Jason Alexander as Scrooge's business partner, Marley, one of several ghosts who pay a visit to the miser on Christmas Eve, Jane Krakowski as the luminous Ghost of Christmas Past and Jennifer Love Hewitt as Scrooge's lost love, Emily.
FOX News' Jennifer D'Angelo, Lisa Bernhard and The Associated Press contributed to this report.