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David Schwimmer reveals 'Friends' episode he most wants to show his daughter

Now starring in "The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story," Schwimmer chatted with Glamour about his favorite "Friends" episodes.
/ Source: TODAY

"Friends" star David Schwimmer may have trouble picking a favorite episode of that beloved NBC sitcom, but when considering one he'd most want to show his daughter, a particular one comes to mind.

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David Schwimmer arrives at the 2016 FX Winter TCA at the Langham Huntington Hotel & Spa on Saturday, Jan. 16, 2016.Rich Fury / AP

"'The One With the Holiday Armadillo' was fun! I mean, it was really fun," Schwimmer — who has 5-year-old Cleo with wife Zoe Buckman — told Glamour magazine in an article posted online Wednesday. "I hope to one day show my daughter that episode."

FRIENDS -- \"The One with the Holiday Armadillo\" -- Episode 10 -- Aired 12/14/2000 -- Pictured (l-r): Cole Mitchell Sprouse as Ben Geller, Matthew Perry as Chandler Bing as \"Santa Claus\", David Schwimmer as Ross Geller as \"The Holiday Armadillo -- Photo by: NBCU Photo BankNBC via Getty Images

In that episode, Schwimmer's character Ross tries to teach his son, Ben, about their Jewish heritage for Hanukkah, but winds up doing so in an armadillo costume when he realizes it's too late to find a more holiday-oriented suit.

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Further hilarity ensues when Chandler (played by Matthew Perry) shows up in head-to-toe Santa gear.

Another favorite of Schwimmer's is "The One with the Blackout," in which Ross tries to make a romantic move on Rachel (Jennifer Aniston), only to be sidetracked by an attacking cat.

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"That was a memorable one," Schwimmer told Glamour, "but [honestly], there are so many."

Expect far fewer goofy sight-gags when Schwimmer plays O.J. Simpson's controversial defense attorney, Robert Kardashian, in FX's "The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story," premiering Tuesday on FX.

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