9 Creative Halloween Costumes From TV Characters

This Halloween, you could make the obvious costume choice and dress up as a character from your favorite show, or you could switch things up and dress as the character did.

Because you might face multiple Jessica Days at a costume party, but how many will be dressed as Jessica Day as Joey Ramona Quimby?

And if you tell fellow party-goers you’re dressed as Abed as Batman, their minds will be blown with how meta you can be.

  • 1. How I Met Your Mother: Ted, Lily and Marshall’s Third Wheel Series

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    As awkward as these are they’re still adorable. Hopefully the first Halloween after Ted mets up with the mother they can do a double couples costume and add some paprika to the mix.

  • 2. Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Oz as God

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    Sometimes pulling off a costume is all about confidence.

  • 3. Community: Britta Perry as a Squirrel

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    Her commitment to a modest Halloween, as well as her use of props, is impressive.

  • 4. Friends: Ross Gellar as Spud-nik

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    Dr. Gellar gets an A+ in puns, though he probably didn’t spark a costume trend.

  • 5. Freaks and Geeks: Bill Haverchuck as The Bionic Woman

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    When you’re just a little too old to be trick-or-treating you should try to blend into the crowd by being a ghost or a grim reaper. Bill obviously didn’t get that memo.

  • 6. New Girl: Jess Day as Joey Romona Quimby

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    With any luck, this mashup will some day be the answer to a Jeopardy! question.

  • 7. 30 Rock: Liz Lemon as Harry Potter

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    Judging from the expression, this must have been Order of the Phoenix Harry.

  • 8. Glee: Kurt and Blaine as Snooki and The Situation

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    The appropriate use of a Halloween spray tan.

  • 9. Charmed: Leo as a WWII Solider

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    Leo earns a place on the list just for being able to party as a young man in the ’90s as the young man he was in the ’40s.

     

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