The word Fridays, a plural form of the day of the week Friday, may represent any of the following:

  • Fridays (TV series), a sketch comedy television program on ABC, from 1980 to 1982
  • Fridays, a former Friday night animation block on Cartoon Network (US), from 1999 to 2007, preceding Fried Dynamite.
  • T.G.I. Friday's, a restaurant chain that is often referred to as "Friday's"

Other articles related to "fridays, friday":

Corner With Love - International Broadcasts
... Hong Kong 28 May 2007 to 22 June 2007 Mondays to Fridays from 2300 to 2400 ATV Home Hong Kong 1 June 2009 to 29 June 2009 Mondays to Fridays from 1900 to 2000 KSCI USA from 25 July 2008 Mondays to Fridays at 1900 BS-TB ...
London Buses Route 299 - List of Routes - 900–999
... Route Start End Day of Operation Operator 931 Crystal Palace Lewisham Fridays only Abellio London 965 Tolworth Kingston Mondays and Fridays only London United 969 Whitton Roehampton Vale Tuesdays and Fridays ...
I Hate Fridays
... I Hate Fridays is a children's novel written by Australian author Rachel Flynn and illustrated by Craig Smith ... in 1990, it is the first book in the I Hate Fridays collection ... The title comes from a character's testament that he hates Fridays because of the spelling tests that are always held ...
Friday Fast
... The Friday Fast is an Eastern Orthodox, Roman Catholic, and Anglican practice of abstaining from meat on Fridays ... According to Pope Peter of Alexandria, the Friday fast is done in commemoration of the crucifixion of Jesus Christ on Good Friday ... Council it has not been widely followed by Roman Catholics apart from Lenten Fridays and Good Friday itself ...
Mistresses (2009 TV Series) - International Broadcast
... Timeslot Australia Seven Network 29 April 2008 Tuesdays, time 2130 Belgium Canvas January 2009 Fridays, 2110 Bulgaria BNT 2010 ... Unknown Czech Republic Czech Television September 2010 Wednesdays, 2220 Finland YLE 1 ...

Famous quotes containing the word fridays:

    We go on dating from Cold Fridays and Great Snows; but a little colder Friday, or greater snow would put a period to man’s existence on the globe.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)