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We've got the food and drinks to make your finale viewing parties all the more special

Shaun Harrison
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Cougar Town

Serve whatever you like, because with Cougar Town, only one thing matters: the wine!
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Glee

Serve all your guests a snack inspired by the glee clubbers favorite restaurant hangout: Breadsticks. And if they need a little energy boost, may we recommend extra large Slushies. You can choose the flavor, but for the sake of your guests, please try to keep the drinks in the cups — not in their faces.
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The Middle

Whatever is on the menu, you simply must serve Oreos . Why, you ask? Because the best part is "the middle."
4 of 11 Annette Brown/The CW

The Vampire Diaries

For a bloody good Vampire Diaries party, you should always serve a big juicy porterhouse steak. Extra rare, naturally. After your feast, wash it all down with a nice tall Bloody Mary.
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Desperate Housewives

Casseroles must abound for any Housewives-inspired dinner party. But the viewing party wouldn't be complete without a delicious macaroni and cheese dish. We just hope it's better than Susan's.
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Community

If the kids at Greendale have taught us anything, it's that the only good thing to eat in the cafeteria are the chicken fingers. And even though we love those, we'll stick with the variety offered by the vending machine. Twinkies with a side of Skittles? How about a Big Red-wrapped Snickers bar with a 20-ounce root beer? The combinations are endless!
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Hawaii Five-0

Sure, the seafood is great and poi is a Polynesian staple, but for a really authentic viewing party, you must serve Spam. Seriously, Hawaiians can't get enough of it — the state has the nation's highest per capita consumption rate. Grill it, bake it, or throw it on a sandwich. And after your third or fourth pina colada, it actually starts to taste good.
8 of 11 Jeffrey Garland/Fox

The Chicago Code

For a show that painstakingly pays tribute to the details of its city, there's only one choice: Chicago-style deep-dish pizza. Just be sure you have plenty of antacid on hand for the overeaters.
9 of 11 Trae Patton/NBC

The Biggest Loser

All the fatty finger foods usually served at parties fly completely in the face of what The Biggest Loser is about. Keep it simple with a mixed green salad.
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The Office

No matter who is on your party planning committee, no Office viewing get-together is complete without some sort of cake. Just don't let Will Ferrell's Deangelo Vickers near it.
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Bones

Whether mild or spicy, chicken wings make an excellent snack no matter where they are served. But considering the bones left behind when the dining is done, they make a natural pairing with this Fox drama.