TOW

1. What does TOW stand for when discussing TV shows?

The one with

When you're discussing TV shows, the acronym TOW stands for "the one with" or "the one where." Most often, TOW is used to refer to episodes of the sitcom Friends, whose episode titles all begin with "The One With" or "The One Where."

When viewers discuss TV shows, they often refer to individual episodes as "the one with/where [INSERT EXCITING THING HERE]." Those responsible for naming Friends' episodes formalized this convention, making it easy for fans to reference their favorite episodes.

Some sample Friends episode titles that include TOW are:

  • TOW the Cuffs
  • TOW the Prom Video
  • TOW Ross and Rachel ... You Know
  • TOW Paul's the Man

Example

"Did you see that Friends episode - TOW the Fake Party?"
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Last Updated: December 31, 2020

2. What does TOW stand for?

The one where

A variation of "The one with."

Example

"Did you see game - TOW he scored a hat trick in the first half?"

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Last Updated: December 11, 2013

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