3 Different sets of playing card based off of your favorite TV shows!
This is a deck of fifty-four standard-sized cards, with four classic suits and printed on poker-quality material. The twist? The fun design is a celebration of the six iconic characters of Friends, everyone's favorite sitcom!
In these Friends Playing Cards, the sextuplet is (more or less) coupled off and assigned to the four suits. Ross and Rachel are (on-and-off-again) hearts. Monica and Chandler are diamonds, because Monica asked to be diamonds and who's going to argue with her? Then the ever-quirky Phoebe takes spades, leaving the lovable Joey as clubs. Who else could be the Joker but--"Oh, my, GOD!"--the inimitable Janice?
Your favorite characters from Dunder Mifflin Paper Company have assembled to appear on this unofficial deck of high-quality playing cards.
Printed on high-quality card material, this deck is a standard poker set, with the four classic suits. Each suit celebrates our favorite characters from The Office. Regional Manager Dwight Schrute is spades; Jim Halpert is clubs, while his beloved Pam Beesly is diamonds; and Michael Scott is hearts because, well, we just love to love him. But of course, it's Creed Bratton himself who is the joker of the deck.
Spice up your card nights with this original playing deck, featuring characters from the iconic show The Golden Girls.
While this playing card deck includes the typical 52 standard-sized cards, four distinct suits, and all printed on quality card materials--the theme of each deck is completely original. The fearless foursome of Dorothy, Rose, Sophia, and Blanche each assume a suit in the deck of cards. The ever-romantic Blanche takes hearts, country-at-heart Rose takes spades, ever-wise Sophia takes clubs, and the sharp-witted Dorothy takes diamonds. Play a game of cards with the series rolling in the background for a truly immersive experience! This is one for the fans of the TV show that first aired more than thirty years ago and continues to gather ever more fans (thanks to the proliferation of streaming services).