Erica has gone into labor three weeks early and Chandler has a hard time getting along with the situation when Monica leaves them alone in the delivery room. Meanwhile, Ross and Rachel sleep together...
Rachel Green, Ross Geller, Monica Geller, Joey Tribbiani, Chandler Bing and Phoebe Buffay are six 20 something year-olds, living off of one another in the heart of New York City. Over the course of ten years, this average group of buddies goes through massive mayhem, family trouble, past and future romances, fights, laughs, tears and surprises as they learn what it really means to be a friend.
There are fifty-four Dogs in the Friends series: the Threshold Guardian Dog Phoebe runs over, Ross's Dog Cheechi who was dead not playing down on the farm, the Happiest Dog in the World that Joey breaks, Margha's Dog, a Pitbull Chandler moves Mike's sofa past, the Bloodhound Monica has a nose like, Phoebe's Neighbour's Dog Satan that she used to run away from, the Dog in the Street Monica's going to be shot like for going shopping with Julie, Ginger's annoying dog Pepper Joey wishes he'd burned instead of her artificial leg, the talking Dog from Joey's Dogfood commercial, Ugly Naked Guy's Dog that wears a sweater, a Blue Dog on some Central Perk Pop Art, two dogs Chandler sees going at it when visiting a house that's for sale, Mischa's Dog that he says goodbye to in seven languages from half a World away, the four Dogs in Ohio Joey puts Chandler's Sweater Vests on, the Puppy Phoebe's given in Montauk, LaPooh the Green family Dog that got hit by an ice-cream truck, the yapping Dog from the toy race, Cujo, the purebred Phoebe thinks Mike's girlfriend Precious might be, Cash's Dog Wally, Chandler's incontinent Dog Molly, the Dog who mauled the actor who was going to audition for Mac and CHEESE, the five Dogs Chandler runs into while trying to say Hey to Kathy, Old Yeller, the three Puppies that turn out to be the triplets when Chandler and Monica have to babysit, Jill Goodacre's Dog Dexter that panics during the blackout, Frank Junior's old Dog Tumour, the St Bernard from Rachel's vivid birthing metaphor, the Seeing-Eye Dog that Cliff decides not to eat, the Dog that was too big for the Dollhouse because it was built on toxic waste, the rabid Dog that was nearly feasting on Ross's danglers, the lost Puppy Monica used to follow Rachel around like, the Dog Mike has to knock off Monica's head playing ping-pong in Barbados, the Dog that keeps running off with Rachel's presents, the ornamental Big White Dog, the three Puppies Joey uses to cover up the Director's swearing, Chandler's Barking Slippers, Clunkers the Dog that Chandler's terrified of, a Dog Joey pretends to see to get out of answering Janice's questions & Mike's family dog, Chappy, who he uses as his 3rd groomsman (while Ross ends up carrying Chappy down the aisle because of the snow) in his and Phoebe's wedding. There's also an unspecified number of puppies that Chandler wants to run over because it would be easier than dumping Janice. See more »
Ross says the Bapstein-King Comet Shower technically began 7 billion years ago. Technically, that's back to around 3 billion years before the Earth formed. See more »
Wow, you sure have a lot of books on being a Lesbian.
Well, you have to take a Course. Otherwise they don't let you do it.
See more »
The credit clips are changed regularly, about twice a season. In TOW London the clips are only those that occur in that episode (Such as Chandler and Monica waking up in bed together, and a pregnant Phoebe eating cereal on her belly) See more »
There never has been a sitcom that truly pictures life among the singles (twenty-something) as good as this show does. It's not just comedy, it presents the episodes in such a way that one can truly identify with the situations they face so the audience has something to talk about in coffee shops too. The humor is universal. I feel like I'm part of the group every time I watch it because I feel the different emotions they go through. Plus, of course, it is so much fun because it's fast-paced. Every scene and every moment is relative to what is going to happen next so you don't feel like it is dragging you onto nothing. Just like how a sitcom should be. Funny!
463 of 550 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this