This hilarious, award-winning comedy from Bright/Kauffman/Crane Productions follows the lives, loves and careers of six young adults finding their way in the big city.
"Must-See TV" comes to iTunes with lucky season seven of the smash sitcom sensation. Beginning moments after Chandler proposes to Monica, the hip and hilarious antics of TV's favorite friends follow as Chandler (unsuccessfully) tries to bond with his future father-in-law; Rachel gets a hunky assistant and Ross introduces his son to the miracle of Chanukah by way of the "Holiday Armadillo.
The sixth season shakes things up: Chandler and Monica move in together, and Rachel and Ross are married - sort of. They wed on a lark in Las Vegas, but when Rachel demands an annulment, Ross claims he got one. He didn't. Rachel moves in with Phoebe, but finds they have different styles. And Joey can't find acting work, so he ends up with a gig at the gang's favorite coffee shop, Central Perk.
The worldwide comedy hit comes to a bittersweet, but comic close with its tenth and final season. Pushing the show to the limit, the final season includes "the ones with:" Monica's goes from "big hair" to beaded cornrows, Phoebe's marriage to Mike (Paul Rudd) in a blizzard, and Ross's spray-on tanning trip gone horribly wrong.
Continuing episodes of the smash-hit television comedy series, documenting the lives and loves of six pals in New York City.
Friends...they give advice on your casualty-strewn love life...they see who you really are...but most importantly, they share the laughs and frustrations of trying to find your place in life.
The hilarity continues with Season Nine of the smash-hit comedy series as Phoebe is confronted with some tough romantic choices between new boyfriend Mike (Paul Rudd) and old David (Hank Azaria), Rachel tackles motherhood and Monica and Chandler become "inspired" to start their own family. Discover why the top-rated TV series of its time "stands alone" (USA Today).
In season five, in the aftermath of Ross' bungled wedding in which he calls his bride-to-be Rachel, Ross moves in with Chandler and Joey. Monica and Chandler secretly date -- but one by one, their friends find out. Plus, Rachel gets a great new job and Phoebe gives birth to triplets. Recurring guest star Michael Rapaport (My Name Is Earl, The War at Home) appears as a cop who wants to date Phoebe.
One of television's top-ranked series and the recipient of numerous Emmy Award and Golden Globe Award nominations, "Friends" is a smart, sophisticated comedy that looks into the hearts and minds of a group of friends living in New York.
In the eighth exceptional season that won the Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy Series, Friends continues to play at the top of its game with these 24 "outstanding" episodes.