Let’s begin with the first episode of the first season of “Friends” and the point from where it all started. Well, for the starters, you must remember Joey and Phoebe cracking jokes at each other in an apparently “humorless” way.
Joey: Hey Pheebs, you wanna help?
Phoebe: Oh, I wish I could, but I don’t want to.
Friends – can there be any other season to wash off the impact of it from our brains. Hitting in the 90s, this show has exactly the same fan-following as it had in the beginning. On top of that, when it began streaming on Netflix, it reached out to an inexplicable number of people all over the world. I’ve been completely hooked ever since I laid eyes on it.
Friends: Characters and Cast
We all have been seeing Ross, Rachel, Monica, Chandler, Phoebe, and Joey sticking to us like Ross’ leather pants – but in a beautifully desired way! All the humor and fun that we have been entertained with required the right amount of talent and the will to perform. The main cast of “Friends” include Jennifer Aniston as Rachel Green, Courteney Cox as Monica Geller, Matthew Perry as Chandler Bing, Lisa Kudrow as Phoebe Buffay, Matt LeBlanc as Joey Tribbiani, and David Schwimmer as Ross Geller.
Friends: The Obsession
Are we talking of friends, as in the season “Friends?” I’m already freaking out. It’s not a regular-season that came and just went. It left influence – and for undefined stretches of time. It not only became a phenomenal piece of production, but it gave people a way to dress, style, and speak. Most importantly, it gave a compassionate message to all the friends down there.
Friends: The Review
Although, like other comedy seasons, Friends also kind of stumbled around to find a smooth ground. However, it did – in an impressively less time frame. Season One of Friends did have some precise, distinguishable moments, but there had been others that did not make sense – such as Ross having a monkey!
Ross and Rachel’s relationship had been the buzz in the entire second season, especially the early stages. In the later episodes of Friends Season 2, there had been a lot that went around – for example, Rachel agreeing to be the maid of honor at her ex-fiancé’s wedding, Phoebe getting Chickenpox, Rachel’s separated parent’s surprise show up at her birthday party and whatnot.
Season three of friends has been a mix of many emotional moments. Everything was going well until they towed in Monica’s boyfriend – like we were doing JUST fine without him. Some of the unforgettable scenes include Joey and Chandler fighting and the barbershop quartet episode. However, the season had a really happening start with Monica suffering from depression and insomnia following her breakup, Ross confiding in Rachel, Joey struggling to accept Chandler and Janice.
Season Four of Friends is one of the most loved seasons of the entire series. It had some of the best moments of our entire Friends journey. Season four finally shifts away from Ross and Rachel and focuses on Chandler and her depressive heartbreak. Moreover, Lisa Kudrow won the best actress award for her fantastic performance in “The One with Ross’ Wedding.” You won’t believe it, but Phoebe did that her dead mother’s spirit resides in a cat (you can laugh aloud).
Oh, Friends, where to begin praising season five? It made the season from a good show to the BEST show in television history. It showed Ross and Rachel’s friendship and the turn out of the romance. Phoebe giving birth to the babies, and everyone was so engrossed in them. Season five also shows the gang rejoicing their trip to Las Vegas to visit Joey. The season ends with Chandler and Monica’s unexpected reconciliation, so they quickly decide to marry each other. Ross and Rachel, on the other hand, are roaming around in the casino.
Season six of Friends has been a mixed story. We got the most iconic and memorable moments of the series this season. Although it felt like a cover-up season, just to fill any loopholes, it gave us the honor to show Chandler and Monica ultimately getting engaged. Ross has done the best performances in season six. It had been one of the most sentimental seasons, and it left every one of us crying – silently, if not openly!
Certain parts of Friends are a bit chocked up and do not give the best we expected of it. Season seven is one of them. However, it showed Courteney’s best with respect to the performance. Monica’s wedding has been one hotshot in this season, and the planning… well, you can understand… has been HILARIOUS! The other part involves Monica becoming famous in her surrounding become of the candy she makes at home and Phoebe trying to learn a bicycle.
Season eight felt like the writers gave the audience a signal that they have actually run short of ideas on what to do next. It was a bit too boosted because of Rachel’s pregnancy. However, the season became the reason for Jennifer Aniston to get the Best Actress Award. She is still remembered for this season – and it proves to be one of her finest works. This season of Friends gave a new life to all the characters of the series.
Season nine was not something most of the Friends’ lovers appreciated. It’s not that it was a completely terrible thing, but instead, it wasn’t up to the expectations. By season nine, we have had a wedding, a baby, a patch, a break-up, and practically everything that could happen in between. It did not have much to make it stand out from the rest of the seasons. The writer apparently tackled all the roadblocks that could end up in reconciling Ross and Rachel.
Season ten or the finale of Friends was a smack. If not for the fact that the ending season leaves you pretty sentimental, the story has made it to be. Although it was poignant, it kept moving and maintaining the comedic tone of the show. In a savage shift of scenes, they focused on Pheobe and Mike’s relationship and their wedding. It had some very memorable moments, such as JOEY DOESN’T SHARE FOOD!
I have not come up to a comedy season with such an immense fan following like this in my little hitchhiking across the movies and seasons. It has left us baffled with the significant amount of comics and the love we felt for each series’s character. I don’t believe anyone would hate or dislike any of Friends’ characters. This is one of those series that you can watch ninety-nine times and still would love to watch it for the hundredth. Find out more about it by watching it on the spectrum internet. So check out spectrum internet packages, and subscribe today or call at +1-800-370-0251 for any assistance.