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  • Actors: Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry
  • Writers: David Crane, Marta Kauffman
  • Format: Box set, PAL
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Classification: 12
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: 25 Oct. 2004
  • Run Time: 22 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (73 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00064MJAE
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 5,343 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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All 20 episodes from the tenth and final season of the much-loved series. In 'The One After Joey and Rachel Kiss', paper-thin walls in a hotel room lead to the discovery of Joey and Rachel's liaison, and Monica tries to loosen up by getting corn-rows in her hair. In 'The One Where Ross is Fine', Ross puts on a brave front and invites Joey and Rachel to come over for dinner with him and Charlie. Meanwhile, Chandler and Monica visit some friends of Phoebe's to find out more about adoption. Chandler puts his foot in it by telling the couple's son that he's adopted. In 'The One With Ross's Tan', Joey and Rachel's decide after an awkward date that they make better friends than lovers and call off their relationship, and Monica and Phoebe try to avoid their annoying friend Amanda. 'The One With The Cake' sees the last ever appearance of June Gable as Estelle on the show, as her character dies later in the series. 'The One Where Rachel's Sister Babysits' sees Monica and Chandler asking Joey to write a reference letter to the adoption agency on their behalf - with bizarre consequences. Rachel's sister comes to visit and, while babysitting Emma, gets the little girl's ears pierced without consulting Rachel. In 'The One With Ross's Grant', Rachel and Monica fight over which of them will receive a hideous painting from Phoebe's apartment when Mike, who is moving in with Phoebe, asks her to get rid of it. Ross has the chance of being awarded a big grant, but must schmooze Charlie's still-doting ex-boyfriend to get his hands on it. In 'The One With the Home Study', Phoebe and Mike keep changing their mind about whether to donate their wedding fund to charity. Ross discovers Rachel's irrational fear of swings. And in spite of the fact that Monica and Chandler's adoption worker once had a disastrous one-night-stand with Joey where he never called her back, Monica and Chandler are finally approved for adoption. In 'The One With the Late Thanksgiving', Monica decides she's not cooking Thanksgiving dinner this year, but Phoebe talks her into it. Then, when Ross, Rachel, Phoebe and Joey are all late to the dinner, Monica and Chandler lock them out. Monica gets a phone call informing her that a pregnant girl from Ohio has chosen her to adopt her unborn baby. In 'The One With the Birth Mother', Monica and Chandler travel to Ohio to meet a potential mother for their child, but the mother-to-be mistakes them for a reverend and a doctor. In 'The One Where Chandler Gets Caught', Phoebe and Rachel think Chandler's having an affair when they see him getting in a car with a mysterious blonde woman. However, it turns out that the woman is Monica and Chandler's realtor, and the couple are buying a house together. In 'The One Where the Stripper Cries', Danny DeVito makes a surprise appearance as the ageing and emotional stripper at Phoebe's bachelorette party, while Joey makes a celebrity appearance on the TV quiz show 'Pyramid'. In 'The One With Phoebe's Wedding', Phoebe asks Joey to give her away at her wedding, a role he takes very seriously. Monica, as the wedding planner, is so irritatingly organised that Phoebe ends up firing her. On the wedding day, New York is hit with the worst snowstorm it's had for 20 years, and Phoebe and Mike end up getting married in the street outside of Central Perk. In 'The One Where Joey Speaks French', Phoebe attempts to teach Joey some French for an audition. Chandler and Monica's surrogate mother Erica comes to visit, and informs them that the baby's father may be a shovel killer. Ross and Rachel head out to Long Island after her dad has a heart attack. When Rachel needs a shoulder to cry on, Ross rejects her advances, and they both agree never to have sex with each other again. In 'The One With Princess Consuela', Monica and Chandler visit their new house. Phoebe changes her name to Princess Consuela Bananahammock after realising that she can choose whatever name she likes. But when Mike changes his name to Crap Bag, she agrees to stick with Phoebe Buffay-Hannigan. Rachel is offered a job in Paris. In 'The One Where Estelle Dies', Phoebe discovers that Joey's agent Estelle has died but can't bring herself to tell him. Chandler and Monica visit the house next door to theirs and discover that Janice is bidding on it. To get her to withdraw her offer, Chandler makes a pass at her. In 'The One With Rachel's Going Away Party' (aka 'The One Where Rachel Goes to Paris'), the friends throw a going away party for Rachel. She says goodbye to each of her friends, with the exception of Ross. Erica, the surrogate mother of Chandler and Monica's baby, goes into labour at the party. In 'The Last One (Part 1)', Ross is desperate to be with Rachel, but she is still set on going to Paris. He tries to tell her how he feels, but Gunther beats him to it. Meanwhile, Erica, much to Monica and Chandler's surprise, gives birth to twins: a boy and a girl. Chandler and Monica name the girl Erica, and the boy Jack (after Monica's father). In 'The Last One (Part 2)', Ross and Phoebe chase Rachel to the airport, but accidentally go to the wrong airport. They manage to get to the right airport just in time, and Ross tells Rachel he loves her, but, in a dazed state, she gets on the plane anyway... Chandler and Monica finish packing for their move to the suburbs, and the friends bid each other an emotional goodbye.

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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 24 Jan. 2005
Format: DVD
Filled with mixed emotion this suitable ending to a great show is all too soon. Great episodes throughout but the viewer constantly has the feeling that the only one worth watching is the subtley named 'The Last One.' The DVD itself is one of the better friends boxsets with some interesting special features such as the hilarious outakes. Any person can clearly see that the tears in the episodes are real as this was such a wonderfull show filled with a great cast and crew. They will be sorely missed. Thiis DVD is a must have for anyone who enjoyed the show. Unmissable.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By EKY on 24 July 2004
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It's tragic that this terrific series has come to an end. However, since it's the last dvd set they have provided some extra features on the final disc to make everyone feel a little better. These include interviews with cast and crew, so you can find out what they really think of each other, but more importantly some hilarious out-takes. These prove Jennifer, Courtney, Lisa, the two Matts and David are just as amusing off set as they are on. I think Matt Le Blanc proves himself to be the funniest here, although it would be hard to pick a stand-out moment. I recommend watching the out-takes after you've seen the final episode. It's great for drying the tears!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By M. Wilson on 15 Sept. 2013
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Also known as the one where the actors got paid 1 million dollars per episode. And it was worth it! it might not have happened otherwise. The main storyline is Monica and Chandlers adoption process and there are some truly touching moments ,along with the hilarious and the genius addition of Anna Farris as the dopey adoptive birth Mother Erica. There is also Phoebe's wedding to Mike and Ross and Rachael's long played out relationship. The series ends at the right time, although I would happily watch another 10 years, the friends are well into their thirties by now and keeping them in apartments with room mates seems silly.
There is only 20 episodes and im happy to say the image quality is so much better than the earlier ones. I was disappointed with the extras as none of the main cast seemed to think about the fans and give 15 minutes of their time instead we get interviews with some characters who only made a few appearances in the whole 10 years.
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27 of 31 people found the following review helpful By "beckyx" on 14 Nov. 2004
Format: DVD
This DVD Boxset is worth buying just for the extras! There's lots of behind the scenes info etc, but the best part by far is the 30 minutes of outtakes from all the past series! I don't think I've laughed so much for a long time! This DVD will definitely cheer up those cold winter evenings!
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Ms. M. E. Walker on 28 Jan. 2007
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Being the last, this series had to be the best.. and it is. The best episodes include, "the one where ross is fine", "the one with princess consuela" and obviously "the last one". I won't spoil the ending but if you haven't seen this series, it is a must. The characters have grown a lot from series one and this means that the comedy has evolved itself. Throughout the series.. it is always a will they/won't they with ross and rachel, and you will find this out. However, the other characters have their own endings too, with each starting a new experience. The episodes never tire and you won't regret buying this dvd. This is one of the best programmes for years to come... buy it!
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Alexandros Panayi on 24 Aug. 2004
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I may not be the most objective reviewer, being an enthusiastic Friends fan, but I have never enjoyed the 6 of them more than series 10 (well maye series 5... ok). There are some classic scenes from all of them, but being a distinguished Phoebetian, some of Phoebe's scenes are outstanding: see her get frustrated over Joey's absolute incapability to learn french(a truly great moment), hear the name "Regina Phalange" in french, discover with her what a "bananahammock" really is!!! Not to mention the all exciting turn of events that leads to the final break up of the gang.
Many people I know cried in the last episode... I however did not... Dunno why, but I think that owning all of the episodes on DVD and being able to watch all of them over and over again kind of softened the blow. I recommend this series 10 box set, if not for the great comedy within, for the historic "goodbye" of "Friends" who became my friends and a source of laughter even during some of the hardest moments of my life. Bye guys! ;-)
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Petrides Antonis on 10 Aug. 2004
Format: DVD
The series had its off-moments, there is no denying that (TOW Joey speaks French was one of the less imaginative episodes in the history of the show; TOW Princess Consuela was not perfect either), but episodes like TOW the Stripper cries and the concluding extravaganza are all-time classics, which had us all reaching for the tissues: to wipe away tears of laughter and a choking feeling of pain. Someone described the separation anxiety of leaving Friends behind like "losing a limb". It is that, and so much more. Friends has been simply the best sitcom in the history of television and nothing else, even legends like Happy Days or Cheers, even come close.
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 14 May 2004
Format: DVD
The last series of friends wasn't the best compared to series 1, 2 or 3 but was still a superb way to finish off 10 years. I happened to be in the US when the last episode aired and I wasn't dissapointed. Chandler's still cracking sarcastic one liners and Phoebe still acting crazy. The final episode rounds off a brilliant set, answering the question on everyone's mind; do Ross and Rachel get back together?.
Includes great episodes such as TOW Ross's tan, TOW Joey speaks French, TOW The home study, TOW Estelle dies and of course The last one.
It's a must buy for any Friends fan, buy it now!
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