Friends 10 Seasons 1996

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Season 3
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1. The One With the Princess Leia Fantasy AGES_12_AND_OVER

Ross reveals a fantasy to Rachel involving a certain "Star Wars" character.

Starring:
Jennifer Aniston,Courteney Cox
Runtime:
22 minutes

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Season 3

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Genres Comedy
Director Gail Mancuso
Starring Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox
Supporting actors Lisa Kudrow, Matt Leblanc, Matthew Perry, David Schwimmer
Season year 1997
Network Warner Bros.
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101 of 103 people found the following review helpful By Ahmed on 6 April 2003
Format: DVD
Definitely one of the best and most exciting seasons of Friends, it's the season where Ross and Rachel are; still dating, break-up, and eventually decide to get back together by the season's end. In between lots of events take place, e.g. Monica gets a new boyfriend (Pete the millionaire) and Joey &Chandler buy birds (a chick and a duck). The season features some of the all-time favourite Friends episodes! I love the packaging! You take it out of the cover and the DVD version is like a folder. It opens up into like 6 pages with the DVDs and episodes listings. You can also choose to have subtitles (choice is from 4 different languages) or you can choose to have none.
The episodes are:
Disc 1:
The one with the Princess Leia Fantasy- Ross' secret fantasy doesn't stay secret for long after he confides in Rachel. Chandler begins to rekindle his relationship with ex-girlfriend Janice.
The one where no one's ready- Ross gets riled when his friends fail to be ready on time for a museum fundraiser.
The one with the jam- Monica tries to get over Richard by making jam but she gets obsessed. Se decides to get a sperm from a bank to have her own baby.
The one with the Metaphorical tunnel- Ross and Rachel encourage Chandler to commit to Janice.
The one with Frank Jr.- Phoebe invites her bro over for a visit. Ross makes a list of celebrities he's allowed to sleep with and one of them shows up.
The one with the flashback- Janice asks them if they've ever dated each other, they say no but they start thinking of the past (when Joey hits on Monica by stripping and when Chandler tries to make something happen between him and Rachel).
The one with the racecar bed- The 'Mattress King store' sends Monica a wrong bed, a kid's bed.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Mr. C. J. Armistead on 19 Jun. 2004
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This is definitely up there with the best series' of friends (along with series 4 and 6), it's a time when the stories are still fresh but the awkwardness between the characters (particularly evident in the first half of season 1) has completely disappeared. It also contains the post popular Friends episode according to the British public; 'The one with the football'. Other classic episodes of the series include, 'The one where no one's ready', 'The one without the ski trip' and 'The one at the beach'. There's no 'filler' episodes that began to appear in the 7th series and the laughs are consistent throughout. One major downside is the lack of extras. It seems that Warner have completely neglected to add any extras to the DVDs and the extras described by one reviewer are only available on the Region 1 versions. Each episode is the standard length and not the longer versions that also appear on the Region 1 DVDs. Still worth buying, but if you are a huge Friends fan i would suggest getting it imported on Region 1.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Ms. B. Williams on 10 July 2006
Format: DVD
This third season of Friends brings about the birth of probably the biggest line in Friends history hence the "We were on a break!" title. Once again the Ross and Rachel relationship is at the forefront of this series after Rachel gets a dream job at Bloomingdales and has less and less time to spend with him, Ross ends up thinking Rachel is having an affair with a co-worker and proceeds to cause problems by sending her presents and even a barber shop quartet at her works! This then brings Rachel to ask Ross in the heat of an argument if they can have a break in their relationship to then regret saying it. Ross then sleeps with another woman only for Rachel to find out even though they had got back together. Ross thinks that he's done nothing wrong as they were on a break but Rachel disagrees and finishes the relationship! Ross and Rachels damaged friendship is an integral part of a lot of the episodes.

We also have Monica having a relationship with millionaire Pete Becker until he decides to be the ultimate fighting champion and Chandler dating Janice AGAIN even though he's spent forever trying to get rid of her, finding he does after all really like her, only for her to get back with her husband she's separated from known as the mattress king!

Again, there are a number of great cameos from some famous celebrities. These include Courtney Cox's real-life husband David Arquette who appears as a stalker of Pheobe's twin sister Ursula but ends up stalking Pheobe instead believing her to be Ursula, Ben Stiller who is a date of Rachel's one night and unbeknown to her has a bit of a screw loose and shouts at random people for no reason, Isabella Rossellini who appears as one of Ross's chosen people who he's allowed to have sex with if her ever gets the chance even though he's going out with Rachel and Robin Williams and Billy Crystal who make brief appearances in the coffee house.

Once again, another great series of Friends.
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Blaine Clark Adams on 30 Dec. 2005
Format: DVD
Although competing with the previous season as the best series of the ten, this is definitely one of the best and most exciting seasons of Friends, it's the season where Ross and Rachel are; still dating, break-up, and eventually decide to get back together by the season's end. In between lots of events take place, e.g. Monica gets a new boyfriend (Pete the millionaire) and Joey &Chandler buy birds (a chick and a duck). The season features some of the all-time favourite Friends episodes! I love the packaging! You take it out of the cover and the DVD version is like a folder. It opens up into like 6 pages with the DVDs and episodes listings. You can also choose to have subtitles (choice is from 4 different languages) or you can choose to have none.
The episodes are:
Disc 1:
The one with the Princess Leia Fantasy- Ross' secret fantasy doesn't stay secret for long after he confides in Rachel. Chandler begins to rekindle his relationship with ex-girlfriend Janice.
The one where no one's ready- Ross gets riled when his friends fail to be ready on time for a museum fundraiser.
The one with the jam- Monica tries to get over Richard by making jam but she gets obsessed. Se decides to get a sperm from a bank to have her own baby.
The one with the Metaphorical tunnel- Ross and Rachel encourage Chandler to commit to Janice.
The one with Frank Jr.- Phoebe invites her bro over for a visit. Ross makes a list of celebrities he's allowed to sleep with and one of them shows up.
The one with the flashback- Janice asks them if they've ever dated each other, they say no but they start thinking of the past (when Joey hits on Monica by stripping and when Chandler tries to make something happen between him and Rachel).
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