Extended cut version of the complete seventh season of the popular US comedy sitcom about the lives of six young New Yorkers. Episodes comprise: 'The One With Monica's Thunder', 'The One With Rachel's Book', 'The One With Phoebe's Cookies', 'The One With Rachel's Assistant', 'The One With the Engagement Picture', 'The One With the Nap Partners', 'The One With Ross's Library Book', 'The One Where Chandler Doesn't Like Dogs', 'The One With All the Candy', 'The One With the Holiday Armadillo', 'The One With All the Cheesecakes', 'The One Where They're Up All Night', 'The One Where Rosita Dies', 'The One Where They All Turn Thirty', 'The One With Joey's New Brain', 'The One With the Truth About London', 'The One With the Cheap Wedding Dress', 'The One With Joey's Award', 'The One With Ross and Monica's Cousin', 'The One With Rachel's Big Kiss', 'The One With the Vows', 'The One With Chandler's Dad', 'The One With Monica and Chandler's Wedding: Part One' and 'The One With Monica and Chandler's Wedding: Part Two'.
Just in case anyone was starting to think Series 8 of Friends
was about nothing but Rachel, "The One with the Rumour" reveals the "We Hate Rachel" club that's been around some time: Ross started it in High School with a character played by a certain Mr Jennifer Aniston (an uncredited Brad Pitt). In a welcome change of focus, "The One with Monica's Boots" has Monica and Chandler arguing over finances while Phoebe and Ross argue over the attentions of Sting's wife Trudie Styler (cameoing as herself). Next in "The One with Ross' Step Forward" his girlfriend from Monica and Chandler's wedding turns out to want more from him than he'd planned. And getting back to Rachel, her hormones find her bouncing all over looking for a partner. "The One Where Joey Dates Rachel" is her surprise resolution. This is another exceptional turn behind the camera for Schwimmer, who relegates his on-screen time to teaching a respectable class, finally. Other highlights of this volume include Joey swearing he can eat a whole turkey, another screw-up boss at Chandler's office and everyone's addiction to the Ms Pacman arcade game. --Paul Tonks
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