Friends - Series 3 - Episodes 17-25 [DVD] 
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Nine more episodes of the sitcom cum soap opera. In 'The One with the Ski Trip', Rachel wants to go skiing, but doesn't invite Ross, and Chandler starts taking Ross and Rachel's split badly. In 'The One with the Hypnosis Tape', Chandler uses a tape to help him give up smoking, but it was designed for use by women. In 'The One with the Tiny T-Shirt', Ross and Rachel argue about what belongs to who, and Monica starts dating a millionaire. In 'The One with the Dollhouse', Joey becomes infatuated with a woman who he is rehearsing with and Ross and Monica inherit an exquisite dollhouse. In 'The One with a Chick and a Duck', Monica's boyfriend buys a hotel and offers her the job of head chef and Joey buys Chandler a pet duck. In 'The One with the Screamer', Joey's play receives awful reviews and Ross tries to convince Rachel that her new boyfriend is psychotic. In 'The One with Ross' Thing', Ross has a thing on his buttocks and (not connected at all) Phoebe dates two guys. In 'The One with the Ultimate Fighting Champion', Monica's boyfriend is determined to become the Ultimate Fighting Champion - but he's not very good. Finally, in 'The One at the Beach', the friends spend a weekend in a beach house, where Rachel becomes jealous of Ross' new girlfriend and convinces her to shave her head. Ross realises that he still loves Rachel (like we didn't already know).
Season 3: Having really hit its comedic stride, the third season did the smart thing and showed a more serious side to the Friends' frivolous nature. There was fun introducing the chick and the duck, poking ""Ugly Naked Guy" with a stick and "T.O.W. The Princess Leia Fantasy" (for which George Lucas sent a "thank you" note). Then after establishing a few cracks in their otherwise fairy-tale union, "T.O.W. Ross and Rachel Take a Break" offered admirable contrast. From here on in, the awkward catchphrase "we were on a break" became a hard-hitting reminder that love hurts. The other s' relationships were naturally no less complicated. "T.O.W. Monica and Richard are Just Friends" teased a now moustache-free Tom Selleck into thinking he might be "the one". Then Pete (Jon Favreau) tried his hand before insanely wanting to become "The Ultimate Fighting Champion". This episode pulled off an incredible double guest surprise from Billy Crystal and Robin Williams, proving just how popular the show had become. To that list were added cameos from Ben Stiller as "The Screamer", Sherilyn Fenn as one of Joey's exs and Isabella Rossellini, who taught Ross to never fantasise on laminated plastic. The cast were fitting in film roles where possible. Cox appeared in Scream, then brought David Arquette back with her for a cameo, which kept their off-screen chemistry alive. The final surprise was Teri Garr as Phoebe, Sr in "T.O. At the Beach", where it was hinted that something might be salvaged between Ross and Rachel after all. --Paul TonksSee all Product description
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