Friends 10 Seasons 2003

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Season 10
(224) IMDb 8.5/10
Available in HD

1. The One After Joey and Rachel Kiss TV-NR CC

Still in Barbados after Ross' keynote address, the friends cope with a variety of dilemmas.

Starring:
Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox
Runtime:
30 minutes
Original air date:
September 25, 2003

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The One After Joey and Rachel Kiss

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Season 10

Customer Reviews

"Friends" is always funny, no matter how many times you watch the same episodes.
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And so it made me very happy when I opened up this last DVD set and saw a coupon to buy just the box that the box set comes in!
Jessica
I have all, and i mean ALL of the Friends DVD's and Season 10 will now complete my collection. :)
Sarah White

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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on March 30, 2006
Format: DVD
Let me start out by saying that I probably owe my life to Friends. They kept me going through some tough times, and I always knew I could look forward to Thursday nights at 8pm. Now that Friends has ended, while I am terribly sad, I now can buy these DVDs and watch Friends whenever I want.

Season 10 is wonderful. I must say that I prefer the newer seasons, probably from season 6 on. The Monica and Chandler relationship is amazing, and Phoebe and Mike are perfect together. Of course, we still have Rachel and Ross, who are the best couple. Going into season 10, there were some questions: what would happen with Monica and Chandler's adoption ideas? what about Rachel and Ross? What would Rachel and Joey turn into? And then we knew Phoebe would be getting married...

All of these questions are answered in season 10. I have to say that my favorite episode is The Last One, which is an hour long episode that is truly remarkable. I had high expectations for the last episode, and my expectations were more than exceeded. The writers managed to keep the last episode funny, cheeful, romantic, and completely beautiful and amazing. Everything turns out the way it's supposed to.

This DVD set comes with some great extras, including many hilarius gag reels and interviews with the cast.

Some other favorite episodes in season ten are:

The One with Ross's Tan [Ross decides to get a spray on tan... but things don't turn out quite right. Meanwhile Phoebe and Monica try to avoid their old friend Amanda who will keep you laughing for hours.]

The One Where Rachel's Sister Baby-sits. [Christina Applegate is remarkable. This episode is fantastically done.]

The One with the Late Thanksgiving.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By N. Hawthorn on October 12, 2005
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
i own all the 9 seasons available so far and will buy 10 as soon as it comes out. i agree with some of the reviews that season 10 wasn't as good as some of the other seasons, like 5 and 6, but it IS still Friends.

and to all those who think this that the Friends are disfunctional and highly unrealistic, therefore the show is stupid, i just have to say -- since when do you watch anything coming out of Hollywood for a glimpse of reality? the show is very entertaining, therefore it serves its purpose. i'll miss it!!
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By DEAN M. Dent on August 12, 2005
Format: DVD
Whereas most shows are creatively bankrupt by it's tenth season(with the exception of the Simpsons),Friends manages to have some inspired moments although it's obvious this show has long since seen better days.

Aside from the season only having 18 episodes,the season's biggest flaw is knowing the end is near, and wrapping up things in a tidy package.The best episode (obviously) is the Finale whereas we know the fate of Ross and Rachal,seeing it unfold is one of the most inspired moments of the entire series.Other classic episodes include TOW...Ross'Tan,...The Late Thanksgiving,...Phoebe's Wedding,and ...The Goodbye Party.

After ten years, 236 episodes, and more classic moments than any show could have given us,Friends will live on in not only Re-runs,DVDs and spinoffs(Joey), but in the hearts of those that it has touched.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jessica on December 11, 2005
Format: DVD
Every season that Friends was on was better than the last in my opinion. So I was very excited when the final season finally came out on DVD. I contemplated buying the box set, but I have all of the other seasons already. And so it made me very happy when I opened up this last DVD set and saw a coupon to buy just the box that the box set comes in!

Anyway, my favorite part of every FRIENDS DVD set I have bought has been the gag reel. And, of course, this one was the best of all. This feature makes me laugh even harder than the actual episodes, if that's possible!

I DEFINITELY recommend buying this DVD set.
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12 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Regina Flangee on October 6, 2005
Format: DVD
I fell in love with this show into the fifth season. Once it started coming out on DVD, I was in HEAVEN! I could watch Friends whenever I wanted! Then the series was over and I was left hanging. Would Ross and Rachel get married? Would Phoebe and Mike have any kiddies? How would Chandler handle changing the diapers

The one thing I realized as the pending release date for the tenth season approaches is once this one is released...that's it. No more Friends. No more Chandler-isms. No more Smelly Cat. I would be again left wondering what happens to my friends.

I will buy this season. Can't say as I will watch this season as eagerly as the ones in the past. I may let this one gather a thin layer of dust before I rip into the package.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By M. J. Dirou on March 20, 2006
Format: DVD
I'm not going to sit here and wax lyrical about what a fantastic show this is (and was), as it might take forever. Suffice to say I am a die hard fan of this well written, long running, mega-successful sitcom, and although all good things must come to end, I was still sad to see it go. Chandler, Joey, Ross, Phoebe, Rachel and Monica have provided many hours of entertaining escapism and hilarity for me over the years. It truly was my 'comfort show' and I never missed an episode if I could help it. I now own seasons 6-10 on DVD, and will no doubt add more to the collection.

Season 10 sees the wind down to the much anticipated finale, with plenty of the usual fun, friends mahem and has some quality comedy moments, in particular from Ross (David Schwimmer) and Joey (Matt LeBlanc), who I think got much funnier as the show progressed. Schwimmer is always funniest in his most absurd and overly anxious moments; in episodes such as 'The One Where Ross is Fine'(where he hosts a dinner in his apartment and covers his uncomfortable feelings about Joey and Rachel, with one too many margaritas) and 'The One with Ross' Tan (Where another attempt at self improvement goes horribly wrong. The 'tan' episode follows in the footsteps of similar grooming fiascos such as, the new leather pants and teeth whitening, and really makes the most of Schwimmer's comic talents as lovable nerd, Ross.

Joey's (LeBlanc's) funniest episode has to be the one where he tries to learn French. He's just so unknowingly ridiculous and stupid. As for the best female moments, they probably belong to Phoebe (Lisa Kudrow),crazy as always, especially when she flies off at Monica at her wedding rehearsal dinner and also where she impersonates Joey's agent 'Estelle'.
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