Friends 10 Seasons 1999

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Season 6
(171) IMDb 9.1/10
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9. The One Where Ross Got High TV-NR CC

On Thanksgiving, Chandler tries to gain favor with Monica's parents--but an old secret involving Ross causes problems.

Starring:
Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox
Runtime:
23 minutes
Original air date:
November 25, 1999

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The One Where Ross Got High

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Season 6 is one of the greats!
S. N. LLOYD-COOMBS
There is really nothing I can put into words to describe to you just how much I Really Love This SHOW!!!
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465 of 478 people found the following review helpful By S. N. LLOYD-COOMBS on November 8, 2003
Format: DVD
This is surely one of the best series in Friends history. All the characters evolve and they bring in a new style of humour. There are 25 episodes in all, one of the longest series! Season 6 is one of the greats! Here are the episodes and what happens in them.
The One After Vegas - Ross and Rachel aren't sure whether they went ahead with the wedding; Monica and Chandler are having second thoughts; and Phoebe takes Joey on a trip in her cab.

The One Where Ross Hugs Rachel - Joey is upset that Chandler is moving in with Monica. Phoebe helps Ross to show his feelings for Rachel.
The One With Ross's Denial - Ross won't acknowledge his feelings for Rachel, who is occupied with looking for a new home. Joey seeks a new room-mate; and Monica and Chandler disagree over decor.
The One Where Joey Loses His Insurance - Joey suffers a hernia just as his health insurance expires; Ross puts on an English accent when lecturing to university students; Phoebe's psychic reveals something grim; and Rachel discovers the marriage to Ross hasn't been annulled.
The One With Joey's Porsche - Joey finds the keys to a Porsche; Chandler and Monica babysit Phoebe's triplets; and Rachel goes with Ross to make sure their marriage is annulled.
The One On The Last Night - Rachel gets ready to move into Phoebe's apartment. Chandler has a leaving party with Joey before taking Rachel's place with Monica.
The One Where Phoebe Runs - Joey gets a new room-mate - Australian dancer Janine LeCroix (Elle Macpherson) - while Rachel is amused by the running style of her new room-mate Phoebe, a cross between Kermit and The Six Million Dollar Man.
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 30, 2003
Format: DVD
This season starts of with the hilarious post-Vegas fiasco and ends with one of the most charming proposal episodes ever filmed for television. The Sixth Season of Friends is very funny and touching at the same time. The audience finally knows that the Chandler-Monica relationship will end in marriage and the rest of the cast is given important storylines as well. This season, which is extremely FUNNY, may not be the funniest, but it is the most sophisticated. The writing and acting are smart; you can see how special Friends is from this sixth season.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Enrique on February 8, 2004
Format: DVD
I have seen the first 5 series before this one and I think this is teh best one yet. I cannot watch the show when it is on TV normally because of work, so I love having this DVD! I think this is when the show reached it's peak and before it got a little full of itself. Yes, this is a good one!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By SIS on April 29, 2005
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This is definately one of the best Friends seasons ever! I especially enjoyed "The One With Unagi", when Ross tries to prove his "state of total awareness" to PHeobe and Rachel, and ends up getting beaten up by them, and "The One Where Paul's the Man," where Ross and his young girlfriend, Elizabeth, accidentaly take a trip to the same cabin as Elizabeth's father, who is in fact on a date with Rachel there!\

The season ends with "The One With the Proposal", when Chandler is pyching himself up to propose to Monica, and Richard intervenes. The season ends with their engagement, and I would definatley recommend this one to any fellow Friends fan.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Nemo on February 1, 2004
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The 6th season is one of the best years ever, it's when the series is in it's prime and some of the best episodes are included. As the series goes on, and continues to be released on DVD it only gets better and better. If you want something great to watch over and over, you won't regret buying any of these. In fact it seems to have gotten better around season 3, when the writers got more into the character's lives. For a long time, I thought friends was a chick thing, but after watching I realized it's not. Not to mention it's damn funny. Enjoy...
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Chad DeFeo on March 17, 2005
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We all wanted to know what had happened when we saw Ross and Rachel come out of the chapel after exchanging drunken vows. Well, the six friends let us in on what had happened when they returned for the sixth season.

Ross and Rachel wake up the next morning, thinking about nothing, except that they have severely bad hangovers. They then realize what they had done and figure out what to do. Rachel wants a divorce, but Ross immediately disagrees, for if they go through with a divorce, that'll make it Divorce #3 for Ross. He promises that he'll take care of it, but tells Phoebe that he did nothing and is letting the marriage stand without Rachel knowing. Rachel finds out and takes care of it herself, acting like Ross planned the drunken marriage. But Ross points out that it was Rachel who suggested it, not Ross. Rachel apologizes deeply.

Meanwhile, Monica and Chandler decide to move in together. Rachel moves out, but Phoebe invited Rachel to move in with her. Rachel accepts. Joey has Chandler's bedroom unoccupied, so he puts an ad out for a new roommate. Taking the extra room is Australian dancer, Janine. Joey is head over heels for Janine, but she feels nothing for Joey. Janine is then hired to be one of the dancers for Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve. She invites Joey, Ross, and Monica. Joey hopes to kiss Janine when the countdown begins, but when they finish the countdown, they director yells cut. Joey and Janine both confess to each other that they wanted to kiss each other, which leads them into actually kissing. The kiss leads them into a relationship. But that doesn't last long, for Janine does not like hanging out with Monica and Chandler. Joey asks her to move out, for he can't have this between her and his friends.

Phoebe's apartment burns up.
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