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Friends 10 Seasons 2002

Season 8
4.6 out of 5 stars (214) IMDb 9/10

In the eighth exceptional season that won the Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy Series, Friends continues to play at the top of its game with these 24 "outstanding" episodes.

Starring:
Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox
Original air date:
May 16, 2002

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1. The One After "I Do"

Monica and Chandler's wedding reception is almost upstaged by the news that Rachel is pregnant.

CC TV-NR September 26, 2001 22 minutes
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2. The One With The Red Sweater

As they prepare to leave the wedding hotel, an excited Monica and Phoebe speculate about who might be the father of pregnant Rachel's baby.

CC TV-NR October 3, 2001 21 minutes
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3. The One Where Rachel Tells Ross

Everyone seems to know who the father of Rachel's unborn baby is except for the man himself: Ross.

CC TV-NR October 10, 2001 21 minutes
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4. The One With The Videotape

Ross and Rachel's attempt to explain to everyone how they ended up in bed together six weeks earlier quickly devolves into an argument over who pursued whom.

CC TV-NR October 17, 2001 22 minutes
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5. The One With Rachel's Date

Ross is horrified to learn that Rachel is going on a date with a handsome actor, Kash, especially since she is pregnant with Ross' child.

CC TV-NR October 24, 2001 21 minutes
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6. The One With The Halloween Party

At Monica's Halloween party, Phoebe meets the friendly fianc, Eric, of her flighty twin, Ursula.

CC TV-NR October 31, 2001 21 minutes
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7. The One With The Stain

Ross is happy to learn that pregnant Rachel wants to find her own apartment.

CC TV-NR November 7, 2001 21 minutes
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8. The One With The Stripper

Rachel nervously tells her short-tempered father, Dr. Leonard Green, that she is pregnant with Ross' baby.

CC TV-NR November 14, 2001 21 minutes
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9. The One With The Rumor

In this Thanksgiving episode, special guest star BRAD PITT plays Will, Monica's only high school friend who was fatter than Monica was.

CC TV-NR November 21, 2001 21 minutes
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10. The One With Monica's Boots

Chandler becomes upset when Monica spends a fortune on a luxurious pair of black boots.

CC TV-NR December 5, 2001 21 minutes
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11. The One With Ross's Step Forward

Ross becomes nervous when his new girlfriend, Mona, wants to mail cute Christmas cards with both of their pictures on it.

CC TV-NR December 12, 2001 21 minutes
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12. The One Where Joey Dates Rachel

In order to prepare Joey for his big date the following night, Rachel eagerly agrees to accompany him for an evening out.

CC TV-NR January 9, 2002 22 minutes
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13. The One Where Chandler Takes A Bath

As Joey agonizes over his secret affection for Rachel, Monica mistakenly thinks that he is infatuated with Phoebe.

CC TV-NR January 16, 2002 22 minutes
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14. The One With The Secret Closet

When a concerned Joey takes Rachel to the hospital because of pain relating to her pregnancy, he realizes that his intense romantic feelings for her are excluding Ross from the joys of impending fatherhood.

CC TV-NR January 30, 2002 21 minutes
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15. The One With The Birthing Video

Monica playfully prepares a special Valentine's Day for Chandler, complete with sexy lingerie and racy entertainment.

CC TV-NR February 6, 2002 22 minutes
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16. The One where Joey Tells Rachel

Guilt-ridden Joey finally confesses his love for Rachel to the flabbergasted Ross.

CC TV-NR February 27, 2002 21 minutes
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17. The One With The Tea Leaves

Feeling awkward after revealing his romantic feelings to Rachel, Joey avoids contact with her.

CC TV-NR March 6, 2002 22 minutes
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18. The One In Massapequa

Monica becomes inarticulate while giving her toast at a 35th wedding anniversary party for her parents, Jack and Judy, and regrets volunteering to make the speech instead of Ross.

CC TV-NR March 27, 2002 21 minutes
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19. The One With Joey's Interview

Now that he has returned to starring in the daytime drama "Days of Our Lives," Joey is thrilled when his name is used in a Soap Opera Digest crossword puzzle.

CC TV-NR April 3, 2002 21 minutes
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20. The One With The Baby Shower

Rachel panics during a party in anticipation of her baby's birth when she realizes how totally unprepared she is to care for an infant.

CC TV-NR April 24, 2002 21 minutes
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21. The One with the Cooking Class

When Monica's cooking at the restaurant is harshly criticized in a newspaper, she goes to a criticism class taught by the reviewer, hoping to convince him to reconsider his opinion.

CC TV-NR May 1, 2002 21 minutes
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22. The One Where Rachel Is Late

When Rachel's pregnancy goes beyond her projected delivery date, the pain makes Rachel increasingly irritable--and willing to try anything that might speed the baby's arrival.

CC TV-NR May 8, 2002 21 minutes
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23. The One Where Rachel Has a Baby (Part 1)

In the one-hour season finale, Rachel waits in the hospital maternity ward with the anxious Ross.

CC TV-NR May 15, 2002 21 minutes
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24. The One Where Rachel Has a Baby (Part 2)

Rachel is still waiting impatiently for her labor to begin. Joey pronounces a handsome patient, Cliff, suitable for Phoebe to pursue romantically.

CC TV-NR May 15, 2002 21 minutes
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I have to start out by saying that, yes, I'm an obsessive fan of Friends. I have been checking this website EVERY single day since season 7 was released hoping and praying that season 8 would show up, and after what has seemed like eternity, I just turned on the computer and found out that season 8 of Friends will be released on November 9th!!! I have to admit that season 7 is one of the worst seasons of Friends. It's pretty much just a long, drawn-out planning of Chandler and Monica's wedding. Season 8 is much better, where we start out by finding out that Rachel is pregnant and end with the birth of baby Emma, while following the first year of Monica and Chandler's marriage. Let me give you a quick run down of season 8:

The One After "I Do" - The group finds out Rachel is pregnant and Chandler reveals his two left feet.

The One With The Red Sweater - Everyone finds out that Ross is the father of Rachel's baby, except Ross himself.

The One Where Rachel Tells - Ross Finds out he's the father

The One With The Video Tape - Ross shows the gang the videotape of him and Rachel having sex to determine who pursued whom.

The One With Rachel's Date - Ross is uneasy finding out Rachel is going on a date while pregnant with his baby.

The One With The Halloween Party - Pheobe meets Ursula's fiance (Sean Penn)and ross dresses up as "Spudnik"

The One With The Stain - Sean Penn leaves Ursula for Pheobe and Joey puts up a nursery so Rachel will stay at his place.

The One With The Stripper - Monica orders a stripper for Chandler's belated b-day and she turns out to be a hooker.

The One With The Rumor - Brad Pitt guest stars on the thanksgiving episode with the "I hate Rachel" club from HS.
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It's finally coming : the next season of Friends on DVD !! And this November will see the 8th Season release !

I'm a fan of the show and to be honest, season 8 is not my favorite season, but it's still a very good one because.... come on... it's Friends we're talking about !

Not my favorite season, nevertheless a season of the growing up mechanism for the 6 Friends (season 8 is truly the first season where all the Friends start to grow up and the situations start to change and evolve) : Rachel's pregnancy makes her evolve and we're getting far away from the 1st season spoiled Rachel; Monica and Chander experience their 1st year as a married couple, an important step in a couple's life; Ross change his behavior towards Rachel when he learns he's the father of her child and a Ross / Rachel reunion is evoked... Weird because, at the same time, episode 12 of the season features a storylyne involving a brand new, surprising couple : Rachel and Joey. A relationship that will become the key to this season's cliffhanger as well as the whole season 9, including its cliffganger and that will eventually end at the beginning of the 10th [and final] season.

This relationship truly marks Joey and makes his character really evolve as well, and for the first time ever, we discover a Joey really in love with somebody.

Although a lot of fans were against this unexpected relationship and feelings betwen Rachel and Joey (mostly the Ross/Rachel fans), I'm a fan that found this storyline really interresting and it's a plot that showed us that the writers were really inventing, plus they really well succeeded to include that in the show.

About the DVD set; sounds really nice (will be equally the same quality as the other seasons's sets).
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The Friends season-by-season collections on DVD have been fantastic! Season 8 showed a natural and very realistic progression in the lives of Monica, Ross, Rachel, Chandler, Joey and Phoebe. Episodes 171-194 covered the first year of Monica and Chandler's married life together, Rachel finding out she was pregnant with Ross's baby, Joey showing some maturity as he deals with his deepening feelings for Rachel, and Phoebe still trying to find her true love (boyfriends included guest stars Sean Penn and Alec Baldwin).

We had watched our "Friends" transition from their 20's into their 30's and came to know and love them even more in Season 8. We could sense the end was coming though--we thought it would be Season 9 but were treated to an additional (although shortened) Season 10.

Season 8 wasn't all just growing up and getting serious though. Hysterical highlights from this year included Rachel crying out "I don't see it!" when trying to spot her baby on the sonogram, Chandler's claw hand after playing Ms. Pac-Man for hours, finding out Monica's secret - her closest full of junk in her otherwise obsessively-clean apartment, and Chandler discovering the joys of a scented bubble bath.

Seasons 5, 6, and 7 were released just a few months apart from each other, and I was hoping Warner Bros. would continue on the fast-track with seasons 8, 9, and 10 so I could finally complete my collection. It's been an agonizing summer of waiting for news of Season 8's release date (checking Amazon every day waiting for the announcement). Can't believe we still have to wait until November, but hopefully we'll get a Christmas treat and be able to buy Seasons 9 and 10 before 2005 arrives.
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