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Friends 10 Seasons 2004

Season 10
4.7 out of 5 stars (251) IMDb 9/10

The worldwide comedy hit comes to a bittersweet, but comic close with its tenth and final season. Pushing the show to the limit, the final season includes "the ones with:" Monica's goes from "big hair" to beaded cornrows, Phoebe's marriage to Mike (Paul Rudd) in a blizzard, and Ross's spray-on tanning trip gone horribly wrong.

Starring:
Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox
Original air date:
May 6, 2004

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Season 10

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1. The One After Joey and Rachel Kiss

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

CC TV-NR September 24, 2003 29 minutes
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2. The One Where Ross is Fine

Rachel, Joey and Charlie attend an uncomfortable dinner party at Ross' apartment, but they fear for his state of mind when Ross uncharacteristically overindulges in wine, song and laughter.

CC TV-NR October 1, 2003 23 minutes
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3. The One with Ross's Tan

Suave Joey is as confident as usual while preparing to make love with Rachel for the first time.

CC TV-NR October 22, 2003 24 minutes
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4. The One with the Cake

On Emma's first birthday, Rachel convinces Monica and Chandler to delay their long-anticipated trip to Vermont to stay for the party.

CC TV-NR October 29, 2003 22 minutes
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5. The One Where Rachel's Sister Babysits

Rachel feels like her annoying, self-indulgent younger sister, Amy, is finally on the verge of making a major change in her attitude.

CC TV-NR October 29, 2003 28 minutes
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6. The One With Ross's Grant

Charlie's ex-boyfrieind Hobart offers an esteemed paleontology grant to Ross on the condition that he break up with Charlie.

CC TV-NR November 5, 2003 24 minutes
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7. The One with the Home Study

Monica and Chandler nervously prepare for a visit from an adoption worker, Laura, who will decide if they would be suitable parents.

CC TV-NR November 12, 2003 23 minutes
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8. The One with the Late Thanksgiving

Monica prepares a fabulous Thanksgiving feast for the gang, but she becomes furious when everyone arrives late to the gathering.

CC TV-NR November 19, 2003 23 minutes
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9. The One with the Birth Mother

Nervous and excited, Monica and Chandler travel to Texas to meet a young pregnant woman, Erica Simmons, who is considering allowing them to adopt her child when it's born.

CC TV-NR January 7, 2004 24 minutes
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10. The One Where Chandler Gets Caught

When Phoebe and Rachel see Chandler getting into a car with a pretty woman during work hours, they follow him to the suburbs and witness him going inside a large house with the woman.

CC TV-NR January 14, 2004 22 minutes
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11. The One Where the Stripper Cries

Joey appears as a celebrity contestant on "The $100,000 Pyramid," with its actual host, DONNY OSMOND (himself), but Joey's dubious IQ costs his partner the prize money.

CC TV-NR February 4, 2004 27 minutes
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12. The One with Phoebe's Wedding

In a special milestone episode, Phoebe's wedding planner, Monica, makes everyone around her crazy--until Phoebe fires her.

CC TV-NR February 11, 2004 29 minutes
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13. The One Where Joey Speaks French

Monica and Chandler show Erica, the mother of the unborn baby they want to adopt, the sights of New York, and they also learn more facts about her and the baby's biological father.

CC TV-NR February 18, 2004 23 minutes
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14. The One with Princess Consuela

Rachel nearly gags on her meal when she secretly meets at a restaurant for a job interview and sits right next to the table where her current boss is dining.

CC TV-NR February 25, 2004 23 minutes
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15. The One Where Estelle Dies

When Rachel makes a startling announcement, Ross secretly schemes to get her former job back for her.

CC TV-NR April 21, 2004 23 minutes
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16. The One with Rachel's Going Away Party

As Rachel prepares to leave for Paris, the gang hosts a farewell party for her.

CC TV-NR April 28, 2004 22 minutes
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17. The Last One (Part 1 and Part 2)

Filled with humor and bittersweet emotion, the series finale of "Friends" finds Rachel, Monica, Phoebe, Joey, Chandler and Ross embarking on the next chapters in their lives.

CC TV-NR May 6, 2004 47 minutes
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Product Details

Genres Romance, Comedy
Starring Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox
Supporting actors Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry, David Schwimmer
Season year 2004
Network NBC
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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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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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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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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...I just don't like this season.

I own all 10 seasons on DVD, and I have always watched the entire set of discs for each season within a couple of weeks (if even that long!) of buying them but I just can't do that with season 10.

I've owned this for nearly two months and haven't finished the second disc. I have no desire to... The acting seems poor, the story lines seem forced and I really don't find the stories to be that great. Yes, there are still good moments in this season, but for the most part I think it's just a big yawn.

I love this show, don't get me wrong. I started watching back in 1995 and watched faithfully up until the series finale aired. I even cried knowing it was over. But really, what I miss is the classic moments of Friends. And I have them all on DVD so I can watch them any time I want, so it's not ALL bad. Especially considering the show went waay downhill when they started toying with the idea of Joey and Rachel as a couple...

Ah, that's just my opinion! Already I feel guilty for stating it...

If you're a fan and you own the other seasons, you've got to have this. The set wouldn't be complete without it.
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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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For 10 years, Monica, Rachel, Ross, Phoebe, Chandler and Joey filled Thursday night television screens across America. Friends became one of the most popular television shows ever and the 10th and final season was a fitting end to a great run of television for the six friends.

The only disappointing thing about the final season was the fact that there were only 18 episodes, as opposed to the normal 24. Despite that, the writers were able to get some great new story lines and were able to explore a little more of the past among the six main characters.

When Friends began back in 1994, nobody could have probably imagined the success that it would reach. When the show aired its final episode, there was so much speculation on just what would happen with Rachel and Ross and Monica and Chandler's baby and how Joey would be spun off into his own show and how Phoebe and Mike would begin their married life. The writers and producers did a great job of tying up all the loose ends, bringing in recurring characters and all, to give Friends viewers a complete feeling of closure.

In Season 10, Monica (Courtney Cox-Arquette) and Chandler (Matthew Perry) truly go through the biggest life style changes, as they search for a new home, confront their inability to have kids and venture into the world of adoption. The simple fact that they are preparing to leave NYC and their familiar apartment is something that weighs on them and their friends as the season goes on.

Joey (Matt LeBlanc) has the hardest time adjusting to the departure of his friends. He doesn't want to see Monica and Chandler leave more than anyone else. However, it is his story at the start of the season that provides his best arc of the season.
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