Friends: Season 2
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Enter--and, in the bittersweet season finale, exit--Tom Selleck as Dr. Richard Burke, the family friend ("He's like a brother to... Dad," notes a disapproving Ross) who becomes Monica's (Courtney Cox) lover. Joey (Matt LeBlanc) finds success (albeit short-lived) as Dr. Drake Ramoray on "Days of Our Lives" and moves out ("We're not Bert and Ernie," he tells roommate Chandler). Future Emmy winner Lisa Kudrow's best season is to come, but, as Phoebe, she makes the most of some memorable subplots, including her shocked discovery of sad movie endings she had been shielded from ("The One Where Old Yeller Dies"), her dispute with Ross over evolution ("The One Where Heckles Dies"), and her channeling of an elderly woman who died on her massage table ("The One with the Lesbian Wedding"). Praise is due unsung hero Lauren Tom, so charming and sweet in the thankless role as Julie, the Girl Who Comes Between Ross and Rachel. Adam Goldberg also makes an indelible impression in his three-episode stint as Chandler's new "psycho" roommate. Notable omissions from this set include chapter stops for each episode, and uh, ahem, hel-LOH, how about commentary from the cast? --Donald Liebenson
DVD ROM Features: Take in an open house at Monica and Rachel's place with our interactive map; leaf through the Friends of Friends guestbook
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Match wits on the How Well Do You Know Your Friends trivia quiz with a DVD-exclusive video: the never-before-seen uncut version of "Smelly Cat"
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Personally, I consider this to be Friends' best season for two reasons. The first one being the great episodes showcasing the beginning of Ross and Rachel's relationship ("The One Where Ross Finds Out," "The One With the List," "The One With the Prom Video" and "The One Where Ross and Rachel...You Know") and secondly, the hilarious Chandler and Joey moments during the time when Joey's moving out ("The One Where Joey Moves Out," "The One Where Eddie Moves In" and "The One Where Dr. Ramoray Dies"). This is a must have for any Friends fan!
Just so you know what episodes you'll be getting in this collection, here's a complete list:
1. "The One With Ross' New Girlfriend"- Rachel is mad when Ross brings home his new girlfriend, Julie. Phoebe chops off Monica's hair.
2. "The One With the Breast Milk"- When Rachel discovers that Monica has been spending a lot of time with Julie, she's jealous. Ross is shocked when Phoebe tastes Carol's breast milk before she gives it to baby Ben.
3. "The One Where Heckles Dies"- The cranky upstairs neighbor, Mr. Heckles dies and leaves Monica and Rachel his belongings in his apartment.
4. "The One With Phoebe's Husband"- The gang finds out about Phoebe's secret- she married her gay Canadian friend so he could get a green card. Rachel tries to keep Ross and Julie apart.
5. "The One With Five Steaks, An Eggplant"- Monica gets fired for accepting free steaks from the meat vendor at work.
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Since its debut season (1994-95), "Friends" has received 33 Emmy Award nominations, including four for Outstanding Comedy Series. The cast won a Screen Actors Guild Award in 1996 for Outstanding Ensemble Performance in a Comedy Series and has been nominated three times (1996, 1997, 1998) for a Golden Globe Award for Best Television Series, Musical or Comedy. "Friends" won the People's Choice Award for Favorite New Comedy Series in its first season, and has since won twice more as Favorite Comedy Series.
Below are the episodes which are featured on season 2. I have not mentioned the episodes in detail since they might give away a few happenings on the show, which are enjoyed while watching the show itself :) Here's a glimpse of what you will see though...
The One With Ross's New Girlfriend - Rachel gets an unpleasant surprise when Ross returns home. Phoebe has varied success when cutting her friends hair.
The One With The Breast Milk - Monica goes shopping with Ross's new girlfriend and is afraid to tell Rachel.
The One Where Heckles Dies - The downstairs neighbor dies and bequeaths his strange possessions to Monica and Rachel.
The One With Phoebe's Husband - Everyone is surprised when Phoebe's husband shows up.Read more ›
When season two picked up, we found out that Ross was going to be a tougher catch than Rachel thought. This made for quality television when Rachel began to flirt with Ross in blatant attempt at winning his affection. Once Rachel accidently announces to Ross that she has fallen for him, he is presented with the incredibly difficult decision between Julie and Rachel. He's had a crush on Rachel since high school, but he's gotten serious with Julie. That too is accompanied by good writing and classic moments in the "Friends" (and "Mad About You") universe. For all fans of "Friends", we've known for years how these predicaments turn out, and we also anticipate the eventual relationship between Ross and Rachel in this season.
This season is full of quotable dialogue and memorable situations. It easily ranks up there as one of the best "Friends" seasons. The first one started it all, and we are forever in the creators' debt for that, but as the series progressed so did the writing and the actors' performances.
This season houses many classic escapades such as when we find out that Phoebe is married to a Canadian ice skater (who she once thought was gay), when Ross finds out about Rachel's reciprical desire when she says, "I'm over you"(in which he replies, "You're over me? When were you under me?Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Some sitcoms just pass the test of time and Friends is one of those. No matter how many times you've seen the episodes, it's great to curl up and relive the stories. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Bria J
One of the best ever sitcoms I have watched. Then watched again a million times!!Published 3 months ago by Raj
A collection of old TV programs...not much to say about the CDs other than they still work when queued up in the player.Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
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