Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Friends (F·R·I·E·N·D·S) Season One

24 Episodes ("The One With..." - distinct, isn't it?)
~29 minutes per episode
Comedy Realism 
Aired: 1994 NBC
Starring: Jennifer Aniston, David Schwimmer, Matthew Perry, Matt Le Blanc, Lisa Kudrow, Courteney Cox

I remember that I hyperwatched fanvideos of Jack Frost , from Rise of the Guardians, and the Big Four (apparently now, the Big Five 'cuz of Elsa and Co). I laughed at the voice cracks from Friends. I watched many scenes, most from the middle of the 10 seasons. Always spazzing at Ross' bagpipe performance. 

Anywho, where it all began.

Rachel Greene (Aniston runs from the altar and seeks out Monica Geller, the only high school mate that she knows living in New York. The six men and women face breakups and new relationships , all while having times in their lives as adults. 

Let's meet the friends!
Rachel (Aniston): She's been raised as a "spoiled princess" and , under the advice of her new girlfriends, takes on the challenge of living independently  .... She becomes a waitress at Central Perk, the coffee shop that the Friends dine at.
 Phoebe Buffet (Kudrow): A bubbly, hippie masseuse and guitarist. Usually the last-informed person of news. (She's my favorite gal of the group)
  Monica (Cox): She has had many relationships with men in her life, but hasn't found "the one." She's a chef .

  Ross (Schwimmer):  Monica's older brother . He learns that his ex-wife is pregnant with his child, and has a life partner. He has had a crush on Rachel since high school.
  Chandler Bing (Perry): The go- to guy for your love life, this man is taken up by money and ... seems to have his own life away from his friends. 
  Joey Tribbiani (Le Blanc): A theater actor who seems to be the comedian of the group. 
It's a memorabilia of America . I love watching reruns at 9 PM. It's got a light atmosphere and the jokes are usually smuggled into the episodes. Honestly, it's easy to understand . The cast will be forever in our hearts.
  Joey doesn't start out with a good 'do and his character doesn't have importance nor development, until about seven eps later. Late bloomer? Sure. I enjoyed most of the episodes. 

Best Watching Experience :
1-4, 7,10, 12, 13, 15-24

The Monica.
Uh-uh. Sorry, it's just those bangs..
    It's a slick show for the weekend . Just lay in bed or on the couch and marathon it. It's even better on TV.

Grade: : 7. 5 / 10 

The Flash is on tonight at 8/7 C on the CW!