Friends: The Complete Series

Friends: The Complete Series Summary

This is a show about love and sex and careers and a time in life when everything is possible ... about the search for commitment and security ... and the fear of commitment and security. Most of all, it's about friendship--for when you're young and single in the city, your friends are your family. Friends: The Complete Series Wiki

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Friends: The Complete Series Episodes

Six young (20-something) people from New York City (Manhattan), on their own and struggling to survive in the real world, find the companionship, comfort and support they get from each other to be the perfect antidote to the pressures of life.

This average group of buddies goes through massive mayhem, family trouble, past and future romances, fights, laughs, tears and surprises as they learn what it really means to be a friend.

Episode TitleTime
Season 1, Episode 1: The One Where Monica Gets a Roommate (a.k.a. The One Where It All Began)22:48
Season 1, Episode 2: The One with the Sonogram at the End22:51
Season 1, Episode 3: The One with the Thumb22:50
Season 1, Episode 4: The One With George Stephanopoulos22:46
Season 1, Episode 5: The One with the East German Laundry Detergent22:45
Season 1, Episode 6: The One with the Butt20:46
Season 1, Episode 7: The One with the Blackout22:33
Season 1, Episode 8: The One Where Nana Dies Twice22:46
Season 1, Episode 9: The One Where Underdog Gets Away22:45
Season 1, Episode 10: The One With the Monkey22:46
Season 1, Episode 11: The One with Mrs. Bing22:45
Season 1, Episode 12: The One with the Dozen Lasagnas22:46
Season 1, Episode 13: The One with the Boobies22:45
Season 1, Episode 14: The One with the Candy Hearts22:46
Season 1, Episode 15: The One with the Stoned Guy22:46
Season 1, Episode 16: The One with the Two Parts, Pt. 122:47
Season 1, Episode 17: The One with the Two Parts, Pt. 222:46
Season 1, Episode 18: The One With All the Poker22:45
Season 1, Episode 19: The One Where the Monkey Gets Away22:43
Season 1, Episode 20: The One with the Evil Orthodontist22:43
Season 1, Episode 21: The One with the Fake Monica22:44
Season 1, Episode 22: The One with the Ick Factor22:42
Season 1, Episode 23: The One with the Birth22:43
Season 1, Episode 24: The One Where Rachel Finds Out22:43
Season 2, Episode 1: The One With Ross' New Girlfriend22:12
Season 2, Episode 2: The One With the Breast Milk22:45
Season 2, Episode 3: The One Where Heckles Dies22:49
Season 2, Episode 4: The One With Phoebe's Husband22:48
Season 2, Episode 5: The One With Five Steaks and an Eggplant22:48
Season 2, Episode 6: The One With the Baby on the Bus22:48
Season 2, Episode 7: The One Where Ross Finds Out22:59
Season 2, Episode 8: The One With the List22:48
Season 2, Episode 9: The One With Phoebe's Dad22:44
Season 2, Episode 10: The One With Russ22:47
Season 2, Episode 11: The One With the Lesbian Wedding22:48
Season 2, Episode 12: The One After the Superbowl, Pt. 122:44
Season 2, Episode 13: The One After the Superbowl, Pt. 222:31
Season 2, Episode 14: The One With the Prom Video22:44
Season 2, Episode 15: The One Where Ross and Rachel…You Know22:48
Season 2, Episode 16: The One Where Joey Moves Out22:37
Season 2, Episode 17: The One Where Eddie Moves In22:43
Season 2, Episode 18: The One Where Dr. Ramoray Dies22:41
Season 2, Episode 19: The One Where Eddie Won't Go22:46
Season 2, Episode 20: The One Where Old Yeller Dies22:32
Season 2, Episode 21: The One With the Bullies22:57
Season 2, Episode 22: The One With Two Parties22:46
Season 2, Episode 23: The One With the Chicken Pox22:43
Season 2, Episode 24: The One With Barry and Mindy's Wedding22:43
Season 3, Episode 1: The One With the Princess Leia Fantasy22:42
Season 3, Episode 2: The One Where No One's Ready22:46
After Rachel leaves her fiance at the altar, she moves in with Monica and finds that independence is not so easy, particularly without Daddy's credit cards.
Ross' lesbian ex-wife is pregnant with his child, and he doesn't like her choice of a last name for the baby. Rachel finds out that her ex-fiance went on what would have been their honeymoon with her maid of honor.
A soda company gives Phoebe $7,000 after she finds a dismembered thumb in a can of soda. Chandler is smoking again, to his friends' dismay.
When a deliveryman accidentally brings a pizza meant for George Stephanopoulos, who lives across the street from the girls, they decide to peek at the former White House advisor with their binoculars.
Ross helps Rachel do laundry and considers the evening a first date. Joey has Monica pose as his new girlfriend, because he wants to get back with the girl he just dumped.
Joey gets his big film break when he's hired to be Al Pacino's stunt butt.
Just as Phoebe is about to sing miserable folk songs at Central Perk, New York has a blackout. The gang returns to the girls' apartment, where Ross tries to tell Rachel he likes her.
Monica and Ross mourn the death of their grandmother. Chandler questions his sexuality.
Monica's first Thanksgiving dinner for the gang burns when they all run to the rooftop to see the runaway Underdog balloon from the parade.
The gang makes--then breaks--a pact to celebrate New Year's Eve without dates. Ross compensates for his loneliness by getting a roommate, a monkey named Marcel.
Chandler's romance-novelist mother comes to New York to visit him, and Joey catches her and Ross kissing.
Monica gives Paolo one of the dozen lasagnas she made for her aunt, who doesn't want them anymore because they've got meat in them.
Chandler accidentally sees Rachel wandering around topless after her shower, so Rachel tries to even the score.
Ross and his Valentine's Day date end up at the same restaurant as Susan and Carol.
Monica cooks a gourmet meal for a restaurateur looking for a new chef but, unfortunately, he's stoned.
Joey falls for Phoebe's twin sister, making Phoebe feel neglected. Ross has doubts about parenthood when he attends Lamaze classes with Carol and Susan. (Part 1 of 2)
When Rachel sprains her ankle and has no insurance, she cajoles Monica into trading identities so she can use Monica's coverage. When Phoebe's twin sister breaks Joey's heart, Phoebe tries to fix it. (Part 2 of 2)
Rachel interviews for a job as an assistant buyer at Saks Fifth Avenue. The women face the men in a not-so-friendly game of poker.
The gang searches for Marcel, who slipped out of the apartment while Rachel was caring for him. Just as it looks as though Rachel and Ross will finally spend a romantic evening together, her ex-fiance barges in and declares his love for her.
Rachel and Barry start dating again, even though he is engaged to Mindy, who wants Rachel to be her maid of honor.
When Monica's credit card is stolen, she decides to catch the thief.
After losing his virginity to her, Monica's boyfriend reveals that he's a high school senior. Phoebe temps as Chandler's secretary.
Carol goes into labor while Ross, Phoebe and Susan get locked in a closet.
During Rachel's birthday party, Chandler accidentally lets it slip that Ross is in love with her.
Rachel waits patiently at the airport for Ross, not knowing he is returning from China with his new girlfriend, Julie. Phoebe gives Monica an awful haircut.
The guys are uncomfortable with the thought of Carol's breast milk, while Rachel is upset by Monica's growing friendship with Julie.
After Mr. Heckles dies and leaves all his belongings to Monica and Rachel, Chandler discovers eerie similarities between his life and that of the late eccentric man.
Phoebe has married a gay Canadian ice dancer to help him get his green card.
Income issues divide the friends. Monica, Ross and Chandler have money, and Phoebe, Rachel and Joey don't.
Chandler and Joey lose Ross' son while checking out women on a bus.
A drunken Rachel is persuaded to call Ross and reveal her feelings for him on his answering machine. Now, Ross must make a decision between her and Julie.
Joey and Chandler try to help Ross with his decision to date Julie or Rachel by making a list of the pros and cons of each.
Phoebe tries to track down her real father.
While dating a guy named Russ, Rachel can't see his uncanny resemblance to Ross.
Monica caters the wedding of Ross's ex-wife and her lesbian lover. Rachel learns that her mom and dad are getting a divorce.
Ross travels to San Diego to visit Marcel, his monkey. Joey is stalked by a fan of his daytime drama. First of a two-part episode.
Rachel and Monica compete for the affections of Jean-Claude Van Damme after meeting him on a movie set. Ross and Marcel go on a whirlwind tour of the city. Second of a two-part episode.
Monica and Rachel's prom video reveals Monica's former girth, Rachel's former nose and the way Ross has always felt about Rachel.
Ross and Rachel finally sleep together. Monica becomes infatuated with one of her parents' friends for whom she caters a party.
After having a fight with Chandler, Joey moves out. Monica's father finds out that his best friend and Monica are dating.
Joey considers moving back in with Chandler, but Chandler has a new roommate.
Joey's soap opera character gets dropped down an elevator shaft.
Chandler demands that his bizarre new roommate, Eddie, move out, but Eddie won't go.
Phoebe's world view is shattered when she learns how "Old Yeller" really ends.
Two bullies eject Chandler and Ross from Central Perk. Phoebe meets a brother she never knew she had.
Complications ensue when Rachel's estranged parents show up at the surprise party that the gang planned for her.
Phoebe catches chicken pox from the baby just as her Navy boyfriend surfaces for the first time in two years.
Rachel agrees to be maid of honor at her ex-fiance's wedding.
Ross reveals a fantasy to Rachel involving a certain "Star Wars" character.
In a race against the clock, Ross tries to get the gang dressed and ready for a black-tie benefit at the museum.

Friends: The Complete Series Comments & Critics

Friends: The Complete Series Reviews

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blinks4321 - Wow finally Ross dumps Rachel for being so amazingly vindictive.5 star

In the season Ross finally gets over Rachel for good.

issa.maria - I love this show ❤️🙂. If u hate this show 🤦‍♀️🤷🏼‍♀️🧐. How??5 star

I only had a little problem with Rachel and Ross. Were they on a break or not??

airtimebt - Over Price1 star

The media companies are greedy, way over priced for this.

dateline nerd - Okay3 star

The Friends series is okay! It just inappropriate for young viewers. And i don’t get what the talk is about it!

kibara256 - Friends is amazing5 star

I love the show all I have to say and need to say.

JckXXvI - BEST TV SHOW!!!5 star

Been watching it since 1995... bought the dvds somewhere in 2004 & never get tired or bored watching this show... This is my fav of all time!

Mr. The Giraffe Is Awesome! - One of my favorite shows of all time.5 star

Friends is...great. It’s one of my favorite shows. I’ve seen it all the way through many, many times. I purchased this at $29.99. Which is like $3 a season, and like 12 cents an episode. With Friends leaving Netflix next year this was the sale I was waiting for. I expected I’d get it at $50, not $30. The only bummer is that they aren’t the extended episodes, they are the regular tv broadcasts, but as I’ve seen it this way on Netflix for years it’s not a problem. This show is incredible, and the characters relatable. Great Deal.

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Adi2coo - Best Show Ever5 star

Bought it during a flash sale at the iTunes Store for $29.99 for all 10 seasons. Couldn’t be happier.

~œñëvçîū - Price?5 star

Why is the complete series $139 but each season $9.99 X 10 = $99.90?

Practicality_Fashionatilty?? - This. Show. Is. Amazing!!!🥳🥳5 star

I have watched this show on a loop for the last 2 years (of course with shows in between) there are just so many episodes you forget season 1 by season 3 this show is MUST HAVE MUST WANT item!

marong8912 - Please separate the seasons in meta data3 star


Hatter60 - HD?3 star

Friends is a great TV series.As I am not sure of the original aspect ratio I won’t comment on that.There seems to be lots of confusing information about that.So my comment will be about the HD factor.It is just not very clear for HD.Maybe it was upscaled....just not very well.

kevin is hot love macy - Hey5 star

Hi I am like yes omg is my weamorning ease yearsand l love poppy

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Al. Peabody - R2 star

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TheCraziestBird523 - Great Series5 star

It’s just a great series. It really is. It’s true. I wouldn’t lie when it comes to this show. I might on others, but not this show.

RjRuiiz - The whole series under 100$!5 star

Yes please! Been waiting for this to go a down low since it’s leaving Netflix soon Bye Netflix!

Slim lately - Classic5 star

This sitcom really defined and captured the 90s. For anyone who grew up in the 90s, the nostalgic factor alone is worth the purchase price.

pholly - Stupid5 star

I’d rather have HD instead of an extra minute of unnecessary, blurry DVD footage.

Sandra S* - One of the best series ever made!5 star

Totally recommending it! Been watching in for years now.

DQMWFan - Love it friends5 star

Only one problem with this I got the dvd sets that had extra scenes wish this set had the dvd versions and not just the original tv airing of the epodes

Calarizien - Need DVD Version, Short Episodes1 star

Great show but the episodes posted on iTunes are the shorter TV versions with many missing scenes per episode.

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AnahitaR - Friends is my Lobster5 star

I love Friends so much I think I’ve seen it over 25 times now (no pun intended)! This sitcom and group of friends has made such a mark on so many people! I don’t think we will forget about their journey any time soon!

Alekslover321 - Best show ever5 star

I love it

egg42435 - Best show of all time5 star

Incredibly well writen.

phil160373 - Ok ok1 star

Ok not bad not brilliant

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If anyone wants to be the best person ever and get me the Friends complete series on DVD it would be greatly appreciated 😊

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