The Official Friends Thread
05/06/2004 7:50 pm
I figured this would start at some point so it might as well be now. If you don't want to know what happens don't read the comments.
|Jeremy - Always thinking of, but never about, the children.|
|Sarah - 4111 Posts|
Friends is over. :( School is almost over :) Sorry I have to keep telling myself that or I'll go crazy.
Anyway, back to Friends. It was ok. Loose ends were tied, and I'm glad Ross and Rachel got back together, because they belonged together. They've already been married once and have a kid. They were too PDAish during the last scene, but maybe that's just me. "I don't want to screw this up..... unless we're on a break." Good Line. And when Rachel asked if they wanted to go for coffee and Chandlier said yes but asked where they should go, that was good too. I'm glad Monica and Chandlier got twins, but how could they even possibly think about breaking up the twins? I'm sure they would've wanted more kids later on anyway, so they might as well get as many as they can when they can.
What is left on TV to watch? I think we've got The Simpsons and Scrubs. I'm tired of reality TV and I'm not into any dramas. I'm gonna have to find a new hobby!
|Jeremy - I hate our freedoms|
|If Scrubs doesn't get the time slot I'll be pissed.|
|icbizzle - 3618 Posts|
It was a good ending. It's weird to think that the show started when I was in 7th grade. I guess that's all I can say. It's kind of strange too that it ended at this point now because a lot of the same things are happening in my life. All my friends are getting married and the first baby is scheduled to arrive in July. And with graduation and moving and everything, I don't know, it's like busting open the foosball table. Ross and Rachel had to get back together and everyone was their normal Friends self so it was good.
ps I also vote for Scrubs.
|Jeremy - 8972 Posts|
It was actually kind of a crappy ending, although it would be hard to end it in a way that would please everyone.
It was a lock that Rachel wouldn't really go because did you notice that at no point did anyone bring up Emma when that should have been like the main concern.
I also didn't like how clingy they were in the ending scenes, it's like ok, we get it, you're together now.
It was a travishamockery.
What is really unreal to think about is that Seinfeld has been off the air for 6 freaking years already. That means over half of the seasons of Friends were post Seinfeld.
What does NBC have left? They must not think much of Scrubs considering they moved it off thursdays after repeatedly choosing to show old friends episodes insted of new scrubs episodes.
What do you think of the Joey spinoff idea? I think it will flop unless the cast of friends make cameos for the first few shows. It would also help if the same people write the new show.
I also think it's kind of funny that Matt LeBlanc (sp?...ha) realized the only character he can play is Joey. Have you ever seen Lost in Space? If you haven't seen it do you know how Matt acts as Dr Drake Remore? That really obvious purposeful overacting? He basicly does that for 2 hours in the movie except he's trying to be serious.
|icbizzle - I was too weak to give in Too strong to lose|
|Jeremy, you are a travishamockery. They did indeed talk about Emma. I believe Monica brought it up and Rachel replied that Emma was going to stay with Rachel's mom and come to Paris with her after a few days. NBC is going to be hurting, although there is a decent chance that the Joey show will be successful. He was usually the funiest one anyway, so if they can find a way to put some substance in it it should be good. Back to the trashery, what ending do you propose would have been better? I think you have an anti-ending complex, cause you are always complaining about endings (Revolutions?).|
|icbizzle - 3618 Posts|
Does anyone else get a lot of wrong number calls from Asian sounding people? I've gotten two today and a few others in the past months, also my roommate had the same person wrong number call like 50 times once and they refused to believe it was the wrong number. Also, isn't it great when you answer the phone, have no idea who it is, and then they're all like, "Who is this?" as if you answered the wrong phone or something?
|Jeremy - Cube Phenomenoligist|
That wasn't really what I meant about not talking about Emma. I just meant don't you think if you had a child and the mother upped and decided to take it to another country that would at least warrent some kind of conversation. It was just assumed the baby was going to go with and no one said anything about it? Not even "I'll miss her."
Don't you think it's odd that Ross wasn't the least bit concerned with Emma leaving?
|icbizzle - Ignorance is bliss to those uneducated|
|I guess, but I think he was preoccupied with trying to hook up with the woman of his dreams before she walked out of his life for good.|
|Micah - Shaken not stirred gets you cold water with a dash of gin and dry vermouth|