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Warner Home Video, having succeeded far better than expected with its Best of Friends collection (which highlighted some of the best episodes from the sitcom's first six seasons), went ahead and released the entire first season in a four-disc collection. This was a bold move, and superficially, at least, one of dubious wisdom -- the series was all over local television and basic cable, stacked in both television realms on a daily basis, so there was no shortage of episodes on most peoples' viewing list. It pays off for the fans, however, thanks to the pristine transfers, which look gorgeous, and the extras, the best of which is the commentary track over the unedited pilot, featuring the series three creator/producers: Kevin Bright, Marta Kauffman, and David Crane. They explain a lot about the development of the series and the changes that they were forced to make as the series went on -- most notably the reduction in the number of ancillary, non-story-driven jokes -- and even such matters as the color scheme of Monica's (Courteney Cox) apartment, which was deliberately made brighter than the norm for network sitcoms. Among the interesting information offered about the cast is the fact that David Schwimmer was the only actor for whom one of the characters was specifically written; that Lisa Kudrow's character, Phoebe, was adjusted to make her the twin sister of Kudrow's Ursula character on Mad About You (which was in the time slot immediately ahead of Friends), opening up a whole range of range of comic possibilities for the actress and the writers; and that Courteney Cox was originally approached about playing Rachel rather than Monica. The producers also discuss such matters as the way in which they resonate to the characters, the relationship between the series and their personal experience as twentysomethings, and the evolution of the title-theme and the back-and-forth with the Rembrandts over whether or not to release a commercial version of the theme. The only complaint about the discs is that each show is given a single chapter reference number, not that breaks are essential in what, except for the pilot (which was re-edited to include material that was shot for it but dropped from the original broadcast), are 24-minute episodes. The mastering on this disc is very careful, to the point that, when a song comes up in a scene, the volume boosts up slightly. The fourth disc also includes a trivia contest that incorporates clips from the show in its interactive functions, as well as a gallery of guest stars from the first season.
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Special Features

Pilot episode producers' commentary; A Peek at Central Perk: interactive map; "Friends of Friends": Memorable guest-star moments; "How Well Do You Know Your Friends?" trivia quiz; "The One With the Trailer of Season Two"; Soundtrack remastered in Dolby Digital 5.0; Interactive menus; Cast career highlights; Subtitles: English, Français, Español, & Korean
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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Jeffrey Iorio
From the moment that we first heard The Rembrandts’ jangling, Byrds-y intro to "I’ll Be There for You," Friends has kept us totally engaged -- and not just with the eternal question of how six semi-employed twentysomethings could afford such palatial Manhattan digs. Developed by NBC as a Thursday-night companion to the then-growing Seinfeld, Friends is that rare breed of situation comedy that is much more than the sum of its considerable and carefully assembled parts. Early in this first season, Friends establishes itself as the time-capsule collection for unfocused Generation X’ers, swimming in Seinfeld's creative wake, shining brilliantly with threadbare plotlines. Consider "The One with the Boobies," in which Chandler Matthew Perry catches an accidental glimpse of Rachel’s breasts, which sets her off on a fairness crusade to see his ‘thing.’ And who doesn't crack up throughout "The One With the Butt," wherein aspiring thespian Joey Matt LeBlanc is called upon to play the enviable role of Al Pacino’s "butt double." The nostalgia factor is high in this 24-episode collection, and revisiting such gems as "The One With Two Parts" -- during which Monica Courteney Cox and Rachel Jennifer Aniston double-date ER docs George Clooney and Noah Wyle -- will no doubt bring the early ‘90s back like a shot from the defibrillator. The DVD editon of this box set is chock-full of extra features, including an interactive tour of the set and the "How Well Do You Know Your Friends" trivia challenge. After a few sleepless nights spent devouring the entire first season, the quiz should be a breeze. Episodes are as follows:
  • "The One Where It All Began" -- Monica¹s old high school friend, Rachel, decides to move in with her after leaving her fiancé at the altar. Meanwhile, Ross takes an apartment in Monica¹s building to be closer to his friends, Chandler and Joey.
  • "The One With The Sonogram At The End" -- Ross¹ ex-wife Carol tells him that she and her lover, Susan, plan to raise their baby together, but that he is invited to the sonogram. Meanwhile Monica prepares for dinner with her parents.
  • "The One With The Thumb" -- Phoebe¹s bank mistakenly credits her account, but her attempts to fix the situation only bring her more money, as well as a soda with a thumb floating in it. Meanwhile, Chandler teaches Joey how to smoke.
  • "The One With George Stephanopoulos" -- Joey and Chandler invite Ross to a hockey game for his birthday, but his nose gets broken by a flying puck and the guys spend the night in the hospital. Meanwhile, the girls discuss life and guys.
  • "The One With The East German Laundry Detergent" -- Monica and Joey try to break up Joey¹s ex-girlfriend Angela¹s current relationship, Chandler and Phoebe try to break up with their dates and Ross teaches Rachel how do to laundry.
  • "The One With The Butt" -- Chandler starts dating a beautiful woman, who is not only married, but also has another boyfriend, a situation which isn¹t as fun as he expects it to be. Meanwhile, Joey is cast in a movie, as Al Pacino¹s "butt double."
  • "The One With The Blackout" -- During a blackout in New York City, Chandler is locked in an ATM with beautiful supermodel Jill Goodacre. Meanwhile, the gang converges on Monica's apartment to tell scary stories and talk about sex.
  • "The One Where Nana Dies Twice" -- Ross and Monica help their parents Elliott Gould and Christina Pickles with their grandmother¹s funeral arrangements. Meanwhile, a co-worker makes Chandler question his sexual orientation.
  • "The One Where Underdog Gets Away" -- Everyone¹s plans for Thanksgiving fall through one-by-one, culminated by the Underdog balloon escaping from the Macy¹s Parade. Meanwhile, Ross petitions Carol for "belly time" so he can bond.
  • "The One With The Monkey" -- Ross gets a pet monkey with which he experiences the typical struggles of a new relationship. Meanwhile, the gang throws a "dateless" New Year¹s Eve party, but end up bringing dates anyway.
  • "The One With Mrs. Bing" -- Monica and Phoebe cause a guy to have an accident and begin a "relationship" with him while he¹s in a coma. Meanwhile, Chandler¹s famous trash-novelist mom Morgan Fairchild comes for a visit.
  • "The One With The Dozen Lasagnas" -- Rachel¹s boyfriend Paolo comes on to Phoebe while she is giving him a massage, prompting Rachel to swear off all men, including Ross. Meanwhile, Monica has made all these lasagnas...
  • "The One With The Boobies" -- Chandler accidentally sees Rachel¹s "boobies" and she decides to get even by seeing his "thing." Meanwhile, Joey finds out his dad has been having an affair and Phoebe¹s shrink boyfriend drives everyone nuts.
  • "The One With The Candy Hearts" --Joey and Chandler go on a double date, but to Chandler's horror, his date is his ex-girlfriend Janice. Meanwhile, Monica, Rachel and Phoebe have a "bad boyfriend cleansing ritual" which gets out of hand.
  • "The One With The Stoned Guy" -- One of Phoebe¹s clients Jon Lovitz auditions Monica for the new restaurant he wants to open, but shows up at her home stoned and is more interested in munchies than her gourmet appetizers.
  • "The One With Two Parts, Part 1" -- Chandler and Joey meet Phoebe¹s twin sister, Ursula. Meanwhile Ross, Carol and Susan begin Lamaze classes and Rachel falls off the roof. Helen Hunt and Leila Kenzle make guest appearances.
  • "The One With Two Parts, Part 2" --After her accident, Monica takes Rachel to the hospital where they make a double date with two cute doctors George Clooney and Noah Wyle. Meanwhile, Phoebe has a confrontation with Ursula.
  • "The One With All The Poker" -- The girls convince the guys to teach them poker, but wind up losing big-time. They demand a re-match, but lose that as well. Meanwhile, Rachel is interviewed for her "dream job" as a buyer at Saks.
  • "The One Where The Monkey Gets Away" -- Rachel loses Ross¹ pet monkey and the gang go on an all-out search, but a run in with a woman she snubbed in high school, now working for Animal Control, turns the search into a fiasco.
  • "The One With The Evil Orthodontist" -- Rachel¹s visit to her ex-fiancé Barry leads to sex, and winds up breaking up his impending wedding with her ex-maid-of-honor, Mindy. Meanwhile, Chandler has problems after a great first date.
  • "The One With Fake Monica" -- Monica finds the woman who has stolen her credit card number and winds up befriending her, because she loves her zest for life. Meanwhile Ross has monkey problems and Joey searches for a stage name.
  • "The One With The Ick Factor" -- Monica gets involved with a guy she thinks is a college senior, only to find out he¹s a senior in high school. Meanwhile, Phoebe fills in as Chandler¹s assistant and finds out that none of his co-workers like him.
  • "The One With The Birth" -- Carol is in labor, but the childish competition between Ross and Susan forces her to throw them out. When they get locked in a janitor¹s closet with Phoebe, they fear they may miss the birth of their child.
  • "The One Where Rachel Finds Out" -- While Ross is away in China, Joey lets it slip that he is in love with Rachel, prompting her to re-evaluate how she feels, but when she goes to the airport to tell him, she is greeted with a surprise.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/30/2002
  • UPC: 085391780427
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  • Source: Warner Home Video
  • Region Code: 1
  • Aspect Ratio: Pre-1954 Standard (1.33.1)
  • Language: English
  • Time: 9:47:00
  • Format: DVD

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Side #1 -- Disc One
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   Episodes
      The Pilot
      The One With the Sonogram at the End
      The One With the Thumb
      The One With George Stephanopoulos
      The One With the East German Laundry Detergent
      The One With the Butt
   Episodes: Previews
      The Pilot
      The One With the Sonogram at the End
      The One With the Thumb
      The One With George Stephanopoulos
      The One With the East German Laundry Detergent
      The One With the Butt
   Special Features
      Cast & Crew
         Jennifer Aniston
            Highlights
         Courteney Cox Arquette
            Highlights
         Lisa Kudrow
            Highlights
         Matt LeBlanc
            Highlights
         Matthew Perry
            Highlights
         David Schwimmer
            Highlights
         Kevin S. Bright
         Marta Kauffman & David Crane
      Commentary: Executive Producers Kevin S. Bright, Marta Kauffman and David Crane
   Languages
      Spoken Language: English
      Subtitles: English
      Subtitles: Français
      Subtitles: Español
      Subtitles: Korean
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Side #2 -- Disc Two
   Play
   Episodes
      The One With the Blackout
      The One Where Nana Dies Twice
      The One Where Underdog Gets Away
      The One With the Monkey
      The One With Mrs. Bing
      The One With a Dozen Lasagnas
   Episodes: Previews
      The One With the Blackout
      The One Where Nana Dies Twice
      The One Where Underdog Gets Away
      The One With the Monkey
      The One With Mrs. Bing
      The One With the Dozen Lasagnas
   Special Features
   Languages
      Spoken Language: English
      Subtitles: English
      Subtitles: Français
      Subtitles: Español
      Subtitles: Korean
      Subtitles: Off
Side #3 -- Disc Three
   Play
   Episodes
      The One With the Boobies
      The One With the Candy Hearts
      The One With the Stoned Guy
      The One With Two Parts
      The One With All the Poker
   Episodes: Previews
      The One With the Boobies
      The One With the Candy Hearts
      The One With the Stoned Guy
      The One With Two Parts
      The One With All the Poker
   Special Features
   Languages
      Spoken Language: English
      Subtitles: English
      Subtitles: Français
      Subtitles: Español
      Subtitles: Korean
      Subtitles: Off
Side #4 -- Disc Four
   Play
   Episodes
      The One Where the Monkey Gets Away
      The One With the Evil Orthodontist
      The One With the Fake Monica
      The One With the Ick Factor
      The One With the Birth
      The One Where Rachel Finds Out
   Episodes: Previews
      The One Where the Monkey Gets Away
      The One With the Evil Orthodontist
      The One With the Fake Monica
      The One With the Ick Factor
      The One With the Birth
      The One Where Rachel Finds Out
   Special Features
      Friends of Friends
         Hidden Feature
         Hank Azaria
         George Clooney & Noah Wyle
         Morgan Fairchild & Jay Leno
         Jill Goodacre
         Elliott Gould
         Jennifer Grey
         Helen Hunt
         Jon Lovitz
         Christina Pickles
         Leah Remini
         Harry Shearer
         Jonathan Silverman
         Fisher Stevens
         Brenda Vaccaro
      A Peek at Central Perk
         Camera 1
            Coffee Talk
            Extra, Extra!
               Hear More From Co-Executive Producer Todd Stevens.
            Two Heaps Are Better Than One
               Hear More From Property Master Marjorie Coster-Praytor.
            Friends Fact
               Hear More From Co-Executive Producer Todd Stevens.
         Camera 2
            Working for a Living
               See Rachel's Waitressing Skills in Action.
            Friends Fact
               Hear More From Set Decorator Greg Grande.
            Shop 'Til You Drop
            Art Du Jour
         Camera 3
            Just the Right Look
               Hear More From Executive Producer Kevin Bright.
            Friends Fact
               Hear More From Art Director John Shaffner.
            What's in a Name?
               Hear More From Art Director John Shaffner.
            Central Perk Crooner
               Watch One of Phoebe's Songs.
      How Well Do You Know Your Friends?
      The One With the Trailer of Season 2
   Languages
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    FRIENDS STILL ROCKS

    Our entire family still loves watching Friends, whether it's re-runs or the rare show we haven't seen yet. Friends never gets old. It's one of those shows that'll be loved for generations. If you want to relax and forget about your day, just sit back and watch a couple of Friends episodes.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    I Also Recommend:

    Fifteen years later and it's still the best show!!!

    Even the first season never gets old!
    I love this show so much. It is hilarious, emotional and just all around fun. This is a great show for anyone about 12 or 13 and above. The character's are unforgettable and the cast just works so well together. Fifteen years later and this is still the best show in the world.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    more from this reviewer

    I Also Recommend:

    wow i love you Matthew Leblance!

    this show made me laugh i love Joey he's so funny and very very cute i love Matthew Leblance he's the reason why i enjoy this tv show Friends is a must see show its cool funny and great!

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    Awesome

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    FRIENDS FINATIC

    I own FRIENDS seasons 1-5 on DVD. I LOVE FRIENDS! I am recomending this season (season 1) to EVERYONE who has NOT seen FRIENDS because where's a better place to start watching a show than at the begining of it all. This season has classic episodes, and lets you get to know the wonderful personalities of Chandler, Monicia, Rachel, Joey, Phoebe and Ross. ENJOY!!!BUY IT!BUY IT!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Friends Still Rules After 10 Years!

    This is an amazing season. I originally chose this one becasue a.) I love Friends and b.) I wanted to see the first episode. It's great, don't miss out!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Friends

    The first season of this superve and outstanding sitcom is with readiness and freshness. I currently own seasons one through nine on DVD, and the comedy is brilliant and uplifting. Season one is not one of the best seasons, but the comedy increases througout season two (down a bit in three and five) but is remarkable for the sixth 1999-2000 season. Friends runs dry and rather tasteless in season seven, but peaks to its high in the eighth 2001-2002 season. Season nine continues with laughter, slowly winding down and plots drying up and getting cheesy. But this hillarious sitcom has remained strong throughout all ten years, and the six have always been there for you. I will be honored when season ten comes out so I can one of the best sitcoms of all time.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Not good

    this season is not very good compared to others so i would go for another season.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    BeSt ShOw In ThE wOrLd!

    Buy all seasons! It's the best show! If this show wasn't good, they won't have so many seasons!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Friends Season 1 ROCKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Oh. My. Gosh. You don't even have to own this to know that it rocks. Because if you watch Friends you'll just KNOW it's awesome. I actually own it, and have seen it like 5 times.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    they are the best shows ever

    the first season was great also the second was good too but does anyone know when season 3 will come out so i can buy it cause 1 is out and so is 2

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    EXCELLENT

    It was great... very funny and the best part was no commercials!!!!!! LOved it! Buy it!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    The best show!

    This is a great show! The first season is great! It's fun watching them since I was only four when the first season came out, but I love the show now! Too bad it's ending now!It's the best show ever! I can't wait for the second season!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    I love friends

    I am on my way to buy it. I just know it will be awesome! I already have them but on VHS. Does anyone know if the one where Joey has his head in a turkey is on this one?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Excellent comedy

    What a great comedy show. You laugh because the characters are so human. We only recently started watching the show, but we are hooked. We look forward to purchasing the complete second season.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    I just love them

    Every show was enjoyable. When I need to unwinded and just have a great laugh, This is the prefect remedy. There funny and loveable but it just helps to let you escape for awhile and laugh a little.

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