Friends - The Complete Ninth Season
  • Friends - The Complete Ninth Season
  • Friends - The Complete Ninth Season

Friends - The Complete Ninth Season

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Director: Ben Weiss, Gary Halvorson

Cast: Ben Weiss, Christina Applegate, David Schwimmer, Gary Halvorson

     
 

Chandler (Matthew Perry) and Monica (Courteney Cox) deal with marriage and long-distance commuting, Phoebe (Lisa Kudrow) lands a boyfriend, Ross (David Schwimmer) and Rachel (Jennifer Aniston) still can't decide if they belong together or not while she looks after her baby, and Joey (Matt LeBlanc) enjoys a number of sandwiches in this collection of episodes from the…  See more details below

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Chandler (Matthew Perry) and Monica (Courteney Cox) deal with marriage and long-distance commuting, Phoebe (Lisa Kudrow) lands a boyfriend, Ross (David Schwimmer) and Rachel (Jennifer Aniston) still can't decide if they belong together or not while she looks after her baby, and Joey (Matt LeBlanc) enjoys a number of sandwiches in this collection of episodes from the 2002-2003 season of the top-rated situation comedy Friends. Friends: The Complete Ninth Season features all 24 installments from the show's next-to-last season. Episodes include "The One Where No One Proposes, "The One Where Emma Cries, "The One With the Pediatrician, "The One With The Sharks, "The One With Phoebe's Birthday Dinner, "The One With the Male Nanny, "The One With Ross's Inappropriate Song, "The One With Rachel's Other Sister, "The One With Rachel's Phone Number, "The One With Christmas in Tulsa, "The One Where Rachel Goes Back to Work, "The One With Phoebe's Rats, "The One Where Monica Sings, "The One With the Blind Dates, "The One With the Mugging, "The One With the Boob Job, "The One With The Memorial Service, "The One With the Lottery, "The One With Rachel's Dream, "The One With the Soap Opera Party, "The One With the Fertility Test, "The One With the Donor, "The One in Barbados, Part 1, and "The One in Barbados, Part 2."

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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Ed Hulse
The penultimate season of this long-running favorite proved to be a fairly tumultuous one -- and a very funny one as well. It kicks off with "The One Where No One Proposes," the aftermath of the accidental proposal made by Joey (Matt LeBlanc) to new mother Rachel (Jennifer Aniston), and includes a hilarious scene in which Monica's father (Elliott Gould) catches his darling daughter (Courteney Cox) and her beau, Chandler (Matthew Perry), making whoopee in a closet. The show's writers inject some new elements into the 2002-3 season, most notably the addition of recurring characters played by Paul Rudd, Dermot Mulroney, and especially Aisha Tyler, who plays Joey's girlfriend, Charlie. One story thread finds Chandler and Monica struggling with his weekly business commute to Tulsa, beginning with the episode "The One Where Emma Cries," and includes her marriage-straining inability to conceive in "The One with Phoebe's Birthday Dinner." And there's another great Thanksgiving episode, "The One with Rachel's Other Sister," featuring guest star Christina Applegate as Amy, the titular sis. Season 9 ends on a cliff-hanger in the two-part "The One in Barbados," as Charlie breaks up with Joey and turns to Ross (David Schwimmer) for comfort -- which sends Joey back into Rachel's arms. We all know how things worked out, but in reviewing the show's ninth year it becomes quite evident that writers, directors, and cast members alike were working overtime to make this group of episodes special. And they succeeded admirably.

Product Details

Release Date:
03/08/2005
UPC:
0085393366124
Rating:
NR
Source:
Warner Home Video
Region Code:
1
Time:
10:20:00

Special Features

Closed Caption; Producers commentary on 3 episodes; Behind the Style: The Look of Friends; Gag reel; Flaming Lips "Phoebe Battles the Pink Robots" music video; Who's Your Best Friend? trivia challenge; Gunther Spills the Beans about the final season; Soundtrack remastered in Dolby Digital 5.0; Subtitles: English, Français & Español; Enhanced features for your DVD-ROM PC

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Christina Applegate Amy Geller
Jennifer Aniston Actress
Aisha Tyler Charlie
Christina Pickles Judy Geller
Courteney Cox Actress
Dermot Mulroney Gavin
Elliott Gould Jack Geller
Hank Azaria David
James Michael Tyler Gunther
Jeff Goldblum Leonard
Jon Lovitz Steve
Maggie Wheeler Janice
Marisol Nichols Olivia
Paul Rudd Mike
Selma Blair Wendy
Blake Reed Chase
Brian Chenoweth Ken
Chris Payne Gilbert Bill
Cleo King Nurse Kitty
DeDee Pfeiffer Mary Ellen
Gregory Itzin Mr. Hannigan
Ivana Milicevic Kori
Janet Hubert-Whitten Ms. McKenna
John Stamos Zack
Lisa Kudrow Actress
Monique Edwards Claudia
Phill Lewis Steve
Sam Pancake Waiter
Steve Ireland Mr. Zelner
Timothy Starks Handyman
Cristine Rose Bitsy Hannigan
Elaine Hendrix Sally
Freddie Prinze Sandy
Joe Colligan The Director
John Bentley Waiter #2
Jonathan Slavin Manny
Ken Lerner Prof. Spafford
Matt LeBlanc Actor
Melissa George Molly
Myra Turley Nurse
Susan Ward Hayley
Teck Holmes Jordan
Alex Borstein Bitter Woman on Stage
Andy Umberger Dr. Connelly
Audrey Wasilewski Sarah
Carly Thomas Tabitha
Dan Bucatinsky Waiter
Debra Azur Spa Receptionist
Ernie Grunwald Tom
Evan Handler Soap Opera Director
Gregory White Dr. Gettleman
Jennifer Aspen Michelle
Kyle Gass Lowell
Matthew Perry Actor
Nikita Ager Hayley's Roommate
Robin Krieger Realtor
Shayne Anderson Customer #1
Susan Slome Prospective Nanny
Angee Hughes Nurse
Cheryl Kennard Heather
Dan Desmond Prof. Sherman
David Schwimmer Actor
Ethan Erickson Dirk
Keith Pillow Customer #2
Kevin Farrell Maitre D'
Lori Alan Sonya
Paul Logan Soap Actor
Suzanne Ford Female Producer

Technical Credits
Ben Weiss Director
David Schwimmer Director
Gary Halvorson Director
Kevin S. Bright Director
Roger Christiansen Director
Sheldon Epps Director
Terry Hughes Director

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Friends - The Complete Ninth Season 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I think friends is the best show ever. I love the 9th season. its hilarous. it could not have been better. it rocks and I cant wait until the 10th season comes out!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have to say that I was extremely dissapointed with Season 9. The jokes weren't as good in this season, and it seemed a little heavy on the drama. Also, there were no major events in this season. Yes, you get to see Ross and Rachel take care of their new child, but that is all. All in all, if you want to get a laugh out loud really funny season, I would get 1,5,6,7,8, or 10. I'm not sure about 2,3,4 yet though. I'm sure they are excellent though.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is just another GREAT season! Wow!! I just love the Phoebe and Ross stories!! They are just great comidians!!!
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