This smart, sophisticated comedy looks into the hearts and minds of a group of single friends, all struggling with love, careers, dreams and disappointments at a time in their lives when everything is possible. From Bright... more »/Kauffman/Crane Productions. DVD Features:
Audio Commentary:Prodcuer audio commentary on 3 episodes
Interviews:"Friends of Friends" guest/celebrity interviews.
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Cynthia C. from MESQUITE, TX Reviewed on 3/11/2013...
One of the Best Friends Series!
S. N. LLOYD-COOMBS | Sydney, Australia | 11/09/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is surely one of the best series in Friends history. All the characters evolve and they bring in a new style of humour. There are 25 episodes in all, one of the longest series! Season 6 is one of the greats! Here are the episodes and what happens in them.The One After Vegas - Ross and Rachel aren't sure whether they went ahead with the wedding; Monica and Chandler are having second thoughts; and Phoebe takes Joey on a trip in her cab.
The One Where Ross Hugs Rachel - Joey is upset that Chandler is moving in with Monica. Phoebe helps Ross to show his feelings for Rachel. The One With Ross's Denial - Ross won't acknowledge his feelings for Rachel, who is occupied with looking for a new home. Joey seeks a new room-mate; and Monica and Chandler disagree over decor. The One Where Joey Loses His Insurance - Joey suffers a hernia just as his health insurance expires; Ross puts on an English accent when lecturing to university students; Phoebe's psychic reveals something grim; and Rachel discovers the marriage to Ross hasn't been annulled. The One With Joey's Porsche - Joey finds the keys to a Porsche; Chandler and Monica babysit Phoebe's triplets; and Rachel goes with Ross to make sure their marriage is annulled. The One On The Last Night - Rachel gets ready to move into Phoebe's apartment. Chandler has a leaving party with Joey before taking Rachel's place with Monica. The One Where Phoebe Runs - Joey gets a new room-mate - Australian dancer Janine LeCroix (Elle Macpherson) - while Rachel is amused by the running style of her new room-mate Phoebe, a cross between Kermit and The Six Million Dollar Man. The One With Ross's Teeth - Ross goes overboard on dental hygiene ahead of a date; Chandler thinks Janine has added too many feminine touches to Joey's flat; and Rachel tries to impress fashion designer Ralph Lauren. The One Where Ross Got High - Chandler finds out that Monica's parents Jack (Elliot Gould) and Judy (Christina Pickles) bear him a grudge for introducing Ross to marijuana. The One With The Routine - Janine invites Joey to Dick Clark's New Year's Eve extravaganza in Times Square, where Monica and Ross revive their high-school dance routine. Meanwhile, Phoebe and Rachel can't find the Christmas presents they got from Monica. The One With The Apothecary Table - Rachel tries to conceal her love of Pottery Barn furniture; and Joey falls out with Janine when she turns against his pals. The One With The Joke - Chandler is put out when Playboy publishes a raunchy joke which Ross has claimed credit for; and Phoebe's criticism upsets Monica and Rachel. The One With Rachel's Sister - Rachel's annoying sister Jill (Reese Witherspoon) turns up after being cut off by their father and falls for Ross. Monica has a cold but doesn't want it to affect her sex life with Chandler. The One Where Chandler Can't Cry - Chandler is criticised for not being able to cry; while Rachel and Jill (Reese Witherspoon) fight over Ross; and Phoebe discovers that her twin sister Ursula is starring in porn movies. The One That Could Have Been (part one) - The gang contemplate how differently their lives could have turned out. Chandler envisages life as assistant to famous soap star Joey; and Phoebe dreams of working on Wall Street. The One That Could Have Been (part two) - The gang continue to contemplate how differently their lives could have turned out. Ross dreams of how he could have spiced up his marriage to Carol (Jane Sibbett). The One With Unagi - Chandler upsets Monica when he gives her a home-made Valentine's Day present; Ross passes on his martial arts techniques to Rachel and Phoebe; while Joey needs a lookalike to help him in a money-making scheme. The One Where Ross Dates A Student - Ross gets into trouble when he goes out with student Elizabeth (Alexandra Holden). Phoebe and Rachel's apartment is wrecked by fire. The One With Joey's Fridge - Joey's fridge breaks down. Rachel needs an escort for a charity ball so the gang vies to find her Prince Charming; Ross frets over Elizabeth's rowdy plans for spring break.
The One With Mac And C.H.E.E.S.E. - The gang reminisce as Joey prepares to audition for the part of an alien hunter in sci-fi show Mac And C.H.E.E.S.E. The One Where Ross Meets Elizabeth's Dad - Ross meets Elizabeth's protective father Paul (Bruce Willis) who isn't happy about the relationship - but is attracted to Rachel. Joey insults the creator of his robot co-star, and Phoebe reveals she's writing a novel based on the experiences of Monica and Chandler. The One Where Paul's The Man - When Ross goes with Elizabeth (Alexandra Holden) to her family's rural retreat, her father Paul (Bruce Willis) turns up with Rachel. Meanwhile, Monica is making wedding plans. The One With The Ring - Rachel grows disenchanted with an emotionally unhinged Paul (Bruce Willis). Chandler and Phoebe shop for Monica's engagement ring. The One With The Proposal (part one) - As Chandler proposes to Monica, Richard (Tom Selleck) reappears. Meanwhile, Phoebe and Rachel contemplate life without Mr Right. The One With The Proposal (part two) - Monica realises she may have to pop the question to Chandler.EXTRAS - Commentary by the 3 creators, Casino Trivia, Friends of Friends Video guest book, Gag Reel and Gunter Spills the Beans about Season 7.All in all, a must have for Friends Fanatics!"
The One With All The Sophistication
S. N. LLOYD-COOMBS | 12/01/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This season starts of with the hilarious post-Vegas fiasco and ends with one of the most charming proposal episodes ever filmed for television. The Sixth Season of Friends is very funny and touching at the same time. The audience finally knows that the Chandler-Monica relationship will end in marriage and the rest of the cast is given important storylines as well. This season, which is extremely FUNNY, may not be the funniest, but it is the most sophisticated. The writing and acting are smart; you can see how special Friends is from this sixth season."
The One Where Friends Grew Up
P. Merrill | 02/21/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"All of the friends grew up in Vegas, Joey getting his hopes up to the extreme and having them crushed, Chandler and Monica almost getting married, Ross and Rachel's drunken marriage, and Phoebe witnessing it all.
This all sets the stage for season six, which featured Ross' third divorce, Chandler moving in with Monica, Joey experiences money probablems, Ross dating a student, and Monica and Chandler getting engaged.
This season starts off back in Vegas after Ross and Rachel's drunken marraige, deciding that they should get an annulment. Meanwhile Chandler and Monica each realize that they don't want to get married, but both think the other does want to get married. They realize that and decide not to get married, but they keep getting signs to get married. Eventually they decide to move in together.
Meanwhile Ross tells Rachel that he got the annulment, when really he hadn't, with the fear of having three failed marraiges. He then realizes how stupid he's being, and goes to get the annulment. When Ross finds out that Rachel needs to testify to get the annulment, and Rachel thinks that it is taken care of, so Ross decides to let it go. Until Rachel finds out after she moves in with Ross (having no place to go after Chandler moved in with Monica), when Ross' divorce lawyer calls. Ross and Rachel decide to get the annulment, but Rachel writes obscene things on the forms, and their forced to file for divorce.
While this was all happening Rachel had moved in with Phoebe, but when a fire starts in it, complication arise. Phoebe's candles are blamed, so Rachel moves in with Monica and Phoebe with Joey. It is then found that Rachel's hair straightener started the fire, so they switch places. Rachel enjoys living with Joey so much that she decides to stay. Meanwhile Joey loses his health insurance, and with bad timings, gets Hernia. Joey is forced to work more, and gets it back. Unfortunately not long afterwards Joey's fridge breaks, and lacking the money to buy one, tries to con his friends into helping him buy one.
This when Ross starts to date one of his female students in secret, seeing as it's forbidden. Meanwhile Joey gets a job on a show named Mac and C.H.E.E.S.E, but the show eventually fails. This is when Ross meets Elizibeth's (the student he has been dating) dad, who ends up going to the family cabin with Rachel, when Ross and Elizibeth have the same plans.
This season ends with Chandler and Monica getting engaged, which earlier was thrown off course by ex boyfriend Richard Burke showing up.
List of episodes in the order from best to worst -
The One with the Proposal The One Where Ross Got High The One on the Last Night The One After Vegas The One Where Paul's the Man The One With Unagi The One That Could Have Been The One Where Chandler Can't Cry The One With Ross's Teeth The One With Joey's Porsche The One Where Phoebe Runs The One Where Joey Loses His Insurance he One With Ross's Denial The One with the Ring The One Where Ross Meets Elizabeth's Dad The One With Joey's Fridge The One Where Ross Dates a Student The One Where Ross Hugs Rachel The One With Mac and C.H.E.E.S.E. The One With the Routine The One With the Joke The One With the Apothecary Table The One With Rachel's Sister"
Enrique | bahsten, MA | 02/08/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I have seen the first 5 series before this one and I think this is teh best one yet. I cannot watch the show when it is on TV normally because of work, so I love having this DVD! I think this is when the show reached it's peak and before it got a little full of itself. Yes, this is a good one!"
Another stellar season
LnKnProphets | Ohio, USA | 11/29/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"You'd think that after six seasons, a comedy like Friends would get old fast. But that isn't the case! Season Six is another one of Friends best seasons. From Ross and Rachel's drunken marriage, to Chandler moving in with Monica, to Joey's new TV show, to Rachel's sister seducing Ross, to Phoebe's running, and finally, to Chandler proposing to Monica, this season has so many great moments that are not only funny, but heartfelt as well.
Here are my favorite episodes from this season:
The One After Vegas The One With Ross's Denial The One Where Joey Loses His Insurance The One On the Last Night The One Where Phoebe Runs The One With Ross's Teeth The One Where Ross Got High (possibly my favorite Thanksgiving episode. "It tastes like feet!") The One With the Routine The One Where Chandler Can't Cry The One That Could Have Been THe One With Unagi The One Where Paul's the Man The One With the Proposal (one of Perry's best performances)