Me and My Friends

Let me introduce you to 6 of my very best Friends.

There they are: Rachel, Ross, Joey, Chandler, Monica, and Phoebe.

There is not much that makes me laugh like Friends. I started watching it when it first came out way back in the day and watched it religiously (it was tough when Survivor started, though, and I had to choose which channel to watch Thursdays at 7:00....hard decision) right through its 10th season.

I was one of the ones that rooted for Ross and Rachel through the entire show and cried when they had their baby and ended up together (FINALLY!) in the last episode. I know every word of "Smelly Cat" and think the episode with the Holiday Armadillo is simply hysterical! I was giddy when Monica proposed to Chandler and laughed 'till my stomach hurt when Ross had to climb down Joey on the fire escape. I know what it means to "be somebody's lobster" and I started drinking coffee in college because that is what they did. I always thought it would be cool to paint my living room purple (key word "thought") and had my hair cut in "the Rachel" back in 1996.

My sweet darling husband bought all 10 seasons for me on DVD awhile back, and I love to curl up and hang out with my Friends. They just make me so darn happy!! Today I was in Central Perk heaven because I was able to watch 2 full complete seasons with zero interruption.....talk about a great day!

I love my Friends so much......

**Here's a question for you......
Although it bumfuzzles me that not everyone is as head-over-heels in love with Friends as I am, I am curious as to what the rest of you love to watch. Is there a series on TV that is your all-time favorite show? Tell me, tell me....I wanna know!! And if it is Friends....then you will know what I mean when I say, "U-Nagi!"


Jennifer said...

Well, "back in the day" I loved to watch 90210. I don't think I missed an episode. I tried to watch the new one. Just got through about 15 minutes of it and was glad Shelby was not watching as well. That's about all I watched. The content was HORRIBLE! Of course the characters aren't the same so I don't know if I could get into it even if I had continued watching. That's not to say the old 90210 always had good content, but I don't remember it being like it is now! Whew!

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Becky said...

We loved watching JAG on Tues. nights. Justin and I both starting watching w/our parents then continued it together for all 10 seasons. Speaking of back in the day....we had to either be home or remember to set the VCR to record it. DVR is a wonderful invention! Now we are addicted to Lost and neither of us misses an episode.

I also loved Gilmore Girls. It was a show just for me and I would watch it on Tues nights after the guys went to bed. Now I am the same way about Bones...the dynamics of the main characters remind of JAG.

Just thinking about my favorite episodes of any one of these shows makes me happy! I don't have any on DVD yet. I think I would rather buy the whole series at one time.

mer@lifeat7000feet said...

Gilmore Girls, LOST, Friday Night Lights, 24 and The Office.

Oh, and Seinfeld, Friends, Felicity, and I just added Heroes and Prison Break to my Blockbuster.com queue.

I'm a bit of a tv junkie.

buscher3 said...

I loved watching Friends in HS. I lost track of it in college.

I enjoy watching House, Psych, and Monk (the last two are always short 2 month Friday night seasons)....oh..and I'm ashamed to say it, but I watch the Suite Life of Zach and Cody too (although now it's the Suite Life on Deck). That's just a cute show.

Mich said...

My "friends" never stay the same because I'm a "reality show" junkie. Survivor, American Idol, the Biggest Loser, The Amazing Race, Dancing with the Stars and Project Runway. However, I will admit that we watch a lot of reruns these days of Friends, Seinfeld and Everyone Loves Raymond. And we like the Thursday night CSI and Cold Case.
I could probably do a little MASH trivia since my husband is a huge fan of that oldie...
When I was little, my favorite show was HAppy Days.