Friends: The Complete Second Season [4 Discs] [DVD]

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Special Features

  • Friends of Friends: Video guestbook
  • How Well Do You Know Your Friends? Trivia quiz with a dvd-exclusive video: The never-before-seen uncut version of smelly cat
  • Open House at Monica and Rachel's Place interactive map
  • Producers commentary on 2 episodes: The One With the List and The One With the Prom Video
  • What's up With Your Friends? Video character bios
  • Closed Captioned

Synopsis

Friends inaugurates its second season as Rachel (Jennifer Aniston) digests the news that Ross (David Schwimmer) has a crush on her -- only to spot Ross with his new girlfriend, Julie (Lauren Tom). Forced to choose between the two women in his life, Ross goes with Rachel, and not long afterward the couple consummate their romance -- smack dab in the museum where Ross works. Meanwhile, Ross' lesbian ex-wife, Carol (Jane Sibbett), who has recently given birth to son Ben, "marries" her female lover, (Jessica Hecht). In other affairs of the heart, Phoebe (Lisa Kudrow) is reunited with her husband, Duncan (Steve Zahn), a gay Canadian who'd wed her to get a green card (needless to say, the marriage is quickly dispensed with); and Ross' sister, Monica (Courteney Cox), begins dating an old family friend, Dr. Richard Burke (Tom Selleck). In a similar medical vein, Joey (Matt LeBlanc) thinks he's finally got his big showbiz break when he is cast as Dr. Drake Ramoray on the daytime drama Days of Our Lives; alas, just as he has gotten used to his affluent new lifestyle, "Dr. Ramoray" is abruptly killed off. Joey also moves out of his apartment, whereupon his roommate, Chandler (Matthew Perry), takes in a new tenant, a truly bizarre character named Eddie (Adam Goldberg), who when Joey moves back in, steadfastly refuses to go away. Friends wrapped up its sophomore season as the third highest-rated program on American TV, outflanked only by ER and Seinfeld. ~ Hal Erickson

Cast & Crew

  • Courteney Cox - Monica Geller
  • Jennifer Aniston - Rachel Green
  • Lisa Kudrow - Phoebe Buffay
  • Matt LeBlanc - Joey Tribbiani
  • David Schwimmer - Ross Geller

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