Friends Season One - The one with the sonogram in the end  » TV  »
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  • If you have not checked out this episode before I highly recommend that you check it out

    • by articlewriter555
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      This episode really shows off the characters and the different personalities of all of the Friends characters. It features Ross, who recently broke up with his wife, found out that his wife is pregnant with his child. He is frustrated on how the situation was going because he just found out that she is now a lesbian. He is very upset because they just

      broke up and he is so confused as to what he is going to do.

      He really dislikes like Carol’s life partner, because she thinks that she is going to play an important role in the baby’s life, when it really isn’t even her baby in the first place. Now he has to decide if he wants to be there for his baby.


      • It’s all up to him, but he just wishes he was not in this situation in the first place. This is one of the better episodes of Friends because you really learn about the characters in this show.

        While this show has been off the air for quite some time, you can still catch quite a bit of reruns on television at various times of

        the day just because it was such a popular show. If you are really a Friends fan, you can purchase the boxed set collections of the shows and watch the episodes that you want when you want to and then you do not have to worry about commercials. If you have not checked out this episode before I highly recommend that you check it out.




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