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  • This episode is another great addition to the Friends season 1.In this episode I laughed so much, because so much funny thing is happening on this episode

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      This episode is another great addition to the Friends season 1. In this episode I laughed so much, because so much funny thing is happening on this episode.

      This episode was named as “The Sonogram at the End”.

      The episode started showing all of the characters are sitting in the “Central Perk” and discussing about their


      first kisses, and after that we get to see that Ross is decorating the museum of prehistoric history, and he met a girl, who is a lesbian, and the conversation thereafter was really funny.

      That girl named Carol then said to Ross that she is pregnant, and then we see that Rachel’s wedding ring is missing,


      • and they found it on a dish.

        Then Ross comes to there and he shares his feelings with all of them, and he decides to marry Karol knowing that she is a lesbian.

        Ross invites his parents and the scene where Ross told them that he is having a baby with lesbian girl, it was really

        hilarious moment.

        And then Ross goes with Karol for a Sonogram test, where he had a argue with Karol’s partner regarding choosing the child name, then just when he was going to leave, he heard the heartbeat of his child, and then the episode ends.

        It was really a funny and nice episode of Friends season 1.




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