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  • Overall it was a funny edition of the series, I like this episode

    • by kuak
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      This episode of Friends season 1 is called “The One with George Stephanopoulos”. It was as funny as the previous episode of Friends.

      In this episode we get to see that Ross is depressed about his anniversary with his lesbian wife, and to cheer him up Joey and Chandler tries to take Ross with them to see a hockey


      game, which Ross actively denied at first, but agreed at last thinking of that it will keep his mind out from his so called anniversary.

      Then e get to see that Rachel gets her first pay check, and then we see that few of Rachel friends come to see her on the cafe, where they make fun of Rachel.

      ...


      • Then we see that Ross is getting nostalgic about Karol.

        Joey and Chandler were doing hard to keep his mind away.

        On the other hand Rachel is getting frustrated about her life, and money.

        Then a funny thing happened that Ross got hit by a hockey ball, and some funny incident happened in the hospital.

        Now a pizza of

        “George Stephanopoulos” is wrongly delivered into Monica’s house.

        Then they spy on his house, that scene was funny.

        Then we get to see that Ross is getting really depr4essed about Karol thinking of his old days.

        And the episode ends with a weird fracture in Ross’s nose.

        Overall it was a funny edition of the series, I like this episode.




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