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  • Actors: Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry
  • Directors: James Burrows, Michael Lembeck
  • Format: AC-3, Dolby, Subtitled, NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Chinese, Danish, Dutch, French, Japanese, Norwegian, Spanish, Swedish
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • Release Date: April 30 2013
  • Run Time: 576 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 76 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B00B1LKXPY
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Friends: Season 2 [Blu-ray]

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Stunt casting stumbles (Jean-Claude Van Damme, Charlie Sheen) aside, it was a very good year for this beloved series, recently ranked by TV Guide as among the top 25 of all time. With the bar set so high from the first season, a sophomore slump could be expected, but, apart from a game Julia Roberts, only the hour-long episode raised the question whether success would spoil Friends. (This episode, "The One After the Super Bowl," convinced some misguided NBC executive that guest star Brooke Shields could carry her own series!) Ross (David Schwimmer) and Rachel (an Emmy-worthy Jennifer Aniston) were the engine that drove the season and produced some of the series' most monumental episodes, including "The One with Ross' New Girlfriend," "The One Where Ross Finds Out" (with R & R's first kiss), "The One with the List," "The One with the Prom Video," and "The One Where Ross and Rachel... You Know." But this was not the only significant story arc.

Enter--and, in the bittersweet season finale, exit--Tom Selleck as Dr. Richard Burke, the family friend ("He's like a brother to... Dad," notes a disapproving Ross) who becomes Monica's (Courtney Cox) lover. Joey (Matt LeBlanc) finds success (albeit short-lived) as Dr. Drake Ramoray on "Days of Our Lives" and moves out ("We're not Bert and Ernie," he tells roommate Chandler). Future Emmy winner Lisa Kudrow's best season is to come, but, as Phoebe, she makes the most of some memorable subplots, including her shocked discovery of sad movie endings she had been shielded from ("The One Where Old Yeller Dies"), her dispute with Ross over evolution ("The One Where Heckles Dies"), and her channeling of an elderly woman who died on her massage table ("The One with the Lesbian Wedding"). Praise is due unsung hero Lauren Tom, so charming and sweet in the thankless role as Julie, the Girl Who Comes Between Ross and Rachel. Adam Goldberg also makes an indelible impression in his three-episode stint as Chandler's new "psycho" roommate. Notable omissions from this set include chapter stops for each episode, and uh, ahem, hel-LOH, how about commentary from the cast? --Donald Liebenson --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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Ahhh, the season where Ross and Rachel FINALLY become a couple! All through the 1st season, we witnessed Ross's many attempts to express his feelings for Rachel. In this season, Ross and Rachel become a couple, but it wasn't easy for them to get there. At the beginning of this season, Ross meets a woman named Julie, who is his girlfriend for the first couple of months and Rachel shows her jealously throughout Ross and Julie's relationship. Ross breaks up with Julie when he discovers that Rachel has feelings for him. But Ross does something that angers Rachel to the very core of her being; he makes a list that compares her and Julie. Rachel finds out about the list and blows off Ross for a couple of months. Then Rachel views a video of her and Monica going to senior prom. Rachel's date is late, so Monica's father suggests Ross take Rachel to the prom. Ross didn't think it was a very good idea, but he goes along with it anyways. But, when Ross is upstairs getting ready, Rachel's date shows up, leaving Ross heartbroken. Rachel never knew about this until she sees the prom video. As soon as the video is over, Rachel kisses Ross and they finally become a couple. This is also the season where Monica meets and falls in love with the man of her dreams. But their romance is short-lived due to a serious matter. This is defintely a great DVD to add to your Friends collection. Hope you enjoy!!
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Season Two of Friends sees the consummation of the Ross & Rachel relationship which is the major theme that has run throughout the show's nine year run. Season One's cliffhanger where Rachel finds out Ross' feelings for her and she goes to the airport to meet him on his way back from China is dealt with beautifully. It seems that Ross has met a former college associate, Julie, in China and they are an item. The tables are now turned as it is Rachel who is secretly pining for an unknowing Ross. This is a brilliant move and the humor in the situation is mined for the first few episodes. Ross finds out about Rachel's feelings for him when he retrieves a phone message that a drunken Rachel left for him claiming she's over him. They fight over this, but in the end, Ross knocks on Central Perk's door in a rainstorm for their first kiss. The road to love isn't smooth as Rachel finds a pros and cons list Ross has made about her and Julie, but after seeing an old video of Monica and hers prom night in which Ross was going to stand in as a date for Rachel where her boyfriend was thought to be ditching her (this is a classic episode and in the video we see a fat Monica, a pre nose job Rachel and Ross has jeri curled hair and cheesy mustache). The Ross & Rachel relationship of course dominates the season, but there are many other hilarious subplots including Joey getting his big break as a soap actor in Days Of Our Lives which leads to him moving out of the apartment and Chandler getting a new roommate Eddie (played brilliantly by the underrated Adam Goldberg) who at first seems perfect, but turns out to be psychotic. Also, Monica starts her relationship with Dr. Richard Burke (Tom Selleck, who shows a rare comedic side). Season two of Friends is yet another full of great performances by the entire cast, funny guest stars including Julia Roberts, superb writing and worth repeated viewings.
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This collection is better than the first one. It contains all second season episodes. The special features could still be better but they are stepped up a little bit. There is optional commentary for the episodes, The One With The List and The One With The Prom Video, as opposed to just the commentary on one episode from season one. Like the first season's look into Central Perk, there is an interactive view of Monica and Rachel's apartment. There is a quiz on how well you know your Friends and after completing the quiz, Phoebe's Smelly Cat music video plays. There is Friends of Friends which shows clips of guest stars that appeared during season 2. A new feature is What's Up With Your Friends? This shows clips of each of the main six characters. Not a great feature, but some of the best clips are included. P>Season Two of Friends has many key episodes, such as when Ross and Rachel get together, Richard is introduced, and Joey moves out. The factors of no commercials, extra footage seamlessly edited into all the episodes and some special features added to all the great episodes of season two are enough to make any Friends fan buy this collection.
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I'm really curious and I really want to see what is different and added on this DVD.
I live in Europe and all the episodes (not uncut) which were shown on TV were released on VHS and DVD, so I've seen all the episodes from every season including season 8 about too many times and I'm a really big fan of the show. Unfortunately, I can't play an American DVD (region 1) on my DVD player so I'll have to watch my Friends collection again and I'll probably never know how the new DVD is like with all the special features and uncut scenes. But I'm sure that season two (and season one) will be very good because Friends is the best sitcom ever! It really [stinks] that you had to wait 8 years for this but I'm sure that it will be worth waiting for!
And a little message for Andy Radke: Your list with all the episodes of season two is not completely correct, you switched the last two episodes, TOW The Chicken Pox is episode 23 and TOW Barry and Mindy's Wedding is episode 24...
I can only imagine how it will be but I'm sure it's going to be really good. So all you Friends fans: enjoy it, it's going to be great!
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