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The fifth season of Friends, an American sitcom created by David Crane and Marta Kauffman, premiered on NBC on September 24, 1998. Friends was produced by Bright/Kauffman/Crane Productions, in association with Warner Bros. Television. The season contains 24 episodes and concluded airing on May 20, 1999.

Collider ranked it #2 on their ranking of the ten Friends seasons, and chose "The One Where Everybody Finds Out" as its best episode.[1]Digital Spy ranked it #4 on their ranking of the ten Friends seasons, and chose "The One Where Everybody Finds Out", "The One with the Cop" and "The One with the Ball" its best episodes.Marie Claire ranked it #1 on her ranking of the ten seasons, and chose "The One Where Everybody Finds Out", "The One with All the Kissing" and "The One in Vegas: Part 2" its highlights. ScreenRant also ranked it #1 on their ranking of all seasons. BuzzFeed ranked it as #6 on their ranking, and chose "The One with All the Thanksgivings" as its best episode. WordPress ranked it #3 on their ranking. Listverse also ranked it #3 on their ranking.

The Currently Reading Podcast is dedicated to the love of books and reading. Two bookish friends discuss what\u2019s on their nightstands, in their earbuds, and on their Kindles right now, in addition to books they\u2019ve loved forever, and a variety of other readerly topics.

On Nov. 6, 1983, Will Byers went missing in Hawkins, Indiana. Long after the town gave up the search, his friends kept looking... and discovered a mysterious girl known only by a number: Eleven. She was alone, hunted and extremely powerful. Eleven would stop at nothing to help them find their friend. Today, Stranger Things fans everywhere celebrate Nov. 6 as Stranger Things Day, a special day to share their love for the series.

This season revolves around a mysterious new neighbour in town, who Tom suspects is guilty of various crimes, such as theft, sabotage, and fraud. The season begins with Roy moving next door to the friends and ends with Roy being exposed for his crimes and escaping.

Bob's Burgers Season 5 Episode 3 asks us this and other questions, such as; how far are we willing to go to help one of our friends Who do you consider a friend Is making an ice wrestling rink in your freezer a good idea

While Bob's storyline wasn't particularly hilarious, it was genuinely sweet to see him worry about Teddy so much. Speaking of which, the pattern of seeing different shades to the characters continued this week with Teddy getting pretty scary when Bob tried to cut him off from his burgers. I wonder if this is a deliberate pattern with how this season will play out. Whether it is or not, keep it coming, writers!

The fans were anxious to know what would happen next. Would Rachel and Ross find their way back to each other Would Monica and Chandler actually become a couple The answer to these questions was sure to follow, and an amazing season once again delighted fans and audiences all over the world, with some of the best episodes Friends had provided up to that point.

Let's start from the bottom, shall we The second to last episode of the fifth season saw the gang flocking to Las Vegas in order to visit Joey, who later admits he's working at the casino while he waits for the film to be greenlit again after lacking funds.

During the second episode of season 5, Chandler and Monica have to find a way to cover for the fact that they were caught kissing. This little incident prompts Chandler to go around kissing everyone, in one of the most hilarious cover-ups in history.

Well, when the time comes for them to enter the chapel, a very drunk couple comes out...and it's Ross and Rachel! Once again, the season ends in a cliffhanger when these two find out they got married while completely wasted. Vegas, baby!

Ross continues calling everyone in Emily's family to try to find her and sends them packages of flowers and giant stuffed animals. Annoyed by Ross' repeated, failed attempts to win her over, Emily finally contacts Ross to tell him to stop harassing her and her family. She eventually agrees to giving their marriage a chance, but only if he moves to England. When he refuses on account of Ben, she agrees to move to the US but on the condition that he must move into a new apartment and cut Rachel out of his life. Ross reluctantly agrees and moves out of his apartment and into the one he'll be sharing with Emily which is sublet from her cousin. However Ross finds he can't stop being friends with Rachel and tells Emily this. Emily's inability to trust Ross results in her deciding to end their marriage. Emily's cousin then kicks him out of his new apartment, leaving him homeless although Chandler and Joey agree to let him stay while he finds somewhere else to live. Sometime later, Emily leaves a message on Ross' answering machine and wonders if the divorce was a mistake - even though she is set to marry another man. Rachel accidentally deletes the message, but still tells Ross about it. Ross decides against calling Emily, not wanting to reunite with his paranoid and controlling ex-wife.

After sleeping with each other while in London, Monica and Chandler decide to establish a secret relationship. Joey is the first to find out about Monica and Chandler's relationship early in the season after they take a secret vacation together. Rachel finds out mid-season, when she ends up eavesdropping on a phone call, and Phoebe is the second to last person to find out about the relationship when she sees them through the window of Ross' new apartment. Joey, Rachel and Phoebe confront Monica and Chandler about their deception by playing a trick on them, and Chandler and Monica finally admit that they have fallen in love with each other. Ross also finds out about Monica and Chandler's relationship after seeing them through the window of his new apartment. After realizing that Monica and Chandler are actually in love, he is happy for them.

Joey receives a role in a movie filming in Las Vegas. Chandler is going to drive to Nevada with him, but before they leave New York, Chandler accidentally reveals that he doesn't think the movie is Joey's big break and Joey kicks him out of the car. When he arrives in Las Vegas, he finds out the movie has run out of funding and been put on hold indefinitely. He gets a job as a gladiator character at a hotel and casino. The rest of the friends discover this when they plan a trip to Las Vegas to visit. During this trip, Chandler and Monica begin to wonder if they are seeing signs that are telling them that they should get married. However, when they get to the chapel, Ross and Rachel run out, having just drunkenly gotten married.

* Lots of heart-wrenching moments involving Archie and his late dad Fred this week. He even had a dream where Fred was taking pictures of Archie and his friends in their caps and gowns! (You might remember that was a flash-forward in the Season 2 premiere.) R.I.P., Luke Perry.

Ross is determined to prove that he could still beat up his female friends, Rachel and Phoebe, despite their recent self-defence classes. He claims that he has "Unagi", something he defines as a state of total awareness, in his years spent practising karate. Unagi is actually a type of freshwater eel.

Just months before she made her debut as Meredith Grey on Grey's Anatomy, Ellen Pompeo played Missy Goldberg in a season 10 episode of Friends. Appearing in "The One Where the Stripper Cries," she was featured as a former college classmate of Ross (David Schwimmer) and Chandler's (Matthew Perry), who secretly made out with Chandler despite the two pals' pact not to fight over women they both liked.

Sean Penn appeared in two episodes of Friends during the show's eighth season. He played Eric, a man who is engaged to Phoebe's (Lisa Kudrow) sister Ursula but doesn't know that she's been lying to him about her life.

When she was just 10 years old, Dakota Fanning played Mackenzie in the season 10 episode "The One With Princess Consuela." Her character bonded with Joey (Matt LeBlanc) when Monica (Courteney Cox) and Chandler came by to look at her house in an attempt to move to the suburbs.

Julia Roberts stopped by Friends' second season as Susie Moss. Appearing in "The One After the Superbowl: Part 2," she played a childhood acquaintance of Chandler's who finally gets her revenge on him after years of teasing.

Jeff Goldblum played Leonard Hayes, a serious theater director, in season 9's "The One With the Mugging." After a rocky start, Joey stumbles on some talents and goes to great lengths to impress Leonard in his audition for the play.

Brooke Shields was featured in one episode of Friends, playing a woman named Erika Ford in the season 2 installment "The One After the Superbowl: Part 1". A slightly out-of-touch woman, Erika could not understand that Joey the actor was not Dr. Drake Ramoray the TV doctor in real life. Thanks to a little acting from the gang, their short-lived affair comes to a close.

In a brief Mad About You crossover bit, Helen Hunt played Jamie Buchman, her character from the famed sitcom, in a season 1 episode of Friends. Appearing in "The One With Two Parts: Part 1," she steps into Central Perk and tries to order coffee from Phoebe, mistaking her for her server twin Ursula.

In her very first onscreen role, Rebecca Romijn played Cheryl in Friends' season 4 episode, "The One With the Dirty Girl." Cheryl is the dirty girl in question, a new girlfriend of Ross' who is messy past the point of forgiveness.

In the season 5 episode "The One With the Girl Who Hits Joey," Soleil Moon Frye is said girl who hits Joey. She plays Katie, a spunky woman who playfully punches Joey on the arm without realizing just how much it hurts. 59ce067264


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