Friends

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Friends

We’ll be there for you. When the rain starts to pour. We’ll be there for you. Like we’ve been there before. We’ll be there for you. ‘Cuz you’re there for us too… At least you will be there for us if you’d like to win a copy of Friends: The Complete Series on Blu-ray. To celebrate the friendly bond between website and reader, the harmonious co-existence of author and Internet commenter, and the generally thankful nature of the season, we’re going to give one of our lucky readers the chance to get a full dose of Ross and Rachel, Joey and Chandler, and of course Phoebe and I-don’t-remember-who. You get the idea. Now get the details below.

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Culture Warrior

Episodes and seasons and weeks after its inspiration and its humor have peaked, I still continue to watch new episodes of The Office week in and week out. I don’t know why – I never do this with dramatic shows, only with comedies – but I tend to stick with comedy shows whose legacy I appreciate even if their time has passed, either out of respect, blind hope, or simply the desire to have some noise in the room while I take a break to eat a meal or fold laundry. While The Office certainly isn’t what it used to be, even before Steve Carell left, it’s still an inoffensive and enjoyable way to pass some time. I can’t deny that the affinity I developed for the show’s characters early on in the series has carried me through a lot of its creative droughts (in other words, I hardly watch it only for its comedy) even as more recent network sitcoms like Modern Family, Community, and (especially) Parks and Recreation have made me LOL significantly more often. But in the bizarre cameos leading up to a strange and dry seventh season finale, The Office seems to have encountered much greater problems than a rudimentary lack of inspiration typical for the (possibly cyclical) lifespan of a long-running television show. The Office seems to have rejected the defining characteristics that made it unique in the first place.

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The actress will either keep Portman and Kutcher from getting together, or impart some wisdom on the pair as the geeky female best friend.

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If there is anything I need in my life, it is most certainly not a free venue for watching more television shows that I’ve avoided getting hooked on over the past few years. Thanks, WB.

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The Cast of Friends

It seems FSR Exec. Editor Neil Miller isn’t alone in his jealousy of Sarah Jessica Parker’s wardrobe and recent success with the Sex and the City movie.

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