(Note: I briefly corresponded with Jeff more recently...
Friends (stylized as F•R•I•E•N•D•S) is an American television sitcom, created by David Crane and Marta Kauffman, which aired on NBC from September 22, 1994, to May 6, 2004, lasting ten seasons. Kauffman and Crane began developing Friends under the title Insomnia Cafe between November and December 1993.
An unlit narrow open boat is accelerating towards us, a skiff packed with shadowy figures. Their agonised phone calls – a gun at their heads – begging friends and relatives for help seemed to fall on deaf ears.
And with all hope of rescue vanishing, Paul and Rachel came to expect their ordeal would end in death, thousands of miles from home.
Monica's mom arranged to get their wedding announced in the paper, but they need to get a picture from a professional photographer as any camera makes Chandler grin look like a hyenas.
Those "online interviews" have all been rolled into this FAQ. The Wedding Guest [7.11] Phil Leeds....................
At the end of the first season, Jeff left Friends to work on his new sitcom "Partners" for FOX (which aired for the 1995-96 season) and Senior Script Editor Alexa Junge took over as our contact at the show under the same arrangement.
The night is murky, with neither Moon nor starry constellations to lighten the dark expanses of sea and sky. Eight men, mostly young and gangly, scramble over the rails. ‘Paul, please come up,’ I call out tensely to my husband.
There isn’t enough wind to drive us through the heavy swell of the Seychelles archipelago; the conditions are nauseating. I hear a strange noise, a new hum above the familiar throb of our engine. In the space of just a few minutes on the Indian Ocean, their trip of a lifetime – a long-planned escape from the petty suburban pressures of the Home Counties – became a journey that really did change everything.