Do you know who Holden McGroin is? Do you ever find things "twirly"? Do you worry about the size of the WENUS? Do you yearn to be an Ugly Naked Guy? Do you know exactly why gum would be perfection?
Don't worry-- Friends: The Official Companion is there for you. Here at last is the only authorized guide to the television comedy that has taken America by storm, as millions of viewers have enjoyed the ongoing quests of Rachel, Monica, Phoebe, Joey, Chandler, and Ross to fall in love, find meaningful jobs, control their monkeys--in other words, get lives.
Friends: The Official Companion is chock-full of features available nowhere else--like "Friends Dearest," a shocking introductory tell-all by erstwhile friend Marcel the Monkey, explaining the evolution of the Friends species; "Friendsography," a detailed episode-by-episode guide to the first season; "Friendly Words," a collection of unforgettably hilarious lines from the show; "A Little Friendly Competition: The Totally Twirly Quiz"; interviews with the cast; and more than 100 photos in black-and-white and color, many of them never before seen.
So this is it--The One with Everything--an indispensable volume for Friends fanatics and casual viewers alike.
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For a while they couldn't be escaped: every magazine plastered them on the cover; every talk show touted them; every trendy young woman was wearing the haircut. The Friends phenomenon seemed unavoidable. Now that the frenzy has died down, perhaps you're feeling a slight void in your life. Chandler, Ross, Monica, Rachel, Phoebe, and Joey aren't everywhere you turn. Happily, the show has entered syndication, meaning you'll be able to relive your favorite moments: the birth of Ross's son, Marcel the monkey humping everything in sight, the romance of Paolo and Rachel. But if that's not enough for you--and how could it be for the true devotee?--you'll need to get your hands on Friends: The Official Companion Book. With trivia, fun facts, plot summaries of the entire first season, snippets of dialogue, glam shots of the cast, and even a quiz (Do you know what WEENUS stands for?) and an "Uncensored Tail-All" by Marcel, the books contains all you need to become the ultimate expert on this popular TV show. A true find for the committed Friendsphile. --Jenny BrownExcerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved.:
A Little Friendly Competition: The Totally Twirly Quiz
Which was the first line of dialogue in the Friends pilot episode?
a) "Anyone wanna pet my monkey?"
b) "Key, kids, let's change the face of television forever."
c) "There's nothing to tell."
d) "Thank you for being a friend."
According to Ross in "The One with the Blackout," where's the weirdest place he's ever had sex?
a) New Jersey
b) The White House
d) The Vatican
What does Ross and Monica's grandmother Nana collect?
d) Sweet'n Lows
Men in which profession tend to attract Rachel's romantic interest?
a) Circus geeks
b) Hostage negotiators
A Strange But True Friends Fact
* Sometime during the first season, both Monica and Rachel and Chandler and Joey appear to have very quietly moved up a few floors in the apartment building.
Terms of Endearment
* Tartlet (noun) -- not a small sexy actress, but a luscious salmon dish prepared by Monica in "The One with the Stoned Guy."
* Slap My Ass and Call Me Judy! (phrase)--a joyous exclamation by Steve (Jon Lovitz), who's one toke over the line in "The One with the Stoned Guy."
* Mayor of the Zone (phrase) -- Joey elected Ross to this office in "The One with the Blackout"--his charming way of informing Ross that he'd been in the Friend Zone too long to ask out Rachel.
"The One About Wedding Etiquette"
Monica: Joey, stop hitting on her. It's her wedding day.
Joey: "What? Like there's some rule or something?"
-- Having flirted with runaway bride Rachel, Joey asks a reasonable question in the pilot episode
The One About Conflicting Desires
Joey: Pheebs, you wanna help?
Phoebe: Oh, I wish I could, but I really don't want to.
-- An early Phoebian comment in the pilot episode
The One About Independence
Monica: Come on. You can't live off your parents your whole life.
Rachel: I know that! That's why I was getting married!
-- A revealing conversation between old friends in the pilot episode
The One About Greek Tragedy
Chandler: ...Hey, you kissed my mom!
Ross: (TO THE PATRONS) We're rehearsing a Greek play.
-- The guilty mother-kisser Ross tries to cover up what he's done to everyone at Central Perk in "The One with Mrs. Bing"
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