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The Best of Friends, Vol. 3:
"The One with the Blackout": During a blackout in New York City, Chandler is locked in an ATM with beautiful supermodel Jill Goodacre. Meanwhile, the gang converges on Monica's apartment to tell scary stories and talk about sex.
"The One with the Candy Hearts": Joey and Chandler go on a double date, but to Chandler's horror, his date is his ex-girlfriend Janice. Meanwhile, Monica, Rachel and Phoebe have a "bad boyfriend cleansing ritual" which gets out of hand.
"The One Where Ross and Rachel... You Know": Ross and Rachel have their first date, but a case of the giggles keeps them from consummating it. Rachel plans an intimate dinner, but Ross gets called to the museum and has to work late.
"The One with the Football": The gang decides to play a friendly game of football, which devolves into a series of personal competitions: Monica and Ross over the coveted "Geller Cup," Chandler and Joey over a beautiful woman.
"The One That Could Have Been (Part 1 and Part 2)": The gang discusses what their lives would be like if they had chosen different paths, then go on to play out those very divergent roles in one of the more surreal episodes of the series.
The Best of Friends, Vol. 4:
"The One with Chandler in a Box": Joey, still upset with Chandler because he kissed Kathy, decides to move out. When Chandler offers to make it up to him, Joey makes him spend Thanksgiving Day in one of the leftover furniture crates.
"The One Hundredth": Phoebe finally delivers Frank Jr.'s triplets, amongst chaos at the hospital as Rachel tries to set herself and Monica up on a date with two male nurses, Joey develops kidney stones and Phoebe ponders motherhood.
"The One With All the Resolutions": It's New Year's Eve and the friends all make resolutions, which wind up getting them into trouble. Meanwhile, Rachel overhears a phone conversation and discovers Monica and Chandler's secret.
"The One Where Ross Got High": Thanksgiving dinner with the Gellers turns into a fiasco when Chandler discovers that the reason Monica's parents don't like him is because Ross blamed him when his parents caught him smoking pot in college.
"The One with the Proposal (Part 1 and Part 2)": Chandler tries, unsuccessfully to propose to Monica when Richard (Tom Selleck) reenters the picture throwing Monica into a quandary over which of the two men to spend her life with.
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Friends has matured into one of the few sitcoms that can truly be judged "must-see." The ensemble--Courteney Cox Arquette, Jennifer Aniston, Lisa Kudrow, Matthew Perry, David Schwimmer, and Matt LeBlanc--provide a master class in chemistry. Volume 3 includes another hilarious Chandler-Janice hookup in "The One with the Candy Hearts," the Thanksgiving grudge match for the precious Geller Cup in "The One with the Football," and "The One That Could Have Been," a roads-not-taken episode. Finally, volume 4 contains two great Thanksgiving episodes, "The One with Chandler In a Box" and "The One Where Ross Got High." Relive other series milestones, including, "The Hundredth Episode," in which Emmy-winner Lisa Kudrow's Phoebe gives birth to triplets; "The One with All the Resolutions," in which Rachel finds out about secret couple Monica and Chandler; and "The One with the Proposal," in which Chandler's plans to propose to Monica are complicated by the reappearance of her lost love Richard (Tom Selleck). --Donald Liebenson
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