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"Friends" is a popular American sitcom that aired for ten seasons from 1994 to 2004. The show revolves around six friends living in New York City, including Ross, Rachel, Monica, Chandler, Joey, and Phoebe. The group navigates life together, experiencing everything from relationship drama to career changes and more.

Each episode of "Friends" features the group hanging out at their favorite coffee shop, Central Perk, and getting into various shenanigans. The show's humor comes from the characters' unique personalities and their witty banter with one another. The show also tackled important issues such as marriage, infertility, and homosexuality in a humorous and lighthearted way.

"Friends" was a massive commercial and critical success, winning numerous awards and becoming one of the most beloved sitcoms of all time. The show's popularity led to spin-offs, merchandise, and even a Central Perk pop-up shop in New York City. Even years after its finale, the show remains a cultural phenomenon, with fans continuing to rewatch and quote the show today.

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When I'm not writing about movies and series, I spend most of my time traveling the world and catching my favorite West End shows. My life is also full of interesting books and I'm addicted to cooking. I believe that words can change the world, and I use them to inspire my readers.

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