I've been a regular watcher for a long time too. I'd have given up about 2 or 3 years ago, but the 'end' was always in sight, so I figured I'd just stick it out. It definitely had its moments but the last 2 seasons have been painful.

I'm not really big on watching it in syndication though. Unlike Seinfeld, which I still enjoy in reruns (mostly because it's fun trying to remember how the main characters plotlines all interweave).

kyle at May 6, 2004 08:10 AM

I'm sad to see it go, if only that I lived most of my 20's in the last ten years and it really is the end of an era for 90's television. It's probably the last regular format sitcom I will ever watch (now it's Arrested Development, Scrubs, and such...).

Lauri at May 6, 2004 09:53 AM

But can they PLEASE shoot Ross? Pleeeaaasssee?

bob at May 6, 2004 11:46 AM

Monica first!

freakgirl at May 6, 2004 12:08 PM

I second that motion. Monica must go.

Last night's Dateline was almost too much sugar on the open cavity. This came out, or became really popular right as I graduated HS (I know don't shoot me). And as I was finding my way I looked to it like I would a friendship. It definitely molded some of my alduthood.

I will cry, but not like Buffy. That's the difference.

I'll miss Phoebe.

mason at May 6, 2004 12:35 PM

Have you seen this? http://www.fametracker.com/fame_audit/friends_cast_of.shtml

Janet at May 6, 2004 02:04 PM

Okay, I'll give you Monica ... as long as they go out in a brother-sister bloody death scene. Rachel goes to Paris, Ross runs after her on the tarmac and gets sucked into the jet engine, Monica right behind holding on and *splat*, they're both gone forever. Chandler becomes the homosexual he was always meant to be. Pheobe adopts Emma and Joey moves to LA where his new show lasts 3 episodes.

And Paul Rudd becomes my third.

bob at May 6, 2004 04:40 PM

:: applauds ::

freakgirl at May 6, 2004 05:52 PM
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