Tag: friends

All My Friends

All My Friends

By:
03/16/2020

I’m standing on my Village A rooftop, looking out at the lights in Rosslyn. It’s either late on Friday or early on Saturday, depending on how you want to look at it, but it’s far too quiet. It’s kind of hard to fathom this is the last time I’ll be up here as a student….

From Friends to Family

From Friends to Family

By:
01/31/2020

When Netflix users logged in on January 1, they noticed something missing. The show Friends had left after a five-year run. In those five years, it had garnered a whole new generation of viewers and inspired ’90s nostalgia for the show’s original audience. For me, Friends wasn’t just another streaming binge—it was essential to my…

TV Review: Friends Watching  Friends

TV Review: Friends Watching  Friends

By: and
02/17/2015

While at first poorly received by NBC, the portrayal of six young friends trying to make it in the big city managed to climb to the top of the ratings throughout the 90s and early 2000s. Even after twenty years, reruns of Friends play on numerous channels in the US and have gained international recognition….

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