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Intégrale saison 5 :
5.01 - Celui qui avait dit Rachel (The One After Ross Says Rachel)
5.02 - Celui qui embrassait (The One with All the Kissing)
5.03 - Celui avec les triplés (The One Hundredth)
5.04 - Celui qui accepte l'inacceptable (The One Where Phoebe Hates PBS)
5.05 - Celui qui rate son week-end (The One with the Kips)
5.06 - Celui qui a du mal à se taire (The One with the Yeti)
5.07 - Celui qui emménage (The One Where Ross Moves In)
5.08 - Celui qui avait des souvenirs difficiles à oublier (The One with the Thanksgiving Flashbacks)
5.09 - Celui qui s'est fait piquer son sandwich (The One with Ross's Sandwich)
5.10 - Celui qui avait une soeur un peu spéciale (The One with the Inappropriate Sister)
5.11 - Celui qui prenait de bonnes résolutions (The One with All the Resolutions)
5.12 - Celui qui riait différemment (The One with Chandler's Work Laugh)
5.13 - Celui qui avait un sac (The One with Joey's Bag)
5.14 - Celui qui découvre tout (The One Where Everybody Finds Out)
5.15 - Celui qui prenait des coups (The One with the Girl Who Hits Joey)
5.16 - Celui avec le flic (The One with the Cop)
5.17 - Celui qui ne savait pas se repérer (The One with Rachel's Inadvertent Kiss)
5.18 - Celui où Rachel fume (The One Where Rachel Smokes)
5.19 - Celui qui n'arrive pas à draguer (The One Where Ross Can't Flirt)
5.20 - Celui qui sauvait des vies (The One with the Ride Along)
5.21 - Celui qui jouait à la balle (The One with the Ball)
5.22 - Celui qui devait casser la baraque (The One with Joey's Big Break)
5.23 - Celui qui était à Las Vegas (1) (The One in Vegas (1))
5.24 - Celui qui était à Las Vegas (2) (The One in Vegas (2))
With Friends like these, you'll never need to go out again. Picking up from the momentous events of Series 4, this season starts out with Monica and Chandler in some awkward positions as they try to keep their blossoming romance a secret from the others. By the series' end they'll be planning to get married in Las Vegas, where Joey is working as a gladiator at Caesar's Palace casino, his big movie break having fallen through. The embers of Rachel and Ross's relationship continue to send up sparks, especially when Emily causes strife early on by insisting Ross never has contact with Rachel ever again. Phoebe finally meets her father and starts dating a cop named Gary. It all climaxes with everyone in Las Vegas, where Monica and Chandler's impromptu decision to wed is upstaged by a surprising event. --Leslie Felperin --Ce texte fait référence à une édition épuisée ou non disponible de ce titre.Voir l'ensemble des Descriptions du produit
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01.The One After Ross Says Rachel
02.The One With All The Kissing
03.The One Hundredth
04.The One Where Phoebe Hates PBS
05.The One With The Kips
06.The One With The Yeti
07.The One Where Ross Moves In
08.The One With The Thanksgiving Flashbacks
09.The One With Ross's Sandwich
10.The One With The Inappropriate Sister
11.The One With All The Resolutions
12.The One With Chandler's Work Laugh
13.The One With Joey's Bag
14.The One Where Everybody Finds Out
15.The One With The Girl Who Hits Joey
16.The One With The Cop
17.The One With Rachel's Inadvertent Kiss
18.The One Where Rachel Smokes
19.The One Where Ross Can't Flirt
20.The One With The Ride Along
21.The One With The Ball
22.The One With Joey's Big Break
23.The One In Vegas (1)
24.The One In Vegas (2)
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Best Shows of the Fifth Season: "The One After Ross Says Rachel," not just because Ross is trying to salvage his new marriage before it is even official, but because Monica and Chandler cannot keep their hands or their thoughts off of one another; "The One with All the Kissing," because of the stupid Not-in-New York rule, Rachel's heartfelt admission to Ross, and Phoebe's water breaking; "The One with All the Resolutions," because Chandler is not allowed to make fun of Ross's new leather pants; "The One Where Everybody Finds Out," because they don't know that we know they know we know and because Chandler knows something none of those that think they know happen to know; and "The One in Vegas Part 2," because of the power of a hard eight.
This season has one of my favorite story arcs, as Monica and Chandler try to keep their romance secret from as many Friends for as long as possible, but there are also a lot of episodes that are average at best (e.g., "The One with the Yeti," "The One Where Ross Moves In," "The One Where Rachel Smokes") to drag it down a bit. I was thinking that this season was going to grade out at a 4.5 that would get rounded up just for the surprise ending that no one every saw come (which, strangely enough, would explain why it was a surprise), but there are just too many average episodes ("The One with the Inappropriate Sister," "The One With Joey's Bag," "The One Where Ross Can't Flirt," etc.). When I realized that there were more episodes on my average list than on my best list, I had to revise my rating appropriately. Yet this season has some of my favorite moments that the highs stopped me from seeing the lows.
The relationship between Monica and Chandler continues--though no one knows about it. The lengths to which they go to conceal it contribute much to the hilarity but the best moment comes when Ross witnesses an encounter between the two and subsequently goes ballistic. It's pure genius how he turns the line, "My sister and my best friend!" from one spoken in utter, blinding fury to one spoken in an awww, how sweet sort of way. Poor Joey is perhaps the most put upon by their concealment, though, as he not only has to live with a secret he's bursting to tell, he also ends up looking like a disgusting pig when a series of near misses results in Monica and Chandler pointing the finger at him to divert suspicion from themselves.
Joey's woes aren't merely confined to keeping Monica and Chandler's secret, though. He also has to make the ultimate sacrifice and give up a beloved bag when its presence costs him an acting job and he has to suffer the humiliation of admitting that it hurts when his cute-as-a-button girlfriend (Punky Brewster, all grown up) playfully hits him. The season then ends with the ultimate humiliation when Joey is forced to take a job as a gladiator in Caesar's Palace when his big break doesn't come to fruition.
Phoebe reaches a defining moment in her life when she gives birth to the triplets and then is forced to deal with the sadness of having to give them away. The scene in which she talks to the three newborns is one of the most touching for her character and it's difficult not to feel for her, for having gone through the ordeal of pregnancy only to have to give the babies up. She also meets a seemingly great guy and is ready to move in with him until he exhibits a fatal character flaw that leaves Phoebe single once again.
Rachel faces some difficult choices of her own when she finds out that Emily is demanding Ross not be around her if he wants to preserve their marriage. She also has to learn to put aside her own feelings so that she can do right by her friend. She does get a chance at romance but it ends in a hilariously icky way when she finds that her would-be boyfriend is rather too close to his sister for comfort. On the plus side, though, Rachel gets her dream job as Ralph Lauren despite the fact that she inappropriately kisses the man who interviews her.
The character who grows the most in this season and who has the best comedic opportunities, though, has to be Ross. He tries his best to reconcile with Emily and then must extricate himself from a bad situation only to find that he's already on divorce number two. He then has to deal with the bouts of rage that begin when his boss dares to eat his sandwich, complete with "moist maker". Homeless and desperate, Ross has to move in with Joey and Chandler and proceeds to drive them both nuts, to the point that they almost force him into renting a tiny studio just to get rid of him. When he finally does find a nice new apartment, he had a great time trying to amuse Rachel and Monica with his window-front antics.