Now we can finally watch Green Acres Friends the way it was meant to be seen.
Friends: The Complete Series Blu-ray box set hits stores Tuesday for the first time, featuring all 236 episodes completely remastered, with 17 hours of extras from the original DVDs and more than three hours of all-new bonus features. Among the new content: New retrospective documentaries, a never-before-seen gag reel, and the original script and producer's cut of Season 8's "The One Where Rachel Tells Ross," which includes a Monica (Courteney Cox) and Chandler (Matthew Perry) story line that had to be modified in the wake of 9/11. The 21-disc collection is must-have for any diehard Friends fan who has been there since Ross (David Schwimmer) grabbed a spoon or is just learning what the "Joey special" is now in syndication. "I think we have something that's going to make Friends fans really happy," co-executive producer/director Kevin S. Bright tells TVGuide.com.
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New Rachel! New glee clubbers! New York! There are plenty of shiny, new things to focus on in the Season 4 premiere of Glee, airing Thursday, Sept. 13 at 9/8c on Fox. TVGuide.com got an early glimpse at the episode and dug hard to find the eight biggest spoilers :
1. A breakup! After the graduation of eight seniors...
There are only a few weeks left before Glee returns for its game-changing fourth season. With some of the New Directions off to college and Rachel (Lea Michele) in NYC, who knows what's in store for our favorite Ohio natives!
Thanks to two new sneak peeks, we can begin to see where our favorite characters have landed post-graduation.
Web Therapy's Fiona Wallice is crude, rude and she finally wants to become a better person in Season 2. But can she?
"Fiona sees her sister (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) for therapy and her sister destroys her, but in an unobvious way," Lisa Kudrow, who plays Fiona, tells TVGuide.com. "So Fiona starts rethinking her whole life and the next time we see her she's in bed, in tears, no makeup, pajamas — just a mess. And we've never seen her like that."
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And unsurprisingly, it will be short-lived.