More than 51 million viewers were there for Friends in its final hour last night, making the farewell the second most-watched telecast of the season — behind only the Super Bowl. The figure, which was pretty much in line with expectations, pales in comparison to the 76 million who turned out for Seinfeld's big finish in 1998. Speaking of the big good-bye, could it have been any more satisfying? Well, let's examine the evidence: Ross and Rachel finally got their happy ending; Monica and Chandler became the proud parents of twins; Phoebe discovered her inner filangee; and Joey laid his Foosball table to rest. Earlier in the day, the sextet — Jennifer Aniston, David Schwimmer, Courteney Cox Arquette, Matthew Perry, Lisa Kudrow and Matt LeBlanc — looked on as the Warner Bros. soundstage where Friends was filmed for the past 10 years was renamed the "Friends Stage." And later that night, the gang reunited on the set of Central Perk for a special Tonight Show with Jay Leno. (Could Jay's opening monologue have been any lamer?)