[S3E3] The One With The Jam
Friends is a truly humorous show. The well-received TV series, created by David Crane and Marta Kauffman, initially debuted on the US NBC television network in 1994. It is actually a comic sitcom that tells the story of a group of buddies in Manhattan. The outstanding cast includes Rachel Green (Jennifer Aniston), Phoebe Buffay (Lisa Kudrow), Ross Geller (David Schwimmer), Joey Tribbiani (Matt LeBlanc) and Chandler Bing (Matthew Perry). The show was an immediate success, with high ratings both nationally and internationally for 10 years.
[S3E3] The One With The Jam
Friends is an American sitcom that is picture about a group of friends. The series also consists of ten seasons, and the first broadcast of the show was begun on September 22, 1994. Since it is the most popular sitcom in this era, many people are jacked in a kind of loyal of the series. With some funny part in the show, it will be always remembered well by its fans. Many episode chronicle the challenges and exploring as well that depict the lives and connection with each other. Friends is surely a good addition for your entertainment moment.
The third season of Friends, an American sitcom created by David Crane and Marta Kauffman, premiered on NBC on September 19, 1996. Friends was produced by Bright/Kauffman/Crane Productions, in association with Warner Bros. Television. The season contains 25 episodes and concluded airing on May 15, 1997.
Phoebe is stalked by a man named Malcolm who mistakes her for her identical twin, Ursula. Phoebe then tries to help Malcolm to get over Ursula. Ross and Rachel give Chandler "boyfriend" lessons, one of which ultimately backfires on Ross. Monica copes with her break-up with Richard by making jam, and then considers having a baby by artificial insemination through a sperm bank. Joey's arm is in a sling after hurting his shoulder jumping on the bed. (Matt LeBlanc dislocated his shoulder in the previous episode, which was written into the plot).
Monica tries to support Pete's UFC dreams, but after his brutal losses, she says she cannot stay if he continues, then breaks up with him after he refuses to quit. Chandler has a problem when his new boss keeps slapping his butt in a friendly but inappropriate manner but at the end he lets his new boss slap his butt after feeling left out. Phoebe sets Ross up on a date with Bonnie (Christine Taylor), a pretty girl who used to shave her head. Rachel is not happy to see that Bonnie is now a very hot blonde, nor that Ross likes her a lot.
It marked the death of the Face of Boe and his final words to the Doctor, concluding an arc that had been hinted at in New Earth. The Face of Boe's last words would eventually become relevant in Utopia. It also saw the first televised appearance of the Macra since their introduction in 1967's The Macra Terror. Its events along with New Earth would be recalled by Novice Hame in The Secret of Novice Hame during the Doctor Who: Lockdown! showing.
The Tenth Doctor offers Martha one trip into the future, to visit another planet. She asks if he can take her to his home planet, and speculates as to its beauty. He describes Gallifrey's Citadel, mountains, orange sky and other features as if they still existed, but claims he does not want to go home. Instead, he takes her to the year five billion and fifty-three, into a dark alleyway where it is raining, and introduces her to New New York, a city of New Earth. The Doctor mentions that he last visited the planet with Rose and Martha becomes slightly upset, muttering, "Ever heard the word 'rebound'?"
Suddenly, a young couple armed with guns grab Martha and haul her away, subduing her with a patch inducing Sleep. The Doctor chases them but they escape in their hovercar. The Doctor returns to ask the pharmacists for directions to the Motorway; they comply, but warn him that he may never see Martha again. He tells them to find alternative employment as he promises to shut down their enterprises by that very evening.
Deciding to make his own way toward Martha, he opens the shaft on the floor of the car and drops down to the car below. He then moves through several cars, opening the roofs with his sonic screwdriver and continuing through the floor to the car below, posing as a Motorway Footpatrolman to the bemused occupants. In this fashion, he meets several characters including hippies and a nudist couple.
The Doctor reaches the last level, just above the Fast Lane, in the car of a Bertie Wooster-like business man. The Doctor clears the fog so that he can see what's below and discovers that the bottom of the Motorway is filled with Macra. The Doctor explains to the business man that the Macra feed upon toxic gas. Once in history they built an empire using human slaves to mine gas to feed them, but have since devolved into hungry non-sentient beasts.
The Doctor demands to see the Senate over the trapped people in the Motorway, but Hame tells him that they are inside the Senate. Willing the goddess Santori to bless them, she turns on the lights to reveal the Senate chamber, tiered seats filled with skeletons. The Senate, the city and everyone else died twenty-four years ago. When the Doctor asks how, Hame removes a mood patch from one of the dead: a new mood drug, Bliss, was created and everyone became addicted to it, unable to stop taking it. A virus mutated inside it and became airborne, killing the entire world in seven minutes flat and dying itself when there was no-one left to feed on. However, there was just enough time to seal the walkways and the flyovers to the lower levels, denying the virus access to them. The citizens in the Undercity have not been betrayed and abandoned - they have been saved.
The Doctor questions how Hame could have survived, and she tells him that "he" protected her and has waited for all this time. Hearing a familiar telepathic voice, the Doctor runs to meet the Face of Boe. Hame explains that she was made his nurse as penance for her sins and that the Face shrouded her from the virus with his smoke, but the city's power grid died with no-one maintaining it. The Undercity would have fallen into the sea, but the Face of Boe wired himself into the mainframe, giving his vital life force simply to keep the basic functions going. The Doctor questions why they did not contact any of the surrounding worlds for help, but Hame reveals that the last act of the Senate was to declare New Earth unsafe and activate an automatic quarantine which lasts for one hundred years. The Face of Boe implores the Doctor to save the trapped people.
Martha and the Doctor arrive back at the alleyways of the Undercity, where the pharmacists have all closed and left. Martha asks what the Face of Boe meant and whether she is the reason why the Doctor is not alone. The Doctor shakes his head; he does not want to talk about Boe's words, but Martha refuses to move until the Doctor tells her the truth. The Doctor admits he is the last of his kind, explains about the Last Great Time War and the Daleks and then goes on to describe Gallifrey. Far above the slums, the Overcity thrives with the newly freed motorists, who begin to sing again. The sun sets orange over New New York, which lives once more.
Most batshit crazy outfit:Lorelai wears a few ugly peasant blouses, debuts a long red purse that looks like a sausage, and sports a pair of pants with vertical stripes, but nothing is offensive enough to deserve the "batshit crazy title." This time, I must award it to Lane for her "Trust God" t-shirt. Even though she didn't wear it of her own accord, I can't forgive it. It's like a more in-your-face version of the Jesus fish decal that horrible drivers decide to put on their cars.
At Luke's Diner, Rory tells Dean that she's totally not freaked out about the application because she already knows she's going to write her essay on Hillary Clinton. I think Dean realizes deep down that this is bullshit. Rory freaks out over everything school related; nothing is ever simple with this over-achiever. The way she kisses him whenever she leaves for school is a clear indication that their relationship is done. It's the saddest, most passionless kiss I've ever seen, but Dean is desperate for any little crumb of affection Rory throws his way, so he doesn't notice.
Everything is fine until the college admissions panel, when Rory finds out that her basic bitch answers might not fly with the snobs at Harvard. Granted, the panel is full of assholes who clearly hate their jobs and want to ruin the lives of every student in the audience.
If I were advising Rory, I'd tell her to curate the right impression on her college application with a combination of fact and truth. Don't worry about whether you have the right qualities, just invent them when necessary! Now that the Internet is so prevalent, kids probably can't get away with blatant lies, but then again ... words have no meaning in 2018, so maybe I'm wrong.
Since Rory and Lorelai are now collectively freaking out about the application, they decide to consult Headmaster Charleston, who suggests a lunch with a Harvard alumnus who will answer all of their questions. The man they meet with is Darren Springsteen, class of '74. He is, without a doubt, a serial killer, a cult leader, or maybe both?
And don't even get me started on Carol. Does this chick think she's going to be a birthday bunny forever? She should make her rich parents pay for her to go to art school. There's an easel in her bedroom, so she must at least dabble in painting. If she really wants to tell her parents to go fuck themselves, she should do it by making them overpay for a fine arts education and then supplement her income while she works as a minimum wage gallery assistant in an expensive city. You really want to stick it to the man, Carol? Bleed your parents dry while you spend 4 years doing lots of cocaine and having sex with anyone attractive. That will give them early heart attacks, for sure. 041b061a72