Friends: Season 10 (2003 - 2004)


Season 10
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Critics Consensus

A wedding, babies, and Joey attempting -- and failing -- to speak French! What more could we have asked for from Friends' tenth and final season?

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Critic Ratings: 24

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User Ratings: 696

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Air date: Sep 24, 2003

Still in Barbados after Ross' keynote address, the friends cope with a variety of dilemmas. Ross has kissed his colleague Charlie Wheeler, although she is still officially dating Joey. Joey and Rachel have kissed as well, but they agonize over how to tell Ross. Phoebe's former boyfriend, Mike, has followed Phoebe to the island and proposed marriage to her, despite his being in a relationship with someone else. And Monica has developed really big hair, due to the humidity. Chandler's problem is that he can barely restrain himself from making fun of his wife. Phoebe, Monica and Chandler learn about all the romantic drama by listening through the thin hotel room walls to hear Joey and Rachel's amorous conversation on one side and Ross and Charlie's on the other. Feeling as if he is betraying Joey, Ross seeks him out to confess that he wants to date Charlie.

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Air date: Oct 1, 2003

Rachel, Joey and Charlie (recurring guest star AISHA TYLER) attend an uncomfortable dinner party at Ross' apartment, but they fear for his state of mind when Ross uncharacteristically overindulges in wine, song and laughter. Meanwhile, Chandler commits an unpardonable act when he and Monica visit a couple who have adopted a cute boy. And former surrogate mother Phoebe is visited by her brother, Frank Jr. (recurring guest star GIOVANNI RIBISI - "Saving Private Ryan"), who is desperate because he can no longer cope with his precocious triplets.

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Air date: Oct 8, 2003

Suave Joey is as confident as usual while preparing to make love with Rachel for the first time. But he soon becomes uncharacteristically clumsy, and Rachel feels uneasy as well. They wonder how Chandler and Monica transitioned from friends to lovers so easily. Meanwhile, Monica and Phoebe's annoying friend Amanda (JENNIFER COOLIDGE - "Best in Show") visits, causing a rift between the women. And Ross goes to a spray-on tanning salon but fails to follow the simple directions properly.

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Air date: Oct 21, 2003

On Emma's first birthday, Rachel convinces Monica and Chandler to delay their long-anticipated trip to Vermont to stay for the party. But complications ensue when the infant falls asleep--and a racy, adult birthday cake arrives. Meanwhile, when Ross dashes out to help Rachel, he leaves Joey in charge of keeping everybody locked in the apartment until they return with the right cake.

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Air date: Oct 29, 2003

Rachel feels like her annoying, self-indulgent younger sister, Amy (recurring guest star CHRISTINA APPLEGATE, who won an Emmy Award for her previous "Friends" guest appearance), is finally on the verge of making a major change in her attitude. In order to help Amy become a more responsible person, Rachel overrides Ross' strong protests and allows Amy to baby-sit Emma. She soon regrets that decision. Meanwhile, Phoebe unknowingly thwarts Mike's (recurring guest star PAUL RUDD) "anniversary" surprise for her. Also, Monica and Chandler become concerned when Joey tries to use big words in a recommendation letter on their behalf to a child adoption agency.

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Air date: Nov 5, 2003

Oscar nominee GREG KINNEAR - ("As Good As It Gets," "Talk Soup"), for an esteemed paleontology grant. Unfortunately, Hobart also happens to be Charlie's (recurring guest star AISHA TYLER - "Talk Soup") obsessed ex-boyfriend. Hobart offers the grant to Ross on the condition that he break up with Charlie. Meanwhile, Phoebe tries to give a hideous painting she created to an extremely reluctant Monica and Rachel. Also, Joey is offended when Chandler lies about viewing Joey's bizarre audition tape reel.

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Air date: Nov 11, 2003

Monica and Chandler nervously prepare for a visit from an adoption worker, Laura (MARIA PITILLO), who will decide if they would be suitable parents. Unfortunately, Laura horrifies the uptight couple when she confesses that she was once romanced by a cad named Joey, who lives in the same building and never returned her calls. Meanwhile, Phoebe and Mike (recurring guest star PAUL RUDD) opt to have a small wedding and donate the extra money to a children's charity--only to demand it all back later. And Ross tries to help Rachel overcome her irrational fear of swing sets so baby Emma can enjoy herself at the playground.

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Air date: Nov 19, 2003

Monica prepares a fabulous Thanksgiving feast for the gang, but she becomes furious when everyone arrives late to the gathering. Ross and Joey tried to go to a hockey game first, and Phoebe and Rachel secretly took Emma to a baby beauty contest. Bigger problems ensue when Monica refuses to let the famished guests into her and Chandler's apartment.

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Air date: Jan 7, 2004

Nervous and excited, Monica and Chandler travel to Texas to meet a young pregnant woman, Erica Simmons (recurring guest star ANNA FARIS - "Scary Movie" films), who is considering allowing them to adopt her child when it's born. Monica and Chandler like Erica, and she likes them. The only problem is that, due to a mix-up at the adoption agency, Erica thinks Monica is a reverend and Chandler is a doctor--and the eager couple hesitates to correct her. Meanwhile, Joey dates Phoebe's friend but annoys her with his territorial eating habits. And after succumbing to a sexy and persuasive salesgirl, Ross ends up in a unique new wardrobe. Series star DAVID SCHWIMMER directed the episode.

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Air date: Jan 14, 2004

When Phoebe and Rachel see Chandler getting into a car with a pretty woman during work hours, they follow him to the suburbs and witness him going inside a large house with the woman. Fearing that Chandler is cheating on Monica, they inform her--and learn that the woman is a real estate agent. The pair has been secretly shopping for houses and struggling with how to tell their best friends that they are leaving the City. In an emotional montage, clips from previous episodes highlight many of the experiences the friends have shared in Monica and Chandler's apartment.

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Tv Season Info

The worldwide comedy hit comes to a bittersweet, but comic close with its tenth and final season.

Cast & Crew

Jennifer Aniston
Rachel Green
Courteney Cox Arquette
Monica Geller Bing
Lisa Kudrow
Phoebe Buffay
Matt LeBlanc
Joey Tribbiani
Matthew Perry
Chandler Bing
David Schwimmer
Ross Geller
Aisha Tyler
Charlie Wheeler
Jim Rash
Nervous Male Passenger
Paul Rudd
Mike Hannigan
Cali Sheldon
Emma Geller-Green
Noelle Sheldon
Emma Geller-Green
Anthony Cistaro
Gate Attendant
Michelle Pereira
Female Passenger
Vincent Boyle
Another Passenger
Jeannette Papineau
Girlfriend in Coffee Shop
Angelica Roberts
Coffee Shop Patron
Kevin S. Bright
Executive Producer
David Crane
Executive Producer
Greg Malins
Executive Producer
Wil Calhoun
Executive Producer
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Critic Reviews for Friends Season 10

All Critics (24) | Top Critics (9)

Friends isn't a sitcom. It's a soapcom, a soap opera masquerading as a situation comedy.

Feb 24, 2021 | Full Review…

There are plenty of one-liners and memories that will leave you cheering, laughing and crying.

Jun 28, 2018 | Full Review…

The "Friends" soap opera ended predictably and blandly last night, with no big surprises, just two little ones -- Monica's and Chandler's twins.

Jun 26, 2018 | Full Review…

The show never rose above its artificial, formulaic roots - characters assembled straight from the sitcom-writer's handbook, jokes delivered with mechanical predictability at the network-mandated rate of three per page.

Jun 28, 2018 | Full Review…

Altogether, Friends is really just a bland show about bland characters living bland lives.

Apr 26, 2021 | Full Review…

[The series' scripts were] concise and top-level. [Full review in Spanish]

Mar 21, 2019 | Full Review…

The jokes and the adventures have not aged a day. It's a pure, classic comedy. [Full Review in Spanish]

Jun 28, 2018 | Full Review…

I found myself laughing and identifying with the friends more than I had the first time. [Full Review in Spanish]

Jun 28, 2018 | Full Review…

Starting a TV show is hard. Ending one of the most beloved series of all time in a satisfactory manner? Almost impossible, yet Friends pulled it off here.

Jun 28, 2018 | Full Review…

It's a classic, heartwarming finale that gives you what you want with just as many laughs as you could want.

Jun 28, 2018 | Full Review…

It was more than a phenomenon; it was a smart, classy show.

Jun 27, 2018 | Full Review…

Even the kiss that cemented Ross and Rachel couldn't disguise the show's larger anti-climax, a cop-out from the logical conclusions of the show's premise, conclusions it began to acknowledge only to ultimately deny their existence.

Jun 27, 2018 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Friends: Season 10

  • May 12, 2021
    Season 10 is awesome because of Friends' amazing series finale. Monica and Chandler get their baby and in true sitcom fashion, it's revealed they're getting twins. ROSS AND RACHEL FINALLY GET BACK TOGETHER! And sadly the foosball table is destroyed but overall season 10 is pretty good.
  • Apr 19, 2021
    A short and sweet ending to this amazing and hilarious show! I loved every minute of it!
  • Feb 17, 2021
    When it comes to consistency, Friends ticks all the boxes: a winning cast, unflappable chemistry, complex characters, well-developed relationships, humorous insights, and genuinely good smart humour!
  • Jan 02, 2021
    The best tv series I have ever seen, I always remember these six friends, when I have a bad working day, I watched friends, and I felt better, thanks to this tv series, is amazing.
  • Nov 20, 2020
    Friends ends his cycle in a smart and clever way, with epic episodes and lots of fun.
  • Oct 15, 2020
    Best tv series i've ever watched
  • Oct 03, 2020
    This show will make you laugh, cry, and drop your jaw in shock. For it's time it is amazing, this show is so iconic and I feel more people should watch it so the franchise lives on forever. I will say that sometimes some of the themes are a little offensive, but for it's time (The 90's and early 2000's) I am impressed by the quality of the show, the actors are incredible, and the story connects you to the characters. The show has it's problems but I will always love and connect to Friends. =)
  • Aug 30, 2020
    Friends is an excellent show. All of the actors are excellent and their comic timing is also perfect. It's great entertainment. Friends are talking and living their life, and you see what goes on. The writers have done best work. I have watched this show more than once. Only problem I saw in this show was after season 6/ 7, after which show's comedy content started becoming weak. Overall, I loved it and would recommend everyone to watch it.
  • Jul 24, 2020
    When Friends stuck to being funny, it was a very funny show. However, whenever it ventured into sentimentality, which was often, it was vomit inducing.
  • Jul 01, 2020
    Its amazing like always..but I think that in the last one, the final scene we dont have the feeling that its gonna be okay for everyone...I think could be and happier way to end the show that was a way for a lot of people smile everyday

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