Friends: Amazing show with lessons to learn


Ron P. Jaffe

The cast of Friends lines up for a photo. From left to right: Chandler (Matthew Perry), Rachel (Jennifer Aniston), Ross (David Schwimmer), Monica (Courteney Cox), Joey (Matt LeBlanc), and Phoebe (Lisa Kudrow).

Aletse Aguirre, Staff reporter

Netflix has many shows and movies all on one website which makes it one of the biggest sites used in today’s world. Almost everyone has it and has at least binge watched a show like Friend’s.


It’s a show that is just amazing and fun to relate to even though it is a very old show. You learn to accept yourself for who you are and the people around you. It’s something that teaches you a lesson in life and how to conquer the bad and good times.


Friend’s has 10 seasons and was made in the late 90’s and was one of the biggest shows when during its time,It’s about a group of friends that like to hang out in this one coffee shop in Manhattan that almost do everything with each other even swap relationships.


The characters are Ross Geller, Rachel Green, Monica Geller, Joey Tribbiani, Chandler Bing, and Phoebe Buffay and they all have their own personalities. Ross is a professor at a school, Monica is a chef and works at a restaurant in New York, Rachel is a fashion designer ,Joey is a actor, Phoebe is a masseuse, and Chandler is a IT procurement manager.


It’s kind of a mix of comedy, drama, and life lessons all rolled up into one amazing thing. “I love the show it has so much meaning and it just helps me if I just need a laugh after a bad day,”said Morgan Wilson, 8th grader. The show captures almost every life lesson there is and actually teaches you a lesson on what you should and shouldn’t do.


Each character has their own personality and why of thinking. Every person can at least relate to one of the characters on the show. “I relate best to Joey because I honestly don’t care what people say about me and I just do dumb things,“said Wilson.


It shows that people can be different in many ways and still get along and be happy with one another.Not everyone is the same and it’s better to have different people to hang out with then people like yourself.“I think Rachel because I dress to impress and I’m spoiled and care what people think of even if it’s the simplest things,”said  Lupita Ramirez, 8th grader.
At the end we all have a opinion to tell and something to judge,so might as well make a use of it and watching something that’s worth telling others.