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Collect these terrific episodes from the last three seasons of the blockbuster hit Friends in Volume 2 of “The One With All The Guest Stars” comedy compilation. Join all six friends as they navigate through their exciting and unexpected lives in Volume 2, which includes encounters with superstars like Brad Pitt, John Stamos, Anna Faris, and many more!

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Collect these terrific episodes from the last three seasons of the blockbuster hit Friends in Volume 2 of “The One With All The Guest Stars” comedy compilation. Join all six friends as they navigate through their exciting and unexpected lives in Volume 2, which includes encounters with superstars like Brad Pitt, John Stamos, Anna Faris, and many more!

    • EPISODE 1

    S8: The One With the Halloween Party

    At Monica's Halloween party, Phoebe meets the friendly fiancé, Eric (special guest star Sean Penn - "Dead Man Walking"), of her flighty twin, Ursula. Phoebe becomes alarmed when she learns that her sister has misrepresented herself to the trusting guy--and Phoebe finds herself attracted to him as well. Monica comes disguised as Catwoman and wonders if she could defeat Phoebe's Supergirl character. Chandler arrives as a pink bunny and mistakes Ross' giant "Spudnik" costume for something found on a sidewalk. Also, Rachel gives away all the candy and guiltily resorts to writing checks for the trick-or-treaters.

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    • 21 Minutes

    At Monica's Halloween party, Phoebe meets the friendly fiancé, Eric (special guest star Sean Penn - "Dead Man Walking"), of her flighty twin, Ursula. Phoebe becomes alarmed when she learns that her sister has misrepresented herself to the trusting guy--and Phoebe finds herself attracted to him as well. Monica comes disguised as Catwoman and wonders if she could defeat Phoebe's Supergirl character. Chandler arrives as a pink bunny and mistakes Ross' giant "Spudnik" costume for something found on a sidewalk. Also, Rachel gives away all the candy and guiltily resorts to writing checks for the trick-or-treaters.

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    • 21 Minutes
    • EPISODE 2

    S8: The One With the Rumor

    In this Thanksgiving episode, special guest star Brad Pitt plays Will, Monica's high school friend who was the only student fatter than Monica was. She invites him to Thanksgiving dinner with the gang, unaware that he isn't exactly fond of Rachel. Meanwhile, Chandler and Phoebe pretend to be enthralled with a televised football game in order to avoid helping Monica in the kitchen. And Joey vows to devour the entire turkey single-handedly.

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    • 21 Minutes

    In this Thanksgiving episode, special guest star Brad Pitt plays Will, Monica's high school friend who was the only student fatter than Monica was. She invites him to Thanksgiving dinner with the gang, unaware that he isn't exactly fond of Rachel. Meanwhile, Chandler and Phoebe pretend to be enthralled with a televised football game in order to avoid helping Monica in the kitchen. And Joey vows to devour the entire turkey single-handedly.

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    • 21 Minutes
    • EPISODE 3

    S8: The One in Massapequa

    Monica becomes inarticulate while giving her toast at a 35th wedding anniversary party for her parents, Jack (recurring guest star Elliot Gould) and Judy (recurring guest star Christina Pickles), and regrets volunteering to make the speech instead of Ross. Phoebe brings her latest boyfriend, Parker (recurring guest star Alec Baldwin), an effusive optimist who is so enthusiastic about everything that he makes people crazy. Meanwhile, Ross is astounded when Jack and Judy ask him and the pregnant Rachel to pretend to be married, in order to prevent a potential scandal.

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    • 21 Minutes

    Monica becomes inarticulate while giving her toast at a 35th wedding anniversary party for her parents, Jack (recurring guest star Elliot Gould) and Judy (recurring guest star Christina Pickles), and regrets volunteering to make the speech instead of Ross. Phoebe brings her latest boyfriend, Parker (recurring guest star Alec Baldwin), an effusive optimist who is so enthusiastic about everything that he makes people crazy. Meanwhile, Ross is astounded when Jack and Judy ask him and the pregnant Rachel to pretend to be married, in order to prevent a potential scandal.

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    • 21 Minutes
    • EPISODE 4

    S9: The One With the Male Nanny

    In the Emmy Award-winning comedy's 200th episode, Ross jealously mocks Rachel's choice of an oversensitive male nanny, Sandy (Freddie Prinze, Jr. - "Scooby Doo," "I Know What You Did Last Summer"), for Emma. Meanwhile, Phoebe must choose between two ardent suitors: new boyfriend Mike (recurring guest star Paul Rudd) or visiting former boyfriend David (recurring guest star Hank Azaria). And Chandler feels threatened by Monica's constant chatter about a male co-worker whose sense of humor outwits his.

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    • 31 Minutes

    In the Emmy Award-winning comedy's 200th episode, Ross jealously mocks Rachel's choice of an oversensitive male nanny, Sandy (Freddie Prinze, Jr. - "Scooby Doo," "I Know What You Did Last Summer"), for Emma. Meanwhile, Phoebe must choose between two ardent suitors: new boyfriend Mike (recurring guest star Paul Rudd) or visiting former boyfriend David (recurring guest star Hank Azaria). And Chandler feels threatened by Monica's constant chatter about a male co-worker whose sense of humor outwits his.

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    • 31 Minutes
    • EPISODE 5

    S9: The One With Rachel's Other Sister

    On the night before Thanksgiving, Rachel's self-centered younger sister, Amy (Christina Applegate - "Jesse," "Married... With Children"), ruins everyone's holiday dinner with her uncensored observations. Amy is upset to learn that Rachel would not want her to care for her baby if she and Ross were to die. Chandler is also offended that he is not considered the best adoptive parent either. Meanwhile, Monica obsessively protects her good wedding china. And Joey forgets to join his television cast mates in the big Thanksgiving parade.

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    • 25 Minutes

    On the night before Thanksgiving, Rachel's self-centered younger sister, Amy (Christina Applegate - "Jesse," "Married... With Children"), ruins everyone's holiday dinner with her uncensored observations. Amy is upset to learn that Rachel would not want her to care for her baby if she and Ross were to die. Chandler is also offended that he is not considered the best adoptive parent either. Meanwhile, Monica obsessively protects her good wedding china. And Joey forgets to join his television cast mates in the big Thanksgiving parade.

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    • 25 Minutes
    • EPISODE 6

    S9: The One Where Rachel Goes Back to Work

    When Rachel visits her workplace to show off baby Emma, she is surprised to find a handsome temporary worker, Gavin (Dermot Mulroney - "About Schmidt"), who has been doing her job while she was on maternity leave. Their immediate war of wills prompts Rachel to make a rash decision that she could regret. Meanwhile, Joey arranges for Phoebe to get a job as an extra on his daytime drama series, but she wreaks havoc on the set. And, having quit his job, Chandler must get another--fast--because Monica desperately wants a family.

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    • 23 Minutes

    When Rachel visits her workplace to show off baby Emma, she is surprised to find a handsome temporary worker, Gavin (Dermot Mulroney - "About Schmidt"), who has been doing her job while she was on maternity leave. Their immediate war of wills prompts Rachel to make a rash decision that she could regret. Meanwhile, Joey arranges for Phoebe to get a job as an extra on his daytime drama series, but she wreaks havoc on the set. And, having quit his job, Chandler must get another--fast--because Monica desperately wants a family.

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    • 23 Minutes
    • EPISODE 7

    S9: The One With the Mugging

    Joey develops an unusual acting method in order to impress a famous, pompous fellow actor, Leonard (Jeff Goldblum - "Jurassic Park"), during an audition for an important stage role. Meanwhile, Ross is horrified to discover who mugged him when he was a child. And an unemployed and humbled Chandler accepts an internship at a shoe company, where the youthful interns make him feel extremely old.

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    • 22 Minutes

    Joey develops an unusual acting method in order to impress a famous, pompous fellow actor, Leonard (Jeff Goldblum - "Jurassic Park"), during an audition for an important stage role. Meanwhile, Ross is horrified to discover who mugged him when he was a child. And an unemployed and humbled Chandler accepts an internship at a shoe company, where the youthful interns make him feel extremely old.

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    • 22 Minutes
    • EPISODE 8

    S9: The One With the Donor

    Disappointed to learn that they cannot conceive a baby naturally, Monica and Chandler mull their options. When Chandler brings home a handsome, unknowing co-worker, Zack (John Stamos - "Full House," "Thieves"), for dinner, Monica and Chandler embarrassingly "interview" him as a potential sperm donor. Meanwhile, while shopping with Phoebe, Rachel confides that she is enamored with Joey. Unfortunately, Joey's current girlfriend, Charlie (recurring guest star Aisha Tyler), overhears. And Phoebe encounters a boyfriend, David (recurring guest star Hank Azaria), from long ago.

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    • 24 Minutes

    Disappointed to learn that they cannot conceive a baby naturally, Monica and Chandler mull their options. When Chandler brings home a handsome, unknowing co-worker, Zack (John Stamos - "Full House," "Thieves"), for dinner, Monica and Chandler embarrassingly "interview" him as a potential sperm donor. Meanwhile, while shopping with Phoebe, Rachel confides that she is enamored with Joey. Unfortunately, Joey's current girlfriend, Charlie (recurring guest star Aisha Tyler), overhears. And Phoebe encounters a boyfriend, David (recurring guest star Hank Azaria), from long ago.

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    • 24 Minutes
    • EPISODE 9

    S9: The One in Barbados, Pts. 1 & 2

    In Part 1, when Chandler accidentally erases the only version of Ross' speech from his laptop computer, Charlie must help Ross reconstruct it--and in the process, they discover that they have much more in common than their profession. Meanwhile, Joey and Rachel get drunk together after impersonating pharmacists and infiltrating a medical conference for the free drinks. And Phoebe is shocked when Mike unexpectedly travels to the island to talk to her. In Part 2, despite the fact that it is the first sunny day since their arrival, everyone attends Ross' speech, which is enthusiastically received by his doring fellow scientists. Later, Monica and Mike (recurring guest star Paul Rudd) take part in an extremely competitive, marathon ping-pong match, alarming Chandler but arousing Phoebe. And Ross' and Joey's fortunes change after revelations by Charlie and Rachel.

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    • 50 Minutes

    In Part 1, when Chandler accidentally erases the only version of Ross' speech from his laptop computer, Charlie must help Ross reconstruct it--and in the process, they discover that they have much more in common than their profession. Meanwhile, Joey and Rachel get drunk together after impersonating pharmacists and infiltrating a medical conference for the free drinks. And Phoebe is shocked when Mike unexpectedly travels to the island to talk to her. In Part 2, despite the fact that it is the first sunny day since their arrival, everyone attends Ross' speech, which is enthusiastically received by his doring fellow scientists. Later, Monica and Mike (recurring guest star Paul Rudd) take part in an extremely competitive, marathon ping-pong match, alarming Chandler but arousing Phoebe. And Ross' and Joey's fortunes change after revelations by Charlie and Rachel.

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    • 50 Minutes
    • EPISODE 10

    S10: The One Where Rachel's Sister Baby-sits

    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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    • 28 Minutes

    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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    • 28 Minutes
    • EPISODE 11

    S10: The One With the Birth Mother

    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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    • 24 Minutes

    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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    • 24 Minutes
    • EPISODE 12

    S10: The One Where the Stripper Cries

    Joey appears as a celebrity contestant on "The $100,000 Pyramid," with its actual host, Donny Osmond (himself), but Joey's dubious IQ costs his partner the prize money. Meanwhile, Monica and Rachel hire an ungainly stripper, Roy (Danny DeVito - "Taxi"), without seeing him first, for Phoebe's bachelorette party. Also, Chandler and Ross attend a college reunion and meet an attractive woman they both promised not to date during school.

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    • 27 Minutes

    Joey appears as a celebrity contestant on "The $100,000 Pyramid," with its actual host, Donny Osmond (himself), but Joey's dubious IQ costs his partner the prize money. Meanwhile, Monica and Rachel hire an ungainly stripper, Roy (Danny DeVito - "Taxi"), without seeing him first, for Phoebe's bachelorette party. Also, Chandler and Ross attend a college reunion and meet an attractive woman they both promised not to date during school.

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    • 27 Minutes
    • EPISODE 13

    S10: The One With Princess Consuela

    Rachel nearly gags on her meal when she secretly meets at a restaurant for a job interview and sits right next to the table where her current boss is dining. Phoebe considers legally changing her married name to something more exotic. Meanwhile, Joey feels abandoned when Monica and Chandler try to buy a house, but Joey finds solace with the sellers' precocious 8-year-old daughter, Mackenzie (Dakota Fanning - "The Cat in the Hat").

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    • 23 Minutes

    Rachel nearly gags on her meal when she secretly meets at a restaurant for a job interview and sits right next to the table where her current boss is dining. Phoebe considers legally changing her married name to something more exotic. Meanwhile, Joey feels abandoned when Monica and Chandler try to buy a house, but Joey finds solace with the sellers' precocious 8-year-old daughter, Mackenzie (Dakota Fanning - "The Cat in the Hat").

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    • 23 Minutes
    • EPISODE 14

    S10: The One Where Estelle Dies

    When Rachel makes a startling announcement, Ross secretly schemes to get her former job back for her. Meanwhile, Joey is so flustered by all of the upheaval in his friends' lives that Phoebe prevents him from learning about the sudden death of his agent. And Monica and Chandler check out the house for sale next door to their new home--and make a stunning discovery.

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    • 23 Minutes

    When Rachel makes a startling announcement, Ross secretly schemes to get her former job back for her. Meanwhile, Joey is so flustered by all of the upheaval in his friends' lives that Phoebe prevents him from learning about the sudden death of his agent. And Monica and Chandler check out the house for sale next door to their new home--and make a stunning discovery.

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    • EPISODE 15

    S10: The Last One, Pts. 1 & 2

    Filled with humor and bittersweet emotion, the series finale of "Friends" finds Rachel, Monica, Phoebe, Joey, Chandler and Ross embarking on the next chapters in their lives. The six of them have been there for one another through all the ups and downs of becoming adults. Now it's their last day together, and it's one of momentous events and last-minute surprises. Even as the friends make major decisions about their futures, they share a bond that will last forever--no matter where their paths lead.

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    • 47 Minutes

    Filled with humor and bittersweet emotion, the series finale of "Friends" finds Rachel, Monica, Phoebe, Joey, Chandler and Ross embarking on the next chapters in their lives. The six of them have been there for one another through all the ups and downs of becoming adults. Now it's their last day together, and it's one of momentous events and last-minute surprises. Even as the friends make major decisions about their futures, they share a bond that will last forever--no matter where their paths lead.

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    • 47 Minutes
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