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The definitive Friends history."--Entertainment Weekly SIX FRIENDS THAT BECAME A FAMILY. A TELEVISION SHOW THAT BECAME A PHENOMENON. Today, Friends is remembered as an icon of '90s comedy and the Must See TV years. But when the series debuted in 1994, no one anticipated the sensation it would become. From the first wave of Friends mania to the backlash and renaissance that followed, the show maintained an uncanny connection to its audience, who saw it both as a reflection of their own lives and an aspirational escape from reality. In the years since, Friends has evolved from prime-time megahit to nostalgic novelty, and finally, to certified classic. Ross, Rachel, Monica, Chandler, Joey and Phoebe have entered the pantheon of great television characters, and yet their stories remain relevant still. I'll Be There for You is a deep dive into Friends history and lore, exploring all aspects of the show, from its unlikely origins to the societal conditions that amplified its success. Journalist and pop culture expert Kelsey Miller relives the show's most powerful moments, sheds light on its sometimes dated and problematic elements, and examines the worldwide trends that Friends catalyzed, from contemporary coffee culture to the wildly popular '90s haircut The Rachel. Taking readers behind the scenes, Miller traces the cast's rise to fame and untangles the complex relationship between the actors and their characters. Weaving in revelatory interviews and personal stories, she investigates the role of celebrity media, world-changing events and the dawning of the digital age--all of which influenced both the series and its viewers. I'll Be There for You is the definitive retrospective of Friends, not only for fans of the series, but for anyone who's ever wondered what it is about this show--and television comedy--that resonates so powerfully.
Hannah hugged her sister tightly. 'I know you don't trust life any more. But you've still got to live it - and so do I.' Hannah and Juliet Goodwin have been best friends since childhood, but when Juliet's boyfriend Luke is killed just as Hannah marries the affluent Michael, the divide between the two sisters is suddenly too painful to bear. While Hannah prepares for the birth of her first child, Juliet begins to neglect her job, her health, and all those who love her the most. Hannah is the last person she'd appeal to for help. But then she finds herself drawn into a secret betrayal that threatens to destroy Hannah's happiness before she even has a chance to enjoy it . . .
A behind-the-scenes look at Friends, one of the most popular TV shows of all time—a wide-ranging interview with the cast and creators, excerpted from Top of the Rock, by former NBC President of Entertainment Warren Littlefield It was a little show originally called Six of One, whose pilot only tested decently with audiences—but all of that would soon change. “I’ll Be There for You” presents a colorful, funny, and enlightening oral history drawn from the actors and creators of Friends. Outlining the whole history of the show, from first episode to last, including testimonials straight from the studio floor, this selection reveals the personal side of the “Shakespearean soap opera,” including how the actors dealt with fame, helped to create their roles, negotiated and grew together as one family, and (of course) how Joey became Joey. An eBook short.
The Guard has to repair the damages left behind from the Demon Hunters that were under Scott Benson’s control. While they are rebuilding Scott takes more human victims. The family is back from saving James and Suzanne from the Renegade. The separation cost them the life of one of their own. A loss that is hard to recover from. They must stay together, they’re stronger together. Then why are they separating? Why are the Renegade so interested in the River Ghosts? What are the River Ghosts, and why hasn’t anyone heard of them before? Why is the Renegade taking so many humans? Where are the four with powers? Why have they separated from the rest of their army? There are so many questions. As an Elder you should know all the answers. What do you do if you haven’t got the answers? Who do you turn to, where do you go? The biggest question of all, how can you fi nd the answers without losing your life, or the lives of your family, when there is an enemy within the Guard? An enemy who doesn’t care what he has to do to achieve his goals.
Her Dead Husband Called… …saying he was the culprit who'd snatched Ali Weyden's son from Santa's lap. Little Robbie was safe. He'd be returned in time for Christmas—as soon as Ali got the bank to release the hefty insurance settlement she'd received upon her husband's falsified death. Ali's dead husband was alive, her son was missing and her mind was reeling. She turned to the one man she could almost trust—the single dad next door, crime writer Logan Reed. Logan's strong arms comforted, his lips reassured…and while his razor-sharp mind pieced together the puzzle, Ali began to love again. But the stakes were raised: her deceased husband was found dead—again. And her son was still missing….
Poetry and journal entries document the emotional life of a women juggling the demands of her lover, family and demanding career. Includes discussion guide.
Louisiana Coffeewith lots of cream is Dr. Betty Reynolds fifth book to be published. Not surprisingly, this book is not about coffee, nor is it about cream. Instead, it is a delightful medley of intriguing tales covering four generations of a New Orleans Creole family. Since Creole usually denotes a mixing of bloods, the color of their skin can be as varied as the color of ones coffee ranging from dark, dark chocolate to the lightest of rich cream. This fictional memoir appropriately starts a hundred years ago in New Orleansthe home of the family matriarch, Bertha Mayberry. Berthas story is a mysterious one that she preferred to be kept locked among other family secrets. She was particularly sensitive about having to reveal her misfortune of being trapped in a bordello when she first arrived in New Orleans as a young girl. Her romantic rescue ended in tragedy, but she did transcend in the end and married a popular Black jazz musician named William Sweetwater Lewis. Together they gained respectability by working hard and providing their five daughters with a good education, a passion for music, and a young life filled with parties and gala events in a city that was known for them. Berthas children as well as her childrens children follow their own paths in choosing where and how they will live out their lives. Their accounts of triumphs and mishaps take you on a fascinating journey to experience the mysteries of black magic in the Louisiana swamps, a numbers racket in Detroit and the casinos in Las Vegas when the mob was in control. Some leave the safety of their ancestral home on Bourbon Street to carve out new lives in other far-away places such as the Jersey Shores, Philadelphia, or New York. Whatever their destination, each member of the Lewis clan brings to the saga an interesting storyline that shares his/her unique motivations, desires and actions that sometimes lead to less than favorable consequences. Louisiana Coffeeis meant to inform, rather than to alarm. It is a tell-all fiction that might open some eyes as what goes on in a different world on the other side of the cultural divide.

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