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Ross and Rachel's romance is one for the sitcom history books, and the season-one finale, "The One Where Rachel Finds Out," is a major turning point. After a season of crushing on an oblivious Rachel, Ross heads off for a business trip to China, but not before getting her a special birthday present. She loves the pin and is surprised by Ross's thoughtfulness. "I can't believe he did this," Monica says. "Come on, Ross? Remember back in college, when he fell in love with Carol and bought her that ridiculously expensive crystal duck?" Chandler blurts — and then everything changes.But the episode almost didn't happen that way. In fact, it wasn't even going to be the season finale. Season-one writer and supervising producer Jeff Greenstein explained in an email to Vulture: The original plan called for "The One With the Birth" to be the season-one finale. None of the writers »
- Margaret Lyons
Really excited @thelarrywilmore is going to replace @StephenAtHome . Amazing choice.
— Lizz Winstead (@lizzwinstead) May 10, 2014
As did “Daily Show” writer Daniel Radosh:
Bryan Cogman, one of the producers of “Game of Thrones,” shared his approval, along with “Carrie Diaries” creator Amy B. Harris; “Grimm” writer Akela Cooper; “Simpsons” scribe Michael Price; actor/comedian B.J. Novak and “Will and Grace” exec producer Jeff Greenstein, among others.
This is great news. http://t.co/irCvfSdduw
— Bryan Cogman (@b_cogman) May »
- Variety Staff
2 items from 2014
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