Tigerman wrote:Never got to see it often, but, I always enjoyed Third Rock from the Sun when I was at meetings or visiting family in the States.
GuyInTaiwan wrote:If anyone needs any further proof about the nature of Friends and those who watch it, they need go no further than Vang Vieng in Laos (and then, of course, get the hell out of Vang Vieng as I did).
TwoTongues wrote:Accent my tuckus, with the largest native English speaking population in the world (as India clearly doesn't fit the category), it's you inbred islander backwood swampland hicks who've got the accent, you don't see American singers singing with a silly english or scottish accent do you? and what accent do ALL movie bad guys have, even when they're Romans and Greeks!
GuyInTaiwan wrote:TT: If only it were so! It's the foreigners, high as kites, lounging around on cushions who watch friends. I can only imagine what the locals think of the whole spectacle. If I had to think of a show to watch whilst on mushrooms, Friends would not be high on my list.
Matchstick_man wrote:I never thought of Friends as the same as Happy Days before other than being re-run way too much.
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