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Cast members and the director of “Hudson Falls,” a hoped-for streaming TV series in which a 22-minute pilot has been produced, appeared on sta…

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"The Shape of Pasta": Foodies should bite on this well-made travelogue, as chef Evan Funke goes to Italy to find some of the more unique and f…

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“Game of Thrones: The Costumes,” costumes by Michele Clapton, written by Gina McIntyre. Insight Editions.

"I was watching the latest episode of 'Chernobyl' on HBO this week when I realized it was just the news from Russia."

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Although this episode doesn't track chronologically within the show's universe, it is an interesting look at how the various friends accept aging. Joey worries about mortality while Phoebe learns her complicated family circumstances led her to believe she's younger than she thought. Rachel uses the opportunity to break up with a younger guy (Eddie Cahill's Tag) when she decides she wants someone more mature.

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This episode was an early example of TV comedies teaching about the expense of IVF and its iffy success rate. Phoebe has five embryos implanted in the hopes that she can become a surrogate for her brother and his wife (spoilers for first-time watchers: things work out!).

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This episode aired in 1996 and, although we'd like to think that our culture has become more inclusive since then, many LGBTQ people find themselves lacking in family support — just as Ross's ex-wife Carol (now played by Jane Sibbett) did when she married her partner Susan (Jessica Hecht). Ross puts aside his own feelings of seeing his ex move on and encourages Carol to go through with the ceremony.

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This episode may resonate with any woman who has ever considered being a surrogate, as Phoebe is asked to do for her brother and his wife (played by Giovanni Ribisi and Debra Jo Rupp, respectively). But it's also another "Friends" episode that deals with class, as Joey takes a job at Ross's museum and learns that there's a divide between doctors and staff. To others, it's best remembered as the one where Monica teaches Chandler (and maybe some watching from home) about female erogenous zones.

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