Friends: Season 9 (2002)
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Friends: Season 9 (2002)

TV-PG 23 Episodes
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TV-PG
  23 minutes
Because of a misunderstanding, Rachel Green finds herself engaged to marry Joey Tribbiani--instead of Ross Geller, who was planning to propose--soon after she gives birth to her and Ross' baby girl. The situation gets even more confusing when Phoebe Buffay talks to Rachel and mistakenly assumes that Ross is the one who proposed.
 
TV-PG
  23 minutes
Joey's futile attempts to gain Ross' forgiveness for mistakenly asking Rachel to marry him only result in emergency hospitalization. Meanwhile, an exhausted Rachel desperately searches for any remedy to quell baby Emma's nonstop crying.
 
TV-PG
  23 minutes
Rachel's constant calls to her baby Emma's pediatrician force him to reject her as a patient. Ross becomes uncomfortable when Rachel seeks his childhood doctor as a replacement--mainly because he is still Ross' doctor. Meanwhile, Chandler plans to move to Tulsa, Oklahoma, for work but worries about whether or not career-minded Monica is still willing to join him.
 
TV-PG
  23 minutes
Phoebe fears losing her latest prospective boyfriend, Mike (recurring guest star Paul Rudd), and her self-doubt is only worsened by Ross' foolish comments. Meanwhile, Chandler is in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on a work assignment. When Monica surprises him in his hotel room, she mistakenly frets that he has a sexual fetish for sharks. And Joey becomes upset because his date doesn't remember previously having sex with him.
 
TV-PG
  23 minutes
While Phoebe and Joey giddily wait at a fancy restaurant for their friends' arrival to celebrate Phoebe's birthday, Rachel is delayed because she is afraid to leave her infant with a baby-sitter. Monica and Chandler also fail to arrive on time after they fight over Chandler's urge to resume smoking--and then yield to other urges.
 
TV-PG
  31 minutes
In the 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).
 
TV-PG
  23 minutes
When Chandler's former romantic rival intends to sell his apartment, insecure Chandler persuades Joey to help him secretly inspect it. The guys are aghast to discover an old videotape that might feature Monica having sex with her ex-boyfriend. Meanwhile, Ross accidentally discovers that singing the suggestive lyrics to "Baby Got Back" is the only way to get baby Emma to sleep, but he fears telling Rachel about the trick.
 
TV-PG
  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.
 
TV-PG
  23 minutes
Rachel and Phoebe go out for a night together. After Rachel impulsively gives a handsome restaurant patron her telephone number, she worries that he'll call when Ross is in their apartment. While the women are away, Phoebe's boyfriend, Mike (recurring guest star Paul Rudd), helps Ross baby-sit for Rachel's baby--and the guys desperately try to find something in common to talk about.
 
TV-PG
  23 minutes
Chandler must remain in Tulsa during Christmastime because of a big deadline at work. Monica suspects the worst when she discovers that he will be joined by a beautiful co-worker, Wendy (Selma Blair - "Legally Blonde"). While he toils, Chandler recalls some of the more embarrassing moments from previous holidays shared with his friends.
 
TV-PG
  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.
 
TV-PG
  23 minutes
Rachel is irritated to learn that her handsome new workplace rival, Gavin (recurring guest star Dermot Mulroney), has been invited to her birthday party. Meanwhile, Ross struggles to keep lascivious Joey away from Emma's beautiful new nanny, Molly (Melissa George - "Thieves"). Also, Phoebe coaxes her boyfriend, Mike (recurring guest star Paul Rudd), into helping her care for a litter of baby rats that were born in her cabinet.
 
TV-PG
  30 minutes
While Rachel sorts out her conflicted feelings for her handsome co-worker Gavin (recurring guest star Dermot Mulroney), Ross recruits Chandler to help him meet attractive women in order to make Rachel jealous. Meanwhile, Phoebe regrets bringing Monica to karaoke night when Monica takes the microphone and delights in the applause--unaware that the guys in the audience are cheering because they can see through her dress.
 
TV-PG
  23 minutes
Joey and Phoebe conspire to arrange awful dates for both Rachel and Ross, hoping that appreciation of their former relationship will cause them to reunite. Rachel's date is a pitiful former restaurant owner, Steve (recurring guest star Jon Lovitz- "Saturday Night Live"). Meanwhile, the ovulating Monica wants to get intimate with Chandler while they baby-sit Emma--but they can't leave the infant alone, or she will scream.
 
TV-PG
  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.
 
TV-PG
  23 minutes
Phoebe asks her boyfriend, Mike (recurring guest star Paul Rudd), to move in with her, but coming so close to married life might cause trouble in their relationship. Meanwhile, since Monica and Chandler are financially unstable, she secretly asks Joey for a large loan. But when the unsuspecting Chandler also approaches his pal for some cash, Joey accidentally betrays Monica's confidence and tries to recover with an outrageous story.
 
TV-PG
  23 minutes
When Chandler jokingly posts an outrageous biography about Ross on Ross' college alumni Web site, Ross retaliates by finding Chandler's alumni site and doing the same about Chandler. An Internet war between the two friends ensues. Meanwhile, Monica gets extremely vigilant after weak-willed Phoebe asks for help in preventing her from contacting Mike (recurring guest star Paul Rudd) after their relationship ends.
 
TV-PG
  22 minutes
Hoping to win a huge jackpot, the friends pool their money and buy dozens of lottery tickets. However, they bicker over how to spend the fortune if they win, and Monica irritates everyone else by buying tickets just for her and Chandler. Exasperated, Phoebe takes the bowl of everyone's tickets and threatens to throw it off the balcony. The others reconcile, but a pigeon startles Phoebe, causing her to drop the bowl anyway.
 
TV-PG
  24 minutes
Nervous because his daytime drama role requires him to act as if he is deeply in love with a woman, Joey rehearses with Rachel. Later, she observes the taping of the emotional scene and has a surprising dream that night about Joey. Meanwhile, Chandler makes a nonrefundable reservation at a Vermont country inn to surprise Monica. Unfortunately, she is too busy with her job, so Ross accompanies Chandler to the romantic hideaway.
 
TV-PG
  23 minutes
Ross is excited when he meets fellow paleontology professor Charlie Wheeler (recurring guest star Aisha Tyler - "Talk Soup"), a stunning beauty. But when he takes her to Joey's rooftop party to meet the stars of Joey's daytimedrama, "Days of Our Lives" (real-life "Days of Our Lives" stars Kyle Lowder, Matthew Ashford, Farah Fath and Alexis Thorpe as themselves), she intimidates him with her impressive list of former boyfriends.
 
TV-PG
  27 minutes
Ross is in agony because brilliant, beautiful professor Charlie (recurring guest star Aisha Tyler)--who usually prefers paleontologists--is instead dating shallow Joey. Nevertheless, Ross helps the desperate Joey pretend to be intelligent to impress Charlie--with mixed results.
 
TV-PG
  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.
 
TV-PG
  50 minutes
In Part I, 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.
The hilarity continues with Season Nine of the smash-hit comedy series as Phoebe is confronted with some tough romantic choices between new boyfriend Mike (Paul Rudd) and old David (Hank Azaria), Rachel tackles motherhood and Monica and Chandler become "i… View More
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Starring Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox Arquette, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc View More
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Movie Summary

The hilarity continues with Season Nine of the smash-hit comedy series as Phoebe is confronted with some tough romantic choices between new boyfriend Mike (Paul Rudd) and old David (Hank Azaria), Rachel tackles motherhood and Monica and Chandler become "inspired" to start their own family.
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Genres Comedy
Starring Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox Arquette, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry, David Schwimmer
Studio Name Warner Bros.
Release Date 2002
VUDU Release Date 03/05/2012
Rating TV-PG About Ratings
Episodes 23 episodes
Language English

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