Over time, an arrangement evolved in which the author would collect questions from the readers of the mailing list and newsgroup, send them on to Jeff who would in turn answer them and mail back his responses. The Little Girl [5.17] Suzanne Lanze................. The Gentleman on the Plane [4.24] Lela Lee...................... Those "online interviews" have all been rolled into this FAQ. The Wedding Guest [7.11] Phil Leeds....................

Return to Questions Friends originally aired Thursdays at PM Eastern/Pacific, PM Mountain/Central on NBC.

Now, it can be seen in various times and places through syndicated reruns, and various streaming services like Amazon on demand.

Mark has been involved in Friends and other shows (I believe he wrote for Veronica's Closet), and due to his busy schedule, he passed the torch on to another.

However, communication with our new contact was sporadic. Flight Representative [1.24] Robert Koch...................

In fact, Warner Bros did not make tickets for the 9th or 10th season available to the general public.

The company that handled tickets for Friends is "Audiences Unlimited." They have a helpful Web Site at

You might also try contacting the Writers' Guild (though I don't know if they'll be much help if you're not a member) or the Museum of Broadcasting in New York." You can sometimes find unofficial transcriptions of scripts on the Internet, but WB Studios is tracking down most of those sites and closing them down.

Return to Questions First, here's the answer from producer / writer Jeff Greenstein regarding season 1: Jeff Greenstein: "There are two standing sets -- Monica and Rachel's apartment, which occupies the center of our stage, and the coffee house, which is stage right.

Monica's apartment and Central Perk are still as described above by Jeff Greenstein, with the apartment being central in front of the audience, and Central Perk being stage right.

Joey and Chandler's apartment is still stage left, with the hallway separating the apartments.

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