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13.12.2019 02:07

Here Are All the Friends Christmas Episodes to Binge on Netflix

media thumbnailThe one where we binge all the Friends Christmas episodes. In honor of the holidays, Netflix shared a handy cheat sheet of every Christmas episode of the beloved NBC sitcom so you can start binging right away. And do it quick, because the series is no longer available to stream on Netflix at the beginning of 2020. (It will move to HBO Max in May 2020.) As fans know, Friends Christmas episodes deliver many hilarious and cheerful moments from the show’s 10-season run. There is one per season, with the exception of the first and last seasons. Keep reading for the complete list. Season 2, Episode 9: “The One with Phoebe’s Dad” The series’ first Christmas episode follows Monica’s attempt to try tipping with cookies as opposed to cash, which doesn’t go over so well. As Phoebe tries to track down her father, and Ross and Rachel have a lovers quarrel, Joey and Chandler forget to buy presents — and are forced to buy them from a gas station. Season 3, Episode 10: “The One Where Rachel Quits” Yearning for a career in fashion, Rachel quits her job at Central Perk after receiving some bad advice from Joey and Chandler. Phoebe sadly learns that her dead Christmas trees go into the chopper, and Ross accidentally breaks a girl scout’s leg and is forced to sell the cookies himself to make it up to her. Season 4, Episode 10: “The One with the Girl from Poughkeepsie” Ross is torn between a girl from Poughkeepsie and one that lives nearby. Joey tries to gain Monica good favor at her new job, and things don’t go well for Rachel when Chandler sets her up on a bad date. And Phoebe sets out to write a Christmas song for her friends but struggles to get it to rhyme. RELATED: The Office Christmas Episodes to Binge on Netflix, According to Mindy Kaling Season 5, Episode 10: “The One with the Inappropriate Sister” Phoebe decides to give back and collect money for the poor. The three boys face conflict all living in one apartment, and Monica and Chandler continue to hide their relationship. Rachel, meanwhile, discovers her boyfriend Danny is weirdly obsessed with his sister. Season 6, Episode 10: “The One with the Routine” Ross and Monica attempt to steal the show at the taping of Dick Clark’s New Years Rockin’ Eve,  while Joey tries to get a kiss from Janine at midnight. Back at home, Phoebe, Chandler, and Rachel frantically search for Monica’s Christmas presents. Season 7, Episode 10: “The One with the Holiday Armadillo” Ross dresses up as an armadillo to teach his son Ben about Hanukkah. However, Chandler impresses him more when he dresses up as Santa Claus. Phoebe tries to drive Rachel out of Joey’s apartment and move back in with her. RELATED: Jennifer Aniston and Both of Her Sisters from Friends Nab Golden Globes Nominations Season 8, Episode 11: “The One with the Creepy Holiday Card” Ross voices his concerns to Mona when she decides to send a Christmas card of both of them. Chandler tries to avoid his horrible boss, and Rachel, pregnant with Ross’ baby, deals with her hormonal problems. Season 9, Episode 10: “The One with Christmas in Tulsa” Chandler makes a huge decision to quit his job after a female coworker tries to make a pass at him. He finally returns home for the holidays, much to the delight of Monica and the rest of his friends. The episode also features various flashbacks.

12.12.2019 22:30

Fill those Christmas hampers for less with these top tips on how to make your own

A HAMPER can tick all the right boxes as a prezzie, but it’s often an expensive option. Luckily, you can save plenty of dosh by making your own. Hobbycraft has cut the price of its 42cm wicker basket from £16 to £8, and I have plenty of ideas for how to fill it. Whether you’re […]

12.12.2019 22:10

The 10 Best TV Shows of the Year, According to PEOPLE’s Critic: Fleabag, The Crown and More!

media thumbnailAs 2019 draws to a close, PEOPLE’s critic Tom Gliatto reveals his picks for the 10 best TV shows of the year. Read on for the full list, which notably is dominated by prestige projects from streaming platforms like Amazon and Netflix, plus a buzzy prospect from the brand-new Disney+.  1. Fleabag (Amazon) Miracles do happen, at least when actress-writer Phoebe Waller-Bridge is involved. Season 1 of her series about a self-involved Londoner with a wicked sense of humor and a passive-aggressive streak was flawless —and the concluding season 2, in which her heroine falls in love with a priest (Andrew Scott), was perfect. The show, as devastating as it is funny, ended with the most touching farewell wave in TV history. 2. Chernobyl (HBO) A terrifying, tough-to-watch dramatization of the 1986 Ukrainian nuclear disaster — one irradiated plant worker disintegrates into a viscous mass of tissue and blood. Jared Harris and Emily Watson play two scientists trying to contain the chaos. 3. The Crown (Netflix) Season 3 began with a casting coup at the palace: Olivia Colman (The Favourite) replaced Claire Foy as Elizabeth II, now middle-aged and wishing she were breeding horses instead of raising sulky young Charles (Josh O’Connor). TV’s most scintillating mix of history and gossip. 4. Unbelievable (Netflix) Three fantastic performances — by Toni Collette, Merritt Wever and Booksmart’s Kaitlyn Dever — anchor a fact-based crime drama about the rape of a Seattle teenager. It’s a riveting investigative narrative and, perhaps more significantly, a powerful study of how victims are mistreated, misunderstood and worse. RELATED: The Crown: Inside the Harrowing Aberfan Mining Disaster — and Its Effect on Queen Elizabeth 5. When They See Us (Netflix) Ava DuVernay (Selma, A Wrinkle in Time) directs an unflinching miniseries about the brutally mistreated, wrongly convicted black teens who came to be known as the Central Park Five. Emmy winner Jharrel Jerome, who plays both the young and the adult Korey Wise, was unforgettable. 6. Leaving Neverland (HBO) Michael Jackson, winsome Prince of Pop, had money, power and fame — and, according to Dan Reed’s four-hour film, a cold willingness to use them as tools to molest young boys. It’s all believable, devastatingly so. (In late February, Jackson’s estate filed a lawsuit against HBO claiming the documentary violates a non-disparagement clause in which the network agreed to not speak ill of the singer and also cited Jackson’s 2005 acquittal of child molestation charges against him, according to court documents obtained by PEOPLE.) 7. The Mandalorian (Disney+) May the Force be with you — and goo-goo-goo! This Star Wars offshoot has a streamlined, sure-fire concept: A TV Western set in a galaxy far, far away, it’s about a lone bounty hunter (Pedro Pascal) who finds himself paired with the cutest creature in the cosmos: a long-eared 50-year-old infant, nicknamed “Baby Yoda” by fans, floating across hostile terrain in an astro-bassinet. 8. Russian Doll (Netflix) Nadia (Natasha Lyonne) is cynical beyond her years — and no wonder: She’s trapped in a time loop that keeps killing and resurrecting her on her 36th birthday. It’s a bleak meta-physical joke, but there’s a sense of wonder too. Emotionally, Doll is a fruitful loop. RELATED:

12.12.2019 22:05
12.12.2019 21:55

33 useful tech gifts to buy on Amazon at any budget

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  • Amazon is a convenient place to shop for tech gifts, especially if you're a Prime subscriber. 
  • There's a lot for sale on Amazon, probably too much, but we've rounded up the 33 best Amazon tech gifts for all budgets. 
  • Whether you're looking for a laptop, speaker, headphones, or anything else, you're bound to love one of these Amazon tech gifts. Shopping elsewhere? Read all of our 2019 holiday gift ideas here.
If you don't live near a mall, can't find time to drive to the store, or would just prefer not to leave your couch, Amazon is here for all your tech-gifting needs. But, there's so much tech for sale that it can be hard to know where to start.  Never fear: we've searched high and low for the best tech gifts available on Amazon to help you out. Some of these are budget-friendly shopping stuffers, while others are premium technology that should last several years. No matter what kind of tech you're looking for, you'll be able to find something here.  The 5 best tech gifts on Amazon: Check out all 33 Amazon tech gifts:An affordable wireless charging pad Anker PowerWave Wireless Charging Pad, $9.99 A wireless charger is a great gift for anyone with a glass-backed smartphone that supports the feature. Our reviewer called this one "the perfect wireless charging pad." It charges quickly, looks nice, and can even accommodate thick phone cases. A cheap, effective headphone hanger Brainwavz Hengja Headphone Hanger, $12.99 This handy headphone hanger is super easy to screw onto a table, shelf, or even a thin wall. It's quite sturdy, and can hold pret

12.12.2019 21:42

Ariel Winter cozies up to hunky actor Luke Benward two months after split from Levi Meaden

MODERN Family’s Ariel Winter was recently spotted with her possible new beau, Luke Benward. The rumored new couple was seen leaving popular Los Angeles restaurant Delilah together before sharing a hug in the wee hours of December 12. Ariel and Luke were first spotted together on Sunday, December 8, and although they were with friends, […]

12.12.2019 21:30

The best media streaming sticks and devices

  • A media streaming device can transform your so-called dumb TV into a smart one that plays shows and movies from Disney+, Netflix, Hulu, HBO Now, Prime Video, and other streaming services.
  • The best of the bunch is the Roku Ultra with its easy-to-use interface, 4K video streaming, voice control, and simple remote.
The world is changing. Gone are the days when a cable subscription was necessary to watch all the latest and greatest TV shows. These days, the best TV shows are coming out on streaming platforms like Disney+, ESPN+, Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime Video. Of course, the best way to take advantage of services like Netflix is by streaming shows straight to your TV. There are plenty of streaming devices out there to help you connect the latest and greatest video streaming services to your TV, and they're not all created equal. Before buying, you'll want to consider a few different things. For starters, you'll want to think about whether you want a fully-fledged streaming box, which comes complete with its own operating system and allows you to download and install apps. The alternative is a device like the Google Chromecast, which basically streams content from your phone or computer (called casting); instead of installing Netflix on the TV-connected device, you'll install it on your phone or computer and then stream from your phone to the Chromecast, which is plugged into your TV's HDMI port. Next up you'll want to keep in mind the specs of your TV. Not all streaming sticks and boxes are able to handle 4K content, so if you have a 4K TV, you'll want to get one that can stream 4K videos; the reverse is also true, as a non-4K TV won't be able to take advantage of 4K playback. Last but not least, it might be worth considering the ecosystem you're most plugged into. For example, Android users might be able to get more use from an Android TV device, while those using an iPhone and Mac might prefer the Apple TV. We've done the research and testing to find the best streaming sticks and boxes to turn your dumb TV into a smart one that can access videos from Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, YouTube, and more.  Note: Nearly all of these products require access to the internet over Wi-Fi or Ethernet. Products that support casting require a smartphone or tablet. Here are our top picks for the best streaming boxes and sticks: