Monday, April 25, 2011

Perfect Movies and Sitcoms on Satellite TV

Guest post written by my buddy Franklin Davenport

My favourite television sitcom of all time has to be Friends. This sitcom is a perfect family adventure with well acted scenarios from a cast of excellent actors and actresses. Courtney Cox who plays Monica is fantastic as a neat freak who has to have everything perfect within the home. She will freak out if a cup has been placed on the table without a coaster to protect the table. My brother who is only fourteen years old loves her like crazy and is similar to her in the way that he likes his bedroom perfectly clean with everything neatly in place.

In one episode she books a future wedding between herself and Chandler Bing who is another main character in the sitcom inside a museums' main hall. Ch! andler had not even proposed to her yet and when the curator rang to say that the Monica and Chandler wedding could go ahead he lost the plot and ran from the room. To watch the show is hilarious and the whole of my family except grandad watch the show. We watch it as often as possible on satellite tv from as it has always been the best way to watch movies as well as sitcoms. I am sure that if we watch it anymore that we should be entitled to free trip to the studios to watch it being made.

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