Friends (TV show)

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Friends was situation comedy television series created by David Crane and Marta Kauffman and heavily promoted by liberals and the media. It ran from 1994-2004 and featured six "friends" in their 20s living in New York City. Unlike most situation comedies, it relied on a live audience[1] instead of canned laughter to "strengthen" the jokes.

The show deceptively promoted activities such as sex outside of marriage, and homosexuality, without disclosing the adverse effects such behavior, including increased disease, infertility, depression and domestic violence.

One of its co-stars, Matthew Perry, was found dead in his hot tub at age only 54 in the afternoon of October 28, 2023. Perry had been a prominent celebrity advocate for the covid vaccine.[2] His autopsy was unable to determine a cause of death without obtaining and reviewing additional test results, including toxicology, which could take months.[3]

The show was made by Warner Brothers Studios.[4]

A spin-off show about one of the characters (Joey), but ultimately failed.[5]


  2. ‘Friends’ star Matthew Perry’s death prompts online links to Covid jab: ‘Could I BE Any More Vaccinated?’, Kevin Haggerty, October 29, 2023.

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