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'Mother' thrives on chemistry among friends

By Matthew Gilbert
Globe Staff / September 19, 2005

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There was nothing extraordinary about the premise of ''Friends." The show's success was all about the characters, the cast, their chemistry, and, of course, their hair. Mousse, thy name is Rachel. And Ross. And Chandler. (Full article: 544 words)

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