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Well, Friends can be purchased all over the world, so I'll leave the searching up to you! The Restaurant Manager [2.14] Cleo King..................... At the end of the first season, Jeff left Friends to work on his new sitcom "Partners" for FOX (which aired for the 1995-96 season) and Senior Script Editor Alexa Junge took over as our contact at the show under the same arrangement. (Note: I briefly corresponded with Jeff more recently... Normally, tickets for all television shows are free. The only catch is that tickets for popular show are usually "sold out" many months in advance. 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. he was one of the writers of Desperate Housewives at the time.) Later, Alexa turned over the role of contact to Mark Kunerth, one of the writers, but also instructed us that we would no longer enjoy the privilege of submitting questions. We occasionally received information in advance about upcoming show titles, air-date, and credits, but this was a one-way flow of data. 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.