Review on a book "I'll be there for you. The one about Friends" by K. Miller. Hi there! Here I want to put out my modest opinion on this book. First, I must say that very recently I have become a huge fan of Friends. I had watched for the first time somewhere a half of the year ago, and then on after a small respite, I decided to watch it once again. And while being on the first season, I accidentally ran into the book. And then I immediately knew what I would read in coming weeks. The book kicks off with brief explanations why Friends is so popular and why we all appreciate it. These are no more than author's thoughts but pretty plausible. Then we go through biographies of each actor. If you love the series, this part will be incredibly interesting for you, I guarantee. From this point we begin to get acquainted with the process of shooting, all nuances, the insides of scenario and particular lines. The each single chapter is dedicated to the each single season. And what's more refreshing( in a good sense) is in each chapter was incorporated some significant real-life event. For instance, one of the first chapter has been pegged to the theme of Blackout, and how this occasion strengthened Friends' popularity. Also you can observe Superbowl, 11/09 topics and others, about which I definitely happened to forget. As for me, the most fascinating part is getting to know the cast as personalities in real life, the way they think, their tempers, patterns. In other words - what people they are. On the part of Friends itself, the book is cool and by all means worthy to read if you love the show. But, from my perspective, there is only one but very essential minus in this story - a political component. Maybe it's a little wrong to call it this way, but anyway. Along the story the author all the time speaks to us on topics of racism and women discrimination.