One of the major questions hanging over the wrap-up is how the relationship between Ross and Rachel (David Schwimmer and Jennifer Aniston) will be resolved. She's threatened to move to Paris, and he'll either convince her to stay put or else whip out his passport and go with her.
As for the others: Monica and Chandler (Courteney Cox and Matthew Perry) are to become adoptive parents, which can trigger all sorts of plot turns; Phoebe (Lisa Kudrow), who already married Mike (Paul Rudd), could likely advise all of her other friends; and Joey (Matt LeBlanc) needs to deal with all the upheavals his pals are presenting him – and fast, since his character is being spun off into his own series this fall.
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And if that's still not enough, Warner Bros. (which, like PEOPLE, is part of Time Warner), plans to release a DVD of the finale next Tuesday, though it's already available by pre-order for $9.95 from the Warner Home Video Web site.
The disc also includes the original pilot episode, along with exclusive behind-the-scenes material.