Lunchtime Club

Lunchtime Club

  • At least as good as the "Breakfast Club"!
  • Join us to watch an episode of "Friends" or "King of Queens"
  • Every Tuesday and Thursday in Room B 014 at 13:20 - 13:50

What is "King of Queens"?

It's a series featuring Doug and Carrie Heffernan who live in Queens, New York City, along with Carrie's father Arthur. Doug is a deliveryman and Carrie works as a legal secretary, while Arthur lives in their basement and stirs trouble. The show is about the everyday struggles that come with marriage, family and what happens when a guy just wants to hang out with the boys.

What is Friends?

Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox Arquette, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry and David Schwimmer star in this hit comedy about six close-knit young friends living in New York City.

Beginning its ninth season as the leadoff series on NBC’s enormously popular “Must See TV” Thursday-night lineup, “Friends” continues to garner critical acclaim and ratings success. The show reigns as the number-one show on television.

Since its debut season (1994-95), “Friends” has received 44 Emmy Award nominations, including five for Outstanding Comedy Series. The cast won a Screen Actors Guild Award in 1996 for Outstanding Ensemble Performance in a Comedy Series and has been nominated four times (1996, 1997, 1998, 2002) for a Golden Globe Award for Best Television Series, Musical or Comedy. “Friends” won the People’s Choice Award for Favorite New Comedy Series in its first season, and has since won three more times as Favorite Comedy Series.

The series focuses on the friendship of three men and three women who frequently gather at each other’s apartments and share sofa space at Greenwich Village’s “Central Perk” coffeehouse. Monica (Cox Arquette) is a chef with an obsession for neatness and order in her life. She is also married to Chandler (Perry), a dry wit who is never at a loss for words. Across the hall is Chandler’s longtime roommate Joey (LeBlanc), a womanizing actor currently on the soap opera “Days of Our Lives.”

Across the alley from Monica and Chandler is Monica’s hapless brother Ross (Schwimmer), a paleontology professor who has been divorced three times, including once from Rachel (Aniston), Monica’s best friend from high school. Although Rachel is no longer romantically involved with Ross, she currently shares his apartment where they are raising their newborn daughter, Emma. Rounding out the circle of friends is Monica’s ex-roommate, Phoebe Buffay (Kudrow), an offbeat, eternally optimistic folk singer and massage therapist.

The series was created by the writing team of Marta Kauffman & David Crane. Emmy and CableACE Award-winning producer Kevin S. Bright is executive producer with Kauffman and Crane. Scott Silveri, Shana Goldberg-Meehan, Andrew Reich and Ted Cohen also serve as executive producers.

“Friends” is a Bright/Kauffman/Crane Production in association with Warner Bros. Television.

What is the Lunchtime Club?

It's ...

  • ... the opportunity to watch the American sitcoms "Friends" and "King of Queens" in English!
  • ... an opportunity to improve your English skills while having fun!
  • ... highly enjoyable, because "Friends" and "King of Queens" probably are the funniest sitcoms ever!
  • ... completely voluntary! Nobody will check if you miss an installment.
  • ... the "Place-To-Be" on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 13:20 - 13:50.