Win a trip to New York
Saturday 30 May 1998
To celebrate this exceptional night of entertainment, we have teamed up with Sky One to offer you the chance to win some great prizes:
One first prize-winner will receive a four-night holiday for two in New York, home of Friends. You will have coffee in Greenwich Village, go on a shopping spree in New York City, have a guided sightseeing tour and dinner in a New York diner.
The second prize-winner will get a limited-edition Simpsons cel. Produced using a process known as "giclee", which is recognised as a fine-art alternative to hand-painting, the cel is accompanied by a 20th Century Fox Seal and Certificate of Authenticity. Only 500 will ever be produced worldwide.
Three third prize-winners will receive a Pace satellite system, fully installed, which each come complete with three months' free subscription to all the Sky channels.
Fifteen runners-up will win Simpsons 200th episode limited-edition posters.
In the hour-long special Friends' episode, "The One With Ross's Wedding" - screened first on Sky One, Ross, Chandler, Joey and Monica head off to London for Ross's wedding to Emily. Rachel, realising she is still in love with Ross, decides to fly to London to tell him. But does she have the courage to say how she really feels? Will he go through with the ceremony?
Don't miss "The One with Ross's Wedding" screened first on Sky One (7pm, 31 May) where all will be revealed (or will it?) as part of an exciting line-up of entertainment beginning at 6pm tomorrow.
For a chance to win, answer the following question:
Who plays Ross Geller in Friends?
Send your answer, including your name, address and daytime phone no, on a postcard to: Jenny Dannenberg, Sky TV, Grant Way, Isleworth, Middlesex TW7 5QD by 8 June 1998. The first correct entries drawn from the hat after that date will win. Usual Independent Newspapers rules apply.
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