Mike (Paul Rudd) and Phoebe decide to live together, and she's thinking that it could be only the beginning. “Load up the Volvo,” she says to Ross. “I want to be a soccer mom!” Meanwhile, Chandler and Monica are having money woes, so each goes to M (more…)
Chandler's jokey entry on his and Ross's college Web site leads to a faux burial service for the allegedly dead---and obviously unpopular---Geller; Joey refuses to give Emma his favorite stuffed animal; Phoebe begs Monica to help her avoid a post-breakup t (more…)
Overcome with lottery fever, the gang buys up a block of tickets, causing a division over the division of the potential Powerball winnings. Meanwhile, Chandler learns the fate of his internship at the ad agency. Steve: Phill Lewis. Phoebe: Lisa Kudrow.
Rachel has an unsettling dream involving Joey. (Or is it his soap character, Drake?) Ross fills in for Monica on Chandler's weekend getaway. (He's not a cheap date.) And Phoebe, guitar in hand, camps out in front of Monica's restaurant. (Monica isn't amus (more…)
Monica and Chandler's frantic race to figure out the perfect wedding vows leads to a series of nostalgic clips from episodes past, encapsulating their relationship. Chandler: Matthew Perry. Ross: David Schwimmer. Monica: Courteney Cox Arquette.
Monica drags Chandler to see his much mentioned, but never-before-seen, cross-dressing dad (Kathleen Turner) in his Vegas cabaret act; Ross rides shotgun for Rachel's less-than-joyful joyride in Monica's Porsche; Joey discovers the pleasure of wearing wome (more…)
Joey's soap-star-studded party helps Rachel forget about getting romantic with her roomie, who catches the eye---and maybe more---of Ross's newest love interest (Aisha Tyler). Meanwhile, Chandler endures the attacks of a man-hater (Alex Borstein) during a (more…)
Rachel runs into a familiar face during her free massage from one of Phoebe's corporate-chain foes, while the Bings try to run away from a frightening face at their doctor's office. Meanwhile, Ross tutors Joey on the ways to win over a brainiac like Charli (more…)
Monica's miffed when Ross and Rachel's “reunion” upstages her engagement to Chandler, who dreads disappointing his future bride in the bedroom. Also, Phoebe campaigns to play at the wedding; and Joey auditions for the part of a teen.
Ross goes postal over Mona's plan to send out a too-cute Christmas card; Rachel's rioting hormones have her eyeing up a familiar face; and Chandler feeds his newly divorced boss a line about his own marriage in hopes of escaping a night out with him. Mona: (more…)
Joey tries to lift a lonely Rachel's blue mood by taking her on a pretend date, but ends up with some very real feelings of his own; Phoebe's wedding gift triggers a war between video-game junkies Monica and Chandler; and Ross lands a new teaching job that (more…)
Chandler eyes up---and picks out---a coworker (John Stamos) who could be the prime sperm donor for him and Monica; Phoebe runs into an ex (Hank Azaria) en route to a party where she plans to spite Mike; Rachel buddies up to Charlie after opening her big mo (more…)
Chandler's embarrassed after sharing an accidental lap dance with his future father-in-law (Elliott Gould); Joey finds Rachel a harsh taskmistress during their sailing lessons; Phoebe holds the key to Monica's culinary dream: the perfect chocolate-chip-coo (more…)
Ross and Rachel are at odds over knowing their baby's sex---and their own odd choices in names for the kid; Monica inducts Chandler into the world of bathroom relaxation; and Phoebe confronts Joey about his feelings for the wrong friend. Dr. Long: Amanda C (more…)
Monica's mysterious locked closet has a too-curious Chandler all keyed up; Joey finds a way for Ross to spend more time with Rachel, which also gets him out of living with a woman he secretly loves; Phoebe learns the truth about Monica's sexy massage manne (more…)
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