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Chandler takes up the flag of masculinity when Janine (Elle Macpherson) helps Joey get in touch with his feminine side; Ross brushes up on his dating skills; Rachel tries to impress her boss with office gossip. Kim: Joanna Gleason. Hillary: Missi Pyle. Cha (more…)
The gang compiles “freebie lists”; Phoebe tries to get to know her half brother (Giovanni Ribisi); Joey builds an entertainment center. Isabella Rossellini appears as herself. Phoebe: Lisa Kudrow. Ross: David Schwimmer. Joey: Matt LeBlanc. Chandler: Ma (more…)
Monica orders a bed from the store owned by Janice's estranged husband; Joey teaches soap-opera acting; Ross struggles through a dinner with Rachel's abrasive father. Dr. Green: Ron Leibman. Janice: Maggie Wheeler. Joey: Matt LeBlanc. Ross: David Schwimmer (more…)
Joey reveals to Chandler that he saw Janice kissing her estranged husband; Rachel and Monica baby-sit Ben; Phoebe explains her fear of the dentist. Janice: Maggie Wheeler. Phoebe: Lisa Kudrow. Monica: Courteney Cox. Joey: Matt LeBlanc.
Part 1 of two. The friends imagine their lives with different outcomes. For instance: Monica ends up an obese virgin, while an unhappily wed Rachel lusts after soap-star Joey. Carol: Jane Sibbett. Dr. Roger: Pat Finn. Hope: Kristian Alfonso.
Conclusion. As the gang pictures their lives with different outcomes, Chandler still falls for Monica, while Ross works on his marriage to Carol (Jane Sibbett), who is a closeted lesbian. Susan: Jessica Hecht. Barry: Mitchell Whitfield.
An old gift from Janice (Maggie Wheeler) ruins Chandler's date with Monica; Rachel and Phoebe take a self-defense class; Joey finds a guy to pose as his twin for a get-rich-quick scheme. Gunther: James Michael Tyler. Joey: Matt LeBlanc.
A drunken Chandler has a liaison with one of Joey's sisters; a nice guy recommends Rachel for a job. Mark: Steven Eckholdt. Cookie: Alex Meneses. Nonna: Penny Santon. Mary Angela: Holly Gagnier. Mary Therese: Mimi Lieber. Rachel: Jennifer Aniston.
Ross helps an injured Rachel prepare for a business dinner, but doesn't tell her he's missing a chance to appear on TV; Pete (Jon Favreau) buys Monica a restaurant; Chandler and Joey adopt a baby chick. Ross: David Schwimmer. Rachel: Jennifer Aniston.
Ross fears he's robbing the cradle when a student (Alexandra Holden) asks him out; a fire destroys Phoebe and Rachel's place; Joey has an audition for a new Al Pacino movie. Dana: Bess Meyer. Burt: Richard Roat. Fireman: Greg Wrangler.
Pete pursues the Ultimate Fighting championship; Chandler has a slap-happy new boss; Ross dates Phoebe's friend. Billy Crystal and Robin Williams have cameos. Pete: Jon Favreau. Doug: Sam McMurray. Bonnie: Christine Taylor.
Phoebe's quest to find her father leads the gang to a beach house---and leads Phoebe to a fateful meeting with an old family friend (Teri Garr); Rachel persuades Bonnie (Christine Taylor) to make a change. Phoebe: Lisa Kudrow. Rachel: Jennifer Aniston.
At the beach house, Ross and Rachel appear on the threshold of a new era; Phoebe gets to know her birth mother (Teri Garr); Monica is stung by a jellyfish. Phoebe: Lisa Kudrow. Ross: David Schwimmer. Rachel: Jennifer Aniston.
Phoebe thinks her mother's spirit resides in a cat; Monica dates a former high-school hunk; Joey tries to sell the entertainment center. Chip: Dan Gauthier. Phoebe: Lisa Kudrow. Monica: Courteney Cox. Tony: Matthew Kaminsky. Joey: Matt LeBlanc.
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- Premiered: September 22, 1994
- Rating: None
- Premise: A classic sitcom that reflected the lives of six twentysomething friends: three men and three women, living in New York. Sometimes touching and often hilarious, it addressed universal themes like falling in---or out of---love, finding a job and dealing wit… (more)