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Phoebe's ex-singing partner wants to reunite; Chandler likes a woman (Sherilyn Fenn) associated with a shameful incident from Joey's past; Ross wants to spend more time with Rachel. Phoebe: Lisa Kudrow. Leslie: E.G. Daily. Chandler: Matthew Perry.
Ross and Rachel decide to take a break in their relationship; Phoebe dates a diplomat who requires a translator. Ross: David Schwimmer. Rachel: Jennifer Aniston. Chloe: Angela Featherstone. Mark: Steven Eckholdt. Mischa: Stephen Kearney.
Ross's fling with Chloe jeopardizes his future with Rachel, who learns of the misdeed after she says she wants to work things out. Rachel: Jennifer Aniston. Ross: David Schwimmer. Chloe: Angela Featherstone. Monica: Courteney Cox.
Rachel organizes a ski trip for all the friends except Ross, who must then come to their rescue when they run out of gas. Carol: Jane Sibbett. Ross: David Schwimmer. Chandler: Matthew Perry. Phoebe: Lisa Kudrow. Monica: Courteney Cox. Joey: Matt LeBlanc.
Phoebe's upset by her brother's engagement to an older woman; Monica dates a computer-software mogul (Jon Favreau); Chandler tries to quit smoking. Frank Jr.: Giovanni Ribisi. Alice: Debra Jo Rupp. Phoebe: Lisa Kudrow. Monica: Courteney Cox. Chandler: Matt (more…)
Mark asks out Rachel, who returns Ross's things; Monica still isn't attracted to millionaire Pete; Joey's irked by his costar in a play. Kate: Dina Meyer. Pete: Jon Favreau. Mark: Steven Eckholdt. Ross: David Schwimmer. Rachel: Jennifer Aniston.
Chandler's insincere "I'll call you" to Rachel's boss causes complications; Monica inherits a dollhouse; Joey and Kate get romantic. Joanna: Alison LaPlaca. Kate: Dina Meyer. Marshall: Reg Rogers. Lauren: Jennifer Milmore. Joey: Matt LeBlanc.
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.
Phoebe confronts her grandmother (Audra Lindley) about the father she never knew; things heat up at Monica's holiday party. Mr. Treeger: Michael G. Hagerty. Ross: David Schwimmer. Rachel: Jennifer Aniston. Monica: Courteney Cox. Joey: Matt LeBlanc.
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…)
Part 1 of two. On the eve of Chandler and Monica's big day, the groom vanishes and the girls discover a shocking secret about the bride-to-be. Meanwhile, Joey fears he may not make the ceremony after getting stuck while filming a movie with a famous, sligh (more…)
Conclusion. Chandler learns of Monica's big news before she walks down the aisle, while Joey's intoxicated costar keeps him from getting to the church on time. Richard Crosby: Gary Oldman. Helena: Kathleen Turner. Nora: Morgan Fairchild. Judy: Christina Pi (more…)
Rachel reveals a bit of baby news at Monica's reception, while Chandler tries---and fails---to dance in rented shoes. Also, Ross gets stuck at the kids table after trying to impress his sister's sexy co-worker (Bonnie Somerville); and Joey uses his best-ma (more…)
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.
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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)