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Rachel's work evaluation of Tag (Eddie Cahill) highlights his “human resources”; Ross teaches Phoebe to ride a bike; and toothy neighbors crave Monica's homemade candy. Ben: Cole Mitchell Sprouse. Mr. Zelner: Steve Ireland. Gary: Jonathan Floyd.
Ross plans Hanukkah fun for son Ben, who has more interest in Christmas; Phoebe stirs up tension between Joey and Rachel; and Chandler lacks finesse in tipping restaurant waitstaff. Ben: Cole Mitchell Sprouse. Maitre d': Terry Rhoades. Gunther: James Micha (more…)
After several years away in Russia, scientist David (Hank Azaria) returns to romance Phoebe. Meanwhile, Rachel and Chandler chase cheesecake; and Monica crashes her cousin's wedding. Frannie: Robyn Donny. Aunt Millie: Darlene Kardon. Waiter: Mailon Rivera (more…)
The gang stays up all night as work worries interfere with Rachel's plan to consummate her romance with Tag (Eddie Cahill); Ross and Joey get stuck on the roof; Monica and Chandler suffer insomnia; and Phoebe battles a fire alarm.
Part 1 of two. Rachel goes into labor, while in the waiting room, Chandler tests Monica's patience with his change of heart about starting a family and Phoebe flirts with a patient (Eddie McClintock). Doreen: Debi Mazar. Marc: Tim DeKay. Dr. Long: Amanda C (more…)
At the hospital, Rachel thinks Joey proposed, Phoebe thinks Ross did and no one knows how to tell the other the truth. In the meantime, Monica and Chandler revisit the janitor's closet in an effort to conceive. Jack: Elliott Gould. Joey: Matt LeBlanc.
Emma's crying jag has Rachel nearly hysterical herself; Joey's effort to apologize for his semi-proposal proves all-too painful for Ross; and a sleep-deprived Chandler nods off in a staff meeting and wakes up with a nightmarish new job in Tulsa. Ms. McKenn (more…)
Joey sets Phoebe up with a stranger (Paul Rudd) to score a date with one of her friends; Rachel catches Ross visiting his pediatrician from childhood; and a job offer stands between Monica and Chandler's relocation to Tulsa. Sally: Elaine Hendrix. Dr. Gett (more…)
Phoebe's “big step forward” with Mike is tripped up by the return of the Scientist Guy (Hank Azaria); Emma's new nanny (Freddie Prinze Jr.) gets under Ross's skin; and Monica's cut-up of a co-worker has funnyman Chandler singing the blues. Mike: Paul R (more…)
Rachel and Joey struggle to tell Ross about their kiss in Barbados, while Monica comes up with a corny fix for her rapidly growing 'fro. Back in New York, Phoebe is forced to dump Mike's girlfriend for him after realizing that she's engaged to another woma (more…)
Ross's bogus reaction to Joey and Rachel's romance leads to a disastrous dinner date with them, a confused Charlie and too many margaritas. Meanwhile, Chandler slips up in front of a couple's adopted son; and Frank Jr. (Giovanni Ribisi) returns to ask Phoe (more…)
The return of their cloying old chum (Jennifer Coolidge) pits Monica against Phoebe; Joey and Rachel have a hard time getting romantic with one another; and a series of tanning-salon snafus leads to a Ross of a different color.
Emma's first birthday goes from cute to criminal after Rachel realizes that her bunny-shaped cake would feel more at home at a bachelorette party. So while she and Ross race to replace it, the rest fight over who gets to leave before it's too late to carry (more…)
Christina Applegate reprises her Emmy-winning role as Rachel's cluelessly cruel sister Amy, who proves to be Emma's worst baby-sitter ever after she gives the tot a mini-makeover. Meanwhile, Phoebe keeps putting her foot in her mouth every time Mike tries (more…)
Greg Kinnear guest stars as Charlie's Nobel Prize-winning ex, who wants her back as much as Ross wants the grant he oversees. Meanwhile, nobody wants the homemade painting Phoebe is giving away; and Chandler gets into hot water with Joey by not casting him (more…)
The Bings' road to adoption hits a bump when their social worker realizes she's been to their place before...as one of Joey's many dates. Meanwhile, Mike and Phoebe struggle over donating their wedding fund to a charity other than themselves. Mike: Paul Ru (more…)
The Bings head to Ohio to meet the mother (Anna Faris) of a baby they hope to adopt, and end up going to further extremes after she mistakes them for a doctor and a reverend. Back home, Joey has a hard time dating Phoebe's food-picking pal (Annie Parisse) (more…)
Phoebe makes a lasting---and loathsome---impression on Mike's folks; Rachel and Ross tickle Emma's funny bone with a raunchy rap song; and Chandler frets over the contents of a videotape he stole from Monica's ex's pad. Mike: Paul Rudd. Mr. Hanigan: Gregor (more…)
Joey fears that Monica has a new man after Chandler sneaks home to see his wife; Ross tries---and fails---to bond with Mike (Paul Rudd), while Rachel gives out her number a little too hastily during a night out with Phoebe. Kevin: Alan F. Smith. Bartender: (more…)
Rachel shortens her maternity leave to keep a hotshot (Dermot Mulroney) from taking her job at Ralph Lauren; Joey gets Phoebe a gig as an extra on his soap, but she drives the director crazy. Actor: Paul Logan. Director: Evan Handler. Zelner: Steve Ireland (more…)
Gavin (Dermot Mulroney) gives Rachel a very interesting birthday gift; Ross begs Joey to stay away from Emma's hot new nanny (Melissa George); Mike meets---and then murders---Phoebe's unusual pet. Mike: Paul Rudd. Woman: Carly Thomas.
A night at Mike's piano bar gives Monica a very showy moment in the spotlight; Ross tries to move on after spying Rachel and Gavin's kiss; Chandler employs his secret skill to repair Joey's botched eyebrow-waxing job. Mike: Paul Rudd. Gavin: Dermot Mulrone (more…)
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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)