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Friends The One With Ross

Ross is very excited about a big grant he's hoping to get, but his hopes vanish as soon as they arise when he learns that the professor administering the grant is his girlfriend Charlie's ex-boyfriend, the accomplished and famous paleontologist Benjamin Hobart. Charlie is sure that this won't get in Ross' way, and books a dinner for the three of them. It only takes a detour of hers to the restroom for Ross to learn that Benjamin is still in love with Charlie and wants Ross to break up with her. Thinking it insane to do so, Ross refuses; however, at the meeting for the grant the next day, contrary to his other colleagues, he's asked trivial nonsense questions to which Ross has no answer. When Ross confronts him about this, Hobart explains how he's ready to offer Ross the grant only if he breaks up with Charlie. Furious, Ross explains everything to Charlie, who doesn't believe him in the least since it was Benjamin who had broken up with her in the first place. Ross drags her with him to Hobart, who confesses his undying love for Charlie. Unfortunately for Ross, Charlie still has feelings for Hobart and the two end up making out in front of him, whereupon Ross flat-out concedes.

Friends The One With Ross

Now that Mike is moving in, Phoebe has to compromise the decor in her apartment and get rid of a bunch of stuff, including Gladys - a three-dimensional painting of a half-bald mannequin. Out of friendship (and also with much regret), Monica agrees to take Gladys for herself. To complicate matters for her, Phoebe gives her the painting in front of Rachel, who loses no time in suggesting the most prominent places in the apartment where Monica could hang it. Monica tricks Joey into buying the portrait by presenting it as "an original Buffay", but Rachel lures Joey in believing that the painting is haunted. The girls eventually try to press Gladys onto each other, when Phoebe presents them with Glynnis, which by comparison makes Gladys look like an angelic portrait. Monica and Rachel quickly change their mind about Gladys; Rachel ends up with her, while Monica gets Glynnis. The paintings soon become a source of entertainment - Rachel uses Gladys to scare Joey in his sleep, but is frightened off by Monica holding up Glynnis behind her.

Chandler's work is hitting new heights, as a national commercial based mostly on his ideas is in production. Joey begs his friend to cast him, but Chandler thinks Joey is not right for the part, a stuffy college professor, and will disappoint his bosses. Joey insists by giving Chandler a tape to pass on to his bosses so that they could decide. Chandler sticks to his thoughts, and taking Rachel's advice, doesn't pass the tape. Chandler doesn't even bother to watch the tape himself, but when Joey asks him if he watched the tape, the latter gets suspicious and knows his friend's lying. When Joey finally confronts Chandler, he reveals how he knows about all the lying by popping the video in the player. The video shows Joey with blue lips promoting blue lip-stick for men (a commercial which aired only in Japan). Chandler can only make amends with his friend in one way - by putting on the lipstick himself in front of his friends and admitting that he's "a pretty little girl".

Ross: Yeah, see, we-we-we have to stop across the hall, because it’s mysister. But, uh, uh y’know actually, growing up with a sister was nice because itreally helped me understand women. Yeah, you-you should tell your friends that.

Rachel: It’s a truffle. It’s got all of these layers. Firstthere’s a layer of ladyfingers, then a layer of jam, then custard, which I made fromscratch, [Joey and Ross make impressed faces] then raspberries, more ladyfingers, thenbeef sauteed with peas and onions, [Joey and Ross look like something’s wrong.] thena little more custard, and then bananas, and then I just put some whipped cream on top!

[Scene: Monica and Chandler’s, Time lapse. Jack is still on the couch, picking histeeth with his feet on the table. Phoebe and Judy are sitting on the table looking at him.Ross and Chandler are sitting by the window talking. Rachel and Joey are in the kitchenfooling with Rachel’s trifle. Monica walks into the living room from the kitchen.]

Phoebe: I dunno, let’s see! So, okay, I dreamt that we were gonna getmarried, and he left, becuz he had to go fight a fire. And, um, so okay, I went to a nightclub, and I saw him making out with a girl.

Rachel and Joey think Ross might have problems with their new relationship, but Ross assures them he is fine. Ross invites Rachel and Joey on a double-date with him and Charlie. They agree, but Ross gets drunk during the awkward date. Joey stays with Ross overnight to make sure he is okay and they talk. Ross realizes that he has been apart from Rachel for so long that he should not stop Joey and Rachel's relationship. He does give Joey his blessing even though it still hurts him, because they should see where the relationship is going.

Monica and Chandler are having trouble figuring out the adoption process, so Phoebe sends them to a couple who have adopted. Monica and Chandler meet them and Monica instantly gets along with the woman (Kellie Waymire); however later Chandler casually mentions to their son (Daryl Sabara) that he was adopted only to find out that he did not know about it. Chandler also reveals that Santa is not real. The couple then kick out Monica and Chandler after finding out about both things, and about Chandler trying to bribe him.

Phoebe hangs out with her brother Frank (Giovanni Ribisi) and his triplets. The kids are driving Frank crazy and he offers Phoebe one of them. He comes to the realization that he could not possibly give up any of the children so Phoebe offers to babysit so Frank and Alice will have more time to relax. The episode ends with Chandler accidentally revealing to the triplets that Phoebe gave birth to them; embarrassed, he leaves to tell Emma she was an accident.

Monica, preparing the Thanksgiving Day dinner, receives a phone call from her parents, who are planning to join them. Chandler is astonished to discover that she has not told them yet that he has moved in with her: she has avoided it because they do not like him. Chandler promises to win them over as best he can. Joey's new roommate, Janine, invites Joey and Ross to celebrate Thanksgiving with her friends, most of whom are attractive female dancers like her. Monica refuses to let them go, as they had earlier promised to spend Thanksgiving in her apartment, and Joey mopes around the apartment for the rest of the episode.

Rachel has been entrusted with the makings of a dessert this year, despite her lack of success at culinary endeavors. She has chosen to make a traditional English trifle, which involves many layers of ladyfingers, jam, custard (made from scratch), raspberries, and beef sauteed with peas and onions, topped with bananas and cream. The beef in the trifle concerns Ross and Joey, and it eventually transpires that two of the pages in Monica's cookbook are stuck together, and her English trifle is actually half shepherd's pie. Rachel does not realise her mistake when she confuses a minced meat pie for a mince pie. Not wanting Rachel to begin again and delay their date with Janine's friends, Ross and Joey decide to convince everyone to pretend her "beef-custard thing" is actually delicious so as not to hurt her feelings. In an attempt to distract Rachel with conversation, Ross is misconstrued with trying to get back together with her, and Joey offers acting advice, but actually turns out to like the dish. Phoebe is unable to eat the dessert because she is a vegetarian and heads to Rachel's old bedroom to take a nap, which forces up a new dream in which Jack cheats on her, and she is swept off her feet by Jacques Cousteau instead. The others all make excuses to eat their portions in locations that will allow them to dispose of the mess discreetly, while Ross devours his portion to stop Rachel from realizing how bad it is.

Ross claims to be fine after finding out about Rachel and Joey, despite all evidence pointing to near-hysteria. He invites them and Charlie to dinner in his apartment, where he proceeds to get drunk while still in a manic state. Monica and Chandler consider adoption and seek advice from a couple who went that route, but Chandler makes the mistake of telling their kid he's adopted. Phoebe's brother Frank shows up with the triplets and they are a handful to the point he asks Phoebe if she would like to take one.

In addition to some glaringly problematic story lines, "Friends" had issues with continuity that can be hard to ignore to this day, from petty details (like characters having multiple different birthdays) to major emotional moments getting little to no follow-through (like Phoebe's birth parents disappearing from her life without explanation).

But never once in 10 seasons is Rachel shown wearing glasses. So either she was lying to save face about the subtitles, or she walks around with bad eyesight. We know Rachel doesn't wear contacts because, as established on season five, episode 22, "The One with Joey's Big Break," she's terrified of anything touching her eyes.

Again, Phoebe meets her birth father after an emotional buildup. She had tried to work up the courage to meet him in earlier seasons, but ends up running into him at her grandmother's funeral on season five, episode 13, "The One with Joey's Bag."

The birds aren't seen again, but the duck is mentioned when it eats Rachel's face cream and gets sick on season seven, episode two, "The One with Rachel's Book." (OK, we're all thinking it now: Did Rachel's face cream kill the duck?)

On season one, episode four, "The One With George Stephanopoulos," Ross is depressed because it's the anniversary of the day he first had sex with Carol, his ex-wife who he met in college. He tells Joey and Chandler that it was the first time he had sex with anybody.

There are several other allusions to Ross' college sex life throughout the show. In one flashback episode, Ross is shown passionately making out with a girl at a party, and she reassures him she won't tell anyone about their fling. ("Cool," he replies.) So maybe Ross was just lying to everyone about losing his virginity to Carol. 350c69d7ab

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