Rachel Green was one of the most popular Friends characters, played by Jennifer Aniston, who first appeared in the show’s sixth season and remained on the show until its series finale in May 2004. Jennifer Aniston as Rachel Green in Friends sitcom
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Looking back, it seems that Jennifer Aniston was always going to be a star. Her breakout role in 1992’s Love Story led to a string of successful films and TV appearances (including Friends), which resulted in an impressive string of awards and nominations. Although her time on Friends ended in 2004, many will still associate her with her iconic role as Rachel Green.
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The One with the Fake Monica
During a scene in which Monica is trying to catch Joey with another woman, she walks into her bedroom only to see that it’s been redecorated to look like Rachel’s room. If you don’t want your loved one to think that you’re cheating on them, here are some ways that you can be more discrete and not raise any suspicions.
The One with the Blackout
Every so often, whether it be from a birthday party or a bar crawl, we all experience those horrible hangovers that can turn a beautiful Saturday into one to forget. The most important thing is to hydrate throughout your night on the town—the combo of dehydration and alcohol can really hurt us if we’re not careful. It’s best to have plenty of water handy at all times, but also plan ahead by setting up a recovery station with Advil, soup and your favorite sports drink.
Chandler Gets Caught
When Chandler gets caught making out with a woman from his office, he tries to come up with an excuse for his and Monica’s dinner guests. He explains that it was just a little side thing, I couldn’t help myself, she was just so good! You know what I mean? She was… delicious.
The One Where Underdog Gets Away
Though Jennifer’s best known for her role as Rachel on hit TV series Friends, her first big break was actually in 1988’s The Wizard. The original plan was to launch a new show called The One Where Underdog Gets Away, but producers quickly dropped that idea when their studio couldn’t get permission from Mighty Mouse to use his likeness.
Joey Goes Hollywood
Joey falls for an up-and-coming actress, who helps him to understand that he can’t always be there for his friends if he wants to succeed. Ross has no sympathy for Joey’s job, saying that Joey is making a mockery of acting by taking any job he can get. Joey says that it takes years to make it in Hollywood, and gives Phoebe $300 (the money he saved from not going out with Rachel) so she can be an extra in a movie.
Ross Can’t Flirt
Ross Geller was definitely a man that would have done well on Tinder, but unfortunately for him, he existed before swiping had become socially acceptable. If you’re looking to improve your flirting skills and live long enough to find true love, check out our guide to flirting—because Ross’s method of asking a woman out (staring at her until she notices) is not only totally wrong but also kind of creepy.
Monica Sings I Will Always Love You
I’m sure you remember Monica’s rendition of I Will Always Love You from season 2, episode 6 of Friends. The song was penned by Dolly Parton, who also made an appearance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno on January 26, 1996. In true Monica fashion, her performance is a little off-key and goofy…but she has such a good time that it almost makes me forget I’m watching one of my favorite Friends episodes again!
Joey Speaks French
Joey Tribbiani (Matt LeBlanc) in Friends is a famous character known for his how you doin’? and ability to speak French. In reality, Matt LeBlanc doesn’t actually speak French. He has stated that he was very nervous when he had to learn his lines during filming and felt it would be easier to memorize them phonetically. Although he thought no one would notice, many people picked up on his lack of accent and phrasing.