Sandra Green
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Sandra Green (Character)
from "Friends" (1994)

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Sandra Green is Rachel Green's mother. She only features in 3 episodes.

The first is when she is a guest at Carol Willick and Susan Bunch's wedding. In this episode she doesn't have a major role.

The second is when it's Rachel's birthday. Rachel's parents are divorcing and on her sister's graduation they embarrass her and argue loudly. So when both parents turn up to Rachel's apartment on her birthday, Monica Geller, Phoebe Buffay, Chandler Bing and Joey Tribbiani are forced to hold two separate parties. Rachel's father Dr. Green joins Joey and Chandler's party while Rachel's mum joins Monica and Phoebe's party. In order to avoid the two meeting, Ross retrieves Dr. Geller's belongings from Rachel's room however Rachel's mum sees him and recognises the belongings but Ross claims they are his. Dr. Geller sees Ross wearing his glasses and with one of his cigarettes in his mouth. Another way is by Joey kissing Rachel's mum when both parent's leave at the same time.

The third episode is at Rachel's baby shower. Monica and Phoebe throw Rachel a baby shower but forget to invite Rachel's mum. So when Monica calls and invites her, she lies and says that the shower is last minute but Sandra already knew about it from her other two daughters. She arrives at the party and ignores Monica which drives Monica mad. She spends the whole evening attempting to apologise but Sandra won't listen. At the end of the episode, Phoebe persuades Monica to stand up to Sandra and demand a thank you for the shower. When Phoebe leaves Monica runs after Sandra to apologise for the way she spoke to her.

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