Friends: Season 2, Episode 15

The One Where Ross and Rachel... You Know (8 Feb. 1996)

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Monica becomes infatuated with a friend of her parents when she caters a party for him. Ross and Rachel go on their first date. Joey and Chandler refuse to move when they get a new TV and two armchairs.

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Joey buys two armchairs and a big screen TV and they never want to get up from the armchairs again. Ross and Rachel have their first official date and sleep together at Ross's museum. Monica is dating a friend of her parents who is 21 years older than her. Written by Anonymous

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First appearance of Tom Selleck as Monica's older love interest Dr. Richard Burke. See more »

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When Chandler orders pizza to be delivered, he tells the person on the phone to buzz Rachel and Monica's apartment and they would let them in. However, at this time, Monica was catering a party for Dr. Burke and Rachel was on a date with Ross. Meaning, nobody could have answered. See more »

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Rachel Green: [Rachel & Ross are making out, & Rachel feels a wet spot] Oh! Oh, honey, that's OK!
Ross: Oh... you just rolled over the juice box!
Rachel Green: Oh, thank God!
[kisses him again]
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Features Xanadu (1980) See more »

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Another Classic Episode
11 December 2014 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Another classic episode of "Friends" which has now returned to form in great style. This is the episode in which Joey and Chandler acquire the leather armchairs in which they spend most of their time living together watching TV. It's also the first appearance of Tom Selleck as Dr Richard Burke Monica's love interest.

Plot In A Paragraph: Feeling flush with money from his 'Days Of Our Lives' gig as Dr Drake Ramorey, Joey splashes out on a big screen TV and two Lazy Boy leather chairs for Chandler and himself. However once they sit down, they never get back up. Meanwhile Monica has a job catering for an old friend of her Mam and Dad Dr Richard Burke (Tom Selleck) and Ross and Rachel struggle to move things to the next level when she keeps getting the giggles.

I love this episode. If I was making a collection of the best episodes, this one would feature on it.


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