Friends: Season 4, Episode 23

The One with Ross's Wedding: Part One (7 May 1998)

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Even before they leave the apartment, Joey drives Chandler crazy by forgetting everything useful, even his passport, but crying every five seconds "London, baby!", and photographing ... See full summary »

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Even before they leave the apartment, Joey drives Chandler crazy by forgetting everything useful, even his passport, but crying every five seconds "London, baby!", and photographing absolutely everything all the time, as if 6 hours on an airplane with Monica weren't bad enough. Emily was already a nervous wreck, but when she and Ross show Monica her dream site for the wedding that hall is already torn down, ahead of schedule! Ross hears Monica made her consider postponing and freaks out about their parents and transatlantic guests; she answers then they better call it off altogether. Back home, Phoebe makes Rachel realize how much she still loves Ross, so she helps her make up her mind, but warns her it's too late to get Ross back- yet Rachel rushes to London. When Joey insists to buy and wear an ostentatious Union Jack souvenir hat, Chandler refuses to spend the rest of the day thus; instead of being lost and miserable, Joey has a great afternoon, even photographed with Fergie, but ... Written by KGF Vissers

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Lisa Kudrow was pregnant in real life during the filming of this episode, and was therefore not able to travel to London; therefore the writers had to find a way to keep her involved in the story while still in Monica's apartment. See more »

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During the establishing shot of the London Marriott hotel, as the shot pans round a reflection of the camera can be seen in the hotel's name sign. See more »

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Ross: [bursts into Chandler's hotel room]
Ross: [screaming] I'm getting married today. Whoo-hoo.
Chandler: [with the covers pulled up to his chin] Morning, Ross.
Ross: I'm getting married to... day.
Chandler: Yeah, you are.
Ross: Ahh, whoo-hoo.
[he runs back out the door]
Monica: [comes up from below the covers] Do you think he knew I was here?
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References The Flying Nun (1967) See more »

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London Calling
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Written by Joe Strummer and Mick Jones
Performed by The Clash
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The One with Ross's Wedding: Part 1
11 August 2011 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This is the first part of the very exciting season finale I didn't like the Joey and Chandler storyline very much. I don't know about anyone else but to me Chandler seemed so out of character. Too grumpy, easy to embarrass not in the mood for fun. Joey was hilarious though. I loved his excitement and especially the map that he had!

It was good how they created a problem of there being no place to get married. But I disliked how Monica was handling it. And the fact that they made it look as if Ross has been wrong. He was absolutely right. First of all not all women are unreasonable idiots dreaming about wedding all their life, it is Monica's character flaw not that of the rest of females. And even if one is like that, she should be put in her place and use some logic, because postponing this wedding over something like that would be a very nasty thing to do. The solution they found for it was pretty sweet though

Phoebe and Rachel have been pretty funny in that time


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