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The One with Two Parts: Part 2 

Rachel switches identities with Monica so she can use her health insurance. Meanwhile, Ursula continues to come between Phoebe and Joey.

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Rachel switches identities with Monica so she can use her health insurance. Meanwhile, Ursula continues to come between Phoebe and Joey.

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Comedy | Romance

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Gunther appears in the background of this episode, at Phoebe's surprise party. See more »

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When the nurse calls to inform there is a mistake on the insurance form, Rachel gives the phone to Monica because they switched identities. When Monica picks up the phone, she identifies herself as Monica, though she should have said she was Rachel. See more »

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Chandler: "Garge"?
Ross: Nautical term
Chandler: Cheating man!
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References Mad About You (1992) See more »

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What's the Frequency, Kenneth?
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Written by Michael Stipe, Mike Mills, Peter Buck and Bill Berry
Performed by R.E.M.
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The Lebanese Hummus Episode
20 September 2009 | by (France) – See all my reviews

One of the best Friends episodes, and in which we find 3 minute that evolve around the famous LEBANESE dish "Hummus" (A LEBANESE dish prepared out of chickpeas and sesame sauce) this is one of the rarest episode of friends where the "advertisement" material is not as obvious as in the episodes where Phoebe sings for Adidas, or when Emily spends a whole episode with toblerone bars, or even when Monica and Phoebe spend a 22 minutes episodes trying to discover the Nestle Tollhouse recipe. Where the writers in such need for money so that they made such obvious ads, that can be considered as undermining to the intelligence of the viewer. Well this episode give a better example than the others.


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