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The One with the Blind Dates 

As they think Ross and Rachel should get back together with Emma, Joey and Phoebe, when asked to fix them up with blind dates, plan to make those so horrible they'll end up back with each ... See full summary »

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Monica Geller-Bing (as Courteney Cox Arquette)
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Joey Tribbiani (as Matt Le Blanc)
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Steve
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As they think Ross and Rachel should get back together with Emma, Joey and Phoebe, when asked to fix them up with blind dates, plan to make those so horrible they'll end up back with each other. Phoebe does a great job: Steve is so unattractive he even makes himself cry; Joey found his own nightmare woman, a history teacher, not realizing she risks looking ideal to Ross; but she stands Ross up, making him the object of bets by the waiters on how long he will wait before leaving. Chandler and Monica agree to babysit Emma, but with him being bored without a job and she ovulating, their sex drive gets the better of them, so Joey finds the baby 'exposed to perversion' next to the bedroom... Written by KGF Vissers

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Comedy | Romance

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6 February 2003 (USA)  »

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Trivia

This is the second time Sam Pancake plays a waiter in the series. The first time was in the episode TOW Joey tells Rachel. Although this time he's working in a different restaurant See more »

Goofs

When Joey and Phoebe are in Joey's kitchen eating baby food and discussing their plan to set up Ross and Rachel on horrible dates, in the background, the door to Rachel's room is sometimes open and sometimes closed. See more »

Quotes

Monica Geller-Bing: [Referring to Emma] why did you take her?
Joey Tribbiani: Because you two were having "sex"
Joey Tribbiani: No we weren't
Joey Tribbiani: Don't you lie to me, I can tell by Chandler's hair
Joey Tribbiani: [to Chandler] you are so lazy, can't you be on top for once?
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References The Oprah Winfrey Show (1986) See more »

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Only terrible dates for Rachel and Ross
9 March 2009 | by (Brazil) – See all my reviews

Rachel is living with Joey again, and things go well, spite of the fact that he wakes up every night with Emma's cry. Ross asks Joey to help him to find a girl to date, and Joey doesn't like the idea because he thinks Ross and Rachel should be together. He talks to Phoebe about what Ross told him, and Phoebe tells Joey that Rachel also asked her to help her to meet someone. They have a plan to introduce Ross and Rachel to horrible persons they know, in order to make them see that were meant to be together. ( I love Phoebe's evil laugh!)

Rachel goes out to dinner with the most horrible and annoying guy in the world and Ross got stood up.

Chandler and Monica want to have sex because she is ovulating, but since they are taking care of Emma, they cannot do anything in front of her. They decide to go to their room, and when Joey enters in Monica's apartment, he discovers what they are doing. He decides to take Emma to his apartment, what makes Monica and Chandler stay desperate searching for her everywhere.


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