Friends (1994–2004)
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The One with the Invitation 

As Ross and Emily send out wedding invitations, he and Rachel each look back on their relationship together while Joey and Chandler look for a purpose in life.

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Rachel Green
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Monica Geller
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Phoebe Buffay
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Joey Tribbiani (as Matt Le Blanc)
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Chandler Bing
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Dr. Ross Geller
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Emily Waltham
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Storyline

Emily's surprised remark she wouldn't want her ex-lovers on the wedding unlike Ross who invites Rachel starts him reminiscing about him getting and losing Rachel. Everybody gets an invitation, but Phoebe may not fly during her pregnancy and Rachel feels it's just too hard for her, after reminiscing as well about her with and without Ross. Written by KGF Vissers

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Comedy | Romance

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23 April 1998 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The address for Rachel and Monica's apartment is featured as 945 Grove St #20. New York, NY 10001. The real apartment inspiring the set is 90 Bedford Street. See more »

Goofs

A close-up of Rachel's invitation shows that Ross made it out to "Rachel Greene". Ross should have known that her last name doesn't have the final "e" and is spelled "Green". See more »

Connections

Features Friends: The One at the Beach (1997) See more »

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The first 'Friends' flashback episode
23 June 2017 | by See all my reviews

This is the first of the 'Friends' flashback/clip episodes, and although I recognise the need for the producers to stretch the budget, there's a lazy quality to these episodes, and this one is no exception.

Yes, it's nice to see the most memorable moments of the Ross/Rachel relationship, but it doesn't necessarily make for the most interesting of episodes for the audience.

The linking scenes of new material are OK, but it's laboured stuff all round.

The beauty of DVD is that you can skip episodes like this and pretend they don't exist. I do.


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