In a New York City coffee house called Central Perk, we're introduced to six friends: chef Monica Geller, data controller Chandler Bing who lives across the hall from Monica, Chandler's roommate/actor Joey Tribbiani, Monica's brother Ross Geller, new ageist Phoebe Buffay, and "born to be a wife" Rachel Green. One of the friends is just getting into a relationship and two are just getting out of one each. Monica is in the former category, going on a real/not-so-real date, dates with guys she's interested in being a rare occurrence. But she is excited by her upcoming one with Paul the Wine Guy from her place of work. Out on their date, their intimate conversation includes the fact that trauma from his last relationship has left him sexually incapable, something that only the right woman like Monica can fix, and she apparently does. Later however she finds that it was just a line to get her into bed, and thus her streak with the "wrong guy" continues. Ross is one of the two in the ...
Did You Know?
Joey and Chandler pour their Rachel-made coffee into the plant on the table. At the end of the episode, the plant on the table is dead, likely as a result of Joey and Chandler pouring coffee in it. See more
When Monica asks Ross, 'Do you want me to stay?', her hands are in front of her, not touching Ross. In the next shot, her right hand is holding onto Ross's wrist. See more
Why? Why would anybody do something like that?
We're looking for an answer more sophisticated than: "To get you into bed."
Is it me? Is it like I have some sort of beacon that only dogs and men with severe emotional problems can hear?
Time of the Season
Written by Rod Argent
Performed by The Zombies See more