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Phoebe inherits her grandmother's yellow taxi and apartment.
She keeps the taxi until the very end of the series. Frank Buffay Jr. Giovanni Ribisi : Phoebe's half-brother by their father. In "The One with the Bullies", [e 73] Phoebe meets him after finding the courage to knock on her father's suburban door, but learns from Frank Jr. Despite not finding her father, she connects with Frank Jr.
He eventually falls in love with and becomes engaged to Alice Knight Debra Jo Rupp , his old home economics teacher who is 26 years his senior. In the episode, he claims he "hasn't slept in four years" and is so exhausted with raising the triplets he even proposed that Phoebe take one for her own. However, he soon realizes he loves his children too much to give any of them up, after which Phoebe proposes to start babysitting them, so that Frank and Alice can enjoy some more time off.
Previously, Ribisi appeared in "The One with the Baby on the Bus" as a stranger who leaves a condom rather than money in Phoebe's guitar case when she is singing in the street, and then comes back to retrieve it. It was never addressed if this was intended to be the same character as Frank, who had not yet been introduced by name.
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In , The Seattle Times ranked Frank as the fourth-best guest character of the series. Leonard Green Ron Leibman : Rachel's father, a surly, abrasive and rather amoral vascular surgeon; although he is genuinely affectionate and usually good-natured towards his daughter, he is generally a nasty, mean-spirited bully who is quick to insult anyone who, even by accident, irritates him in the slightest way. He takes an instant dislike to his daughter's boyfriend Ross when the latter refers to Green's profession as "a game. Although Leonard, like his daughter Amy, was a deliberately unpleasant and unlikeable character, the comic relief he provided caused him, again like his daughter Amy, to become memorable as a character fans [ clarification needed ] "loved to hate.
Ross is jealous of Mark as he mistakenly suspects that he and Rachel are having an affair. It is Mark's presence at Rachel's apartment after he offered to provide her with comfort after her fight with Ross which leads Ross, overhearing his voice in the background after phoning Rachel and mistakenly thinking he is there to have sex with her, to become convinced that his relationship with her is now over and, after angrily hanging up, get drunk and sleep with Chloe [e 81] ultimately ending Ross and Rachel's relationship.
Later, Mark asks Rachel on a date and she accepts, however she rejects his advances when she realizes she only accepted the offer to get back at Ross. Ross fails to recognize him but becomes jealous all over again once reminded, even declaring his extreme hatred of Mark and forbids Rachel of going to dinner with him.
It is also revealed that since his previous appearance he has married and had kids twins, actually - once informed of this, an embarrassed Ross wonders "Should we send something? Sophie Laura Dean : Mark's replacement. Sophie is frequently victimized by her boss Joanna and occasionally bewildered by ridiculous comments from Chandler who had a brief relationship with Joanna. Joanna Alison LaPlaca : Rachel's boss, who despite being occasionally bewildered by his ridiculous comments, dates Chandler in two episodes once in season 3, [e 85] once in season 4 [e 86]. She is hostile to her assistant, Sophie, but usually good-natured towards Rachel.
After deliberately sabotaging Rachel's promotion in order to keep her, she finally offers Rachel a promotion within her own department, [e 84] but is knocked down and killed by a cab before she can effect it.
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Monica and Chandler play a game of tennis with Doug and his wife, who are left exhausted, irritated and bewildered by Monica's ridiculously overly-competitive attitude in "The One with Chandler's Work Laugh" January 21, ; Season 5, No. In this episode, it is implied that he, his wife, and the rest of Chandler's co-workers all dislike Joey, whom Chandler claims damaged his reputation in their eyes presumably with all his stupidity after he invited him to a work office party, damage repaired by Monica when he invited her to a different one. To get out of it, Chandler pretends that he wants to be on his own because he and Monica have split up but it backfires when Doug, who despite his seemingly cheerful and relieved attitude towards his divorce is in reality clearly depressed over it, tries to cheer Chandler up by taking him to strip clubs, drunkenly throwing cans at birds and throwing Doug's wedding ring into the gutter Chandler had refused Doug's offer at first, but then made the mistake of thoughtlessly stating his reason for this as being that Monica would not appreciate it, only to then be forced to correct himself upon seeing Doug's confused expression.
Rachel met Bonnie two years prior to the events of this episode, and remembers her as a "weird bald chick"; however, when Rachel meets her she is horrified to see that her hair has actually grown back and she is actually a very attractive woman. Since Rachel still has feelings for Ross, she, in a successful attempt to make Bonnie less attractive to him, convinces her to shave her hair off again in "The One at the Beach" airdate May 15, ; Season 3, No.
She makes a brief appearance at the beginning of "The One with the Jellyfish", when Ross decides to dump her and get back together with Rachel. He implies that he made a dreadful mess of breaking up with her, both upsetting and enraging her in the process. Phoebe Abbott Teri Garr : Phoebe's birth mother. Phoebe tracks her down in "The One at the Beach", believing her to be a friend of Lily's. She reveals her parentage at the end of the episode and makes amends with Phoebe in "The One with the Jellyfish".
Later, when Phoebe wants to be a surrogate mother for Frank and Alice's child, [e 76] she lends Phoebe her puppy to demonstrate how difficult it is to give up children after carrying them. The Chick and the Duck live animal actors : Chandler and Joey's pet birds. Encouraged by Phoebe to return the chick, but discovering that the animals would be euthanized , Chandler, who went to give the chick back, returns home with the chick and a duck. Chandler and Joey treat the chick and the duck as their own children—at one point, Chandler punishes the duck by sending him out to the hall "You stay out here and think about what you did!
Chandler briefly names the chick "Yasmine", after Baywatch actress Yasmine Bleeth the chick later, however, turns out to be a rooster, not a hen ; and in "The One With Ross's Thing", Chandler refers to the possible offspring of the duck and the chick as "Dick", while Joey refers to it as "Chuck".
By Season 6 the animals disappeared; the duck was mentioned but not seen in Season 7. In the final episode of the series, [e 2] Joey bought Chandler a new duckling and chick as a housewarming gift—which Joey names "Duck Jr. Monica hires Joey as a stooge so she can show her authority in front of the staff by firing him in front of them all, and the rebellion soon ends.
In "The One with the Stripper", [e 79] Stu gives Monica the phone number of someone she assumes is a stripper for Chandler's belated bachelor party, though she turns out to be a prostitute. She has a whirlwind romance with Ross and they decide to get married.
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Her friendly relationship with Rachel soon changes during the wedding. Ross tries to convince her to move to New York. When she learns that he's having dinner with the old gang—including Rachel—she tells him she cannot trust him and she decides to end the marriage. She makes a final voice cameo in "The One with the Ride Along", [e 89] when she leaves a message on Ross's answering machine the night before her new wedding, telling him she is having second thoughts about it and is worried that they made a mistake splitting up. Rachel accidentally deletes the message, but tells Ross about it and convinces him not to respond to it.
Emily's surname is that of the city where both creators of the show attended college.
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Patsy Kensit was originally approached to play the role but turned it down. Their marriage is icy and they openly treat one another with disdain. They are equally hostile towards Jack and Judy Geller when the Gellers refuse to pay for their house to be remodelled after the wedding reception. When the wedding takes place, like all of the guests they are shocked and utterly dumbfounded when Ross accidentally says Rachel's name instead of Emily's during the vows.
In "The One After Ross Says 'Rachel'", Stephen angrily tells Ross that consequently Emily has gone into hiding after escaping out of the bathroom window and now feels humiliated, but this does not stop Andrea from telling Ross in front of him that she thinks he Ross is "delicious".
Andrea's final words onscreen are, to Ross, "Call me. Ross says his name is "Ron", shocked to hear that Zelner's son is also named Ross. In "The One Where Rachel Smokes", Rachel thinks she is missing out on important decisions, as they are always made when Kim takes a smoking break. She tries to take up smoking so she can stay in the loop but is unsuccessful when Kim, initially bewildered by Rachel's wacky behavior throughout her attempts to join her while she is smoking, threatens to fire her if she keeps damaging her health.
After unsuccessfully trying to deny the affair, Rachel pretends Ralph dumped her. Kim believes her when she sees what she thinks is a cold look from Ralph appearing as himself in the elevator.
Note : All characters who were introduced in this season did not re-appear in further seasons. Consequently, they are listed in Only in season 6. She hires him after being promoted, not because he is the best choice for the job but because she is smitten with him. He tells Rachel that he has matured a lot since their break-up and wants to resume their relationship, but backs off when he finds out she is pregnant by someone else. He later meets up with Ross—who is the real father and is wearing the same kind of red sweater.
Determined to invite him to their wedding in "The One with Chandler's Dad", Monica drags Chandler to Charles' burlesque show in Las Vegas, where he is seen for the first time, performing under the name "Helena Handbasket". The character, played by a woman, is left ambiguous, and is implied to actually be a trans woman.
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Though Ross had originally wanted to name his daughter "Isabella," Rachel wound up in tears when she decided that the name did not suit the baby and was dismayed by her other remaining choice, Delilah "Oh great! Suddenly she sounds like a biblical whore. However, Joey forgets about Phoebe's date, and wanting to prevent her from discovering this when she enquires about the name of the man he has fixed her up with, he pretends that someone called "Mike" will be her date.
He then enters the coffee shop and desperately yells "Mike! Mike feels sorry for Phoebe as he watches her leave and when he spots her again in the coffee shop the next day, he speaks to her and explains that he allowed himself to be roped into the date "because I was told that I'd get a free dinner-which I didn't-and that I'd meet a pretty girl-which I did.
Ross goes to Mike's house and tries to explain to him that he had accidentally upset Phoebe, which sets off a chain of ridiculous events that result in Mike ultimately deciding he still has feelings for Phoebe, and eventually, they decide to move in together; [e 99] Phoebe suggests that one day they could get married but he tells her that, after his messy divorce, he never wants to get married again, which results in them breaking up. Emotionally unable to be apart from each other, they reconcile in "The One with the Memorial Service" airdate March 13, ; Season 9, No.
She turns both men down but admits that Mike is the man she wants to be with.