|Rachel Karen Green-Geller|
|First appearance||The Pilot|
|Last appearance||The Last One, Part 2|
|Number of episodes||236|
|Portrayed by||Jennifer Aniston|
|Name||Rachel Karen Green|
|Nicknames||Rach (by everyone), Green (by Ross Geller), Ray-Ray Greene (by Melissa Warburton), Pumpkin (by Leonard Green), Raquel (By Kim and colleagues at work) , Raquela (By Paolo and Phoebe Buffay), Rocky (By the mailroom guys at work)|
|Aliases|| Rachel Green (maiden name) |
Rachel Geller (married name)
|Date of birth||May 5, 1970-1971|
|Occupation|| Waitress at Central Perk (S1–3) |
Assistant at Fortunata Fashions (S3)
Buyer and Personal Shopper at Bloomingdale's (S3–5)
Executive at Ralph Lauren (S5–10)
|Relatives|| Leonard Green (father) |
Sandra Green (mother)
Jill Green (sister)
Amy Green (sister)
Ida Green (paternal grandmother)
Ross Geller (husband)
Emma Geller-Green (daughter)
Ben Geller (stepson)
Jack Geller-Bing (nephew)
Erica Geller-Bing (niece)
Jack Geller (father-in-law)
Judy Geller (mother-in-law)
Monica Geller (sister-in-law)
Chandler Bing (brother-in-law)
|Relationships|| Ross Geller (Husband) |
Barry Farber (ex-fiance)
Joshua Burgin (ex-boyfriend)
Paul Stevens (ex-boyfriend)
Tag Jones (ex-boyfriend)
Joey Tribbiani (ex-boyfriend)
Gavin Mitchell (ex-boyfriend)
Rachel Karen Green-Geller is a fictional character on the popular U.S. television sitcom Friends (1994–2004). She is played by Jennifer Aniston, who received Emmy Awards and a Golden Globe for her performance.
Rachel Karen Green was born May 5, 1970 to Leonard and Sandra Green, who gave her and her two sisters Jill and Amy a rather spoiled upbringing. She met Monica for the first time when they were both six years old and they quickly became best friends, remaining exactly that from then until attending the same high school, and later the same college. Rachel also soon met Monica's older brother Ross, who developed a crush on her which he ultimately decided to keep to himself. She was also involved with an unpleasant-natured fellow high school student named Chip Matthews, who arrived late to take her out to the high school prom-and when it appeared that Chip was never going to arrive, Ross, after being encouraged by his parents Jack and Judy, decided to ask her out himself, but missed his chance when Chip arrived before he could speak to her. She soon learned how unpleasant, careless and unfaithful at his core Chip was when he ditched her at the prom to have sex with another girl named Amy Welsh. Rachel herself however was a bully to an overweight student named Will Colbert, victimizing him frequently and spurring him and his friend Ross, who dealt with the fact that she never seemed to notice his feelings for her in a very immature way, to form a "We-Hate-Rachel" Club and spread a rumour about her that she, as Ross put it "had both male and female reproductive parts" and that, as Will put it, "her parents flipped a coin and decided to raise her as a girl" which everyone in the entire high school (apart from Rachel herself) heard (which may or may not have influenced Chip's unfaithfulness towards her). Rachel also met Chandler for the first time at college, where the two of them kissed shortly after meeting for the first time. Eventually drifting apart from Monica and Ross, Rachel met and became engaged to an orthodontist named Barry Farber, another careless and unpleasant-natured individual who was unfaithful towards her, cheating on her with both her best friend Mindy and her selfish, shallow, unpleasant, self-absorbed sister Amy (although she didn't learn of this until after she eventually broke it off with him). While engaged, she and some friends of hers visited a bar named Central Perk (before it was converted into a coffee shop) and was briefly reunited with Monica while she was there. She was also reunited with Chandler, although the two of them apparently didn't recognize each other. Since she was engaged, she brushed him off as a loser in front of her friends when he delibrately attracted thier attention, but since she was at this point having second thoughts about marrying Barry, she later had a fantasy about having sex with him while driving away from the bar.
Season 1EditIn 1994, Rachel jilts Barry at the altar and climbs out of the restroom window before running into Central Perk in a rain-soaked wedding dress, having just discovered she is more turned on by a gravy boat than by Barry. Her search for Monica, who she hasn't spoken to in several years, ends as she sees her and tells her what happened. Monica introduces Rachel to the rest of the group: Phoebe, Chandler, and Joey, and also reunites her with Ross, who eventually decides to suggest that he may someday ask her out on a date, a proposition she does not object to. Rachel confronts her father over the phone about her fleeing from the wedding and announces that she's moving in with Monica. She is excited about this new phase in life, until she is forced to get a job because her father has cut her off financially. Rachel is forced to get a job at Central Perk. ("The Pilot") Rachel is worried about visiting her ex-fiance Barry to return her engagement ring. When she visits him at his orthadontist office, she learns that he was cheating on her with her best friend Mindy Hunter. He also reveals that he went on their honeymoon with Mindy, which makes Rachel even more upset. She returns the ring and later takes comfort with Ross Geller. ("The One With The Sonogram At The End") Rachel continues to work at Central Perk. Monica is reluctant to introduce her new boyfriend Alan to Rachel, Phoebe, Joey, Chandler, and Ross because they make fun of all of Monica's past boyfriends. As it turns out however, Rachel and the others love Monica's new boyfriend but unforteanutly, Monica herself does not, and consequently breaks up with Alan which upsets Rachel and the others. ("The One With The Thumb") Rachel gets her first pay check ever and is excited until she learns that FICA takes most of her money. Rachel's sorority sisters enter Central Perk and they rush over to Rachel and the four ladies reunite and hug. The sorority sisters catch up and Monica and Phoebe mock the four ladies behind their backs. Later on Rachel asks to know all the new gossip and is upset to find out that it's all about her leaving Barry. Rachel tries to assure the women that her life is great but they are not impressed with her job as a waitress. Rachel and Monica are having their best friend Phoebe spend the night and Rachel gets a call from the Visa company because they noticed she hasn't been using her credit card. Rachel then gets depressed and Monica and Phoebe attempt to cheer her up. Later on the roles are reversed and Rachel has to cheer them up. Then the wrong pizza is sent to their house. ("The One With George Stephanopoulos")
Ross is eager to spend time with Rachel so he falsely claims that his laundry mat has suffered a rat investation so he can spend time with Rachel at her laundry mat. Ross tries to convince Rachel not to be a push over. Rachel gets into an arguement with a bully at the laundry mat who attempts to steal her machine even though the former had already placed her basket on top of the aforementioned machine. Ross stands up for Rachel and the bully leaves, but not before placing a red sock in the basket, causing all of Rachel's white clothes to turn pink. The same woman later steals Rachel's cart but her wacky, quirky personality enables her to come up with the perfect method of putting the bully in her place-not starting a fight, but jumping into the cart and angrily saying that if the woman wants to take the cart, she will have to take Rachel with it. Outsmarted, the bully slinks away in defeat. ("The One With The East German Laundry Detergent")
At Rachel's apartment, Monica reveals how obsessive she is with cleanliness and organization when she disapproves of Rachel's subtle changes to the living room after cleaning it. The guys think it's pretty much a flaw of Monica's, but she tries not to make a big deal out of it. However, she can't even bring herself to sleep by thinking of a pair of sneakers she left haphazardly in the living room just to let the guys think that she, like them, is a "cook". ("The One With The Butt")During a blackout, Ross decides to make a move on Rachel since it's the perfect romantic spot. While Ross and Rachel are talking out of the balcony, Ross is prepared to tell Rachel his true feelings when a cat jumps on to his back and attacks him. Rachel tries to help get the cat off Ross meanwhile, Monica, Phoebe, and Joey are inside singing "Smelly Cat". Ross and Rachel come back in with the cat but it gets away so they look through the apartment building. Rachel runs into the owner of the cat, Italian man Paolo. Rachel brings Paolo back and Ross is jealous. Paolo doesn't speak much English. When the power turns back on, Rachel is kissing Paolo which makes Ross upset. ("The One With The Blackout")
Rachel attends the funeral for Monica and Ross's grandmother. Paolo had to go back to Italy for a while and he sent Rachel some expensive dress shoes. While at the funeral, Rachel messed up one of the shoes. Ross gets drunk at the funeral and tells Rachel he love her but she thinks it's just the alchol talking. ("The One Where Nana Dies Twice")
On the last episode Ross goes to china and Chandler accidentally tells Rachel that Ross loves her. She goes to the airport to try and talk to him before he boards the plane,after realising she has feelings for him too. Annoyingly he has already left so she can't tell him how she feels! ("The One Where Rachel Finds Out")
Season 2EditIn The One With Ross' New Girlfriend, Rachel sees Ross with Julie at the gates. She tries to leave in a hurry and falls over, causing the couple to notice her. She acts incredibly cold to Julie and does everything she can to sabotage her relationship with Ross, including making Phoebe cut her hair "Planet of the Apes" style and trying to convince Ross to avoid sleeping with her (The One With Phoebe's Husband). Monica sets Rachel up on a blind date with Michael, in an attempt to help Rachel forget Ross. Rachel gets drunk instead and leaves a message on Ross' answering achine, claiming that she is over him. Ross listens to the message the next morning, becoming confused and a little angry. He goes to Central Perk later that night to confront Rachel, and they share their first kiss (The One Where Ross Finds Out).
In The One With The List, Ross' list of pros and cons (Julie versus Rachel) repels Rachel from him because she can't stand the fact that he would use the list as reasons not to be with her. She gets back at Ross by dating Russ, a guy who is in every way like Ross. After watching her and Monica's prom video, Rachel realizes that Ross did actually try to confess his feelings back then. Overwhelmed by the fact that he was willing to be her date to the senior prom, Rachel walks up to Ross and kisses him (The One With The Prom Video). Their first date does not end well, as Rachel can't stop laughing when Ross touches her butt. Eventually, they get over this small problem and sleep together for the first time in the museum's planetarium, where Ross has taken her to view the night sky (The One Where Ross And Rachel...You Know).
Rachel's mother visits, announcing that she is leaving Rachel's father. This is a bomb for Rachel, who struggles to find compromise between her parents. She also has to face Barry's marriage to Mindy, for whom Rachel is a bridesmaid (The One With Barry And Mindy's Wedding). The whole wedding is a fiasco: Rachel presents herself at the wedding in a pink marshmallow dress; walks up the aisle with her butt showing; and is the target of a bet placed by Barry in which she would be out of the wedding by 9:45. She does, however, have the guts to stay through the whole wedding and sing "Copacabana" in front of everyone.
Rachel asks Ross for any sexual fantasies he has. He admits that he likes the Star Wars scene with Princess Leia in the gold bikini, which she re-enacts for him (The One With The Princess Leia Fantasy). Being in a relationship with Ross for quite some time now, she acts as relationship counselor for Chandler, and gives him advice on how to behave with Janice (his annoying on-and-off girlfriend) in various situations (The One With The Metaphorical Tunnel).
Rachel has some casual issues in the next few episodes, such as having trouble with being the peacemaker between Ross and her father. Although they do find Rachel's flaws an interesting subject at brunch the next day (The One With The Race Car Bed). On Thanksgiving Day, the friends decide to play football while they wait for dinner to finish cooking. Rachel is the last to be picked, since she is terrible at sports. Ironically, she is the one who wins the game for the girls (The One With the Football). Sometime later, she is convinced by Chandler and Joey to quit her waitressing job at Central Perk (The One Where Rachel Quits), so she can be free to pursue a career in fashion. Much to her chagrin, she gets a job pouring coffee at a clothing store. At the Moondance Diner, Rachel meets Mark from Bloomingdale's, who helps her get a job in his department (The One Where Chandler Can't Remember Which Sister). This is the cause of Ross' jealousy (The One With All The Jealousy), which leads to some issues between him and Rachel.
Rachel has to work on her and Ross' one-year anniversary. Wanting to make a romantic gesture, Ross brings a picnic to her work. After Ross accidentally sets some papers on fire, Rachel kicks him out of the office. Ross waits for her at the ladies' apartment, where they have a serious argument that ends with Rachel telling Ross that they should, "take a break." Rachel spends the evening alone, until Mark comes over. Ross finds Joey and Chandler, who convince him to call Rachel. When he hears Mark's voice over the phone, however, Ross assumes the worst: that Rachel is now involved with Mark. Ross hangs up on Rachel and spends the night with Chloe, the copy girl from the Xerox place (The One Where Ross And Rachel Take A Break). Rachel feels awful how she left things with Ross, and makes up with him at his apartment. Things are going well for the couple until Gunther tells Rachel about Ross' night with Chloe. The fight she and Ross have at her apartment is the worst one ever, trapping the rest of the gang in Monica's bedroom. They break up, tearfully and sadly (The One With The Morning After).
Ross and Rachel, embittered by their break-up, bicker all the time. Ross constantly reminds Rachel that they, "were on a break!" while Rachel is convinced that Ross cheated on her. The anger they feel is so extreme that Rachel invites everyone but Ross for a weekend ski trip. However, she is forced to accept his help when Phoebe's car runs out of gas (The One Without The Ski Trip). After another argument, Rachel decides to get back at Ross by dating Mark. It is when Ross gives her back her favorite t-shirt (one that used to belong to Ross) that she decides to work on forgiving him (The One With The Tiny T-Shirt). Ross insists on taking Rachel to the hospital after she breaks her rib, missing out on an appearance on a TV program to help her. When Rachel finds out about the sacrifice Ross has made on her behalf, she tells him that it's the sweetest thing he's ever done (The One With A Chick And A Duck).
When Phoebe asks her for permission to set up Ross with Bonnie, Rachel does not give her the go-ahead until Phoebe mentions that Bonnie's bald. When Rachel finds out that Bonnie is no longer bald, she becomes upset (The One With The Ultimate Fighting Champion). Rachel is so jealous that she convinces Bonnie to shave her head so that Ross will break up with her. She also confesses to Ross that she might want to get back together with him. They even share a kiss, after which she goes upstairs to wait for him (The One At The Beach).
Ross enters Rachel's room, surprised when he sees Rachel applying after-sun lotion on Bonnie's bald, sunburned head. Bonnie heads back into the bedroom that she and Ross share, and Ross and Rachel resume their interrupted kiss. Things don't go beyond this, as Rachel insists that Ross break up with Bonnie. He ends his relationship with Bonnie, who takes a cab back to her home. Rachel, meanwhile, has written an 18-page letter which she wants Ross to read before they get back together. Having failed to go through the whole letter, Ross wakes up in the morning and tells a worried Rachel that he read the entire letter twice. He is thrown off-course when she asks him, "Does it?" He unknowingly agrees that it does, which leads Rachel to get back together with him. Ross finds out that he unknowingly agreed to take full responsibility for everything which went wrong in their relationship. The couple have sex in Rachel's bedroom, but her continuous references to the letter makes their break-up definitive. When she accuses him of cheating on her with Chloe, Ross explodes, yelling, "We were on a break!!!" Needless to say, their relationship is ended once again. Rachel does what she can to humiliate and provoke Ross. For example, she forces him to apologize to a cat (The One With The Cat). Things with Ross reached their peak in a dating war which Ross begins by dating a single mother, leading to Rachel dating a college student. It takes a sick Monica to reveal the truth about Ross's babysitting "dates" and Rachel's thieving college boyfriend (The One With Joey's New Girlfriend). Rachel urges Chandler to break up with her boss,Joanna. Later, she finds him half-naked and handcuffed to her Joanna's office chair. She makes sure that this time, Chandler finally breaks up with Joanna (The One With The Cuffs).Rachel, teamed up with Monica, competes with Chandler and Joey in a "Who Knows Who Better?" competition. Minutes later, the game becomes a real competition. Money is not enough to bet, and both teams are tied in teh end. Eventually, the girls lose their apartment to Chandler and Joey (The One With The Embryos).
Now single and living in a small, dingy apartment, matters becomes worse for Rachel when she is demoted to the position of Personal Shopper at Bloomingdale's. Rachel is about to quit, until she meets her attractive new client: Joshua Bergin (The One With Rachel's Crush). Her crush comes at a costly price, and her boss's niece ends up with Ross (The One With Joey's Dirty Day). In order to attract Joshua, Rachel throws a surprise party for Emily Waltham, her boss's niece and Ross's new girlfriend. She suggests a game of Spin the Bottle as a weak attempt to kiss Joshua. When she spins the bottle and it lands on Joshua, her attempt at kissing him is interrupted when Phoebe feels the triplets kicking for the first time. Trying to seduce Joshua further, Rachel performs a cheerleading act, only to chip a tooth. She tries to slyly pull her bra out through her sleeve, which doesn't work. With a bra stuck in her sleeve and a chipped tooth, Rachel is crushed when she hears that Joshua thinks that it's not the right time for him to date as he just got divorced. Soon after, Joshua comes back to kiss her (The One With The Fake Party). Things with Joshua go well until Ross and Emily announce their engagement (The One With All The Haste). Her competition with Ross pushes her to propose to Joshua, who freaks out. He finally breaks up with her when she accidentally answers the door in a wedding dress, saying, "I doooo!" (The One With All The Wedding Dresses).
Ross invites Rachel to his wedding in London. She refuses to come, claiming that their history would make it too painful for her to watch the ceremony (The One With The Invitation). Phoebe makes her reason things out, and Rachel realizes she's still in love with Ross. Determined to share her feelings with Ross, Rachel sets off to London, leaving a very pregnant Phoebe behind. Phoebe calls Joey to warn him about Rachel coming to ruin Ross' wedding, but Rachel can't bring herself to tell Ross when she sees how happy he is with Emily. All she is able to say is, "Congratulations." The wedding begins with Rachel sitting among the guests. During the vows, Ross looks at Emily and says "Rachel" instead of "Emily" (The One With Ross' Wedding, Part 2).
Rachel is surprised as anyone else to hear Ross say "Rachel" instead of "Emily," but the wedding goes on. Emily angrily shoves the ring onto Ross' finger, and the Gellers remark that the wedding is turning out, "worse than when he married a lesbian." Rachel ruins Monica and Chandler's plans to have sex when she goes to chat on the phone with Phoebe about the turnout of events. Rachel is crushed to hear Ross remark that she doesn't mean anything to him. In the end, she agrees to join him on his honeymoon as a friend. Emily arrives to see them departing together. Ross realizes what it looks like and chases his wife, leaving Rachel alone on the plane to Greece (The One After Ross Says Rachel).
After her return from Greece, Rachel is so frustrated over her past love life decisions that she decides to leave her future ones to Monica. Monica sets her up with a handsome man who frequents Central Perk. Seeing a depressed Ross on the couch, Rachel decides to blow her date off and console Ross with the goal of telling him her feelings. She does tell him, but she realizes the absurdity of the statement. After laughing hysterically, she asks Ross to forget it ever happened (The One With All the Kissing).
Emily agrees to come to New York and work on her marriage with Ross under one condition: that he never sees Rachel again. Unknowingly, Rachel convinces Ross to do so. But when she finds out what he agreed to, she gets mad at him (The One With the Kips). She admits to Ross that she doesn't want to stop seeing him. When he does see her one last time and tells Emily over the phone about this, Emily announces that their marriage is over because she can no longer trust him.
Rachel dates Danny (who she fogged in The One With the Yeti), even though she has played hardball with him (The One Where Ross Moves In). She finds it disturbing that he and his sister are close on the border of incest, so she breaks up with him (The One With the Inappropriate Sister).Rachel decides that her New Year's Resolution will be not to gossip, but she is pushed to the limit when she finds out about Chandler and Monica's secret relationship (The One With All The Resolutions). She decides to confront them. After hearing Monica telling Chandler how hard it is to lie to Rachel, she lets it go.
She also helps Joey in picking up clothes and finds a man's handbag for him (The One With Joey's Bag). Her fashion tips, which are supposed to help him get an audition, are the reason why he doesn't get the part.
Rachel decides to use practical jokes on Monica and Chandler to help Phoebe uncover the whole truth about their relationship (The One Where Everybody Finds Out).
After Ross moves into a new apartment, Rachel goes to a furniture store with him to help him pick out a new couch. She is angered and embarrassed when Ross, who is irritated when an employee implies that Rachel is way out of Ross' league, informs the employee that they had sex 298 times. She and Chandler help transport the couch to Ross' apartment, although they don't succeed and the couch ends up being sawed in half (The One With The Cop).
Rachel gets a job interview at Ralph Lauren, but she accidentally kisses her interviewer. In a second interview, she blows him off by misinterpreting a gesture that he makes as a sexual innuendo. In the end, he hires her. Rachel causes further embarrassment when she reaches out to shake her new boss's hand, only to accidentally grab his crotch (The One With Rachel's Inadvertent Kiss). Rachel tries to smoke to fit in with her new colleague and boss,Kim. They leave her out anyway, and she stops smoking (The One Where Rachel Smokes).
To prove that she's over Ross, Rachel sets him up on a date because he tries and fails to flirt with the pizza delivery girl (The One Where Ross Can't Flirt). She's the one to hear Emily's message for Ross about starting things up again, and she convinces Ross to forget about his ex-wife because of the pain she has caused him (The One With the Ride-Along).
When everyone but Ross and Rachel leaves for Vegas, Rachel walks around the apartment naked and accidentally catches Ross's attention. Seeing her naked makes him assume she wants sex with him, a fact that she denies when he comes over. This is the cause of a continuous series of pranks they play on each other. This results in them getting married in Vegas, drunk and their faces painted with Sharpie.
Rachel settles for an annulment, leaving Ross to take care of the details. Ross doesn't want another divorce and cannot get the annulment, so he stays married to Rachel until she finds out (The One Where Joey Loses His Insurance). Rachel takes care of the forms, albeit in an extravagant manner which makes Ross appear to be a gay heroin addict. She confesses to him that this divorce is actually her fault, as she was the one to drunkenly suggest the marriage (The One With Joey's Porsche).Rachel has to face another hard reality: Chandler is moving in with Monica, which means that Rachel has to move out (The One Where Ross Hugs Rachel). There are mixed feelings, but Rachel finally accepts the reality of not having Monica as her roommate (The One on the Last Night). Rachel moves in with Phoebe (The One Where Phoebe Runs) and furnishes their apartment with Pottery Barn products, much to Phoebe's initial dismay and, later, delight (The One With the Apothecary Table). Her stay is cut short by a fire in the apartment, and she moves in with Joey until her apartment is refurnished (The One Where Ross Dates a Student).
Rachel is pointed out to be a push-over, a fact which makes Phoebe prefer her as a lesbian date to high-maintenance Monica (The One With the Joke).
Rachel's youngest sister, Jill, pays Rachel a visit (The One With Rachel's Sister) and dates Ross, much to Rachel's chagrin. Ross realizes that nothing can happen between him and Rachel in the future if something happens between him and Jill, so he breaks up with Jill. This is not only the key to Rachel forgiving Ross, but also the cue for Chandler to cry (The One Where Chandler Can't Cry).
Rachel becomes involved with Paul Stevens, the father of Ross's girlfriend, Elizabeth (The One Where Ross Meets Elizabeth's Dad). Despite the fact that Ross is uncomfortable with the idea of his ex-girlfriend dating his current girlfriend's father, Rachel remains in a relationship with Paul until she dumps him because of his incessant crying (The One With The Ring).
Despite stating that she isn't jealous of Monica and Chandler's engagement, Rachel agrees to "bonus night" with Ross. They make out in the hallway, where Monica sees them. This leads to Monica calling off the celebrations of her engagement, as she is tired of Rachel stealing the spotlight (The One With Monica's Thunder).Rachel is promoted to Merchandising Manager for polo retail at Ralph Lauren, a position which allows her to hire a personal assistant. This is how she meets Tag, her young, gorgeous boyfriend (The One With Rachel's Assistant). She spends the night with Tag in the office, looking for important contracts to Milan which she did not send out. To save face, she prefers to blame Tag for the mistake (The One Where They're Up All Night). Because Tag is not part of her committed future plans, she breaks up with him on her 30th birthday (The One Where They All Turn Thirty).
Rachel is portrayed as something of a sweet tooth, sharing several cheesecakes with Chandler and even eating the last of them off the hallway floor (The One With All The Cheesecakes).
When Joey is nominated for a Soapie award, Rachel is the only one of the girls to know what a Soapie is. Joey invites her to the awards ceremony, and Rachel admits that she uses a shampoo bottle in the shower to practice her acceptance speech after winning a Grammy (The One With Joey's Award).
Rachel is reunited with Melissa, the girl who she made out with back in senior year in college. Due to Phoebe's skepticism and Melissa's denials, Rachel kisses Melissa again. This rekindles the latter's bisexual nature and her attraction to Rachel. Shocked, Rachel rejects her (The One With Rachel's Big Kiss).
On the night before Chandler and Monica's wedding, Phoebe and Rachel find a positive pregnancy test in Monica's bathroom. Despite agreeing with Phoebe that Monica is pregnant, Rachel hides her pregnancy.
At the wedding reception, Rachel confesses her pregnancy to Phoebe and Monica (The One After 'I Do'). Later on, she confesses her pregnancy to Joey and Tag (The One With the Red Sweater). Finally, she tells Ross that he is the father (The One Where Rachel Tells Ross). The baby was conceived during a passionate encounter that Ross and Rachel shared when Rachel was supposed to prepare wedding invitations.
A videotape proves that Rachel was the one who made the first move (The One With the Video Tape). Wanting to maintain a love life, Rachel goes out with a soap opera actor named Kash Ford. When she tells him that she's pregnant, Kash blows her off. On the verge of telling Ross that she is considering rekindling their relationship, she is blown off by Ross for Mona at the coffee-house (The One With Rachel's Date). She is the reason why Ross and Mona break up (The One With the Birthing Video).
Rachel becomes the source of Joey's attraction, and possibly only love, which he confesses to the others (The One Where Chandler Takes a Bath). Joey's confession of love is rejected by Rachel, who does not think of him that way (The One Where Joey Tells Rachel). This is the cause of some uncomfortable situations between the two (The One With the Tea Leaves).
During Thanksgiving dinner, Rachel is reunited with Will Colbert. Will, who used to be overweight, is now a handsome man who has hated Rachel since high school. Together with Will, Ross co-founded an "I Hate Rachel Green" club in high school. It was formed by only three people, one of whom was a foreign exchange student who didn't know what the club was about. Will and Ross spread a rumor that Rachel was a hermaphrodite. Enraged, Rachel tells everyone that she knows about Ross and the librarian he made out with.
Rachel wins over most of the attention, first by moving in with Ross (The One With the Birthing Video) and denying him dates (The One With the Cooking Class); her lateness of the delivery of the baby (The One Where Rachel is Late), which becomes the source of Phoebe's and Monica's bets. In The One Where Rachel Has A Baby Part 1 Rachel goes into a painful and long labor. During Rachel's labor Ross's mom gives him his grandmother's engagement ring to give to Rachel, Ross takes it but does not plan to purpose. In The One Where Rachel Has A Baby Part 2 Rachel gives birth to a baby girl name Emma. At the end of The One Where Rachel Has A Baby Part 2 the ring falls out from Ross's bag, and Joey picks it up and shows it to Rachel, but when he showed it to her and she said "Yes" thinking he was purposing. but later on things become difficult.
Season 9EditThe One With the Male Nanny). Rachel refuses to sing "Baby Got Back," a song that makes Emma laugh. Finally, she gives in and is delighted when she hears her daughter giggle (The One With Ross' Inappropriate Song).
Things start to change when Ross, who is not going out on dates, learns that Rachel is interested in dating other men. As a result, he keeps Bill's number from Rachel (The One With Rachel's Phone Number). Things for Rachel get even more complicated when she kisses Gavin, her new colleague, during her birthday party; a kiss which Ross sees from his apartment (The One With Phoebe's Rats). When Ross brings home a rebound date, Rachel learns that Ross threw out Bill's number. She becomes so angry that she moves in with Joey (The One Where Monica Sings).
As time goes by, Rachel becomes interested in Joey. She dreams that she's helping Joey study his lines, but is completely turned on by him. She kisses him, at which point the dream ends. She decides to tell Joey how she feels, but Ross's co-worker, Charlie, gets with Joey before Rachel can tell him anything (The One With the Soap Opera Party). Because of her jeaousy, Rachel mostly maintains a cold rapport with Charlie. This lasts until Charlie breaks up with Joey in Barbados, so she can be with Ross. Rachel admits that she's interested in Joey, which causes his feelings for her to resurface. They decide not to do anything that would hurt Ross, until Joey sees Ross kissing Charlie. He walks slowly and steadily to Rachel's room and knocks on her door. When Rachel opens the door, Joey kisses her.
Rachel and Joey are now a couple, although they have no idea how they are going to tell Ross about their relationship. This problem is solved when Ross sees them kissing. It is made clear that Ross is not taking this well, but he announces that he will support them anyway (The One Where Ross is Fine).
Rachel focuses more and more on her daughter, throwing a party to celebrate her child's first birthday (The One With the Cake). She allows her younger sister, Amy, to babysit Emma. Later on, she is horrified when she discovers that Amy allowed Emma's ears to be pierced. Rachel enters her daughter in a baby beauty contest, which Emma wins (The One With the Late Thanksgiving). Rachel becomes so overprotective that she is reluctant to allow her daughter to use the swings at the park (The One With the Home Study).
Phoebe, Joey and Rachel believe that Chandler is having an affair. In reality, the woman that Chandler is with is a real estate agent: Chandler and Monica are searching for a house, as they are planning on starting a family.
Rachel's father has a heart attack, and the stress causes Rachel to turn to Ross for sympathy sex. After Ross rejects Rachel's offer, they consider sleeping together as, "off the table." However, she informed Ross that, "With us, it's never off the table."
When her boss at Ralph Lauren catches her interviewing for another job, Rachel is fired. While moving her things out of her old office, Rachel and Ross run into Mark from Bloomingdale's. Ross doesn't remember him, until Rachel reminds him of the fact that Ross was insanely jealous of Mark (The One With Princess Consuela). Ross becomes jealous yet again, not wanting Rachel to go to dinner with Mark until he finds out that Mark is married with twins on the way.Mark offers Rachel a job with Louis Vuitton in Paris, France, which she accepts. Monica organizes a going-away party. Rachel gives individual goodbyes to all except Ross, who confronts her about it. Rachel later shows up at Ross's apartment, explaining that she didn't say goodbye to him because it was too difficult due to the fact that he means more to her than the others. Just as she's about to leave, Ross kisses her.
Ross is convinced that his passionate night with Rachel means that she is going to stay, and he is heartbroken when she announces that their final night together was, "the perfect way to say goodbye." Ross eventually reaches her at the airport, confesses his love, and begs her to stay. Confused, Rachel gets on the plane. A broken-hearted Ross goes to his apartment and checks the messages on his answering machine. The one he hears is from Rachel, who admits that she's in love with him and demands that she be allowed to leave the plane. Rachel makes it back to Ross's apartment, and they are reunited once again.
It is possible that they are married, as Joey has said that all of his friends are married, settled down, and with families (Joey).
Rachel is an extremely beautiful young woman with blue eyes and her skin color is tan, (yet it becomes white at times) and she has a really nice body. She has had the most hairstyles. In Season 1, it is short and brown until Season 3, when it becomes longer. In Season 4, her hair turns blonde. At the end of Season 6, her hair becomes even longer. Later in Season 7, her hair is chopped off into a short bob. By the end of the series, her hair is fairly long again.
Rachel's personality evolves somewhat over the series. Early on, she is portrayed as a spoiled daddy's girl. Later on in the series, especially after she gives birth, she becomes less self-absorbed. However, she remains the one who is most focused on her image.
Rachel's catchphrase is "Noooooooo!" In one of Season 5's episodes, Rachel and Monica play back a message left by Ross' ex-wife Emily. It is Monica who says, "Noooooo!" and Rachel responds with Monica's catchphrase, "I know!"
Being a spoiled woman who is used to people doing things for her, Rachel admits to Treeger that she has never taken the trash out. Treeger then yells at her, because she has clogged up the trash chute with a pizza box. Rachel returns to the apartment in tears and exaggerates the situation, going so far as to say that she was almost killed. When Monica says that Rachel always cries, Rachel tearfully denies this accusation (The One With the Ballroom Dancing).
When Rachel, Phoebe and Monica attend a sale in Brooklyn to find Monica's wedding dress, a confrontation takes place. Rachel is found huddled in a rack, terrified, blowing her panic whistle. When told by Phoebe to get up because Monica needs help, Rachel insists that Phoebe hold her hand (The One With the Cheap Wedding Dress).
Rachel is not always a wimp, however. She has been proven to be a harsh, violent woman. For instance, she admits to clocking a woman for trying to steal her umbrella (The One With Joey's Dirty Day).
One of Rachel's closest friends is Monica, her best friend since they were six-years-old. In high school, Rachel was a popular cheerleader with a string of boyfriends. Meanwhile, Monica was her less attractive and overweight best friend. They lost contact for a number of years, to the point where Monica was convinced that she would never become close friends with Rachel again. However, they became close again when Rachel left Barry and moved in with Monica.
During the period that they live together, Rachel is revealed to be an exceptionally good roommate. As Monica tells Phoebe, Rachel has sweet little quirks, such as folding back the pages in catalogs of things she thinks Monica would like. She also leaves messages on the mirror when Monica takes a shower, and lets Monica borrow her hundred-plus pairs of boots.
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Rachel's other best friend is Phoebe, who meets Rachel at Central Perk on the day of Rachel's wedding. Phoebe and Rachel consider starting a new group of friends with Joey after Emily tells Ross to avoid seeing Rachel (The One With the Kips). Rachel says, "We can start a new group. You and me. We're the best ones," and Phoebe replies, "Okay. but let's try to get Joey." This never happens, as Ross cannot go without seeing Rachel and the group remains as it is.
Rachel and Phoebe live together after Chandler and Monica move in together. Phoebe and Rachel's apartment catches fire, causing Phoebe to temporarily live in Monica's apartment and Rachel to live in Joey's (The One Where Ross Dates a Student). The apartment is fixed, and Phoebe and Rachel decide to move back in. However, the repair work leaves them with only one bedroom. Phoebe decides to live there on her own, while Rachel continues to live with Joey (The One With the Holiday Armadillo).
Joey and Rachel first meet at Central Perk, after Rachel leaves Barry at the altar. They become close friends.
Jealous of Chandler and Monica's love for each other, Joey becomes convinced that he might be able to have a relationship with Rachel as they are already friends.
At different points in their lives, Joey and Rachel realize they have feelings for each other. Ross and Joey's girlfriend, Charlie Wheeler, realize that they have a lot in common and decide to pursue a relationship. Meanwhile, Joey and Rachel discover their feelings for each other, and they decide to date (The One In Barbados, Part 2). They attempt to hide their relationship from Ross, not knowing how to tell him that they are together. Ross walks in on them kissing and pretends to be fine with Rachel dating Joey, but he isn't. He is so rattled that he acts strangely when he and Charlie decide to have dinner with Joey and Rachel (The One Where Ross is Fine). Ross finally decides to step aside, and to allow Joey and Rachel to be with each other if that's what they really want.
Joey and Rachel decide that dating each other is too weird, when their attempts to go further than kissing are hampered by their complete awareness that it is the other touching them (The One With Ross' Tan).
Rachel and Chandler met in the 1980s when she was introduced to him through Ross. Their first meeting was at a Thanksgiving celebration at the Geller home. The pair met again at a party at Ross and Chandler's college in the winter of 1987 (The One Where the Stripper Cries). At this party, Chandler and a drunk Rachel shared a kiss. (It was revealed that the only reason Chandler kissed Rachel was to get back at Ross for kissing a girl he liked.)
In 1993, they met again at a bar which would be torn down to make room for the gang's frequent hangout spot Central Perk. Rachel hadn't seen Monica, Ross, or Chandler since her days in high school. At the bar, Chandler overheard Rachel talking to some friends about how she wanted to have one last night of meaningless sex before her marriage to Barry. She added that she wanted to have sex with the first guy she laid her eyes on, which happened to be Chandler. They never did hook up, but Rachel did have a fantasy about him (The One With the Flashback).
Rachel and Chandler cross paths again in 1994, when Rachel storms into Central Perk looking for Monica. Through the course of the series, Rachel and Chandler's relationship grows. They share a close friendship, often consoling and confiding in one another. On one particular occasion, they share a stolen cheesecake with each other and conceal it from the others. Particularly in earlier seasons, they go out to lunch together a few times.
When Rachel decides to move to Paris, France, her goodbye with Chandler is short and sweet. Chandler simply tells her that he loves her and that he will miss her.
Ross GellerEditRachel has been involved in a turbulent on-again, off-again relationship with Monica's older brother, Ross. Ross has been in love with Rachel since the ninth grade. When Rachel moves in with Monica, Ross realizes that he's still in love with her. After a rocky start, the two finally got together (The One With the Prom Video).
After an argument over Rachel's friendship with Mark Robinson, Rachel announces that they are taking, "a break." Ross, thinking that Rachel is ending the relationship, gets drunk and sleeps with Chloe. When Rachel decides that she wants to make things work with Ross, he becomes determined to prevent her from finding out about his one-night stand. Rachel eventually finds out about Ross's indiscretion, and the pair argue in Monica's living room while their friends are trapped in Monica's bedroom. Rachel ends the relationship, and the two bicker for a long while.
When Ross decides to marry his British girlfriend, Emily Waltham, Rachel realizes that she's still in love with Ross ... despite the fact that she's involved with someone else. Rachel flies to London to tell Ross how she feels, only to change her mind when she sees how happy Emily makes him. The wedding is ruined, however, when Ross accidentally says Rachel's name instead of Emily's during the wedding vows. Despite the fact that Ross is desperately trying to convince his new wife to forgive him, Rachel tells him that he is still in love with him. They decide to pretend that her declaration of love never happened, due to her embarrassment and his marriage to Emily. The marriage ended due to Emily's inability to trust Ross after the, "I, Ross, take thee, Rachel," incident.
On a trip to Vegas, Ross and Rachel got married after a drinking binge. Unable to get an annulment, they had to divorce instead. Years later, Rachel and Ross slept together. This encounter resulted in a pregnancy, and Rachel gave birth to a daughter: Emma Geller-Green. For a time, they decided to remain friends and roommates. Eventually, they reunited for good when they realized that they still loved each other.
In the first episode of the spin-off Joey, Joey hints that Ross and Rachel got married but it's never proved.
Emma is Ross and Rachel's daughter, conceived during an encounter in Joey's and Rachel's apartment. The name Emma was originally chosen by Monica as the name she wanted to use for her future daughter. Before deciding on Emma, Ross and Rachel discussed several other names: Delilah was nixed because Rachel felt that it made her daughter sound like a Biblical whore, and Isabella was nixed as well.
It should be noted that in a season 2 episode, Ross states that he would like to name his daughter Emily. It is possible that Ross decided against this name after his failed marriage to Emily Waltham.
While still living with Ross and Rachel, Emma laughs at her parents singing Baby Got Back. Rachel is afraid to admit that she cannot make her laugh any other way. Until they get into a fight and Rachel moves in with Joey, Emma lives with both parents. In the series finale, her parents reconcile.
Sandra and Leonard GreenEdit
Rachel's mother, Sandra, has a way of being dominating and unpleasant without going overboard. She's also harsh when it comes to her opinions. (Example: She has suggested moving into Ross's apartment after Emma's birth, and she has added that his "dinosaur things" belong in the garbage.) It is implied that Rachel used to be like her mother before she turned her life around and moved to the city. She managed to avoid a loveless marriage, while her mother married, "her Barry." During her first visit to Rachel's NYC apartment, Mrs. Green admits that she wants a life that is similar to her daughter's.
Rachel's father, Dr. Leonard Green, is a very dominating, strict and harsh man. He has a striking sense of sarcasm and what he deems right or wrong, but he's not afraid of spoiling his daughters. (Rachel claims that her father bought her her own boat to cheer her up when her pony fell ill.) When his daughters do something that he doesn't like, he has the tendency to cut them off financially. Despite being quite generous when it comes to his daughters, he shares very little of his wealth with others. This is proven when he leaves a 2% tip after going out to eat with Rachel and Ross.Edit
During their marriage, Rachel's parents' love life was practically non-existent. In fact, they married for the sake of money. According to Rachel, they barely spoke during their marriage ... except when they argued. After their divorce, they could not stand to be in the same room as each other. This led to Rachel's friends throwing her two birthday parties at the same time: one with Rachel's mother in Monica's apartment, and the other with Rachel's father in the guys' apartment.
Jill and Amy GreenEdit
Jill is Rachel's favorite sister, despite being extremely spoiled. During her visit when their father decides to financially cut her off, Jill scoffs at the idea of dating Ross. She changes her mind, however, when she decides to get back at Rachel. The relationship is ended by Ross, because he doesn't want anything to interfere with his ability to reunite with Rachel.
Unlike Jill, Amy doesn't even recognize Ross. In fact, she is convinced that he's a falafel seller. During Thanksgiving dinner, Phoebe says that Amy is the "bitter one." Rachel and Amy don't have a close relationship, like the one Rachel and Jill have. When Amy visits during Emma's first Thanksgiving, she only says, "Hi." Then she announces that she wants to borrow a hair straightener, referring to Emma as "Emmett" because she believes the baby is a boy.
Ida is Rachel's grandmother, who is referred to by some as "Spuds." When Rachel finds out that some cute guys live in her grandmother's building, she says, "No sense of personal space? Kinda smells like chicken? Looks like a potato? That's my bubbe!" (This is another indication that Rachel is of Jewish descent, as the word "bubbe" means "grandmother" in Yiddish.)
Rachel gets her first job as a waitress at Central Perk. She is a terrible waitress, taking long breaks to sit with her friends and regularly mixing up orders. Joey and Chandler convince Rachel to quit her job at the coffee shop so she can focus on pursuing a career in fashion. She is hired on as a personal assistant at Fortunata Fashions, where she (ironically) pours coffee.
She becomes the women's wear co-ordinator at Ralph Lauren. She has an affair with her assistant, Tag Jones. When acquaintances are impressed by Rachel's occupation and query whether Rachel knows Ralph Lauren himself, she always says that she does. However, when they reply, "Really?" she admits she actually does not.
Rachel is fired from Ralph Lauren when her boss overhears her conducting a job interview with a representative from Gucci. She is offered a lucrative job in Paris with Louis Vuitton by her ex-colleague, Mark. Upset by Rachel's impending move to Paris, Ross bribes Rachel's ex-boss from Ralph Lauren into giving Rachel her job back. Initially, Rachel declines this offer and decides to accept the job with Louis Vuitton. However, she cancels her plans to leave New York after she realizes she is still in love with Ross.
For six years, Rachel lived in Monica's apartment. They had a likeable, enduring chemistry which was to become one of the main elements of the show.
When Chandler and Monica decided to live together, Rachel moved in with Phoebe. The two women squabbled over things like Pottery Barn furniture and their morning jogging routine.
After Phoebe's apartment burned down, Rachel moved in with Joey. This lasted until Rachel gave birth and decided to move in with Ross. After arguing with Ross, Rachel moved back in with Joey again.
It is often incorrectly stated that she has never lived with Chandler. When Phoebe's apartment burned down, Rachel briefly moved back to Monica's apartment before she moved in with Joey the next day when it was learned that it was her hair straightener that caused the fire.
Some inconsistency in the spelling of Rachel's surname has led to confusion. In the credits, it is spelled as "Green" when referring to the surnames of her parents. However, within the show itself it has been spelled "Greene," including when her name is written on an invitation sent out by Ross and a subsequent RSVP. The name plate on her office door also says Greene. Also in the hospital, when Emma is in the caring room her name tag says "Greene."
The subtitles of the DVDs change: In the earliest seasons' DVDs it's spelled Greene, changing later to Green.
Age and BirthdayEdit
Although Rachel's age is treated inconsistently by the show's writers, like all birthdays, the best evidence is that she was born on May 5, 1970 or 1971.
Month and DayEdit
In "The One With Joey's New Girlfriend," Rachel tells Gunther her birthday is May 5. This is consistent with the month of birthday parties thrown for her on the show.
- The party in "The One Where Rachel Finds Out," which aired in May, 1995.
- Season five's month-early surprise party in "The One Where Rachel Smokes," which aired in April 1999.
Rachel's 30th birthday, however, is celebrated in February in season seven's "The One Where They All Turn Thirty," which aired on February 8, 2001. (There is no question that the party is on the birthday itself: Rachel, at one point, says, "In Guam, I'm still 29".) Rachel also mentions that her birthday is after Valentine's Day in, "The One With The Girl From Poughkeepsie" ("Next thing you know, it'll be Valentine's Day, then my birthday, then ... Bang! They're lighting that damned tree again.") A birthday in February is also consistent with Rachel's statement to a police officer in season seven that she is an Aquarius (Jan. 21-Feb. 19). May 5 would make her a Taurus.
Year of BirthEdit
A 30th birthday in 2001 (season seven's "The One Where They All Turn Thirty") implies that Rachel was born in 1971. Her 30th birthday is celebrated as the last, while the 30th birthdays of the others are shown in the flashbacks. This makes her the youngest of all six. However, a 29th birthday in 1999 (season five's "The One Where Rachel Smokes") implies that she was born in 1970. In other episodes, Rachel's stated age is inconsistent with birth in either 1970 or 1971, and advances at varying speeds. Chandler refers to her as 28 in season three's "The One Where Rachel Quits" (December 12, 1996), but 15 months later Rachel describes herself as "a 28-year old cheerleader with a fat lip" in season four's "The One with The Fake Party" (March 19, 1998). While these differences appear as inconsistencies, it may be in keeping with Rachel's character to shield her actual age.
Technically, this is how Rachel's age should have gone during the series; 1 (24-25), 2 (25-26), 3 (26-27), 4 (27-28), 5 (28-29), 6 (29-30), 7 (30-31), 8 (31-32), 9 (32-33), 10 (33-34).
- Before Jennifer Aniston was cast, Leah Remini was supposed to play Rachel.
- Rachel has kissed all five of her friends. She kissed:
- Ross - Numerous times during the course of the show, the first on-screen kiss being in The One With the East German Laundry Detergent and the last one in The Last One;
- Chandler - At a college party in "The One Where the Stripper Cries" and again in "The One With All the Kissing";
- Joey - "The One With All the Resolutions" and numerous times during their brief relationship during the tenth season;
- Phoebe - As an experiment, initiated by Phoebe, after Rachel's dinner with her former sorority sister Melissa in The One With Rachel's Big Kiss; and
- Monica - After striking a deal with Chandler and Joey to get their apartment back, they kissed for one minute in front of them. (This one is off-screen.)
- Rachel has lived in all of her friends' apartments:
- Monica - Rachel lived with Monica for the first couple of seasons and then again after the fire at Phoebe's apartment;
- Ross - Rachel lived with Ross after moving out of Joey's and also after the end of the series;
- Joey - Rachel lived with Joey after the fire at Phoebe's, and then moved back in after an argument with Ross;
- Chandler - Rachel temporarily lived with him after the fire at Phoebe's place, thinking Phoebe started the fire; and
- Phoebe - Rachel lived with Phoebe until the fire.
- One of Rachel's trademark expressions when shocked or angry is to drag out the enunciation of the word, "no", usually with deep inflection. This was periodically paired with Monica's, "I know!"
- Two of Jennifer Aniston's real-life boyfriends portrayed characters on the show: Tate Donovan as Rachel's boyfriend Joshua Bergin during the fourth season (from The One With Rachel's Crush to The One With All the Wedding Dresses) and Brad Pitt as Will Culbert, a high school classmate whose intense hatred for Rachel was revealed when he came to Thanksgiving dinner in "The One With The Rumor". (Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston were actually married by the time the episode aired).
- In Season 2, Rachel gets a tattoo of a red heart on her hip.
- Rachel is the only female of the group who has carried her own child. She is also the only one who never intended on getting pregnant.
- She is the only one in the group to never propose; this, however, is debatable because she admits to Ross that it was her idea for them to get married in Vegas.
- Chandler: In The One With The Proposal, Part 2 he proposed after Monica failed.
- Monica: In the same one as Chandler, though he took over
- Joey: He proposed to both Rachel and Pheobe, when he thought they were pregnant. In The One With The Red Sweater
- Pheobe: She proposes to Mike in The One Where Rachel's Sister Baby-Sits
- Ross: He proposes multiple times, as he is married 3 times.
- Rachel is the only one to never eat potato chips:
- During the series, Rachel slept with 15 men.
- Wikipedia has an article about Rachel.
- The Pilot (First appearance)
- The One With The Sonogram At The End
- The One With The Thumb
- The One With George Stephanopoulos
- The One With The East German Laundry Detergent
- The One With The Butt
- The One With The Blackout
- The One Where Nana Dies Twice
- The One Where Underdog Gets Away
- The One With The Monkey
- The One With Mrs. Bing
- The One With The Dozen Lasagnas
- The One With The Boobies
- The One With The Candy Hearts
- The One With The Stoned Guy
- The One With Two Parts, Part 1
- The One With Two Parts, Part 2
- The One With All The Poker
- The One Where The Monkey Gets Away
- The One With The Evil Orthodontist
- The One With The Fake Monica
- The One With The Birth
- The One Where Rachel Finds Out
- The One With Ross' New Girlfriend
- The One With The Breast Milk
- The One Where Heckles Dies
- The One With Phoebe's Husband
- The One With Five Steaks And An Eggplant
- The One With The Baby On The Bus
- The One Where Ross Finds Out
- The One With The List
- The One With Phoebe's Dad
- The One With Russ
- The One With The Lesbian Wedding
- The One After The Superbowl, Part 1
- The One After The Superbowl, Part 2
- The One With The Prom Video
- The One Where Ross And Rachel... You Know
- The One Where Joey Moves Out
- The One Where Eddie Moves In
- The One Where Dr. Ramoray Dies
- The One Where Eddie Won't Go
- The One Where Old Yeller Dies
- The One With The Bullies
- The One With Two Parties
- The One With The Chicken Pox
- The One With Barry And Mindy's Wedding
- The One With The Princess Leia Fantasy
- The One Where No One's Ready
- The One With The Jam
- The One With The Metaphorical Tunnel
- The One With Frank Jr.
- The One With The Flashback
- The One With The Race Car Bed
- The One With The Giant Poking Device
- The One With The Football
- The One Where Rachel Quits
- The One Where Chandler Can't Remember Which Sister
- The One With All The Jealousy
- The One Where Monica And Richard Are Friends
- The One With Phoebe's Ex-Partner
- The One Where Ross And Rachel Take A Break
- The One With The Morning After
- The One Without The Ski Trip
- The One With The Hypnosis Tape
- The One With The Tiny T-Shirt
- The One With The Dollhouse
- The One With A Chick And A Duck
- The One With The Screamer
- The One With Ross's Thing
- The One With The Ultimate Fighting Champion
- The One At The Beach
- The One With The Jellyfish
- The One With The Cat
- The One With The Cuffs
- The One With The Ballroom Dancing
- The One With Joey's New Girlfriend
- The One With The Dirty Girl
- The One Where Chandler Crosses The Line
- The One With Chandler In A Box
- The One Where They're Going To Party
- The One With The Girl From Poughkeepsie
- The One With Phoebe's Uterus
- The One With The Embryos
- The One With Rachel's Crush
- The One With Joey's Dirty Day
- The One With All The Rugby
- The One With The Fake Party
- The One With The Free Porn
- The One With Rachel's New Dress
- The One With All The Haste
- The One With All The Wedding Dresses
- The One With The Invitation
- The One With The Worst Best Man Ever
- The One With Ross' Wedding, Part 1
- The One With Ross' Wedding, Part 2
- The One After Ross Says Rachel
- The One With All The Kissing
- The One Hundredth
- The One Where Phoebe Hates PBS
- The One With The Kips
- The One With The Yeti
- The One Where Ross Moves In
- The One With All The Thanksgivings
- The One With Ross' Sandwich
- The One With The Inappropriate Sister
- The One With All The Resolutions
- The One With Chandler's Work Laugh
- The One With Joey's Bag
- The One Where Everybody Finds Out
- The One With The Girl Who Hits Joey
- The One With The Cop
- The One With Rachel's Inadvertent Kiss
- The One Where Rachel Smokes
- The One Where Ross Can't Flirt
- The One With The Ride-Along
- The One With The Ball
- The One With Joey's Big Break
- The One In Vegas, Part 1
- The One In Vegas, Part 2
- The One After Vegas
- The One Where Ross Hugs Rachel
- The One With Ross' Denial
- The One Where Joey Loses His Insurance
- The One With Joey's Porsche
- The One On The Last Night
- The One Where Phoebe Runs
- The One With Ross' Teeth
- The One Where Ross Got High
- The One With The Routine
- The One With The Apothecary Table
- The One With The Joke
- The One With Rachel's Sister
- The One Where Chandler Can't Cry
- The One That Could Have Been, Part 1
- The One That Could Have Been, Part 2
- The One With Unagi
- The One Where Ross Dates A Student
- The One With Joey's Fridge
- The One With Mac And C.H.E.E.S.E.
- The One Where Ross Meets Elizabeth's Dad
- The One Where Paul's The Man
- The One With The Ring
- The One With The Proposal, Part 1
- The One With The Proposal, Part 2
- The One With Monica's Thunder
- The One With Rachel's Book
- The One With Phoebe's Cookies
- The One With Rachel's Assistant
- The One With The Engagement Picture
- The One With The Nap Partners
- The One With Ross' Library Book
- The One Where Chandler Doesn't Like Dogs
- The One With All The Candy
- The One With The Holiday Armadillo
- The One With All The Cheesecakes
- The One Where They're Up All Night
- The One Where Rosita Dies
- The One Where They All Turn Thirty
- The One With Joey's New Brain
- The One With The Truth About London
- The One With The Cheap Wedding Dress
- The One With Joey's Award
- The One With Ross And Monica's Cousin
- The One With Rachel's Big Kiss
- The One With The Vows
- The One With Chandler's Dad
- The One With Monica And Chandler's Wedding, Part 1
- The One With Monica And Chandler's Wedding, Part 2
- The One After 'I Do'
- The One With The Red Sweater
- The One Where Rachel Tells...
- The One With The Videotape
- The One With Rachel's Date
- The One With The Halloween Party
- The One With The Stain
- The One With The Stripper
- The One With The Rumor
- The One With Monica's Boots
- The One With Ross' Step Forward
- The One Where Joey Dates Rachel
- The One Where Chandler Takes A Bath
- The One With The Secret Closet
- The One With The Birthing Video
- The One Where Joey Tells Rachel
- The One With The Tea Leaves
- The One In Massapequa
- The One With Joey's Interview
- The One With The Baby Shower
- The One With The Cooking Class
- The One Where Rachel Is Late
- The One Where Rachel Has A Baby, Part 1
- The One Where Rachel Has A Baby, Part 2
- The One Where No One Proposes
- The One Where Emma Cries
- The One With The Pediatrician
- The One With The Sharks
- The One With Phoebe's Birthday Dinner
- The One With The Male Nanny
- The One With Ross' Inappropriate Song
- The One With Rachel's Other Sister
- The One With Rachel's Phone Number
- The One With Christmas In Tulsa
- The One Where Rachel Goes Back To Work
- The One With Phoebe's Rats
- The One Where Monica Sings
- The One With The Blind Dates
- The One With The Mugging
- The One With The Boob Job
- The One With The Memorial Service
- The One With The Lottery
- The One With Rachel's Dream
- The One With The Soap Opera Party
- The One With The Fertility Test
- The One With The Donor
- The One In Barbados, Part 1
- The One In Barbados, Part 2
- The One After Joey And Rachel Kiss
- The One Where Ross Is Fine
- The One With Ross' Tan
- The One With The Cake
- The One Where Rachel's Sister Baby-Sits
- The One With Ross' Grant
- The One With The Home Study
- The One With The Late Thanksgiving
- The One With The Birth Mother
- The One Where Chandler Gets Caught
- The One Where The Stripper Cries
- The One With Phoebe's Wedding
- The One Where Joey Speaks French
- The One With Princess Consuela
- The One Where Estelle Dies
- The One With Rachel's Going Away Party
- The Last One, Part 1
- The Last One, Part 2
- ↑ It's very likely that Rachel and Ross got married after the series ended but it was never confirmed.
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