He in turn, tells her about his failed marriage to Carol.
Rachel then asks why some relationships just don't work and wonders if she will find one that makes her feel happy.
But, for some reason, to the Ross you know, there will never be another Rachel.
Don’t get me wrong; this isn’t to say I’ve never suffered at the hands of my own personal Rachel because believe me, I have.
That Ross you know kind of makes you sad, but upset at the same time.
It’s heartbreaking and annoying to watch the hints that he needs to stop fly right over his head, time and time again, but you just can’t set your heart aside and lay down the truth. You’d think any person in his right mind would have put down the flowers a long time ago and moved on to someone else. There’s always a Julie and there’s always an Emily.
However, at this time, Monica was catering a party for Dr. This is the episode in which Joey and Chandler acquire the leather armchairs in which they spend most of their time living together watching TV.
Portrayed by actress Jennifer Aniston, the character was created by show creators David Crane and Marta Kauffman, and appeared in each of the show’s 236 episodes during its decade-long run, from its premiere on September 22, 1994 to its finale on May 6, 2004.Everyone knows an uptight Monica, who makes her bed every morning and goes out of her way to clean something whether she made the mess or not (which is amazing at parties, don’t get me wrong). The outgoing hipster friend who couldn’t give fewer sh*ts as to what any judgmental eyes think. If you don’t have a friend who’s always willing to go out of his way to do what makes him happy, you should try to find yourself one.And, then, there’s the Ross and Rachel of the group.Plot In A Paragraph: Feeling flush with money from his ' Days Of Our Lives' gig as Dr Drake Ramorey, Joey splashes out on a big screen TV and two Lazy Boy leather chairs for Chandler and himself.However once they sit down, they never get back up.