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Rachel meets Ross's female travel companion; Joey unwittingly recommends a seamy tailor to Chandler; and Phoebe cuts Monica's hair.
Monica goes shopping with Julie (Lauren Tom)---behind Rachel's back; Ross isn't exactly gaga over breast milk.
The gang disturbs Mr. Heckles (Larry Hankin) for the last time; Phoebe takes issue with Ross on the subject of evolution.
Phoebe's secret husband shows up; Rachel tries to distract Ross from having sex with Julie.
Chandler receives a sexy phone call meant for someone else; the gang becomes divided along income lines.
An allergic reaction sends Ross to the hospital, leaving Chandler and Joey to look after Ben; Central Perk hires another singer (the Pretenders' Chrissie Hynde) to replace Phoebe.
Rachel goes on a date in an effort to forget about Ross; Monica presses Chandler to complete an exercise program.
Ross is torn between Rachel and Julie, so Chandler prompts him to list each woman's pros and cons; Monica concocts recipes for a new product.
Phoebe confronts her grandmother (Audra Lindley) about the father she never knew; things heat up at Monica's holiday party.
Rachel dates a guy who's similar to Ross; Joey can get a part if he sleeps with the casting director; Fun Bobby is no fun without alcohol.
Rachel's mother (Marlo Thomas) considers ending her marriage; Carol decides to marry her lover, Susan; Phoebe believes she's possessed. Newt Gingrich's sister Candace has a cameo as a minister.
Ross searches for Marcel; Joey is attracted to an obsessed fan (Brooke Shields); Phoebe sings songs for kids.
Ross learns Marcel is working on a movie, and the film's makeup artist seems to want Chandler; Monica and Rachel fight over Jean-Claude Van Damme, who appears as himself.
Monica brings some things home from her parents' house, including a prom video; Rachel tells Ross that she doesn't think it will work out between them.
Ross's work hinders the evolution of his and Rachel's romance; Monica has eyes for an older opthalmologist (Tom Selleck); Joey and Chandler enjoy a big-screen TV.
Richard's relationship with a younger woman causes a stir at a party for Ross and Monica's dad; Joey decides to move out; Rachel gets a tattoo.
Chandler gets a new roommate; Monica doesn't like having Ross around all the time; Phoebe makes a music video.
he days in the life of Joey's character, Dr. Ramoray, are numbered; Chandler's new roommate scares him.
Chandler wants Eddie (Adam Goldberg) to move out; Joey faces unemployment; a self-help book empowers the ladies.
Rachel freaks when Ross talks about spending a lifetime together; Chandler and Joey befriend Richard; Phoebe is shocked by the ending of "Old Yeller."
Bullies accost Ross and Chandler; Monica plays the stock market; and Phoebe attempts to meet her father again.
When Rachel's divorcing parents both show up for her birthday, her friends hold two separate parties to keep them apart.
A submariner (Charlie Sheen) surfaces to spend two weeks with Phoebe, who's come down with chicken pox; Joey plays the role of a data processor at Chandler's company.
Rachel's in her ex-fiancé's wedding; Chandler has a cyberspace romance; Monica and Richard think about their future.