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not planed. TV Show was canceled.
Six young (20-something) people from New York City (Manhattan), on their own and struggling to survive in the real world, find the companionship, comfort and support they get from each other to be the perfect antidote to the pressures of life.This average group of buddies goes through massive mayhem, family trouble, past and future romances, fights, laughs, tears and surprises as they learn what it really means to be a friend.
Janice tries to change Joey's opinion of her; Ross's sexual fantasy isn't kept between him and Rachel; Monica can't shake memories of Richard.
Nobody seems to be getting the message when Ross demands that the group get ready for his black-tie benefit.
Monica turns her attention from making jam to maybe making a baby; Phoebe befriends a guy who's stalking her twin sister.
Chandler decides to make a real commitment to Janice; Phoebe poses as Joey's agent; Ross is troubled by Ben's toy.
The gang compiles "freebie lists"; Phoebe tries to get to know her half brother; Joey builds an entertainment center.
The show flashes back to when the friends were acquaintances and pairing off was a possibility.
Monica orders a bed from the store owned by Janice's estranged husband; Joey teaches soap-opera acting; Ross struggles through a dinner with Rachel's abrasive father.
Joey reveals to Chandler that he saw Janice kissing her estranged husband; Rachel and Monica baby-sit Ben; Phoebe explains her fear of the dentist.
Ross and Monica go nose-to-nose in an unfriendly Thanksgiving football game.
Rachel quits Central Perk; Phoebe objects to the treatment of Christmas trees; Ross sells cookies for a "Brown Bird" scout he injured; Monica gets hooked on Mint Treasures.
A drunken Chandler has a liaison with one of Joey's sisters; a nice guy recommends Rachel for a job.
Ross is jealous of Mark; a romantic poet criticizes Monica in verse; Joey's a dancing fool for a Broadway musical audition.
Monica sees Richard again and they agree to be just pals -- and occasional lovers; Phoebe's new beau has an embarrassing habit.
Phoebe's ex-singing partner wants to reunite; Chandler likes a woman associated with a shameful incident from Joey's past; Ross wants to spend more time with Rachel.
Ross and Rachel decide to take a break in their relationship; Phoebe dates a diplomat who requires a translator.
Ross's fling with Chloe jeopardizes his future with Rachel, who learns of the misdeed after she says she wants to work things out.
Rachel organizes a ski trip for all the friends except Ross, who must then come to their rescue when they run out of gas.
Phoebe's upset by her brother's engagement to an older woman; Monica dates a computer-software mogul; Chandler tries to quit smoking.
Mark asks out Rachel, who returns Ross's things; Monica still isn't attracted to millionaire Pete; Joey's irked by his costar in a play.
Chandler's insincere "I'll call you" to Rachel's boss causes complications; Monica inherits a dollhouse; Joey and Kate get romantic.
Ross helps an injured Rachel prepare for a business dinner, but doesn't tell her he's missing a chance to appear on TV; Pete buys Monica a restaurant; Chandler and Joey adopt a baby chick.
The gang goes to the opening night of Joey's play and Rachel brings a date to make Ross jealous; Phoebe waits on hold so she can have her phone repaired before the warranty expires.
Ross has an unusual growth; Phoebe is torn between two men she's dating; Monica thinks Pete is going to propose.
Pete pursues the Ultimate Fighting championship; Chandler has a slap-happy new boss; Ross dates Phoebe's friend.
Phoebe's quest to find her father leads the gang to a beach house -- and leads Phoebe to a fateful meeting with an old family friend; Rachel persuades Bonnie to make a change.
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