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Three young men and three young women -- of the BFF kind -- live in the same apartment complex and face life and love in New York. They're not above sticking their noses into one another's business and swapping romantic partners, which always leads to the kind of hilarity average people will never experience -- especially during breakups.

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Ross becomes jealous when he hears Rachel's new co-worker (Steven Eckholdt) whispering sweet nothings to her.
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Ross is suspicious about Rachel's possible job offer from a good-looking stranger (Steven Eckholdt); Chandler can't remember which of Joey's many sisters he kissed at a party.
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Rachel wonders if she'll ever get another job after she quits Central Perk; Joey's new job selling Christmas trees upsets Phoebe; Ross accidentally breaks a little girl's leg.
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Emotions become the feast of the day when the gang plays a game of touch football on Thanksgiving; the turkey is left stewing when the losing team calls for a rematch.
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Chandler and Janice (Maggie Wheeler) reach a turning point in their relationship; the Ugly Naked Guy may be dead.
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When Monica buys a new bed from the "Mattress King" (Mark Cohen), the wrong one is delivered; Joey sees Janice kissing her husband; Rachel's father clashes with Ross.
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When Janice asks the gang if any of them have ever slept together, the friends flash back to three years earlier.
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Phoebe offers to buy Frank Jr. (Giovanni Ribisi) a massage; Joey tries to build an entertainment center.
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Ross panics when he sees his son with a Barbie doll; Chandler's fear of commitment surfaces in his relationship with Janice.
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Phoebe dates a man who thinks he's stalking her twin sister, Ursula; Ross and Rachel give Chandler "boyfriend" lessons.
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In a race against the clock, Ross tries to get the gang dressed and ready for a black-tie benefit at the museum.
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Monica is distraught after her break-up with Richard; Chandler and Janice begin seeing each other again; Ross tells Rachel and Chandler about his "Princess Leia" fantasy.
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When ex-fiance Barry and Mindy's wedding day arrives, bridesmaid Rachel has flashbacks of her own failed wedding day.
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Phoebe's romantic meeting with an old friend (Charlie Sheen) is stalled by a case of the chickenpox; Ben celebrates his first birthday; Monica frets about her relationship with Richard (Tom Selleck).
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Rachel's separated parents (Marlo Thomas, Ron Leibman) unexpectedly attend her surprise birthday party.
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Two bullies (Peter DeLuise, Nicky Katt) banish Ross and Chandler from Central Perk; Monica plays the stock market.
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Monica's boyfriend proves to be the life of the party when he attends a basketball game with Chandler and Joey.
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Chandler wants his annoying new roommate (Adam Goldberg) to move out; Joey is facing some exorbitant bills; the girls learn from a book about personal empowerment.
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Joey's comments in a magazine for soap-opera fans could mean the end of his role on "Days of our Lives."
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With Joey in his new apartment, Chandler gets a troublesome new roommate (Adam Goldberg); Phoebe makes a video for "Smelly Cat"; Ross and Monica find it nearly impossible to live together.
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Everyone at Monica's dad's birthday party finds it amusing that their middle-aged friend (Tom Selleck) is dating a woman in her 20s until Monica's parents learn that it is their daughter; Chandler and Joey argue over a dirty spoon.

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