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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 and Chandler trade barbed insults on their alma mater's Web site; Phoebe's resolve not to call ex-boyfriend Mike (Paul Rudd) weakens.
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Both Monica and Chandler secretly approach Joey for a loan; Phoebe invites Mike (Paul Rudd) to move in with her; Rachel baby-proofs the apartment.
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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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Joey realizes his intense feelings for Rachel are excluding Ross from the joys of impending fatherhood.
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Joey might declare his love for Rachel, or Phoebe; Rachel breaks a pact with Ross; Chandler becomes mister bubble bath.
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Rachel and Joey might become more than friends; Chandler sets a Ms. Pac-Man record; Ross breaks land-speed records.
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Chandler is aghast when Monica buys expensive boots; Phoebe discovers that Ross' son attends school with Sting's son.
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Rachel wants to find her own apartment; Phoebe is ecstatic when Eric (Sean Penn) dumps Ursula to date her.
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Ross is horrified when Rachel goes on a date with a soap-opera star (Johnny Messner); Phoebe is attracted to a clumsy chef whom Monica wants to fire.
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Ross and Rachel argue over how they ended up in bed together weeks earlier, so Ross announces he has the encounter on tape.
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Monica exults in the applause she receives on karaoke night, unaware that the cheering audience can see through her blouse.
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Monica invites Rachel's workplace rival (Dermot Mulroney) to her birthday party; Joey flirts with Emma's new nanny (Melissa George); Phoebe and Mike (Paul Rudd) take care of a litter of rats.
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Rachel crosses swords with her temporary replacement (Dermot Mulroney) at the shop; Phoebe wreaks havoc on the set of Joey's soap opera.
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Monica fears the worst when she learns Chandler will be spending Christmas in Tulsa working on a deadline with a beautiful co-worker (Selma Blair).
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Rachel impulsively gives her telephone number to a handsome guy but worries he will call when Ross is there.
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Rachel has a bone to pick with her self-centered sister (Christina Applegate) on Thanksgiving; Monica protects her good wedding china; Joey forgets to join his TV cast mates for the Thanksgiving parade.
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Chandler and Joey find a videotape while checking out Richard's apartment; Ross sings Emma an off-color lullaby.
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Ross mocks Rachel's new male nanny (Freddie Prinze Jr.); Chandler becomes upset when Monica says that somebody from her job is the funniest guy she's ever met.
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Phoebe grows famished waiting for her tardy chums to show up at her birthday dinner; Rachel frets about leaving Emma with a baby sitter.

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