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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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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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Ross and Rachel become more than just friends; Monica caters a party for a dashing older doctor (Tom Selleck).
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Monica's parents drop off some childhood keepsakes including her prom video.
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Ross (David Schwimmer) catches up with Marcel on the set of a movie starring Jean-Claude Van Damme; Chandler gets a date with a girl he liked in fourth grade.
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Joey starts dating a fan (Brooke Shields) who is gorgeous, but soon discovers that she's also crazy; Ross is reminded how much he misses his pet monkey and travels to the San Diego Zoo to find out what has happened to him.
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Ross helps put Carol and Susan's wedding plans back on track; Rachel's mother announces shocking new plans.
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After deciding to give up acting, Joey is offered a role in a soap opera; Rachel dates a guy named Russ.
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Phoebe, hoping for a Christmas family reunion, travels to upstate New York in search of her biological father.
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Rachel sees Ross' list comparing her pros and cons to Julie's (Lauren Tom).
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A drunken Rachel leaves a phone message for Ross that may change their relationship; Chandler regrets asking Monica to help him lose weight.
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Joey and Chandler decide to baby-sit and use Ben as a way to pick up women; Phoebe loses her job singing at Central Perk.
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The group's plans of throwing a birthday party are marred when money becomes an issue; Chandler sets a woman up to get a date with her, but a case of mistaken identities means that he discovers what she really thought of him.
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The group is amazed when Phoebe marries a Canadian ice dancer (Steve Zahn) to help him get his green card.
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Monica and Rachel's grumpy downstairs neighbor (Larry Hankin) dies and leaves all his belongings to the girls.
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While tending his son, Ross expresses his displeasure when Phoebe tastes Carol's breast milk to check the temperature.
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Rachel decides to look up her former boyfriend (Cosimo Fusco) when she is distraught over Ross' new girlfriend (Lauren Tom).
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Rachel discovers Ross' feelings for her when he goes out of town on a business trip.

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