Monica's dream is soon shattered when she realizes that not only is Chip as unpleasant as he was back in high school, he has not matured and done nothing to better himself since then. As it becomes clearer and clearer to her that mentally, he is still a teenager, she asks him if he still lives with his parents, to which he replies "Yeah, but I can stay out as late as I want. Well tonight, I actually did go out with Chip Matthews in high school. He is Emily Waltham's uncle. He asked Rachel to accompany his niece to the opera, just before Rachel gets a date with Joshua.
Rachel convinces Ross to go in her place, which introduces them leading to their eventual relationship. Monica, who has an ice chip in her eye while she is taking out the turkey from the freezer, meets him.
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Eventually, after they kiss, they both realize that dating each other is a mistake, as Monica compares Tim to his father Richard, while Tim metaphorizes the kiss as if he were kissing his own mother. Rachel is attracted to him but plays hard-to-get by pretending not to be interested in a housewarming party he is throwing. As the episode name suggests, she's a woman whose play-punches are all-too-hard.
A seemingly nice person nonetheless, she appears to like Joey a lot, apparently bemused but also highly amused by wacky antics from him such as "breadstick fangs" but she's so energetic that whenever she playfully punches him on the arm she accidentally hurts him, but seems to be oblivious to this. When Joey actually tells her, she thinks he is merely making good-natured fun of her small size.
Joey eventually decides he wants to break up with her as a result, but worries about hard she will hit him if he in the process of doing so upsets her, but Rachel gives him an easy way out when she retaliates in anger after Katie playfully punches her and accidentally hurts her also by kicking Katie's ankle, and when Joey refuses to stick up for Katie upon witnessing this she, as he had hoped, breaks up with him and leaves.
Donald Ledbetter Michael Ensign : Ross's boss at the museum. After he eats Ross's leftover Thanksgiving turkey sandwich in "The One with Ross's Sandwich", Ross angrily shouts at him, and he puts Ross on sabbatical. Gary Michael Rapaport : a cop who accidentally leaves his badge in Central Perk. He tracks her down and, not wanting the fact that he left his badge behind in a coffee shop to get out, decides not to arrest Phoebe and, feeling attracted to her, asks her out to dinner, and they start dating. He takes Ross, Joey and Chandler on a ride-along while at the same time being irritated by their quirks, [e 89] and asks Phoebe to move in with him.
He is never seen again after that. Frank Buffay Sr.
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He shows up at Phoebe's adoptive grandmother's funeral [e 72] looking for his late wife, Lily. His defense for abandoning Phoebe and Ursula is that "I was a lousy father", and he shares a "lullaby" he used to try to sing to them, which has a striking resemblance to Phoebe's "Smelly Cat". Joey places an ad for a new roommate in "The One Where Phoebe Runs"; attractive Australian dancer Janine applies and Joey immediately gives her the room without knowing anything else about her.
She moves out soon after and is never seen again in the series. The Judge Conchata Ferrell presides over the attempt of Ross and Rachel—who got married in Las Vegas while drunk—to get an annulment; she informs them that they have to get a divorce instead.
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Their father has cut off Jill's supply of money and sent her to stay with Rachel, "the only daughter he's ever been proud of". She is vain, ditzy, materialistic and spoiled, a lot like her other sister Amy, but is a lot kinder towards Rachel and her friends.
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Rachel tries to train Jill in the ways of the world but Jill just buys herself expensive things. She is never seen again in the series after that. Paul Stevens Bruce Willis , Elizabeth's highly strange father, who takes an instant dislike to his daughter's boyfriend Ross, stating the reason for this as being the age gap between her and him. He is seemingly impossible for Ross to please and brazenly crude, rude and abrasive towards him. He eventually threatens to have Ross fired from the university unless he ends his relationship with Elizabeth, as Elizabeth is a student at the university and Ross will be sacked if it emerges he is in a relationship with one of his students.
After she joins him for dinner to talk up Ross's good side, he and Rachel start dating, making him somewhat of a hypocrite as he is considerably older than she is. While hiding under the bed, Ross hears Paul talking to himself in the mirror and singing "Love Machine";—after Paul catches Ross trying to leave the cabin and threatens to have him fired, Ross implies he overheard the mirror shenanigans and will inform Rachel of this if Paul lets the university know about the relationship or continues attempting to interfere with it.
Rachel feels that Paul is too secretive for her liking and attempts to get him to open up emotionally but does too good a job when in the midst of conjuring up past memories of his troubled childhood with her he starts crying and will not stop. He even asks Chandler to hug him at one point after Rachel has left the room, and then lifts Joey off of the floor while hugging him, too.
Eventually pulling himself together, he apologizes to Rachel for overwhelming her with all his crying and they make up and have sex. But when he cannot keep himself together afterwards and starts bawling again, she breaks up with him. Bruce Willis donated his appearance fee to five charities after losing a bet with his The Whole Nine Yards co-star and Friends' actor who portrays Chandler Matthew Perry.
Erin Kristin Davis : a girl Joey has a would-be one-night stand with [e 27] —except that Rachel and Phoebe do not have the heart to tell her he's not into a "serious relationship", so Joey is forced to date her again and again, until she decides to dump him, asking the girls to tell him she's not into a serious relationship. In Days of our Lives , Jessica dies, and Drake Ramoray, played by Joey, gets her brain, so he can awaken from his coma, a procedure Ross takes issue with on medical grounds. Her daughter, Dina, was seeing a man named Frederick, of whom she did not approve.
She was thrown off a horse and onto an electric fence, an accident set up by Frederick and Dina. She then takes a role in Mexico, resulting in her and Joey breaking up and her disappearance from the show. As the little girl has grown into a supermodel, with mesmerizing hair, since they last saw her, the engaged Chandler, her cousin Ross and the otherwise heterosexual Phoebe are all attracted to her.
Initially, Chandler's constant staring requires her to stay at Ross's apartment instead. While watching a movie, Ross convinces himself that she "wants it" too, and makes a move. Cassie's negative reaction leaves him speechless for what seems to him like an eternity, and he then worsens the situation by saying, "I haven't had sex in a very long time. Melissa Warburton Winona Ryder : one of Rachel's sorority sisters in college. During their senior year, Melissa and Rachel went to the Sigma Chi luau wearing coconut bikinis—and, after drinking too much sangria, went back to the house and ended up making out.
Melissa fell in love with Rachel and never forgot that night, but Rachel never saw it as anything more than a wild college experience. When Rachel confronts Melissa about the kiss, she pretends to have no memory of it ever happening because she does not think Rachel will return her love.
At the end of dinner, Rachel kisses her again to prove to Phoebe that she can do something crazy. Melissa takes this to mean that Rachel loves her back.
She says that "nobody can kiss that good and not mean it", but Rachel says that she is just a good kisser. Melissa is extremely embarrassed and tries to act as if she was kidding, saying, "I'm not in love with you. I don't hear coconuts banging together. I don't picture your face when I make love to my boyfriend She is never seen again after that.
Richard Crosby Gary Oldman : a pedantic actor with whom Joey shares scenes in a wartime drama, also from "The One with Monica and Chandler's Wedding" he appears in parts 1 and 2. Crosby insists that real actors spit when they enunciate, resulting in both actors spitting on each other during takes, and being given towels by the crew afterwards. Crosby later shows up drunk for work, arousing concern as to whether Joey will complete his scenes in time to attend the wedding. Their relationship is troubled from the start due to Ross being the father of Rachel's baby; in "The One with the Stripper", Leonard Green calls her a "tramp" after Ross does not propose to Rachel, and Ross regularly forgets dates with her when Rachel has problems with the baby.
She admits that she still has feelings for him as well but insists they have to move on. She asks Ross if she can keep the shirt to remember him, but Ross really only wanted his shirt back, and she leaves for good once he takes it back. She took the SATs and went to college for "both years", but still isn't terribly bright. At one point, she asks Rachel, "Do you ever worry that you'll be walking and your baby will just slip out? Dina says that Joey is her favorite guy in the world and that she was more scared to tell him that she was pregnant than anyone else.
She got pregnant by her boyfriend, Bobby Corso. Long Amanda Carlin : Rachel's obstetrician, who appears in five episodes of Season 8. Phoebe is attracted to him but learns that Ursula has lied about herself in order to marry him, and so promptly warns him about Ursula's lies.
He dumps her and in "The One with the Stain" and tries to get together with Phoebe, but cannot stand to look at her as she reminds him of her sister. Phoebe is able to convince him to see past that, and after she leaves for a massage client after their make-out session, she comes back only to find that Eric had sex with Ursula thinking she was Phoebe. They awkwardly decide that it is too weird to pursue things any further. Penn got the role after he made several visits to the Friends set with his children, who were fans of the show.
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Will Colbert Brad Pitt : formerly overweight friend of Monica from Ross's class in high school with a grudge against Rachel. Will has lost pounds and now looks great—which makes Phoebe flirt with him. Here they find out that Will hates Rachel due to all the bullying he had suffered at her hands in high school and had co-founded the "I Hate Rachel Green Club" with Ross and spread rumors about her being a hermaphrodite.
He is last seen looking bemused but amused when Joey enters the room wearing Phoebe's maternity pants under the deluded belief that he would need to change into a new pair of pants to achieve his goal of eating an entire turkey all by himself. Pitt was married to Jennifer Aniston in real life at the time, and his given name is in fact "William".
They go out on a date, only for Phoebe to realize that Jim is a disturbing psychopath; she walks out on him. Parker Alec Baldwin : an extremely and constantly energetic and optimistic man Phoebe meets at the dry cleaner in "The One with the Tea Leaves". At Jack and Judy Geller's anniversary party, which he is invited to as a guest by Phoebe, he drives everyone crazy by getting excited by anything and everything he sees.
Phoebe overhears her friends making fun of Parker and, angered, scolds them. However, his habit of constantly making a big fuss of everything regardless of how trivial whatever it is he's complimenting is begins to irritate her as well after a while, and after they and everyone else in the room witness and are bewildered by an utterly ridiculous speech Monica gives to her parents she takes him back to her apartment and tries to get him to calm down by suggesting that they play a no-talking game, only for him to respond by saying "I lose, now let's play Jenga.
His glee finally wavering, Parker angrily storms out of the room Although Parker is, in spite of his annoying nature, depicted as being an outwardly friendly and nice guy, his attitude towards his break-up with Phoebe shows that he had trouble taking their relationship seriously even though she did before she began to find him annoying.