Ross and Rachel’s rocky relationship is shown in some of the best and worst episodes of “Friends.”
Rachel, Ross, Phoebe, Monica, Chandler, and Joey fall in and out of love in New York City throughout the 10-season NBC sitcom.
On IMDb, fans rated 235 of the 236 episodes to see which ones they liked and didn’t like the most. Most “Friends” episodes get between an 8 and a 9 on a scale of 1 to 10, and the show gets an 8.9/10.
“The One With the Invitation” (season 4, episode 21), which got a 7.2/10 rating, was voted the worst episode of “Friends.”
Ross and Rachel are in a clip show called “The One With the Invitation.”
As Ross and Emily plan their wedding, this episode takes place in the middle of the show’s run. And starts to set up the characters for a season finale in London.
Ross talks about the good and bad times he and Rachel had as a couple after the engaged couple negotiated. Whether or not Rachel (Jennifer Aniston) should be on the guestlist for their wedding.
Later, when everyone gets their invitations to the wedding, Rachel does the same thing.
Even though it is the most hated episode. It does have a few good points.
It shows a few new and touching scenes when it’s not looking back at Ross and Rachel’s worst moments as a couple.
After a flash of nostalgia, Ross wants to send Rachel a wedding invitation to show that he still cares about her.
Ross and Rachel’s disagreement about whether or not to accept the wedding invitation is a new turning point in their relationship. It shows that they still love each other despite everything they’ve been through.
On the other hand, “The One Where Everyone Finds Out” and “The Last One: Part Two” are tied for the most-watched episodes.
After their next-door neighbor, “Ugly Naked Guy,” moves out. Ross starts moving into the apartment across the street in “The One Where Everyone Finds Out.”
While Rachel, Ross, and Phoebe (played by Lisa Kudrow) look around. Phoebe sees Chandler (Matthew Perry) and Monica (Melissa Joan Hart) getting close. Phoebe decides to flirt with Chandler after Rachel, Phoebe, and Joey (Matt LeBlanc) find out about Chandler and Monica’s secret relationship.
The episode “It’s Where Everyone Finds Out” is a popular comedy and a critical moment in Chandler and Monica’s lives.
When everyone finds out Chandler and Monica’s secret. A funny situational irony shows up as the friends take advantage of who knows what.
The group’s personalities are also perfectly shown in “The One Where Everyone Finds Out”. It focuses on Monica’s need to win and on Joey’s positive attitude as he tries to get everyone to get along.
Kudrow shines as Phoebe tries to trick the couple while she and Chandler are fighting.
As Phoebe and Chandler play a game of chicken, it gets harder and harder to see who will give in first. At the end of the episode, Chandler tells Monica that he loves her and puts an end to it all.
People thought “The Last One: Part Two” was a satisfying end to the long-running sitcom.
In the last episode of the show, “The Last One: Part Two”. Ross and Phoebe are in an instant to get to the airport. Ross doesn’t want Rachel to go to Paris because he loves her too much to let her go.
In the meantime, Monica is getting ready to move out of her apartment and is in love with the twins she just adopted. Chandler and Joey become friends as they look for the baby duck across the hall. And a baby chicken that Joey gave him as a gift to take?
“I stepped off the airplane.” it was a great episode. From Joey and Chandler’s on-screen adventure to Rachel’s emotional delivery of the line. This show has a lot of great things about it. Fans will be happy with how the show ends.