2. The One With All The Kissing [WORK]
The One With All The KissingSeason 5, episode 299th overall episode of FriendsRachel, Phoebe, and Joey caught Monica and Chandler kissing.Episode InformationAir dateOctober 1, 1998Written byWil CalhounDirected byGary HalvorsonEpisode GuidePreviousThe One After Ross Says RachelNextThe One Hundredth
2. The One with All the Kissing
Chandler and Monica are taking a romantic, candlelit bubble bath together, when Joey knocks on the door and says he's coming in. Monica ducks down under the bubbles so Joey won't know she's there. Later, when they're in Monica's apartment and Chandler has to leave for work, they both forget that they'd decided not to tell the rest of the gang about their relationship yet and kiss a good-bye. Rachel and Phoebe stare at Chandler but then decides to cover it up by kissing Rachel and Phoebe, too. Later, when he and Monica try to steal a little time alone together, and Joey, Phoebe, and Rachel walk in on them kissing, he again kisses Rachel and Phoebe to keep them from finding out about his relationship with Monica. Monica suggests it's some kind of European good-bye thing that Chandler picked up in London. The other girls don't like it as it is annoying and ask him to stop it immediately.
Ross, still distraught from losing Emily, keeps confusing Emily's and Rachel's names and becomes angry and irritable. Rachel pretends that she isn't mad at Ross for abandoning her on the plane, however, when he leaves the apartment, she reveals that she is furious as she had an awful time in Greece. Believing she makes terrible life choices, Rachel puts Monica in charge of her love life and decisions. Monica sets Rachel up on a date with Dave. However, when she comes back from her date, she finds Ross in her apartment, mourning about the 72 red roses he sent to Emily and got back, cut up into mulch. She decides to blow off the date with Dave and instead be with Ross and ultimately tell him that she loves him, but Monica ruins her plans.
Phoebe is irritated because everyone keeps talking about London, which she all missed, and now she feels left out. They decide to take a picnic in Central Park with all of them to make Phoebe feel better, but Phoebe just came from Central Park and hates the idea, so they blow it off. They come up with a better idea: a trip to Atlantic City. Everyone leaves to start packing, leaving Ross and Rachel alone. Rachel finally tells Ross that she loves him, even though everyone told her not to. However, Rachel and Ross crack up laughing at their situation: Rachel is in love with a married guy whose wife doesn't return his calls. When they all are ready to leave, Phoebe's water breaks, blowing off the trip to Atlantic City. Just before they leave to bring Phoebe to the hospital, Monica and Chandler fall behind, at first only to talk about how they can't believe Phoebe is about to give birth; however, it quickly transitions to the first private passionate moment they have had since the day they returned from London.
Tropes And a Diet Coke: Chandler asks Joey to get him (really Monica) some chicken and a coke. Monica does something under the water that makes him squeal in pain and amend the order to a Diet Coke.
Brief Accent Imitation: Rachel mimics a Greek accent when telling the others about the people she met in Greece. This is a Casting Gag because Jennifer Aniston is half Greek.
Candlelit Bath: The cold open sees Chandler and Monica having a romantic bath together complete with candles and wine. Becomes an Interrupted Bath when Joey comes home early and walks into the bathroom to ask if Chandler wants some of the chicken he's ordering. Monica has to hide under the water until he goes away.
Cliffhanger: The episode ends with Phoebe's water breaking just as the gang are about to head to Atlantic City forcing them to go to the hospital instead.
Control Freak: Because things have gotten pretty messy, Rachel wants to give the responsibility of her decisions to someone else. Phoebe rambles on how this is too much and she doesn't like to control someone and meddle in their life. This is an argument for Monica to apply for this job.
Foreign Farewell: Monica tries to explain Chandler's kissing everyone as being a way of saying goodbye he picked up in London.Rachel: That's not European! Phoebe: Well, it felt French.
Freudian Slip: Happens to Ross again.Ross: Rachel is my wife!
Maternity Crisis: Phoebe's water breaks in the final scene forcing the gang to abandon their trip to Atlantic City so they can take her to the hospital.Joey: Uhm, Pheebs, you're leaking!
Neat Freak: Monica reminds her friends to hold photos only by the edges in order to avoid fingerprints. When Rachel gets annoyed with her fussing she licks one of the photos.
Secret Relationship: Chandler and Monica attempt to hide their new romance from the gang. They're not very good at it.
The fifth season of Friends, an American sitcom created by David Crane and Marta Kauffman, premiered on NBC on September 24, 1998. Friends was produced by Bright/Kauffman/Crane Productions, in association with Warner Bros. Television. The season contains 24 episodes and concluded airing on May 20, 1999.
Collider ranked it #2 on their ranking of the ten Friends seasons, and chose "The One Where Everybody Finds Out" as its best episode.Digital Spy ranked it #4 on their ranking of the ten Friends seasons, and chose "The One Where Everybody Finds Out", "The One with the Cop" and "The One with the Ball" its best episodes.Marie Claire ranked it #1 on her ranking of the ten seasons, and chose "The One Where Everybody Finds Out", "The One with All the Kissing" and "The One in Vegas: Part 2" its highlights. ScreenRant also ranked it #1 on their ranking of all seasons. BuzzFeed ranked it as #6 on their ranking, and chose "The One with All the Thanksgivings" as its best episode. WordPress ranked it #3 on their ranking. Listverse also ranked it #3 on their ranking.
Rachel: What?! I didn't have a good time in Greece! Ross abandoned me! Okay, I couldn't get a plane out, so I had to stay in their honeymoon suite with people coming up to me all the time going, "Oh, Mrs. Geller, why are you crying?" I mean, it was sooo humiliating. I felt like such an idiot! I mean, it's all my fault! And you know why, because I make very bad decisions.
Monica: (Interrupting) Oh, what about that guy over there? (She points at another guy and Gunther is deflated.) Remember? That is the guy you flirted with at the counter that time.
The meeting had ended half an hour prior. The 141, with the addition of their resident liaisons, Alejandro and Rodolfo, were pushing the time limit on their scheduled meeting room, but none of them had anywhere else to be.
At some point, the conversation had shifted from professional to personal, and the men had become caught up in banter as they had a habit of doing. Price lit up a cigar. Alejandro propped his feet up on the table. Ghost even pulled his mask up, just so he could enjoy the tea Soap had made for him, which was far too bland and weak to be called anything but water with a bit of leaf in it.
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The dress, along with several other pieces featured on the show, actually came from a popular London boutique called Idol and was purchased when the cast was filming scenes for the Season 4 wedding of Ross Geller (played by David Schwimmer) and Emily Waltham (played by Helen Baxendale). "Jennifer actually loved all the stuff I got for her there," says McGuire in a phone interview with TZR. "Their stuff was just amazing and I stayed in touch with them and bought from them for many years until they closed their business."
To build said visual interest, the artist-turned-costume-designer relied on the handy dandy color wheel one learns as a child. In the first few seasons, the stylist assigned color stories to each character to differentiate them and make them unique. "Each of the characters had a palette," explains McGuire. "Because her character was 'rich girl from Long Island with her dad's credit card,' Jennifer's look had some more leverage and flexibility at the time (of course that changed dramatically). I gave her lots of blues and greens and this warmer, fun palette." The designer adds that the Monica Geller character (played by Courteney Cox) was predominately styled in black, white, gray, and burgundy or red while the Phoebe Buffay character (played by Lisa Kudrow) brought in more patterns for her bohemian aesthetic. 041b061a72