Friends ross and rachel get back together episode
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- Friends: Ross and Rachel relationship timeline explained
- Rachel and Ross Relationship Timeline: How the ‘Friends’ Characters End up Together
- The Story of Ross and Rachel From Beginning to End
- The ending of Friends finally explained
- The One with the Prom Video
- The One with the Blind Dates
- Ross and Rachel
Friends: Ross and Rachel relationship timeline explained
Ross: I love you too and I am never letting you go again. This relationship is one of the main plot lines of Friends and seems to be the "One True Pairing" or endgame of the show.
Ross and Rachel first met when Rachel became friends with Monica at school. Indeed they all attended Lincoln High School at the same time, albeit that Ross was in a higher grade. Rachel was also a frequent visitor to the Geller home as her parents were best friends with Ross and Monica's parents. For a few years Rachel lost touch with Ross and Monica although she did run into Monica 12 months prior to The Pilot, while out celebrating her engagement to Barry Farber, at the bar which was to be converted into Central Perk.
Prior to becoming a couple, Ross and Rachel were close friends, often confiding one another about their past relationships. Rachel confesses to Ross about her relationship with Barry and how it was a big mistake. He, in turn, tells her about his failed marriage to Carol.
Rachel then asks why some relationships just don't work and wonders if she will find one that makes her feel happy. They spend the day at the laundromat, with Ross teaching Rachel how to do laundry after she confesses to being a "laundry virgin". She kisses him as a thank-you for helping her. When the city experiences a blackout, Ross in an effort to tell his feelings for her , tells Rachel that he sees a "bright light" in her future. At Ross' grandmother's funeral, when he fell into an empty grave, Rachel was greatly concerned about his well-being, as she gasped when he fell in.
At the reception, a drunken Ross in an attempt to again tell her his feelings tells Rachel that he loves her, to which she replies "You know who I love the most? However, an angry Ross stammers "You don't get it! When everyone finds out the sex of Ross' baby except the father himself, Rachel is the one who accidentally lets it slip " The One With The Dozen Lasagnas " , greatly surprising him and turning him away from their discussion of her giving up on guys.
Ross has harbored a crush for Rachel since the ninth grade. When Rachel moves to the city after running out on her wedding to Barry Farber , Ross tries to rekindle his affection, but his timidness and bad timing prevent this. Ross spends an evening with Rachel in a laundromat, working on boosting her confidence when she thanks him enthusiastically with their first official kiss.
What makes this worse is Rachel dating an Italian stud named Paolo and her ex-fiance's reappearance. Chandler eventually tells Ross to forget about Rachel. Rachel finds out Paolo is not a good guy and breaks up with him. Just before Ross goes on his flight to China for a fossil dig, Chandler accidentally lets it slip that Ross had feelings for Rachel.
Rachel decides to rush to the airport to meet Ross and discuss their feelings for one another, but Ross returns with a new girlfriend, Julie , and Rachel is hurt and embarrassed. She begins to experience feelings for Ross, and the new feelings become a big burden and she becomes jealous of Ross' relationship with Julie. Drunk one night, Rachel leaves a message on Ross' answering machine claiming she is "over him" and that she has had the closure that she needs.
When Ross hears this message, he becomes dismayed and has to choose between Julie and Rachel. After a very heated argument at the coffee house , Ross and Rachel share a second, and extremely passionate, kiss. He ultimately decides that he loves Rachel and picks her. When she finds out about his list, however, their relationship immediately ends, having not lasted even an hour.
After Rachel sees a video from their teenage years where Ross was filmed planning to ask her to be his date at the high school prom when her date had not arrived, only to miss his chance when her date suddenly turned up anyway, she is touched and passionately kisses him. The two finally become a couple. After being together for a week, it is the day of Ross and Rachel's very first date.
They are seen returning from a foreign movie and start to kiss passionately but Rachel starts laughing when she feels his hands on her bottom. It's a nervous laugh as they're "crossing that line" but effectively the date is over. For their second date they plan a romantic meal but Ross has to go work first and so he takes her to the museum but because he ends up having to work later than he'd hoped, they miss their dinner reservation.
Ross makes it up to Rachel by taking her upstairs to the planetarium and they sleep together for the first time, which results in the two being caught by school children who are watching them the following morning.
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This freaks Rachel out and she and Ross talk. While talking about all of this, they admit they love each other for the first time and share a passionate kiss. Rachel asks Ross what fantasy's he has and he tells her about Princess Leia with the gold bikini, Rachel tells Ross she'll do it for him, which she does. Rachel's father wants to meet with her and Ross, which results in him not liking Ross, which worries Rachel since her parents can't be in the same room and she doesn't want the same thing to happen with Ross.
Rachel invites her father over for brunch with her and Ross and the two eventually appear to be getting along gradually, helping Rachel since she wants her father and boyfriend to get along. After almost a year together as a couple, Ross gets jealous when Rachel becomes close with Mark Robinson and Rachel confronts Ross about it, saying he doesn't need to be jealous since she loves him and not Mark.
However, when Ross says he is hanging out with a stripper from the party the night before as she has a son Ben's age, Rachel becomes jealous and passionately kisses Ross. Ross and Rachel argue over Rachel's friendship with her male coworker, Mark , and Rachel announces that she thinks they should take "a break.
The next morning, Rachel does not know of the one-night-stand and wants to resume their relationship. However, after Ross fails to stop Rachel from finding out, she breaks up with Ross in an emotional scene that involves Ross and Rachel arguing in Monica's living room while the other four friends were trapped in Monica's bedroom eating wax and both Ross and Rachel are left devastated and heartbroken.
From then on, the two share an almost-on-again-almost-off again relationship. She is very touched that he gave this up for her and says it's "the sweetest thing". Ross gets suspicious and is not happy when Rachel goes to see Joey's play with a guy named Tommy.
Ross tries to warn Rachel about Tommy for screaming and not being a nice guy, while slipping up that he is jealous before claiming that he isn't when he clearly is, which even Chandler notices. While at the beach, where Phoebe learns the true identity of her birth mother , Rachel convinces Bonnie to shave her head again.
When Ross asks her why she did it, Rachel admits that it's because she still has feelings for him and the pair share a passionate kiss. Ross is then seen standing outside the doors of Rachel and Bonnie's bedrooms, forcing himself to choose between them. While Ross is next door breaking up with Bonnie, Rachel pens a rather long letter to Ross "18 pages, front and back!
However, Ross falls asleep while reading the letter, and later bluffs that he agrees with what the letter has to say.
After reading the entire letter, which asks him to take full responsibility for all the things that went wrong in their relationship, he finds out that he strongly disagrees. He tries to swallow his pride and act like he accepts it; however, when the pair are in bed, and Rachel says she's glad she didn't accept her mother 's advice "once a cheater, always a cheater" he finally snaps. They both try to make each other jealous when she gets a much younger boyfriend Josh and he states that he is dating a woman named Amanda.
However, Monica reveals the truth about the people to both Ross and Rachel. Rachel states to Chandler that just because he and Kathy got into a fight, it "does not justify her sleeping with someone", which is the same thing that happened with Ross and Rachel. Ross is shown to be very hurt by what Rachel has said. He tentatively states, "Well Ross and Rachel eventually start to get along better after a while.
Rachel is asked by her boss Mr. Waltham to take out his niece Emily who is visiting from London, but she asks Ross as she wants to go to Joshua 's nightclub on the same night. After they meet, he agrees to do so.
Rachel is unable to see Joshua at the nightclub and is dismayed when Ross calls from Vermont, where he and Emily are staying in a bed and breakfast. After several failed attempts to get Joshua to notice her, including trying to kiss him during a game of "Spin The Bottle" and doing a cheerleader number for Emily, where she ends up with a sore lip, Rachel eventually admits her feelings to Joshua. He reveals that although he likes her back, his marriage has only just ended so he is not ready to start dating yet.
Rachel eventually consoles Ross and tells him how much Emily really does like him. After this, Joshua returns and the pair begins a casual and uneasy relationship, starting with her inviting him over for coffee.
When Emily leaves, Ross tells her he loves her at the airport. Much to Ross' despair, she responds with "thank you". The next time he hears from her, he finds out that she is dating another man named Colin.
He goes to London to see her, while Emily returns to New York and calls Ross to tell him that she loves him too. She rejects his offer, inadvertently mentioning marriage in the process. Ross and Emily decide to get married and announce their engagement right in front of Rachel. She is left teary-eyed but congratulates the couple.
He rejects this offer, as his divorce is not yet final. Rachel later tries to call him to tell him she is going through a hard time, but only leaves a message on his answering machine. After Ross leaves, Phoebe manages to make Rachel realize that she is, in fact, still in love with Ross. She, however, fails to stop Rachel from going to London to tell Ross. The two hug and Rachel is heartbroken about losing her true love.
When Ross accidentally says Rachel's name instead of Emily's at the altar " The One With Ross' Wedding, Part 2 " , Emily is humiliated and runs away, and Rachel is left wondering if Ross said her name because he still loves her. Convinced that Emily will not be coming on their honeymoon, Ross sees Rachel at the airport and asks her if she wants to come, but sees Emily before he can get on the plane. She runs off again, and Ross chases after her, abandoning Rachel in the process.
After returning to New York,Ross again accidentally slips up that Rachel is his wife before correcting himself. Rachel returns from the honeymoon and is not mad at Ross for abandoning her, but at herself for making the wrong decision. After hiring Monica to help her make better decisions in her love life, she goes on a date with a handsome guy, Dave , but abandons her date to comfort Ross.
Monica discovers this and Rachel fires her on the spot. The following day, she tells Ross of her feelings, but laughs about it, feeling ridiculous, because he is married. Ross finally contacts Emily, and she tells him that she will come to New York if he stops seeing Rachel altogether. Rachel, oblivious to this, tells him to do what he can to make his marriage work " The One Where Phoebe Hates PBS " When Ross tells Rachel about his agreement with Emily, she is angry and distraught as she worries she will become the next " Kip.
Unable to stop seeing Rachel and his friends, Ross ends his marriage with Emily over the phone, choosing the love of his life, over his wife.
Joey, now earning money, gives Chandler a gaudy gold bracelet as thanks for paying for head shots and food. Chandler mocks it when it costs him a date, upsetting Joey when he overhears. Chandler promises to never take it off again but immediately realizes he cannot find it. He buys a replacement, but the original is found shortly afterwards.
Their relationship was hinted from the very beginning, with Rachel joining the group in the pilot episode after running away from her wedding, and Ross making it obvious that, after all this time, he still had a crush on her. Though Ross confessed having a crush on her in the first episodes, their relationship started to blossom in the fifth episode. He goes back to his apartment, believing Rachel is on her way to Paris, only to find out that she got off the plane. These two had, by far, the most complicated relationship in Friends. Adrienne Tyler is a features writer for Screen Rant.
Rachel and Ross Relationship Timeline: How the ‘Friends’ Characters End up Together
Ross: I love you too and I am never letting you go again. This relationship is one of the main plot lines of Friends and seems to be the "One True Pairing" or endgame of the show. Ross and Rachel first met when Rachel became friends with Monica at school. Indeed they all attended Lincoln High School at the same time, albeit that Ross was in a higher grade. Rachel was also a frequent visitor to the Geller home as her parents were best friends with Ross and Monica's parents. For a few years Rachel lost touch with Ross and Monica although she did run into Monica 12 months prior to The Pilot, while out celebrating her engagement to Barry Farber, at the bar which was to be converted into Central Perk. Prior to becoming a couple, Ross and Rachel were close friends, often confiding one another about their past relationships. Rachel confesses to Ross about her relationship with Barry and how it was a big mistake. He, in turn, tells her about his failed marriage to Carol. Rachel then asks why some relationships just don't work and wonders if she will find one that makes her feel happy.
But, their love story lasts the entire series and beyond that. The two end up losing touch and Ross marries his college girlfriend, Carole. At the beginning of the series, Ross announces his divorce from Carole. With his feelings for Rachel kept secret, Ross heads off to China on an archaeological dig. In a big, romantic gesture, Rachel heads to the airport to greet Ross and tell him how she feels upon his arrival.
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The Story of Ross and Rachel From Beginning to End
Ah, Ross and Rachel. Rachel and Ross. Truly the Romeo and Juliet of our times, except in New York, and both are alive for the end. It'd been a long and rocky road over the course of ten years, or should that be a lane?
Finales of popular television shows are particularly difficult for creators to write, as fans have such high expectations. As a result, many famous TV series have ended with episodes that range from artfully bizarre like "St. Phoebe had already gotten married, and Chandler and Monica's child was not yet born, but obviously no one was expecting a light sitcom to go anywhere dark with a storyline like that, so the final episode really turned on one question: Were Ross and Rachel going to end up together? Ever since their famous or is it infamous? So, as the series reached its end, what was going to happen with Ross and Rachel?
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