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Watch Friends - Season 4, Episode 14 - The One with Joey's Dirty Day: Joey's appearing in Charlton Heston's Ross Geller Emily Waltham. In London, the building Ross and Emily were going to get married in was starting to the group helps him realize that he cannot meet all of Emily's conditions. Rachel has an awkward encounter with Joshua's parents. Phoebe is offered the chance to name one of the triplets. Ross becomes paranoid when Emily goes to.
Phoebe phones Joey to hear the wedding, to the annoyance of Ross. As Ross says his vows, he accidentally says Rachel's name rather than Emily's, leaving a shocked registrar to ask Emily if he should continue, while the camera shoots from character to character, settling on a shocked Rachel.
Producer Greg Malins is quoted as saying "We had to come up with a storyline that would cause all the Friends to go to London [ Felicity, the bridesmaid who Joey entices, is played by Olivia Williams. Further cameos were made by Sarah Ferguson as herself, Richard Branson as the vendor who sells Joey a hat, and Hugh Laurie as the man sitting next to Rachel on the plane. Lisa Kudrow did not join the others in London as she was too heavily pregnant to fly, like her character Phoebe.
Elliott Gould inadvertently revealed to the public that Rachel was to turn up at the wedding, upsetting Marta Kauffman. Interiors, such as the restaurant, the Waltham's hallway and the hotel rooms, were all filmed on purpose-built sets at The Fountain StudiosWembley. Hosted by British television personality Johnny VaughanThe One Where Johnny Makes Friends features comedic tongue-in-cheek interviews with all six main cast Vaughan contacted Kudrow by payphoneclaiming that he couldn't make international calls from his dressing room and was broadcast on Channel 4 on May 6, Said book was bundled into a gift pack entitled "The One with the Whole London Wedding", which featured an extended cut of this episode merged with the next episode.
Ross and Emily's marriage was originally planned to last, but Helen Baxendale did not wish to remain in America while pregnant. The writers could not script a convincing story for why Emily would not be seen, despite being married to Ross, so Baxendale was written out in the next season,  making only three cameo appearances after the season premiere.
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Reception[ edit ] In its original airing, "The One with Ross's Wedding" finished third in ratings for the week of May 4—10,with a Nielsen rating of The Unofficial Guide to Friends state there are "too many 'best moments' to list in detail", but single out Rachel describing the perfect wedding to Ross, and Sarah Ferguson's cameo though they call Branson's "embarrassing".
He says that Ross's "taking on the world would just be shattered" following the character's and that he wouldn't have risked another. Ross had a pet in the earlier seasons of the show; a White-headed capuchin monkey named "Marcel". Relationships[ edit ] Over the course of the show, Ross dates a considerable number of women. He married three times and is divorced three times. His proclivity to marry and divorce is a running gag within the series.
An old graduate school colleague, portrayed by Lauren Tom. She first appears in the final scene of the season 1 finale, returning with Ross from an archeological dig in China. They start dating in season 2 but break up after Ross discovers Rachel's feelings for him and decides he wants to be with her instead. A love interest played by Christine Taylor introduced to Ross by Phoebe, Bonnie is formerly a militant bald woman who no longer shaves her head.
She enjoyed a sex-filled relationship with Ross, until a conniving Rachel broke them up by first encouraging Bonnie up to shave her head again, which she knows will bother Ross, and later by revealing she was interested in reuniting with Ross. A love interest he met at Monica and Chandler's wedding portrayed by Bonnie Somerville.
Ross becomes paranoid after Mona proposes to send out Christmas cards together, and in a panic decides to give her a key to his apartment. It is later revealed that Mona is unable to say "I love you" yet, and delivers what the female friends refer to as "an emotional slap in the face" with "I love spending time with you".
The relationship ends when Mona discovers that Rachel is living in Ross's apartment, after Ross neglects to tell her this himself. Ross's only relationship with Chloe referred to in a few prior episodes as "The cute girl from the copy place with the belly button ring" was a one-night stand during a "break" with his relationship with Rachel, which interferes with their attempt to get back together.
Although only covered over two episodes in season 3, Ross' fling with Chloe would be the basis of the "We were on a break! Ross has a brief fling with Janice, Chandler's ex-girlfriend, in season 5.
Phoebe said they would have very hairy children. Janice ironically dumps Ross because he whines too much. Ross, worried about how he would react, tells Chandler, who laughs. A pretty year-old student who Ross teaches during his first year as a professor. The two go through a tremendous amount of effort to keep their relationship a secret from the faculty, as Ross would get fired for dating a student.
He even tries to get on good terms with Elizabeth's father Paul Bruce Williswho in turn threatens to report him to the university. Ross eventually manages to blackmail Paul into pretending to like him by threatening to reveal Paul's embarrassing mirror dance routine to Rachel who dates him briefly.
Despite Paul no longer being a threat, Ross eventually realizes he sees no future in his relationship with Elizabeth and decides to break up with her due to her immaturity. She initially dates Joey before breaking up with him and gravitating toward Ross, after realizing she has more things in common with Ross.
She eventually reconciles with her ex-boyfriend and breaks up with Ross. A very attractive woman that Ross briefly dates. He decides he wants to pursue a relationship with her, but is stifled by her incredibly filthy apartment. Despite her own living quarters being littered with garbage and infested with all kinds of pests, she can't stand the "weird smell" of Ross' apartment, which is why she doesn't like being there. After Ross breaks off the relationship after being covered in all kinds of trash in an attempt to make out with Cheryl, Monica later visits her and offers to clean her apartment, revealing she "couldn't sleep" after Ross told her about it.
Ross very briefly dates Rachel's spoiled younger sister Jill played by Reese Witherspoon after her father sends her to New York to take lessons from Rachel in self-sufficiency.
Although Jill actually finds Ross a geek, she dates him out of spite because Rachel is uncomfortable with it and tells her "she's always wanted what she couldn't have". Rachel Green[ edit ] Rachel is Ross's most significant relationship during the series.
His attraction to her is established early on; Ross met Rachel through his sister Monica, who was Rachel's best friend in high school.
He developed an unrequited crush on her, but never followed through on it. After leaving college, Ross married Carol, whom he had met at college, and had seemingly put his feelings for Rachel aside before he met her again in The Pilot.
They have an on-again, off-again dynamic throughout most of the show. In the Season 1 finale, Ross has to go to China for his work so he asks Chandler to give Rachel a present on her birthday which he had bought for her. Chandler does give the present to Rachel during her birthday celebration while Ross is in China but also accidentally reveals Ross's feelings for Rachel, prompting Rachel to panic and start thinking about Ross in a romantic way.
After Ross arrives back from China, Rachel goes to the airport to receive him on realising that she likes him, but she sees him with Julie and reluctantly backs off. In Season 2 episode The One Where Ross Finds OutRachel is on a date with a guy when she confesses to Ross over the phone in a drunken state that she had feelings for him but now she is over him.
Later, in the same episode they share a passionate kiss at the doors of Central Perk. Later he breaks up with Julie but Rachel decides she doesn't want to be with him after finding out that he had made a list, on the insistence of Chandler, comparing the good and bad qualities about her and Julie. Rachel famously kisses Ross on learning this revelation. However, they take a break from their relationship on their one-year anniversary together.
That night, Ross has a one-night-stand with Chloe, which officially ends their relationship. They get together again at the end of Season 3 but again break up at the start of Season 4. Some of the later episodes show them to be still in love with each other such as when Ross cancels his Discovery channel show appearance to be with Rachel when she breaks her rib or when Rachel flies to London to tell Ross before his wedding with Emily, that she's still in love with him, only to realize that it would be better not to tell.
Ross and Rachel also marry each other after getting heavily drunk in Las Vegas. This marriage ends in a divorce after a failed application for an annulment. In beginning of season 8, it is revealed on the day of Monica and Chandler's wedding that Rachel is pregnant, with the father unknown to everyone but her.
In the final episode of the show, when Rachel is moving to Paris for her job with a new fashion brand, Ross tells her at the airport that he loves her and asks not to leave. Rachel initially doesn't heed his feelings, but when the plane is about to take off, she realizes that she loves him too and gets off the plane.
They profess their love for each other and decide to be together once and for all. Ross and Rachel eventually got married shortly after the series finale.
In the very first episode, Carol has just moved out of their apartment after coming out of the closet as a lesbian and leaving Ross for a woman named Susan Bunch, whom she later marries. In the early days, however, Ross and Carol seemed to have had a very passionate relationship. Carol is the only woman he's ever had sex with and hence lost his virginity to at the start of the series.
It is also revealed they shared a steamy session at Disneyland behind the "Dutch children" in It's a Small Worldwhich got them a lifetime ban from the theme park. Ross maintains a fairly healthy relationship with Carol after their divorce and both decide to raise Ben together through shared parentingbut he doesn't hide his contempt for Susan as he believes she destroyed their marriage. He briefly considers getting back together with Carol and they even share a kiss at a sushi restaurant, but Carol makes it clear that she can't reciprocate his feelings and has chosen to be with Susan.