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I have always been wondering happened between Ross and Will just after the latter left at the end of the episode.
Did they stop being friends?
Did they maintain their friendship?
Did they maintain their friendship, but it’s a little strained?
And I’m also wondering about the same thing with Monica.
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Hello! Do any of you happen to have reliable in-universe references for Monica's date(s) of birth? On the wiki I see several dates (April 20, April 22, September 20 1969) but I have no recollection of an actual date clearly defined in an episode.
I'd like to improve this article, even if there are different dates (like for Ross) they should be sourced and included.
OTOH if it never clearly appears in an episode, then this too should be stated in the article.
In this wiki there is a lot of posts about Ross. How he was rude and not a good friend. How he wasn’t supposed to be with Rachel and that he treated her badly.
Of course everyone has their own opinions and i think that thats the beauty of the show. That everybody has there own favorite person and episode. But i think that Ross deserves more respect. He is the one in the group who had the hardest time during the run of the show. He divorced Carol and broke up with Rachel, when the breakup was just starting to fade out and everything was about to be okay, he met Emily. And we all know what hapend there.
But he had some really good moments too. Like when he gave Phoebe her bike, or the one with the prom video. How he made the sweet list for Rachel in the one with the list. And how he was going to drink the fat to apologize in the one where no one is ready. How he was supportive when he found out about Monica and Chandler. When he drove to the rest-stop in the middle of nowhere to get the gang fuel so they could go on the ski trip without him after his and Rachels breakup. How he kissed Joey for that part. The list is long!
He did a lot of weird things and sometimes he made pretty bad mistakes, like when they were on a break and when he said the wrong name at the altar. But one of the sweetest and most emotional scenes is when he wants Rachel to forgive him. And its really sweet how he tries to do everything, whatever he can to get to talk to Emily and how he sends her all those roses.
And lets not forget about how funny he is and how great David Schwimmer plays him.
Ross is just as good of a character as anyone else on the show in my opinion. Thats why it makes me so sad to see all the posts and comments about how people doesn’t like him. I think he definitely deserves more respect and appreciation. And lets not forget that his drama is what’s holding the show interesting.
So thats why I think Ross is a nice guy
New to the show since the reunion and avid binger ever since. Still don't get it with Chandler & Janice. Did he love her, or not?
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