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Romantic hookups continue to go astray in Barbados as Monica , Phoebe and Chandler overhear Ross kissing Charlie, while through the room's other wall they can eavesdrop on Joey and Rachel. Ross decides to stop anything else that could happen with Charlie, and decides to tell Joey about it. Meanwhile Joey and Rachel keep kissing and Chandler, Monica and Phoebe keep listening through the wall that lead to Ross' bedroom. Ross enters the room seeing the three with their heads against the wall and asks what are they doing, and they all pretend to say goodbye to the hotel by hugging the wall. Ross tells them that he's looking for Joey to tell him about Charlie and leaves the room not but after he says goodbye to the wall as well. Joey and Rachel are still in the bedroom and Ross knocks on their door, Rachel tells Joey to hide and turns around looking for a good spot, as Chandler opens the back door and takes Joey out of the room.
By Saul Austerliz. It began with a sense of profound concern. The audience had been trained too well, through years of affection for a beloved show, and felt they knew exactly what was to come. Friends had dominated the Nielsen ratings [the US audience measurement system] for more than half a decade, and as the show began the long, slow process of wrapping up, the audience was confident that in the end, they would receive precisely what they wanted. Ross and Rachel, star-crossed lovers and bickering exes, perpetually on the brink of reconciliation, would wind up together, happily coupled off. And David Crane — who had created these characters, along with Marta Kauffman — was none too pleased about it.
In the history of television and film, there have been couples that have stood the test of time. These couples come straight to the mind as soon as their respective shows or films are mentioned. The reason for this is due to the superb chemistry between the actors, and more importantly, the characterization set in the story making sense. You need the right story, the right characters, the perfect setting, and the appropriate timing. None of these were present in the coupling of Rachel and Joey from Friends.
If the fan theories , plot holes and controversial storylines from Friends still keep you up at night, you're not the only one: earlier this week, the internet got really, really angry again about when Joey and Rachel happened. At the end of Season 9, the pair's relationship moved from platonic to romance while Rachel was pregnant with Ross's child, and while they later decided they were better off as friends, a lot of fans argue that it should have never happened in the first place because of Ross. But if there's one thing to convince you otherwise, it's this epic Twitter thread from Claire Willets , who shut down claims that the romance was just a stalling mechanism for Ross and Rachel's relationship, but rather puts forward a very strong argument that Rachel and Joey are far better suited. Read it all, and then try and tell us you don't agree. I am on record as being absolutely ride-or-die anti-Ross Geller, who is for my money one of television's all-time worst human men.