Robbie Amell , star of " Uploa" explains why you can't miss the latest from " Parks and Recreation " creator Greg Daniels. Watch the video. Ross gets his anonymous teacher evaluations back and finds out that he has an admirer amongst his students. The student, Elizabeth, asks Ross out. There was a fire in Phoebe's apartment probably due to Phoebe's candles. Phoebe stays at Joey's and Rachel at Monica's until the apartment will be fixed. Chandler's friend Dana from college directs the new Al Pacino movie so Chandler has to take her out to get Joey an audition.
However, after spending some time with Ross, Charlie realizes she has much more in common with him than she does with Joey and breaks up with the latter. Joey later sees Ross and Charlie kiss and feeling both hurt and betrayed, goes to Rachel's room and kisses her. Ross learns of her relationship with Joey when he catches them kissing and tries to accept their relationship but it's clear he's not taking it well.
Rachel and Joey break up after realizing they are just too good friends to continue. Ross and Charlie have a healthy, good relationship to begin with until she is reunited with an ex-boyfriend, Benjamin Hobart.
She ultimately decides she still has feelings for him and ends it with Ross. Ross helps Rachel to move out of her office when she is fired from her job at Ralph Lauren, and they coincidentally meet up with Mark on the street outside. Ross doesn't remember him until Rachel reminds him of the fact that Ross was insanely jealous of Mark. Ross' old jealousies are briefly reignited until he learns that Mark is married and has twins, then he supports Rachel trying to get the job opening at Louis Vuitton until he learns that she is offered a position in Paris when he successfully bribes her old boss Mr.
Zelner into giving Rachel her job back at Ralph Lauren. Ross is upset when he learns that Rachel still intends to leave the country, and very angry when she gives all of her friends at a party they threw to give her a proper send-off a heartfelt, one-on-one goodbye but does not speak to him.
When he later confronts her, however, she tells him this was really just because she found it too emotionally hard after everything they had been through, and the two spend the night together. Ross is encouraged that they are restarting a relationship until she tells him that was the perfect way to say goodbye. Later realizing he must tell Rachel that he still loves her, he goes to the airport with Phoebe and expresses his feelings, but she walks away and boards the plane, flustered.
He sadly goes home but then hears a message she left him on her answering machine, revealing she changed her mind and was trying to get off the plane. Ross turns around when he hears her voice say "I got off the plane" and sees her standing in the doorway, and they passionately kiss, embrace and get back together, promising never to break up again.
It's assumed that Rachel and Emma move back in with Ross since they're now in a relationship after their final onscreen kiss. In the pilot episode of Joey it is implied that Ross and Rachel have remarried, however that statement is vague and there is no confirmation in-universe.
While he is smart, polite, caring, thoughtful and kind, Ross is often clumsy and socially awkward - taking the characteristics of the stereotypical "loser nerd". He is sometimes shown to have a good sense of humor. He is the only member of the group of friends with a doctorate and, as such, can be arrogant.
In most cases, his arrogance backfires or gets the best of him. In later seasons, due to his two failed marriages and ruined life, he starts developing breathtaking anger management issues and also shown to easily be irritated, often breaking into angry outbursts over minor things. For example, in " The One With Ross' Sandwich ", Ross is fired from the museum after yelling at his boss for eating his sandwich.
This behavior leads to him taking on a more antagonistic role in most episodes in the later seasons. Ross seems to have a childlike need to always be right. Shocked by this, he spends the rest of the episode pestering her and trying to get her to believe in evolution. He is angered when Phoebe asks him why he has this need for everyone to always agree with him.
He seems to find people irrational if they won't conform to his point-of-view. Ross' childishness was more emphasized and apparent at the beginning of his and Rachel's relationship in which he began spending if possible even more time at Monica's apartment and their relationship reverted back to when they were teenagers which in the same episode Monica reveals she hated him during their youth. However, this isn't unique to one particular episode and they have at times shown traits of typical sibling relationships even at their adult age throughout the series; for example rash outbursts, competitiveness, and physical confrontations.
Perhaps the cause of his childlikeness is his parents. As he was the favored and academically gifted child who received the more credit and praise in comparison to Monica, he can't always be blamed for his sometimes enlarged ego. Also, he doesn't respond well when his parents don't give him the acknowledgment they always do and was clearly distraught over Jack's Porsche being given to Monica as a peace offering for ruining her childhood memories claiming that he was a "medical marvel.
He framed Chandler for making him smoke marijuana in college and when this was revealed in " The One Where Ross Got High ", he refused to tell Jack and Judy, despite it being years ago and that he had not done so since. He once considered informing them in a letter simply out of sheer cowardice.
Ross, despite being socially awkward, dates many women throughout the series. Due to his unsuccessful marriage to Carol Willickhe started to develop fierce amounts of paranoia and insecurities when it comes to women. Monica states that before Carol left Ross for Susanhe was never paranoid or jealous Due to this, he does not seem to even trust Rachel to be faithful to him and is often prone to jealousy and is quick to suspect his girlfriend's of cheating on him.
Most of his dates are disrupted or completely ruined once his paranoia or geekiness get the best of him. These paranoias and insecurities often causes conflict in his relationships; for example, when Rachel began spending a lot of time with a co-worker of hers named Mark Robinsonout of paranoia he came to mistakenly suspect that she was having an affair, when in reality she only ever considered her relationship with Mark to be platonic.
She eventually becomes so fed up with Ross' jealousy that she announces that she wants to take a break from their relationship. When Ross later tries to reconcile with her by phoning her at her apartment, he overhears Mark's voice in the background. In reality Mark had come to comfort her as a friend after calling her and hearing she was upset after her fight with Ross, but once again out of paranoia Ross mistakenly thinks he is there to have sex with her and angrily hangs up.
Convinced now that his suspicions about her affair with Mark were right and his relationship with her is over, a depressed Ross gets drunk and the sum of the alcohol, his emotional vulnerability and a promiscuous woman named Chloe results in him choosing to have sex with her. He does not learn he had been mistaken in thinking Rachel had sex with Mark until the following morning when he hears a message Rachel left on his answering machine, telling him she wants to work on the relationship.
The pair get back together only to break up again when Rachel discovers Ross' indiscretion with Chloe. Ross' jealousy also becomes apparent during his relationship with Emily Walthamwhen he fears that she is growing too close to Carol's lesbian partner, Susan Bunch.
His jealous streak rears its ugly head again when he dates his student, Elizabeth Stevensand ultimately accompanies her on her spring break vacation to ensure she does not stray. Despite being financially secure, Ross is notoriously cheap. He gets his hair cut at the bargain chain Super Cuts; steals toiletries and other amenities from hotels and refuses to tip anyone. He is often mocked by his friends about his annoying habits of correcting people's grammar and avoiding straightforward dialogue when nervous.
He tries to convince his friends to act for the best in difficult situations even though such actions may be difficult to carry out.
In season 2, he encourages Joey to audition for Another World after being fired from Days of Our Livesdespite Joey's refusal to present himself for a two-line part of a secondary character.
In season 7, he buys Phoebe the bike of her dreams but threatens to take it away from her because of her reluctance to learn how to ride it. When he discovers that Joey has a crush on Rachel, he tells him to tell her about it and go for it instead of hiding it Above all, Ross is a very sweet, loving and adorable guy who is always looking out for everyone's best interests and often the most mature compared to the rest of the gang, despite his ego, outbursts, and paranoia.
Ross and Chandler go quite a way back, being roommates in college. They are best friends, not to mention brothers-in-law. Ross was the last to find out about Chandler and Monica's relationship, and at first, he was furious. But after Chandler told Ross he and Monica weren't just messing around and that they really cared for each other, his attitude immediately changes and is very happy for them.
Chandler becomes his and later Rachel's brother-in-law when Chandler and Monica marry. Ross often comes into conflict with Phoebe. His rationality and Phoebe's self-devised beliefs lead to conflict over the theories of evolution, gravity, and whether or not Phoebe's dead mother has been reincarnated as a cat. The evening Ross finds out that Carol is a lesbian, he and Phoebe almost have sex in the club that is to become Central Perk.
Fortunately, they stop before their friends arrive. Despite their conflicts, Ross and Phoebe rely on one another for advice and support. For example, Phoebe turns to Ross when she has problems with Mike and Ross turned to Phoebe when he wants to prevent Rachel from going to Paris.
Ross is also the one to obtain Phoebe a bike after hearing her complain about never having one as a child. Phoebe also reassures Ross that he and Rachel will get together and encouraged Ross to go for it with Rachel in the hospital. Ross and Joey's relationship in the earlier seasons initially appeared somewhat tenuous and largely existing due to their mutual association with Chandler, with Ross' smarts being a particular source of annoyance for Joey perhaps more so than the rest.
However, as the series progresses they quickly become good friends and grow much closer, to the point of even napping together Much to their embarrassment when the rest of the gang finds out. By the later seasons, Ross himself refers to Joey as his best friend, while Joey goes so far as to initially feel reluctant of being in a relationship with Rachel due to Ross' potential and eventually factual disapproval, although the latter eventually agrees to deal with it for Joey since it had been so long since Rachel and Ross were together at that point.
Regardless, the two are supportive of each other and frequently attempt to help each other with whatever problem comes, with Joey especially providing aid when it comes to relationship advice.
Joey is the one who led Ross and Rachel to sleep together after telling him the Europe story. Ross is often annoyed by Joey's less-than-stellar smarts, though this is rarely a cause of the rift.
Will Colberthis former high school buddy. They held regular meetings in Ross' bedroom and at school. The last time they saw each other was at Lance Davis's graduation party.
Ross and Will are quite friendly to each other despite the time apart but are at odds when Will becomes hostile towards Rachel. Will gets upset when he learns that Ross went out with Rachel when he and the former had a pact with the club because it had the word "eternity" in it.
When the two men reveal the rumor they made about Rachel being a hermaphrodite and Rachel becomes tearful and upset, Ross and Will smile happily, but when Rachel stormed out, Ross felt guilty at his actions while Will continues smiling.
Later, when Rachel tells everyone about Ross making out with the high-school librarian, Ross gets furious and soon decides to get back in the club and high-fives Will. Will then becomes shocked to learn that Ross got Rachel pregnant but proud that they're not getting married.
He tries to high-five Ross again, but Ross ignores it. It is unknown what happened between them after Will left at the end of the episode and is never mentioned again. Monica is Ross' younger sister who has become close to her brother during the past ten years.
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She has also become his best friend, and consoles him every time his marriage or relationship fails. Ross is the older brother of Monica Gellerand he is the favored child of their parents.
He was described as a "medical marvel" when he was born because his mother was originally believed to be barren. There may have been some discrepancies when the writers came up with the story, as in another episode Jack Geller mentioned that they got married after Judy got pregnant because apparently, the dog thought her diaphragm was a chew toy. Monica and Ross are extremely competitive, as demonstrated in " The One With The Football " where it is revealed that every Thanksgiving during their childhood they had taken part in a football match called the Geller Cup.
This family tradition ended in its sixth year after Monica broke Ross' nose. In their childhood and teenage life, Monica and Ross were also very violent with each other. Monica once hit Ross with a giant pumpkin and Ross once jammed a stick through the spokes of Monica's bike, causing her to flip over and hit her head on the curb. In their adult lives, they have a close sibling relationship, though if either brings up something embarrassing, the other will try to top it, causing a snowball effect which often ends in Chandler asking "What did I marry into?
Ross is also typically overprotective of Monica.
Ross has two children, Ben and Emma. The oldest, Benis Ross and Carol 's son. He was conceived before their divorce. He is named after the name on a janitor's uniform worn by Phoebe as she attempted to escape from the janitor's closet that she, Susan, and Ross were trapped in while Carol was in labor. At first, Ben is a shy boy, but an afternoon spent with Rachel transforms him into a mischievous prankster. He is played by Cole Sprouse.
Emma Geller-Greenehis daughter. The youngest, Emma is Ross and Rachel's daughter. She was conceived in a one-night stand near the end of Season 7. Emma lived with Ross and Rachel until one of their fights caused Rachel to take Emma and move back in with Joey.
She remained there for the rest of the series until Ross and Rachel got back together in the series finale. Ross is shown to be an extremely caring and committed father, doing as much as he can to make sure the children are looked after correctly.
He gets angry at Chandler and Joey for leaving Ben on a bus in Season 2but his playful side also came out when he tricked Monica into thinking she had damaged Ben's brain by banging his head on a wooden pylon during a game and on Rachel when he pretends to have fallen down the stairs after Rachel taught Ben practical jokes.
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He is also very caring towards Emma when they're seen together. In response to his loneliness after his divorce from Carol, Ross adopts a Capuchin monkey named Marcel. The relationship is troublesome at first, but the two grow quite close. This lasts until Marcel's sexual drive, which causes him to hump inanimate objects and people's legs, forces Ross to donate him to a zoo.
After expressing horror at the thought of giving Marcel to Dr. Baldharana man who owns an animal fighting ring, Ross is relieved when Joey and Chandler inform him that Marcel had been accepted into San Diego Zoo.
An underlying joke is how comparable Ross and Marcel's relationship is to that of a live-in couple. Ross feels the urge to see Marcel again but is told by the zoo that Marcel is dead. But a zookeeper informs Ross that Marcel has been stolen.
The monkey, Katie, who played Marcel, played the monkey in the real movie Outbreak. Marcel's favorite song is "The Lion Sleeps Tonight," which is how Ross gets Marcel's attention when he is at the set of the Outbreak movie, the gang singing the song to Marcel. Ross, later in the series, admits to how unusual his purchase was, saying in " The One With Unagi ", "Remember when I had a monkey? What was I thinking? Ross' relationship with Rachel's father, Leonard is nothing short of deepest mutual loathing.
Greene catches Ross wearing his glasses and having one of his cigarettes and earlier Ross makes some joke about vascular surgery being a game while in " The One With The Race Car Bed ", during dinner, Rachel tries to have the two men bond, although at the end of this episode they bond a little by making fun of Rachel's flaws and of her renter's insurance, later they started disliking each other again. Greene reappears in the show after 5 seasons of disappearance where he learns about Rachel's pregnancy and is shocked to hear that Ross is the father of his first grandchild and is not happy that he and Rachel aren't getting married.
He goes to Ross' apartment where he and Mona are dating. An argument ensues and Mona eventually finds out about Rachel being pregnant from Ross, almost resulting in Ross and Mona's relationship ending.
Greene asks Ross if he has knocked up any of his other daughters lately, which Ross says no, just Rachel. In Dr.
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Greene's final moment when he comes out of his room, he gives Ross a deadly look, hearing Ross tell Rachel he's never having sex with her again although it does later happen. Greene becomes Ross' father-in-law and Ross becomes Dr.
Greene's son-in-law when it's stated in Joey that Ross and Rachel had married again. Ross has a good relationship with Rachel's mother, Sandra. In every episode except for their first meeting in the coffeehouse, she and Ross appear to respect each other and don't seem to clash at all.
At one point she tells him "I've always liked you Ross ". Sandra becomes Ross' mother-in-law and Ross becomes Sandra's son-in-law when Ross and Rachel get married again as revealed in Joey. Ross doesn't have a very good relationship with Amy Greene, mostly because of her behavior, her personality and because of having Emma's ears pierced.
Amy becomes Ross' sister-in-law and Ross becomes Amy's brother-in-law when Ross and Rachel get married again. Ross and Jill's relationship seems to be quite okay. During Jill's 2 appearances, she and Ross have a brief relationship, but that ends when Ross realizes that if something happens between him and Jill, nothing may happen with him and Rachel.
However, they still remain friends. Rachel hints to Ross to break up with Jill, Ross gets the hint and he says he will when he meets up with her at their date; however, Rachel forces Ross to call Jill up right at that moment in the Central Perk. Jill becomes Ross' sister-in-law when Ross and Rachel remarry shortly after the series finale. Ross divorces his first wife of three years, Carol, when she reveals that she is a lesbian and began having an affair with Susan Bunchwhom she met at the gym.
After the initial post-relationship complications had been overcome, however, they have been generally able to get along and share custody of their son, Ben. Ross even achieves mutual respect with Susan after Phoebe makes them realize that they would all be parents to Carol and Ross' son. Ross later helps Carol and Susan reconcile when they have an argument about Carol's parents' disapproval of their marriage.
The two are shown to be very close despite what happened between them and they like to help each other out as shown throughout the series for example in " The One Without The Ski Trip " when Carol consoles Ross when he is depressed after his split with Rachel and he fixes her truck.
In an alternative reality storyline shown in flashbacks during the show, Ross is still married to Carol but their sex life is stagnant. Not realizing that she is a lesbian, Ross suggests to Carol that they have a threesome, to spice things up, to which Carol instantly agrees. The other person in the threesome turns out to be Susan which ends as a twosome when the two women show no interest in Ross.
Later on, Ross is forced to accept that his wife is a lesbian and ends up consoling Rachel after she discovers that her husband, Barry, is having an affair as well with the neighborhood dog walker.
Ross' relationship with Rachel is the most well-known and probably the most complex relationship of the series and they are each other's soulmate. Rachel and Ross have had an on and off relationship during these past ten years. At first, Ross gained a crush on her in 9th grade and has developed since. They dated for a year only to break up on their first anniversary, leaving them both devastated and heartbroken, which causes the two to not be able to stand each other for a while, but they eventually become friends again.
In Vegas the got married resulting in divorce, moreover, in season eight she gives birth to their child Emma.
Throughout the majority of the first season, Ross tries to admit his feelings to Rachel but is never successful. At the end of the season, Chandler convinces Ross to stop pursuing her. Ross leaves for an archaeological dig in China, shortly before Rachel's birthday party. During Ross' absence, Rachel finally learns of his feelings for her. She rushes to meet him at the airport so she can tell him that she feels the same, and is heartbroken when he arrives with his new girlfriend, Julie.
Because of a message that a drunken Rachel leaves on his answering machine, Ross learns that she has fallen for him. After arguing in Central Perk, they share their first passionate kiss . A confused Ross messes things up when he creates a list of Rachel's and Julie's faults and best attributes, and they don't get together until a while later . Mark then comes round Rachel's apartment to provide her with comfort as a friend after calling her and hearing she was upset after her fight with Ross; when Ross telephones her at her apartment in an attempt to resume his relationship with her, he overhears Mark's voice in the background and once again out of paranoia mistakenly thinks he is there to have sex with her, angrily hangs up.
When Rachel finds out, she breaks up with Ross. The scene was so emotionally intense that both David Schwimmer and Jennifer Aniston reportedly cried near the end of the episode and continued after it was shot.
The two share an "almost on-again, almost off-again" relationship over the years. They are even married during a drunken night in Las Vegas. This isn't resolved until weeks later when Ross, unable to get an annulment, realizes that they have to get a divorce but Rachel reveals it was her idea to get married.
They agree that if they got married properly, that would be it for them. He begins to panic over the fact that he is going to be divorced for the third time.
Later in the series, they sleep together and conceive their first child, Emma. After Emma's birth, a slight misunderstanding causes Rachel to mistakenly think Joey is proposing to her. Afterward, Ross and Rachel start to raise Emma in Ross' apartment until a fight causes Rachel to move back in with Joey. She tells Ross that he is the most important person in her life, and they sleep together. Ross, hoping the next morning to get back together with Rachel in " The Last One ", finds out that Rachel sees the night as, "the perfect way to say goodbye.
Upon returning to his apartment, Ross hears a phone message left by Rachel. While recording the message, she realizes how much she loves him and that she wants to stay in New York. The final part of the message contains her desperate effort to deplane while being resisted by a flight attendant. Ross, not knowing whether she was able to get off the plane, is happily surprised by her sudden presence in his front room. The pair kisses, promising each other that, "This is it.
No more fooling around.
They hold hands in the final scene of the series. In the season premiere of the spinoff series JoeyJoey mentions that all of his friends have married, settled down and started families. Elizabeth was a very sweet girl. But she was a girl. They started dating after the semester ended. However, given the wide age gap, this pairing never seemed quite right.
Ross was an adult with a career and a young son. Meanwhile, Elizabeth was still a college student. She was outgoing and uninhibited and very unlike Rachel or the other women Ross had dated. So as soon as the opportunity presented itself, he broke up with Bonnie to get back together very briefly with her. Cheryl had a lot going for her. Not only was she exceptionally attractive, she was also a paleontologist which made her surprisingly compatible with Ross.
There was just one huge problem: she was messy. And not just typical messy. Disgusting, apartment-covered-in-trash messy. Ross attempted to get over it because everything else about Cheryl was pretty fantastic.
Unfortunately, Cheryl's dirty lifestyle ended up being a deal-breaker. And since Cheryl seemed unwilling to consider the idea of maybe cleaning up a bit, it was probably for the best. In many ways, Charlie was a great fit for Ross. She was a fellow paleontology professor and his intellectual equal. Ross wanted to ask her out when they first met in Season 9, but instead she started dating Joey.
Then she dumped Joey for Ross and finally she dumped Ross to get back together with her ex. Many Friends fans hated Emily, who Ross met and married in Season 4. Yet, in fairness to Emily, none of that was her fault. In fact, Emily clearly loved and supported Ross.
She even agreed to move to New York to be with him. Given the circumstances though, her reaction was understandable.