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Friends season 1

Season 1
Friends season 1 DVD cover
No. of episodes24
Original networkNBC
Original releaseSeptember 22, 1994 (1994-09-22) –
May 18, 1995 (1995-05-18)
Season chronology
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Season 2
List of episodes

The first season of the American television sitcom Friends aired on NBC from September 22, 1994 to May 18, 1995.

The website Collider ranked the season #9 on their ranking of the ten Friends seasons.[1] They wrote that the best episode of the season was "The One Where Rachel Finds Out".

Cast and characters


No. in
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateProd.
U.S. viewers
"The One Where Monica Gets a Roommate""
James BurrowsDavid Crane & Marta KauffmanSeptember 22, 1994 (1994-09-22)47508521.5[3]

After leaving her fiancé, Barry, at the altar, Rachel finds herself in Central Perk Café, soaking wet in her wedding dress, looking for her old friend Monica. Rachel ends up moving into Monica's New York apartment. Chandler and Joey, who live across the hall from Monica, console Monica's brother, Ross, whose wife, Carol, has just left him for a woman; Rachel's reappearance revives Ross' crush on her, which dates back to high school. Monica falls for Paul "the wine guy," only to be crushed to learn that he lied about a bad breakup to have a one-night stand with her. The gang urges Rachel to be more independent by cutting up her father's credit cards; Rachel, who has never worked before, subsequently gets a job as a waitress at Central Perk.

Guest Starring: John Allen Nelson as Paul, Clea Lewis as Franny
22"The One with the Sonogram at the End"James BurrowsDavid Crane & Marta KauffmanSeptember 29, 1994 (1994-09-29)45665220.2[4]

Carol tells Ross that she is pregnant with his child. When Ross attends the sonogram appointment, he is stunned to learn that Carol and her partner, Susan, want to give the baby their last names, but not his. Rachel returns her engagement ring to Barry, expecting him to be heartbroken, but learns he went on their cancelled honeymoon with her maid-of-honor, Mindy. Monica stresses over her and Ross' parents coming for dinner, knowing her mother will fawn over Ross while criticizing her. Guest starring: Christina Pickles as Judy Geller, Anita Barone as Carol, Jessica Hecht as Susan, Mitchell Whitfield as Barry, and Elliott Gould as Jack Geller.

Note: This is Anita Barone's only appearance as Carol. Jane Sibbett appears as Carol in all following appearances.
33"The One with the Thumb"James BurrowsJeffrey Astrof & Mike SikowitzOctober 6, 1994 (1994-10-06)45665119.5[5]
Monica is dismayed that everyone likes her new boyfriend, Alan, more than she does; when Monica eventually dumps him, Alan admits he dislikes her friends. Chandler, while helping Joey practice for an acting job, starts smoking again; when the gang complains, he diverts the attention onto their own flaws. Phoebe's bank accidentally deposits a large sum into her bank account; when she reports the error, the bank gives her even more money, as well as a novelty football telephone. Feeling guilty, Phoebe gives the money to a homeless friend, who buys her a can of soda in return, only to find a severed thumb inside it. The soda company pays Phoebe $7,000, which she gives Chandler (along with the football phone) to quit smoking.
44"The One with George Stephanopoulos"James BurrowsAlexa JungeOctober 13, 1994 (1994-10-13)45665419.7[6]
Ross, feeling morose on the anniversary of his first time sleeping with Carol, attends a Rangers game with Chandler and Joey. When a hockey puck hits Ross' face, the guys take him to the emergency room; while there, Ross reveals that Carol is the only woman he has ever slept with. Rachel is upset that most of her first paycheck went to the Federal Insurance Contributions Act tax (FICA). When her old friends visit, she is even more depressed about her new life, feeling they are more successful than she is. Monica and Phoebe throw a slumber party that fails to cheer up Rachel, until the girls spy on George Stephanopoulos, who they learn is staying in the apartment across the street.
55"The One with the East German Laundry Detergent"Pamela FrymanJeff Greenstein & Jeff StraussOctober 20, 1994 (1994-10-20)45665318.6[7]

Chandler and Phoebe decide to break up with their respective partners, Janice (Maggie Wheeler) and Tony, at the same time. Phoebe's break-up goes smoothly, but Chandler has a harder time, requiring Phoebe's help. Ross and Rachel do laundry together, though Rachel has never done it before. While at the laundromat, Ross encourages Rachel to stand up to a pushy woman (Camille Saviola), earning him a platonic kiss from Rachel. Joey wants to get back together his ex-girlfriend Angela, who is now seeing a man named Bob; he arranges a double date with Angela, Bob, and Monica, pretending that Monica is his new girlfriend while telling her that Angela and Bob are siblings. On the date, the ruse unravels due to the "inappropriate" behavior of the "siblings," forcing Joey to admit the lie to Monica, who he successfully convinces to work with him to break the couple apart.

Note: This is Maggie Wheeler's first appearance as Janice.
66"The One with the Butt"Arlene SanfordAdam Chase & Ira UngerleiderOctober 27, 1994 (1994-10-27)45665518.2[8]
Chandler dates Aurora (Sofia Milos), a beautiful, exotic woman that he soon learns is married and has another boyfriend. Chandler is initially fine having a polyamorous relationship, but soon he finds himself unable to handle yet another lover being added to the mix. Joey's new talent agent, Estelle Leonard, gets him a film role as Al Pacino's butt double; he is later fired from the role because he "overacts." Rachel cleans the apartment but triggers Monica's obsessive-compulsive tendencies after moving some furniture around.
77"The One with the Blackout"James BurrowsJeffrey Astrof & Mike SikowitzNovember 3, 1994 (1994-11-03)45665623.5[9]
During a citywide power outage, the gang hangs out at Monica and Rachel's apartment. Ross tries to share his feelings with Rachel, but a stray cat interrupts their conversation. Rachel and Phoebe search the building for the cat's owner, who is eventually revealed as their neighbor Paolo, a hunky but English-challenged Italian who Rachel falls for. Meanwhile, a nervous Chandler becomes trapped in an ATM vestibule with Victoria's Secret model Jill Goodacre. (This episode was part of "Blackout Thursday", in which NBC tied three shows set in New York City together and airing the same night, beginning with the Mad About You season 3 episode "Pandora's Box" which depicted the cause of the city-wide blackout, followed by this episode, and ending with an episode of the short-lived show Madman of the People. Seinfeld aired the same night but did not participate.)
88"The One Where Nana Dies Twice"James BurrowsMarta Kauffman & David CraneNovember 10, 1994 (1994-11-10)45665721.1[10]
Ross and Monica rush to the hospital with their parents, Jack and Judy, when their elderly maternal grandmother, Nana, is taken ill. Nana dies, and Ross and Monica go in to say their goodbyes but are shocked when Nana momentarily revives before dying again. The gang all attend Nana's funeral, where Monica subtly confronts her mother about her constantly critical attitude. Ross, who fell into an open grave at the cemetery and hurt his back, becomes loopy on muscle relaxers, while Joey, Jack and other men at the funeral watch a New York Giants game on Joey's portable TV. Chandler is astounded when a work friend tries fixing him up with a male colleague and wants to find out why many people initially think he is gay.
99"The One Where Underdog Gets Away"James BurrowsJeff Greenstein & Jeff StraussNovember 17, 1994 (1994-11-17)45665923.1[11]
As Thanksgiving nears, Rachel struggles to make enough tips to be able to pay for a plane ticket to take a skiing vacation with her family in Vail; the others chip in to help her pay for the ticket. Ross and Monica plan a quiet Thanksgiving feast at her apartment while their parents are away. Phoebe agrees to join because her grandmother celebrates Thanksgiving in December. Chandler, who hates Thanksgiving because his parents announced their divorce on that holiday, plans to stay home and eat grilled cheese sandwiches and tomato soup. Joey, who planned to go to his parents' house, is banned by his family because he unwittingly appeared on a public health poster that implies he has an STD. During the Thanksgiving parade, the Underdog balloon breaks free; the gang rushes to the roof to watch, but they get locked out of Monica's apartment. By the time they get back in, Thanksgiving dinner is burned, and Rachel has missed her flight, resulting in a brief argument. However, the friends reconcile after seeing their neighbor "Ugly Naked Guy" spending a romantic Thanksgiving with his girlfriend. Monica makes the tomato soup and grilled cheese for everyone, and Chandler muses that it has been nice for them to spend Thanksgiving together for a change.
1010"The One with the Monkey"Peter BonerzAdam Chase & Ira UngerleiderDecember 15, 1994 (1994-12-15)45666119.9[12]
The gang makes a pact not to bring dates to their New Year's Eve party, but everyone soon breaks it except Ross. While performing at Central Perk, Phoebe confronts some noisy scientists, then dates one of them, David (Hank Azaria), whom she brings to the party. Their relationship goes well until David and his research partner are offered a grant in Minsk, and he must choose to stay with Phoebe or go for career-making research. Monica invites "Fun" Bobby, who arrives unhappy because his grandfather just died. Joey is uncomfortable around his date Sandy's children, whom she brought to the party; she later ends up with David's friend. Rachel's plan to bring Paolo is derailed after he misses his flight from Italy; she returns from the airport disheveled and sporting a swollen lip after a fight with a woman over a cab. A desperate Chandler snaps and invites Janice before breaking up with her again after she mistakenly thinks he wants to get back together. Ross arrives with his new pet, a monkey named Marcel, who ignores Ross. In the end, everyone ends up without a date, accidentally fulfilling their original pact. When Chandler whines he has no one to kiss at midnight, Joey does the honors.
1111"The One with Mrs. Bing"James BurrowsAlexa JungeJanuary 5, 1995 (1995-01-05)45666026.6[13]
Chandler's flamboyant romance-novelist mother, Nora Bing (Morgan Fairchild), visits. At dinner, Ross becomes upset over Rachel and Paolo's public displays of affection and gets very drunk. He is comforted by Nora, who offers sage advice, which leads to them kissing. Joey witnesses the kiss and later says that Ross has to tell Chandler. Chandler is upset with Ross but soon forgives him, and he confronts his mother about her behavior and other issues. Monica and Phoebe see an attractive guy on the street; when Monica shouts after him, the guy is hit by a car. While he is hospitalized in a coma, the girls take turns caring for him, which turns into something of a competition. When the guy wakes up, he blows them both off. Rachel, inspired by Nora, tries writing her own romance novel, with mixed results due to her substandard typing skills.
1212"The One with The Dozen Lasagnas"Paul LazarusJeffrey Astrof & Mike Sikowitz & Adam Chase & Ira UngerleiderJanuary 12, 1995 (1995-01-12)45665824.0[14]
Everyone except Ross knows the sex of his unborn baby; he wants to wait until it is born. Rachel breaks up with Paolo after he makes a pass at Phoebe at the massage parlor. Monica makes a dozen lasagnas for her aunt's party, only to discover she wanted them vegetarian. Ross consoles Rachel after her break-up, hoping this is his chance, but Rachel declares she is swearing off all men. Rachel accidentally lets it slip to Ross that he is having a son.
1313"The One with the Boobies"Alan MyersonAlexa JungeJanuary 19, 1995 (1995-01-19)45666425.8[15]
Joey hosts his father and learns that he has been having an affair; he is torn over whether to tell his mother but soon learns she already knows and wants everything to stay as it is. Chandler accidentally sees Rachel topless after her shower, and a chain reaction of nudity ensues when she tries to even the score by seeing him naked. She instead catches Joey naked, who then sees Monica unclothed, who accidentally surprises Joey's father in the shower. Everyone dislikes Phoebe's new boyfriend, an irritating psychiatrist named Roger (Fisher Stevens) who makes uncomfortably accurate assessments about the gang.
1414"The One with the Candy Hearts"James BurrowsBill LawrenceFebruary 9, 1995 (1995-02-09)45666723.8[16]
Ross has a Valentine's Day date with a beautiful neighbor, his first date in nine years. By chance, Carol and Susan, out on their own date, end up sitting nearby at the same restaurant. When Susan has to leave, Ross spends all his time talking to Carol; his neglected date leaves without his realizing it. He kisses Carol, who reminds him why they split and consoles him. Joey's date brings a blind date for Chandler, which turns out to be Janice; they end up sleeping together, then Chandler breaks up with her on Valentine's Day. Phoebe, Monica, and Rachel spend the holiday burning mementos of their past boyfriends, causing a fire and a visit from the fire department.
1515"The One with the Stoned Guy"Alan MyersonJeff Greenstein & Jeff StraussFebruary 16, 1995 (1995-02-16)45666324.8[17]
Monica cooks a gourmet meal for Steve (Jon Lovitz), a restaurateur looking for a new chef. He arrives stoned and wants to eat everything in sight, including taco shells and gummy bears. After working as a data processor for five years, Chandler gets promoted to supervisor, then quits, claiming he only intended for his job to be temporary; when his boss calls and offers him a raise, Chandler caves and goes back to work. Ross has a date with a beautiful colleague named Celia (Melora Hardin) and gives new meaning to the term "spanking the monkey" when she meets Marcel. Ross turns to Joey for advice when Celia wants him to talk dirty as foreplay.
"The One with Two Parts"Michael LembeckMarta Kauffman & David CraneFebruary 23, 1995 (1995-02-23)456665
Joey falls for Phoebe's identical twin sister, Ursula, making Phoebe feel neglected. Meanwhile, Chandler finds himself between a rock and a hard place when he has to fire an employee he is attracted to. Ross has doubts about parenthood when he attends Lamaze classes with Carol and Susan. Meanwhile, Monica is unable to fix her TV after Marcel puts it on the "SAP" function to Spanish. After weeks of procrastinating, Rachel finally takes down the Christmas lights on their balcony, only to fall off and sprain her ankle.
At the hospital, Rachel, who has no health insurance, convinces Monica to trade identities with her so she can use Monica's coverage. The women meet two attractive doctors (George Clooney and Noah Wyle) and arrange a date, which requires them to maintain their switched identities. Ursula dumps Joey without actually telling him, so Phoebe pretends to be her so Joey will finally know. Ross doubts his ability to be a father, but after Marcel swallows Scrabble tiles and has to be taken to the hospital, Ross takes care of him, giving him confidence.
  • A repeat of Seinfeld originally aired between both parts of this two-part episode.[18]
1818"The One with All the Poker"James BurrowsJeffrey Astrof & Mike SikowitzMarch 2, 1995 (1995-03-02)45666230.4[20]
Tired her waitressing job, Rachel applies for positions in the fashion industry. She is excited to land an interview at Saks Fifth Avenue as an assistant buyer but does not get the job. Ross's normally docile demeanor disappears when the girls face the boys during a not-so-friendly poker game. Monica later seeks help from her aunt who is an expert player.
1919"The One Where the Monkey Gets Away"Peter BonerzJeffrey Astrof & Mike SikowitzMarch 9, 1995 (1995-03-09)45666829.4[21]
Rachel becomes depressed after learning that Barry and Mindy are engaged. The gang frantically searches for Marcel, who slipped out of the apartment while Rachel was watching him. Rachel, unaware Marcel is an illegal exotic pet, calls Animal Control, angering Ross. The animal control officer is Rachel and Monica's old high school classmate who has a long-standing grudge against Rachel, who has no memory of her. She refuses to release Marcel until Rachel threatens to report her for accidentally shooting Phoebe with a tranquilizer dart. Ross finds the courage to ask out Rachel, but Barry barges in to declare he still loves her.
2020"The One with the Evil Orthodontist"Peter BonerzDoty AbramsApril 6, 1995 (1995-04-06)45666930.0[22]

Rachel and Barry secretly see each other, even though he is now engaged to Mindy, who asks Rachel to be her maid of honor. When Mindy admits she and Barry had an affair while Rachel was engaged to Barry, Rachel finally confesses to Mindy that she has been sleeping with Barry; the two women confront him, though Mindy decides to marry Barry anyway. Meanwhile, Chandler goes nuts when a woman he likes does not return his phone calls, later realizing there was a mix-up. The friends become annoyed after discovering someone across the street is spying on them.

  • First appearance of the "Rachel" haircut.
2121"The One with the Fake Monica"Gail MancusoAdam Chase & Ira UngerleiderApril 27, 1995 (1995-04-27)45667128.4[23]
When Monica's identity is stolen, she, Phoebe, and Rachel decide to catch the imposter. Monica soon befriends the lively woman, who is later arrested anyway. Joey enlists his friends' help to come up with less Italian-sounding stage name, but Chandler suggests joke names that ruin his auditions. Marcel has reached sexual maturity, forcing Ross to realize he needs to be with other monkeys. Marcel is soon accepted at the San Diego Zoo, and the gang bid him goodbye at the airport.
2222"The One with the Ick Factor"Robby BensonAlexa JungeMay 4, 1995 (1995-05-04)45667029.9[24]
After losing his virginity to Monica, a young man Ethan (Stan Kirsch) reveals that he is not a college student, as she believed, but a high school senior. Phoebe temps as Chandler's secretary, and he discovers that no one at work likes him anymore now that he is the boss. Rachel has erotic dreams about Joey and Chandler, making Ross jealous. Rachel soon has a dream about Ross, but before Ross can tell Rachel he loves her, his beeper alerts him that Carol is in labor.
2323"The One with the Birth"James BurrowsStory by : David Crane & Marta Kauffman
Teleplay by : Jeff Greenstein & Jeff Strauss
May 11, 1995 (1995-05-11)45667228.7[25]

Carol is in the hospital about to give birth, prompting Monica to think about having a baby. While Carol is in labor, Ross and Susan bicker over who gets to assist her more and about what to name the baby. Phoebe drags them into a janitor's closet to settle their differences, but they get locked inside. Rachel flirts with an OB/GYN doctor who suffers burnout from seeing female anatomy every day. Joey assists a single expectant mother (Leah Remini) in labor. Ross and Susan settle their differences and propose naming the baby Ben, derived from a janitor's uniform in the closet, which Carol agrees to.

This was originally conceived as the season finale until James Burrows objected, saying that he "didn't want the show to be about a baby".
2424"The One Where Rachel Finds Out"Kevin S. BrightChris BrownMay 18, 1995 (1995-05-18)45667331.3[26]
The museum sends Ross to China to procure a dinosaur bone, just before Rachel's birthday celebration. Chandler advises Ross to get over Rachel. Before leaving, Ross asks Chandler to give Rachel his present at the party. Joey's new girlfriend, Melanie (Corinne Bohrer) wants to sleep with him, but Joey's participation in a fertility study requires temporary celibacy. During Rachel's party, Chandler accidentally lets slip that Ross is in love with her, and a big decision presents itself.

Home media

The first season was officially released on DVD in region 1 on April 30, 2002, becoming available in both the United States and Canada as a 4-disc DVD Box Set. The release includes the extended versions of every episode with footage not seen on their original NBC broadcast. Additionally, each episode is updated with color correction and sound enhancement. Special Features include a commentary for the pilot episode with executive producers Kevin S. Bright, Marta Kaufmann and David Crane, a video guide to season one's guest stars, including George Clooney, Helen Hunt and Noah Wyle; an interactive map with inside stories from the crew, a trivia quiz and the trailer of Season Two DVD Release. For region 2, the release included the original NBC broadcast version of the episodes, and not the extended versions unlike the region 1 release.

The season also had an individual Blu-ray for region A on April 30, 2013, in this release the episodes are presented in their original NBC broadcast versions and does not include the extra deleted scenes and jokes that were included in the DVD version. Additional audio & subtitle tracks are also included with this release.

Friends: The Complete First Season
Set Details Special Features
  • 23 episodes (1 double-length episode)
  • 4-disc set
  • English (Dolby 5.0 Surround)
  • English, French, Spanish & Korean subtitles
  • Audio Commentary
  • 587 minutes
  • Additional Never-Before-Seen footage on every episode
  • Producers Commentary on the Pilot Episode
  • A Peek at Central Per: Interactive Map
  • Friends of Friends: Memorable Guest Star Moments
  • Trivia Quiz: "How Well Do You Know Your Friends?"
  • Season Two Trailer
Release Dates
Region 1 Region 2 Region 4
April 30, 2002 May 29, 2000 October 4, 2006


The review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes reported a 70% approval rating, with an average rating of 7.1/10 and based on 43 critic reviews. The critics consensus reads: "Friends' daffy situations elicit just as many eye-rolls as laughs, but this perky sitcom gets by with a little help from its immensely likable cast.".[27] In the Los Angeles Daily News, Ray Richmond named the series as "one of the brighter comedies of the new season",[28] and the Los Angeles Times called it "flat-out the best comedy series of the new season".[29] Tom Feran of The Plain Dealer wrote that the series traded "vaguely and less successfully on the hanging-out style of Seinfeld",[30] while Ann Hodges of the Houston Chronicle called it "the new Seinfeld wannabe, but it will never be as funny as Seinfeld."[31] Chicago Sun-Times' Ginny Holbert found Joey and Rachel's characteristics to be underdeveloped,[32] while Richmond commended the cast as a "likeable, youth ensemble" with "good chemistry";[28] Robert Bianco of USA Today was complimentary of Schwimmer, calling him "terrific". He also praised the female leads, but was concerned that Perry's role as Chandler was "undefined" and that LeBlanc was "relying too much on the same brain-dead stud routine that was already tired the last two times he tried it".[33] The authors of Friends Like Us: The Unofficial Guide to Friends thought that the cast was "trying just a little too hard", in particular Perry and Schwimmer.[34] People Magazine said that the "saving grace" is that the characters become more likable as time goes on.


  1. ^ Alternative title given to the pilot episode is "The One Where Monica Gets a Roommate".[2]


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  5. ^ Graham, Jefferson (October 12, 1994). "CBS edges into No. 1 spot, but can it stay?". Life. USA Today. p. 3D.
  6. ^ DeRosa, Robin (October 19, 1994). "Regular series put ABC back on top". Life. USA Today. p. 3D.
  7. ^ DeRosa, Robin (October 26, 1994). "'Grace' leads ABC to tie with CBS". Life. USA Today. p. 3D.
  8. ^ DeRosa, Robin (November 2, 1994). "ABC is 'Home' alone at the top". Life. USA Today. p. 3D.
  9. ^ DeRosa, Robin (November 9, 1994). "'Cagney & Lacey' makes winning return". Life. USA Today. p. 3D.
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  29. ^ Rosenberg, Howard (September 22, 1994). "NBC's Strongest Evening of the Week Has Its Weak Spot", (Registration required). Los Angeles Times, Tribune Company. Retrieved January 4, 2009.
  30. ^ Feran, Tom (September 22, 1994). "New Series Softens Dabney Coleman— A Little", The Plain Dealer, Newhouse Newspapers. Retrieved January 4, 2009.
  31. ^ Hodges, Ann (September 22, 1994). "NBC sitcoms make Thursday less funny", Houston Chronicle, Hearst Newspapers. Retrieved January 4, 2009.
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  34. ^ Sangster, p. 14


  • Sangster, Jim; Bailey, David (2000). Friends Like Us: The Unofficial Guide to Friends (Second ed.). London: Virgin Publishing. ISBN 0753504391.
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