Giovanni played the recurring character of Phoebe’s brother, Frank jr. Just Like Phoebe, Frank is a little offbeat, which is why we love him. The two reunite in season 3 of the show, and their sibling bond grows throughout the show.
It’s heartwarming to watch all the love and support they provide for one another.
Meredith? Oh, Meredith? Is that you? Wait…no scrubs? It can’t be! But wait, it is! We’re talking mere months before she started on the series that would change her life ("Grey’s Anatomy"), Ellen Pompeo made an appearance on "Friends."
She pops up as Missy, a college pal of both Ross and Chandler’s. The secret that gets out: she had a kiss with Chandler, even though both of them liked her. Things certainly get a little messy.
Ah, another love interest for Phoebe. Except this former flame has an issue…and an itchy one at that: chickenpox. Charlie Sheen gives a memorable performance as a former fling of our favorite goofball, and he even dons a US Navy uniform.
The “surprise” visit sweeps Phoebe off her feet... until she gets the chickenpox. Due to their proximity, Sheen also comes down with a bad case. Looks like it’s a chicken soup date and a cold compress for them both.
Before her "Bad Boys 2" days the immensely talented Gabrielle Union plays (surprise surprise) Joey’s latest love interest AND neighbor. At the time, Kristen (Union) moves across the street from the gang and captures the attention of both Joey and Ross. But there’s one hilarious and AMAZING twist — (well, it’s not amazing for the guys, but it’s a girl power moment for sure) she’s actually dating them both!
The guys come to realize that she’s playing them both and let her choose — so she dumps them both.
Hmm, it's always a tricky situation when your friend starts dating your ex. Well, at least, Ross and Joey's friendship was able to withstand it. Initially, Joey begins dating the accomplished Charlie (played by Taylor), a paleontology professor.
But soon, it seems that she catches the eye of Ross. Hey, maybe a paleontologist dating a paleontologist is a better match. Maybe "opposites attract" isn't always the best way to go when it comes to love.