Lucky Ben Stiller, eh? Getting to go on a date or two with the incredible Jennifer Aniston, even if it’s just acting. While he is only on the show for one episode, he definitely goes out with a bang. Owing to his extremely short temper, Rachel’s date would just lose it at anyone or anything for basically no reason.
The two actors’ chemistry was obviously undeniable as they went on to star in the rom-com, “Along Came Polly.”
Bring. Back. The. 90's. Power. Suit. Please! Rossellini is the picture of sharp elegance, in a sophisticated pinstripe, double-breasted suit, and slicked-back hairdo. No wonder Ross had a massive crush on her.
Guest-starring as herself, she discovers that Ross had recently removed her from his laminated list of celebrities he can sleep with. In return, she totally embarrasses him. Go Isabella Go!
Ah yes, Mr. Rastatter? We totally love this cameo. He is desperately trying to launch "Mokolate", a synthetic chocolate substitute. It turns out to be as unappetizing as it sounds.
Monica tries — and fails — to mask her disgust for it. If you can’t recall the scene, head on over to the "Friends" Instagram page — they actually posted it. Michael McKean is gold!
“1992... that was the year I… with Evel Knievel” that was a great line eh? We can’t fill in the blank but it’s there. Fans will know. Jennifer plays Amanda Buffamonteezi, a friend who moved to the UK and comes back with the worst British accent ever. We love to hate it.
Coolidge’s character blurts out that Phoebe once wasn’t too fond of Monica, which causes the two to have words. But just wait until Coolidge starts dancing. It's absolutely fabulous!
Ross starts dating Cheryl, played by Rebecca Romijn. It's lust at first sight with these two but there’s one problem: she has a seriously dirty apartment. While her place looks worse than a frat room, there’s a double standard — she says Ross’s place smells weird.
Talk about he said, she said. Ross tries very hard to look past the mess but when he finds a rat in her apartment, he decides it’s time to move on.