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(Entertainment Weekly)   Today in Entertainment News Relevant in 2004, Friends almost ended with an ambiguous Ross/Rachel dichotomy   (insidetv.ew.com) divider line 53
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2012-10-25 12:11:32 AM  
supposedly they thought about making Chandler gay in the first episode or two. but then they scrapped it.

hence the whole ....
joey: "just so you know, i'm ok with the whole gay thing and all...."
chandler: "what gay thing?"
joey: "uhh..."
 
2012-10-25 05:00:15 AM  

shpritz: dickfreckle: What I never understood about that show was - how did these people afford to live in a NYC apartment that size (and that view), when one was a barista/waitress who refused money from her folks and the other was a constantly struggling chef? Chandler appeared to have some sort of legit job, and I guess Joey was paid union wage when he did get gigs, but their apartment was also tiny in comparison.

Eh, just something that always bothered me, even though I'm supposed to suspend realistic ideas when watching TV.

It was a rent controlled apartment that used to belong to Monica's grandmother.


I'll be damned. That does explain it! Thanks.
 
ZAZ [TotalFark]
2012-10-25 10:17:54 AM  
joey: "just so you know, i'm ok with the whole gay thing and all...."

One of Chandler's coworkers tried to fix him up with a guy because she thought he was gay.
 
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