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The second season of Friends, an American sitcom created by David Crane and Marta Kauffman, premiered on NBC on September 21, 1995. Friends was produced by Bright/Kauffman/Crane Productions, in association with Warner Bros. Television. The season contains 24 episodes and concluded airing on May 16, 1996.

Episodes

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251The One with Ross’s New GirlfriendMichael LembeckJeffrey Astrof & Mike SikowitzSeptember 21, 199545730132.1[3]
At Rachel’s birthday celebration, Chandler accidentally reveals that Ross is in love with her. Rachel goes to the airport to meet Ross and tell him she cares for him, unaware he is returning with Julie (Lauren Tom), his new girlfriend. Chandler now feels guilty for having told Ross to get over Rachel. When Phoebe gives Joey and Chandler haircuts, Monica wants her cut. Phoebe initially refuses, but finally relents. She misunderstands Monica’s wishes and gives her a bad haircut. Joey takes Chandler to his tailor for a new suit, but the man touches Chandler inappropriately while measuring him. Chandler tells Joey who naively believes this is the usual procedure. Ross annoys everyone constantly talking about Julie, upsetting Rachel who then spends the night with her old lover, Paolo.
262“The One with the Breast Milk”Michael LembeckAdam Chase & Ira UngerleiderSeptember 28, 199545730229.8[3]
The guys are uncomfortable with Carol breastfeeding Ben, and the situation is made worse by Joey and Phoebe tasting it. Rachel is uncomfortable with Monica’s growing friendship with Julie. At his department store job, Joey competes with a fellow cologne spritzer for the affection of a beautiful colleague (Emily Procter).
273“The One Where Heckles Dies”Kevin S. BrightMichael Curtis & Gregory S. MalinsOctober 5, 199545730330.2[3]
When Chandler refuses to date a woman from work, claiming her nostrils are too big, the gang points out this is his way of avoiding serious relationships. When Rachel and Monica’s downstairs neighbour, Mr. Heckles, suddenly dies, he leaves all his belongings to them, which is nothing but junk they now have to get rid of. Chandler, noticing eerie similarities between his life and Mr.Heckles’s, panics, believing he will die alone. Ross and Phoebe argue over the theory of evolution. To avoid ending up like Mr. Heckles, Chandler calls Janice, only to learn that she is married and expecting a baby.
284“The One with Phoebe’s Husband”Gail MancusoAlexa JungeOctober 12, 199545730528.1[3]
The gang is amazed that Phoebe is secretly married to a gay Canadian ice dancer, Duncan (Steve Zahn) so he could get a green card. He suddenly shows up wanting a divorce, saying he realized he is not gay and wants to marry someone else, though Phoebe discovers she has feelings for him. Interesting facts are revealed about the others: Joey starred in a porn film and Chandler has a third nipple. Ross seeks relationship advice from Rachel after revealing that he and Julie have yet to consummate their relationship. Rachel, in love with Ross, advises they abstain, while Joey gives Ross the opposite advice.
295“The One with Five Steaks and an Eggplant”Ellen GittelsohnChris BrownOctober 19, 199545730428.3[3]
When a sexy-sounding woman calls the wrong number, Chandler seeks to exploit the situation. Income disparity issues divide the friends: the well-off Ross, Chandler, and Monica versus the less affluent Phoebe, Rachel, and Joey. Newly-promoted Monica is fired after accepting “gifts” from her restaurant’s meat supplier.
306“The One with the Baby on the Bus”Gail MancusoBetsy BornsNovember 2, 199545730630.2[3]
Monica rushes Ross to the emergency room after suffering an allergic reaction to her kiwi-lime pie. Chandler and Joey use Ross’ baby son, Ben, as bait to pick up girls, only to accidentally leave him on a bus. They find him at the bus Lost & Found, but are unsure which of two lost babies is Ben. Phoebe loses her Central Perk singing gig to a professional singer (Chrissie Hynde), so she defiantly sings in front of the café.
An attractive young woman Lea Thompson deflates Joey and Chandler’s heterosexual masculinity after asking where they adopted Ben because her gay brother and his partner want to adopt. Also, a stranger Giovanni Ribisi who accidentally dropped a condom in Phoebe’s guitar case, rushes back, needing it for an “emergency.” Catherine Bell appears as Robin, one of the girls in the bus.
317“The One Where Ross Finds Out”Peter BonerzMichael BorkowNovember 9, 199545730730.5[3]
While on a date, Rachel, upset over Ross, drinks too much. Her date suggests she needs closure, so she leaves a message on Ross’ answering machine claiming she is “over” him. After hearing it, a stunned Ross wrestles with choosing her or Julie. Meanwhile, a depressed, out-of-work Monica volunteers to be Chandler’s personal trainer, going overboard in the process. Phoebe takes Joey’s advice when her new boyfriend is reluctant to have sex, only to have it backfire on her. Ross, upset and citing numerous reasons, tells Rachel it is too late for them to be together and he is staying with Julie. At the end of the episode, Ross goes to Rachel and they kiss.
328“The One with the List”Mary Kay PlaceDavid Crane & Marta KauffmanNovember 16, 199545730832.9[3]
Ross struggles choosing between his childhood crush, Rachel and his current girlfriend, Julie. He enlists Joey and Chandler’s help in making a list of each girl’s pros and cons. He chooses Rachel, ending it with Julie. Rachel later finds the list and breaks up with Ross. Meanwhile, Monica is hired to create recipes using a vile-tasting synthetic chocolate substitute called, Mockolate.
339“The One with Phoebe’s Dad”Kevin S. BrightJeffrey Astrof & Mike SikowitzDecember 14, 199545730927.8[3]
At Christmas time, Monica, strapped for cash, tips using cookies rather than cash, receiving mixed reactions. Phoebe discovers that the framed picture of her father that her grandmother keeps is actually the photo model. She tries locating her real father, then decides she is unready to meet him. Chandler and Joey delayed Christmas shopping and scrounge gifts from a gas station. To win back Rachel, Ross asks her to make a list about him, then he is offended when she calls him obsessive.
3410The One with RussThomas SchlammeIra UngerleiderJanuary 4, 199645731132.2[3]
Monica gets back together with Fun Bobby, who the gang realize has a drinking problem. Monica gets him to quit drinking, only to find he is no longer fun. Joey lands the role of Dr. Drake Ramoray, a neurosurgeon on Days of Our Lives after refusing to sleep with the casting lady, who admires his integrity. Rachel dates a guy named Russ, who bears an uncanny resemblance to Ross (both roles played by David Schwimmer. Eventually, Rachel dumps Russ after finally realizing he is a copy of Ross. In the end, Russ and Julie (Lauren Tom) fall in love at first sight.
3511The One with the Lesbian WeddingThomas SchlammeDoty AbramsJanuary 18, 199645731231.6[3]
Carol and Susan hire Monica to cater their lesbian wedding, though the upcoming nuptials run into a snag that Ross helps untangle. Phoebe believes she is possessed by the spirit of an eighty-two-year-old massage client who died during a session. The woman’s widower says his late wife did not want to die until she saw “everything.” Rachel is upset when her mother (Marlo Thomas) visits and announces she is divorcing Rachel’s father.
36371213The One After the SuperbowlMichael LembeckJeffrey Astrof & Mike SikowitzMichael BorkowJanuary 28, 1996[a]45731345731452.9[3]
Ross goes to visit Marcel while in California but the zoo tells him the monkey died. Ross soon learns the monkey is alive and working in commercials. Joey receives his first fan letter and from a beautiful but crazed woman (Brooke Shields) who believes Days of Our Lives is real, which does not stop Joey from dating her. A man (Chris Isaak) invites Phoebe to sing for the children at a library, but her morbid lyrics horrify parents who complain and want her gone. However, the kids like the songs and come to the café to listen to her.Rachel and Monica compete for Jean-Claude Van Damme after meeting him on a movie set that Marcel is in. Chandler meets a former schoolmate (Julia Roberts), working as a makeup artist on the film. She seems attracted to him, but actually wants revenge for Chandler humiliating her in school. Joey gets a role as an extra in the movie, and Ross and Marcel get to spend time together.
3814The One with the Prom VideoJames BurrowsAlexa JungeFebruary 1, 199645731033.6[3]
After getting his big break with Days of Our Lives, Joey pays Chandler back with $812 and an extremely tacky engraved gold bracelet. Also, an unemployed Monica is hard up for money. A home video from Monica and Rachel’s prom night reveals that Monica was previously overweight, and Rachel had a large nose. Rachel’s date seemed to have stood her up. Ross puts on his father’s tuxedo to take Rachel to prom, but her date shows up without Rachel knowing about Ross’ intent. Rachel, overwhelmed by watching Ross’ gesture, kisses him.In 1997, TV Guide ranked this episode at #100 of its list of the 100 Greatest Episodes.[4]
3915“The One Where Ross and Rachel…You Know”Michael LembeckMichael Curtis & Gregory S. MalinsFebruary 8, 199645731532.9[3]
Joey buys a big screen TV and two leather recliners with his newfound money, turning him and Chandler into “coach potatoes” who spend days watching TV and never getting out of the chairs. Monica has a catering job for an ophthalmologist friend of her parents, the attractive Dr. Richard Burke (Tom Selleck). He and Monica are mutually smitten and later go on a date. Ross and Rachel attempt to have their first real date, though Rachel has difficulty adapting to their new relationship. As they schedule another date, Ross has a museum emergency, so he takes Rachel with him. They end up having sex the first time in a museum exhibit, waking up to visitors watching them.The episode introduces Tom Selleck in a recurring guest role that led to an Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series in 2000.
4016“The One Where Joey Moves Out”Michael LembeckBetsy BornsFebruary 15, 199645731631.1[3]
Joey thinks it is time for him to have his own apartment and to moves out. Monica struggles to tell her parents that she is seeing Richard. Rachel and Phoebe want to get a tattoo. Phoebe chickens out and Rachel gets one despite Ross’ claim he dislikes them.
4117“The One Where Eddie Moves In”Michael LembeckAdam ChaseFebruary 22, 199645731730.2[3]
A record producer discovers Phoebe and wants to make her song “Smelly Cat” as a video. The producer secretly dubs a more talented (but less attractive) woman’s voice in the video, though Phoebe initially believes she is singing. Ross’ new relationship with Rachel causes friction with Monica who resents Ross being at the apartment all the time. Joey finds living alone is not really for him, and wants to move back in with Chandler. However Chandler already has a new roommate, Eddie. Chandler soon realizes he does not really click with Eddie (who refuses to play foosball and dislikes Baywatch) like he did with Joey.
4218The One Where Dr. Ramoray DiesMichael LembeckStory by : Alexa Junge
Teleplay by : Michael Borkow
March 21, 199645731830.1[3]
Joey’s good fortune comes crashing down when he foolishly claims in an interview that he writes his own lines, leading to his character being killed off. Phoebe attempts to help Chandler bond with his new roommate only for it to reveal Eddy’s quirky behavior. Sexual history dominates a discussion between two couples—Monica and Richard, and Ross and Rachel.
4319“The One Where Eddie Won’t Go”Michael LembeckMichael Curtis & Gregory S. MalinsMarch 28, 199645731931.2[3]
Creeped out by his bizarre new roommate, Eddie, Chandler demands he move out. Eddie agrees, then does not. He does not even remember the conversation, as he is obviously mentally ill, imagining he and Chandler took a trip to Las Vegas. Joey struggles dealing with his character being killed off and the accompanying change in his lifestyle. A new book on female empowerment inspires the girls to have a “goddess meeting.” Joey moves back in with Chandler after them tricking Eddie by convincing him he never lived there. They then make up with each other.
4420“The One Where Old Yeller Dies”Michael LembeckStory by : Michael Curtis & Gregory S. Malins
Teleplay by : Adam Chase
April 4, 199645732027.4[3]
Phoebe’s world view is shattered when she learns how Old Yeller really ends. She watches all the films her mother did not let her watch and becomes depressed. Monica becomes jealous when Richard begins hanging out with Joey and Chandler. However, this is short-lived as Joey and Chandler confess to thinking of Richard as a fatherly figure, when Richard believed they were just buddies. Rachel panics when she learns that Ross has already planned their whole life together.
4521“The One with the Bullies”Michael LembeckBrian Buckner & Sebastian JonesApril 25, 199645732124.7[3]
Chandler and Ross clash with two bullies at the coffee shop, one of whom steals Chandler’s hat. Monica, down to her last few dollars, plays the stock market based solely on the ticker symbols to avoid taking a job at a tacky 1950s themed diner. Phoebe makes multiple attempts to visit her birth father, but instead meets her half-brother, Frank Buffay Jr., and learns that her father left four years ago. Monica eventually loses her savings due to her unwise investments, and forced to take the job at the Moondance Diner, wearing a silly uniform and dancing on the counter to old songs.
4622“The One with the Two Parties”Michael LembeckAlexa JungeMay 2, 199645732225.5[3]
Monica plans a classy party for Rachel’s birthday and only invites Rachel’s mother, who is going through a contentious divorce from Rachel’s father. When Dr. Green turns up unexpectedly, an impromptu party is set up at Chandler and Joey’s apartment to keep the estranged couple apart. Things quickly go wrong, but despite a few close calls, the six friends successfully get the couple out of both parties without either bumping into each other.
4723“The One with the Chicken Pox”Michael LembeckBrown MandellMay 9, 199645732426.1[3]
Phoebe catches chicken pox just as her old flame Ryan (Charlie Sheen) arrives in town on leave from the Navy. Even though he has never had chicken pox, he wants to see her and they spend the rest of the time being sick and not scratching themselves. Joey gets a temp job at Chandler’s office and decides to play it as a role. He creates, “Joseph,” who has a wife and kids and ultimately blames Chandler for his own screw ups. Monica is upset that Richard does not have a “thing”: an unexplainable quirk. He eventually comes up with one to ease her mind.
4824The One with Barry and Mindy’s WeddingMichael LembeckStory by : Ira Ungerleider
Teleplay by : Brown Mandell
May 16, 199645732329.0[3]
Rachel agrees to be maid of honor at her ex-fiancé’s wedding, but a fashion faux pas focuses attention away from the bride. To get a role in Warren Beatty’s new movie, Joey must practice kissing guys. Monica ponders her future with Richard. Chandler falls for a mystery Internet woman who turns out to be his ex-girlfriend, Janice. Monica breaks up with Richard because he does not want to have children.

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