Think you know a lot about the characters from the hit sitcom "Friends?" Then you're in the right place!
Rachel was the spoiled one, Monica was the responsible one and Phoebe was the day-dreaming one. As for the guys, Ross was the intelligent one, Chandler was the witty one and Joey was the macho one. For ten seasons, these characters formed a bond with viewers that has been nearly unparalleled in television history. Watching them interact with each other, live and love, and make us laugh like never before, ensures that this sitcom will remain a Netflix-and-chill binge favorite for years to come.
A whopping 236 episodes also ensured that we have material for quizzes for decades!
Who knows which Friend worked as a butt double, which Friend has a monkey, who dated Janice and which two Friends got married (wait, there were more than two, right?) Can you name each characters' last name? How many famous guest stars do you remember? If you can answer each of these questions, then this quiz is for you.
Put those almost 5,000 viewing hours (yup, we did the math) to good use with this quiz, and see how much you absorbed!
When Joey goes on a date with Phoebe's friend Sarah, she happens to eat food (French fries) off his plate. We know, "Joey doesn't share food!" This was the kiss of death for a date.
You might recognize Ursula Buffay, Phoebe's identical twin sister, from the TV show, "Mad About You." The Ursula character was a waitress at Riff's, but also, we learn when Phoebe is mistaken for her, had a career in porn. According to "Mad About You," Ursula eventually went on to become the governor of New York.
Marcel, Ross's white-headed capuchin monkey from season one, liked to bop along with the song, "The Lion Sleeps Tonight."
Joey gets some interesting gigs when he begins working with an agent, Estelle. She books him a job as Al Pacino's butt double in the episode, "The One with the Butt."
In season five, Rachel buys a hairless cat, the same breed her grandmother had when Rachel was a kid. Rachel and her cat don't end up getting along very well, and in the end, Gunther buys the cat, and we can assume they live happily ever after.
When Rachel and Monica plan Phoebe's bachelorette party, they don't plan on hiring a stripper until they find out that the bride-to-be was counting on "entertainment." Panicked, they hire the first one available, Roy. Roy, in character as "Officer Goodbody" and played by Danny DeVito, turns out to be an aging stripper who cries.
The Tribbiani's had eight children, seven girls and one boy: Gina, Tina, Dina, Mary-Angela, Mary-Therese, Veronica, Cookie and Joseph Francis "Joey" Tribbiani Jr.
Christina Applegate guest stars as Amy Green, Rachel's younger (middle) sister. She calls Phoebe, "Emma," and thinks that "Phoebe" is "a funny noise." And the actual Emma? She first thinks Ross and Rachel's daughter is a boy named Emmett.
Joey loves sandwiches. He loves his stuffed penguin named Huggsy (as does baby Emma,) his imaginary friend Maurice (who's a space cowboy) and his Cabbage Patch Kid named Alicia May Emory.
Chandler's father, Charles Bing, is a drag queen played by Kathleen Turner who performs as "Helena Handbasket" in a Vegas show called "Viva Las Gaygas." Chandler and his father reconcile just before Monica and Chandler's wedding, after not speaking for years.
Joey, who has forgotten he's supposed to set Phoebe up on a blind date, chooses a random person named Mike in the coffee shop, instead. But the two hit it off, and, although they're temporarily "on a break" when Mike feels he won't ever remarry, they do end up together (and married.)
After Phoebe marries Mike Hannigan, she changes her name; eventually, to "Phoebe Buffay-Hannigan," but first to "Princess Consuela Bananahammock." Mike, in response, changes his name to "Crap Bag."
When Chandler and Joey claimed they knew more about Monica and Rachel than Monica and Rachel knew about themselves, the game was on. Ross created the questions and officiated. When asked what Monica's pet peeve was, Joey answered correctly, "animals dressed as humans."
When we first meet Rachel, she's just left Barry at the altar and still wearing her wedding dress. "And that's when it hit me," she explains, "how much Barry looks like Mr. Potato Head. Ya know, I mean, I always knew he looked familiar, but..."
During the contest for Monica's apartment, Ross asks, what name appears on the TV Guide address label? Rachel guesses, "Chandler Bing." But the correct answer, says Ross, is "Chanandler Bong." "Actually," Chandler corrects him, "it's MISS Chanandler Bong."
"Regina Phalange" is Phoebe's alter ego. She used this alias first when calling Ross in England, and then we see Regina become "Dr. Regina Phalange" and the French Régine Phillange.
After kissing Joey's girlfriend, Kathy, Chandler agrees to be locked in a wooden box, on Thanksgiving, to prove he's sorry. Six hours later, Joey allows him out.
It's Joey who plays Dr. Drake Ramoray, a neurosurgeon on the fictional version of the soap opera, "Days of Our Lives."
During the fourth season of the show, Phoebe decides to help her brother Frank Jr. and his wife, Alice, start a family. She agrees to be the surrogate mother to triplets Lesle, Frank Jr. Jr. and little girl, Chandler.
Muriel, we find out, is Chandler's middle name. "Chandler Muriel Bing," says Ross to Chandler. "Boy, your parents never gave you a chance, did they?"
Joey, while out walking around London, meets Sarah Ferguson. Sarah, after marrying Prince Andrew, was given the title Her Royal Highness The Duchess of York.
After Chandler and Monica move in together, Joey places an ad for a new roommate. When Janine LaCroix, an Australian dancer played by Elle Macpherson, answers the ad, he picks her immediately. Eventually, Joey and Janine get together, but it doesn't last when she admits she doesn't like Monica and Chandler, and she moves out.
Spurred on by a recent mugging, Phoebe confesses and apologizes to Ross that she often mugged people when they were kids, and that she'd mugged him once when they were teenagers. It turns out she kept his comic, "Science Boy," and the two make up reading it.
Janice, introduced to the group when she and Chandler begin dating, has a habit of dropping the line, "Oh. My. Gawd," in her best nasally voice. "Could you BE more sarcastic?" is Chandler's signature one-liner in the first few seasons.
Happy-go-lucky Parker, played by Alec Baldwin, isn't liked very much by the friends because of his enthusiasm for everything and his overall exuberance for life.
As he's marrying Emily, Ross, while reciting his marriage vows, says the name "Rachel" instead of "Emily." The marriage is off, but the two do try to remain together, as long as Ross cuts Rachel out of his life.
Chandler Bing's career is in statistical analysis and data reconfiguration. He is an IT procurements manager, which has nothing to do with "transponding" or being a "transponster."
Elizabeth Stevens, a student at New York University, dates Ross, her paleontology professor. To make things more awkward, Rachel begins dating Paul Stevens, Elizabeth's father.
"You do realize that she's a cartoon and way out of your league?" says Rachel when Chandler reveals that Jessica Rabbit is on his five "freebies" list, which also includes Kim Basinger, Cindy Crawford, Halle Berry and Yasmine Bleeth.
Mr. Heckles lived in the apartment below Monica and Rachel (and, previously, Monica and Phoebe.)
Rachel's holiday trifle includes: a layer of ladyfingers, then a layer of jam, then custard (which she made from scratch), then raspberries, more ladyfingers, then beef sauteed with peas and onions, then a little more custard, and then bananas, and then some whipped cream on top. Does it really "taste like feet," though?
To help him quit smoking, Rachel gives Chandler a hypnosis tape she got from a woman at work. She used it, and it worked for her. But the tape isn't exactly what either expected, repeating, "You are falling fast asleep. Deeper. Deeper. Deeper. You are now completely asleep. You don’t need to smoke. Cigarettes don’t control you. You are a strong, confident woman, who does not need to smoke. A strong, confident woman."
At least two cheesecakes ordered from Mama's Little Bakery in Chicago were never eaten by Mrs. Braverman, who actually ordered them. The first was accidentally delivered to the wrong apartment, and Chandler takes the first bite. They accidentally drop the second cheesecake on the floor in the hallway, but it doesn't stop them from eating it.
Joey, in preparation for going to London for Monica and Chandler's wedding, gets ordained over the internet in order to officiate at their ceremony. When the day comes, he's working and ends up officiating while still in costume from his war movie.
Monica and Chandler, after struggles with infertility, decide to adopt. At the end of the final season, they not only purchase a home outside the city, but they become parents to Jack, named after Monica's father, and Erica, named for their birth mother.