Episode Reviews (2)
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A great episode featuring a popular guest star.
The best part of the episode is the "double date" that Ross and Elizabeth go on with Elizabeth's dad (Bruce Willis) and Rachel. Ross's assorted past gets exposed--including his marriage to Rachel. Willis portrays a concerned father exceptionally well and his distate for Ross is evident. Pheobe's book about Monica and Chandler and their marriage also proves funny, especially her attempt at changing their names. Joey's sub plot about MAC and C.H.E.E.S.E. was not as funny as the rest of the episode but served as a fair filler. Overall, a very funny and well-written Friends classic, as most of the episodeds are!moreless
Bruce Willis acted amazingly in this episode. And Rachel & him making out, out of nowhere was hilarious. Well I sort of saw it coming. Ross trying to impress her father was hilarious, with no help of Rachel. At the dinner, Rachel makes Ross look incredibely bad. And she was totally unaware until afterward. That was the funniest part. I just realized that Monica & Chandler fight a lot after Phoebe is writing the book. That was funny too. After all the flashbacks in the last episode. Joey nearly gets fired. Sort of made the last episode. Pointless? But this was good.moreless