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The One with Rachel's Sister (1)

Season 6, Ep 13, Aired 2/3/00
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  • Episode Description
  • Joey gets in trouble for giving female customers free food at Central Perk. A sick Monica desperately tries to convince Chandler that she's not sick. After her father cuts her off, Rachel's sister Jill comes to town.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Jennifer Aniston

    Rachel Green

  • Jeffrey David Brooks

    The Male Patron

  • Alexis Arquette

    The Customer [as Lex Arquette]

  • Courteney Cox

    Monica Geller

  • Lisa Kudrow

    Phoebe Buffay

  • Fan Reviews (4)
  • History repeats itself.

    By Canogaparkcindy, Jul 09, 2009

  • Joey gets in trouble for giving female customers free food at Central Perk. A sick Monica desperately tries to convince Chandler that she's not sick. After her father cuts her off, Rachel's sister Jill comes to town.

    By Black_Grace, Mar 23, 2007

  • This episode is where joey is caught giving free food and moncia is sick and Jill rachels sister comes to visit.

    By Diamonddoll_07, Feb 03, 2007

  • Definitely funny, but not the best

    By aspettig, Jan 31, 2007

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (32)

    • Chandler: I don't feel good. Monica: You better not get me sick. Chandler: I need some fruit or some juice or some... (opens fridge) Or some nothing. There's nothing in here. Who took our food?

    • Chandler: Don't take this personally, okay? It's just I can't have sex with a sick person. Monica: I'm with you, Chandler! I mean, I can't have sex with a sick person either, that's disgusting. But I'm not sick. Let me prove it to you! (Sits in Chandler's lap) We are two people in the pribe of libe. Chandler: (Gets up) See that's the thing, I would like to stay in the pribe of life! (Monica growls at him) Oh, okay. Now I'll do it.

    • Ross: Did you tell your sister to ask me out? Rachel: Well, yeah... Ross: Oh, wow, I mean, wow! I think she's cute but I, I never would have thought of going out with her, never! Rachel: (Relieved) Really? Ross: Yeah, but after you said it was okay I figured why not? Rachel: Oh so, so not really never. Ross: I have to say, you are a much bigger person than I am. I mean, after all we've been through? You know, I wish I had a brother to reciprocate. Hey, if you ever wanna go out with Monica you have my blessing. Joey: And mine!

    • Rachel: Is there something wrong with Ross? Jill: Oh, no, no, no, no. He's just, I don't know, he's just a little bookish. Rachel: (Offended) Are you saying he's a geek? Jill: You think so too? Rachel: No! No, Ross is not a geek. Jill: Fine. Let's just say he's not my type. Rachel: What, handsome is not your type? Smart, kind, good kisser? What, those things are not on your list? Ross is a great guy, you would be lucky to be with him! Jill: Well, okay. If it means that much to you then I'll ask him out. Rachel: Oh, no, no, no. That's not what I meant.

    • Monica: (Sick, but trying to act sexy) Okay, I’ll rest. But ya know, if I’m going to bed, then you’re coming with me. Chandler: That would be impossible to resist if you weren’t all drippy here. Monica: Are you saying that you don’t wanna get with this? Chandler: Yeah, I don’t think you should say that even when you’re healthy.

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    Notes (4)

    • International Episode Titles: Czech Republic: Rachel a její sestra (Rachel and Her Sister)

    • Jeffrey David Brooks, who played the Male Patron in this episode, also appeared in "The One with the Hypnosis Tape" where he played Trent and "The One with the Screamer" where he played the Stage Manager.

    • This is one of the few two-part episodes. These episodes were originally aired in their entirety, but written to be aired separately in syndication. These episodes are: "The One with Two Parts (1)" "The One with Two Parts (2)" "The One After the Super Bowl (1)" "The One After the Super Bowl (2)" "The One Where Ross and Rachel Take a Break (1)" "The One with the Morning After (2)" "The One with Ross's Wedding (1)" "The One with Ross's Wedding (2)" "The One In Vegas (1)" "The One In Vegas (2)" "The One with Rachel's Sister (1)" "The One Where Chandler Can't Cry (2)" "The One That Could Have Been (1)" "The One That Could Have Been (2)" "The One with the Proposal (1)" "The One with the Proposal (2)" "The One with Chandler and Monica's Wedding (1)" "The One with Chandler and Monica's Wedding (2)" "The One Where Rachel Has a Baby (1)" "The One Where Rachel Has a Baby (2)" "The One in Barbados (1)" "The One in Barbados (2)" "The Last One (1)" "The Last One (2)"

    • This episode runs 23:49 on DVD (a typical sitcom runs about 22:00). When the episode originally aired, there was no tag scene. But it's added back in on the DVD, so you can see that Monica's gotten Chandler sick, and Joey's stolen all of the food out of their refrigerator.

    Trivia (4)

    • Goof: When Jill drops her shopping bags on the coffee shop table, the small blue Tiffany's bag is visible on the table, along with the other bags. However, in the shots after Rachel enters, the little blue bag disappears. Furthermore, when Rachel grabs the bags and leaves, Ross seems to pick the little blue bag up off the floor, though it is not shown how the bag got there.

    • Goof: After Jill arrives and everyone is sitting around the living room table, the camera angle cuts to Chandler and Monica sitting on the couch. When Chandler says "Boy, did we make friends with the wrong sister," a camera man is clearly visible standing in the kitchen behind him.

    • Trivia: In Jill's second scene, she arrives after having just come back from shopping and spending her daddy's money via credit cards. Rachel did the exact same thing in "The One Where Monica Gets A Roommate".

    • Continuity: Monica says she hasn't been sick in over three years, but she was sick in "The One with Joey's New Gilrfriend", which was only two years ago.

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