Married and dating season 2
And, recently, while re-watching the painfully awkward episodes where Joey and Rachel date (which never should have happened, TBH) in Season 10, I realized that Ross mentions, "We haven't been a couple in six years." Wait, WHAT?
They may not have been in a formal relationship that long, but they're always "together." They're always a couple, right?
There are a lot of important elements that make Friends the ten years of excellent TV it really is, but there's one common thread that runs through it all: Friends' central couple Ross and Rachel.
From the pilot episode to the series finale, their relationship is a major plotline — even in the episodes where it feels like it isn't.
Follow couples who have an existing relationship online, but haven't met in person.
We'll experience their journey as they travel to the other's foreign country for the first time in an attempt to establish an in-person relationship and start the K-1 visa process.
The best part, guys: After the short lived Rachel/Joey relationship that I choose to pretend never happened, these two kids finally get their act together when Ross stops Rachel from going to Paris and they live happily ever after in the series finale. They were meant to be since they were teenagers — how many people can say that?And, now that the show has been over for a long time, I can only imagine they're living in the suburbs with a teenage Emma and the rest of their beautiful children, living happily ever after with tons of dinosaur figurines.They’ve faced not only the struggles of two little people in an average-sized world, but are starting a family with their two adorable, adopted children.Buddy Valastro makes seemingly impossible cakes at Carlo’s Bake Shop all with the help of his family.