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Saturday, August 20, 2016

New idea: Friends - The One With All The Poker - S1E18

In general the idea is to give you one episode per blogpost. In every blogpost I'll shortly describe what happens with the six main characters of Friends in that certain episode. SPOILER
You can then play this in the game as you wish.
The blogpost about the personality, family tree,... of the six main characters in general is found here: http://bit.ly/FriendsGeneralMain

General happenings season 1:
The first season introduces the six main characters: Rachel, Monica, Phoebe, Joey, Chandler, and Ross. Rachel arrives at Central Perk after running away from her wedding to her fiancĂ© Barry and moves into her friend from high school's (Monica’s) apartment with her. Ross, who has had a crush on Rachel since the two of them were in high school, constantly attempts to tell her how he feels about her. However, many obstacles stand in his way, such as the fact that he is expecting a baby with his lesbian ex-wife, Carol. Joey is shown to be a bachelor and struggling actor, while Phoebe works as a masseuse and portrays a sort of "crazy" attribute to her personality based on her troubles as a child after her mother committed suicide. However the rest of the group loves her regardless. Chandler breaks up with girlfriend Janice, who frequently returns in later seasons. At the end of the season, Chandler accidentally reveals that Ross loves Rachel, who realizes that she feels the same way. The season ends with Rachel waiting at the airport for Ross’ arrival from a trip.

The One With All The Poker - S1E18
Rachel, tired of being a waitress, sends out resumes; she gets an interview with Saks Fifth Avenue. Ross pines for Rachel. The girls decide they want in on the guys' poker games; reluctantly, the guys accept. The girls don't do so well, but they want a rematch. Monica's competative side comes out... she may have thrown a plate once during a Pictionary game, but she insists it was an accident. Monica enlists the help of her Aunt Iris to give them some poker tips; the girls still don't do so well. Then at the third game, the girls are going down again. Rachel gets some bad news about the job for which she's been interviewing, and gets aggressive at cards; she taunts Ross into a high stakes hand... and he lets her win because he wants to see her happy.

Joey: Drinks grape fruit juice. He cried the night before while playing poker with the guys because he thought the 3 was an 8.

Chandler: Nothing special happens.

Ross: He went out with Linda, but it doesn't work out because of the "Flinstones could have really happened." But it's actually because he's still in love with Rachel.
They all play poker and when he plays poker, he's not a nice guy. (He's very competitive.)
The girls want a rematch and Rachel goes all in. Ross folds.

Rachel: She's tired of being a waitress and her friends help her with sending out resumes. She gets an interview with Saks Fifth Avenue as an assistant buyer. She loses money in the first poker game, but in the second Ross lets her win (but she doesn't know that). He does that to see her happy and because she didn't get the job with Saks Fifth Avenue (it was like the mothership was calling her home).

Monica: She invites her aunt Iris who played poker since she was five. Her cousin Nathan thinks he's a man trapped in a woman's body. Aunt Iris teaches the girls, but they lose. After the second lesson Rachel "wins".

Phoebe: She doesn't like the game, because bluffing is like lying.


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http://www.friends-tv.org/

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