They were our "Friends." The ones we watched starting and quitting jobs, moving in and out of apartments (Pivot!) and navigating relationships — good, bad and downright weird — in New York City. We only had them for 10 seasons, but what a decade it was! Ross and Rachel dated ... and then broke up ... and then dated ... and then broke up ... and then had a baby! Monica and Chandler finally figured out they were each other's lobsters, concluding the series with babies of their own. "Friends" resident lovable weirdo, Phoebe Buffay, got her own "happily ever after," and Joey, well, Joey got the self-titled spin-off.
With 236 episodes during its 10-year run and many years since to think back on our favorites, have you ever found yourself saying, "Hey, remember that one with ...?" Did you know that's how all "Friends" episodes were identified? There was "The One Where Joey Speaks French," "The One With the Home Study," even "The One Where Rachel Has a Baby." Two hundred thirty-six episodes that share a unique, but similar naming convention.
But, hey, what are "friends" for if we don't let you try to guess some of the episodes' titles? That's what you're here for, right? See if you can fill in the blanks on these "Friends" episode titles. "Your job's a joke, you're broke/Your love life's D.O.A.," to quote The Rembrandts, so what do you have to lose? Let's see what you've got!