Summary: Ross goes with Rachel to help her do laundry for the first time. Joey recruits Monica to help split up a couple because he wants to be with the girl in the relationship. Chandler and Phoebe accompany each other as they both have to break up their relationships.
The Good: This was another spectacular episode. Each of the three plot lines were set up expertly and believably which added to my immersion to the episode, but also all three of them delivered tons of laughs and had me engaged and consistently chuckling whilst watching. Chandler's energy was hilarious, Ross and Rachel's awkward "date" was clever and worked on almost every level, and Joey and Monica breaking apart the couple was unique and even more impressively, believable for both characters to ultimately decide to do it. And not only was the story good, but the laughs were awesome and each storyline built up the big laughs so wonderfully with several small comic moments which built up to absolutely hilarious jokes.
The Bad: I suppose the aggressive laundry woman was quite over-the-top and not as funny as she was intended to be. I also can't really buy Rachel kissing Ross yet as the moment didn't feel earned.
Best Moment: Ross walking into the laundry machine door after standing with that dopey look on his face following Rachel's kiss was hilarious and was the perfect example of a scene getting funnier as it went on.
Character of the Episode: Chandler and Ross have been the MVPs for this show so far, but I'll edge this one out to Chandler who was uniquely hilarious in his overly energetic role.
Conclusion: Another awesome episode, which is the best, and funniest, yet. The show's writing and sense of humour has only gotten better and more impressive as its went on.
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