Summary: Paolo makes a pass at Phoebe who has to tell Rachel about it. Rachel dumps him. Ross tries to avoid learning the sex of his unborn baby, but ultimately learns that it's a boy. Joey and Chandler buy a new foosball table when their old table breaks. Monica cooks a dozen lasagnas but doesn't know what to do with them.
The Good: This was another very strong episode. There was one very strong plot development with Paolo exiting the show presumably and I think it was handled very well. It gave a nice character conflict for Phoebe who was very funny throughout the episode. Her scene with Rachel when she dropped the bomb was very well done and had laughs at all of the best times. A very well structured scene for the story. The follow up was good too as Rachel made the breakup official and the other friends saying their goodbyes to Paolo. Ross is particular had a great final moment when he closed the door on Paolo. The side stories were very good too. Ross stole the show with his storyline about his unborn child as always. His interactions with Susan and Carol are some of my favourite character interactions in the show; hilarious. Joey and Chandler were also pretty good in their story. Joey is suitably slow and Chandler gets a lot of funny lines. Competitive Monica was also a good joke in the back half of the episode. Lastly, I really enjoyed the Ross/Rachel scene. I'm glad that the show is taking their time with the story and are getting all of the possible comedy potential out of Ross being in love with Rachel and her not knowing.
The Bad: Nothing really was bad. The only thing would be that this episode isn't particularly funny and there isn't a memorable "laugh until you fall" moment.
Best Moment: The aforementioned Phoebe and Rachel scene was very funny and was a perfect mixture of character, story and comedy.
Character of the Episode: Ross.
Conclusion: Another really strong episode of Friends. While not particularly memorable, the strong writing and consistent laughs make it stand out enough to be considered great.
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