Not that it’s stopping the Friends™ as Ross’s new apartment gives ample opportunity for waving from across the street. Amongst other things.
It’s also an opportunity for Joey to commence his search for love! Starting with a “hot girl” spotted in Ross’s building. I can just imagine thousands of similar love stories across the UK right now, as neighbours finally give in to the sexual tension building between them every time they bash their pots and spread the clap for the NHS.
Sexual tension is a bit of a theme this week.
Rachel has a series of accidental mishaps with her new boss, and Monica is frustrated Phoebe is in the early “can’t keep your hands off each other” stage, which she’s now left. Fortunately there’s no risk of any sexual tension for us at the moment as we’re fully absorbed in the late stages of pregnancy. Along with never leaving the house, at this point I’m one homebrew away from becoming a monk.
It’s nice seeing Chandler and Monica’s relationship progressing, but it’s not surprising the sex is slowing down given the ties he wears.
There’s no way I’d hire Rachel after the way her interviews go… Despite the awkwardness maybe her new boss DOES think he has a chance with her? I swear I recognise this guy…
He must have been in something else?
Nope, turns out it’s just Friends™ I’ve seen him in. Or maybe I’ve met him somewhere? Back in the days when you could meet people. Oh god, maybe I had a job interview with him?! I did once kiss a potential employer… I’m pretty sure I own that blouse and pantsuit. OK. I think I need to stop now.
Real Live Sitcom Moment:
I’m not the only one losing my mind a bit. Our neighbour’s become increasing protective of their driveway. First leaving a note on their bin saying "stay off the grass or you will be shot”.
OK, perhaps a little aggressive, but I think a humorous way to get their point across. And the bit where people cut through is very close to their window...
But later that evening they took things a step further. I looked out my window to see they’d put hazard tape across all our parking spots to stop people cutting through on the way to the shops!
Not really on, what if we need to drive urgently somewhere? Like I don’t know, the maternity ward?!
I’ll have to talk to them. Right after I’ve made sure they don’t actually have any guns.