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Jennifer Aniston is hot. There is absolutely no doubt about it. However, Aniston was hot years and years before she turned herself into a legitimate movie star.
You'd think that appearing on Friends would be a barrel of laughs, but it's fast-emerging that that's not exactly the case. Take Kathleen Turner's experiencefor example. Well, we can now add Tate Donovan to the list of uncomfortable Friends guest stars, as the actor has revealed that his time on the show was plagued with heartbreak. Related: Friends fans are just realising Jennifer Aniston dated three of her co-stars.
Everybody loves Friends and there's no denying that Jennifer Aniston's character Rachel Green was an absolute boss. Incredible hair, amazing fashion and a transformation from rich daddy's girl to high-flying fashion buyer. If only she ditched that whiny Ross on the season finale and jetted out to Paris
Not all of these are specifically Rachel-centric episodes, but they either have a great Rachel plot or they gave Aniston something great to work with. Mostly both! And spoiler alert: There are no Paolo episodes in this list, because, wow — Paolo a terrible character.
Aniston was a core member of the cast over Friends ' decade-long run, but that almost wasn't the case. The series could have played out much differently in the early stages. Rachel Green appeared in every episode of Friends.
Rachel Karen Green  is a fictional character, one of the six main characters who appeared in the American sitcom Friends. Portrayed by Jennifer Anistonthe character was created by David Crane and Marta Kauffmanand appeared in all of the show's episodes during its decade-long run, from its premiere on September 22, to its finale on May 6, During the show's second seasonthe character becomes romantically involved with her friend, Monica's older brother Rosswith whom she maintains a complicated on-off relationship throughout the series. Together, the characters have a daughter, Emma.
Jennifer Aniston is one of the busiest actresses working, but she made time to visit her better-than-with- Reese-Witherspoon friend Ellen DeGeneres on Wednesday. And the upcoming "Morning Show" star and "Murder Mystery" star is already planning her next huge venture, and she doesn't need anyone to co-star with her. Aniston also commented on Cox's recent throwback pic down memory lane to just before the "Friends" pilot premiered, remembering the last thing the cast was able to do without getting recognized.
I'm not sure there's any show that I've re-watched quite as many times as Friends. But a recent eye-opening development has made me — and, hopefully, soon the world — question absolutely everything that I know about the sitcom. Update : We reached out to D'Amico to ask how he found this insane detail.