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He is a former actor who once played Bryce on All My Children before that character was "killed in an avalanche. His motivation for disliking Ross is jealousy as he is aware of Ross's relationship with Rachel , which is made clear numerous times, most notably in "The One with the Morning After" when he reveals to Rachel that Ross who mistakenly thought at the time that his relationship with her was over—"We were on a break" cheated on her.
James Michael Tyler was cast as Gunther because he was the only extra who could competently work the cappuccino machine on the Central Perk set.
The Seattle Times ranked Gunther as the eighth best guest character of the series in In early appearances, Jack frequently makes inappropriate comments, which he punctuates by exclaiming "I'm just saying!
Jack is more balanced in his attention and care towards both Ross and Monica. After the Gellers sell their house in season 7, it is revealed that Jack has used boxes of Monica's old stuff to block rainwater from getting to his Porsche.
Due to his gnawing guilt, Jack develops a secret smoking habit and decides to gift Monica the Porsche.
Despite being favored throughout his entire childhood, this makes Ross insanely jealous. Despite each of them having their own quirks, however, they are both occasionally dumbfounded by the crazy antics of their son and daughter, such as Ross' disastrous wedding to Emily and Monica's ridiculous speech at their 35th anniversary party.
Barry, an orthodontist , decides to go on his and Rachel's honeymoon with her maid of honor Mindy, and soon begins a relationship with her.
Their relationship hits a rough patch when he and Rachel consider getting back together. Rachel is invited to the wedding, but receives a cold reception for jilting Barry while she is there, and a ridiculous speech from Ross which bemuses everyone in the room does not exactly improve the situation for her, until she, in a desperate attempt to salvage some pride, walks onto the stage where the microphone is and starts singing the Copacabana.
He has also been called " Barry White ", and is possibly [ original research? Carol divorced Ross to be with Susan. In the second episode of the series, Carol tells Ross that she is pregnant with his child, [e 11] and is having the baby with her partner Susan, though she wishes Ross to be part of the baby's life.
Carol and Susan are often bemused by Ross' behavior throughout his onscreen appearances with them. Though Ross and Carol are on good terms after their divorce, Ross resents Susan on some level for losing Carol to her.
Ross initially hesitant to see his ex-wife remarry, finds himself in the position of being the one to encourage her to go ahead with the ceremony despite her parents' opposition.
At the reception, Susan thanks Ross for his part in saving the wedding, and offers to dance with him; he agrees, apparently resolving their strained relationship.
Carol and Susan were based on creators Marta Kauffman and David Crane 's best friends in New York: "We didn't create them for any particular political reason or because of lesbian chic.
It was just an opportunity to tell a really interesting story. Jessica Hecht originally auditioned to play Monica.
Marcel live animal actor : A Capuchin monkey that Ross initially keeps as a pet, [e 15] and who provides comic relief for his geeky master.
One time Rachel loses him in the city, [e 16] and calls Animal Control—only to learn from Ross that Marcel is an illegal exotic animal that cannot be kept in the city.
After unsuccessfully trying to prevent animal control officer Luisa Megan Cavanagh from discovering that they are harboring an illegal exotic animal and bemusing her with their wacky behavior throughout these unsuccessful attempts, Rachel, Monica, Ross and Phoebe learn that Luisa is a former classmate of Rachel's and Monica's who upon recognizing Rachel attempts to spite her for snubbing her in high school by attempting to confiscate Marcel.
To prevent this, Rachel threatens to tell Luisa's boss about how she shot Phoebe "in the ass with a dart" that had been meant for Marcel. Later, as Marcel sexually matures and begins to hump everything, Ross has to give him away to a zoo [e 17] —"where he can have access to regular monkey-lovin'.
In a later season Ross questions why he had a monkey as a pet, and in another episode is mentioned during an argument with Joey. Janice is one of the few characters besides the six main friends who appears in all of the Friends seasons.
She has a nasal voice, a machine gun laugh similar to Boycie from Only Fools and Horses and a thick New York accent that sounds so irritating that it makes Chandler want to break up with her, but at the same time he does not want to hurt the nonetheless good-natured Janice's feelings.
While making a hand gesture in the midst of an attempt to break up with her without upsetting her, he accidentally pokes her in the eye in "The One with the East German Laundry Detergent" [e 19] and although Phoebe is eventually able to explain to Janice on his behalf that he wants to end their relationship and get her to agree to break up with him without upsetting her in the process, he gets back together with her for New Year's [e 15] and for Valentine's.
Heckles' death, resolves not to die alone, he calls Janice, [e 21] but is disappointed to discover that she is married and pregnant.
Their relationship lasts into the third season, when Janice decides to leave her husband to be with Chandler. Later, Joey sees Janice kissing her husband, who runs a mattress business, while in the midst of their divorce.
In a later episode, the tables are turned on the annoying natured Janice when she has a brief fling with Ross shortly after he has broken up with Emily, as he is unhappy and spends the entire date complaining about everything, causing her to find him insufferable and leave him Ross had expected the reverse to eventually happen, but had been happy to date someone who listened so well to him in the meantime.
She also strongly advises Rachel that Ross may not be around to raise the baby with her as she thinks. As Monica and Chandler make plans to have children, they walk into a fertility clinic where Janice and her husband are coincidentally visiting.
To get rid of her, Chandler pretends he still loves her, causing her to as he had hoped become fearful that he will end up ruining his marriage and she will end up ruining her own as she still loves Chandler as well if she lives next door to him, so she decides not to buy the house after all and walks out of Chandler's life seemingly for good, but does kiss him one last time before she does, much to his surprise.
Presumably due to being amused by their wacky, quirky, goofy personalities, Janice seems to enjoy spending time with the six friends, which is somewhat ironic and very much inconvenient for them since none of them can stand to be around her although she seems to be completely blind to the fact that they feel this way, showing almost no awareness whatsoever of the fact that they hate having to put up with her , due to the unbearably irritating nasal New York accent she speaks with, and her annoying machine gun laugh.
Janice's distinctive laugh was born out of a slip-up Wheeler made during the rehearsal of "The One with the East German Laundry Detergent"; [e 19] after Chandler and Janice's "More latte?
Heckles Larry Hankin : Monica and Rachel's downstairs neighbor, a domineering, highly unusual elderly man who constantly complains about the noise, even though the six friends are being perfectly decent in volume whenever he claims that they are disturbing him.
His reason for this is never revealed, until "The One Where Mr Heckles Dies", in which the group discover that the noises being made in their apartment are apparently amplified in his, and when Chandler hears banging coming from the above room while in Heckles' apartment although it is never revealed exactly what the people upstairs were doing to cause the banging it annoys him so much that he inadvertently imitates Heckles by banging on the roof with his broom.
Heckles Dies". He makes a final cameo appearance in "The One with the Flashback", [e 10] set in , where he complains that Phoebe's noise is disturbing his oboe practice even though he does not actually play the oboe , and inadvertently and cruelly causes Joey to be Chandler's roommate.
He usually states that items are his, and when the other person states that he does not have one, Mr.
Heckles says that he could have one. For instance, when Rachel and Phoebe are searching for the owner of a lost cat, Mr.
Heckles said "Yes, that's my cat. This appears to be how he dies when, according to Mr. Treeger, Mr. Heckles died of a heart attack, while 'sweeping'.
She dumps him after he gropes Phoebe [e 33] but has a last one-night stand with him in "The One with Ross's New Girlfriend". Terry Max Wright : the original manager at Central Perk before Gunther takes the title, who does not hide the fact that he thinks Rachel is a terrible waitress and Phoebe is " so bad" as a musician.
He presumably retires in season 4 and from this point onwards Gunther becomes the sole manager at Central Perk. The role of Terry was intended by the NBC producers to be much bigger.
They saw him as an older character who would provide advice to the six friends but NBC were talked out of it by the show's creators.
In his first appearance in "The One with the Monkey", [e 15] his "fun" is sapped at Monica's New Year's party after his grandfather died, but his depression does not stop Monica, annoyed that he's "bringing her party down" from putting a party horn in his mouth and forcing him to blow on it, to his bemusement.
Monica tries to wean him off drinking but regrets it when he becomes extremely boring. Monica then begins drinking on their dates, so that she could sit through his mind-numbingly dull stories.
Bobby then breaks up with Monica, stating that he is not strong enough for a co-dependent relationship. It is revealed in the episode "The One with Phoebe's Husband" that the underwear on the telephone pole was Monica's when she was having sex with Fun Bobby on the terrace.
David , "the Scientist Guy" Hank Azaria : a physicist with whom Phoebe falls in love in "The One with the Monkey", when he receives an academic grant for a three-year research trip to Minsk incorrectly -- and consistently -- described in the scripts as being in Russia, rather than Belarus.
Seven years later, he returns to New York for a brief visit and shares an evening with Phoebe, at the end of which he wants to say he loves her, but chooses not to as it will make it harder for him to leave.
She first appears in "The One with Mrs. Bing", [e 43] where she meets the gang while on a book tour in New York. After dinner, she kisses Ross. Kudrow originated the role of Ursula in the sitcom Mad About You , playing her as an inept waitress at Riff's who frequently forgets orders.
Phoebe refers to Ursula as her " evil twin. Joey becomes attracted to Ursula and they start dating. Ursula tells Phoebe that she is bored with Joey and claims that he is smart enough to figure this out on his own without her having to actually tell him, so Phoebe pretends to be her sister to let Joey down gently.
Ursula next appears briefly in "The One with the Jam", [e 47] where she is being stalked by Malcolm David Arquette who mistakes Phoebe for her.
Phoebe naively begins a relationship with the man in question, but ends it with him when he cannot get over his obsession with Ursula.
Phoebe gets revenge by claiming Ursula's cheques and embarrassing her many male fans. Phoebe is horrified that Ursula has lied to Eric that she is a teacher, a member of the Peace Corps , a non-smoker, and attends a church group; so she tells Eric the truth, upon which he breaks up with Ursula.
Mindy and Rachel were best friends while growing up and their friendship is tested after Rachel discovers Mindy and Barry are seeing each other.
She asks Rachel to be her maid of honor and dress in a garish pink dress. His last name is never revealed although in publicity he's called Ben Geller.
Julie Lauren Tom : an old graduate school colleague of Ross', whom he meets again while on a trip to China ; she first appears in the final scene of the Season 1 finale.
This made Rachel's feelings for Ross grow at a fast rate, making her jealous of Julie's relationship with him.
After her break-up, she is then shown to meet Russ, a Ross doppelgänger also played by David Schwimmer, and begin a romance.
Steve Jon Lovitz : a restaurant owner and drug addict whom Phoebe knows. In , Monica tries to impress him in an attempt to get a job at his restaurant, and Phoebe tells him he is welcome to go to her apartment and try her food there, but he gets stoned on the journey there and consequently acts obnoxious.
At the end of the episode, Phoebe punishes him by giving him a very painful massage. Ugly Naked Guy Jon Haugen : an obese tenant in the apartment in the building across from Monica's apartment—who frequently, perhaps invariably, is naked with the drapes open—so the gang is frequently commenting on his activities—playing cello, wearing "gravity boots", etc.
He is first mentioned in the second episode of the series, [e 11] but only appears twice: first, his belly and an arm are shown in "The One with the Giant Poking Device" [e 23] —in which he is being poked from across the street by the gang who think he is dead with a long device made from chopsticks; second, a rear view of him from head to waist is shown in "The One Where Everybody Finds Out" [e 56] his final show —in which he is moving out of his apartment and Ross tries gets the apartment by ingratiating himself with Ugly Naked Guy by cavorting with him in the nude.
In "The One with the Flashback", [e 10] it is learned that he used to be "Cute Naked Guy", but then, in , started putting on weight.
For many years, the identity of the actor that played him in his extremely limited appearances was a mystery. It was speculated that Michael G.
Hagerty , the actor who played Mr. Treeger, was Ugly Naked Guy. However, Hagerty denied this theory. His article revealed that an actor named Jon Haugen played the role.
Treeger Michael G. Hagerty : the superintendent of Monica's building. Heckles's lawyer to Monica and Rachel's apartment.
He next appears in "The One with Phoebe's Dad", [e 57] where Monica thinks he is playing hardball by not mending her broken radiator, and Treeger is left bewildered as Ross, Monica and Rachel repeatedly attempt to convince him to have it fixed despite his attempts to explain that he will not be able to replace the knob Ross accidentally broke off because the shop does not open until the following Tuesday.
Later, when Joey rebuffs him for putting down Rachel, [e 58] he threatens to have Monica and Rachel evicted unless Joey helps him practice ballroom dancing to impress a woman as Monica is illegally subletting the apartment which actually belongs to her late grandmother, to Treeger's irritation.
In "The One with the Free Porn", [e 59] he cleans the shower drain of Chandler and Joey's newly-won apartment, and warns them never to turn off their TV after they start receiving free porn.
In his final on-screen appearance, [e 60] he has a fireman break down the door to Monica's apartment after Joey tells him he smelled gas while she and Chandler are away on their honeymoon.
He is mentioned in the series finale when Monica said to everyone he needs their keys to her and Rachel's apartment.
Estelle Leonard June Gable : Joey's talent agent. She is usually seen wearing colorful clothes, heavy make-up, and a bouffant. She chain smokes and has a strong New York accent.
Gable's first appearance as Estelle, in "The One with the Butt", [e 61] was cut for time, though the character appears off-screen when she signs Joey and lands him his first film role, playing Al Pacino's butt-double.
The cut scene is included in the episode's DVD release. Although she is shown to be supportive of Joey's career throughout the show, in "The One Where Joey Loses His Health Insurance" [e 62] it is suggested she has instead been bad-mouthing him after mistakenly assuming he has found another agent.
She dies in the final season, [e 30] and Joey speaks at her memorial service, where it is revealed that by that point she represented only two clients — Joey and a man whose act is eating paper.
When Gable auditioned for the role, she played Estelle quite plainly and was encouraged to "go away and do something with her".
She returned to the audition room wearing a "fat suit" and eating a sandwich from a delicatessen, which she stubbed out a cigarette on.
The performance was used in the deleted scene of "The One with the Butt". Despite the two still being in love, they cannot reconcile this difference, and are both devastated for months.
He makes a brief voice cameo in " The One Where No One's Ready ", [e 65] and later they briefly attempt to rekindle their romance as "friends" before accepting that the reasons they broke up remain valid.
Monica does not feel anything for Richard but refrains from telling Chandler because of their upcoming anniversary. When he learns the truth, they fight for most of the episode until Monica assures Chandler that she will never see Richard again.
While Chandler is planning to propose but pretends to be against marriage because he "wants it to be a surprise", Richard stuns Monica by telling her that he still loves her, and wants to marry her and have kids with her.
Monica rejects him but later arrives at his apartment, frustrated with her own situation. She complains to him for a bit about how bad things are going in her love life before leaving to think things over.
Eventually, Chandler comes to his apartment searching for Monica and tells Richard of his own proposal plan.
Richard seems to lack sympathy for Chandler at first, responding to Chandler explaining away his plan to make her initially think he was against marriage by stating it had "worked very well" but when Chandler angrily tells him he has no right to ruin another man's relationship with her because he's already ruined his own, he realizes Chandler is right and tells him, "You go get her, Chandler.
And can I give you a bit of advice? If you get her, don't let her go. Trust me" — noting that he hates the fact that he is a nice guy when Chandler thanks him.
His apartment is put up for sale in season 9, in "The One with Ross's Inappropriate Song", [e 68] but Richard is not seen.
While there, Chandler finds out that Richard made a sex tape with Monica which he steals and watches, but he and Monica later discover that Richard taped over her, relieving Chandler but leaving Monica feeling insulted.
All of Selleck's entrances in Season 2 had to be refilmed after the audience left because "it was like The Beatles with the screaming and the applause".
In , The Seattle Times ranked Richard as the third-best guest character of the series. Sandra Green Marlo Thomas : Rachel's overprotective mother.
In "The One with the Lesbian Wedding", [e 14] she announces to Rachel that she never loved Rachel's father and is divorcing him.
In "The One with the Two Parties", [e 69] she arrives at Rachel's birthday party and is unaware for the whole night that her ex-husband is also there, as the six friends successfully prevent them from finding out each other are there by setting up two different parties, bemusing them both with their strange, wacky behavior in the process; Joey even ends up kissing Sandra to distract her from her ex-husband's departure.
In "The One with the Baby Shower", [e 70] she is invited at the last minute to attend Rachel's baby shower, where she offers to move in with Ross and Rachel to help with the baby's first months; Rachel first accepts, then Ross makes her change her mind.
When Rachel was planning to move to Paris, Sandra would fly out with Emma a few days later. However this never happens as Rachel chooses to remain in New York with Ross, becoming his mother-in-law after Ross and Rachel remarry.
Frances Audra Lindley : Phoebe's grandmother by her mother Lily. Her only appearance is in "The One with Phoebe's Dad", [e 57] where she reveals to Phoebe that the person in the pictures she keeps around the house is not Phoebe's father, which motivates Phoebe to try to track down her real father.
Though the character appears in only one episode, she is mentioned in a few more, including in season 5's "The One with Joey's Bag", [e 71] where it is revealed that she has recently died and Phoebe plans her funeral.
Phoebe inherits her grandmother's yellow taxi and apartment. She keeps the taxi until the very end of the series.
Frank Buffay Jr. Giovanni Ribisi : Phoebe's half-brother by their father. In "The One with the Bullies", [e 72] Phoebe meets him after finding the courage to knock on her father's suburban door, but learns from Frank Jr.
Despite not finding her father, she connects with Frank Jr. He eventually falls in love with and becomes engaged to Alice Knight Debra Jo Rupp , his former home-economics teacher who is 26 years his senior.
In the episode, he claims he "hasn't slept in four years" and is so exhausted with raising the triplets he even proposed that Phoebe take one for her own.
However, he soon realizes he loves his children too much to give any of them up; Phoebe proposes to start babysitting them so that Frank and Alice can enjoy some more time off.
Previously, Ribisi appeared in "The One with the Baby on the Bus" as a stranger who leaves a condom rather than money in Phoebe's guitar case when she is singing on the street, then comes back to retrieve it.
It was never addressed if this was intended to be the same character as Frank, who had not yet been introduced by name. In , The Seattle Times ranked Frank as the fourth-best guest character of the series.
Leonard Green Ron Leibman : Rachel's father, a surly, abrasive and rather amoral vascular surgeon ; although he is genuinely affectionate and usually good-natured towards his daughter, he is generally a nasty, mean-spirited bully who is quick to insult anyone who, even by accident, irritates him in the slightest way.
He takes an instant dislike to his daughter's boyfriend Ross when the latter refers to Green's profession as "a game.
However, he is still angry at her and believes love to be insignificant in a marraige. Although Leonard, like his daughter Amy, was a deliberately unpleasant and unlikeable character, the comic relief he provided caused him, again like his daughter Amy, to become memorable as a character fans [ clarification needed ] "loved to hate.
Ross is jealous of Mark as he mistakenly suspects that he and Rachel are having an affair. His fears are amplified when although Mark quits for a different job in "The One With Phoebe's Ex-Partner", he and Rachel make plans to attend a fashion seminar together, prompting a jealous Ross to volunteer to go in his place with her.
It is Mark's presence at Rachel's apartment after he offered to provide her with comfort after her fight with Ross which leads Ross, overhearing his voice in the background after phoning Rachel and mistakenly thinking he is there to have sex with her, to become convinced that his relationship with her is now over and, after angrily hanging up, get drunk and sleep with Chloe [e 80] ultimately ending Ross and Rachel's relationship.
Later, Mark asks Rachel on a date and she accepts, however she rejects his advances when she realizes she only accepted the offer to get back at Ross.
Ross fails to recognize him but becomes jealous all over again once reminded, even declaring his extreme hatred of Mark and forbids Rachel of going to dinner with him and with both of Ross and Rachel's breakups in Seasons 3 and 4, both of which Mark was responsible for, oddly being unmentioned.
It is also revealed that since his previous appearance he has married and had kids twins, actually — once informed of this, an embarrassed Ross wonders: "Should we send something?
However, when Ross confesses to Rachel at the airport that he is still in love with her, Rachel gets off the plane at the last minute to reunite with him, turning down Mark's job offer.
Sophie Laura Dean : Mark's replacement. Sophie is frequently victimized by her boss Joanna and occasionally bewildered by ridiculous comments from Chandler who had a brief relationship with Joanna.
Joanna Alison LaPlaca : Rachel's boss, who despite being occasionally bewildered by his ridiculous comments, dates Chandler in two episodes once in season 3, [e 84] once in season 4 [e 85].
She is hostile to her assistant, Sophie, but usually good-natured towards Rachel. After deliberately sabotaging Rachel's promotion in order to keep her, she finally offers Rachel a promotion within her own department, [e 83] but is knocked down and killed by a cab before she can effect it.
Monica and Chandler play a game of tennis with Doug and his wife, who are left exhausted, irritated and bewildered by Monica's ridiculously overly-competitive attitude in "The One with Chandler's Work Laugh" January 21, ; Season 5, No.
In this episode, it is implied that he, his wife, and the rest of Chandler's co-workers all dislike Joey, whom Chandler claims damaged his reputation in their eyes presumably with all his stupidity after he invited him to a work office party, damage repaired by Monica when he invited her to a different one.
To get out of it, Chandler pretends that he wants to be on his own because he and Monica have split up but it backfires when Doug, who despite his seemingly cheerful and relieved attitude towards his divorce is in reality clearly depressed over it, tries to cheer Chandler up by taking him to strip clubs, drunkenly throwing cans at birds and throwing Doug's wedding ring into the gutter Chandler had refused Doug's offer at first, but then made the mistake of thoughtlessly stating his reason for this as being that Monica would not appreciate it, only to then be forced to correct himself upon seeing Doug's confused expression.
Rachel met Bonnie two years prior to the events of this episode, and remembers her as a "weird bald chick"; however, when Rachel meets her she is horrified to see that her hair has actually grown back and she is actually a very attractive woman.
Since Rachel still has feelings for Ross, she, in a successful attempt to sabotage his relationship with Bonnie, convinces her to shave her hair off again in "The One at the Beach" airdate May 15, ; Season 3, No.
She makes a brief appearance at the beginning of "The One with the Jellyfish", when Ross decides to dump her and get back together with Rachel.
He implies that he made a dreadful mess of breaking up with her, both upsetting and enraging her in the process.
Phoebe Abbott Teri Garr : Phoebe's birth mother. Phoebe tracks her down in "The One at the Beach", believing her to be a friend of Lily's.
She reveals her parentage at the end of the episode and makes amends with Phoebe in "The One with the Jellyfish". Later, when Phoebe wants to be a surrogate mother for Frank and Alice's child, [e 75] she lends Phoebe her puppy to demonstrate how difficult it is to give up children after carrying them.
The Chick and the Duck live animal actors : Chandler and Joey's pet birds. Encouraged by Phoebe to return the chick, but discovering that the animals would be euthanized , Chandler, who went to give the chick back, returns home with the chick and a duck.
Chandler and Joey treat the chick and the duck as their own children—at one point, Chandler punishes the duck by sending him out to the hall "You stay out here and think about what you did!
Chandler briefly names the chick "Yasmine", after Baywatch actress Yasmine Bleeth the chick later, however, turns out to be a rooster, not a hen ; and in "The One With Ross's Thing", Chandler refers to the possible offspring of the duck and the chick as "Dick", while Joey refers to it as "Chuck".
By Season 6 the animals disappeared; the duck was mentioned but not seen in Season 7. In the final episode of the series, [e 2] Joey bought Chandler a new duckling and chick as a housewarming gift—which Joey names "Duck Jr.
Monica hires Joey as a stooge so she can show her authority in front of the staff by firing him in front of them all, and the rebellion soon ends.
In "The One with the Stripper", [e 78] Stu gives Monica the phone number of someone she assumes is a stripper for Chandler's belated bachelor party, though she turns out to be a prostitute.
She has a whirlwind romance with Ross and they decide to get married. Her friendly relationship with Rachel soon changes during the wedding. Ross tries to convince her to move to New York.
When she learns that he's having dinner with the old gang—including Rachel—she tells him she cannot trust him and she decides to end the marriage. She makes a final voice cameo in "The One with the Ride Along", [e 88] when she leaves a message on Ross's answering machine the night before her new wedding, telling him she is having second thoughts about it and is worried that they made a mistake splitting up.
Over the course of 10 years, these friends go through family, love, drama, friendship, and comedy. Friends is an excellent tv show.
All of the actors are excellent! People are saying they don't understand it, which confuses me. It's great entertainment! Friends are talking and living their life, and you see what goes on.
It's going to be hell when it is finally over! The writers are the best I have seen. How could it be a horrible show when actresses such as Jennifer Aniston have won Golden Globes because of her work in it.
No one who has watched this show once can say they did not laugh their ass off at least once during the 30 minute period!
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The comedy's sixth and final season will premiere in He's loyal and has good intentions but isn't quite that bright, and made frequent use of the phrase, "How you doin'?
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