“With Monica and Chandler, we decided to roll out in a way that was a reaction to the last big relationship the show had. With Ross and Rachel, it was so public, it was experienced by the group. Like, before there even was a ‘Ross and Rachel,’ there were the guys coaching Ross about how to get her. And then in the third season, with the breakup, it affected the six of them as much of the two of them. We’d ridden that bus as far as we cared to. So the mandate was to introduce Monica/Chandler in a way that would be not too heavy, not too soap opera, but also something surprising. The question was, 'All right, is this something we dispense with after a week? Is it something we explore a little more? So with Monica and Chandler there were plans, but there was no final decision. It was always, 'We’re gonna see how it feels … We’re gonna see how it plays to the audience,’ and then go forward from there.” - Scott Silveri (Friends exec producer)


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