Rachel Karen Green – a fictional character, one of the six lead characters who performed in the American sitcom – Friends. It is depicted by Jennifer Aniston, the character was built by Marta Kauffman and David Crane. That appeared in all of the show’s 236 episodes during its decade-long run, from its debut on the 22nd of September 1994 to its finale on May 6, 2004.
Rachel Green’s iconic character back in the 90s and a few will be arguing that she still is until this day. From ‘The Rachel’ haircut to how amazingly her character turned out throughout the show, there’s so much to be said for how much progress as a character she made from the 1st season through to Season 10.
Alack, as is the case with each main Friends role, we have got some questions that we’d like to answer. Hence today, we are going to go through some of the lingering questions we have for the character that put Jennifer Aniston on the map.
Falling Up On Joey
We would think that Rachel could have kept going with it for quite a while longer, and fans of this play appeared to feel the same way. After all, she kept striving and pushing through with Ross after a delicate start to their relationship.
Failed London Trip
The rollercoaster trip that is the back and forth relationship between Rachel and Ross need to be considered for future generations to understand how not to act in a relationship.
While it makes sense in the world for Rachel to however be in love with Ross, the fact that she hops halfway around the world to try and ruin his marriage in London feels wrong.
Reuniting With Barry
Barry has left out Rachel for some valid reason: she is no more in love with him. Hence then, when they meet up once again season 1 is in full swing, why does she end up napping with him?
Causing an error is one thing, but it took her role in an entirely wrong direction. In the conclusion, it is not mattered in the grand scheme of things, but Barry was the sort of personality that nobody enjoyed having around.
She heads back into Rachel Karen Green territory, nevertheless, with the forthcoming and still-postponed “Friends” reunion special, which was postponed due to the COVID-19.