Top 10 Friends Jokes That Will Never Get Old

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Top 10 Friends Jokes That Will Never Get Old

VOICE OVER: Emily - WatchMojo WRITTEN BY: Savannah Sher
No matter how many times we watch them, these are the Friends Jokes that will never get old. Our countdown includes Rachel's trifle, moo point, Ross's leather pants, and more!
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No matter how many times we watch these scenes, they still crack us up. Welcome to MsMojo and today we're counting down our picks for the Top 10 Friends Jokes that Will Never Get Old.

For this list, we’re looking at some of the best moments on “Friends” that still make us laugh after all these years.

#10: Where should we get coffee?
"The Last One”


Of course, “Friends” had to end with one final joke. In the series finale, we see the group of besties leaving the apartment for the last time. It’s a tear filled scene (for both the characters and the audience), but Chandler cuts the tension in just the way fans would expect. When Rachel asks if Monica and Chandler have time to go for a coffee before they head to their new house, Chandler quippily responds. Any true fan knows there’s only one possible option for a cafe nearby which is why this line always makes us chuckle even through our sobs.

#9: Rachel's Trifle
“The One Where Ross Got High”


Rachel isn’t exactly a master chef, and this is shown on several occasions throughout the series. No moment is more memorable however than when she attempts to make a traditional trifle for Thanksgiving. Unfortunately, the pages of her cookbook get stuck together and she ends up making a meal that’s part trifle and part shepherd’s pie. The result is an absolute disaster, and her friends all come up with creative ways to dispose of their portions to avoid hurting her feelings. Except Joey of course, who is a big fan and eats the entire thing.

#8: Moo Point
“The One Where Chandler Doesn't Like Dogs”


Joey doesn’t exactly have the best grasp on the English language, but we love him anyway. And sometimes his misunderstandings actually cause us to question whether what we thought we knew made sense to begin with. When he tries to educate Rachel on what a “moo point” is- explaining that it’s like a cow’s opinion in that it doesn’t matter- we can’t help but feel like it actually adds up. In a slightly less understandable example, he somehow never learned that an adam’s apple isn’t named after each individual man.

#7: Inside Out Cat
“The One With the Ball”


Rachel does some pretty impulsive things throughout the series, but one of the most notable is when she buys a pricey hairless cat that her friends aren’t exactly fond of. Everyone has something to say about her new feline friend, whether it’s claiming it’s a hand or asking why it’s inside out. The real kicker of course is when she finally finds someone to take it off her hands: Gunther. Even he doesn’t quite understand what he’s gotten himself into, because he thought it was some kind of snake. Oops!

#6: Joey Wearing All Chandler’s Clothes
“The One Where No One’s Ready”


No one was ready for this joke. Here we find Ross trying to get everyone out of the apartment on time to attend his event, but all his buddies are slowing him down in their own way. Joey and Chandler end up in a feud over who lays claim over the best “spot” in the living room and it escalates quickly. The highlight is when Joey decides to put on all of Chandler’s clothes and impersonates him, all while doing lunges.

#5: Ross's Leather Pants
“The One with All the Resolutions”


Poor Ross always seems to have something bad happen to him. For New Year’s, Ross makes a resolution to do one new thing every day. One of those things ends up being wearing leather pants, which turns into an abject calamity. He wears them on a date, but when he goes to the bathroom he can’t get them back up again. Things keep getting worse and worse as he tries different tactics to eliminate the moisture from his legs. While Joey tries to offer him advice, it doesn’t make things any better.

#4: Phoebe's Pla
“The One with George Stephanopoulos”


In season one, Rachel gets depressed about her financial situation after she receives her first paycheque and realizes how much she loses to taxes. While Phoebe and Monica try to cheer her up, they instead end up catching some of her despair. Monica worries that she doesn’t have a life plan, and when she asks Phoebe if she has one, she has the perfect response. We can definitely all relate to the idea of not knowing what we’re doing with our lives, and Phoebe is all of us in this scene.

#3: Joey on Pyramid
"The One Where the Stripper Cries"


Joey Tribbiani appearing on a televised game show...oh boy. When Monica announces that he’ll be going on “Pyramid”, we all had a feeling how it would go. But no one would have expected how hilarious he would be. His appearance as the celebrity guest on this game show is absolutely priceless, mostly because he’s so utterly bad at the game and his partner gets increasingly frustrated with him. Whether he’s unintentionally giving away the answers or trying to get them right, we still find ourselves yelling, “paper, snow, A GHOST!” whenever the mood strikes us.

#2: The Game
“The One with the Embryos”


Many consider this episode to be the absolute pinnacle of “Friends” because it encompasses so many elements of what makes the show great. While it consists mostly of the gang hanging out at the apartment together, it also includes an unforgettable competition between the guys and the girls. And while they’re playing, we learn some hilarious facts about each of them. As viewers, we didn’t think there was any way the girls would actually lose their apartment, so it’s all the more shocking and funny when they do, especially during the game’s final moments when Rachel doesn’t actually know what Chandler does for a living.

#1: Pivot!
“The One With the Cop”


Carrying on with the theme of everything bad happening to Ross...When he decides to buy a new couch, he refuses to pay for delivery, ensuring everyone that he can handle moving it himself- with a little help from his friends of course. When he and Rachel aren’t able to get the couch through the building’s staircase, they bring in Chandler for extra support. Ross screams at them to PIVOT over and over again even though it’s clearly not helping. Eventually, Chandler loses his cool with this frustrated response. At least Ross has his store credit!
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