Rachel Kisses a Lesbian


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By Gayest Episode Ever, Drew Mackie, and Glen Lakin / TableCakes Productions. Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. Hit the Subscribe button to track updates in Player FM, or paste the feed URL into other podcast apps.

“The One with Rachel's Big Kiss” (April 26, 2001)

Welcome back Emelie Battaglia for another go-around with America’s favorite homophobic sitcom, Friends! This episode has “Chandler is gay” jokes aplenty, even if he’s about to marry Monica, but the focus is actually on Rachel, who encounters a college acquaintance (Winona Ryder) with whom she once shared a kiss. This episode features two more woman-on-woman kisses than the one where Carol and Susan get married — ahem — and Drew eagerly reveals that Regina Phalange’s name literally translates as “finger queen.” Ahem.

Listen to our previous episodes: “Ross’s Lesbian Ex-Wife Gets Lesbian Married,” “Everyone Thinks Chandler Is Gay,” and for reasons that will become apparent if you listen to it, our episode about Living Single.

Here’s the Guardian interview with David Schwimmer were pulls a real Ross, and here is Erika Alexander’s response.

And here’s the news item that at least for 24 hours made people think Matthew Perry might be the next James Bond.

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