Friends: 10 Times When Ross, Chandler, And Joey Were The Ultimate BFFs

  
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Best bros, bosom buddies, manly mates, cheery chums, a dream team of dedicated dudes − whatever you call them, true-blue friends for life are certainly a treasure indeed. This brings us to Ross Gellar and Chandler Bing, who had been besties since college on Friends. Joey Tribbiani came along a few years later when he became Chandler’s new roommate and these three became the kind of pals every dude should be lucky enough to have in their lives. Sticking together through women troubles, rivalries, and a cringe-worthy commando (i.e. NO UNDERPANTS) situation, this trio certainly had their fair share of hilarious and bond-forming moments. Check out these 10 times when Ross, Chandler, and Joey were the best bros on Friends.

10. The One When Chandler and Joey Let Ross Move In – Season 5, Episode 7

When Emily and Ross divorced, Ross is forced out of the apartment he was subletting from Emily’s cousin. Joey wastes no time to help his buddy out and offers to let Ross move in with him and Chandler. Ross has a few quirks that soon begin to grate on the nerves of his new roomies. Changing the personal message on their answering machine, asking them to chip in on new air filters for his dehumidifier, and using those lovely hand gestures to “keep it down.” This all drives the boy’s to help Ross look for a new apartment, but after a few questionable apartment viewings, Chandler and Joey stick up for their buddy − albeit by telling a potential landlord that he is a big tap dancing pimp!

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9. The One When Joey Tells Ross “The Story” – Season 8, Episode 4

It’s been a while since Ross has… well, er, ya know, been intimate with a lady, so he asks Joey (who’s known for his success with women) for some advice. Like a true friend, Joey sits Ross down and tells him his “backpacking through Western Europe” story, which, according to Joey, will guarantee a whole lotta lovin’. After hearing the story (and having his heart adorably melted), Ross was convinced that it would work for him just as well as it worked for Joey. Though things don’t quite pan out for Ross, as his date continues to interrupt his storytelling. But, luckily for Ross, when Rachel attempts to use the same story on him, it’s just the thing that’s need to re-spark the passion between our favorite sitcom couple.

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