Monica is often jokingly teased by the others for having been an extremely overweight child, especially her brother Ross.
In "The One with the Football", Ross even says to her, "Cheater, cheater, compulsive eater." Monica is an intelligent, kind-hearted person who works primarily as a chef throughout the show.
She makes the decision to move in with Ross (although the two are not involved in a relationship and it is purely for the baby's benefit).
The actors were given the salary of the least paid cast member, meaning Aniston and Schwimmer earned less than they could have.
The stars were paid, per episode, $75,000 in the third season, $85,000 in the fourth, $100,000 in the fifth, and $125,000 in the sixth season.
She flees from her almost-wedding to New York City, to find her friend from high school Monica Geller.
Rachel then moves into Monica's apartment and meets Phoebe Buffay, Chandler Bing and Joey Tribbiani.
Rachel Karen Green (Jennifer Aniston) is the spoiled but warm-hearted and likeable daughter of a rich vascular surgeon and his wife.
Rachel is introduced into the series in the first episode after she leaves her fiance Barry at the altar, and attempts to live independently without any financial support from her parents.She also became a surrogate mother for the child of her half-brother Frank Jr.(Giovanni Ribisi), and gives birth to his triplets in the fifth season. (Matt Le Blanc): A good-natured but not-so-bright struggling actor and food lover, who becomes famous for his role on a fictionalized version of Days of Our Lives as Dr. Joey is a womanizer, with many girlfriends throughout the series (his usual pick-up line "How you doin'?In the second season, Monica falls for her father Jack's (Elliott Gould) friend, Richard Burke (Tom Selleck).Despite the twenty-one year age difference, Monica and Richard are happy, and her parents accept their relationship.Chandler later quits his job and becomes a junior copywriter at an advertising agency.