But for today? That is not the case.
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However, it's the other stories that actually bring this episode from okay to awesome. Plus, we have Jeff Goldblum:
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But my favorite part is Chandler becoming an intern. I just started my prerequisites to get into nursing school, and I'm fairly certain that, when I start actually taking nursing classes, I will be one of the older students. I'm only 33, and I know a lot of people my age are going back to school either out of necessity or because they finally figured out what they wanted to do after working the jobs their first college go-round gave them. But it should be interesting. And Chandler, as he is wont to do, takes things in stride, eventually coming up with the most clever marketing pitch out of his entire group. I love that Chandler grew so much in the latter seasons, becoming one of my favorite characters. He was no longer the neurotic child; sure, he was still neurotic and used humor to avoid dealing with things directly, but he was so much more likeable.
All around, this was a superb episode, and I wish that the writers had continued with their streak. Ugh, because it's about to get so much worse.
Honorable Mentions: "The One with Phoebe's Birthday Dinner" has one of my favorite Phoebe moments, when she yells at Judy Geller to pick up Emma's sock from the ground. "The One with the Pediatrician" introduces Mike, and only Dwayne Johnson is above Paul Rudd on my Male Celebrities I Would Sleep With list. Jeff Goldblum is, like, third.