Friends Quiz: How Well Do You Remember Monica and Chandler’s Relationship?
By: Katherine G
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About This Quiz
"Friends" has gone down in history as one of the most popular sitcoms of all time. Even though it has been more than a decade since that tearful series finale, the show still remains hugely popular among viewers and continues to gain new fans all the time (thanks to those constant reruns, years on Netflix and now HBO Max). While the show was on air, viewers couldn’t help but fall in love with the amazing cast who’ve now been branded as being part of the famous "Friends" gang. Not only did they all have an amazing friendship on (and off) screen, but the show also spawned some of the most beloved television couples of all time, including Monica and Chandler! You’d be hard-pressed to find a "Friends" fan who didn’t love the pairing of these two characters.
Now let’s face it, "Friends" fans (myself included) love to show off how much they know about the show or how many times they’ve rewatched the series. So if you’re like me and consider yourself to be a diehard "Friends" fan, now is the time to put your memory to the test! Take this quiz and find out just how much you remember by answering these questions about Monica and Chandler’s relationship!
In season one, Chandler suggests the two of them could get together and have a baby if they are still single at the age of …
When Chandler suggests this, Monica wants to know why he thinks she won't be married when she's 40.
When's the very first time that Chandler says, "I love you" to Monica?
While having coffee in Central Perk
In the middle of an argument
When Phoebe tries to seduce him
When Monica has the turkey on her head
Monica puts a turkey on her head to cheer Chandler up after he learns why he lost part of his toe. Without thinking, Chandler says, "You are so great. I love you." He then tries to say he didn't say it. In a later episode, when he tells Phoebe why they can't hook up, he declares his love for Monica. He then tells Monica, "I love you, Monica."