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    • Warner Bros. Television
    • National Broadcasting Company (NBC)

    The One Where Monica Gets A Roommate (Pilot)

    1994

    Costume seen on Jennifer Aniston as Rachel Green

    • Warner Bros. Television
    • National Broadcasting Company (NBC)

    Friends: The One With the Fake Monica

    1995

    Costume seen on Courtney Cox as Monica Geller

    • Warner Bros. Television
    • National Broadcasting Company (NBC)

    Friends: The One Without the Ski Trip

    1997

    Costume seen on Jane Sibbett as Carol

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About the Costume

Often television shows will recycle their wardrobe within the show itself. For example, Jennifer Aniston’s character Rachel Green wore this robe in the pilot episode of Friends in 1994. The following year, Courteney Cox’s character Monica Geller wore it in the episode The One with the Fake Monica. The usage of the robe on these two characters was likely intentional, as Monica and Rachel were known to share clothes. However, the robe seems to have been used again, likely just for the sake of convenience, on Jane Sibbet as Carol in 1997, in the episode The One Without the Ski Trip.

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Additional Images

About the Costume

Often television shows will recycle their wardrobe within the show itself. For example, Jennifer Aniston’s character Rachel Green wore this robe in the pilot episode of Friends in 1994. The following year, Courteney Cox’s character Monica Geller wore it in the episode The One with the Fake Monica. The usage of the robe on these two characters was likely intentional, as Monica and Rachel were known to share clothes. However, the robe seems to have been used again, likely just for the sake of convenience, on Jane Sibbet as Carol in 1997, in the episode The One Without the Ski Trip.

Often television shows will recycle their wardrobe within the show itself. For example, Jennifer Aniston’s character Rachel Green wore this robe in the pilot episode of Friends in 1994. The following year, Courteney Cox’s character Monica Geller wore it in the episode The One with the Fake Monica. The usage of the robe on these two characters was likely intentional, as Monica and Rachel were known to share clothes. However, the robe seems to have been used again, likely just for the sake of convenience, on Jane Sibbet as Carol in 1997, in the episode The One Without the Ski Trip.

Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • Rebecca
Photos provided by:
  • Rebecca
  • Cassiopeia
Costume Designer:
  • Debra McGuire

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