Chandler Muriel Bing is a fictional character on the popular U.S. television sitcom Friends (1994–2004), portrayed by Matthew Perry.
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Chandler Muriel Bing is a fictional character from the NBC sitcom Friends, portrayed by Matthew Perry.
Chandler Muriel Bing was born on April 8, 1968, to an erotic novelist mother and a cross-dressing Las Vegas star father and is of Scottish ancestry. He is apparently from an affluent family, as he mentions his family hired servants such as a pool boy and a house boy (both of whom he suspects slept with his father); and Phoebe scornfully remarks in one episode, "Did the little rich boy have a problem with the butler?" Chandler's parents announced their divorce to him over Thanksgiving dinner when he was nine years old, an event which causes him to refuse to celebrate the holiday in his adulthood. Chandler was Ross Geller's roommate in college. Chandler met Ross' sister, Monica Geller, and her friend, Rachel Green, while celebrating Thanksgiving with the Geller family during his first year at college. On a tip from Monica, Chandler later moved to Apartment #19 in Greenwich Village, Manhattan, across the hall from Monica and her roommate Phoebe Buffay. In apartment #19, Chandler's roommate was Joey Tribbiani.
At Ross and Emily's wedding in London, Monica and Chandler sleep together and begin dating. Monica and Chandler try keeping their relationship secret, not sure how the others will react but eventually they all found out.
Joey discovers minor details about their subsequent lies after their first weekend away together, Rachel overhears a phone conversation, Phoebe and Rachel see them together from Ross's new apartment across the street. Joey kept the secret at first, after Rachel and Phoebe found out about it, the two girls tried provoking them to admit that they were in a relationship. Correspondingly, Monica and Chandler try getting them to admit that they knew and a battle broke out (with Joey as the go-between). This ended with Phoebe and Chandler supposedly intending to sleep together, but Chandler cracked and admitted his love for Monica, which she returned. The two move in together at the beginning of Season 6, Chandler proposes by the end of the season, and they get married at the end of Season 7. Their wedding is officiated by Joey, who is ordained over the Internet. In the final episode, Monica and Chandler (who are unable to conceive due to issues) watch as their adopted twins, Erica and Jack, are born.
Chandler also has problems with Monica's ex-boyfriend, Richard (portrayed by Tom Selleck), whom he and Joey had briefly idolized for his manliness before Chandler and Monica started dating. Monica had previously viewed Richard as the love of her life which further adds to Chandler's insecurities. The biggest problem with Richard occurs when Chandler wants to propose to Monica, and Richard confesses his love for her. Monica initially considers re-uniting with her former love (partly due to Chandler's feigned disinterest in getting married). However, Richard eventually backs down letting Chandler marry her, realizing he missed his chance.
Monica also sometimes gets on Chandler's nerves because of her bossiness, neatness and overly competitive nature. This forces Chandler into several situations, such as Monica being unable to throw a game of tennis against Chandler's boss and Chandler's having to hide the fact that he is incredibly good at ping-pong to stop Monica entering them in doubles-tournaments. Monica also is the dominant one in the relationship and Chandler frequently submits to her wishes. In the alternate reality episode of "The One that Could Have Been", Monica is still fat and Chandler does not show much interest in her. However, when Monica's current boyfriend gets called away during dinner, they sleep together and Chandler falls in love with her, so the two end up together anyway.
Jack and Erica Bing
Twins Jack and Erica appear in the final episode, on May 6, 2004, when biological mother Erica (Anna Faris) gives birth. Everyone, except the doctor, is shocked as Erica has not realized she was expecting twins. Erica said, that at an antenatal appointment, the doctor had said "both heartbeats sound strong" and assumed he meant hers and the baby's. Chandler and Monica are a little shocked and discuss having the other baby adopted by someone else but adopt both when Monica says that they could not split them up. Jack is named after Monica's father and Erica after her biological mother. They are shown in Apartment 20, with the rest of the group before leaving for their new home.
Ross and Chandler have been best friends since college where they were roommates. They made pacts of girls they shouldn't sleep with, were in a band together, had weird hair, were great friends, and Chandler went to Ross's house for Thanksgiving. Ross and Chandler frequently go out to play racquet ball and basketball. They also get bullied tog
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Dark brown hair, handsome
Albert Bing (cousin), Jack Bing (adopted son), Monica Geller (wife), Ross Geller (brother-in-law)
Emma Geller-Green (niece), Ben Geller (nephew/godson), Rachel Green (sister-in-law), Judy Geller (mother-in-law), Jack Geller (father-in-law)
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Chandler Muriel Bing
Erica Bing (adopted daughter), Glen (Cousin)
Ross Geller, Rachel Green
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