Ross' plan to make Rachel fall madly in love with him is to sabotage any type of relationship or love interest that she has (always behind her back, of course) and act like her friend in order to take advantage of her at a time when she's most vulnerable so that she'll fall in love with him.Ross uses the typical "nice guy" narrative when he speaks with his friends and colleagues about their relationship.Ted was whiney and occasionally annoying but I always felt for him.Barney was my instant favorite, and I rooted for his romance with Robin the entire series (they’re just meant to be, it’s science). They are college sweethearts that you can’t help but swoon over.That all began when Ross started the I Hate Rachel Green Club in high school simply because she wasn't interested in him.I mean, Ross has been into Rachel since he was 17 years old, when she was friends with his younger sister. But the worst part is that he thinks that Rachel owes him something, and has for years.I thought the whole storyline was genius, hilarious, and one-of-a-kind.That was until my freshman year of college when I was forced to watch “Friends”.
After much consideration and deliberation, I have over the years, become more of a Friends fan than How I Met Your Mother fan; however, both series’ are “Steak Sauce,” and deserve all the love they get.
Ok, Rachel can act a little spoiled, but she abandons her whole life and starts working as a waitress so she doesn't have to go back to living with her parents (or a husband she doesn't love). Sure, Rachel worries about her looks, but that's precisely what leads her to a job in the fashion world. He doesn't do anything for the baby, or for his pregnant ex-wife.
When Rachel is getting ready to tell Ross that she's pregnant, he just assumes that she's there to ask him if they can get back together, because how could she not still be in love with the wonderful Ross Gellar? Ross selfishly wallows in his own misery for 10 seasons and complains about how "bad things only happen to good people" so that he doesn't have to come to terms with the idea that (surprise!
Mainly focusing on the nerdy romantic character, the storyline primarily portrays a quest for undeniable love, and achievements in the male character's dream-albeit boring-career, also showing the struggles and success of his closest friends, the individuals most important to his own journey in life, stationed almost primarily in a “hang out” spot within the city- or the “main” apartment in the story. The show mainly focuses on his quest for love and career achievement.
Ross Geller and Ted Mosby similarities; they both: Both Television Series focus on q group of friends as they experience the normal struggles of growth; life and love, career, and finance.