Of all the memorable moments on "Friends," one of the most shocking, OMG, did-not-see-that-coming scenes was during the Season 4 finale, when Monica popped out from under the covers of Chandler's bed in London.
That hook-up began their long romance, which ended with the two of them married, adoptive parents of twin babies, and set to move to suburbia.
But just how did Monica and Chandler get together? Was their pairing the intention of "Friends" producers from the beginning?
No.As former executive producer Scott Silvestri (who co-wrote that London episode) tells Vulture, discussion about a potential Monica/Chandler pairing didn't heat up until he and writer Shana Goldberg-Meehan (Silvestri’s future wife) came on board in Season 3.
The idea had been "kicking around," he says, mostly due to the chemistry between Courteney Cox and Matthew Perry. But the writers were feeling “relationship ennui" after the epic "will they/won't they" and "we were on a break" saga of Ross and Rachel.
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