Title: The One with the East German Laundry Detergent (20 Oct 1994)

Title: The One with the East German Laundry Detergent (20 Oct 1994) 8.6 /10

Persil ProClean 2in1 Liquid Laundry Detergent, 150 oz (75 loads)

$24.77
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  • Friends’ fifth episode is to my mind the first episode that feels like the Friends that I remember—at least in part because “The One With The East German Laundry Detergent” is such a great half-hour. The crowning scene of glory isn’t even when Ross and Rachel kiss for the first time—though that’s also pretty cute!—but just earlier, when Rachel throws herself into the laundry cart and asserts her independence as a clothes-washing, money-making, semi-self-sufficient New Yorker.

    Friends’ fifth episode is to my mind the first episode that feels like the Friends that I remember—at least in part because “The One With The East German Laundry Detergent” is such a great half-hour. The crowning scene of glory isn’t even when Ross and Rachel kiss for the first time—though that’s also pretty cute!—but just earlier, when Rachel throws herself into the laundry cart and asserts her independence as a clothes-washing, money-making, semi-self-sufficient New Yorker.

  • “The One with George Stephanopoulos” (season one, episode four; originally aired 10/13/94) / “The One With The East German Laundry Detergent” (season one, episode five; originally aired 10/20/94)

    “The One with George Stephanopoulos” (season one, episode four; originally aired 10/13/94) / “The One With The East German Laundry Detergent” (season one, episode five; originally aired 10/20/94)

    Original WWII German Laundry Detergent (for UNIFORMS), 40 Liter Size
    Code: 22925
    Price: $30.00
    Available for immediate delivery
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  • Original WWII German Laundry Detergent (for UNIFORMS), 40 Liter Size
    Code: 22848
    Price: $30.00
    Available for immediate delivery
    Quantity in Basket: none


    German Laundry Detergent: Persil // is one of the best selling detergent in Germany since 1907. Funny thing, Persil actually means parsley in French.

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