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					出现次数      单词                   注解

                   n.(门、盖等的)铰链, 枢纽,
 2       hinges    关键vt.装铰链v.装以绞链,
                   依...而转移



 1     hangovers   n.残留, 遗物, 宿醉




 1     aggravated vt.使恶化, 加重



                   vt.刺, 戳, 刺痛, 竖起vi.刺,
 2       pricks    竖起n.扎, 一刺, 刺痛, 锥,
                   阴茎adj.竖起的




 5     arranging   arrangingvbl.安排




 4     arrangement n.排列, 安排

 1     horrendous adj.可怕的
 2      hangover   n.残留, 遗物, 宿醉
30     matt     n.马特(Matthew的昵称)(m.)




1     hiatus    n.裂缝, 脱落




1    creators   n.[计] 创建者, 创作者
5       cox      n.舵手v.做舵手




3    scolding    n.责骂, 叱责




2    crushing    adj.决定性的




                 n.结婚, 婚姻, 婚姻生活,
6    marriages   密切结合, 合并

3    unlikely    adj.未必的, 不太可能的, 靠不住的

1     shooter    n.射手

                 hitchhikern.搭便车的旅行者,
10   hitchhiker 顺便插入的广告, 短篇广告



1     protein    n.[生化]蛋白质adj.蛋白质的




1     engines    n.发动机, 机车, 火车头
1     pries     v.探查


                vt.使更新, 使恢复, 重申, 补充,
1     renew     续借, 复兴vi.更新, 重新开始




1    strive     v.努力, 奋斗, 力争, 斗争




                n.爬行, 攀缘, 抢夺, 混乱vi.攀缘,
1   scrambled   杂乱蔓延, 争夺, 拼凑,
                匆忙vt.攀登, 搅乱, 使混杂



1    kansas     n.堪萨斯州



1   christen    v.命名为




5   elevators   n.电梯, 升降机, [空]升降舵




2    rapist     n.强奸者, 强奸犯




1    killer     n.杀手, 凶手, 杀人魔



1    drifter    n.漂流物, 流浪者, 漂网渔船
                 n.假期, 休假,
11   vacation    (房屋等的)腾出v.<美>度假,
                 休假


1     mimosa     n.[植]含羞草


2    meatball    n.肉丸子, 笨蛋
                 n.分割, 划分, 瓜分, 分开,
1    partition   隔离物vt.区分, 隔开, 分割



1     wisely     adv.聪明地, 精明地




1    punishment n.惩罚, 处罚, 惩处




2     greedy     adj.贪吃的, 贪婪的, 渴望的




2    divorcing   n.离婚, 脱离vt.使离婚, 与...脱离



1      hubby     n.丈夫

5    mustache    n.髭, 胡子


                 n.废除, 取消,
21   annulment   (法院对婚姻等)判决无效

                 v.涂污, 污损(名誉等),
1      blur      把(界线,视线等)弄得模糊不清,
                 弄污n.污点
                 n.拉塞尔(又译"罗素")(m.)
16    russell    英国工程师,整流器发明人

                 abbr.sidereal hour
1       sha      angle[天]恒星时角 int.=shah

1      sweets    糖果



1    transcribe v.转录



                 adj.喉咙的, 喉音的,
1     guttural   咽喉的n.喉音, 喉音字



1     defined    vt.定义, 详细说明




2      chrome    n.铬, 铬合金




1    impulsively impulsively有推动力地



3     custody    n.保管




2      filthy    adj.不洁的, 污秽的, 丑恶的



1    composure   n.镇静, 沉着



1     ingests    vt.摄取, 咽下, 吸收
1    expelled    v.驱逐, 开除, 排出, 发射



4    angelica    n.当归




3    annulled    v.废除, 取消, 废止




2    murderer    n.杀人犯, 凶手




1   geologists n.地质学者

                 n.废除, 取消,
1   annulments
                 (法院对婚姻等)判决无效


2   tombstone    n.墓石, 墓碑



1    overall     adj.全部的, 全面的

2    testify     v.证明, 证实, 作证

                 n.抱怨, 牢骚, 哀鸣vi.报怨声,
1     whined
                 哭诉, 发牢骚, 发呜呜声vt.哀诉

                 n.猎鸟时以引诱别的鸟(特别是野鸭)
1     decoy      集于一地的真鸟或假鸟, 圈套,
                 诱骗vt.诱骗



                 n.大纲, 轮廓, 略图, 外形, 要点,
1    outline     概要vt.描画轮廓, 略述
1    puffed     puffed疏松的




               vt.(熟练地)操作, 使用(机器等),
               操纵(人或市价、市场), 利用,
1   manipulate 应付,
               假造vt.(熟练地)操作,巧妙地处理


                v.仲裁, 调停, 作为引起...的媒介,
1    mediate    居中调停


1    shelves    n.架子



1   ambiance    n.周围环境, 气氛




1   invaders    n.侵略者




                n.[天文]小游星, 小行星,
2   asteroids   海盘车adj.星状的




3    arcade     n.[建]拱廊, 有拱廊的街道




                adj.[只作表语]喜爱的, 多情的,
2     fond      喜欢的, 宠爱的, 温柔的
2      merge     v.合并, 并入, 结合, 吞没, 融合



1    finalists   n.参加决赛的选手


1      doggy     n.小犬, 小狗adj.像狗一样的

1     secrecy    n.秘密, 保密



    personalitie n.个性, 人格, 人物, 名人,
1                (用复数)诽谤、人身攻击
          s

                 n.冒险, 危险,
                 冒险的事vt.冒...的危险, 赌运气,
1     hazard
                 使遭危险      Hazard [5hAzEd]
                 哈泽德(姓氏)

                 adj.要哭的, 眼泪汪汪的,
2      weepy     催人泪下的n.使人哭的小说



1    antiques    n.古物, 古董adj.古时的, 过时的




2     sleigh     n.雪橇v.乘雪橇, 用雪橇运输




2    mahogany    n.[植]桃花心木, 其木材, 红褐色
1    bedside    n.床旁adj.床旁的, 枕边的




3    lounger    n.漫步的人, 懒人




1   pheromones n. 〈生化〉信息素



                n.沼泽, 湿地,
2    swamped    煤层聚水v.陷入沼泽, 淹没, 覆没



1   worshipers n.参加礼拜者, 崇拜者


1     lovey     对爱人的昵称



1   subletted   v.转租n.转租的房屋


                n.(车胎)爆裂, 喷出, 保险丝烧断,
1    blowout
                井中喷水或油等

2    binding    n.装订, 捆绑, 捆绑物, 粘合物




2   millionth   n.第一百万, 百万分之一
1   preserving preservingvbl.保存,保留




1     erupted    vt.喷出vi.爆发




                 n.文明, 文化, 文明社会文明,
1   civilization 一个著名游戏的名称




1   manipulation n.处理, 操作, 操纵, 被操纵




                 n.安慰, 舒适, 安慰者vt.安慰,
2    comforted   使(痛苦等)缓和       Comfort
                 [5kQmfEt] 康福特(女子名)




4    coconuts    n.椰子




4    silliness   sillinessn.愚蠢, 糊涂
1     moods     n.心情, 情绪, 语气, 状态


1    reverts    v.回复

3    unknown    adj.不知道的, 未知的n.不知名的


1   combatants n.战士, 战斗员adj.战斗的

1   candlestick n.烛台, 蜡烛架


2   placement   n.放置, 布置, [足][橄]定位球




1   gratuitous adj.免费的, 无理由的


                n.中国狗(体壮,有褐或黑色厚毛,舌
2      chow     为深蓝色),
                (chow)<澳蔑>中国人




1   surgeries   n.外科, 外科学, 手术室, 诊疗室
                adj.不省人事的, 无感觉的,
1   senseless   无意识的




1   recovery    n.恢复, 痊愈, 防御




2   miraculous adj.奇迹的, 不可思议的




                n.模范, 式样, 模式, 样品, 格调,
1   patterns    图案vt.模仿, 仿造,
                以图案装饰vi.形成图案

1   theatrical adj.戏剧性的

1   disputed    disputedv.争议vbl.争议

                n.胡闹, 开玩笑, 恶作剧vt.装饰,
4    pranks     打扮vi.打扮得漂亮

3    lapsed     adj.流失的, 堕落的


1    cruller    n.油煎饼的一种
3      loan      n.(借出的)贷款, 借出v.借, 借给

                 n.(中世纪的)行会, 同业公会,
1      guild
                 协会, 行业协会
5      harm      vt.伤害, 损害n.伤害, 损害
1     audible    adj.听得见的

1     gravely    gravelyadv.严峻地



1    headlong    adv.头向前地, 轻率地

                 n.黑暗, 夜, 黄昏, 暗色, 无知,
                 模糊adj.黑暗的, 暗的,
1     darker
                 (头发、皮肤等)黑色的, 隐秘的,
                 无知的, 隐晦的, 模糊的


                 adj.使眩目的,
1    blinding    使失去判断力的n.碎石子



2      aide      n.<美>助手, 副官, 侍从武官

1    residual    adj.剩余的, 残留的

                 n.<西>君,
                 先生(西班牙语冠于男子姓名前),
                 阁下,
1      dons      (英国剑桥或牛津大学)指导教师vt.
                 穿上       Don [dCn] n.
                 (Sp)(置于男士名字前的尊称)先生
                 ;堂
                 n.<主苏>少年,
1     laddies    年青人,老弟(表示亲密的称呼)


5   candlesticks n.烛台, 蜡烛架


1    adjusting   调节(作用) 校准, 调整, 调制
1     auto     n.<美口>汽车




1    hacks     v.砍n.出租




1   exhausting adj.使用尽的, 令人疲乏不堪的


               n.阅读, 知识, 读物, 表演,
1   readings   对法律条文的解释adj.阅读的
               Reading [5rediN] 雷丁(姓氏)
               n.孟买(印度西部的一个邦,首府为孟
1    bombay
               买城)
1    aides     n.<美>助手, 副官, 侍从武官



3    kappa     n.希腊文字母第 10字




               n.三角州,
1    deltas    德耳塔(希腊字母的第四个字)
3    nonsense   n.胡说, 废话




    subcategorie
1                n.亚类,子种类,子范畴
          s


                adj.第一位的, 主要的, 初步的,
3     primary   初级的, 原来的, 根源的




2   concerning prep.关于


               adj.平易近人的, 友好的n.伙伴,
2      matey
               好朋友
               adj.澳洲的, 澳大利亚的,
2   australian
               澳大利亚人的n.[地名] 澳大利亚




                vt.识别, 鉴别,
1   identified 把...和...看成一样v.确定
3     errors    n.错误, 过失, 误差




2    analysis   n.分析, 分解




1   sedimentary adj.沉积的, 沉淀性的




    consternatio
1                n.惊愕, 恐怖, 惊惶失措
          n


4     phasing   定相, 相位调整

8   university n.(综合)大学

3    sediment   n.沉淀物, 沉积

                n.比率, 速度, 等级, 价格,
5      rate     费用vt.估价, 认为, 鉴定等级,
                责骂vi.被评价, 责骂
                n.流程, 流动, (河水)泛滥,
5      flow     洋溢vi.流动, 涌流, 川流不息,
                飘扬vt.溢过, 淹没
               n.[解]颚, 颌, 下巴(用复数),
3     jaw      (山谷、海峡等的)狭窄的入口,
               [机]叉钳, 钳夹v.闲谈, 教训, 唠叨

2   chambers   钱伯斯(姓氏)




               n.旋风, 龙卷风, 大雷雨,
               具有巨大破坏性的人(或事物)[军]
2   tornado    (“狂风”)
               英国、德国、意大利三国合作研制的
               双座双发超音速变后掠翼战斗机




               n.蜂群, 一大群v.涌往, 挤满,
1    swarm     密集, 成群浮游, 云集




1   locusts    n.[动]蝗虫, 蚱蜢, 蝉
2   hurricane   n.飓风, 狂风




                n.冰雹, 致敬, 招呼,
                一阵vt.向...欢呼, 致敬, 招呼,
1     hail      使象下雹样落下, 猛发vi.招呼,
                下雹int.万岁, 欢迎




1   brimstone   n.硫黄




1   assembly    n.集合, 装配, 集会, 集结, 汇编



                n.战士, 勇士, 武士, 战斗, 尚武,
1    warrior    鼓吹战争的人adj.战斗的, 尚武的
1   smoother    n.弄平的人, 路面平整机, 修光工




1   diapering   用彩缎装饰 装饰




1   degrades    v.(使)降级, (使)堕落, (使)退化




2     sonic     adj.音速的

2    blaster    爆破工, 放炮工




1     ruben     n.鲁本(Reuben 的异体)(m.)




                adj.骇人听闻的, 非常讨厌的,
4   shocking
                不正当的
                n.门房, (猎人住的)山林小屋,
                (游览区的)旅馆,
                (地方社团的)集会处vi.临时住宿,
3     lodged    寄宿(某人家)vt.容纳, 寄存,
                把...射入, 存放,
                (向有关当局)提出(声明)
                Lodge [lCdV] 洛奇(姓氏)


2    hairball   n.(动物在胃或肠积成的)毛团




                equippedv.装备,预备,整装vbl.装备
1    equipped   ,预备,整装

2      iffy     adj.不确定的, 可疑的,有问题的



3   windshield n.挡风玻璃


                n.(男人的)贴身男仆,
1     valet
                <美>衣物架vt.伺候


3   investments n.投资, 可获利的东西



                n.公平, 公正, 公平的事物,
2     equity    资产净值, [律]平衡法

                n.使用者, 使用物,
1      user
                [律]权利的实际享有

2   intravenous adj.静脉内的

                vt.完成, 使达到极点adj.圆满的,
3   consummate 至上的, 完美的
2    addicted    adj.沉溺于某种嗜好中的



1     creates    vt.创造, 创作, 引起, 造成

                 n.请愿, 情愿书, 诉状,
1    petition    陈情书v.请求, 恳求, 请愿
                 n.地面, 土地, 战场, 场所,
                 范围adj.土地的,
2     grounds    地面上的vt.把...放在地上,
                 使搁浅, 打基础vi.具有基础, 着陆,
                 搁浅vbl.grind的过去式

                 v.(使)具有资格, 证明合格,
1     qualify    限制修饰vt.限制, 限定


    concentratin
3                v.集中, 浓缩
          g
                 n.海绵, 海绵体, 海绵状物,
                 (外科用的)棉球,
2     sponges    纱布v.用海绵等冼涤、揩拭、擦拭或
                 清除, 用海绵吸收(液体),
                 (俗)依赖某人生活, 诈取某人钱财,
                 海绵般吸收
                 n.抹布, 碎屑, 石板瓦, 破旧衣服,
1      rags      少量vt.揶揄, 戏弄, 欺负vi.喧闹

                 n.混合物,
1    compound    [化]化合物adj.复合的v.混合, 配合

1    passerby    n.过路人, 行人
                 vt.做得过分, 过度, 夸张, 做作,
1    overdoing
                 使过火vi.过火

4     rapidly    adv.迅速地
              adj.有害的, 恶作剧的, 淘气的,
3   mischievous 为害
              vi.处理, 应付过去vt.管理, 控制,
2   managed   操纵, 维持, 运用, 搞成, 设法,
              达成
                v.处理, 处置, 部署vt.布置, 安排,
1    disposes   除去, 使愿意




1     bathed    bathedv.沐浴 vbl.沐浴


1   inexcusable adj.没法辩解的, 不可宽赦的
                n.果核, 中心, 核心
1      core     CORE=Congress of Racial Equality
                争取种族平等大会
1    newlywed   n.新婚的人, 新婚夫妇

2   confession n.供认, 承认, 招供

1     peeping   n.窥看, 隐约看见vi.窥视, 偷看


3   stenographer n.速记员
3     heroin     n.海洛因, 吗啡
                 [美俚](=New York
4      yanks     Yankees)纽约扬基棒球队


3    balancing   配平




1    doubling    n.加倍, 成双




3      beats     n.敲打, 拍子, 巡逻区域v.打, 打败


2       vs       vsprep.对
                 有指导的 有管理的 定向的
12   directed
                 被控制的




1    sparseness sparsenessn.稀疏, 稀少




                 n.典当, 抵押物, 人质,
2      pawn      (象棋)兵、卒, 爪牙,
                 被人利用的人vt.当掉, 以...担保
1   ancestors   n.祖先, 祖宗




1    gambled    n.冒险v.赌博, 投机, 孤注一掷




                n.瘟疫, 麻烦, 苦恼, 灾祸vt.折磨,
1    plagued    使苦恼, 使得灾祸


                泡沫聚苯乙烯        Styrofoam
2   styrofoam   [`staIrEfEJm]
                n.聚苯乙烯泡沫塑料




1   catalogs    n.目录, 目录册v.编目录




2    chants     n.圣歌




1   qualities   n.质量, 品质, 性质



1     skits     n.讽刺话, 幽默故事, 若干, 一群


1   crookedly   crookedly弯曲地

                n.落后, 囚犯, 迟延, 桶板,
                防护套adj.最后的vi.缓缓而行,
1     lags
                滞后vt.落后于, 押往监狱,
                加上外套
1   supervising v.监督, 管理, 指导


                n.正方形, 广场, 平方,
                直角尺adj.正方形的, 四方的,
                直角的, 正直的, 公平的, 结清的,
1    squared    平方的, 彻底的adv.成直角地,
                正直地, 公平地,
                坚定地v.使成方形, 弄平, 使直,
                与...一致, 符合, 自乘, 结算
                adj.明亮的, 辉煌的, 欢快的,
                聪明的, 伶俐的           Bright
1    brighter   [brait] 布赖特(①姓氏
                ②Richard, 1789-1858,
                英国医学家)


                n.饥荒, <古>饥饿,
1     famine    严重的缺乏


                n.特效药, 细节adj.详细而精确的,
4    specific   明确的, 特殊的, 特效的,
                [生物]种的




1    spotless   adj.没有污点的




1   australia   n.澳洲, 澳大利亚




5     repel     vt.击退, 抵制, 使厌恶, 使不愉快
2      moth     n.蛾, 蛀虫




1     lovable   adj.可爱的, 惹人爱的




1     rapport   n.和谐, 亲善


                vi.处理, 应付过去vt.管理, 控制,
5     manage    操纵, 维持, 运用, 搞成, 设法,
                达成

                ecstaticallyadv.心醉神迷地,
1   ecstatically 入神地

                adj.敲钉用的, <俚>极好的,
1     nailing   出色的


2     bizarre   adj.奇异的(指态度,容貌,款式等)



                crazilyadv.疯子似地, 摇摇晃晃地,
1     crazily   发狂地



                adj.喘气的v.脉动, 波动, 晃动,
2     panting   振动
1     mounted    adj.安在马上的, 裱好的




1    graceful    adj.优美的




3     handled    handledadj.有把手的, 有把柄的



                 Kermit一种文件传输协议,
1     kermit     由哥伦比亚大学设计



3      frog      n.青蛙vi.捕蛙


    authorizatio
2                n.授权, 认可
          n
2     untrue     adj.不真实的, 不正确的, 不忠实的



                 n.官能, 功能, 作用, 职责, 典礼,
2    functions   仪式, [数]函数vi.(器官等)活动,
                 运行, 行使职责




2    download    download下载
3    computers   n.计算机, 电脑




                 界面连接, 接口连接, 连接衬布,
1    interfacing 衬头


11    seating    n.(使)就座, 座位数, 座套


2     centered   centeredadj.有圆心的, 居中的

                 vt.使固定, 装置, 修理, 准备,
                 安装, 凝视, 整理, 牢记vi.固定,
2      fixes
                 注视, 决定, 选定, 确定n.困境,
                 方位, 贿赂
14     sherry    n.雪利酒, 葡萄酒
                 adj.全麦(面粉)的, 粗面粉的
7      graham    Graham [5^reiEm] n.
                 格雷厄姆(男子名)
24     ellen     n. 埃伦(女子名)

1      gangs     n.(一)伙, (一)群

                 n.小袋, (熏衣等用的)香袋,
2     sachets    香料袋, 香粉

                 n.办公室, 办事处, 事务所,
6     offices    <英>政府机关, 部, 公职,
                 职责, 帮助
                 n.(一)步, 速度, 步调, 步法,
                 步态vi.踱步, 缓慢的走vt.用步测,
1      paces     踱步于, (马)溜花蹄
                 PACE=Performance and Cost
                 Evaluation 性能与成本估价
               adj.植物群的, 花似的, 花的,
2    floral    植物的




               n.星系, 银河, 一群显赫的人,
1   galaxies   一系列光彩夺目的东西




               n.战役(指大规模会战),
1   battling   战争vi.作战, 战斗, 搏斗, 斗争




1   apoplectic n.患中风者adj.中风的, 易患中风的



1     bind     v.绑, 镶边, 装订, 凝固, 约束


1    rarely    adv.很少地, 罕有地


2   listener   n.收听者, 听众

               圣安妮(据基督教《圣经》"外传"载
1     anne     系圣母马利亚的母亲,7月26
               日是她的纪念节)
3   grunting   咕哝的, 呼噜的


1     stems    n.茎, 干, 词干, 茎干v.滋生, 阻止


               adj.烤焦的, 枯萎的vt.烤焦,
1     sear     使枯萎vi.凋谢, 干枯

1    copyboy   copyboyn.送稿件的工友
2   mistaken   adj.犯错的, 错误的

               n.寒冷, [物]零下温度, 伤风,
1   coldest    感冒adj.寒冷的, 使人战栗的,
               冷淡的, 不热情的, 失去知觉的
               n.台湾台湾(位于中国东南部,东海
1    taiwan
               和南海之间)
1     hem      n.边, 缘, 摺边v.给...缝边, 包围

               n.饲养员, 奶瓶, 进料器, 馈电线,
1    feeder    支流

               n.魔鬼, 极残忍的人
2    demon     DEMON=Debug Monitor 调试监督程序


1    hacky     n.出租汽车司机




               adj.完整的, 整体的, [数学]
1   integral   积分的, 构成整体所需要的n.[数学]
               积分, 完整, 部分




               n.[机]嵌齿, 小船vt.上齿轮, 欺骗
1     cog      COG=Center of Gravity 重心 Coke-
               Oven Gas 焦炉煤气




1    groovy    adj.很帅的, 常规的, 槽的
1   fluoresces vi.发荧光




                n.小说, 长篇故事adj.新奇的,
4     novels    新颖的, 异常的



1    whitened   vt.使白, 变白, 刷白, 漂白vi.变白

                n.薄片v.使成薄片, 剥落,
2     flakes    雪片般落下

3      mega     n.百万, 大

1   controllers n.管理员, 控制器

1    weirdos    weirdon. 古怪的人,奇怪的人


1    siblings   n.兄弟, 姐妹, 同胞, 同属


                adj.观念的, 担忧的, 渴望的,
8    anxious    盼望的

1     coyly     coylyadv.害羞地, 羞怯地



2   overlapping 重叠, 搭接


1   enjoyment   n.享乐, 快乐, 享受乐事
1   headliner   n.(报纸)写标题的记者

2     blamed    adj.该死的, 混蛋的


1   shrugging   n.耸肩v.耸肩
                 n.<口>寻欢作乐的女子,
2    playboys    花花公子

                 n.题目, 主题, 科目, 学科, 国民,
                 [语法]主语adj.受他国统治的,
                 未独立的, 受制于...的,
3    subjects    受...影响的,
                 以...为条件的vt.使屈从于...,使隶
                 属

1    dandruff    n.头皮屑
                 n.(房间, 走廊等的)地面, 地板,
                 基底, (室内的)场地, 层, 海底,
1     floored
                 议员席vt.在...上铺(地板), 击倒,
                 (被困难)难倒


2    condensed   v.浓缩vbl.浓缩




3     jacques    n.雅克(m.)




1     diving     n.潜水, 跳水



                 n.幽默, 心情, 诙谐vt.迎合, 牵就,
1    humoring
                 顺应
1    teasingly   adv.烦恼地,受嘲弄地
                 n.琐事, 少量, 蛋糕,
15    trifle     小事v.开玩笑, 玩弄, 闭混, 浪费,
                 嘲弄
               sauteadj.<法>炒的,
1    sauteed   嫩煎的v.炒




                n.悬钩子,
1   raspberries <俚>(表示轻蔑、嘲笑等的)咂
                舌声




5     layers   n.层, 阶层




2   ladyfingers n.松脆饼




               n.度数, 度, 程度,
2    degrees   [律](罪行的)轻重, 学位, 地位,
               身份, [数]次数
1    mincemeat   n.苹果等切碎混拌碎肉的东西,甜馅




1    tattletale n.告密者, 搬弄是非的人

                 n.诡计, 骗局, 恶作剧, 窍门,
5     tricked
                 诀窍vt.欺骗, 哄骗


1    sophomore   n.大学二年级生, 有二年经验的人




                 n.围巾, 头巾领巾, 嵌接, 嵌接处,
1     scarfs     切口v.围(围巾), 披(头巾)嵌接



1      rigid     adj.刚硬的, 刚性的, 严格的

1      syne      adv.(=since)自彼时至此时, 曾经

2      lang      adj.<苏格兰>=long

1      auld      adj.老的, 旧的

10   platform    n.(车站)月台, 讲台, 讲坛平台


1    nowadays    adv.现今, 现在




1    cameraman   n.照相师, 摄影师(尤指电影)
1   bloopers    n.引起杂音的收音机, 大挫折




                n.(女性衬衫)的胸襟,
1    dickie     (小孩的)围嘴adj.低劣的,不可靠的


4    taping     n.磁带录音

1   loosened    v.解开, 放松, 松开




                vt.(使)快速转动, 捻弄vi.转动,
1    twirls     旋转n.转动, 万能钥匙, 旋转的东西




2    snippy     adj.暴躁的, 傲慢的



2   platforms   n.(车站)月台, 讲台, 讲坛平台

               [常用以构成复合词]具有...脸型的,
3      faced   有...表面的,有...贴边的, 饰面的,
               砌面的, 复面的
               n.太平盛世, 一千年
3   millennium Millennium [mi5lenjEm] 白蜜,
               大白圆粒(葡萄品种名)

                v.使现代化, 修正, 校正,
1    update     更新n.现代化, 更新

2     wily      adj.老谋深算的
                n.轻佻女子, 风骚女子,
2     minx
                <古>妓女, 荡妇
1   priceless   adj.无价的, 极贵重的
                 n.洞, 窟窿, 山谷adj.空的,
                 虚伪的, 空腹的,
5     hollow
                 凹的adv.<口>彻底vi.形成空
                 洞vt.挖空, 弄凹
4        z       n.字母z      ZZs 或 Z's


1    chapstick   n.无色唇膏


1      linus     n.莱纳斯(m.)



1     storing    保管, 存储




                 n.痕迹, 踪迹, 微量, 迹线,
                 缰绳vt.描绘, 映描, 画轮廓, 追踪,
1      trace     回溯, 探索vi.上溯, 沿路走
                 TRACE=Task Reporting And Current
                 Evaluation 工作报告及当前鉴定




1   symbolising v.<主英>=symbolize




                 n.简略, 短路,      短裤adj.短的,
                 矮的, 不足的,       不够的,
1    shortest    (智力等)弱的,       浅薄的, 松脆的,
                 简短adv.突然,      缺乏, 不足
                 Short [FC:t]    肖特(姓氏)




1    egyptians   adj.埃及的, 埃及人的n.埃及人
10     routine    n.例行公事, 常规, 日常事务, 程序


1    honourable adj.可敬的, 荣誉的, 光荣的

                  n.猫头鹰的叫声, 汽车喇叭声,
                  表不满或轻蔑的叫嚣, 嘲骂声,
3       hoot
                  鸣响vi.大声叫嚣, 鸣响,
                  猫头鹰叫vt.呵斥, 轰赶
1       decibel   n.分贝
     understandab
1                 adj.可以理解的, 可懂的
          le

1      milking    n.挤奶, 一次的挤奶量

1     muttering   n.咕哝, 嘀咕v.咕哝, 嘀咕

6    apologized apologizedv.道歉
1      starve     vt.使饿死vi.饿得要死

5     motioning   n.运动, 动作v.运动


2     produced    (叶子等)畸形伸长的, 引长的

                  n.块, 大多数, 质量, 群众,
                  大量adj.群众的, 大规模的,
2       mass      集中的vt.使集合vi.聚集
                  MASS=Manual Analysis Scan System
                  人工分析扫描系统
                  n.商人, 批发商, 贸易商,
1     merchants   店主adj.商业的, 商人的

                  adj.远的, 空闲的,
                  不工作的adv.离开, 在远方, 离去,
                  分离, 中断, 完成prep.从...离开,
1       offs      脱离      Offabbr.
                  1.办公室,办事处 (Officer)
                  2.军官,官员(Officer)

2      pricing    定价
1    birdcage    n.鸟笼

8      flea      n.跳蚤, 低廉的旅馆,生蚤的动物


1     potions    n.一服, 一剂



2     loosen     v.解开, 放松, 松开

2      opium     n.鸦片vt.用鸦片处理




1      winds     n.风v.绕, 缠, 上发条, 旋紧




1    apparatus   n.器械, 设备, 仪器


    aforemention
2                adj.上述的, 前述的
         ed

3    bastards    n.私生子
4      yore      n.<书>往昔, 昔时
                 n.去年,
1   yesteryear
                 不久以前adv.过去不久的岁月
                 n.平原, 草原adj.简单的, 明白的,
4     plains     平常的, 清晰的, 普通的,
                 朴素的adv.清楚地n.[计] 无格式
               Aperture High Altitude
               Radar综合孔径高空雷达
1     sahara   Sahara
               n.撒哈拉沙漠(非洲北部大沙漠),
               荒野
               n.装饰物, 观赏植物adj.装饰性的,
1   ornamental 装饰的, 装饰用的


1     periods    periodsn.周期
1      erosion    n.腐蚀, 侵蚀


4      wrecking   n.失事, 遇难船, 打捞(或援救)业

16    apothecary n.药剂师, 药师

2        via      prep.经, 通过, 经由



3      pursuit    n.追击

     indifferentl indifferentlyadv.冷淡地,
1                 不关心地
           y



1     sufficient adj.充分的, 足够的




                  vt.预演, 排演, 使排练, 复述,
2     rehearsed   练习, 背诵, 作假vi.排练, 练习,
                  演习




                  v.背诵, 朗读, 叙述,
1       recite    [律]书面陈述(事实)




                  n.提示, 付款期限vt.提示, 鼓动,
                  促使, (给演员)提白adj.敏捷的,
2      prompts    迅速的,
                  即时的adv.准时地n.DOS命令:改变D
                  OS系统提示符的风格
1    perceived   vt.察觉v.感知, 感到, 认识到




1     merely     adv.仅仅, 只, 不过




    prescription
1                n.指示, 规定, 命令, 处方, 药方
          s



1    emphasize   vt.强调, 着重v.强调




1    repeated    adj.重复的, 再三的



                 n.公文, 文件, 文档, 档案,
1    document    文献v.证明


                 adj.柔韧性, 易曲的, 灵活的,
2    flexible
                 柔软的, 能变形的, 可通融的
2      dyed      n.染料, 染色vt.染v.染


1    luxuries    n.奢侈, 华贵


                 n.翻覆, 翻折, 半圆卷饼, 流通量,
1    turnover    营业额, 周转adj.有一部分翻转的,
                 可翻转的
1     recreate   v.(使)得到休养, (使)得到娱乐




10   maintenance n.维护, 保持, 生活费用, 扶养




1    inflicting v.造成



                 n.(对某人, 某种目标,
3      patron
                 艺术等)赞助人, 资助人
                 n.版, 印刷物, 印迹, 印章,
                 印刷业, 照片v.印刷, 出版, 印于,
1      prints    用印刷体写[计]打印
                 PRINT=Pre-edited Interpretive
                 System 预先编辑的解释系统


1      errand    n.差事, 差使, 使命




                 n.智慧, 明智的行为, 学识, 名言,
4      wisdom    贤人, 至理名言




                 n.<俚>容易打败的对手,
8     pushover   容易做的事情
                 adj.薄片的, 成片的,
4      flaky     薄而易剥落的, [美俚]极古怪的,
                 与常人不同的

                 adj.户外的,适用于户外(活动者)的,
1    outdoorsy   爱好野外活动的
1    summoned    v.召集, 召唤, 号召, 鼓起, 振作

1   journalism n.新闻业, 报章杂志

1   barracuda    n.鱼, 梭鱼类




1      gunk      n.无特殊形状之一堆, 黏性物质




1    hobbling    v.蹒跚




1   streetlight n.街灯



                 n.流动性, 流度adj.流动的,
2     fluids     不固定的, 可改变的,
                 可另派用场的, 流畅的
                 n.伪造者, 捏造者, 骗子, 冒牌货,
1     faker
                 摊贩




2   seductively seductivelyadv.诱惑地, 勾引地




1     drippy     adj.滴落的, 多雨的, 潮湿的

1   vaporizing v.(使)蒸发
                 vt.分发, 分配, 散布, 分布, 分类,
1   distribute
                 分区v.分发
1   authorized adj.权威认可的, 审定的, 经授权的
1    bookish    adj.书本上的, 好学的




2   memorized   v.[亦作memorise] 记住, 记忆




                n.价值, 估价, 评价, 价格,
1     value     [数]值, 确切涵义vt.估价, 评价,
                重视

3   courtesy    n.谦恭, 允许, 礼貌

1   congested   adj.拥挤的


1   sneezing    n.喷嚏vi.打喷嚏


1      flu      n.流感

                n.虚弱者, 懦怯者adj.虚弱的,
1   weaklings   懦弱的

                n.[植]三色紫罗兰,
1    pansies    <俚>脂粉气男子, 同性恋男子
                Pansy [5pAnzi] 潘西(女子名)
                n.火花, 火星, 闪光, 情郎,
                花花公子, 活力, 电信技师,
3     spark     瞬间放电vi.闪烁, 发火花,
                求婚vt.发动, 鼓舞, 使有朝气,
                求婚
                n.[植]三色紫罗兰,
1     pansy     <俚>脂粉气男子, 同性恋男子
                Pansy [5pAnzi] 潘西(女子名)
1     incest    n.血亲相奸, 乱伦




                n.游行, 炫耀, 阅兵, 检阅,
1    paraded    阅兵场v.游行, 炫耀, 夸耀,
                (使)列队行进




1   reciprocate v.互给, 酬答, 互换, 报答




1   reactions   n.反应, 反作用, 反动(力)




3     stake     n.树桩




1      lair     n.窝


                v.咆哮, 激昂地说n.咆哮,
1    ranting    激昂的演说

7    vampire    n.吸血鬼
1     gadget     n.小器具, 小配件, 小玩意, 诡计



2    doubting    doubtingadj.有疑心的, 不相信的


                 n.随意, 任意adj.任意的, 随便的,
10    random     胡乱的adv.胡乱地


1     legged     adj.有腿的


2     rewind     vt.重绕n.重绕




1     illness    n.疾病, 生病




1     eulogy     n.赞词, 颂词, 歌功颂德的话




5      macho     adj.男子的男子气的


1      brat      n.乳臭未干的小孩, 小子




5    resources   n.资源, 财力, 办法, 智谋




1      comer     n.来者, 新来者, 有希望者
1   trilobite   n.[古生]三叶虫


1   perverted   adj.不正当的


2   caroline    n.卡罗琳,(女子名)


                v.咆哮, 激昂地说n.咆哮,
1     rant      激昂的演说


3   semester    n.学期

3   projector   n.放映机


4   autograph   n.亲笔签名, 手稿adj.署名v.署名

2    seller     n.售货者

                n.呻吟, 哀悼, 呼啸vi.发出呻吟声,
2     moan      抱怨, 哀悼vt.呻吟

                adj.在前的,
5   previous    早先的adv.在...以前返回上一级菜
                单




8    wesley     n.韦斯利(m.)




2    bandage    n.绷带
              groupien.
1   groupie   流行乐队迷,想与流行乐队成员发生
              性关系的少女
3    flexing    挠曲, 可挠性




6   bathrooms   n.浴室, 盥洗室


2   vitamins    n.维他命, 维生素


3    sexily     adv.<口>性感地
1    spleen     n.脾
                v.破裂, 裂开, 断绝(关系等),
1   ruptured
                割裂n.破裂, 决裂, 敌对, 割裂
                (=archibald)[俚]高射炮
                Archie [5B:tFi] [计]
7    archie     Internet上一种用来查找其标题满足
                特定条件的所有文档的自动搜索服务
                工具
1      codes     n.代码, 代号, 密码, 编码v.编码




1     jalopy     n.破旧车, 破旧的飞机




                 n.投出恰好落于球拍下面之球
1     yorker     Yorker美国纽约州人




2   disappoint vt.使失望


2    parasites   n.寄生虫, 食客

1   communicable adj.可传达的, 会传染的



2   mayonnaise n.蛋黄酱



1    crispies    adj.易碎的, 精神爽快的

                 n.协助, 援助, 补助,
1   assistance <英>国家补助

1     unwind     vt.展开, 放松, 伸直


1   surgeoning n.外科医生
                 On Line Library Study
1      polls     议会联机图书馆研究( AEA)



1     caprice    n.反复无常, 任性, 怪想

                 n.(=khat)
2       kats
                 阿拉伯茶(产于非洲和阿拉伯)

1     eastern    adj.东方的, 东部的


5     oysters    n.[动]牡蛎, 蚝, 沉默者




    opportunitie
1                n.机会, 时机
          s


3      oyster    n.[动]牡蛎, 蚝, 沉默者

1   aphrodisiac adj.引起性欲的n.壮阳剂,春药
                 adj.肉欲的, 色情的, 世俗的,
1     sensual
                 感觉的, 感觉论的
                 n.(=khat)
1       kat      阿拉伯茶(产于非洲和阿拉伯)

    halfheartedl halfheartedlyadv.不认真地,
1                无兴趣地
          y

2     hazelnut   hazelnutn.榛实


1      brazil    n.巴西


1   masquerading n.化妆舞会v.化装
1     rhymed     rhymedadj.押韵的




1       lox      n.熏鲑鱼, 液态氧




2      chump     n.大木片, 大肉片, 木人



                 n.胆汁, 恶毒, 怨恨, 五倍子,
1      gall      苦味, 磨伤(尤指马的), 肿痛,
                 恼怒vt.磨伤, 烦恼, 屈辱vi.被磨伤


                 n.希腊字母第13 字[域] Niue, 纽埃
3       nu       Nu [nu:] 怒族, 怒族人

7     effects    effectsn.动产, (家庭)财物




                 n.光, 日光, 发光体, 灯adj.轻的,
1     lighted    发光的, 明亮的, 浅的vt.点燃,
                 照亮adv.轻地vi.点着, 变亮




1      wench     vi.通奸


1    lucrative   adj.有利的



1   stockbrokers n.股票经纪人
                  n.树干, 库存, 股票, 股份, 托盘,
                  祖先, 血统, 原料adj.股票的,
2      stocks     普通的, 常备的, 存货的,
                  繁殖用的vt.装把手于, 进货, 备有,
                  放牧vi.出新芽, 采购

2       knack     n.诀窍


                  n.日圆(日本的币制单位),
1        yen      <美口> 瘾vi.渴望




1      rubles     n.(前苏联货币单位)卢布



                  PESOS=Photoelectron Spectroscopy
1       pesos     of Outer-Shell
                  外层电子光电光谱法

1     awestruck   adj.敬畏的, 肃然起敬的

1      undying    adj.不死的, 永恒的, 不朽的




15      vows      n.誓约v.宣誓, 立誓, 发誓




2     sanctity    n.圣洁


1       busty     adj.(妇女)大胸脯的, 乳房丰满的

                  n.欢乐, 喜悦, 快乐, 乐事,
2       joys      乐趣v.高兴     Joy [dVCi]        n.
                  乔伊(女子名)
     contemplatin
1                 v.凝视, 沉思, 预期, 企图
           g
1   restrictions n.限制, 约束


    interplaneta
1                adj.行星间的, 太阳系内的
         ry


1    courtship   n.求爱, 求爱时期


2   recognizing vt.认可, 承认, 公认, 赏识vi.具结




1     twosome    n.两人一起, 一队, 两人玩的游戏




                 vt.使忙碌, 雇佣, 预定, 使从事于,
1     engage     使参加vi.答应, 从事, 交战,
                 [机]接合, 啮合




                 n.释放, 让渡, 豁免, 发行的书,
1    releasing   释放证书vt.释放, 解放, 放弃,
                 让与, 免除, 发表n.版本, 发布




4    homework    n.家庭作业, 副业



1     spittle    n.唾沫, 吐出的泡沫
1    crouched   vi.蜷缩, 蹲伏



                n.福佑, 天赐的福         Bliss
1     bliss
                [blis] 布利斯(姓氏)



2   vertically verticallyadv.垂直地



1   reminiscing v.回忆
                [化]马谢(量镭的单位,
1     mached
                空气或液体所含氡的浓度单位)


1   complained v.抱怨, 悲叹, 控诉


                vi.(猪等)作呼噜声,
1     grunt     (表示烦恼、反对、疲劳、轻蔑等)发
                哼声vt.咕哝着说出n.呼噜声, 咕哝




1     widens    v.加宽, 放宽, 扩展




1   blackened   v.使变黑, 诽谤变黑




                n.学习, 研究, 学科, 试作, 论文,
4    studies    求学, 努力, 书房vt.学习, 攻读,
                研究, 考虑, 计划vi.学习, 试图
                n.矿泉, 温泉区, 游乐胜地,
                矿泉疗养地        SPA=sudden phase
1      spas
                anomalies 突现相位异常,
                (空间波)相位的突变
    receptionist
1                n.招待员, 传达员
          s


1      sown     vbl.sow的过去分词



2   freshwater n.淡水(不是海洋水的), 湖水,内河
                n.鳗鲡, 美洲鳗, 蛇形鱼类,
                油滑的人          EEL=Engineering
2       eel
                Electronics Laboratory
                工程电子实验室

1     bamboo    n.竹子


4    calendar   n.日历, 历法



2    predator   n.掠夺者, 食肉动物


                n.周期, 循环, 自行车, 一段时间,
1     cycles    整套, (电学)周波vi.循环, 轮转,
                骑自行车vt.使循环, 使轮转

1   importance n.重要(性), 重大, 价值, 傲慢



1     drastic   adj.激烈的, (药性等)猛烈的




                adj.少女的, 少女似的(男孩),
2     girlish   适于女子的

2      begun    vbl.begin的过去分词
1    befall     v.降临, 遭遇, 加于



2   awareness   n.知道, 晓得



1   achieving   vt.完成, 达到


1     greed     n.贪欲, 贪婪




                adj.上升的, 上涨的, 增加的,
1    rising     有前途的n.上升, 起立, 起义




                n.轨道, 势力范围, 生活常规,
2     orbit     眼眶vt.绕...轨道而行vi.进入轨道,
                沿轨道飞行, 盘旋




                n.轨道, 势力范围, 生活常规,
1    orbited    眼眶vt.绕...轨道而行vi.进入轨道,
                沿轨道飞行, 盘旋
                n.地出(从月球上看地球,地球从月球
1   earthrise   的地平线上升起)




1    replica    n.复制品




3    apollo     n.阿波罗, 美男子, 太阳神


1   attacker    n.攻击者
1   undamaged   undamagedadj.未损坏的,未毁坏的



1   repainted   v.重漆, 重画v.重新绘制




1   immaculate adj.完美的

                n.小孩弄的唾液湿纸团,
                <美>[棒]唾沫曲球(指投手将
1   spitballs
                球一端弄湿,使球在空中作弧线运动,
                为犯规球)
                n.等级, 级别vt.评分,
3    grades     评级v.分等级

2   handbook    n.手册, 便览


1    hotties    n.<口>=hot-water bottle

1     yarns     n.纱, 纱线, 故事, 奇谈
1     caplin     n.香鱼科的小海鱼
                 n.重点, 要旨, 基本原理n.[建]
                 拱心石, 楔石     Keystone
2    keystone    [5ki:stEun]
                 吉斯通式的(指类似吉斯通电影公司
                 拍的庸俗喜剧无声片)
                 n.被拒之人, 被弃之物, 不合格品,
4    rejecting   落选者, 不及格者vt.拒绝, 抵制,
                 否决, 呕出, 驳回, 丢弃



1     editing    adj.编辑的




                 vt.编辑, 校订, 剪辑n.编辑工作
                 EDIT=Engineering Design
1      edit      Intelligent Terminal
                 工程设计智能终端

2      howie     n.豪伊 (Howard 的异体)(m.)

6   straightener 校直装置, 矫直机, 调直器

1    appliance   n.用具, 器具

1      exams     n.考试, 测验

                 adj.径直的, 直接的, 直系的,
                 直率的, [天]由西向东运行的,
3    directing   顺行的adv.直接地vt.指引, 指示,
                 指挥, 命令, 导演vi.指导, 指挥


8   evaluation n.估价, 评价, 赋值

                 n.位置, 场所,
1    location    特定区域,<美>[电影]外景拍
                 摄场地

2    crumbies    柔软的, 低等的
               n.笑剧v.模仿abbr.Multipurpose
               Internet Mail Extension
1     mime     protocol,
               多用途的网际邮件扩充协议
               MIME多用途的网际邮件扩充协议
               n.过度的疲劳, 紧张, 张力,
3    strain    应变vt.扭伤, 损伤v.拉紧, 扯紧,
               (使)紧张, 尽力
1   gritting   n.粗砂v.研磨, 在...上铺砂砾




               v.再装满, 补充,
1   refilled   再充填n.新补充物, 替换物




               n.引火柴, 引火物, 点燃, 激发,
2   kindling   放光




               n.(宗教)禁忌、避讳, 禁止接近,
1    taboo     禁止使用adj.禁忌的,
               忌讳的vt.禁忌, 避讳, 禁制, 禁止


               n.演讲, 讲稿, 谴责, 教训vt.演讲,
1   lectures   训诫, 说教vi.讲演




3    hottie    n.<口>=hot-water bottle
2   evaluations n.估价, 评价, 赋值


                vi.皱眉, 蹙额, 不赞成,
3    frowned
                反对v.皱眉
1   anonymous   adj.匿名的
                n.驳船, 游艇vt.用船运输vi.蹒跚,
1     barges
                闯入


1     grate     n.壁炉, 炉




1    bingeing   n.狂闹, 狂欢


1   unlocking   接通, 开放, 解锁

2    massaged   n.按摩v.按摩

1   cooperative adj.合作的, 协力的

1   providing   providingconj.倘若



1     deemed    v.认为, 相信



2     barbie    barbien. (AuE) 户外烤肉


2    whooping   发嗬嗬声的 发咳声的


1     hotels    n.旅馆, 客栈, <俚>监狱
1     papaya    n.番木瓜树, 番木瓜果
                n.精, 汁, 榨出物, 摘录,
2    extract    选粹vt.拔出, 榨取, 开方, 求根,
                摘录, 析取, 吸取
                SPF=Storage Protect Feature
1      spf
                存储保护特征
1      mtv      MTVabbr.音乐电视

                n.冠壮物,王冠, 光环     Corona
1     corona    [5kCrEnE] 科罗娜(女子名)

                n.耳语, 私语, 密谈, 谣传,
3    whisper    飒飒的声音vi.耳语, 密谈,
                飒飒地响vt.低声说



1   compressor n.压缩物, 压缩机, [医]收缩肌




2    circuit    n.电路, 一圈, 周游, 巡回



                n.喃喃而语, 咕哝,
1     mumble
                闭嘴细嚼v.喃喃而语, 咕哝
                adj.长的, 长期的, 做多头的,
                高的vi.渴望, 热望adv.长期地,
1     longs     始终n.长时间,
                (市场上)做多头的人, [语音]长音节
                n.酒窝, 涟漪vt.使起涟漪
                DIMPLE=Deuterium Moderated Pile
2     dimple
                Low Energy 氘中级堆,
                小功率重水反应堆[英]

4     weirdo    weirdon. 古怪的人,奇怪的人

1      sly      adj.狡猾的


3   spectacular adj.引人入胜的, 壮观的

                vi.漫步, 拖曳vt.在...游荡,
1   traipsing   走过n.闲逛, 长途跋涉
1   conditioner n.调节者, 调节装置




                n.溪, 川, 流, 一股, 一串,
1     stream    河流v.流, 涌, 流注

2     sided     adj.有边的, 有面的


                n.钱(日本铜币, 等于1/100日圆)
1      sen      SENabbr. 政府录用的护士 (State
                Enrolled Nurse)


1     crafts    n.工艺, 手艺
2      egypt    n.埃及
                v.组成, 写作, 排字, (使)安定,
1    composes   调解

                v.把(计划,稿件等)最后定下来,
1   finalized   定案



                n.论争, 竞赛v.,争论, 争辩, 竞赛,
1    contests   争夺




1     skimpy    skimpyadj.不足的, 吝啬的
1    molecular   adj.[化]分子的, 由分子组成的

1   epidemiology n.流行病学

1    regarding   prep.关于




3     angers     n.怒, 愤怒v.恼火




                 n.面貌的一部分(眼,口,鼻等)特征,
2    features    容貌, 特色, 特写vt.是...的特色,
                 特写, 放映vi.起重要作用




                 n.面貌的一部分(眼,口,鼻等)特征,
1    featuring   容貌, 特色, 特写vt.是...的特色,
                 特写, 放映vi.起重要作用




7   overacting v.夸张表演



3   soundtrack soundtrackn. 声道;音带;声迹



1   retaliating v.报复
                n.大槌vt.打伤, 粗手粗脚地摆弄,
1    mauled     抨击




3   allergies   n.[医]敏感症, <口>反感




2    overdue    adj.迟到的


                n.奥地利人adj.奥地利的,
1   austrian    奥地利人的




3    allergy    n.[医]敏感症, <口>反感
1     routing    n.行程安排, 邮件路由


1       cpu      中央处理器




1     humanoid   adj.有人的特点的




1     enhanced   增强的, 提高的, 放大的




1     enforcer   者




    electronical
1                electronicallyadv.电子地
         ly




2   computerized vt.用计算机处理, 使计算机化



1      lucked    n.运气, 好运, 幸运


1     circuits   n.电路, 一圈, 周游, 巡回
1   tremendously tremendouslyadv.可怕地, 非常地




2     willis    n.威利斯(William 的昵称)(m.)




                n.夜间活动,夜袭,(尤指在夜间)从事
1   moonlighting 第二职业




                n.[圣经]哈米吉多顿(世界末日善恶
3   armageddon 决战的战场)




1   termination n.终止

1    shipment   n.装船, 出货
                (pl.Omaha,
1      omaha    Omahas)奥马哈人(内布拉斯加东北部
                的印第安人)

1     reddish   adj.微红的, 略带红色的

1    servants   n.仆人
                adj.守信的, 忠实的, 详确的,
1    faithful
                可靠的n.信徒
2   tugging    牵引感



1   lifelike   adj.逼真的




1    rumors    n.流言, 谣言, 传闻vt.谣传, 传闻




1    berate    vt.严厉指责, 申斥
1   terminator n.终结者, 终结器, [天]明暗界限


2   investigator n.调查人




1    horsehair   n.马毛, 马毛织品




1    advancing   进步 超前, 提前, 前进 推进




1   conferences n.会议, 讨论会, 协商会


2     anyhow     adv.无论如何, 总之


                adj.肯定的,
1   affirmative (对正式辩论中的问题)表示赞成的,
                (态度, 方法等)积极的, 乐观的,
                怀有希望的n.肯定语


1    restarts    v.重新开始, 重新启动




                 n.称赞, 恭维, 致意, 问候,
4   compliment 道贺vt.称赞, 褒扬, 恭维


                 [意大利][音]进行曲         Marcia
5     marcia     [`mB:sjE] n.玛西娅(f.)
1    pitfalls    n.缺陷


                 adj.高低不平的, 崎岖的, 粗糙的,
1     rugged     有皱纹的

                 adj.英俊的, 大方的, 慷慨的,
1   handsomeness 美观的, 堂皇的

1   nineteenth num.第十九, 十九分之一
1    announces   vt.宣布, 通告
                 n.[动] 蚝卵, 口角,
                 掌击vi.一巴掌打去, 争吵
2      spat
                 SPAT=silicon precision alloy
                 transistor 精密硅合金晶体管

1   selflessly selflesslyadv.无私地, 忘我地

1   backfiring n.逆火

6   incredulous adj.怀疑的, 不轻信的

1   acquainted acquaintedadj.有知识的, 知晓的
                 v.操作, 运转, 开动, 起作用,
1    operates
                 动手术, 开刀n.[军]作军事行动


6     wheels     n.轮, 车轮, 轮子




1     headset    n.戴在头上的耳机或听筒




2   controller n.管理员, 控制器
1    developing adj.发展中的

                 n.保证, 保证书, 担保,
3    guarantee   抵押品vt.保证, 担保




4     presence   n.出席, 到场, 存在




1     insulter   insultern.无礼的人




                 n.喜剧里的配角或丑角, 助手,
1     stooges    伙伴vi.充当配角




    scriptwriter
1                scriptwritern.编剧
          s



                 [域] Philippines ,
                 菲律宾abbr.[军] Probability of
5        ph      Hit, 命中率        PH=Patient
                 History 病历        pHn.
                 〈化〉(表示氢离子活度的)pH值




1    concluding adj.结束的
                vt.逃避, 逃跑, 逃走vi.消散, 逃,
1      flee     消失



1    slitters   开切口的人




1     coils     (=tinplate)镀锡卷板, 卷带马口铁




1   starlight   n.星星的闪光, 星光




1   cappuccinos n.热牛奶咖啡

3   knowingly   adv.有意地, 心照不宣地




1      smug     adj.自鸣得意的




                n.拱门, 弓形结构,
2      arch     拱形v.(使)弯成弓形adj.主要
               vt.弯曲(四肢), 伸缩, 折曲vi折曲,
1     flexes   弯曲n.电线, 松紧带




1       bab    n.巴巴拉的昵称




               劳厄(①姓氏 ②Max von, 1879-
1      lauer   1960, 德国物理学家,
               曾获1914年诺贝尔物理学奖)


2   photographs n.照片

1   interspersed vt.散布, 点缀
1       eek     int.[表示突然的惊恐]唷,呀



3   situations n.情形, 境遇, (建筑物等的)位置


                摩(基因交换单位)    Morgan
                [5mC:^En]
7     morgan    n.摩根马(美国佛蒙特州轻型马,与美
                国快马相似)
4    secluded   adj.隐退的, 隐蔽的
                n.<口>疲劳, 劳累, 轮胎,
1      tire     头饰vt.使疲倦, 使厌烦,
                梳理vi.疲劳, 厌倦
                vt.颠覆, 推翻, 扰乱, 使不适,
1     upsets    使心烦vi.翻倒, 倾覆n.翻倒, 混乱
                n.无, 不关紧要之事,
1    nothings   [数]零adv.毫不,
                决不int.什么也没有, 无
1    villains   n.坏人, 恶根

2   terrorists n.恐怖分子
                n.俄国人, 俄语adj.俄国的,
3    russians
                俄国人的, 俄语的




                n.容易, 简易, 灵巧, 熟练, 便利,
3    facility   敏捷, 设备, 工具




4   cancellation n.取消
2    brochure    n.小册子



2    necklaces   n.项链




3     fiancee    fianceen.<法>未婚妻




19    jeweler    n.宝石商, 宝石匠




1    jewelers    n.宝石商, 宝石匠




2    brochures   n.小册子



1    mooching    vi.流浪, 缓行vt.偷, 偷偷拿走


1    sapphires   n.兰宝石


2      carat     n.(=karat)克拉(宝石的重量单位)

                 adj.准不会有错的,
1    surefire    一定能达到目的的

2    glancing    adj.粗略的
2    surfer     n.冲浪运动员


                vt.淹没, 覆没, 受打击, 制服,
1   overwhelm   压倒




1     gates     n.大门



3   breakdown   n.崩溃, 衰弱, 细目分类


2    stifle     vt.使窒息, 抑制vi.窒息, 闷死



1   weaponry    weaponryn.武器, 军备




1    caging     锁定, 停止 笼框




3     tiara     n.罗马教皇的三重冠, 冠状头饰




4    musket     n.步枪




1    nether     adj.下面的, 下层社会的
1      unleash    v.释放




4    overwhelming adj.压倒性的, 无法抵抗的


1      sharon     Sharonn. 莎伦(女子名)




1      solving    solvingvbl.解决




                  vt.交出, 放弃, 使投降,
1     surrender   听任vi.投降, 自首n.交出, 放弃,
                  投降投降算了


1     opposing    反作用的, 反向的, 相反的, 对立的


                  n.调停者, 仲裁人,
1     mediator    [宗]中保(指耶稣,《圣经.新约》中
                  称他是上帝和人之间的中保)

                  n.露营地, 阵营vi.露营, 扎营
                  CAMP=Computer Aided Maintenance
1       camps     Project 计算机辅助维修计划[英]
                  Camp [kAmp] 坎普(姓氏)

1      examine    v.检查, 调查, 考试

                  n.树桩, 残余, 断株, 烟蒂,
                  用突了的笔,
3      stubing
                  存根adj.短而秃的vt.挖除断株,
                  连根拔除, 踩熄adj.短而秃的

2       mixes     v.使混和, 混淆, 混合n.混合

20    thompson    汤普森(姓氏)
1    wielding   v.挥




3   horrifying v.使恐怖, 使极度厌恶, 惊骇




5      dorm     n.<俗> 宿舍(=dormitory)



1   slipknots   n.活结



                n.链环, 连结物, 火把,
1      link     链接vt.连结, 联合, 挽vi.连接起来
                Link链接



1   dormitory   n.宿舍



1    african    n.非洲人adj.非洲的


1   extinction n.消失, 消灭, 废止, [物]消光

1    winners    n.胜利者, 优胜者, 获胜的事物


1   announcing announcingvbl.宣布


5    auction    n.拍卖vt.拍卖
1   discourage vt.使气馁, 阻碍




1     nation    n.国家, 民族




1   indivisible adj.不能分割的, 除不尽的




1   butchered   n.屠夫, 屠户vt.屠宰, 屠杀




1   allegiance n.忠贞, 效忠
1    websites   WebsiteWWW(环球网)的站点




1   unnecessary adj.不必要的, 多余的




1      tabs     跳格设定, 制表符




                n.事件, 问题, 物质, 内容, 实质,
                原因, (印刷或书写的)文件,
4    mattered   (文章或讲话等的)素材vi.有关系,
                要紧




2     averts    v.转移


1    strategy   n.策略, 军略


                n.
1    mantrap    (给入侵私人领地者设的)捕人陷阱
1      slink     v.潜逃



                 n.<日>
                 (第二次世界大战期间日本空军敢死
1    kamikazes
                 队)神风对队员,
                 此种战术之飞机或驾驶员
                 n.<日>
                 (第二次世界大战期间日本空军敢死
1    kamikaze
                 队)神风对队员,
                 此种战术之飞机或驾驶员
                 n.付款, 支付, 报酬, 偿还, 报应,
1    payments    惩罚

2   suspiciously suspiciouslyadv.猜疑着, 怀疑着
1     edward     n.爱德华


    consideratio n.体谅, 考虑, 需要考虑的事项,
1                报酬
          n


1   commitments n.委托事项, 许诺, 承担义务

                 vt.展出, 陈列n.展览品, 陈列品,
1    exhibits    展品v.展示



1    branching   n.分歧adj.分歧的, 发枝的




1    weighing    称(量重), 权衡, 权重 悬浮




2      weigh     vt.称...重量, 称vi.重(若干)
1   solidify   v.(使)凝固, (使)团结, 巩固


               Amplitude Modulation 脉幅调制
3      pam     Pam     n.帕姆(Pamela的昵称)(f.)



2    sailer    n.(尤指表示航行性能特点等的)船




1   sailboat   n.帆船


               adj.经估价的, 贵重的, 尊贵的,
1    valued
               尊重的, 宝贵的
1   narrator   narratorn. 讲述者,叙述者
               n.嫌疑犯adj.令人怀疑的,
2   suspects   不可信的, 可疑的v.怀疑, 猜想,
               对...有所觉察
               v.咕噜咕噜叫,
1     purrs    发出喉音n.咕噜咕噜声

1   manicurist n.指甲修饰师

               n.懦弱的人, 胆小的人         Coward
1    coward    [5kauEd] 考沃德(姓氏)


3     shook    vbl.shake的过去式




2    bidder    n.出价人, 投标人
1    hudson     n.美国 New York 州东部的河流




1     cappy     adj.如帽般的, 好像帽子的




                n.后援, 支持,
1    backups    阻塞vt.做备份adj.候补的,
                支持性的[计] 文件备份


                n.惊奇, 诧异, 惊人之事,
2   surprises   奇袭vt.使惊奇,
                奇袭adj.令人惊讶的


                vt.出价, 投标, 祝愿, 命令,
                吩咐n.出价, 投标v.支付
7      bid
                BID=British Intelligence
                Department 英国情报部
2    billion    n.adj.十亿(的)




                n.愉快, 快乐, 乐事, 乐趣, 意志,
1   pleasures   愿望
1      cease    v.停止, 终了



2     reviews   vt.回顾, 复习n.回顾, 复习, 评论




    chronologica
1                adj.按年代顺序排列的
          l



                Oxide Eau 重水氧化铀   Zoe
1       zoe
                佐伊(女子名)




1    suburban   adj.郊外的, 偏远的




1     skyway    n.航线
               vi.竞赛, 赛马, 赛车,
3    racing    赛艇n.竞赛adj.比赛的




1    adopted   adj.被收养的, 被采用的




1   distressed adj.哀伤的




3    biology   n.生物学, 生物(总称)




1    moonlit   adj.月光照耀的

               adj.哑的, 无说话能力的,
1    dumbest   不说话的, 无声音的

1     psss     Switching Service   分组交换服务
1   caricaturist caricaturistn.讽刺画家, 漫画家

1    monsieur    n.先生, 绅士




3    comforter   n.慰问者, 安慰者, 羊毛围巾




1     lustily    adv.精力充沛地, 强壮地




1    resentful   adj.愤慨的, 怨恨的




2    announce    vt.宣布, 通告



                 n.一套发谐音的钟(尤指教堂内的),
1     chiming    和谐vi.鸣, 打,
                 和谐vt.敲出和谐的声音, 打钟报时

                 n.重量的单位, 液量的单位
2       ser      SER=Soft Error Rate 软件错误率

2    loosening   v.解开, 放松, 松开
1   tightening 上紧 固定 紧密
2     surely     adv.的确地, 安全地

                 n.守卫, 警戒, 护卫队,
2     guards     防护装置vt.保卫, 看守,
                 当心vi.防止, 警惕, 警卫

                 n.(牲畜耳朵上打着的)耳号v.打上耳
1    earmarked   号, 加上记号, 指定(款项等的)用途
2    bikes    n.脚踏车, 自行车




1     ian     n. 伊恩(男子名)




1   derrick   n.起重机, (钻井)井口上的铁架塔




              n.塞尔达(Griselda&{1}的昵称)
3    zelda    (f.)
4     vicar   n.教区牧师




1   pillowcases n.枕头套
1   paperback   n.平装本, 纸面本




3     loins     n.腰
1    properly    adv.适当地, 完全地



1     rollers    n.滚筒, 辊子

1   procession n.行列, 队伍


                 n.收回, 撤退, 退回, 取消, 退隐,
1   withdrawal 停止服药, 退股



                 n.资金, 基金v.支助, 投资
                 FUND [fQnd] =International
3      fund      Monetary Fund 国际货币基金组织
                 [联合国]


4   centerpieces n.中心装饰品, (餐桌中央的摆饰)


                 n.位置, 场所,
3    locations   特定区域,<美>[电影]外景拍
                 摄场地




2     footage    n.以尺计算长度电影胶片




    alphabetical
2                alphabeticallyadv.按字母顺序地
         ly


                 n.百合, 百合花, 洁白的东西,
8     lilies     纯洁的人adj.洁白的, 纯洁的
                 Lily [5lili] n. 莉莉(女子名)
2     redid     vbl.再做, 重做(redo的过去式)

                n.[解] 横隔膜, 控光装置,
1   diaphragm   照相机镜头上的光圈,
                (电话等)振动膜
                adj.闷热的, 粗暴的, 激烈的,
1    sultry     放荡的
                n.刺, 戳, 懒汉, 袋子vt.戳, 捅,
1     poked     拨开, 刺vi.戳, 刺, 捅, 伸出,
                刺探, 闲荡
                n.卡车, 敞棚货车,
                (车站)搬行李用的手推车, 交易,
                交换, 废话, 废物,
3    trucks     实物工资vt.交易, 交往,
                以卡车运输vi.驾驶卡车,
                以物易物adj.<主美>运货汽车
                的


2    sleazy     adj.质地薄的, 质量差的, 廉价的



               n.暗讽(的话),
1   innuendoes 影射(的话)vi.影射vt.旁敲侧击地表
               达, 暗示




1    waisted    n.腰部, 腰, 衣服的上身部分, 背心




1    rustic     adj.乡村的
                 n.习惯, 风俗,
                 <动词单用>海关,
                 (封建制度下)定期服劳役,
2      custom    缴纳租税, 自定义,
                 <偶用作>关税v.定制,
                 承接定做活的


1       rec      RECn.录制



1   conclusively conclusivelyadv.最后地




1     hometown   n.故乡




1    hometowns   n.故乡




                 adv.小心翼翼地, 谨慎的,
1     gingerly   极为小心地, 慎重地adj.慎重的,
                 谨慎的


                vi.[植]片状剥落, [动]鳞片样脱落,
1    exfoliated [地]页状剥落vt.使片状脱落,
                使鳞片脱落



1       acu      ACU=Add Control Unit 加法控制器



1     masseur    n.男按摩师
1    lacking    adj.缺乏的, 不足的




                n.男女合校大学中的女生adj.男女同
1     coed      学的,男女兼收的,对男女都开放的




                n.一阵(风), 一股(气流), 爆炸,
3    blasts     冲击波vt.爆炸, ,毁灭, 使枯萎,
                损害

1   reflecting adj.反射的反映的


3   whirlpool   n.漩涡, 涡流, 混乱, 纷乱




1   waterways   n.水路, 排水沟




                告戒者 报警器         Warner
1    warner     华纳兄弟娱乐公司




1   alongside   adv.在旁prep.横靠

1     ahoy      int.喂(招呼远处人的声音)
1   boatload    n.船的载货量, 一条船的货物



1    pinhead    n.针头, 小东西, 无足轻重的东西

7    sailing    v.航行adj.航行的

1     shore     n.岸, 海滨, 支撑柱vt.支撑, 支持

1    deprive    vt.剥夺, 使丧失

2    nutmeg     n.肉豆蔻, 肉豆蔻种子中的核仁
2   tollhouse   tollhousen.通行税征收处
2    nestle     vi.舒适地坐定, 偎依vt.抱, 安置


2     yards     n.院子, 码


                adj.耐火的, 防火的vt.使防水,
1   fireproof   使耐火

1    marina     n.散步道, 码头



1   broccoli    n.椰菜




1    layman     n.外行

                n.法律, 诉讼, 法学, 法治,
                司法界, 规律v.对...起诉,
                控告abbr.[军] Light Anti-Tank
1     laws      Weapon, 轻型反坦克武器
                LAW=Light Antitank Weapon
                轻型反坦克武器
2     legacy     n.遗赠(物), 遗产(祖先传下来)


1    toulouse    图卢兹[法国南部城市]

2   gynecologist n.妇科医生
                 n.美国人, 美洲人adj.美国的,
1    americans
                 美洲的
1    arrogance   n.傲慢态度, 自大


1    deathbed    n.临死所卧之床, 临终之时

                 n.绿色, 绿色颜料,
                 绿色物品adj.绿色的, 未成熟的,
4     greens
                 新鲜的, 精力旺盛的, 无经验的,
                 青春的


1     rigging    n.索具, 绳索, 传动装置, 装备




1    portable    adj.轻便的, 手提(式)的, 便携式的




2     tighten    v.变紧, 绷紧, 拉紧




1     luffing    俯仰运动 上下摆动 起重机臂的转动




1    starboard   n.右舷
                 v.加标点于,不时打断vi.使用标点,
1    punctuates 加标点




1       jokey    adj.好开玩笑的, 滑稽的




3     mainsail   n.主桅的帆, 主帆, 主桅帆

1       burps    n.饱嗝儿, 打嗝v.打饱嗝


1    shuffleboard n.推圆盘游戏
                 adj.有刺的, 具侧刺毛的,
1      barbed
                 (话语)尖刻的, 尖锐的, 讽刺的

2      chancy    adj.不确实的, 不安的

1       lefty    n.左撇子, 左翼分子


2     verbally   adv.用言辞地, 口头地



12      hilda    n. 希尔达(女子名)




                 n.干线, 树干, 躯干, 箱子, 主干,
1       trunk    象鼻vt.把...放入旅行箱内adj.树干
                 的, 躯干的, 干线的, 箱形的
5     tacos     n. (墨西哥)玉米面豆卷




1    warmers    n.使热的人, 温热装置




                n.生产者, 制作者, 演出人,
2   producers   (电影)制片人




2   allowing    vt.允许, 承认

                n.会堂, 礼堂, 大厅, 走廊, 门厅
                Hall [hC:l] 霍尔(①姓氏
2     halls
                ②Edwin H., 1855-1938,
                美国物理学家)



                n.箍, 铁环, 戒指, 篮v.加箍于,
2     hoops     环绕




                adj.爆炸(性)的, 爆发(性)的,
1   explosives 暴露n.爆炸物, 炸药
2    cheerleaders cheerleadern.啦啦队队长



1      pampers   v.纵容


     threateningl
1                 threateninglyadv.胁迫地, 险恶地
           y

                 n.零售adj.零售的vt.零售,
2      retail    转述vi.零售adv.以零售方式



     merchandisin
1                 n.商品之广告推销,销售规划
           g


                 n.夏季vi.避暑, 过夏天adj.夏季的,
2      summers   在夏季的

1     oriented   adj.导向的

                 [植]蜜蜂花(薄荷属)         Melissa
49     melissa   [mE`lIsE] n.梅利莎(f.)
                 n.[植]蜜蜂花



3     portrait   n.肖像, 人像


                 n.指示器   Pointer     [5pCintE]
2     pointers
                 [美]西点军校学生

1    beautifully beautifullyadv.美好地, 漂亮地



1      toothy    adj.露出牙齿的, 多齿的
1    henceforth adv.自此以后, 今后


                  n.餐巾, 餐巾纸, <英>尿布,
3      napkins    <美>月经带

     antihistamin
1                 n.[药]抗组胺剂
           e
1      lingers    v.逗留, 闲荡, 拖延, 游移

                  v.涂上, 抹掉, 涂污, 诽谤,
1      smears     抹去n.油迹, 污点, 涂片, 釉, 中伤



4       jelly     n.果子冻, 一种果冻甜品



1    presumptuous adj.专横的

                  n.结局, 决赛, 期末考试,
3      finals     <口>报纸(在一天中)最晚版ad
                  j.最后的, 最终的, 决定性的

                  n.惠特尼(m.) ,Mount
17     whitney    惠特尼山[美国加利福尼亚州东部]
                  n.日晒后的颜色, 棕褐色,
                  茶色adj.棕褐色的, 茶色v.晒黑,
4        tan
                  晒成褐色        TAN=total ammonia
                  nitrogen 总氨氮

1     diverting   adj.有趣的, 令人快乐的


1     portraits   n.肖像, 人像

1     sherlock    n.<口>私家侦探
1    granola    n.格兰诺拉麦片(源出商标名)



                n.狗, 犬, 类似犬的动物,
                卑鄙的人, 小人, 坏蛋vt.跟踪,
1    dogging
                尾随      DOG=Data Output Gate
                数据输出门

3   unavailable adj.难以获得的

2     patty     n.小馅饼, <美>肉饼

                n.选举, 当选, 选择权,
1    election   [宗]上帝的选拔




                n.总数, 和, 金额, 算术题
4      sum      SUM=Surface-to-Underwater
                Missile 舰[地面]对水下导弹
             adj.共和国的, 共和政体的,
1   republican 共和主义的, 有关共和的n.共和党人




1    recap   vt.翻新胎面n.翻新的轮胎
1    downfall    n.衰败, 垮台, 大雨, 落下




1    elephants   n.象, 一种纸张的尺寸




                 vt.履行, 执行, 表演,
2    performed   演出v.完成任务



                 n.士师记(又译《民长记》,旧约全书
3     judges
                 之一卷)


1   hypothetical adj.假设的, 假定的,爱猜想的


                 gainedv.得到,增进,获得vbl.得到,
1     gained     增进,获利

                 n.愿望, 心愿, 请求,
2     wished     所愿望的事物, 祝愿v.希望, 想要,
                 但愿, 祝贺
    handkerchief
2                n.手帕
          s

5    developed   developev.(=develop)发展, 揭露




1     defines    vt.定义, 详细说明




                 BLAabbr.Bachelor of Liberal Arts
4       bla
                 文(科)学士




1     journey    n.旅行, 旅程v.旅行




1     recount    v.叙述

                 n.伏都教(一种西非原始宗教),伏都
1     voodoo     教徒adj.伏都教的vt.施伏都巫术迷
                 惑


1    forgives    vt.原谅, 饶恕, 宽免(某人)之债务




1     boiling    adj.沸腾的, 激昂的adv.沸腾
2      bands     n.法官,牧师或博士服之领饰




                 n.男女合校大学中的女生adj.男女同
1      coeds     学的,男女兼收的,对男女都开放的




1   bookshelves bookshelvesn.书架




9    librarian   n.图书馆员, 图书管理员



2     patrol     v.出巡, 巡逻n.巡逻



1   patrolling v.出巡, 巡逻n.巡逻


                 adj.部分的, 局部的, 偏袒的,
3     partial    偏爱的n.泛音


                 vt.使免疫, 赋予免疫性,
1    immunized   使成为无害



1     hotbed     n.温床


                 adj.十进的, 小数的,
1     decimal    以十为基础的, 十进制n.小数
1     pooper     翻过船尾的大浪




2    careless    adj.粗心的, 疏忽的




    hypoallergen
1                adj.[医]低变应原的
         ic




                 vt.逃避, 逃跑, 逃走vi.消散, 逃,
1      flees     消失




                 adj.怀疑性的,好怀疑的,<口>
3    skeptical
                 无神论的
                 adj.额外的, 不包括在价目内的,
                 特大的, 特佳的adv.特别地, 非常,
5     extras     另外n.额外的人(或物),
                 (报纸)号外, 上等产品,
                 (电影)临时演员
                 n.事先查看, [计]预览vt.事先查看,
1    previews    预展, 预演

                 n.歹徒, 逃犯,
1     outlaw     丧失公权者v.将...放逐,
                 宣布...为不合法
1    breakfasts n.早餐vi.进早餐



38     erin     n.Ireland的诗名




1      laura    n.劳拉(女人名)




1     gifford   n.吉福德(m.)




4      loner    n.孤独的人, 不合群的动物
3      tramp    v.重步行走, 踏, 践, 践踏
1    disabled   adj.伤残的v.丧失能力

                adj.满是灰尘的, 积满灰尘的,
1      dusty    粉末状的, 含糊的




1    flashlight n.手电筒, 闪光灯




                n.增加, 增大, 增长vt.增加,
1    increase   加大vi.增加, 繁殖




1     campus    n.<美>校园, 大学教育
1    scholars   n.学者




1     musings   adj.沉思的, 冥想的




2      typed    typedv.打字vbl.打字




                n.架, 行李架, 拷问台, 小步跑,
                烧酒, 破坏vt.放在架上,
1      racks    在架上制作, 折磨, 加以拷问,
                使痛苦, 榨取vi.在饲草架装满干草,
                变形, (云)随风飘, (马)小步跑




                n.(学位)论文, 专题, 论述,
2   dissertation 学术演讲




                n.感谢, 感激, 正确评价, 欣赏,
1   appreciation 增值
1   understaffed adj.人员不足的, 人手不足的




1   increasing vbl.渐增的,越来越多的


    progressioni
2                n.进步论者, 社会进步论者
         st
                n.罢工, 打击, 殴打vt.打, 撞击,
                冲击, 罢工, 打动, 划燃, 到达,
2     strikes
                侵袭vi.打, 打击, 罢工, 抓, 敲,
                搏动, 打动, 穿透

1     oregon    n.俄勒冈州(美国州名)


1    pumpkins   n.南瓜




                FYIabbr.For Your Information
1       fyi     供参考




                MAPS=Management Analysis and
1      maps     Planning System
                管理分析与规划系统

1      jumpy    adj.跳跃的, 神经质的

                ,Strait of
                麦哲伦海峡(在南美洲大陆南端和火
1    magellan
                地岛等岛屿之间,沟通太平洋和大西
                洋)
1     unwrap    vt.打开, 解开, 展开



1     nevada    n.内华达州(美国西部内陆州)




2     drowned   v.溺死, 淹死vt.淹没


1     gerbil    n.[动]沙鼠

                达科他(美国过去一地区名,
1     dakotas   现分为南、北达科他州) 达科他人的

                n.个人, 个体adj.个别的, 单独的,
3    individual 个人的

                adj.毛发粗浓杂乱的, 蓬松的,
1     shaggy    表面粗糙的



                PAWS=Polar Automatic Weather
1      paws     Station 极地自动天气站




12   clunkers   n.年久失修的旧机器




1     tapped    adj.[语]发接触音的
                n.手掌, 手爪v.以蹄扒地, 抓,
                笨拙地使用, 费力地前进,
                (人)用手笨拙地摸abbr.[军] Plasma-
1      paw      Arc Welding, 等离子弧焊
                PAW=Plasma-Arc Welding
                等离子体弧焊



1   terrifying terrifying极大的, 可怕的


                v.拒绝, 排斥, 反驳, 击退,
1    repulsed   憎恶n.拒斥, 击退, 严拒




1     rover     n.流浪者, 漫游者




2    educated   adj.受过教育的, 有教养的




1   disgraceful adj.可耻的, 不名誉的


1    colorado   美国科罗拉多州(位于美国西部)


1    doodling   doodlingn.乱写之物, 乱画之物



1    slinking   v.潜逃

1   commotion   n.骚动, 暴乱
                n.(集合词)暴徒, 乌合之众,
1      mob      (盗贼等的)一群v.成群暴动,
                聚众滋扰


1   mentality   n.智力, 精神, 心理, 思想情况




1    haired     长着...头发的



8     lynn      林恩(姓氏, 男子名, 女子名)

1    towners    towner城镇居民


                n.事务, 事件, 私事, 恋爱事件,
1    affairs    (尤指关系不长久的)风流韵事



3     risky     adj.危险的



1    consult    v.商量, 商议, 请教, 参考, 考虑



                beanbagn.内装豆子的小布袋(小孩用
1    beanbag    作玩具)




1    firmly     adv.坚定地, 稳固地




1   onlookers   n.旁观者
1     tassels   n.穗, 缨vt.用缨装饰vi.抽穗




                n.雏菊, 第一流的, 一流的人物
                DAISY=Data Acquisition and
2     daisies   Interpretation System
                数据收集和整理系统               Daisy
                [5deizi] n. 戴西(女子名)


                vi.异常中断, 中途失败, 夭折,
2      abort    流产, 发育不全n.中止计划[任务]




1   pornographic adj.色情的, 色情作品的




1   initiative n.主动




1    evaluate   vt.评价, 估计, 求...的值v.评价



1    pedaling   n.踏板v.踩...的踏板
                  adj.受折磨的, 受虐待的,
1      ridden     充斥...的,全是...的vbl.rid的过去
                  分词




4    legitimate adj.合法的, 合理的, 正统的v.合法


1     overcame    vbl.overcome的过去式


1    confidential adj.秘密的, 机密的

1      knocker    n.门环

     indescribabl
1                 adj.难以形容的
           e
                  adj.空的, 空洞的,
                  空虚的vt.使成为空的,
1      empties
                  倒空v.倒空adj.空的,空闲的v.腾空,
                  腾出来
                  n.雄动物, 雄猫     Tomn.
1       toms      汤姆(男子名)

2      cymbal     n.铙钹, 高音音栓之一



2     costumed    n.装束, 服装



16    armadillo   n.犰狳



1    refurbished vt.再磨光, 刷新
                  v.(使)旋转, 急动, 急走n.旋转,
1     whirling
                  —连串快速的活动
                  VOICES=Voice Operated
3      voices     Identification Computer Entry
                  System 音控识别计算机输入系统
1   reindeer    n.驯鹿
1   reindeers   n.驯鹿

1   burritos    n.墨西哥玉米煎饼



1    implode    vi.向内破裂, 爆炸




1   smoothly    adv.平稳地




                n.释放, 让渡, 豁免, 发行的书,
2    release    释放证书vt.释放, 解放, 放弃,
                让与, 免除, 发表n.版本, 发布




1     phial     n.小玻璃瓶, 药瓶




                v.使中断, 使分裂, 使瓦解,
1   disrupts    使陷于混乱, 破坏



1    burrito    n.墨西哥玉米煎饼
1   mustached   n.髭, 胡子

1     jews      n.犹太人, 犹太教徒


3   drumming    发嗡声



2   twirling    转动, 旋转 转动物
1    armadillos n.犰狳
                 adj.正确的, 恰当的,
1     corrects   端正的vt.改正, 纠正, 告诫, 惩戒

1     sensing    感觉


                 adv.贫穷地,
2      poorly    贫乏地adj.身体不舒服的,
                 心情恶劣的




1   constructed vt.建造, 构造, 创立



1    tarantulas n.[动]鸟蛛, 狼蛛


                 n.壁突式烛台, <古>头,
1     sconces    头盖vt.筑保垒防卫


1    porcupine   n.[动]豪猪, 箭猪

    disappointed
1                disappointedlyadv.失望地
         ly
                 n.鼓, 鼓声, 鼓形圆桶, [解]鼓膜,
8      drums     鼓室vi.击鼓, 作鼓声vt.打鼓奏



4    tarantula   n.[动]鸟蛛, 狼蛛



2     skylight   n.天窗

                 n.节日, 喜庆日, 音乐节, 戏剧节,
2     festival   喜庆, 欢宴, 欢乐adj.节日的,
                 快乐的
1   christmassy adj.有圣诞气氛的


                 n.马加比家族(公元前一世纪统治巴
4    maccabees   勒斯坦的犹太祭司家族)




    representati
1                n.代表adj.典型的, 有代表性的
         ve




4   recognizes vt.认可, 承认, 公认, 赏识vi.具结

                 n.抢救财货, 获救的财货,
                 救难的奖金, 海上救助, 抢救,
1     salvage
                 打捞vt.海上救助, 抢救, 打捞,
                 营救

1      forks     n.叉, 耙, 叉形物, 餐叉


1   gloatingly gloatinglyadv.沾沾自喜地


2     chunks     n.大块, 矮胖的人或物




1   conglomerate v.聚结



1     beakers    n.大口杯, 有倾口的烧杯
                n.列宁(俄国无产阶级革命领袖,1870-
1      lenin    1924)




                vi.闯入, 侵入vt.强挤入,
1     intrude   把(自己的思想)强加于人



                v.烤, 烘, 烘烤,
3     roasted
                暴露于某种热力下以得温暖


2   inseparable adj.不能分的


                n.年龄, 成年, 使用年限,
                同时期的人, 时代v.变老, 上年纪,
2      ages     成熟        AGE=Aerospace Ground
                Equipment 航天地面设备
2      noted    adj.著名的
1      duly     adv.适时地




1   potentially potentiallyadv.潜在地




2     beliefs   n.信任, 信心, 信仰
                 n.粒子, 点, 极小量, 微粒, 质点,
1    particles   小品词, 语气



                 n.蒸馏, 蒸馏法, 蒸馏物, 精华,
1   distillation 精髓




2     saliva     n.口水, 唾液




1     crumbly    adj.易碎的, 脆的




                 n.食品室,
1     buttery    酒贮藏室adj.像黄油样的, 奉承的




1      tofu      tofun. (Jap.) 豆腐




1    stealers    stealer偷窃者 偷干者




1     creamy     adj.含乳脂的, 奶油色的, 乳脂状的
1     mealy    adj.粉状的

               vt.诱惑, 引诱, 吸引, 使感兴趣,
2    tempted
               考验, 试探



1   appearance n.出现, 露面, 外貌, 外观


               n.米莉(Mildred的昵称,亦作Milly)
7     millie
               (f.)

               adj.有限的, 狭窄的,
4    limited   缺乏创见的n.高级快车



2     sheryl   n.谢乐尔(Shirley 的异体)(f.)




2   linguistics n.语言学


               adj.宽的, 阔的, 广泛的, 明朗的,
3     broad    露骨的, 显著的,
               主要的adv.宽阔地n.宽阔部分


               n.水壶, 监牢,
               [象声]模仿夜莺的叫声vt.放入壶中,
3      jug     炖, 关押vi.模仿夜莺叫
               JUG=Joint Users Group 联合用户组



               n.悲叹, 哀号, 痛快vi.悲叹, 哀号,
1      wail    嚎啕vt.悲痛(某人的悲惨遭遇)
                adj.亲近的, 亲密的, 近, (车,
                马等)左侧的, 吝啬的adv.(时间,
1     nears     空间方面)近, 不远prep.在...近旁,
                近...v.接近, 走近




3     sunny     adj.阳光充足的, 照耀的, 快乐的




8     comet     n.彗星




                n.地位,
2      rung     横档vbl.ring的过去式和过去分词


1   disembodied adj.无实质的, 无实体的

1   quivering   颤抖的

                v.颤抖, 打碎,
1    shivers    碎裂n.(无法控制的)颤抖, 碎片

                n.碰撞, 冲击, 冲突, 影响,
                效果vt.挤入, 撞击, 压紧,
                对...发生影响
2     impact    IMPACT=Implementation Planning
                and Control Technique
                (电子计算机)程序设计及操作控制技
                术



                v.打鼾, 打着鼾渡过(时间)n.打鼾,
2     snores    鼾声
               [计]一种压缩文件的扩展名n.焦油,
2     tar      柏油        TAR=Tactical Air
               Request (Net)战术空军调动无线网

1    shimmy    n.西迷舞, 摇动v.摇动,震颤,晃动
               adj.具体的,
2   concrete   有形的n.混凝土v.用混凝土修筑,
               浇混凝土, 凝结

               n.岩石, 暗礁, 石头, 摇动vt.摇摆,
1    rocked    使动摇vi.摇, 摇动




1    chilly    adj.寒冷的




1   bundled    n.捆, 束, 包v.捆扎



1   jughead    n.<俚> 笨蛋, 傻瓜

2     wok      n. (Chi) 锅,炒菜锅




               n.发现者, 侦察器, 探测器,
8   detector   检波器, 检电器
                 n.授权, 正当理由, 根据, 证明,
                 凭证, 委任状, 批准,
1     warrant
                 许可证vt.保证, 辩解, 担保, 批准,
                 使有正当理由




                 vt.击, 打,
                 用拳头连续揍n.(=pommel)(刀把或剑
1     pummel     柄的)圆头, 球壮末端,
                 (马鞍的)前鞍桥




1    genitals    n.生殖器(尤指男性外生殖器)




                 n.文件夹, 折叠器, 折叠机,
7     folder     折叠式印刷品




                 n.合同, 契约, 婚约v.使缩短,
10   contracts   感染, 订约

1     puzzler    n.使困惑的人, 难题



                 n.植物, 庄稼, 工厂, 车间,
1     planted    设备vt.种植, 栽培, 培养,
                 安置vi.种植
                vt.在...下面划线, 作...的衬里,
1   underlined 加下划线, 强调n.下划线




1   disapproval n.不赞成



1   astronomer n.天文学家


                n.无限的东西(如空间、时间),
1    infinite   [数]无穷大adj.无穷的, 无限的,
                无数的, 极大的




1   streaking   n.裸奔(指在公共场所裸体飞跑)




1     streak    v.飞跑, 加上条纹




1    meteors    n.流星, 大气现象




2     comets    n.彗星
1    brownish   adj.呈褐色的




1      gloat    v.心满意足



1    smirking   v.傻笑n.假笑
1    disconnect v.拆开, 分离, 断开
18     reset    v.重新安排
1      zack     n.六便士之硬币
                vt.确定, 批准, 使巩固,
1     confirm   使有效v.确认,
                (基督教中)给...行按手礼
1    scripted   scripted照原稿宣读(或广播)的




2     armrest   n.扶手, 靠手




1    recreating v.(使)得到休养, (使)得到娱乐


                adj.荒废的, 陈旧的n.废词,
2    obsolete   陈腐的人


2      logic    n.逻辑, 逻辑学, 逻辑性
                vt.结结巴巴地讲vi.连续发溅泼声,
1   splattering 说话结巴n.泼溅




                n.费城(美国宾西法尼亚州东南部港
1   philadelphia 市)


1      tasks    n.任务, 作业v.分派任务



1    believer   n.信徒

                Error Analysis and Logging
                System
1      heals
                霍尼韦尔错误分析与记录系统(
                Honeywell公司)

1   devastating adj.破坏性的, 全然的

                adj.相等的, 均等的, 胜任的,
                平静的, 合适的,
1      equal    不相上下的n.相等的事物(或数量),
                对手, 匹敌, 同辈vt.等于, 比得上




1   incinerator n.焚化装置, 焚化炉, 焚尸炉
4    healed    v.治愈, 医治, 结束




1     wary     adj.机警的


1     bulb     n.鳞茎, 球形物



2    rubbed    rubbedv.擦,搓,摩擦vbl.擦,搓,摩擦




1    tanning   n.制革法, 皮肤晒成褐色




1   catalogues n.目录


1    shrine    n.神龟, 神殿, 神祠, 圣地


1     ropes    n.绳, 索, 绳索v.围起



3    marvel    n.奇迹v.大为惊异, 觉得惊奇




               favoredadj.受到优待的, 有天赋的,
1    favored   受优惠的, 有利的, 受惠的, 幸运的




1   asbestos   n.[矿]石棉
                n.洪水, 水灾, (因雨)涨潮,
                [诗]水vt.淹没, 使泛滥, 注满,
1    flooded
                充满vi.被水淹, 溢出, 涌进, 喷出,
                涌出

                adj.未触及的, 未改变的,
1   untouched   不受感动的, 无与伦比的

                n.洪水, 水灾, (因雨)涨潮,
                [诗]水vt.淹没, 使泛滥, 注满,
1    floods
                充满vi.被水淹, 溢出, 涌进, 喷出,
                涌出
                n.珍珠     Pearl [pE:l] n.
3     pearl     珀尔(女子名)

                n.(=tipper truck,=tipper
1    tippers    lorry)给小费的人,翻斗卡车,自动下
                货车

                vt.打...的屁股, 拍击,
                鞭策...前进,
1     spank     飞跑vi.飞跑n.一巴掌,
                出色的人(或东西)


3   purchased   vt.买, 购买n.买, 购买



2    cliner     n.[生]渐变群(一种生态特征)




                n.(门、盖等的)铰链, 枢纽,
1     hinge     关键vt.装铰链v.装以绞链,
                依...而转移




1    chichas    吉开酒



1    angels     n.天使, 完善可爱的人
                 n.眼镜蛇(亚洲南部及非洲所产的一
1      cobras    种毒蛇,长约四英尺,怒时头颈能胀大
                 如帽状)
                 n.说话者, 演讲人, 演说者,
2     speakers
                 扬声器, 喇叭
1     headrest   n.靠头之物

     telemarketin
5                 电话销售,电话推销
           g
                 adj.不生育的, 不孕的, 贫瘠的,
1      barren    没有结果的, 无益的, 单调的,
                 无聊的, 空洞的n.荒地

                 n.计划, 方案, 事业, 企业,
1     projects   工程v.设计, 计划, 投射, 放映,
                 射出, 发射(导弹等), 凸出

1     uncooked   adj.未煮过的

1      batter    n.击球手v.打坏, 猛击

1      trial     n.试验, 考验, 审讯, 审判


14     toner     n.调色剂, 调色者


14     rosita    n.罗西塔(Rose的异体)(f.)




1     rarities   n.稀有
1    lucas     n.卢卡斯(Luke的异体)(m.)




5   ignition   n.点火, 点燃




               adj.空闲的, 懒惰的, 停顿的,
               无用的, 无价值的vi.不做事,
1     idle     游手好闲, (机器)空转, 虚度,
               闲散, 不作事, 游手好闲,
               浪费vt.虚度, 使空闲, 使空转
1   bumpers    n.缓冲器




               n.盒子, 箱, 包厢, 岗亭,
1    boxed     一拳v.装...入盒中, 打耳光, 拳击




6    tuxedo    n.男士无尾半正式晚礼服

               n.摇晃, [生化]摆动, 动摇,
1   wobbles    不稳定, 变度vi.摇晃, 摇摆,
               游移不定, 抖动vt.使摇摆, 使颤动


1   tramped    v.重步行走, 踏, 践, 践踏


2   fumbling   v.摸索


               adj.衷心的, 亲切的, 精神饱满的,
1    hearty    丰盛的, 强烈的
                 breathlesslyadv.气喘地,
1   breathlessly 屏息地,闷热的


7    thirtieth   num.第三十, 三十分之一




1       mgb      Medium Girder Bridge, 中型梁桥




9    cheering    n.喝彩, 欢呼adj.令人高兴的




1   noisemakers n.发出大声音的人, 会高声喧闹的人



                 n.与会者(集合称), 集合, 集会,
1   assemblage 装配


1   horsepower n.马力
2     dongs     n.盾(越南之货币单位)




1   unsteadily unsteadilyadv.不稳定地, 摇摆地




1    wedged     wedged楔形的
                n.<昵><口>宝贝,
1     sonny
                小家伙
                vt.构思, 以为, 持有vi.怀孕,
2   conceived   考虑, 设想

                adj.叮当响的, 无可比拟的,
3   clinking    无上的adv.极好的




1    inserts    vt.插入, 嵌入n.插入物
                n.用力拖拉, 拖, 拉, 捕获物,
                努力得到的结果,
1      haul     (尤指)一网捕获的鱼量,
                拖运距离vi.拖, 拉, 改变方向,
                改变主意vt.拖拉, 拖运




1      mile     n.英里, 较大的距离




1     godsend   n.天赐之物, 意外获得的幸运




                adj.葡萄牙的, 葡萄牙人的,
3   portuguese 葡萄牙语的n.葡萄牙人, 葡萄牙语

3     scooter   n.速可达,单脚滑行车

2    thirties   num.三十


2   overreacting 反应过度 互作用过强(to)
3   accomplished adj.完成的, 熟练的, 多才多艺的


1      guam      n.关岛(西太平洋)
1      liven     v.具有活力



1    teamwork    n.联合作业, 协力



1   enthusiast n.热心家, 狂热者
                 n.[昆]蛱蝶  Vanessan.
2     vanessa
                 瓦内萨(女子名)
2    mccarthy    麦卡锡(姓氏)



                 vt.建立, 设立, 安置, 使定居,
1    establish   使人民接受, 确定v.建立




                 adj.下坡的, 倾斜的adv.往下,
1    downhill    每况愈下



                n.逃跑, 逃跑者, 巨大的胜利,
1     runaway   失控的车(或核子反应堆系统)adj.逃
                亡的, 逃走的
                n.证书, 证明书vt.发给证明书,
7   certificate 以证书形式授权给...

3    prepares    v.准备, 预备, 有能力而且愿意
1    immune     adj.免疫的




1   beginner    n.初学者




1    bagpipe    n.风笛




1   assembled   assembledvbl.装配,组合




2   thankfully thankfullyadv.感谢地, 感激地
1   accompanied vt.陪伴, 伴奏



                 n.追踪者,
2     trailer    拖车vi.乘拖车式活动房屋旅行vt.用
                 拖车载运


4    bagpipes    n.风笛



1    armchair    n.扶手椅子



1    skinning    油漆起[结]皮




    interpretati
2                n.解释, 阐明, 口译, 通译
         on


1    sunflower   n.[植]向日葵

                 n.种子, 萌芽, 原由, 根据, 子孙,
1      seeds     精液vt.播种, 结实, 成熟,
                 去...籽vi.结实, 播种

2      craft     n.工艺, 手艺


1   guadalajara 瓜达拉哈拉(墨西哥西部一城市)


1      comfy     adj.舒服的,轻松的



2     adored     v.崇拜, 爱慕, (口语)喜爱
1     rooted     adj.根深蒂固的v.确立




3   confidence n.信心



1    landscape   n.风景, 山水画, 地形, 前景v.美化


1     cinema     n.电影院, 电影

1    heritage    n.遗产, 继承权, 传统


                 n.苏格兰(英国的一部分,在不列颠北
1    scotland    部)




6    scottish    adj.苏格兰的, 苏格兰人的



1     saddle     n.鞍, 鞍状物v.承受



1    ferocity    n.凶猛, 残忍, 暴行



                 v.移植, 移种, 移民, 迁移n.移植,
1   transplanted 被移植物, 移居者

                 n.(墨西哥人食用的)烤干酪辣味玉米
1     nachos
                 片
3     monroe     n.门罗(m.)

9    lockhart    洛克哈特(姓氏)
55    cecilia    n.塞西莉亚(f.)




                 n.捕获, 战利品vt.俘获, 捕获,
2     capture    夺取




1    shortbread n.用面粉, 奶油和糖掺合做成的脆饼


1      pipes     小管(一种通心粉制品)




1    knockers    n.门环



1     ratchet    (防倒转的)棘齿




1     morton     n.莫顿(m.)




1      cocky     adj.骄傲的, 自大的, 过于自信的
                 n.明显, 显著, 明白, 迹象, 根据,
1    evidence
                 [物]证据, 证物
                 n.诅咒adj.受永罚的, 咒骂的,
1     damning
                 毁灭的

1    blueberry   n.越橘的一种



                 n.仙女, 精灵,
3      fairy     <美俚>漂亮姑娘adj.仙女的
                  [德]鲁格尔(德国造半自动手枪的商
1      luger      标名) [luger ]鲁格尔手枪

                  n.根, 根部, 根本,
                  根源v.(使)生根, (使)扎根,
                  使立定不动, 坚定不移, 确立
1      roots      Root [ru:t] 鲁特(①姓氏
                  ②Elihu, 1845-1937,
                  美国法学家、政治家,
                  曾获1912年诺贝尔和平奖)
1    rediscover vt.重新发现
                  v.移植, 移种, 移民, 迁移n.移植,
5    transplant
                  被移植物, 移居者
                  n.苏格兰方格呢短裙vt.撩起vi.轻捷
1       kilt
                  地移动

1      weighs     vt.称...重量, 称vi.重(若干)

                  n.生气, 愠怒, 愠怒的人v.生气,
1     sulking     愠怒

1      intend     vt.想要, 打算, 意指, 意谓


2      runner     n.奔跑者, 信使

2    impresses    vt.印, 盖印, 留下印象

2      bodes      v.预示vbl.忍耐


11     batman     n.(英军的)传令兵, 勤务员, 通讯员


                  n.(集合称)圣职者, 牧师, 僧侣,
1      clergy     神职人员


2    effectively adv.有效地, 有力地
1    receivers   n.接受者, 接收器, 收信机




1     givers     n.送礼者




1    ministers   n.部长, 大臣


                 n.中止, 暂停, 休止符vi.暂停,
                 中止, 停顿,
1     pausing    踌躇n.暂停n.DOS命令:暂停批文件
                 处理, 在继续处理之前等待按任一键


1      began     vbl.begin的过去式




2   strawberries n.[植]草莓


                 n.排成等级, 分类, 任命,
1   ordination [宗]神职授任, 颁布法令

                 n.轴承, 关系, 方面, 意义, 方向,
1     bearing    方位

2    consoled    vt.安慰, 藉慰n.[计] 控制台


1     capsule    n.(植物)蒴果, 胶囊, 瓶帽, 太空舱
                vt.注定, 规定,
2    ordained   任命(牧师)vi.颁布命令




1   nervousness nervousness神经过敏




1   drowsiness drowsinessn.睡意




1   dizziness   n.头昏眼花




2    capsules   n.(植物)蒴果, 胶囊, 瓶帽, 太空舱




               n.(动物, 尤其是鸟类)唠叨,
2   chattering 啁啾声,
               (小溪的)潺潺流水声vi.喋喋不休的
               谈, 卡搭作响
1   shortness   n.短缺




1     hives     n.麻疹, 假膜性喉头炎



                disorientedadj.分不清方向或目标
1   disoriented 的, 无判断力的

                n.哑巴, 傀儡, 假人,
2     dummy     假货adj.虚拟的, 假的,
                虚构的n.[计] 哑元




1    blacken    v.使变黑, 诽谤变黑




                n.折磨, 痛苦, 拷问, 拷打vt.拷问,
1    tortured   曲解, 折磨, 使弯曲



1    revenged   n.报仇, 复仇vt.替...报仇, 复仇



1    barefoot   adj.赤脚的

                vt.记诵, 精读adv.反对地,
1      con      反面n.反对票, 反对论, [医]肺病

2     saran     n.莎纶, 此种合成纤维的商标名
               n.冒险故事, 浪漫史, 传奇文学,
               风流韵事, 虚构vi.写传奇, 渲染,
2   romance
               虚构     Romance [rE5mAns]
               罗曼语 拉丁系语言
               n.提示, 付款期限vt.提示, 鼓动,
               促使, (给演员)提白adj.敏捷的,
1   prompted   迅速的,
               即时的adv.准时地n.DOS命令:改变D
               OS系统提示符的风格

               n.四肢伸开的躺卧姿势,
1   sprawled   蔓生v.四肢伸开地坐(或卧), 爬行,
               蔓生, 蔓延

3    horde     n.游牧部落

               n.缺口, 裂口, 间隙, 缝隙, 差距,
1     gap
               隔阂

1   banister   n.栏杆的支柱, 楼梯的扶栏



6    kings     Kingsn. 〈圣经〉《列王纪》



1   scooping   捞球




               vt.查找...的地点, 使...坐落于,
1    locate    位于v.定位, 位于




1    feisty    adj.易怒的, 活跃的

               n.狭窄部分, 海峡,
               隘路adj.狭窄的, 精密的, 严密的,
2    narrow    有限的, 气量小的, 勉强的,
               眼光短浅的vi.变窄vt.使变狭窄,
               使缩小
                (绘画)层式法(在白色背景上涂一层
1     veils     薄而透明的油色, 使 背景加染色彩,
                并能保持光泽的效果)




1     fetal     adj.胎儿的, 胎的




1    shoppers   n.购物者

                n.契约, 合同, 成交商品,
1    bargain    便宜货v.议价
1      oily     adj.油的, 油滑的, 油腔滑调的
2   gonorrhea   n.[医]淋病

2    gramercy   int.多谢! 不得了!
                n.<俗>小酒馆, 小咖啡店,
2     bistro
                酒馆跑堂者



                adj.地下的, 地面下的,
1   underground 秘密的n.[英] 地铁adv.在地下,
                秘密地
1   crinkles    n.皱纹v.起皱




4   presenter   n.推荐者

1   hoarsely    hoarselyadv.嘶哑地, 刺耳地

3    anxiety    n.忧虑, 焦急, 渴望, 热望




1   monotone    adj.单调的n.单调
1   actresses   n.女演员
                vt.接受, 认可, 承担,
2   accepting   承兑vi.同意, 承认




2     maple     n.[植]枫, 枫木, 淡棕色




7    soapie     n.<口>肥皂剧(=soap opera)

5   nominated   vt.提名, 推荐, 任命, 命名

1     verb      n.[语]动词
                n.格莱美奖(美国镀金唱片奖,一年
                一度地奖励录音工业中有特别成就的
2    grammies
                奖,如奖给灌制唱片方面成绩卓著者
                的奖)

2    teachers   n.教师

1      emmy     n.艾美奖




                turtleneckn.套领,
2   turtleneck 套领毛衣adj.圆翻领的




3     podium    n.乐队指挥台, 墩座墙




                v.沟通, 通信,
1   communicate (房间、道路、花园等)相通, 传达,
                感染




1   anxieties   n.忧虑, 焦急, 渴望, 热望




                n.招展, 招摇, 炫耀, 飘扬v.挥动,
1     flaunt    夸耀, 炫耀, 飘扬



                vt.满足, 使满意, 说服,
1    satisfy    使相信v.满意, 确保
1    fulfill    vt.履行, 实现, 完成(计划等)



1      jess     n.鹰的脚带vt.系以脚带

1   prestigious adj.享有声望的, 声望很高的
                n.格莱美奖(美国镀金唱片奖,一年
                一度地奖励录音工业中有特别成就的
2     grammy
                奖,如奖给灌制唱片方面成绩卓著者
                的奖)


                v.脸红, 羞愧, 呈现红色,
1    blushed    使成红色n.脸红, 红色, 红光



2     coolly    coollyadv.沉着, 自若




3    gracious   adj.亲切的, 高尚的




1    deserved   adj.应得的, 当然的




2   colleague   n.同事, 同僚
1     cremation   n.烧, 火葬



1      midterm    adj.中间的n.期中考试
                  n.超凡魅力, 感召力,
1     charisma
                  教皇般的指导力

2    intimidating v.胁迫




                  [动]海象    Morse   [mC:s]
13      morse     n.摩尔斯式电码




1    conjecture n.v.推测, 臆说, 猜想




1      winston    n.温斯顿(m.)
2   professors n.教授, 公开表示信仰的人




1   hypothesized v.假设, 假定,猜测




1    frighten   vt.使惊吓vi.惊恐




                vt.发出, 放射, 吐露, 散发, 发表,
                发行        EMIT=Electromagnetic
1      emit     Induction Tweeter
                电磁感应高频扬声器




                n.车夫, 车轮制造人        Wheeler
1     wheeler   [5(h)wi:lE] 惠勒(姓氏)
 3    nominees   n.被提名的人, 被任命者




103     gavin    Gavinn. 加文(男子名)




                 理查兹(①姓氏 ②Dickinson
                 Woodruff, 1895-1973,
                 美国内科学家,
 2    richards   曾获1956年诺贝尔生理学-医学奖
                 ③Theodore William,1868-
                 1928,美国化学家,曾获1914年诺贝尔
                 化学奖)



 1    population n.人口




 1    starship   starship恒星飞船
1     downers    n.镇定剂, 令人沮丧的人




                 vi.下倾, 下降, 下垂v.拒绝,
1     declines   衰落n.下倾, 下降, 下垂, 斜面,
                 斜坡, 衰败, 衰落


                 (=rehabilitation)
1      rehab     n.修复,复兴,恢复名誉,复职



1      cameo     n.刻有浮雕的宝石或贝壳

                 n.亚麻布, 亚麻制品,
1      linens    亚麻纤维制成的优质纸adj.亚麻布制
                 的, 亚麻的


1     freckles   n.雀斑, 斑点



1    transfixed vt.刺穿, 使呆住

    conversation
1                conversationalistn. 健谈的人
        alist


1   domineering adj.极权的, 作威作福的

2      shrill    adj.尖声的

1     frontal    n.前沿

2      naples    n.那不勒斯(意大利西南部港市)
1    toothpicks n.牙签

                 St. Kitts & Nevis,
1       kn       圣基茨和尼维斯




                 n.伤痕,疤痕v.结疤,使留下伤痕,创
                 伤       SCAR=Scandinavian
1      scars     Council for Applied Research
                 斯堪的纳维亚应用研究委员会




2      putty     n.油灰, 灰泥vt.用油灰接合




1    rainstorm   rainstormn.暴风雨




1    tastefully tastefullyadv.风流地, 高雅地

1    perishable adj.容易腐烂的

                 金合欢       Cassie [`kAsI]
32    cassie     n.卡西(Cass的异体)(f.)

1      dries     间歇出露区, 干出

1    prototypes n.原型
1     suede     n.小山羊皮


2    marilyn    Marilynn. 玛里琳(女子名)
1   toothpick   n.牙签
                n.[无]晶片, 圆片, 薄饼, 干胶片,
1     wafer
                [宗]圣饼vt.用干胶片封

1   luncheon    n.午宴, 正式的午餐


1     chili     n.红辣椒
                n.石, 石头, 宝石         Stone
                [stEun] 斯通(①姓氏 ②Harlan
3     stone     Fiske, 1872-1946, 美国法学家,
                1941-1946任美国最高法院首席法官)

1    timidly    timidlyadv.胆小地, 羞怯地
                n.活力, 繁殖力,
1     lusts     强烈的性欲vi.强烈欲望, 渴望,
                引起性冲动




                WWWn.World Wide Web 万维网,
2      www      简称WWW或3W




1   entranced   n.入口, 门口, 进入
                 n.搔, 胳肢, 发痒vt.胳肢, 逗笑,
1     tickled    使高兴, 使发痒vi.觉得痒, 使人痒


                 adj.(从外国)移来的, 移民的,
1    immigrant   移居的n.移民, 侨民


    authenticall
1                authenticallyadv.确实地, 真正地
          y



1   anatomically anatomicallyadv.在解剖学上


5     tuxedos    n.男士无尾半正式晚礼服

                 n.通风孔, 出烟孔, 出口,
1     vented     (感情等的)发泄v.放出, 排出, 发泄

1    martinis    n.马提尼酒


                 adj.果味的, (酒)有葡萄味的,
1     fruity     (声音)洪亮的


1     utility    n.效用, 有用



1   heartbreaker heartbreakern.令人伤悲的人(事物)




1   superpower n.超级强权


4      tuxes     n.男士无尾半正式晚礼服
                n.鞋面, 荡妇vt.修补, 拼凑, 捏造,
2      vamp     勾引vi.[音]即席伴奏, 勾引

                adj.不必要的, 空闲的, 多余的,
1    unwanted   讨厌的, 有害的

                泰纳(Hippolyte Adolphe, 1828-
                1893,
1     tainer    法国文艺批评家、历史学家、哲学家
                )




2    rapping    轻击修光(锻造中)




1     minis     n.迷你型, 袖珍型




1    greater    adj.包括市区及郊区的




                n.款待者, 表演娱乐节目的人,
1   entertainer 演艺人员


                v.(使)破产, (使)堕落,
1     ruins     毁灭n.毁灭, 崩溃, 废墟, 遗迹

                n.冰雹, 致敬, 招呼,
                一阵vt.向...欢呼, 致敬, 招呼,
1     hails     使象下雹样落下, 猛发vi.招呼,
                下雹int.万岁, 欢迎


1   newsletters n.时事通讯
1    theta     n.希蜡字母的第八字




               锡拉库扎(意大利西西里岛东部一港
1   syracuse   市)




               n. 1.派(π) 2.圆周率(π)
1      pi      PI [paI] abbr.[军] Product
               Improve, 产品改进




               n.贝它, 希腊字母中的第二个字母
               Beta测试第二版
1     beta     在软件领域,“beta”是指一种新应
               用程序或者软件在正式投放市场之前
               ,在测试阶段推出的第二个版本。




1    allan     n.艾伦




1    slurs     v.忽视n.污点
1     racial     adj.人种的, 种族的, 种族间的




1   rearranging vt.再排列, 重新整理

                 n.同一性, 身份, 一致, 特性,
1    identity
                 恒等式
1    gadgets     n.小器具, 小配件, 小玩意, 诡计
                 n.忙乱, 大惊小怪,
2      fuss
                 大惊小怪的人v.忙乱, 大惊小怪

1    checkers    西洋跳棋

1     tampon     n.棉球, 止血垫vt.用棉塞住
1     diane      n.黛安(Diana的异体)(f.)


                 vt.刺穿, 刺破, 穿透, 突破,
2     pierce     深深感动

               sportswearn.运动装,
1   sportswear
               休闲活动穿着的衣服
               adj.分割的, 分区的, 师的除法的,
2   divisional
               部门所有的

1    sarongs     n.马来群岛土人所穿的围裙, 布裙


1      lewd      adj.淫荡的, 猥亵的, 下流的

                 希腊字母表的第十八字母 (∑, σ)
                 SIGMA=Sealed Insulating Glass
2     sigma      Manufacturers
                 Association密封绝缘玻璃厂商协会[
                 美]

                 n.(常伴有文娱节目的)夏威夷式宴会
2      luau      ,[烹调]卢奥(用嫩芋叶和章鱼或鸡加
                 椰子酱烹制成的一种菜)
                 英国压力单位, 等于10N/M         Val
3       val      [vAl] 瓦尔(男子名, Valentine
                 的昵称)

3     kilmer     基尔默


1    expressly   adv.明白地, 特别地, 清楚地


1    celebrity   n.名声, 名人

                 n.性别, 男性或女性, 性欲,
                 <口>性交,
1      sexes     <俚>生殖器,
                 阴茎vt.区别...的性别,
                 引起...的性欲

2   resolutions n.坚定, 决心, 决定, 决议



1     diagram    n.图表




2      kips      n.小牛皮, 睡觉, 床, 千磅



1       vow      n.誓约v.宣誓, 立誓, 发誓


1    coleslaw    n.凉拌卷心菜


    unmarriageab
1                adj.不适于结婚的, 不能结婚的
         le



3      volvo     沃尔沃[富豪]汽车
1   flirtatious adj.爱调戏的, 轻浮的
                n.车床工, 体育协会会员
1     turner
                Turner [5tE:nE] 特纳(姓氏)
1    kathleen   n.凯思琳(亦作 Kathryn)(f.)
                n.加固, 支撑物adj.肿胀的 自负的
1   strutting
                昂首阔步的




                n.[植]熏衣草属, 熏衣草花,
1    lavender   淡紫色adj.淡紫色的vt.用熏衣草熏




2    include    vt.包括, 包含




1    whizzing   whizzing旋离, 离心分离



1    honking    n.雁叫声
             n.<古>爱人,情夫,情妇
2   lemans   Leman [5lemEn] 莱曼(姓氏)
1   endurance   n.忍耐(力), 持久(力), 耐久(性)
             n.带扣v.扣住, 变弯曲     Buckle
1   buckle   [5bQkl] 巴克尔(姓氏)
3       belts     n.带子, 地带




1    incomparable adj.无与伦比的, 不能比较的

23     helena     海伦娜(女子名)

1     resigning   n.辞去(职务)v.辞去, 辞职
                  n.宽大衬衫, 夹酸栗果酱的饼干
                  Garibaldi [^Ari5bC:ldi]
3     garibaldi
                  加里波第(Giuseppe, 1807-1882,
                  意大利爱国者, 将军)
1    starlet    n.小星星, 初涉影坛的演员, 小明星




2    miranda    n. 米兰达(女子名)




                n.好莱坞(位于美国加利福尼亚洛杉
1   hollywood   矶城的西北), 美国电影业
1    carmen     n.卡门(f.)




1   irregulars adj.不规则的, 无规律的



                n.热烈欢迎, 大喝采, 大受欢迎,
1    ovation    欢呼




1   umbrellas   n.伞, 雨伞, 庇护




1   darlings    n.心爱的人, 亲爱的

2     witty     adj.富于机智的, 诙谐的



1     woos      v.求爱, 追求, 恳求, 招致
                 v.发火花, (使)闪耀,
                 (香槟酒等)发泡, 用眼神表达,
2    sparkle     发光闪烁n.火花, 闪光, 光彩,
                 活力, 发泡

                 n.蜡, 蜡状物, 增加,
2     waxed      月亮由亏转盈vi.变大, 增大,
                 月亮渐满vt.上蜡于


1     misty      adj.有薄雾的

                 n.伐木工人, 木材商的佣工,
1   lumberjack
                 短茄克衫
1     lacys      adj.花边的
                 n.笑剧v.模仿abbr.Multipurpose
                 Internet Mail Extension
1     mimed      protocol,
                 多用途的网际邮件扩充协议
                 MIME多用途的网际邮件扩充协议

3     ought      aux.(~ to [verb] ) 应当, 应该

                 n.(身体的)姿势, 体态, 状态,
1    posture     情况, 心境, 态度v.令取某种姿势,
                 摆姿势, 作出姿态


1    manhood     n.成年

                 n.一绺头发, 卷发, 发辫,
1     tress
                 [植]枝条vt.把(头发)梳理成绺
                 RSVPabbr.Reply,if you please,
1      rsvp
                 请回复

1     bulbs      n.鳞茎, 球形物



3   masculinity n.男性, 阳性, 雄性

1     briefs     n.贴身的短内裤
                 n.挑战vi.敢, 胆敢vt.敢冒, 不惧
1      dared     DARE=Data Retrieval System
                 数据检索系统(联合国 UNESCO)

1    traveling   v.移动, 滑动adj.旅行的
1    aquarius    宝瓶宫,宝瓶(星)座
                 adj.更新的, 重建的, 复兴的,
1     renewed    重申的

1    porsching   Porsche保时捷汽车

                 二价染色体            Gemini
1     gemini     [5dVemInaI]   n.双子宫,双子(星)座

                 n.蜂窝, 蜂箱       Beehive
1     beehive    [5bi:7haiv] 蜂巢星团(即鬼星团)

1     wipers     n.擦拭者, 手帕

                n.[天] 人马(星)座,
                (纹章学中的)弓射手(或半人半马怪
2   sagittarius 物)图形         Sagittarius
                [7sAdVi5tZEriEs]
                n.〈天〉人马座;人马宫
1     taurus    n.金牛座, (占星术中)金牛宫
1      virgo     n.室女宫,室女(星)座

2     horsing    n.乘马之供应, 通读校样


1    cruising    adj.巡航的


1    sergeant    n.警官, 军士

                 int.阿门(基督教祈祷或圣歌的结束
                 语)      Amen [5B:men] (=Amon,
1      amen      Ammon)(古埃及的)太阳神(司生命与
                 生殖的神)
                 hallelujahn.
1   hallelujah
                 (赞美上帝用语)哈利路亚

1   respectively adv.分别地, 各个地
2    loosens    v.解开, 放松, 松开

3    clinks     n.丁当声v.(使)发丁当声

                n.插, 戳, 刺, 推力, 猛推,
                口头攻击vt.力推, 冲, 插入, 挤进,
1    thrusts    刺, 戳, 强加, 延伸vi.插入, 刺,
                戳, 延伸, 强行推进
                n.支持者, 倚靠人, 道具,
                螺旋桨vt.支撑, 维持
1     prop      PROP=Planetary Rocket Ocean
                Platform
                (研究)行星火箭的海洋工作站
                n.小袋, 烟草袋, 钱袋,
1     pouch     育儿袋vt.把...装入袋中,
                使成袋状vi.成袋状




1    violins    n.小提琴, 小提琴手




2    swords     n.剑

1   reporting   n.报告


                n.跳跃者, 跳高运动员,
1    jumper     跳跃的动物, 妇女穿的套头外衣,
                海员的上衣, 工作服
1     bonds     bondsn.镣铐, 监禁




3    beloved    adj.心爱的n.所爱的人, 爱人




1    toucher    n.触摸者, 讨钱人



2     nazis     n.纳粹党人adj.纳粹党的

2    hellhole   hellholen.非常令人不舒服的场所
                Shakespearen.莎士比亚(1564-
1   shakespeare 1616,英国剧作家,诗人,作有37部戏
                剧,154首十四行诗和2首长诗)
4     platoon    n.排

2      oscar     n.奥斯卡

1     soldiers   n.士兵, 军人



1      vested    adj.既定的




9      bings     堆 尖锐响亮的声音



1       rita     n. 丽塔(女子名)

                 n.乌鸦, 似乌鸦的鸟, 撬棍vi.啼叫,
1       crow     报晓, (婴孩)格格地笑

2     disguise   v.假装, 伪装, 掩饰n.伪装

1       dusk     n.薄暮, 黄昏

1        ts      Test Set, 试验装置



2     slippery   adj.滑的, 光滑的


4     arranged   arrangedvbl.安排,准备,计划


1    enunciate   v.阐明, 清晰发言


                 n. 天使报喜          Annunciation
1   annunciation [EnQnsI5eIF(E)n] n.报喜,
                 天使报喜节


                 Turret Integrated Night Sight,
1       tins     炮塔综合夜间瞄准镜
1    paulette   n.波莱特(f.)




1     doubly    adv.二倍地,双重地,双摺地




                n.荫, 阴暗, 荫凉处, 图案阴影,
                黑暗, 颜色深浅, 遮光物,
1     shades
                帘vi.渐变vt.遮蔽, 使阴暗,
                使渐变, 微减




1   unhappiness unhappinessn.忧愁, 苦恼




                adj.正统的, 传统的, 习惯的,
2    orthodox
                保守的, 东正教的
3     dearly    adv.深深地, 昂贵



1     sweden    n.瑞典




1    clinics    n.门诊部, 临床



1    outcome    n.结果, 成果
4   bandleader n.伴舞乐队的指挥




2    clumsy    adj.笨拙的



1   pleasing   adj.令人高兴的, 愉快的, 合意的




1   dialects   n.方言, 语调
2    combat    n.战斗, 格斗v.战斗, 搏斗, 抗击




1    eyelids   n.眼皮, 眼睑


1    admired   v.赞美, 钦佩, 羡慕

1    melinda   n.梅林达(f.)

1   tragically tragicallyadv.悲剧地, 悲惨地




               n.(唱片等的) 凹槽, 惯例,
2    groove    最佳状态vt.开槽于




1    sneaky    adj.鬼祟的, 卑鄙的
                 n.样子, 外表, 面貌,
 1     aspects   (问题等的)方面




                 n.娘娘腔的男人, 懦夫       Molly
64      molly    [5mCli] n. 莫利(女子名)




                 n.吉伯(一种起磁力的单位)
 1     gilbert   Gilbert [5^ilbEt] n.
                 吉尔伯特(男子名)



 2     farting   n.<俗>屁vi.放屁

                 n.过度的疲劳, 紧张, 张力,
 1     strains   应变vt.扭伤, 损伤v.拉紧, 扯紧,
                 (使)紧张, 尽力



 2    misleading adj.易误解的, 令人误解的


                 n.莫娜(f.)
                 n.[动]白腹长尾猴(西非常见的一种
182     mona     长尾猴) Passage
                 莫纳海峡(在拉丁美洲的海地岛和波
                 多黎各岛之间)
                 n.土墩, 护堤, 垛vt.筑堤,
 2      mound    堆起vi.积成堆, 隆起


                 vt.把...吹胀, 激怒, 发怒vi.吹气,
 1      huff     恫吓, 发怒n.发怒, 提高价格
                n.洗发精, 洗发香波, 洗发vt.洗头,
1    shampoos   洗发

4   disposable adj.可任意使用的
4     adams     n.亚当斯

1   heartbroken adj.悲伤的
1     uptake    n.举起


2     warily    adv.留心地, 小心地, 警惕地




                sunglassn.聚集日光引火的凸透镜,
1    sunglass   太阳眼镜


1     shaker    n.摇动者, 混合器


1   magnetism   n.磁, 磁力, 吸引力, 磁学




1    painless   adj.无痛的, 不痛的




1    formally   adv.正式地, 形式上




                n.南斯拉夫人,
1   yugoslavian 南斯拉夫adj.南斯拉夫人的
               n.默里(m.)
1    murray    墨累河[澳大利亚东南部](澳大利亚
               最长和流域面积最大的河流)


               n.拖, 拖曳所用之绳,
               麻的粗纤维vt.拖, 曳,
               牵引vi.拖行, 被拖带
1     towed    TOW=Tube-launchedOptically-
               trackedWire-guided(anti-tank-
               missile)陶式武器(一种用纯管式发
               射器发射的光学跟踪有线制导的反坦
               克导弹)
1    unzips    vi.拉开拉链vt.拉开


1    bravest   bravestadj.勇敢的



1      ax      n.斧头vt.削减



4   stirrups   n.马镫, 镫形物


               vi.求助, 诉诸, 采取(某种手段等),
1    resort    常去n.凭借, 手段, 常去之地, 胜地



1   atlantis   n.传说沉没于大西洋中的岛



4    keeper    n.监护人, 管理人, 看守人, 保管人




               n.[植]大蒜, (Akkuyn sadtium),
1    garlic    蒜头



2   noticeable adj.显而易见的, 值得注意的
                adj.有秩序的, 整齐的,
1    orderly    整洁的n.传令兵,
                勤务兵adv.依次地, 顺序地
3    screwing   螺纹 连接


1   doorframe   n.门框


2    namaste    n.(印度)合十礼
                n.弓, 乐弓, 弓形, 鞠躬,
2      bows
                船首v.鞠躬, 弯腰
1     uncles    n.伯父, 叔父, 姨丈, 援助者

1     aunts     n.姑妈, 伯母, 舅妈, 阿姨


1   expectantly expectantlyadv.期待地, 期望地

1     inhale    vt.吸入vi.吸气

                n.在灰泥的墙壁上作的水彩画,
1     fresco    壁画vt.作壁画于
2   evidently   adv.明显地, 显然

1    consumer   n.消费者


                n.令人吃惊的回答, 听腻了的消息,
1     earful    怨言, 严厉的斥责



1   complaint   n.诉苦, 抱怨, 牢骚, 委屈, 疾病


1   forwarding 推进 促进

1   insightful adj.富有洞察力的,有深刻见解的
                adj.波状的, 摇摆的, 起浪的,
1      wavy
                波动的, 不稳的

2     framed    Framedn.加外框

1     volume    n.卷, 册, 体积, 量, 大量, 音量
1      riddler    riddler振动筛, 摆动筛 筛工




                  n.乘用马, 衬纸, 山, 装配vi.乘马,
2       mount     爬上, 增长vt.爬上, 使上马, 装上,
                  设置, 安放, 制作...的标本, 上演




3      hiking     hikingn.徒步旅行




2     foothills   n.山麓小丘, 丘陵地带




5    backpacking v.挑运n.挑运, 背包

2     souvenirs   n.纪念品

                  n.移动式起重机, 纺织机
10      jenny
                  Jenny [5dVeni] 詹妮(女子名)
                  n.被拒之人, 被弃之物, 不合格品,
1      rejects    落选者, 不及格者vt.拒绝, 抵制,
                  否决, 呕出, 驳回, 丢弃

1    honeymooning n.蜜月vi.度蜜月v.度蜜月
1     numbered    adj.有限的, 时日无多的
                 n.液体, 流体, 流音adj.液体的,
1     liquids    清澈的, 透明的, 明亮的, 流动的,
                 易变的, (财务)易变卖的




                 鸢尾烯        Irene [ai5ri:ni,
1      irene     5airi:n] n.女性名,
                 [希神]和平女神
1      begged    v.请求, 乞求


1     symbols    n.符号, 记号, 象征



3    videotape   videotapen. 录像带

2    ransacking vt.到处搜索, 掠夺, 洗劫

12    franklin   n.小地主, 乡绅

                 n.班长, 监听器, 监视器,
2     monitor    监控器vt.监控v.监控



1     eleventh   n.第十一




1    departments n.部, 局, 处, 科, 部门, 系, 学部
1   nameplate   n.名牌, 标示牌



                n.基础, 基本, 根据,
2     basis     主要成分(或要素),
                (认识论中的)基本原则或原理
                n.使流出的人, 倒注者,
1    shedder    脱壳期的虾和蟹

1   headaches   n.头痛, 令人头痛之事



1   synthesize v.综合, 合成



1   antibodies n.抗体


1    exhume     vt.掘出, 发掘

                n.<美>[食](浇在面条或通心
5     pesto     粉等上的)香蒜沙司,香蒜酱

                n.凯撒(古罗马的将军,政治家,历史
3    caesar     家,公元前100-44)
                n.苏(昔日法国之一种铜币),
4     sous
                无价值之物

                n.公文, 文件, 文档, 档案,
1   documents   文献v.证明


1     joker     n.爱开玩笑的人

                n.厌恶, 嫌恶vi.令人厌恶,
1   disgusts    令人反感vt.使作呕

1     neath     adv.在...之下
                n.钉, 栓, 桩, 销子,
                借口vt.钉木钉, 固定,
1      peg      限制vi.坚持不懈地工作         Pegn.
                佩格(女子名)



1    mormon     n.摩门教徒, 一夫多妻主义者




                adj.<苏格兰>好的,
2     wally     第一流的, 大的, 令人喜爱的




                n.铤而走险的人,
1   daredevil
                蛮勇的人adj.蛮勇的, 不怕死的
1    cheered    n.愉快, 欢呼v.(使)快活, (对)欢呼


                vt.引用, 引证, 提供, 提出,
3     quote     报(价)



1    mundane    adj.世界的, 世俗的, 平凡的




1   newscaster n.新闻广播员, 新闻评论广播员


1    grudge     v.不给予

1   pirouettes n.脚尖旋转vi.以脚尖旋转

1     wimp      n. 懦弱的人,无用的人
                n.奔流, 晕红, 激动, 萌芽,
                活力旺盛, 发烧,
                一手同花的五张牌,
                惊鸟adj.挥霍的, 直接的, 丰足的,
1    flushed    泛滥的adv.齐平地,
                直接地vi.(脸)发红, 奔涌, 充沛,
                惊飞vt.淹没, 冲洗, 使脸红,
                使齐平, 使惊飞, 使激动


1   stalemate   n.僵局v.成为僵局


                adv.至多 Max     [mAks]   n.
1     maxed     马克斯(男子名)

2    prayer     n.祈祷

                n.军团, 兵队, 团, 兵种,
2     corps     技术兵种, 特殊兵种,
                (德国大学的)学生联合会

                n.特工人员, 间谍, 侦探, 探员,
1     spies     秘密侦察他人行动者v.侦察, 侦察,
                发现


                adj.初步的, 基本的, [化]元素的,
1   elementary 自然力的


1    uruguay    n.乌拉圭


1     towns     n.市镇, 城镇


1   comeback    n.恢复, 复原



1     solar     adj.太阳的, 日光的
1     planets    n.[天]行星


                 vt.拍, 掌击, 拍击n.拍, 掌击,
1     slapped
                 拍击

4    impulsive   adj.冲动的




                 n.战役(指大规模会战),
1     battle     战争vi.作战, 战斗, 搏斗, 斗争



                 n.(钢等)韧度, 回火, 性情, 脾气,
                 情绪, 心情, 调剂,
2     temper
                 趋向v.(冶金)回火、锻炼, 调和,
                 调节
1   exclusively adv.排外地, 专有地



1    chainsaw    vt.用链锯割,<喻>肢解



    disconcertme
1                disconcertment失措 挫折
         nt




1    detailed    adj.详细的, 逐条的
1   politics    n.政治, 政治学, 政纲, 政见




               adj.骑马的, 马的, 在马背上的,
1   equestrian (古罗马)市民特权阶层成员的,
               骑士阶层的n.骑手




4    cowgirl    n.女牛仔




6   ballerina   n.芭蕾舞女



1   maternal    adj.母亲的, 似母亲的, 母性的



1     earns     vt.赚, 挣得, 获得v.赚得, 获得

1    theorem    n.[数]定理, 法则

2   downtown    adv.在市区, 往市区adj.市区的


1    waddles    蹒跚而行




2    sputnik    n.(苏联)人造地球卫星
               n.小锄, 剥树皮的铲凿,
1     spud     马铃薯vt.用小锄锄




1   colander   n.滤器, 漏锅




1   antennae




               n.天线    Antennan. antenae
2   antenna    〈动〉触角



1     pray     v.祈祷, 恳求, 请




1    stance    n.姿态




               n.烤面包(片), 吐司面包,
1   toasting   干杯vt.敬酒, 烤(面包等),
               使暖和vi.烤暖, 烤火, 烘

1     rugs     n.(小)地毯, 垫子
                 n.撅嘴, 板脸, 生气,
1      pouts     大头鱼类v.撅嘴, 绷脸

1    observing   adj.注意的, 留心的


25     brenda    n. 布伦达(女子名)

                 n.缺乏, 短缺的东西vt.缺乏, 没有,
2       lack     需要vi.缺乏, 没有

1     inquire    v.询问, 问明, 查究

                 n.年长者, 老人, 父辈adj.年长的,
1      elder     资格老的

                 n.软毛, 柔毛, 绒毛, 错误,
1      fluffs    无价值的东西vi.起毛, 变松,
                 出错vt.使起毛, 抖松, 念错(台词)
                 n.[律] 陪审团, 评判委员会,
1       jury
                 陪审员adj.[海]临时应急的
2    relinquish v.放弃
                 conj.唯恐, 以免, 免得,
1       lest     (用于fear, be afraid之后,
                 等于that)

1      flown     vbl.fly的过去分词


1    distinctly distinctlyadv.清楚地, 显然
                 n.驴子, 笨蛋, 顽固者, (=donkey
1     donkeys    engine)轻便发动机, (=donkey
                 pump)辅助泵
                 n.驴子, 笨蛋, 顽固者, (=donkey
1      donkey    engine)轻便发动机, (=donkey
                 pump)辅助泵

1    nederlands <荷兰语>= Netherlands


1        je      Jen.六月(June)的简写
                [计]
1      dat      数据文件的扩展名abbr.Digital
                Audio Tape数字录音带

                DAAR=Daily Air Activity Report
1     daar      每日空中活动报告


1     tide      n.潮, 潮汐, 潮流, 趋势


1     pools     poolsn.(前面与the连用)足球场




1   confusion   n.混乱, 混淆




2   apologizes vi.道歉, 辩白




1    talkies    adj.说话过多的, 多对话的




                n.屏, 银幕, 筛子, 掩蔽物,
1    screens    屏风vt.掩蔽, 包庇, 放映, 拍摄,
                筛vi.拍电影
                adj.可移动的, 易变的,
1     mobile    机动的n.运动物体




1    flowered   adj.花开着的, 用花装饰的



1    nagging    adj.唠叨的, 挑剔的n.唠叨, 挑剔




3   ingredient n.成分, 因素


1     lacey     adj.花边的




1      zeer     n.Z字母




                n.翻译, 译文, 转化, 调任,
5   translation 转换[物][数]平移


                〈音〉全音节的第七音
                TE=Tangent Elevation 瞄准角,
2       te      仰角, 高角          Te
                n.tellurium [化]碲

                adj.虚弱的, 颤抖的, 不安的,
3     shaky     不可靠的, 震动的, 摇晃的, 动摇的

                v.使中断, 使分裂, 使瓦解,
2    disrupt    使陷于混乱, 破坏

                n.船尾, 船尾楼, <俚>傻子,
2      poop     真实的消息vt.冲打(船尾),
                使精疲力尽vi.疲乏
                 n.佛兰芒人(或译成佛拉芒人,比利时
2     fleming    两个民族之一),
                 说佛兰芒语的比利时人
1     narrate    v.叙述, 讲述, 作解说, 讲故事
                 n.棉被vt.制成棉被,
1      quilt     摘录,编辑vi.缝被子

1    noisemaker n.发出大声音的人, 会高声喧闹的人

1     openness   n.宽阔, 公开




                 n.结果, [逻]推理, 推论,
2   consequences 因果关系, 重要的地位




1     moroccan   adj.摩洛哥的n.摩洛哥人

1   conveniently convenientlyadv.便利地

1       piss     vi.小便vt.撒尿弄湿n.小便

2      slang     n.俚语, 行话v.用粗话骂, 用俚语说



1     unicorn    n.独角兽, 麒麟




1     mitzvah    n.戒律, 德行
1   leprechaun n.(爱尔兰民间传说中的) 妖精



1     baptism   n.浸洗, [喻]洗礼, 严峻考验



5   bachelorette n.未婚女子

1     preach    v.鼓吹

2     untied    vt.解开, 解放, 解决vi.松开, 解开

                n.所有格adj.所有的, 物主的,
1   possessive 占有的



3   grandchild n.孙子, 孙女



1     damaged   damagedadj.被损坏的


1      irate    adj.生气, 发怒的


2   eighteenth n.第十八, 十八分之一num.第十八
2    calcutta   n.加尔各答, 印度东北部的港市

2    artifact   n.人造物品

                n.渔船        Hooker [5hukE]
1     hookers   胡克(①姓氏 ②Sir Joseph Dalton,
                1817-1911, 英国植物学家)
                Street
                Farmer<澳俚>皮特街"农夫"(
1      pitt     指对农场、
                土地等进行投资的城市商人)




                n.底特律,
2     detroit   美国密歇根(Michigan)州东南部的大
                城市, 位于底特律河流上

    hermaphrodit n.[医]具有两性者, 阴阳人,
1                两性体adj.雌雄同体的
          e

1       ego     n.自我, 利已主义, 自负




2     sliver    n.长条




1    thinkers   n.思想者, 思想家, 心智




                n.领导者,
1     leaders   社论n.[计]前导字符n.[机]导杆




1     poultry   n.家禽
               n.细长的茎, 藤条vt.以杖击,
               以藤编制          CANE=chemical
1      cane
               application of nuclear
               explosions 核爆炸的化学应用


1      ood     OODabbr.面向对象设计



1    dishing   adj.碟形的, 凹陷的

1      ref     n.裁判员

               adj.令人敬畏的,
1     august   威严的n.八月(略作Aug)
               August [5C:^Est] n. 八月


1     lions    n.狮子, (剽悍的人)社交场合的名流



1   shoplifting n.入店行窃



1     melons   n.(各种的)瓜




2     wienie   n.<美口>=wiener


               n.区域, 地方,
               (世界上某个特定的)地区,
1     region   (艺术,科学等的)领域, (大气,
               海水等的)层


               n.驾驶货车的人, 运货马车夫
1     carter   Carter [5kB:tE] 卡特(姓氏,
               男子名)
1    romancer   n.传奇小说作家, 讲虚构故事的人



1     jumble    v.混杂, 搞乱n.混乱




1      anita    n. 安尼塔(女子名)




1   reproductive adj.生殖的, 再生的, 复制的

                n.标枪, 长矛, 矛状器具,
3      lance    捕鲸枪v.切开      Lance [lB:ns]
                兰斯(男子名, Lancelot 的昵称)


                n.湿气adj.潮湿的vt.使潮湿, 阻尼,
1      damp     使衰减, 使沮丧, 控制, 抑止


1   photograph n.照片

2    thailand   n.泰国

                v.建立, 创立, 创办, 使有根据,
3     founded
                铸造, 熔制

                n.空间, 空旷, 空虚,
1      void     怅惘adj.空的, 无人的, 空闲的,
                无效的, 无用的, 没有的


1   commodities n.日用品
1     broker    n.掮客, 经纪人

                n.敌人, 仇敌, [集合名词]敌军,
1     enemies   [喻]大敌adj.敌人的, 敌方的
     carbohydrate
1                 n.[化]碳水化合物, 醣类
           s

                  Ivory Coast, 象牙海岸abbr.[军]
1        ci       Compression Ignition, 压燃
                  CI=Calling Indicator 调用指示器

                  n.哑巴, 傀儡, 假人,
1      dummies    假货adj.虚拟的, 假的,
                  虚构的n.[计] 哑元

                  n.风格, 时尚, 文体, 风度, 类型,
13     styler     字体vt.称呼, 设计,
                  使合潮流使铁笔作装饰画

1     midfield    n.球场中央部分adj.中场的

2       numb      adj.麻木的v.失去知觉
                  n.叩击, 轻拍, 轻敲, 斥责vt.敲,
                  拍, 打, 厉声说出, 斥责,
                  使着迷vi.敲击, 交谈abbr.[军]
7        rap      Rocket Assisted Projectile,
                  火箭助推炮弹            RAP=Read
                  Alphanumerically
                  Paper[计]读字母数字纸带

1     gangster    n.<美俗>歹徒, 士匪, 强盗


                  n.云, 烟云, 天空,
2       cloud     污点vt.以云遮敝, 玷污,
                  使黯然vi.乌云密布, 阴沉

1       oddly     adv.奇特地, 古怪地


1    saddlebags n.鞍囊, 毛纤维布料之一种
                  n.大包, 大捆, (指标准量货物,
1       bale      如稻草, 麦杆)货物vt.打包, 捆包,
                  包装, 灾难, 痛苦, 悲哀
1     superstar   n. 超级明星
1       bub     n.<美口>小弟弟, 小家伙




3    youngest   n.最小的儿子


                n.(锅炉,
1     manhole   下水道供人出入检修用的)人孔,
                检修孔


                n.称赞, 恭维, 致意, 问候,
1   compliments 道贺vt.称赞, 褒扬, 恭维



                vi.拖足而行, 磨损vt.以足擦地,
1     scuffed   践踏, 使磨损n.拖着脚走, 磨损之处

                n.里面, 内部, 内脏,
                内情adj.内部的, 秘密的,
1     insides
                于室内工作的adv.在里面prep.在...
                之内

3     skirts    n.裙子v.环绕




1   scatterbrain n.注意力不集中的人




1   passageway n.过道,出入口




                STINGS=Stellar Inertial Guidance
1     stings    System 恒星惯性制导系统
    contraceptiv
1                adj.避孕的n.避孕品, 避孕用具
         es


3     aluminum   n.[化]铝




1    kidnappers kidnappern.拐子, 绑匪


1    triggering 起动, 触发, 控制

                 n.[植](=chrysanthemum)菊花,
6       mum      沉默adj.沉默的vi.演哑剧int.别说
                 话!
2    locksmith   n.钳工, 锁匠, 修锁工

1    semifinals n.半决赛

1     seagull    n.海鸥



1      chewed    vt.咀爵(食物等)v.咀嚼, 认真考虑



1    harassment n.折磨


2   experiencing n.vt.经验, 体验, 经历, 阅历

4    discomfort n.不便之处, 不适
    uncomfortabl uncomfortablyadv.不舒适地,
3                困难地
          y


3     behaved    vi.举动, 举止, 运转v.行为表现
                n.挖剪图画, 终止, 剪切块,
1     cutout    删除部分
                n.寒冷, [物]零下温度, 伤风,
1     colder    感冒adj.寒冷的, 使人战栗的,
                冷淡的, 不热情的, 失去知觉的
                n.<口>小手指       Pinkie
                [5piNki]
1     pinkie
                [美](平克顿私家侦探公司的)便衣侦
                探
                n.臭猫, 臭猫毛, 臭猫皮
                Fitch [fitF] 菲奇(①姓氏
1      fitch    ②John, 1743-1798, 美国发明家,
                研究蒸气机船的先驱者)



    conversation
2                n.会话, 交谈
          s



1   respecting prep.关系, 说到


1     skaters   n.溜冰者




1      cuss     n.诅咒, 坏话, 家伙v.乱骂, 咒骂




                adj.硬的, 僵直的, 拘谨的,
1      stiff    呆板的, 艰难的, 费劲的, 僵硬的

1    joystick   n.操纵杆

                n.曲线, 弯曲, [棒球]曲线球,
1     curved    [统]曲线图表vt.弯,
                使弯曲vi.成曲形
                 vt.查找...的地点, 使...坐落于,
1     located    位于v.定位, 位于

                 (=twills)马贝尔斜纹里子呢
5      mabel     Mabel [5meIbl]
                 n.梅布尔(女子名)
2     vending    v.出售, 贩卖, 公开发表

1     orgies     (=orgy ) n.纵酒狂欢, 放荡



1     rename     vt.重新命名, 再命名, 改名




                 v.拔去(塞子,插头等),
1     unplugs    去掉...的障碍物




                 adj.原始的, 远古的, 粗糙的,
1    primitive   简单的




1   childbirth n.分娩


                 n.捐献, 订金, 订阅, 签署, 同意,
1   subscription [医]下标处方


1   cellophane n.玻璃纸
                 n.(止痛或疗伤的)香油, 香膏,
                 安慰物         BALM=Block And List
2      balm      Manipulator
                 块与表处理程序(一种可扩充的表处
                 理语言)
2       wit      n.智力, 才智, 智慧


1      swan      n.天鹅, 杰出的诗人、歌手, 天鹅座



1     shaping    修整(的)

1      paths     n.小路, 小径, 路线, 轨道, 通道


1     renting    v.租, 租借, 出租n.租金




1    afterwards adv.然后, 后来地


1    advanced    adj.高级的, 年老的, 先进的


                 n.自由民, 享有市民权的人
3     freeman    Freeman [5fri:mEn]
                 弗里曼(姓氏, 男子名)




1    unearthed   unearthed未接地的




1     seminar    n.研究会, 讨论发表会

                 n.(大学)毕业生,
1    graduate    研究生v.(使)(大学)毕业

13    plummer    轴台 垫块 承载台
                n.一阵喷烟, 肿块, 蓬松, 吹嘘,
                宣传广告v.喷出, 张开, 夸张,
1     puffs
                (使)膨胀, (使)骄傲, 喘息, 鼓吹,
                吹捧
1    frosted    adj.被霜覆盖的, 受霜害的

                adj.多花的, 绚丽的, 华丽的,
1    flowery    花的, 象花一样

1   enjoyable   adj.令人愉快的, 可享受的
                adj.本质的, 实质的, 基本的,
2   essential   提炼的, 精华的n.本质, 实质,
                要素, 要点

                n.气味, 香味, 香水, 线索, 嗅觉,
                臭迹vt.闻出, 嗅, 发觉,
1    scents     循着遗臭追踪, 使充满气味vi.嗅猎,
                发出气味




1   eucalyptus n.[植]桉树




1   dissolve    v.溶解, 解散




1   chamomile   n.(=canomile)甘菊,黄春菊



1    realms     n.领域

1   effervesce vi.冒泡, [化]泡腾, 兴奋
                adj.<美>
                (同性恋女子)男性化的n.<美俚&g
2     butch     t;
                粗鲁的男人或男孩,充当男性角色的
                女同性恋者
1     stewing    蒸煮




1     cuckoo     n.[动]杜鹃鸟, 布谷鸟




1    rearrange   vt.再排列, 重新整理



1     decorum    n.礼貌

1    humdinger   n.极出色的人
    conversation
1                adj.对话的, 会话的, 健谈的
         al
                 n.否决, 禁止, 否决权vt.否决,
1     vetoes
                 禁止
                 n.<美>[教]主修课,
1     majors     [律]成年人, [乐]大调adj.主修的,
                 成年的, 大调的vi.主修



2    momentary   adj.瞬间的, 刹那间的



1   schoolyard n.校园, 运动场
2     eighty     num.八十, 八十个

2     dayton     代顿[美国俄亥俄州西南部城市]
                 n.锯木匠, 漂流水中的树木,
1     sawyer
                 [昆]显赫天牛(其幼虫钻木为穴)


2     sequoia    n.[植] 美洲杉




1      heath     n.[植]石南, 石南树丛
                 adj.溶解的, 有偿付能力的,
1     solvent    有溶解力n.溶媒, 溶剂, 解决方法
                 adj.工业的, 产业的, 实业的,
1   industrial 从事工业的n.工业工人,
                 [商]工业股票

2      wheat     n.小麦, 小麦色, 淡黄色, 朴实的人

                 n.(砖, 石灰等的)窑, 炉,
1      kiln      干燥炉vt.烧窑, 在干燥炉干燥



1   anticipated anticipated预先的 预期的


                 n.否决, 禁止, 否决权vt.否决,
9      veto
                 禁止
                 n.山顶, 顶点, 帽舌,
                 (记录的)最高峰adj.最高的vi.到达
2      peak      最高点, 消瘦, 缩小vt.使竖起,
                 使达到最高点
1    pamphlet    n.小册子
1     sanford    n.桑福德(m.)
                 Random Enquiry Display 快速随
2      fred      机询问显示           Fred
                 n.佛瑞德


    miscellaneou adj.各色各样混在一起, 混杂的,
1                多才多艺的
          s




1    consuming   adj.强烈的




                 vt.使失去勇气, 使身心交疲,
1    unnerving   使失常
                adj.温和的, 温柔的, 淡味的,
2     mild      轻微的, 适度的, 不含有害物质的的


                n.乡下人, 土头土脑的人,
3     hicks     反应迟钝的人

                n.原因, 导致某事发生的人或事,
                动机, 理由, 根据, 目标, 理想,
1    caused
                事业vt.引起, 惹起, 使(发生),
                促成
1   dreamless   adj.无梦的, 不做梦的
1     kirk      n.教会, 苏格兰教会




3    messes     n.混乱, 脏乱v.弄乱




                n.节日, 盛宴, 筵席, 宴会,
1    feasted    酒席vt.盛宴, 款待, 享乐,
                请客vi.参加宴会, 享受


                MIAabbr.missing in action
2      mia
                战斗中失踪的(人)

                n.底, 底部, 尽头,
1    bottoms    末端adj.底部的vt.装底, 查明真相,
                测量深浅vi.到达底部, 建立基础




                n.满期, 呼出, 呼气,
1   expiration <古>终止
1    calcium     n.[化]钙(元素符号Ca)




1      fay       n.小仙子v.接合


1    reopens     v.重开, 再开始

                 n.方向, 方位, 定位, 倾向性,
1   orientation 向东方

1   alexandra    n.亚历山德拉(f.)

                 n.龙, 凶暴的人,
1    dragons     严厉而有警觉性的女人

                 n.比率, 速度, 等级, 价格,
2     rates      费用vt.估价, 认为, 鉴定等级,
                 责骂vi.被评价, 责骂
                 pos 便壶,夜壶       POabbr.
2       po       1.邮政汇票 (postal order) 2.邮局
                 (post office)  Po     n.波河
                 斯达(放射性强度单位,
1    stating
                 等于3.64×10的-7次方居里)

1    spurred     adj.装有马刺的

                 adj.迷人的, 有迷惑力的,
1   intriguing
                 引起兴趣(或好奇心)的

1    thingies    物(体)的, 物质的 实际的

1   concession n.让步

1   traumatized vt.[医] 使受损伤, 使受精神上创伤

                 n.<法>妇女长睡衣,
3    negligee    随便的衣着
                 vi.扩大, 详述, 膨胀vt.使扩大,
2    dilating
                 使膨胀
                n.圣人, 道德崇高的人,
                圣徒adj.神圣v.成为圣徒
2     saint     SAINT=Satellite Inspection and
                Interception 卫星监控与拦截


1   houseboy    n.男仆, 僮仆




1    haunts     v.神鬼出没




1    gladly     gladlyadv.高兴地, 欢喜地, 乐意地




1     hind      adj.后边的, 后面的




                adv.往, 去, 回, 向后      Fro
1      fro      [frEu] [美俚](=Afro)非洲发型



7   mozzarella n.一种意大利干酪, 色白味淡的


                修截苗根,
1   wrenching   苗木铲根(铲根时苗木不起土或部分
                起土)




3   boundaries n.边界, 分界线
1    stardom    n.演员的身份, 演员们




                n.<法>妇女长睡衣,
1   negligees   随便的衣着



1    existed    vi.存在, 生存, 生活, 继续存在



1   playmate    n.玩伴, 游伴




4   saltwater   adj.盐水的, 海产的




                adj.盐腌的, 盐味的, 有经验的,
1    salted     (动物)有免疫力的




1    bourbon    n.波旁皇族, 政治上之极端保守分子


3   birthing    n.出生, 产生, 出身
                vt.享受...的乐趣, 欣赏,
1    enjoys
                喜爱v.满意
                adj.私人的, 个人的, 亲自的,
1   personals   容貌的, 身体的, 人身的,
                针对个人的adj.[语法]人称的
                n.(=barbecue)烤肉野餐,
1   barbequed   烤肉架v.烤肉,用调料烤(肉)
2    destined    destinedadj.去往„的


                 n.发出砰的响声的人(或物),
1     poppers    服药成瘾者




2    jalapeno    墨西哥胡椒


                 n.进口货(常用复数), 进口, 输入,
                 意思, 重要性vt.输入, 进口,
1    importing
                 含...的意思, 重要,
                 引入vi.有关系, 有重要性
                 n.<口>(配合特定场景发出气
1    smellier    味的)气味电影

1      villa     n.别墅, <英>城郊小屋




1    jeopardize v.危害


                 n.皈依者vt.使转变,
1     convert    转换...,使...改变信仰
                 <法>
1      bleu      adj.(奶酪)有蓝色(或绿色)霉菌花纹
                 的



1    pastries    n.面粉糕饼, 馅饼皮




                 霍布斯(①姓氏 ②Thomas, 1588-
1     hobbes     1679, 英国哲学家)


19     cohen     科恩(姓氏)
                 vt.组织, 使有机化,
2   organizing
                 给予生机vi.组织起来
                 adj.亲近的, 亲密的, 近, (车,
                 马等)左侧的, 吝啬的adv.(时间,
1    nearest     空间方面)近, 不远prep.在...近旁,
                 近...v.接近, 走近
2     taylor     n.泰勒(m.& f.)
                 adj.性爱的, 性欲的,
1     erotic
                 色情的n.好色之徒
1   unpopular    adj.不流行的, 不受欢迎的
                 n.大叫, 呐喊, 喘息声, 哮喘声,
1     whoop      小块vi.叫喊, 喘息vt.高声说, 唤起



1     stains     n.污点, 瑕疵v.染污, 沾污




1     disney     n.迪斯尼




1   scratcher    n.抓扒者, 抓扒工具




1    implied     adj.暗指的, 含蓄的




1     tends      vi.趋向, 往往是vt.照管, 护理
1    accurate   adj.正确的, 精确的




2   bookstore   n.书店



                n.善意地取笑,
1     banter
                逗弄v.善意的与人开玩笑



1   construed   v.解释, 分析, 直译



                adj.简单的, 简易的, 朴素的,
2    simpler    简朴的, 天真的, 率直的,
                无经验的, 易受骗的


1   winterberry n.[植]美洲冬青


                n.答复, 报复, 答辩vi.答复, 回击,
1     reply     报复, 答辩vt.回答

                n.(摔跤运动中)压住对方头部或颈后
2     nelson    及一臂或二臂的手法         Nelson
                [5nelsn] 纳尔逊(姓氏, 男子名)

2   reviewing   vt.回顾, 复习n.回顾, 复习, 评论
1    offstage   offstagen.舞台内部, 舞台后面


1   testicles   n.[解]睾丸
1    satine     缎光整理 轧光




1    raffia     n.[植]酒椰, 酒椰叶的纤维




1    gingham    n.有条纹或方格纹的棉布, 洋伞


                n.淀粉, [喻] 拘谨, 古板, 生硬
1    starch     Starchn. 1.淀粉 2.浆粉

1   bloomers    bloomersn.灯笼裤


1   butterfly   n.[动]蝴蝶蝶泳

1     sutra     n.佛经, 经典

                n.(=tweezers)镊子,
1    tweezer    钳子v.用镊子拔(毛,刺等)



2    booger     (=bugger)[方]干燥的鼻粘液




1    wedlock    n.结婚生活, 婚姻n.[律]结婚的状态
2    minded     adj.有...思想的




                marvelousadj.引起惊异的,
1   marvelous   不可思议的, 非凡的



                adj.装作聪明的,
5    chichi
                故作时髦的n.虚伪,小题大作




1    winger     n. 〈足球〉侧翼运动员
              n.孤儿,
1   orphans   失去生母的幼小动物adj.无双亲的,
              孤儿的vt.使成孤儿
1   neglected   adj.被忽视的
1   incapable   adj.无能力的, 不能的




1    sobfest    伤心落泪的场合 互相倾吐苦情



1   fortieth    num.第四十, 四十分之一


3   paradise    n.天堂


1     midst     n.中间prep.在...中间


1     haven     n.港口, 避难所


1     eden      n.[圣经]伊甸园, 乐园
               n.(纸牌或骰子)幺点,
               王牌飞行员(击落敌机五架以上者)ad
               j.一流的abbr.[军] Allied Command
1     aces     Europe, 欧洲盟军司令部
               ACE=Advisory Centre for
               Education 教育咨询中心[英]


1   dispensing vt.分发, 分配



               adj.快活的, 精神的, 有弹性的,
4    bouncy    自大的


               adj.陡峭的, 险峻的, 急剧升降的,
1    steeped   不合理的n.悬崖, 峭壁, 浸渍,
               浸渍液v.浸, 泡, 沉浸

               n.本地人, 土产, 土人adj.本国的,
1    native    出生地的, 本地的, 与生俱来的,
               天赋的, 土产的, 土著的




1   mitzvahs   n.戒律, 德行




1     botts    n.肤蝇的幼虫, 马胃蝇蛆
                n.风味, 强烈的兴趣, 热情,
1     zest      热心vt.给...调味


1    valium     n. 〈药〉安定(商标名称)



1     aglow     adj.通红的, 发红的adv.发红地




1   collective adj.集体的n.集体



                n.铲, 铁锹v.铲          SPADE=Spare
                Parts Analysis,Documentation
2     spade     andEvaluation备用元件分析、文件
                编制及评定


                vt.拥抱, 互相拥抱, 包含, 收买,
1   embracing   信奉vi.拥抱n.拥抱

1     nuns      n.修女, 尼姑

1   feasible    adj.可行的, 切实可行的

1   barbados    n.巴巴多斯岛



1   intricate   adj.复杂的, 错综的, 难以理解的


                n.轻快的双轮马车,
2    sidecar    (附于摩托车旁的)边车, 跨斗
1      dome     n.圆屋顶




1   windscreen n.风档玻璃
                n.美国印第安人的圆锥形帐篷
1     teepee
                Teepee [5ti:pi:] 超视距雷达

                v.跳, 蹦, 急速改变, 跳读, 遗漏,
1     skiped    跳跃n.跳跃

                v.劈开, (使)裂开, 分裂,
                分离n.裂开, 裂口, 裂痕
1     splits
                Split [split]
                斯普利特(南斯拉夫港市)


1     starred   adj.被派任为主角, 点缀着星星的




1   photocopying n.影印v.影印



                (尤其供公开发表的)个人简历(biogr
1       bio     aphy的缩写)


                adj.暖和的, 暖的, 温暖的,
                色情的, 激烈的, 热烈的, 多情的,
                兴奋的adv.(常用以构成复合词)暖和
1     warmed    地vt.使温暖, 弄热, 使兴奋,
                使热烈vi.变暖和, 变温暖, 激动,
                同情, 爱好n.暖, 保暖物


1     regime    n.政体, 政权, 政权制度
4     readers   n.读者, 读物, 读本, 读卡机



1     fitness   n.适当, 适切性



1    moderation n.适度

1      diets    n.通常所吃的食物, 会议


                EBE=Electron Beam Evaporator
1       ebe     电子束蒸发器




                n.记录员, 录音[像]机n.[计]
5    recorder   宏录制器, 记录器




                adj.富的, 有钱的, 富有的,
1     riched    富饶的, 肥沃的, 充足的, 丰富的




45      im      IM=Induction Motor 感应电动机




                n.伪善之言, 黑话, 隐语, 斜面,
24     cant     角落vi.讲黑话, 倾斜




1    impressing vt.印, 盖印, 留下印象



1    emphasis   n.强调, 重点
1    cramming   crammingn.塞满, 填鸭式的用功

    triskaidekap
1                n.恐数字13症
        hobia
1      bogota    Bogotan.波哥大(哥伦比亚首都)
                n.[地]齿状山脊, [鱼]马鲛
2     sierra    Sierra [5siErE]
                通讯中用以代表字母S的词
                n.代表会议, 劳工代表会议, 苏联,
1     soviet    苏维埃adj.苏联的, 苏维埃的
                Soviet [5sEuviet] adj.苏联的


1     nations   n.国家, 民族



1   headhunter n.猎取人头的蛮人

9   bamboozled vt.欺骗, 迷惑
                n.地位,
1      rungs    横档vbl.ring的过去式和过去分词

3     mayhem    n.伤害罪之一种, 故意的伤害罪

                n.哥伦比亚(南美洲西北部的一个国
1    colombia   家,首都为波哥大Bogota)


                v.决定, 确定, 测定, 使下定决心,
1   determines [律]使终止


1    stinking   adj.臭的, 烂醉的, 讨厌的


2     houston   n.休斯顿


                adj.坏的, 邪恶的, 缺德的,
6     wicked    不道德的, 恶劣的, 刻毒的, 淘气的
               vt.遭受, 经历, 忍受vi.受痛苦,
1    suffer    受损害


1    speedy    adj.快的, 迅速的


               v.n.猛拉       Yank   [jANk]
1     yank     美国佬


               n.规则, 惯例, 统治, 章程,
               破折号, 准则, 标准, 控制vt.规定,
1    ruled     统治, 支配, 裁决vi.统治, 管辖,
               裁定n.规则, 水线

1   monarch    n.君主
1   bifocals   adj.双焦点的




2   spiteful   adj.怀恨的, 恶意的




1    albeit    conj.虽然



1     burp     n.饱嗝儿, 打嗝v.打饱嗝

1   clothed    vt.给...穿衣, 覆盖

1    taxing    adj.繁重的, 费力的

               <西>n.母亲,妈妈
3    madre     MADRE=Magnetic Drum Receiving
               Equipment 磁鼓接收装置
                n.(locus的复数)所在点,中心,[数]
1      loca     轨迹,[生]基因座

1   dispenses   dispensesv.分配,分与
                n.(三角裤与胸罩分开的)比基尼泳装
                Bikini [bi5ki:ni]
1    bikinis    比基尼岛(太平洋中马绍尔群岛中的
                一个珊瑚岛,
                1946年美国原子弹实验地)

1    revised    vt.修订, 校订, 修正, 修改

                dohn. 〈音〉C大调的第1音
1      doh      DoHabbr. (英国)卫生部
                (Department of Health)


1   temperature n.温度


                贝加明延令草            Benjamin
1    benjamin   [5bendVEmin]   n.本杰明(男子名)



1    helpless   adj.无助的, 无能的, 没用的




                adj.实行的, 执行的,
1   executive   行政的n.执行者, 经理主管人员




1     bathe     v.沐浴, 洗, (光线)充满n.洗澡



2    entitled   有资格的

                adj.生死攸关的, 重大的, 生命的,
1     vital     生机的, 至关重要的, 所必需的
                n.泵, 抽水机vt.(用泵)抽(水),
2      pump
                抽吸
                  n.女儿adj.女儿的, 如女儿的,
1     daughters   关系如女儿的




                  保姆, 奶妈       Nanny [`nAnI]
26      nanny     n.Ann 的昵称n.<英>保姆




                  v.闪烁, 闪耀, (使)闪光n.闪烁,
1     twinkles
                  发光, 牛眼

1    knickknacks n.小玩意儿

1      orangey    adj.(尤指在颜色或滋味方面)似橙的

1     cluttered   n.混乱

2    transition n.转变, 转换, 跃迁, 过渡, 变调



3    statistical adj.统计的, 统计学的




     reconfigurat
3                 结构变形, 重新配置
          ion




2     factoring   因子分解, 因式分解



                  adj.脂肪的, 含脂肪的, 脂肪状的,
1       fatty
                  [医]脂肪过多n.胖子

1    delegating n.代表vt.委派...为代表
                vt.想望, 期望, 希望,
1    desire     请求(官方丈礼)n.愿望, 心愿,
                要求v.要求



3    abysmal    adj.深不可测的, 无底的



1   precooking precooking预煮
               adj.外面的, 下台的,
               出局的adv.在外, 出声地,
1      outs    显露出来地, 明显地,
               从头至尾地n.外面, 外出,
               外观vt.赶出, 击倒,
               使退场vi.外出, 暴露prep.通过
               n.递送, 交付, 分娩, 交货,
1   deliveries 引渡n.[律]
               财产等的正式移交发送,传输
               飞机应急雷达发射机         Walter
3     walter   [5wC:ltE(r)]
               n.沃尔特(亦作Walt)(m.)
2   beginners   n.初学者




1   reviewer    n.批评家, 评论家




1   criticism   n.批评, 批判
    bouillabaiss n.<法>(由数种鱼肉合煮而成
3                的)浓味鱼肉汤
          e




2     admits     v.容许, 承认, 接纳




1      yolk      n.蛋黄, [生物] 卵黄


1     shallot    n.葱

5     duties     dutiesn.关税

                 n.年长者, 老人, 父辈adj.年长的,
1     elders     资格老的


1      sluts     n.荡妇, 懒妇, 母狗



1    salesgirl   n.女店员


1     messer     n.混乱, 脏乱v.弄乱

1     brazen     adj.黄铜制的, 厚颜无耻的

                 n.大猩猩, 壮而残暴的男人,
6     gorilla    <俚>歹徒(尤指使用暴力者)
1   beckoned    v.招手, 召唤




                n.半径, 范围, 辐射光线,
1    radius
                有效航程, 范围, 界限

1    upstage    adj.自负的


                adj.向舞台前方,
1   downstage   在舞台前adv.向舞台前方,
                在舞台前地n.舞台的前半部
                n.基本, 要素, 基础adj.基本的,
                碱性的n.[计]BASIC语言,
1    basics     基本高级语言
                BASIC=Beginners All-purpose
                Symbolic Instruction Code BASIC
                语言(初学者通用指令码)
2    ponders    v.沉思, 考虑
1    booklet    n.小册子
2   commence    v.开始, 着手


2   jamaican    n.牙买加人adj.牙买加(人)的




1    dialect    n.方言, 语调


2   glamorous   adj.富有魅力的, 迷人的


1   ambulance   n.战时流动医院, 救护车



1   utilities   n.效用, 有用
                 n.药物, 治疗法, 补救,
1    remedies    赔偿vt.治疗, 补救, 矫正, 修缮,
                 修补

                 adj.加香料的, 出产香料的,
4      spicy     辛辣的, 有风味的
                 n.调味瓶, 车辘, 小脚轮
2     castor     Castor [5kB:stE]
                 [天]北河二(双子座α星)
1     suttle     adj.净重的n.净重

3    kangaroo    n.[动]袋鼠


1   unsuitable adj.不适合的, 不相称的

1       thx      ThX=thorium X钍X(镭的同位素)

                 n.上升, 增加, 上涨, 高地, 小山,
                 发生, 出现vi.升起, 起身, 发源,
3      rise      起义, 高耸, 增长, 上升,
                 复活vt.使飞起           RISE=Research
                 in Supersonic Environment
                 超声环境的研究
                 n.特效药, 细节adj.详细而精确的,
3    specifics   明确的, 特殊的, 特效的,
                 [生物]种的

1    crouching   vi.蜷缩, 蹲伏

1   generating 发生, 产生
                 n.敌人, 仇敌, [集合名词]敌军,
1      enemy     [喻]大敌adj.敌人的, 敌方的


    comprehendin vt.领会, 理解, 包括(包含),
1                由...组成
          g


                 n.作衣服饰物用之小金属片,
1     sequin     古威尼斯金币
                 vi.<口>(尤指在白天)小睡,
1     snooze     打盹儿vt.懒散地打发日子n.打盹儿,
                 瞌睡

    repercussion
1                n.弹回, 反响, (光、声等的)反射
          s

1   catastrophic adj.悲惨的, 灾难的

1   acknowledged adj.公认的

1     induce     vt.劝诱, 促使, 导致, 引起, 感应




1     sinuses    n.窦, 穴, 湾, 凹处




1    calendars   n.日历, 历法


1    irritated   adj.恼怒的,生气的
1    enchilada   n.以辣椒调味之一种墨西哥菜

1    irritate    vt.激怒, 使急躁v.刺激



1     peppers    n.胡椒粉



2   wheelchair n.轮椅

2   transcriber 誊写者 抄录器 读数器 信息转换器

1     tangles    n.混乱状态v.处于混乱状态
                  n.缝摺, 活力, 鼓声,
                  船尾突出部下方,
1       tucks     食物(尤指点心、蛋糕)vt.打摺,
                  卷起, 挤进, 塞,
                  使隐藏vi.折成摺子, 缩拢

1    stethoscope n.听诊器vt.用听诊器诊断

1    instruments n.工具, 手段, 器械, 器具, 手段

1     wheeling    n. wheeling and dealing 不择手段

1      sprite     n.鬼怪, 小妖精, 调皮鬼

                  Stationary Tank Automatic Target
1       stats     System, 静止坦克自动目标系统
                  n.布丁(一种以面粉,牛奶,鸡蛋等为
1      pudding
                  基料的糊壮甜食)

12   registration n.注册, 报到, 登记

                  n.床, 基础, 路基, 河底, 海底,
                  一堆, 一层vt.安置, 嵌入, 使睡,
                  栽种vi.上床, 分层
1       beds      BED=Bridge-Element Delay
                  电桥元延迟 =big end down
                  上小下大钢锭模             BEdabbr.
                  教育学士 (Bachelor of Education)
1     ferdinand   n.男子名
1     november    n.十一月(略作Nov)
2      widower    n.鳏夫

1     buttocks    buttocksn.臀部

1      breech     n.臀部

5      dilated    adj.加宽的, 扩大的

1      burnett    伯内特(姓氏)

3      admire     v.赞美, 钦佩, 羡慕
                 abbr.sudden ionospheric
6       sid      disturbance
                 (通常由太阳引起的)电离层突然骚动

                 vt.<口>捉住, 逮捕, 抢夺
                 NAB=National Association of
1     nabbed     Broadcasters
                 全国广播工作者协会[美]


1      acne      n.痤疮, 粉刺



1     pelvis     n.[解]骨盆


1    overview    n.一般观察, 总的看法


    comprehensiv adj.全面的, 广泛的,
1                能充分理解的, 包容的
          e

    mathematicia
1                n.数学家
          n

1   neurologist n.神经学者, 神经科专门医师

1    stinkers    n.发恶臭之人(动物或物体), 臭鬼


1     humped     humpedadj.有肉峰的, 有瘤的

                 vi.叫喊, 说怨言, 抱怨,
1     holler
                 发牢骚vt.大声叫喊n.叫喊

                 vt.施肥, 使丰饶, 使受精, 使肥沃,
1    fertilize   使多产


                 n.羊叫声vi.羊叫
1       baa      BAA=Bachelor of Art and
                 Architecture 美术和建筑学士
1   unbuttoning vt.解开...的钮扣vi.解开钮扣


                 n.庞然大物,
1     buster     非凡的人(或物)n.小鬼, 小家伙,
                 茁壮的孩子

    typographica
1                adj.印刷上的, 排字上的
          l

1     forking    分叉, 分支 河流分叉作用

1     bernard    n.伯纳德(男子名)




1   centimeter n.厘米




1     metric     adj.米制的, 公制的
                 n.旗, 军旗, 标准, 规格,
2    standards   本位adj.标准的, 权威, 第一流的

1   restricted adj.受限制的, 有限的

                 deprivedadj.缺乏足够教育的;缺少
2    deprived    食物的
                 n.[圣经]黛利拉(迷惑大力士参孙Sam
1     delilah
                 son之妖妇), 妖妇
                 adj.&
                 n.(化妆品的)浅黄褐色(的)
2     rachels
                 Rachel [5reitFEl] n.
                 雷切尔(女子名)
                 n.(戏剧的)最后一场, 结局, 终了,
1     finale     最后的一个乐章, 终曲
                foreplayn.性交前的爱抚, 前奏,
1   foreplay
                前戏
                n.[律]证人, 目击者, 证据, 证明,
1   witnessed   证词vt.目击, 为...作证, 证明,
                表明vi.作证, 成为证据

1     arse      n.屁股, <英>饭桶, 笨蛋



1    orgasm     n.极度兴奋, 兴奋的高潮

1     arent     红砂质新成土



1    optimum    n.最适宜adj.最适宜的




                vt.构思, 以为, 持有vi.怀孕,
1   conceiving 考虑, 设想



1     knelt     vbl.kneel的过去式和过去分词


2    peaking    剧烈增加

1    theres     adv.在那里

                n.朗诵, 背诵, 叙述, 独奏会,
1   recitals    独唱会

1    nursing    n.看护, 养育

1   stimulate   vt.刺激, 激励v.刺激, 激励

                adj.亚美尼亚的,
1   armenian    亚美尼亚人的n.亚美尼亚人,
                亚美尼亚语

                adj.<古>=lukewarm
2     luke      Luke [lu:k] 卢克(男子名,
                《圣经》中译为“路加”)
                 pron.[主格]她         SHE=Signal
10     shes      Handling Equipment信号操纵设备
                 She [FE] 禽族, 禽族人
                 n.习惯, 惯常活动adj.惯于,
3      wont
                 常常vi.习惯vt.使习惯于
                 abbr.Pan American Union
1      paus      [史]泛美联盟
                 波城[法国西南部城市](避寒胜地)

                 Agricultural Adjustment Act
1       aaa      农业调整法

3    pamphlets   n.小册子




                 n.选举之投票, 民意测验v.投票,
1      poll      获得选票, 选举中获得



                 n.冲洗, 漂流物, 观望,
                 漂流v.(使)漂流
1     drifts     DRIFT=Diversity Receiving
                 Instrumentation For Telemetry
                 遥测分集接收仪表装置,
                 遥测用分集接收器



2      heres     n.继承者




                 adj.伟岸的, 魁梧的,
1    strapping   身材高大健壮的n.皮带材料, 橡皮膏




1    producing   producingn.生产的
1        mam     n.<英方>妈


1    occupation n.职业, 占有, 占有(房屋等)期间


1     reported   据报告的 据报导的 据传闻的




                 n.政府官员, 军官, 警官,
1     officers   船长vt.指挥




10     mckenna   麦肯纳(姓氏)




     disappointin
1                 adj.使人失望的, 令人失望的
           g


                 consistently一贯地, 一向,
1    consistently 始终如一地


                 塔尔萨[美国俄克拉菏马州东北部城
50      tulsa    市]

15    oklahoma   n.俄克拉荷马州

                 n.浸渍者, 汲取的人, 浸染工,
1      dipper    显影液容器, 北斗七星

     traditionall
1                 traditionallyadv.传统上, 传说上
           y

                 n.[小儿语] 妈咪, [口头语] 妈妈,
2       mummy    木乃伊, 干瘪的人

2      burping   n.饱嗝儿, 打嗝v.打饱嗝
                 n.浸渍者, 汲取的人, 浸染工,
4     dippers
                 显影液容器, 北斗七星
1      crier     n.传令员, 叫卖者, 喊叫者, 哭泣者



1     cuttie     n.海雀




1   grandmothers n.祖母


1    misshapen   adj.奇形怪状的, 畸形的

                 n.鸭子, 急忙蹲下, 闪避,
1     ducked     <俚> 人, 家伙vi.没入水中,
                 闪避vt.猛按...入水, 躲避

                 n.尝试v.试, 试图, 努力, 试验,
1      trys      磨难, 考验, 审问

2    drifting    adj.漂流的, 飘动的
                 n.<口>(社交场合的)介绍,
1      intro
                 爵士乐(或流行音乐)的引子


                 adj.犹太教所规定允许的,
1     kosher     合适的vt.使合适


                 n.固定器, 定色剂, 定影剂,
1      fixer
                 把事情暗中完结的人, 毒贩子

1   thermometer n.温度计, 体温计


1    mesquite    mesquiten.(=mesquit)豆科灌木




2    relocated   v.重新部署
                adj.苗条的, 纤细的, 不足取的,
                无价值的, 细长的v.变细, 减肥
2      slim     SLIM=Special Language
                Interpreting
                Matrix专用语言翻译矩阵
2    pickings   v.采摘

1      strep    n.链锁状球菌

2    lollypop   n.糖果, 棒棒糖
2     hellos    int.喂, 哈罗
3      waldo    n.沃尔多(m.)
                n.(=libration) 解放, 释放
                LIB库文件,LINK工具将使用它来连
2       lib     接各种输入库,以便最终生成EXE文
                件。        Libabbr. 自由党
                (Liberal party)
                n.离开者,<英>(即将)离校(就
2     leaver    业)者

                n.喷射, 黑玉v.喷射adj.黑玉色的,
2      jets     墨黑的喷气机

    professional
1                professionallyadv.专业地, 内行地
         ly


1     parole    n.诺言, 誓言vt.有条件释放, 假释




1       biz     n.[计] (=business) 商业(新闻组)




1    tuesdays   adv.每星期二
1     jenkins   煤柱中的窄道



                threesomen.三倍的, 三人一组,
1   threesomes 三人的竞赛, 一人对两人的比赛



                adj.和气的, 有民间风味的,
1     folksy    友好的, 无拘束的



1    acoustic   adj.有关声音的, 声学的, 音响学的

                羊毛 绒毛       Lana [`lAnE,
1      lana     `lB:nE] n.拉娜(Helen
                的异体)(f.)

1   surprising adj.令人惊讶的

1    caffeine   n.咖啡因, 茶精(兴奋剂)


2     rubella   n.[医]风疹




5   pediatrician n.儿科医师


    diagnosticia
2                n.诊断医生, 诊断专家
          n

2      thru     adv.穿过prep.经过, 通过

                n.突围, (感情等)迸发, 俏皮话,
4      sally    远足v.突围, 出发          Sally
                [5sAli] n. 萨利(女子名)
                <苏>
1       ane
                n.(=one)一adj.(=one)一个的
                 n.[鱼]鲨鱼, 骗子<俚>内行,
10    sharks     专家v.敲诈




2       ny       NYabbr. (美国)纽约(New York)

16    hayley     n.海莉(f.)

1     garters    n.吊袜带v.吊袜带吊住


2    memorable   adj.值得纪念的, 难忘的

1      cult      n.礼拜, 祭仪, 一群信徒, 礼拜式

1     sniffer    sniffern.嗅探器, 以鼻吸毒者

1    molesting   vt.骚乱, 困扰, 调戏

                 vt.打(谷), (用棍、鞭等)痛打,
                 打败, 使逆行, 胜过, 使颠簸,
1     thrash
                 推敲vi.打谷, 击, 颠簸,
                 逆行n.打谷, 逆风浪行进

1    objectify   vt.使客观化



1      mamma     n.妈妈, 乳房




1    crocodile   n.鳄鱼, 鳄鱼皮


                 adj.欢乐的, 高兴的, 快活的
1     jollys     Jolly [5dVCli] 耐火砖成型机


                 n.魔鬼, 撒旦       Lucifer
1     lucifer    [5lu:sifE] [诗]金星 晓星
               n.节日, 盛宴, 筵席, 宴会,
1   feasting   酒席vt.盛宴, 款待, 享乐,
               请客vi.参加宴会, 享受


               n.吊着晃来晃去之物, 耳环,
1   danglers   追逐女人的男人




1   celebrated adj.著名的




               Faroe Islands, 法罗群岛
1      fo      FOabbr. 英国外交部 (Foreign
               Office)




1    widows    n.寡妇v.使成寡妇(或鳏夫)




1     tours    图尔斯(姓氏)
1      tern     n.三个一组, [鸟]燕鸥




1     unfroze   v unfreeze的过去式




1   archeologist n.考古学家




2      terns    n.三个一组, [鸟]燕鸥


                unstoppableadj.无法停止的无法阻
1   unstoppable 碍的


1   broadcasting n.广播

                v.(使)繁殖, 教养, 抚养n.品种,
1      breed
                种类

                n.<拉>活力, 精力      VIS=
1       vis     Visible Spectrometry
                可见光谱测量

1     hayleys   n.海莉(f.)
2     cactus    n.[植]仙人掌




1   turbulences n.骚乱, 动荡, (液体或气体的)紊乱

1     soiled    soiled污染的



1   unscented   adj.无气味的无香味的



1    shrinks    v.收缩, (使)皱缩, 缩短

                cign.<口>香烟雪茄烟(cigare
                tte或cigar的缩略)
1      cig
                CIG=Chemical Ion Generator
                化学的离子发生器
3     shrew     n.泼妇



1     trivia    n.琐事




1      ruse     n.诡计
5    claudia    n.克劳迪娅(f.)




                n.喃喃而语, 咕哝,
2    mumbling
                闭嘴细嚼v.喃喃而语, 咕哝
                entreen.入场许可,
1    entrees    <英>两道正菜间的小菜,
                <美>主菜



                n.蜗牛, 迟钝的人v.捉蜗牛,
1     snails    缓慢移动




1    risotto    n.意大利调味饭(肉汤加干酪等制成)




1   sensitivity n.敏感, 灵敏(度), 灵敏性

1    ovaries    n.(生物)卵巢, (植物)子房

1     smokie    除内脏去头熏鳕




1   hideousness v.骇人听闻的, 可怕的adj.丑恶的
1     blunt     adj.钝的, 生硬的




1   presently   adv.目前, 不久



1    offing     n.近海(视野范围内的海面)



1   bloodhound n.一种大侦探犬

1     thou      pro.你

1    needn't    need not之缩写


                n.空间, 间隔, 距离, 空地, 余地,
1    spaces     一段时间vt.留间隔, 隔开




1    ditches    n.沟, 沟渠, 壕沟



                JISabbr.Japanese Industrial
1      jis
                Standards, 日本工业标准

1   manhandle   vt.人工推动, 粗暴地对付

                n.意大利面制品,
1    pastas     意大利面食(包括通心粉及面条等)
1   threadbare adj.穿破旧衣服的, 俗套的
               vt.包含, 容纳,
1    contain   容忍vi.自制v.[军]牵制(敌军)v.[数
               ]可被...除尽
               n.(=avenue)大街, 途径, 林荫大道
               AVE=Atmosphere Variability
               Experiment 大气可变性试验
1      ave     Aveabbr. 街 (avenue)
               n.福哉马利亚,颂赞的祈祷,万福,万
               福马利亚

               SPI=Single Program Initiation
1      spi     单个程序启动

2    basinet   n.一种轻钢盔

5     salon    n.沙龙




               v.(使)旋转, 急动, 急走n.旋转,
1     whirl    —连串快速的活动




1    talons    n.爪, 魔爪
1    swirling   swirling旋涡 涡流




1   misconstrues vt.误解, 曲解




1     faucet    n.龙头, 旋塞, (连接管子的)插口




2      eagle    n.鹰, 鹰状标饰
1   aggression n.进攻, 侵略




1    ablaze   adj.adv.着火的, 激动的, 闪耀的




1     fatso   n.胖子, 胖家伙(作称呼用,含贬意)



1     scram   n.紧急刹车vi.滚开


1     moly    n.有白花和黑根的魔草
               n.磅, 英镑, 重击, 鱼塘, 兽栏,
               拘留所vt.强烈打击, 捣烂, 监禁,
1     pounded  关入栏vi.连续重击, 连续敲打,
               苦干     Pound [paund]
               庞德(姓氏)
               n.夏敦埃酒(一种类似夏布利酒的无
1   chardonnay 甜味白葡萄酒)


              n. 鸡巴,阳物      Willie
2    willie   [5wili] 威利(男子名, William
              的昵称)
1   separation n.分离, 分开



1   sincerely   adv.真诚地

2   reconsider v.重新考虑, 重新审议

                adj.优美的, 高雅的, 精致的,
2   exquisite   剧烈的, 异常的, 细腻的, 敏锐的


                n.记录员, 录音[像]机n.[计]
1   recorders   宏录制器, 记录器



1   livelihood n.生计, 谋生

               adj.雷鸣的, 雷一般响亮的,
1   thundering 非常的<口>极大的,
               异乎寻常的n.打雷adv.非常, 异常




1    wyoming    n.怀俄明州(美国州名)




1   exaggerated adj.夸大的, 言过其实的, 夸张的
1    charmed    adj.喜悦的, 着迷的




2     ergo      adv.因此, 由是




                adj.卡嗒卡嗒的, 活泼的,
1   rattling    很好的adv.极佳, 很, 非常




                ut infra (=as below)如下所述,
2      ui       如下所示          UIabbr.User
                Interface,用户界面




1   carnival    n.狂欢节, 饮宴狂欢


1   cheapest    adj.便宜的, 不值钱的

1     goto      gotov.转到


                v.<书>杀, 杀死, 宰杀,
1    slayed     杀害, 宰杀, 杀死



                n.五行打油诗(一种通俗幽默短诗,
2   limericks   有五行组成,韵式为aabba)


1      oof      n.<俚>钱, 现钞, [拳击]力量
                a欣赏的, 有欣赏力的, 表示感激的,
1   appreciative 承认有价值的




4   prospective adj.预期的


1     firing    n.开火, 生火, 烧窑, 烘烤

                and Logistics Management Office
1      elmo     工程与后勤管理局( AUS.MERDC)
                n.希腊字母第 12 字
1       mu
                MU=Machine Unit 机组




1     proven    vbl.prove的过去分词




               n.玛德琳蛋糕(一种贝壳状重油小蛋
2   madeleines 糕)      Madeleine [5mAdElin, -
               lein] n. 马德琳(女子名)




1     cattle    n.牛, 家养牲畜
                 n.商标, 牌子, 烙印vt.打火印,
1    branding    污辱



1     mannish    adj.男子似的, 成人似的


1     athlete    n.运动员, 运动选手


    recommendati
1                n.推荐, 介绍(信), 劝告, 建议
         on

                 v.背诵, 朗读, 叙述,
2     recites    [律]书面陈述(事实)

1      bakes     v.烘焙, 烤, 烧硬

2      mice      micen.老鼠

1    academia    n.学术界, 学术环境




1    education   n.教育, 训导, 训练, 培养, 教育学




1    whimsical   adj.反复无常的, 古怪的




1   disapproves v.不赞成
1   development n.发展




1    cerebral   adj.脑的, 大脑的




1    mixture    n.混合, 混合物, 混合剂




1   calendula   n.[植]金盏草




1   unorthodox adj.非正统的, 异教的, 异端的



                n.怀疑论者, 无神论者,
2    skeptic    怀疑宗教的人


                int.呼!(表示激动,高兴,轻蔑,赞同
1      hoos
                等)


                n.欢迎vt.欢迎int.欢迎adj.受欢迎
1    welcomed   的



1    camellia   n.[植]茶属, 茶花, 山茶

2   movements   n.运动, 动作, 运转, 乐章
                  n.血管, 静脉, 叶脉, 翅脉, 矿脉,
1       vein      纹理, 性情, 心绪vt.使成脉络,
                  象脉络般分布于
22     bitsy      adj.<口>小的,极小的
                  vi.皱眉, 蹙额, 不赞成,
2      frowns
                  反对v.皱眉

1     included    adj.包括的, 内藏的


1    appliances n.用具, 器具

5    catherine    n.凯瑟琳(女子名)
                  n.破产者adj.破产了的,
1     bankrupt
                  完全丧失vt.使破产
1    deductible adj.可扣除的
1    emphasises n.强调, 重点
                  adj.恭敬的, 尊敬的, 尊重人的,
1    respectful
                  有礼貌的
1     wiggling    v.(使)踌躇, 摆动n.踌躇, 摆动

1     antlers     n.鹿角, 茸角

1    customary    adj.习惯的, 惯例的

                  n.人群, 群众, 一堆(东西),
1      crowds     一伙v.群集, 拥挤, 挤满

                  v.发出卡嗒卡嗒声, 喋喋不休,
3      rattle     急忙地做n.吓吱声, 喋喋不休的人

1      magnum     n.大酒瓶(容量约为2/5加仑)

1     pinning     销连接

1    freelance    freelancen. 自由作家;自由记者

                  Lithuania , 立陶宛       LTabbr.
                  〈电〉低压的 (low tension)
1        lt
                  Ltabbr. = lieutenant 轻的
                  (light)
1     mortgage    n.抵押v.抵押
                 adj.较低的, 下级的, 下等的,
1     lowered    下游的vi.降低, 跌落,
                 减弱vt.放下, 降下, 减弱, 贬低
                 n.叩击, 轻拍, 轻敲, 斥责vt.敲,
                 拍, 打, 厉声说出, 斥责,
                 使着迷vi.敲击, 交谈abbr.[军]
2      raps      Rocket Assisted Projectile,
                 火箭助推炮弹            RAP=Read
                 Alphanumerically
                 Paper[计]读字母数字纸带
3      bitty     adj.片断的,细短的,支离破碎的
1     hippie     n.嬉皮, 嬉皮模样的年青人

1   malpractice n.玩忽职守
1   moustaches n.小胡子, (哺乳动物的)触须
1    hepatitis   n.[医]肝炎
                 Brazil , 巴西abbr.[军] Beam-
                 riding, 波束制导       BRabbr.
1       br       英国铁路公司 (British Rail)
                 Brabbr. 英国的 (British)symb
                 〈化〉溴 (bromine)
1    sinfully    sinfullyadv.罪孽深重地, 不道德地
                 adj.[口]时髦地, 豪华的, 漂亮的,
1      posh
                 优雅的, 极好的
                 adj.有关节的,
1   articulating 发音清晰的vt.用关节连接, 接合,
                 清晰明白地说
                 of Manufacturing
1        sme
                 Engineers制造工程师学会

1   considerate adj.考虑周到的

4      veal      n.小牛肉, 幼小的菜牛vt.宰小牛
1      pubic     adj.阴毛的, [解]阴部的, 耻骨的
1       ode      n.颂诗, 赋
1    physique    n.(男子的)体格, 体形

1   pretentious adj.自命不凡的
                 n.鸸鹋(产于澳洲的一种体型大而不
2      emus      会飞的鸟)    EMUabbr.
                 经济和货币联盟
                 vt.促进, 发扬, 提升, 提拔,
1    promotes
                 晋升为
                 n.叩击, 轻拍, 轻敲, 斥责vt.敲,
                 拍, 打, 厉声说出, 斥责,
                 使着迷vi.敲击, 交谈abbr.[军]
1     rapped     Rocket Assisted Projectile,
                 火箭助推炮弹            RAP=Read
                 Alphanumerically
                 Paper[计]读字母数字纸带
                 n.涡轮(发动机), 增压涡轮n.[计]
1      turbo     BROLAND公司开发的系列语言软件

1     brandy     n.白兰地酒, (夹心)糖果

1    anecdote    n.轶事, 奇闻
2     wallis     沃利斯(姓氏)

1   impersonate vt.模仿, 扮演, 人格化, 拟人
                 n.[动]水蟒(产于南美洲),似水蟒的
1    anaconda
                 大蟒
                 adj.软的, 柔软的, 温和的,
1     softer     温柔的, 不含酒精的n.软件

1     harshly    harshlyadv.严厉地, 苛刻地

1     berserk    adj.adv.狂暴的(地), 疯的(地)
                 n.(蒸馏开始和完毕时产生的)劣质酒
1     faints
                 精
1     ponder     v.沉思, 考虑

1   disciplining n.纪律, 学科v.训练
                 n.块(尤指小块), 肿块,
1      lump      笨人vt.使成块状, 混在一起, 忍耐,
                 笨重地移动vi.结块
1     crazed     adj.疯狂的, 癫狂的
2    decorator   n.油漆工
                 n.<英俚>警察    Bobby
1     bobbies    [5bCbi] 博比(男子名, Robert
                 的昵称)
1    arousing    vt.唤醒, 唤起, 鼓励, 引起vi.睡醒

1    canceling   vt.取消, 删去
                n.少年, 青年男子,
                <口>伙计,家伙(呢称)
                LAD=Library, Archives and
1      lad      Documentation Services Devision
                图书馆、档案及文献工作服务部(联
                合国UNESCO)
                n.药剂师, 配药员, 分配者,
1   dispenser
                施与者, 自动售货机
1   truthfully truthfullyadv.诚实地, 真实地
2   grounded   [计] 接(好)地的
               immaturityn.未成熟,
1   immaturity
               粗糙,未臻完美
1   disregard   v.不理漠视n.漠视, 忽视

2      hap      n.偶然, 机会, 运气vi.偶然发生

1      arg      ARG=autoradiography 放射自显影法

4    raccoon    n.<美>[动]浣熊, 浣熊毛皮

1    trusty     adj.可信赖
                n.便士, <美> 分    Penny
1    pennies    [5peni] 彭妮(女子名, Penelope
                的昵称)
1     mourn     v.哀悼, 忧伤, 服丧
4    frizzy     adj.卷曲的
                [圣]比拉多(Pontius,
1    pilates
                钉死耶稣的古代罗马的犹太总督)
1      mh       Marshall Islands , 马绍尔群岛
                n.一口vt.吸, 进晚餐,
                体验vi.吃晚饭, 啜饮
1      sup
                SUP=Sailors Union of the Pacific
                太平洋海员工会[美]
                Moldova, 摩尔多瓦          MDabbr.
                医学博士 (Doctor of Medicine)
1      md       Md.=Maryland
                马里兰(美国东部一州)
                [化]元素钔(mendelevium)的符号
1     scold     v.责骂, 申斥, 斥责
1   thoroughly adv.十分地, 彻底地
1    swipes     n.味道平淡的低级啤酒
               n.漂流物, 浮舟, 漂浮, 浮萍,
               彩车vi.浮动, 飘浮, 散播, 摇摆,
1    float     漂浮,
               动摇(计划等)付诸实行vt.使漂浮,
               容纳, 淹没, 发行, 实行, 用水注满
               n.行军, 步伐, 进行曲vi.进军,
               前进vt.使行军,
1   marching
               使行进n.(March)三月(略作Mar)
               March [mB:tF] n. 三月
               n.[动]
1    koala
               树袋熊(澳洲产,树栖无尾动物)
               n.刮, 擦, 挖,
1   scraping   刮削下的碎屑adj.刮擦的, 吝啬的



2    peeps     n.窥看, 隐约看见vi.窥视, 偷看



1    okays     n.认可, 赞同adj.好的

1   thudding   thudding震击噪音


               n.细毛, 绒毛, 警员vi.变成绒毛状,
1     fuzz     作绒毛状飞散vt.起毛, 使模糊




1    tripod    n.三脚桌, 三脚架
               n.消沉, 衰退, (物价)暴跌v.失败,
1    slump     消沉, (物价)暴跌, 跌落




               n.外壳, 硬壳,
1    crusts    面包皮vt.盖以硬皮vi.结硬皮




               n.小锄, 剥树皮的铲凿,
1    spuds
               马铃薯vt.用小锄锄
1    hushed    v.安静n.安静

1   writhes    v.翻腾

1    braid     v.编织n.编织物

               France , 法国    FR=Failure
1      fr      Rate故障率
               Fr[化]元素钫(francium)的符号
1     yah      int.呀(表示不愉快,嘲笑之声音)


               BWA=Backward Wave Amplifier
1     bwa      回波放大器

               Wizzard给小朋友使用的高级电子画
               板Wizzard,具有众多的绘图工具及
1   wizzards   简单的设定、操作介面,让小朋友可
               以在这个电子画板中随意的发挥,家
               长再也不用担心会把家里搞得一团糟
               了!
1      dazed     adj.头昏的, 眼花的



                 adj.结实的, 勇敢坚定的, 激烈的,
1      stout     矮胖的, 顽强的n.矮胖子, 烈性啤酒
                 n.<美>酿造后再贮藏成熟的啤
4      lager
                 酒
                 n.释放, 让渡, 豁免, 发行的书,
2    releases    释放证书vt.释放, 解放, 放弃,
                 让与, 免除, 发表n.版本, 发布

1   fermentation n.发酵

                 n.淡色啤酒(较一般啤酒含更多的酒
1       ale      精)
                 n.出版, 发行, (报刊等)期、号,
                 论点, 问题, 结果, (水,
                 血等的)流出vi.发行, 流出,
1     issuing    造成...结果, 进行辩护,
                 传下vt.使流出, 放出,
                 发行(钞票等), 发布(命令),
                 出版(书等)发给[律]子女, 后嗣

3    seduction   n.诱惑



1     accuse     vt.控告, 谴责, 非难

                 adj.好发牢骚的,
1      whiny
                 嘀咕不停的,烦躁的


1    intercept   vt.中途阻止, 截取



1    imitation   n.模仿, 效法, 冒充, 赝品, 仿造物

                 abbr.International Development
1       ida      association, 国际开发协会
                 Ida [5aidE] 艾达(女子名)

1      bubby     n.乳房
                 n.原料, 材料, 素材资料vt.塞满,
1     stuffs     填满, 填充
1     bottled  adj.瓶装的
1   transcript n.抄本
                 adj.全然的, 绝对的vt.发出, 做声,
1    uttering
                 发表, 发射, 流通
1     thistle    n.[植]蓟

2   questionable adj.可疑的

1    bedspread   n.床单, 床罩

1     exclaim    v.呼喊, 惊叫, 大声叫
                 prep.前于... conj.在...以前
1       ere      ERE=Echo Range Equipment
                 回波测距设备
                 adj.和蔼的, 仁慈的, 宽厚的,
1     clement    宽大的         Clement [5klemEnt]
                 克莱门特(男子名)

1   exclaiming v.呼喊, 惊叫, 大声叫
1     actuary    n.保险精算师, 保险(业务)计算员

1     timely     adj.及时的, 适时的

                 n.文件, 档案, 文件夹, 卷宗,
1      filed     锉刀vt.把...归档, 提出(申请等),
                 锉, 琢磨vi.列队行进, 用锉刀锉

1     upwards    adv.以上, 向上
                 闪光小鸡草, 水生小鸡草,
1     blinks
                 闪光繁缕, 小繁缕
1     lilian     n. 莉莲(女子名)

1   motivational adj.动机的, 有关动机的

1      blab      v.泄漏(秘密), 胡扯

2   simultaneous adj.同时的, 同时发生的

1     sprang     vbl.spring的过去式
                n.家庭, 家族, 家属, 亲属, 子女,
4    familys
                僚属adj.家庭的, 家族的
1      wage     n.工资v.发动
                adj.单独的, 唯一的n.脚底, 鞋底,
1      sole
                基础v.换鞋底
1     earner    earner挣钱人

1     among     prep.在...之中, ...之一
                art.那        THE=Technical Help
1      ther     to Exporters
                出口商的技术协助[英]


                adj.存在的, 生存的,
1    existent   现存的n.存在的事物, 生存者



1     adlib     v.临时穿插, 即兴讲演



1    slogans    n.口号, 标语



                n.假货, 欺骗adj.假的vt.伪造,
4     faked
                赝造, 捏造, 假造, 仿造vi.伪装




                doddlen.
1     doddle    轻而易举的事;不费吹灰之力的事




3     unpaid    adj.未付款的, 不受报酬的
1   internship n.<美>实习医师, 实习医师期



1   photocopied n.影印v.影印
                n.通过, 经过, 通道, 通路,
1    passages   (一)段, (一)节




1   alphabetical adj.依字母顺序的, 字母的




1    industry   n.工业, 产业, 行业, 勤奋




1   categorize v.加以类别, 分类




2     ribbons   n.缎带, 丝带, 带, 带状物, 带子




5   advertising n.广告业, 广告adj.广告的

2    erection   n.直立, 竖起, 建筑物, [生理]勃起

1    shredder   n.切菜器, 撕碎机

                [俚](=affidavit)宣誓书     Davy
1      davy     [5deivi] n.David 的昵称n.宣誓书
                 [口](活动滑车的)上挂钩
1      becky     Becky [5beki]
                 n.贝基(Rebecca的昵称)(f.)
                 德莱弗斯(①姓氏 ②Alfred, 1859-
                 1935, 法国炮兵军官,
1    dreyfuss
                 法国历史上著名冤案“德莱弗斯案件
                 ”的受害者)
                 Aeronautical Establishment
                 皇家航空研究中心               Rae
1       rae      [rei] 雷(姓氏, 女子名,
                 Rachel的昵称)


1      norma     n.女子名, 定规座



1     cheeky     adj.厚颜无耻的

                 v.细看,审视,浏览,扫描n.扫描
1      scan      SCAN=Self-Contained Automatic
                 Navigation 自主式自动导航(系统)


1     peasant    n.农夫, 乡下人


2      judd      n.[姓氏] 贾德

1    petrified   v.石化,吓呆

                 n.淫荡的目光,
                 恶意的目光vi.送秋波, 斜视
1     leering
                 LEER=Low Energy Electron
                 Reflection 低能量电子反射

1   interference n.冲突, 干涉
                 n.(兴趣活动等的)中心, 焦点,
                 焦距, [医]病灶,
                 [地](地震的)震源vi.聚焦,
1     focuses    注视vt.使集中在焦点上, 定焦点,
                 调焦, 集中        FOCUS=Forum of
                 Control Users
                 控制数据公司用户论坛[美]

1    obstacles   n.障碍, 妨害物
3     stable    adj.稳定的




1     revolve   v.(使)旋转, 考虑, 循环出现


1   treatments n.待遇, 对待, 处理, 治疗


1   unsanitary adj.不卫生的


                vt.传输, 转送, 传达, 传导, 发射,
1    transmit   遗传, 传播vi.发射信号, 发报


    leptospirosi
1                n.细螺旋体病
          s


2     skippy    n.<美俚>日本女人(尤指妓女)




1   playground n.运动场, 操场


                vt.选举, 推选v.选择, 作出选择,
1     elected   选举, 选举, 选举



1   wisecracking n.俏皮话vi.说俏皮话vt.俏皮地说
                n.[动]猫头鹰, 枭,
1      owl      惯于晚上活动的人Object Window
                Library, Borland C++ 的类库



1   helpfully   helpfullyadv.有益地, 有用地



1    visitor    n.访问者, 来宾, 游客


                adj.薄的, 细的, 瘦的, 稀少的,
                稀疏的, (液体、气体)稀薄的,
1     thins     淡的, 空洞的vt.使变薄, 使变细,
                使稀少, 使淡vi.变薄, 变细, 稀少,
                变淡adv.薄地, 稀疏地,
                微弱地n.细小部分


1    reduced    adj.减少的, 简化的



                n.特别喜欢的人(或物),
1   favorites   喜欢的事物, 亲信, 心腹,
                幸运儿adj.喜爱的, 宠爱的, 中意的

1    philips    荷兰飞利浦公司


1     cher      Chern.谢尔河(法国中部河流)



1   misjudged   v.判断错




                adj.次要的, 从属的,
1   subordinate 下级的n.下属v.服从



2    pompous    adj.华而不实的
1   obnoxious   adj.不愉快的, 讨厌的



1     limits    n.界限, 限度, 限制vt.限制, 限定


                adj.为琐事而担忧的, 过分装饰的,
1     fussy     繁琐的, 急躁, 爱挑剔的, 难取悦的

                保姆, 奶妈       Nanny [`nAnI]
1    nannies    n.Ann 的昵称n.<英>保姆



1      cusp     n.尖头, 尖端



1     booed     v.作嘘声int.嘘!

2    plucking   (水果, 茶叶等)采摘

1   caterpillar n.毛虫

                adj.&
                adv.<苏格兰>=very
                VERA=Versatile Experimental
1      vera     Reactor Assembly
                通用实验性反应堆装置                Vera
                [5viErE] n. 维拉(女子名)

1    loathing   n.讨厌, 嫌恶


1     cubes     n.立方体, 立方


1      aloe     n.芦荟, 芦荟油



1     mowing    n.割草, 一次收割量, 牧草地


                n.津贴, 补助, 宽容,
1   allowance   允许vt.定量供应
1     huffy     adj.发怒的


1   uncovering 剥离, 未覆盖的, 露出的

1   birthmark   n.胎记, 胎痣


1   bullfrog    n.[动物]牛蛙, 菜蛙



1   contagious adj.传染性的, 会感染的


1    bronco     n.[动]野马(指美国西部平原的)


1      dye      n.染料, 染色vt.染v.染

                n.冬青树        Holly   [5hCli]
1     holly     霍莉(女子名)


1   unlovable   unlovableadj.不可爱的



1   rendition   n.表演, 演唱, 翻译



1    literal    adj.文字的, 照字面上的, 无夸张的



2    kenneth    Kennethn. 肯尼思(男子名)


                n.钉头, 权杖, 肉豆蔻, 肉豆蔻树,
                豆蔻香料, 催泪瓦斯, 肉豆蔻皮
                MACE=Machine -Aided Composing
1     mace      Editing 机器辅助排版与编辑
                Mace [meis]
                梅斯毒气(一种暂时伤害性压缩液态
                毒气)
                 n.三角州,
4      delta
                 德耳塔(希腊字母的第四个字)
                 n.黎明, 拂晓, 破晓vi.破晓,
4      dawn      开始现生, 变得(为人所)明白v.破晓
                 Dawnn. 道恩(女子名)

1    judgments   n.判断

                 n.冠军, 拥护者, 战士vt.拥护,
1    champions   支持

1     ironing    n.熨平衣服



1    spotlight   n.聚光灯


1     potluck    n.家常便饭

                 vt.使发生联系, 使联合vi.交往,
1    associate   结交n.合作人, 同事adj.副的

2    balconies   n.阳台, 包厢, (戏院)楼厅

                 adj.打击的, 显著的, 惊人的,
1    striking    罢工的


1      inter     vt.埋葬, 葬, 埋


    anthropologi
1                n.人类学者, 人类学家
         st

                 adj.色白的,
1     blondes    碧眼的n.金发碧眼的女人

5      sonia     Sonian. 索尼亚(女子名)



2     tweeze     v.以镊子除去, 以钳子拔除
                 v.迷路, 偏离, 漂泊,
1     strays     漂泊游荡adj.迷路的, 离群的,
                 偶遇的
1    sadistic    adj.[心]虐待狂的, 残酷成性的
                 n.(动物中鸟或家禽的)一窝,
1     brooding
                 (同种或同类的)一伙vt.孵, 沉思
                 adj.违法的, 非嫡出的, 庶生的,
1   illegitimate 私生的, 不合理的,
                 不合逻辑的n.非嫡出子,
                 庶子vt.认为违法, 认做私生子
1       drown    v.溺死, 淹死vt.淹没

1       fbi      FBIn.美国联邦调查局



1   restaurateur n.餐馆老板, 饭店主人



2    pacifier    n.抚慰者



1    scarring    疤痕斑斑的


1    womanhood   n.女人, 女人气质


                 vi.爱抚, 抚爱, 吻,
3   canoodling 搂颈亲热vt.爱抚而说服


1      plums     n.[植] 李子, 洋李



1   babysitters babysittern.临时照顾幼儿者

                 adj.头生的(子女), 初生的,
1    firstborn   第一胎生的n.初生儿, 长男, 长女

1    geniuses    n.天才, 天赋, 天才人物

                 vi.鼻子哼哼的做声,
1    sniffles
                 抽鼻涕n.抽鼻子
1   ovulation   n.排卵, 产卵作用

1   disasters   n.灾难, 天灾, 灾祸


1   intentional adj.有意图的, 故意的


                adj.不肥沃的, 贫瘠的, 不毛的,
1   infertile   不结果实的


1     marita    [动]成年吸虫
                    例句                       章节

(Joey goes back into the apartment, runs
back into the hallway, throws his shoulder   601
against the door, and knocks it down off
it抯 hinges.)
(Suddenly, there抯 movement beside her,
startling her. It抯 Ross! He wakes up and
they both start screaming in terror. Then    601
they both grab their heads having
aggravated their hangovers.)
(Suddenly, there抯 movement beside her,
startling her. It抯 Ross! He wakes up and
they both start screaming in terror. Then    601
they both grab their heads having
aggravated their hangovers.)
[Scene: Monica and Rachel's, Chandler and
Monica are there and Rachel is arranging a
bouquet of flowers, pricks her finger on a
thorn, throws the bouquet over her head,     601
and those you who are quicker than some
already know that Monica is the one who
catches it.]
[Scene: Monica and Rachel's, Chandler and
Monica are there and Rachel is arranging a
bouquet of flowers, pricks her finger on a
thorn, throws the bouquet over her head,     601
and those you who are quicker than some
already know that Monica is the one who
catches it.]
[Scene: Phoebe抯 cab, it抯 the same
                                             601
arrangement as before.]
[Scene:   Rachel抯 hotel room, she抯 waking
                                             601
up with   a horrendous hangover.]
[Scene:   Rachel抯 hotel room, she抯 waking
                                             601
up with   a horrendous hangover.]
{Transciber抯 note: In case you haven抰
heard, Courteney Cox got married to David
Arquette during hiatus and changed her name
to Courteney Cox Arquette. But David was a
busy boy during the off season for not only
did he marry but everyone else as well. For
they抮e all listed as Jennifer Aniston
                                              601
Arquette, Lisa Kudrow Arquette, in an
interesting twist Matt LeBlanc Arquette,
Matthew Perry Arquette, David Schwimmer
Arquette, and even the creators of the show
are now David Crane Arquette and Marta
Kauffman Arquette. I just wonder what the
new sleeping arrangements are厎

{Transciber抯 note: In case you haven抰
heard, Courteney Cox got married to David
Arquette during hiatus and changed her name
to Courteney Cox Arquette. But David was a
busy boy during the off season for not only
did he marry but everyone else as well. For
they抮e all listed as Jennifer Aniston
                                              601
Arquette, Lisa Kudrow Arquette, in an
interesting twist Matt LeBlanc Arquette,
Matthew Perry Arquette, David Schwimmer
Arquette, and even the creators of the show
are now David Crane Arquette and Marta
Kauffman Arquette. I just wonder what the
new sleeping arrangements are厎

{Transciber抯 note: In case you haven抰
heard, Courteney Cox got married to David
Arquette during hiatus and changed her name
to Courteney Cox Arquette. But David was a
busy boy during the off season for not only
did he marry but everyone else as well. For
they抮e all listed as Jennifer Aniston
                                              601
Arquette, Lisa Kudrow Arquette, in an
interesting twist Matt LeBlanc Arquette,
Matthew Perry Arquette, David Schwimmer
Arquette, and even the creators of the show
are now David Crane Arquette and Marta
Kauffman Arquette. I just wonder what the
new sleeping arrangements are厎
{Transciber抯 note: In case you haven抰
heard, Courteney Cox got married to David
Arquette during hiatus and changed her name
to Courteney Cox Arquette. But David was a
busy boy during the off season for not only
did he marry but everyone else as well. For
they抮e all listed as Jennifer Aniston
                                              601
Arquette, Lisa Kudrow Arquette, in an
interesting twist Matt LeBlanc Arquette,
Matthew Perry Arquette, David Schwimmer
Arquette, and even the creators of the show
are now David Crane Arquette and Marta
Kauffman Arquette. I just wonder what the
new sleeping arrangements are厎
Attendant: (scolding them) N-No running in
                                              601
the chapel!
Chandler: Look, I just don抰 think Monica
and I are ready to get married yet! Y択now?
I mean, I love her and everything but
seeing Ross and Rachel coming out of that     601
chapel was like a, like a wake-up call that
Monica and I are moving so fast. Y択now?
And, how do I tell her without crushing
her?
Chandler: So where are we on the whole
going back to the place where they have all   601
the marriages thing? I love you.
Chandler: That was so unlikely. Well, let抯
                                              601
get married! I guess.
Croupler: Coming in, we got a shooter!
                                              601
Money please.
Joey: (to himself) Man, this is a long
drive! Are my eyes open? No! (He opens his    601
eyes and sees a hitchhiker.)
Joey: Come on Pheebs! I can抰 take this
anymore! Let-let me make it up to you. Huh?
(Starts singing.) Ground control to Major     601
Tom. Commencing countdown, engines on. Take
your protein pills and put your helmet on!

Joey: Come on Pheebs! I can抰 take this
anymore! Let-let me make it up to you. Huh?
(Starts singing.) Ground control to Major     601
Tom. Commencing countdown, engines on. Take
your protein pills and put your helmet on!
Joey: I can fix it. Hold on. (He goes and
gets a screwdriver from his apartment) Look   601
out. Look out. (Pries at the door a little
bit.)
Joey: It抣l be great! We-we could talk, and
play games! Huh? This could be our chance     601
to like renew our friendship.
Joey: Pheebs, I am so sorry! I know I
promised you a fun road trip with your
friend and I didn抰 deliver. But-but-but
now I know that you think being awake is an   601
important part of friendship! So, so, so I
will strive to-to stay awake for as long as
I know you.
Joey: Sure! What抯 up? (He grabs a plate
and proceeds to load it with a huge pile of
                                              601
scrambled eggs. Chandler just stares at him
and Joey reluctantly gives him a spoonful.)

Joey: Well, thank you. So, can we play 20
Questions now? I抳e got a really good one!     601
I抳e been thinking about it since Kansas.
Monica: Here抯 your key. All right, you
have to christen it! Now, go out and come     601
back in!
Monica: Ohh, of course we are! (They walk
up to the elevators.) We left it up to
fate. (Pushes the elevator button.) If we
were supposed to get married there would be
                                              601
a clear-cut sign. (The elevator door opens
to a priest reading from a bible with
Chandler and Monica standing side-by-side
holding each other抯 hands.)
Phoebe: (To Joey) How could you pick up a
hitchhiker?! He could be a rape?She holds
                                              601
her hand in front of the hitchhiker抯
face), a rapist or a killer or something!

Phoebe: (To Joey) How could you pick up a
hitchhiker?! He could be a rape?She holds
                                              601
her hand in front of the hitchhiker抯
face), a rapist or a killer or something!
Phoebe: And I have your name and the fact
that you抮e a drifter, so the ball抯 pretty     601
much in your court.
Phoebe: Hell, I抦 drunk right now!    (They
all turn and look at her.) What? I   can抰     601
have a mimosa with breakfast?! I抦    on
vacation!
Phoebe: Hell, I抦 drunk right now!    (They
all turn and look at her.) What? I   can抰     601
have a mimosa with breakfast?! I抦    on
vacation!
Phoebe: Is it a meatball sub?                 601
Phoebe: No-No! You need your sleep. Night-
                                              601
night! Shh! (She closes the partition.)

Phoebe: Okay, you have 19 questions left.
Use them wisely. (Joey groans.) Come on
                                              601
Joey! You can抰 win if you don抰 ask any
(sees that he抯 asleep) QUESTIONS!!!
Phoebe: Well, you promised me a fun road
trip! We抳e been on the road six hours and
you抳e been asleep for five and a half! We
are switching at the next rest stop and you   601
are going to drive all the way back! That
will be your punishment, you greedy
sleeper!
Phoebe: Well, you promised me a fun road
trip! We抳e been on the road six hours and
you抳e been asleep for five and a half! We
are switching at the next rest stop and you   601
are going to drive all the way back! That
will be your punishment, you greedy
sleeper!
Phoebe: Yes you do! This is your third
divorce! You love divorce so much you抮e
probably gonna marry it! Then it won抰 work    601
out and you抮e gonna have to divorce it,
divorcing guy. (Pause) I抦 so drunk.
Rachel: Hey, hubby!                           601
Rachel: Ohhh! (Looks in the mirror and sees
that she still has her mustache and           601
groans.)
Ross: Laugh it up, but the joke抯 on you.
Because we don抰 need to get divorced,         601
okay? We we抮e just gonna get an annulment.
Ross: No! But we-we didn抰 have卻ex-uh, did
we? I mean, I don抰 remember much about        601
last night, it was such a blur.
[Scene: Ross抯 lawyer抯 office, his name is
Russell and has just been told by Ross         602
about his current situation.]
Chandler: Hey listen, for the first four
years of my work everybody called me Sha-la-   602
lap. (Awkward silence ensues.) Seriously.
Chandler: No. When it comes to sweets, he抯
                                               602
surprisingly strict.
Joey: (To Chandler) Hey man, you feeling
any better? (Chandler answers him with some
                                               602
guttural sounds that only he can make and
that no human can transcribe.)

Joey: (To Chandler) Hey man, you feeling
any better? (Chandler answers him with some
                                               602
guttural sounds that only he can make and
that no human can transcribe.)

Monica: An era is defined as a significant
period of time. Now, it was significant to     602
me, maybe it wasn抰 significant to you!
Monica: Hey Rach, what about this? (She
holds up a chrome 5-point star.) Huh? Who-
who gets this? See, I don抰 know if I want      602
it because it might be y択now, too many
memories!
Monica: No-no, wait! Just let me finish,
okay? This isn抰 something that we just, we
just impulsively decided in-in Vegas, this     602
is something we both really want. And it is
going to happen.
Phoebe: But then we ditch those two and
that抯 when we get married. We抣l have
Chandler抯 money and Rachel抯 kids and           602
getting custody will be easy because of
Rachel抯 drinking problem.
Phoebe: Okay umm, well, first Chandler and
Monica will get married and be filthy rich     602
by the way. Yeah. But it won抰 work out.
Rachel: (starting to lose her composure) I
mean we抮e not, we抮e not gonna live             602
together anymore?
Rachel: Ooh, good God, they抮e so yummy!
(She re-ingests the previously expelled        602
cookie matter from the tissue.)
Rachel: Ooh, good God, they抮e so yummy!
(She re-ingests the previously expelled         602
cookie matter from the tissue.)
Rachel: Yeah, we抮e, we抮e actually just
gonna walk 慶ause it抯 right up there at          602
the Angelica.
Ross: (getting up) Okay! Fine! Fine! If-if
this is what you think, forget about the
whole three divorce thing! Okay, I-I抣l go
to my lawyer抯 office right now and get          602
this marriage annulled! Okay?! Because she
means nothing to me! Noth?leans down to
Meg抯 ear)桸othing!!
Ross: (interrupting) No! No, I won抰! I抣l
be at the bottom of the dating barrel now.
                                                602
The only guys below me will be Four Divorce
Guy uh, Murderer Guy, and-and, Geologists.

Ross: (interrupting) No! No, I   won抰! I抣l
be at the bottom of the dating   barrel now.
                                                602
The only guys below me will be   Four Divorce
Guy uh, Murderer Guy, and-and,   Geologists.
Ross: It抯 not that. Okay? Annulments are
                                                602
more complicated than I?
Ross: Well, I tried! But when I got to my
lawyer抯 office all I could hear was,
"Three divorces. Three divorces!" Look, I       602
just don抰 want my tombstone to read, Ross
Gellar, Three Divorces.
Ross: Yes, second in two years. Third
                                                602
overall.
Russell: And we抣l need to have witnesses
who can testify that you were not of uh,        602
sound mind.
                          How抎 you whined
                                                603
up there?
(She goes for his magazine and he grabs it
away before she reaches it. But she was
only using the magazine as a decoy because      603
she grabs his cookie and coffee, takes a
bite out of the cookie and drinks some of
the coffee.)
(They run to the living room where Monica
has moved the chair back (Towards the
step), the coffee table forward (Towards        603
the TV), and taped a square outline on the
floor.)
(We see Joey who has puffed up his cheeks
and Chandler nonchalantly reaches down and
pinches Joey抯 nose shut. In a few seconds,    603
Joey has to move because he抯 now forced to
actually hold his breath.)

[Scene: Monica and Rachel's, Chandler is
once again being dragged in by Ross so he
that he can try to manipulate the situation   603
so that it抯 best for Ross, not necessarily
what抯 best for Monica and Chandler.]

[Scene: Monica and Rachel's, Ross is
entering, dragging Chandler, to mediate the   603
argument between Chandler and Monica.]
[Scene: Ross抯 Apartment, Rachel is
entering and Ross is making some room on      603
the shelves for his stuff.]
Chandler: All right! That抯 fine! That抯
fine! I won抰 bring over the chairs! I
won抰 bring anything over! I wouldn抰 want      603
to ruin the ambiance over here at Grandma抯
place!! (Storms out.)
Chandler: Well, I like that idea.
Obviously! I was thinking maybe-maybe-maybe
it could be a game room, y択now? I mean you
                                              603
can buy old arcade games like uh, like
Space Invaders and Asteroids for $200, the
real ones! The big-big ones!
Chandler: Well, I like that idea.
Obviously! I was thinking maybe-maybe-maybe
it could be a game room, y択now? I mean you
                                              603
can buy old arcade games like uh, like
Space Invaders and Asteroids for $200, the
real ones! The big-big ones!
Chandler: Well, I like that idea.
Obviously! I was thinking maybe-maybe-maybe
it could be a game room, y択now? I mean you
                                              603
can buy old arcade games like uh, like
Space Invaders and Asteroids for $200, the
real ones! The big-big ones!
Chandler: Well, we are fond of the
silliness, but we also have a soft spot for   603
the love.
Chandler: Y択now those big-big uh, road
                                              603
signs that say "Merge?"
Joey: Come in. Thanks for comin?back, umm,
okay there have been a lot of people
                                              603
interested in the room, but I have narrowed
it down and you are one of the finalists!
Joey: Excellent! Okay umm, doggy.             603
Joey: Hey, what is with the secrecy Phoebe?
Huh? And what about this Denise, is she       603
cute?
Joey: Okay now, before I make my final
decision I uh, I just want to make sure our
personalities match. Okay, so I made up a     603
little test. Now, I抦 gonna say a word and
then you say the first thing that comes to
mind.
Joey: That thing was a hazard! (To the
potential roommate) I抦 very safety            603
conscious.

Joey: That抯 not gonna work out! Then she抯
gonna come home all weepy and you抣l be
                                              603
tellin?her, "Oh that抯 okay. You抣l find
someone." And then, bamn! She finds you!
Monica: I just don抰 think arcade games go
in the beautiful guest room. The beautiful    603
guest room is gonna be filled with
antiques.
Monica: Okay, I was thinking we should have
a beautiful guest room, right? With a
mahogany sleigh bed and bedside tables with
flowers on them all the time! And we could
                                              603
have a roll top desk with comment cards on
them so people could say how much they
loved staying here!! Okay, whatever, I
really haven抰 thought about it that much.
Monica: Okay, I was thinking we should have
a beautiful guest room, right? With a
mahogany sleigh bed and bedside tables with
flowers on them all the time! And we could
                                              603
have a roll top desk with comment cards on
them so people could say how much they
loved staying here!! Okay, whatever, I
really haven抰 thought about it that much.
Monica: Okay, I was thinking we should have
a beautiful guest room, right? With a
mahogany sleigh bed and bedside tables with
flowers on them all the time! And we could
                                              603
have a roll top desk with comment cards on
them so people could say how much they
loved staying here!! Okay, whatever, I
really haven抰 thought about it that much.
Monica: You抮e-you抮e-you抮e gonna bring
                                              603
the Barca Lounger over here?
Phoebe: Ninety percent of a women抯
pheromones come out the top of her head!
That抯 why, that抯 why women are shorter.
                                              603
So that men will fall in love when they hug
them! (Ross is staring at her dumbfounded.)
Oh come on Ross, you抮e a scientist.

Phoebe: Shhhhhh! I抦 swamped right now.        603

Phoebe: Wait, no, look at this! (Points to
one.) (Reading) "Two bedroom, two bath,
                                              603
must be non-smoker, Satan worshipers okay?
Oh, yeah, but it抯 on the ground floor.
Phoebe: Yeah, not in your case Lovey
Loverson. (Tries to take a bite out of        603
Ross抯 cookie.)
Rachel: (returning from calling Warren)
Ugh!!! Well, the apartment is already
                                              603
subletted! I mean, this is just hopeless.
I抦 never gonna find anything.
Rachel: No-no, they just had a big blowout
                                              603
over what to do with my room.
Ross: (jumping up) Good! A verbal contract
is binding in the state of New York!          603
(Storms out.)
Ross: (stopping them) Okay-okay! Two very
good points, look I抳e known you both a
long time, and I抳e never seen either of
you one/millionth as happy as you抳e been
                                              603
since you抳e got together. Do you really
want to throw that all away over a room?
That is so silly. Now wh-what is more
important, love or silliness?
Ross: Don抰 thank me! If you wanna thank
something, thank the volcano that erupted
thousands of years ago, killing but           603
perfectly preserving an entire
civilization. (Rachel just looks at him.)
Here抯 Warren抯 number.
Ross: Don抰 thank me! If you wanna thank
something, thank the volcano that erupted
thousands of years ago, killing but           603
perfectly preserving an entire
civilization. (Rachel just looks at him.)
Here抯 Warren抯 number.
Ross: Don抰 thank me! If you wanna thank
something, thank the volcano that erupted
thousands of years ago, killing but           603
perfectly preserving an entire
civilization. (Rachel just looks at him.)
Here抯 Warren抯 number.
Ross: Fine! It抯 your life! (Starts to
storm out mad about his failed attempt at
the manipulation of his best friend and
sister, but stops and tries one last time.)
I just don抰 want to see you guys break up!
                                              603
Which you will do if you move in together,
(Monica and Chandler just stare at him.)
but that抯 what you want, there抯 nothing I
can do. (Opens the door and tries one more
time.) DON扵 DO IT!!!!! (Finally leaves.)

Ross: I am not in love with her. She was
very upset about having to move out so I
eh, didn抰 tell her we were still married      603
because she would only get more upset. I-I
just comforted her, as a friend.
Ross: I was hugging her as a friend. It抯
not my fault her-her hair got in my face,
she抯 got a lot of it and it smells all-all
uh卌oconutty. (Phoebe raises her eyebrows.)    603
What?! Oh, that doesn抰 mean I have
feelings for Rachel! Maybe it means I have
feelings for coconuts!
Ross: Well, apparently not, and I can抰
just stand by and watch two people I care
about very much be hurt over something that   603
is so silly. I mean, enough of the
silliness!
(At this moment Rachel bursts through the
door. Needless to say, she抯 not in the        604
best of moods having just found out Ross抯
dirty little secret.)
(Joey pulls his hand out and reverts back
                                              604
to intense pain.)
(They enter the lecture hall to find Ross
speaking in an English accent for some        604
unknown reason.)
(With one last mighty tug the combatants
lose their grip and split, each holding one   604
candlestick.)
(With one last mighty tug the combatants
lose their grip and split, each holding one   604
candlestick.)
[Scene: Casting Director #2抯 office, Joey
is on his second audition. This one is for
                                              604
Purina One Dog Chow, an actual item. Please
note the gratuitous product placement.]

[Scene: Casting Director #2抯 office, Joey
is on his second audition. This one is for
                                              604
Purina One Dog Chow, an actual item. Please
note the gratuitous product placement.]

[Scene: Casting Director #2抯 office, Joey
is on his second audition. This one is for
                                              604
Purina One Dog Chow, an actual item. Please
note the gratuitous product placement.]
[Scene: Chandler and Joey's, Joey is
holding a football helmet; and apparently,
in a rather disgusting scene, Joey wants
Phoebe to beat him senseless. (Luckily it
isn抰 a long trip.) Because he抯 made a         604
miraculous recovery from his hernia and
wants to take advantage of all those free
surgeries he can get now since he抯 re-
established his health insurance.]
[Scene: Chandler and Joey's, Joey is
holding a football helmet; and apparently,
in a rather disgusting scene, Joey wants
Phoebe to beat him senseless. (Luckily it
isn抰 a long trip.) Because he抯 made a         604
miraculous recovery from his hernia and
wants to take advantage of all those free
surgeries he can get now since he抯 re-
established his health insurance.]
[Scene: Chandler and Joey's, Joey is
holding a football helmet; and apparently,
in a rather disgusting scene, Joey wants
Phoebe to beat him senseless. (Luckily it
isn抰 a long trip.) Because he抯 made a         604
miraculous recovery from his hernia and
wants to take advantage of all those free
surgeries he can get now since he抯 re-
established his health insurance.]
[Scene: Chandler and Joey's, Joey is
holding a football helmet; and apparently,
in a rather disgusting scene, Joey wants
Phoebe to beat him senseless. (Luckily it
isn抰 a long trip.) Because he抯 made a         604
miraculous recovery from his hernia and
wants to take advantage of all those free
surgeries he can get now since he抯 re-
established his health insurance.]
[Scene: Chandler and Joey's, Joey is
playing that string game with the two hands   604
and the weird crossing patterns as Chandler
enters with the mail.]
[Scene: Estelle Leonard Theatrical Agency,
                                              604
Joey is there to see his agent.]
[Scene: Monica and Rachel's, Monica and
Rachel are having a tug-of-war over the       604
disputed candlesticks.]
[Scene: Monica and Rachel's, Monica and
                                              604
Rachel are playing phone pranks on Ross.]
Chandler: (opens and reads it) "Benefits
                                              604
lapsed."
Chandler: Hey, will you grab me a cruller?
(Joey starts to groan and get up.) Sit        604
down! Will you go to the hospital?!
Chandler: I will loan you the money. Just
go to the hospital and let抯 just get that    604
thing卲ushed back in.
Chandler: Yes, you got something from the
                                             604
Screen Actor抯 Guild.
Estelle: Oh well, no harm, no foul.          604
Joey: (barely audible through the pain)
                                             604
Thank you.
Joey: (in a gravely, painful voice) Okay.
                                             604
"Hey, Timmy, I抳e got a surprise for you."
Joey: (mocks him, in a whiney voice) 卨ook
both ways before you cross the street.       604
(Turns and walks headlong into the closed
door.)
Joey: Dude! Hernia operations cost like, a
lot probably. Besides it抯 getting darker     604
and more painful, that means it抯 healing.
Joey: Nothing! Well, I-I got this blinding
pain in my stomach when I was lifting
weights before, then I uh passed out and     604
uh, haven抰 been able to stand up since.
But um, I don抰 think it抯 anything
serious.
Joey: Oh-ooh-ooh! Y択now what抯 a good
                                             604
visual aide?
Joey: Ooh, it抯 probably a residual check,
                                             604
hey can you open it for me, I抦 kinda?

Joey: Yeah! Yeah! Yeah! You just take a
big, big swing. Now, don抰 hold back. (He
dons his protective helmet (Why, I have no
                                             604
clue.) and Phoebe picks up a wooden
baseball bat and starts to swing as
Chandler and Monica enter.)
Monica: (normal voice) Oh, you can have an
accent and I can抰?! (To an exiting student   604
in accent.) Top 慜 the morning to ya
laddies!
Monica: Hey Rach, aren抰 these candlesticks
                                             604
(holds up a pair) mine?
Monica: Why don抰 you phase it out? Yeah,
fade the accent out and people will think    604
you抮e, y択now, that you抮e adjusting to
life in America.
Phoebe: No, 慶ause she didn抰 tell me I was
gonna die until the very end of the
session, and I was not gonna waste a whole
another hour there! I mean I抳e only got a
                                              604
week left, y択now? I抳e really gotta start
living now! (So she picks up the latest
copy of Car and Driver (a U.S. auto
magazine), leans back, and starts reading.)
Phoebe: Ugh, it抯 so exhausting waiting for
death. Ohh, by the way, do you think you
                                              604
could?Groans, hacks, and then freezes with
her eyes open and her tongue hanging out.)

Phoebe: Ugh, it抯 so exhausting waiting for
death. Ohh, by the way, do you think you
                                              604
could?Groans, hacks, and then freezes with
her eyes open and her tongue hanging out.)
Phoebe: Yeah, and I know you guys don抰
know a lot about psychic readings, but that   604
one is pretty much the worse one you can
get.
Rachel: (in an Indian accent) Yes, yes,
                                              604
Bombay is bery, bery nice time of year.
Rachel: Some uh, some visual aides.           604
Rachel: Yeah, we could. Oh hey look!
There抯 some Kappa Kappa Deltas! I was a
Kappa. (to them) Hey sisters! (They ignore    604
her.) (To Monica) Wow, we really are
bitches.
Rachel: Yeah, we could. Oh hey look!
There抯 some Kappa Kappa Deltas! I was a
Kappa. (to them) Hey sisters! (They ignore    604
her.) (To Monica) Wow, we really are
bitches.
Ross: (British) Come again? What抯-what抯
this nonsense? (Giggles.) (American.) All
right, I抦-I抦 not English. I抦 from Long
Island. I was really nervous and the accent
just uh, just came out. I抦 sorry. So, if
we could just get back to the lecture. Umm,
were there any questions? (Everyone raises
their hands) About paleontology. (They all    604
put their hands down.) All right, look I
was just trying to make a good first
impression. Obviously, I screwed up. But
what you guys think of me is really
important because I抦-I抦 hoping to get a
permanent job here. So if you just give me
another chance to make a good impression?

Ross: (continuing) "卻ubcategories. The
                                              604
first of these subcategories is?
Ross: (he starts reading directly from his
cards word for word very quietly) "There
are three primary theories concerning         604
sediment flow rate. Each of these theories
can be further subcategorized into two
distinct?
Ross: (he starts reading directly from his
cards word for word very quietly) "There
are three primary theories concerning         604
sediment flow rate. Each of these theories
can be further subcategorized into two
distinct?
Ross: (in an Australian accent) You
                                              604
complete me kitchen, matey!
Ross: (in an Australian accent) You
                                              604
complete me kitchen, matey!
Ross: (in his head) All right, keep going.
We are phasing the accent out, phasing it
out. So without out re-testing the results
in the laboratory (pronounced the British
way) the team would never have identified
                                              604
(British) the initial errors in their
carbon dating analysis (British). Were
there any questions at this point? (One
student raises his hand.) Yes. (Points to
him.)
Ross: (in his head) All right, keep going.
We are phasing the accent out, phasing it
out. So without out re-testing the results
in the laboratory (pronounced the British
way) the team would never have identified
                                              604
(British) the initial errors in their
carbon dating analysis (British). Were
there any questions at this point? (One
student raises his hand.) Yes. (Points to
him.)
Ross: (in his head) All right, keep going.
We are phasing the accent out, phasing it
out. So without out re-testing the results
in the laboratory (pronounced the British
way) the team would never have identified
                                              604
(British) the initial errors in their
carbon dating analysis (British). Were
there any questions at this point? (One
student raises his hand.) Yes. (Points to
him.)
Ross: (to the class) Right! So when Rigby
got his samples back from the laboratory he
made a startling discovery! What he
believed to be igneous, was in fact           604
sedimentary. Imagine his consternation
when?sees Monica and Rachel.) Oh bloody
hell.
Ross: (to the class) Right! So when Rigby
got his samples back from the laboratory he
made a startling discovery! What he
believed to be igneous, was in fact           604
sedimentary. Imagine his consternation
when?sees Monica and Rachel.) Oh bloody
hell.
Ross: Monica you really think I should try
                                              604
this phasing out thing?
Ross: Open with a joke? It抯 a university,
                                              604
not a comedy club!
Ross: Well remember that paper I had
published last year on sediment flow rate,    604
huh? They loved it.
Ross: Well remember that paper I had
published last year on sediment flow rate,    604
huh? They loved it.
Ross: Well remember that paper I had
published last year on sediment flow rate,    604
huh? They loved it.
(Monica enters and her jaw drops in
                                              605
horror.)

[Scene: A judge抯 chambers, Rachel and Ross
                                              605
are filing their annulment papers.]
[Time Lapse, the babies are finally asleep.
Good for Phoebe! The only problem is,
Monica抯 apartment looks like a tornado, a
hurricane, a swarm of locusts, fire,
brimstone, hail, and giant man-eating,
                                              605
radioactive ants have torn the place apart.
Needless to say, it抯 messy enough to cause
Monica to die of shock right away. Parents
with small children know what I抦 talking
about.]
[Time Lapse, the babies are finally asleep.
Good for Phoebe! The only problem is,
Monica抯 apartment looks like a tornado, a
hurricane, a swarm of locusts, fire,
brimstone, hail, and giant man-eating,
                                              605
radioactive ants have torn the place apart.
Needless to say, it抯 messy enough to cause
Monica to die of shock right away. Parents
with small children know what I抦 talking
about.]
[Time Lapse, the babies are finally asleep.
Good for Phoebe! The only problem is,
Monica抯 apartment looks like a tornado, a
hurricane, a swarm of locusts, fire,
brimstone, hail, and giant man-eating,
                                              605
radioactive ants have torn the place apart.
Needless to say, it抯 messy enough to cause
Monica to die of shock right away. Parents
with small children know what I抦 talking
about.]
[Time Lapse, the babies are finally asleep.
Good for Phoebe! The only problem is,
Monica抯 apartment looks like a tornado, a
hurricane, a swarm of locusts, fire,
brimstone, hail, and giant man-eating,
                                              605
radioactive ants have torn the place apart.
Needless to say, it抯 messy enough to cause
Monica to die of shock right away. Parents
with small children know what I抦 talking
about.]
[Time Lapse, the babies are finally asleep.
Good for Phoebe! The only problem is,
Monica抯 apartment looks like a tornado, a
hurricane, a swarm of locusts, fire,
brimstone, hail, and giant man-eating,
                                              605
radioactive ants have torn the place apart.
Needless to say, it抯 messy enough to cause
Monica to die of shock right away. Parents
with small children know what I抦 talking
about.]
[Time Lapse, the babies are finally asleep.
Good for Phoebe! The only problem is,
Monica抯 apartment looks like a tornado, a
hurricane, a swarm of locusts, fire,
brimstone, hail, and giant man-eating,
                                              605
radioactive ants have torn the place apart.
Needless to say, it抯 messy enough to cause
Monica to die of shock right away. Parents
with small children know what I抦 talking
about.]
[Time lapse, they have set up a little
assembly line for diaper changes. Phoebe
wipes, Chandler adds the powder,              605
begrudgingly, and Monica puts the diaper
on.]
Chandler: (entering) Check it out! Check it
out! When the babies wake up, they can meet   605
Krog! (He holds up this Xena-like warrior
action figure.)
Chandler: I just think that things would go
a lot smoother if we each have our own
zone. Phoebe, you can be in charge of
wiping. And y択now Mon, you can be in
charge of diapering and I can be in charge    605
of looking how cute they are when they put
their hands around?(He degrades into baby
talk, but he means when they grab his
finger.)
Chandler: I just think that things would go
a lot smoother if we each have our own
zone. Phoebe, you can be in charge of
wiping. And y択now Mon, you can be in
charge of diapering and I can be in charge    605
of looking how cute they are when they put
their hands around?(He degrades into baby
talk, but he means when they grab his
finger.)
Chandler: I just think that things would go
a lot smoother if we each have our own
zone. Phoebe, you can be in charge of
wiping. And y択now Mon, you can be in
charge of diapering and I can be in charge    605
of looking how cute they are when they put
their hands around?(He degrades into baby
talk, but he means when they grab his
finger.)
Chandler: I swallowed the sonic blaster
                                              605
gun.
Chandler: I swallowed the sonic blaster
                                              605
gun.
Chandler: Little baby girl Chandler, where
I have heard that before? Oh right, Coach
Ruben. (Tries to get her to drink a little
more from the bottle when he suddenly
smells something. It抯 times like these I抦     605
glad Smell-O-Vision hasn抰 been invented.)
Do you know what Pheebs? When you抮e done
over there, we kinda have a situation over
here too. (Phoebe is changing hers.)
Chandler: Shocking! Since you still have
                                              605
the keys.
Chandler: Well, I was trying to prove that
I was right. Y択now? And it turns out I was
wrong. And now it抯 lodged in my throat.       605
(Mimics a cat trying to cough up a
hairball.) (He does it again.)

Chandler: Well, I was trying to prove that
I was right. Y択now? And it turns out I was
wrong. And now it抯 lodged in my throat.       605
(Mimics a cat trying to cough up a
hairball.) (He does it again.)

Chandler: Well, let抯 just say that Krog
will be fully equipped to destroy the         605
universe again in twelve to fourteen hours.
Chandler: Yeah, I抦 gonna pass. 慍ause I
                                              605
was kinda iffy when it was puppies.
Joey: Well, I didn抰 realize until I got
home. I wasn抰 gonna walk all the way back
down here with one shoe! Y択now what? I抦       605
gonna go find that guy抯 car and leave a
note on the windshield. (Goes to do so.)
Joey: Why isn抰 that valet back with my
                                              605
Porsche?
Joey: You should see the treatment I get
when I抦 with that car! People are
friendly; they-they wanna talk, and not       605
just about the car! One guy gave me advice
about my equity investments.
Joey: You should see the treatment I get
when I抦 with that car! People are
friendly; they-they wanna talk, and not       605
just about the car! One guy gave me advice
about my equity investments.
Judge: And based on the fact that Mr.
                                              605
Geller is intravenous drug user.
Judge: And based on the fact that Mr.
                                              605
Geller is intravenous drug user.
Judge: And finally that you were unable to
consummate the marriage. Well, that makes     605
sense since you抮e gay and addicted to
heroin.
Judge: And finally that you were unable to
consummate the marriage. Well, that makes     605
sense since you抮e gay and addicted to
heroin.
Judge: Now if you were two involved in a
serious relationship, that really creates a   605
problem.
Judge: So based on your petition you are
seeking an annulment on the grounds that      605
Mr. Geller is mentally unstable.

Judge: So based on your petition you are
seeking an annulment on the grounds that      605
Mr. Geller is mentally unstable.

Judge: Well, based on what I heard, you two
certainly don抰 qualify for an annulment.
                                              605
If you two don抰 want to be together you抣l
have to file for divorce.
Monica: Damnit! Y択now this whole time we
were concentrating on watching the babies     605
and, and no one was watching Chandler! (He
does it again.)

Monica: Oh yeah, I got soap and sponges and
rags and Carnuba wax and polishing            605
compound.

Monica: Oh yeah, I got soap and sponges and
rags and Carnuba wax and polishing            605
compound.
Monica: Oh yeah, I got soap and sponges and
rags and Carnuba wax and polishing            605
compound.
Passerby: Maybe because you抳e got the
                                              605
keys?
Phoebe: (overdoing it) Oh my God!!            605

Phoebe: (rapidly) I抦 doing okay. I think
it抯 going well. Do you think they抮e           605
having fun? Am I talking to fast?
Phoebe: Me taking care of you is no
problem, huh? You guys feel safe. Right?
Okay, I抦 gonna take that spit bubble as,
"Yeah, I do!" Okay, after I get rid of this
dirty diaper Leslie, I抣l set you up with a
clean one. (She throws it at the garbage
without looking, misses, and knocks over a
vase and flowers, which fall to the floor
and break.) Okay, I抦 sorry. I didn抰 mean
to scare you. I just have to clean that up.
Okay? 慍ause let抯 face it, we抮e at
Monica抯. (She crawls over, disposes of the
diaper, picks up the flowers, and the
vase.) I broke it. All right. Well, that抯     605
just the way that goes. (She throws out
both the flowers and the vase.) Okay, good.
(She turns around and only counts two
babies.) Why are there only two of you?
Where is Leslie? Well, you can抰 answer.
(She starts looking for her) Leslie? Where
are you Leslie? Leslie, now would be a good
time for your first words! (She turns
around and finds that Leslie has managed to
crawl into the bottom drawer of the TV
cabinet.) Well, look at you! Hey! You are a
little bit mischievous! My gosh! (She picks
her up and notices a surprise is waiting in
the drawer.) Oh, you抮e a lot mischievous!
Phoebe: Me taking care of you is no
problem, huh? You guys feel safe. Right?
Okay, I抦 gonna take that spit bubble as,
"Yeah, I do!" Okay, after I get rid of this
dirty diaper Leslie, I抣l set you up with a
clean one. (She throws it at the garbage
without looking, misses, and knocks over a
vase and flowers, which fall to the floor
and break.) Okay, I抦 sorry. I didn抰 mean
to scare you. I just have to clean that up.
Okay? 慍ause let抯 face it, we抮e at
Monica抯. (She crawls over, disposes of the
diaper, picks up the flowers, and the
vase.) I broke it. All right. Well, that抯     605
just the way that goes. (She throws out
both the flowers and the vase.) Okay, good.
(She turns around and only counts two
babies.) Why are there only two of you?
Where is Leslie? Well, you can抰 answer.
(She starts looking for her) Leslie? Where
are you Leslie? Leslie, now would be a good
time for your first words! (She turns
around and finds that Leslie has managed to
crawl into the bottom drawer of the TV
cabinet.) Well, look at you! Hey! You are a
little bit mischievous! My gosh! (She picks
her up and notices a surprise is waiting in
the drawer.) Oh, you抮e a lot mischievous!
Phoebe: Me taking care of you is no
problem, huh? You guys feel safe. Right?
Okay, I抦 gonna take that spit bubble as,
"Yeah, I do!" Okay, after I get rid of this
dirty diaper Leslie, I抣l set you up with a
clean one. (She throws it at the garbage
without looking, misses, and knocks over a
vase and flowers, which fall to the floor
and break.) Okay, I抦 sorry. I didn抰 mean
to scare you. I just have to clean that up.
Okay? 慍ause let抯 face it, we抮e at
Monica抯. (She crawls over, disposes of the
diaper, picks up the flowers, and the
vase.) I broke it. All right. Well, that抯     605
just the way that goes. (She throws out
both the flowers and the vase.) Okay, good.
(She turns around and only counts two
babies.) Why are there only two of you?
Where is Leslie? Well, you can抰 answer.
(She starts looking for her) Leslie? Where
are you Leslie? Leslie, now would be a good
time for your first words! (She turns
around and finds that Leslie has managed to
crawl into the bottom drawer of the TV
cabinet.) Well, look at you! Hey! You are a
little bit mischievous! My gosh! (She picks
her up and notices a surprise is waiting in
the drawer.) Oh, you抮e a lot mischievous!
Phoebe: Okay, so I totally took care of the
babies all by myself! I fed 慹m, bathed        605
慹m, and put 慹m to bed.
Phoebe: Okay, this is inexcusable. I am
                                              605
shocked to my very core!

Phoebe: Okay, this is inexcusable. I am
                                              605
shocked to my very core!
Rachel: No, it was on the house, it was, it
                                              605
was a newlywed special.
Rachel: Okay Ross, we抮e梬ait a minute.
Umm, I uh, I kinda have a little              605
confession.
Rachel: Op! You抮e peeping!                    605
Rachel: Ross! Your honor, rest assured
relationship ended like two years ago! (To
                                              605
the stenographer) And could you strike
"Consummated like bunnies" from the record?
Rachel: Uh yes, heroin and crack.             605
Rachel: Uh-hmm. (Just as Rachel finishes
signing her name, Ross yanks each page out    605
of the way.)
[Scene: Chandler and Joey's, Joey is
balancing a mini hockey stick on his hand     606
as Chandler enters from his room carrying a
bunch of bills.]
Chandler: Hey, I didn抰 make up the rules.
Now, after you receive the doubling bonus,
you get uh, one card. Now that one card
could be worth $100 bringing your total to
1,500. (Joey gets excited.) Don抰 get to       606
excited because that抯 not gonna happen
unless you get桸o way! (He takes the top
card, which is the two of clubs. Of course,
any card would抳e won. Chandler pays him.)

Chandler: It doesn抰 matter because nothing
beats a three and a six. That my friend is    606
D-Cup. Okay, now much have you won so far?
Chandler: Okay, let抯 play! The big game,
                                              606
Italy vs. China, apparently.
Directed by: David Schwimmer (Yeah, that
                                              606
David Schwimmer.)
Joey: (scores) Yes! I win again! Ha-ha!
That抯 like 500 bucks you owe me! Whoo-ho-
hoo! (Goes over to the fridge and starts
opening and closing the door rapidly.) $500
                                              606
that is a loooot of electricity! (By the
way, there抯 nothing in the fridge.) Whoo-
ho-ho! (Notices the sparseness of the
fridge.) I gotta buy some food.
Joey: No, no, no more! I cannot lose
another dime! I抦 serious this time! In-in
fact, look, there抯 a桰 wanna give you
something. And let me give it too you know
before I pawn it for Cups money. (He rolls    606
the big white dog over) Now, I want you to
have the big white dog as a kinda of a,
y択now, thank you for being such a great
roommate.
Joey: Oh that抯 okay. Hey, actually in a
way it抯 kinda nice. Me, bringing the food     606
of my ancestors, you, the food of yours!
Joey: Over there! (Points to the couch)
Before, with the bills! You tried to give
some charity, I said "No," you dropped it.
Okay? Then we had a nice last night           606
together, we had some fun, we gambled,
nobody tried to give anybody any money! Now
out of the blue, you start with the charity
thing again!
Joey: What, are you crazy? You haven抰
beaten me once since my injury plagued ?7     606
season. It would be easier if you just give
me your money.
Monica: (grabs a bag of those Styrofoam
peanuts) I抣l be coordinator! Oh my God!
I抦 so sorry, I didn抰 get you anything!        606
Okay, look everybody has to help! Okay? You
can help, can抰 you Phoebe?
Monica: Do you wanna live outside?! Because
it抯 gettin?cold! (To Phoebe) She gets tons
of catalogs and umm, she抣l fold down the      606
pages of the things she thinks that I抎
like.
Monica: How about, you抮e moving!! (Grabs a
bunch of clothes and throws them into a
box. What follows is a brief sequence of
                                              606
Rachel unpacking and Monica packing the
same stuff over and over again as Rachel
chants "No." and Monica chants "Yes.")
Monica: Whoa-whoa-whoa, Phoebe you gotta
take her! Y択now I-I-I said some really bad
stuff about her, but y択now Rachel has some    606
good qualities that make her a good
roommate.
Phoebe: Why don抰 you hire him as an actor?
You could have him dress up and put on        606
little skits. Whatever you want.
Rachel: I抦 not moving! (She re-hangs a
picture, crookedly.) Is that picture          606
straight?
Rachel: Uh well, I guess I抦 not gonna miss
the fact that you抮e never allowed to move     606
the phone pen. (Laughs. Monica lags behind
the laugh a little bit.)
[Scene: Monica and Chandler抯, Chandler has
the tape measure out and is busy lining up
                                              607
the lamp on the kitchen counter, Ross is
supervising the whole operation.]



Chandler: Look, uh, just come later, we'll
get everything squared away and you can       607
come back later.



Chandler: No, I don't see anything
different other than the fact that the room
                                              607
got so much brighter when you came into it.
(Forced laughter)

Chandler: Oh no, yes we do my man. Remember
when we were back in college and we went to
that spring dance and you walked right up     607
to that girl you liked and you could not
stop talking about the Irish potato famine?

Chandler: That's not specific to girls.       607

Chandler: Yeah, not bad right? You know
what, Monica抯 gonna be working late, so
I'm gonna make this place spotless. You
know what else I'm gonna do, know what else   607
I'm gonna do? I'm gonna go downstairs, I'm
gonna get her some flowers. Now who
wouldn't wanna live with me?
Janine: Australia, I just moved here a
                                              607
couple of weeks ago.
Joey: (entering) Look, what am I gonna do?
I'm not flirting but still, I'm drawing her
to me like - like a moth to a flame! (Tries
to put his feet on the coffee table...they
won't reach and looks around.) What the
                                              607
hell's going on over here?!?!? (Points to
Chandler) Monica's gonna kill you! Look I
need your help, I have to do something to-
to repel this woman! Wait a minute, wait a
minute, you guys repel women all the time.
Joey: (entering) Look, what am I gonna do?
I'm not flirting but still, I'm drawing her
to me like - like a moth to a flame! (Tries
to put his feet on the coffee table...they
won't reach and looks around.) What the
                                              607
hell's going on over here?!?!? (Points to
Chandler) Monica's gonna kill you! Look I
need your help, I have to do something to-
to repel this woman! Wait a minute, wait a
minute, you guys repel women all the time.

Joey: All right, All right, let's just get
this out in the open okay? You're hot. I'm
lovable. Clearly there's a vibe going on      607
between us. But, we're roommates and it's a
huge mistake for us to continue down this
road.
Joey: No-no-no I've seen it happen, you-you
get a rapport going with a woman but          607
somehow you manage to kill it. What's your
secret?
Joey: No-no-no I've seen it happen, you-you
get a rapport going with a woman but          607
somehow you manage to kill it. What's your
secret?
Joey: Oh, hey let me. (Opens the door for
Janine and after he closes the door behind    607
her gasps ecstatically.)
Monica: (jumps over a box) Honey, that's a
                                              607
great idea nailing the boxes to the floor!

Monica: Well, the end table is wrong, The
couch looks bizarre and don't even get me     607
started on the refrigerator magnets.

Phoebe: Okay. (Starts running crazily with
her arms flapping and her legs far apart)
                                              607
Come on! That's not running! Let's go!
(Rachel pauses, then follows, embarrassed.)
Phoebe: Well, I didn't get embarrassed
running next to Miss (panting). But no,
okay. No, no, I can see why running with me   607
would be embarrassing to you. Yeah, okay.
You're uptight.
Rachel: Gone! I mean its amazing Pheebs. I
feel so free and so graceful. (Turns and
bumps into a mounted policeman and falls)     607
Hey! Look out for the horse! Sorry! (Runs
off.)
Rachel: Gone! I mean its amazing Pheebs. I
feel so free and so graceful. (Turns and
bumps into a mounted policeman and falls)     607
Hey! Look out for the horse! Sorry! (Runs
off.)
Rachel: Okay, um, I...(Phoebe walks into
her room.) All right Phoebe look, I just
wanted to say that I'm sorry. OK? I handled   607
the situation horribly and I should not
have lied to you.
Rachel: You guys, I'm telling you, when she
runs, she looks like a cross between Kermit   607
The Frog and The Six Million Dollar Man.

Rachel: You guys, I'm telling you, when she
runs, she looks like a cross between Kermit   607
The Frog and The Six Million Dollar Man.
Ross: Did you get Monica's authorization to
                                              607
move all of her stuff?
Ross: Look, we do not repel women OK? That
                                              607
is completely untrue.
Ross: So, I just finished this fascinating
book. By the year 2030, there'll be
computers that can carry out the same
amount of functions as an actual human        607
brain. So theoretically you could download
your thoughts and memories into this
computer and-and-and live forever as a
machine.
Ross: So, I just finished this fascinating
book. By the year 2030, there'll be
computers that can carry out the same
amount of functions as an actual human        607
brain. So theoretically you could download
your thoughts and memories into this
computer and-and-and live forever as a
machine.
Ross: So, I just finished this fascinating
book. By the year 2030, there'll be
computers that can carry out the same
amount of functions as an actual human        607
brain. So theoretically you could download
your thoughts and memories into this
computer and-and-and live forever as a
machine.
Ross: That's so Janine, you-you-you know
what, do you know we're doing right now?      607
You and I, we're interfacing.
Ross: Whoa, Whoa, Whoa, but then the coffee
table won't be centered in the seating        607
area.
Ross: Whoa, Whoa, Whoa, but then the coffee
table won't be centered in the seating        607
area.
Ross: Yeah, the phone was facing the other
way. (Chandler fixes it and a picture frame   607
off the table.) And that goes back up
there.
Written by: Sherry Bilsing-Graham & Ellen
                                              607
Plummer
Written by: Sherry Bilsing-Graham & Ellen
                                              607
Plummer
Written by: Sherry Bilsing-Graham & Ellen
                                              607
Plummer
[Scene: Central Perk, The gangs all here.
                                              608
Monica is walking in.]
[Scene: Chandler抯 and Monica抯 apartment,
Chandler and Monica are sitting at the        608
kitchen table making potpourri sachets.]
[Scene: Elevator at the Ralph Lauren
offices, Rachel gets on her boss Kim is       608
there.]

[Scene: Joey and Janine抯 apartment, Joey
paces the floor waiting for Janine. She       608
walks in.]
Chandler: (The room is filled with flowers
and a floral print sheet on the bed.) Oh my
God. What is th?it抯 like a guy never lived
in here. Look, you抳e got to be careful.       608
This girl thing is dangerous. (Looking
around the living room.) It抯 spreading
already.
Chandler: Hi, my name抯 Chandler. I just
moved in next door and I was wondering if
you would be interested in battling me in a   608
post-apoplectic world for control of the
galaxies last remaining energy source?

Chandler: Hi, my name抯 Chandler. I just
moved in next door and I was wondering if
you would be interested in battling me in a   608
post-apoplectic world for control of the
galaxies last remaining energy source?

Chandler: Hi, my name抯 Chandler. I just
moved in next door and I was wondering if
you would be interested in battling me in a   608
post-apoplectic world for control of the
galaxies last remaining energy source?

Chandler: No, no no no. You抣l be fine.
                                              608
(turning to Monica) Hillary抯 bind, right?

Hillary: You know, I rarely connect with
                                              608
someone this much on the first date.
Hillary: You know, you抮e a really great
listener. Most guys I go out with, they       608
just talk and talk.
Janine: Joey, it抯 Anne Geddes. She抯 a
                                              608
famous artist.
Joey: (Grunting) Hmm. (Monica opens the
                                              608
front door and comes in.)
Joey: So what抯 really neat. If you sear
the stems of the flowers first in a frying    608
pan, your arrangement will look fresh much
longer.
Joey: So what抯 really neat. If you sear
the stems of the flowers first in a frying    608
pan, your arrangement will look fresh much
longer.
Kim: Kenny the copyboy.                       608
Kim: Listen to me. If you think sleeping
with Ralph is going to get you my job. You    608
are sadly mistaken.
Kim: Oh my God. He just gave you the
coldest look I have ever seen. It抯 like he    608
hates you. Then it is true.
Kim: You didn抰 cancel the fabric order
                                              608
from Taiwan?
Monica: Chandler come on. We have to hem
                                              608
the new dust ruffle.
Monica: Okay. Oh but Joey, come over later
because I抦 going to teach you to make a       608
bird feeder out of just a pine cone and
some peanut butter.
Phoebe: Hello. Oh good. Ross could you put
up some of these flyers for me? (He smiles    608
at her.) OH!! Demon!! Demon!!
Phoebe: Yeah, no, Ralph doesn抰 look
anything like that guy. He抯-he抯 young and     608
he抯 got long hair and a beard and a hacky
sack.
Rachel: (Faking crying.) Yeah, he dumped
me. He said, "Rachel, I can抰 do this. Even
though you are a very, very, very beautiful
women. I can抰 do this. I抦 married and I抦
                                              608
sorry." And then I don抰 know why but he
said, "and you will never get promoted.
Especially not above Kim, who is an
integral cog in the Ralph Lauren machine."
Rachel: (Faking crying.) Yeah, he dumped
me. He said, "Rachel, I can抰 do this. Even
though you are a very, very, very beautiful
women. I can抰 do this. I抦 married and I抦
                                              608
sorry." And then I don抰 know why but he
said, "and you will never get promoted.
Especially not above Kim, who is an
integral cog in the Ralph Lauren machine."
Ross: (Looking at the posters.) Wow, cool
poster. Or should I say groovy poster?
(They sit down on the couch. Ross smiles      608
and the black light fluoresces his teeth.)
So, ahh, where were we?
Ross: (Looking at the posters.) Wow, cool
poster. Or should I say groovy poster?
(They sit down on the couch. Ross smiles      608
and the black light fluoresces his teeth.)
So, ahh, where were we?
Ross: Hmm-Hmm-Hmm. (Putting his hand up to
block his mouth.) Okay. I, uh, am from Long
Island. I-I came to the city for college.
                                              608
Um, I, um, have a 5 year old son and in my
spare time I like to read spy novels. But,
but, let抯 talk more about you. Hmm.

Ross: I whitened them.                        608

[Chandler goes to take off Jack抯 coat. He
then notices little white flakes on Jack抯     609
shoulders. He begins to wipe them off.]
[Chandler is mega shocked!]                   609
[Joey and Ross drop their video game
                                              609
controllers.]
[Joey, Phoebe, and Rachel are sitting at
the table, looking at the Geller siblings     609
like they抮e weirdos.]
[Joey, Phoebe, and Rachel are sitting at
the table, looking at the Geller siblings     609
like they抮e weirdos.]
[Rachel is in the kitchen fiddling with her
English trifle. Joey and Ross, anxious to     609
leave and go to Janine抯 party, are egging
her on to hurry up.]
[Ross looks at Joey coyly.]                   609
[Ross looks up as if saying that Joey was
weird. He begins flipping through the
pages, only to find that they are sticky.     609
So one page is overlapping another, making
two recipes look like one.]
All: (faking enjoyment) Mmm.                  609
Chandler: (worried) He抯 the headliner of a
                                              609
gay burlesque show.
Chandler: Your parents caught Ross smoking
                                              609
pot in college and he blamed it on me!

Joey: (shrugging his shoulders to go along
                                              609
with it) Vomiting stories are funny...
Monica: And Dad, y択now that mailman that
you got fired? He didn抰 steal your            609
Playboys! Ross did!
Monica: Yeah, and y択now, if you could not
mention to them that we live together, that
would be great! (Quickly trying to change     609
subjects), I was thinking we would eat
around four.

Mr. Geller: Ok, I have dandruff. There抯 no
                                              609
need to laugh and point.
Phoebe: Five minutes ago, a line like that
would抳e floored me. Now nothing. Well, not    609
nothing, I am still a woman.

Phoebe: Okay, look at him. Look at those
strong hands. Oh what I wouldn抰 give to be
                                              609
that can of (looks closer to see what Jack
is drinking) condensed milk.
Phoebe: Yeah, but then Jacques Cousteau
came and he kicked his ass for betraying
me! It was soo cool! Then, he took me
diving and he introduced me to his pet        609
seahorse, who, by the way, was totally
coming on to me, and please, that is not
gonna happen.
Phoebe: Yeah, but then Jacques Cousteau
came and he kicked his ass for betraying
me! It was soo cool! Then, he took me
diving and he introduced me to his pet        609
seahorse, who, by the way, was totally
coming on to me, and please, that is not
gonna happen.
Rachel: (humoring Phoebe) Oh my God, he
                                              609
dream-cheated on you!
Rachel: (teasingly) And while I抦 gone
                                              609
don抰 you boys sneak a taste.
Rachel: Hey! Hey, Pheebs, check it out.
Yeah, for my desert, I have chosen to make    609
a traditional English trifle!
Rachel: It抯 a trifle. It抯 got all of
these layers. First there抯 a layer of
ladyfingers, then a layer of jam, then
custard, which I made from scratch, [Joey
and Ross make impressed faces] then
                                              609
raspberries, more ladyfingers, then beef
sauteed with peas and onions, [Joey and
Ross look like something抯 wrong.] then a
little more custard, and then bananas, and
then I just put some whipped cream on top!
Rachel: It抯 a trifle. It抯 got all of
these layers. First there抯 a layer of
ladyfingers, then a layer of jam, then
custard, which I made from scratch, [Joey
and Ross make impressed faces] then
                                              609
raspberries, more ladyfingers, then beef
sauteed with peas and onions, [Joey and
Ross look like something抯 wrong.] then a
little more custard, and then bananas, and
then I just put some whipped cream on top!
Rachel: It抯 a trifle. It抯 got all of
these layers. First there抯 a layer of
ladyfingers, then a layer of jam, then
custard, which I made from scratch, [Joey
and Ross make impressed faces] then
                                              609
raspberries, more ladyfingers, then beef
sauteed with peas and onions, [Joey and
Ross look like something抯 wrong.] then a
little more custard, and then bananas, and
then I just put some whipped cream on top!
Rachel: It抯 a trifle. It抯 got all of
these layers. First there抯 a layer of
ladyfingers, then a layer of jam, then
custard, which I made from scratch, [Joey
and Ross make impressed faces] then
                                              609
raspberries, more ladyfingers, then beef
sauteed with peas and onions, [Joey and
Ross look like something抯 wrong.] then a
little more custard, and then bananas, and
then I just put some whipped cream on top!
Rachel: Joey, God, your apartment is like a
                                              609
hundred degrees!
Rachel: The beef? Yeah, that was weird to
me, too. But then, y択now, I thought 搘ell,
there抯 mincemeat pie,?I mean that抯 an
English dessert, these people just put very   609
strange things in their food, y択now. [To
Joey] Oh! by the way, can I borrow some Rum
from your place?
Ross: (in a 5 year old抯 tone) (To Monica)
You are such a tattletale! Mom, Dad, you
                                              609
remember that-that time you walked in my
room and smelled marijuana?
Ross: Alright, alright, now-now who should
                                              609
I say tricked me into doing it?
Ross: Okay, remember, we were young. Hey,
Spring break, sophomore year, I got high in
my bedroom and my parents walked in and       609
smelled it and so I told them that you had
gotten stoned and jumped out the window.
Ross: Wha? No no! Ah! (Ross scarfs all of
his trifle down in about a second. He looks
like he抯 going to throw up.) (Lying) All      609
gone! So good! Maybe Chandler has some
left.
(As the camera passes by, they start to
dance really rigid, but the camera is         610
facing the other way.)
(They kiss to the music of Auld Lang Syne)    610

(They kiss to the music of Auld Lang Syne)    610

(They kiss to the music of Auld Lang Syne)    610
(They move towards a platform, dancing
                                              610
really strangely as they go)
Chandler: Let me ask you, why is everybody
using these tiny lights nowadays? I           610
remember when people used to use big
lights.
Director: (To Cameraman) Make sure you get
this, they抮e gonna want it for the
bloopers show. (To everyone) Alright cut!
                                              610
Listen up everyone, when we start again
it抯 gonna be the countdown to new years,
so I wanna see everybody抯 excitement.
Director: (To Cameraman) Make sure you get
this, they抮e gonna want it for the
bloopers show. (To everyone) Alright cut!
                                              610
Listen up everyone, when we start again
it抯 gonna be the countdown to new years,
so I wanna see everybody抯 excitement.
Janine: I just got a call to be a dancer on
a television special for New Year抯 Eve.       610
It抯 called some sort of Dick抧 Rock抧
Dickie Eve.
Janine: Well actually they抮e taping
                                              610
tomorrow. I don抰 really understand why.
Janine: Yeah, well you抎 be better if you
                                              610
just loosened your hips a little.
Joey: Hey-hey dancer girl! Can I go to the
bathroom? I just.. (The girl starts dancing
really close to him, so he picks her up,
twirls her round, and puts her against a      610
platform) Here we go. (He walks away to
find Monica and Ross doing a really out of
place dance) Looking good Gellers!

Monica: Hey, see that snippy guy over
there? He抯 the one who decides who gets up    610
on the platform. We should go dance by him.
Monica: If we wanna get on camera, I think
we have to get up on one of those             610
platforms. They抳e been taping those people
up there all day.
Monica: Okay, let抯 do it. Mom and Dad are
                                              610
gonna be so faced!
Monica: What are you talking about? She
just invited him to the biggest party of      610
the millennium!
Monica: Yeah. But of course we had to
update it a little bit. (To Ross) Hey, by     610
the way, great thinking about catching me!
Phoebe: No, yeah, we never find them! She抯
                                              610
always best at us that wily minx.
Phoebe: No, yeah, we never find them! She抯
                                              610
always best at us that wily minx.
Phoebe: Oh yes, I see what you mean. That
                                              610
look is priceless.
Rachel: Hey, this is hollow.                 610

Rachel: Well Chandler, what is this very
                                             610
weird, metal A Z thing?
Rachel: Well, that抯 a lot better than Ross
trying to kiss me in High School, and        610
saying that he did it because he needed
chapstick.
Rachel: Whatever Linus, I抦 opening mine.     610

Rachel: Yes, okay, oh, by the way, I just
gotta say, I think it's really nice of you
                                             610
that even after you've moved, you still
keep storing that stuff for Joey!
Ross: ?and that抯 the story of the dreidle.
Now, some people trace the Christmas tree
back to the Egyptians, who used to bring
green palm branches into their huts on the   610
shortest day of the year, symbolising
life抯 triumph over death. And that was
like 4000 years ago.
Ross: ?and that抯 the story of the dreidle.
Now, some people trace the Christmas tree
back to the Egyptians, who used to bring
green palm branches into their huts on the   610
shortest day of the year, symbolising
life抯 triumph over death. And that was
like 4000 years ago.
Ross: ?and that抯 the story of the dreidle.
Now, some people trace the Christmas tree
back to the Egyptians, who used to bring
green palm branches into their huts on the   610
shortest day of the year, symbolising
life抯 triumph over death. And that was
like 4000 years ago.
Ross: ?and that抯 the story of the dreidle.
Now, some people trace the Christmas tree
back to the Egyptians, who used to bring
green palm branches into their huts on the   610
shortest day of the year, symbolising
life抯 triumph over death. And that was
like 4000 years ago.
Ross: The routine!                            610
Ross: We got honourable mention in the
brother/sister dance category! Look, it抯      610
almost fake midnight, do we really have any
other choice?

Chandler: And I am not blah, I am a hoot!     611


Chandler: Perfect decibel.                    611

Chandler: That抯 totally understandable.       611

Chandler: 卻o then the farmer says, "That抯
not a cow and you抮e not milking it."          611
(Everyone laughs.)
Janine: (muttering to herself) Or I抣l hear
                                              611
you.
Janine: Okay. Okay. Would, would it help if
                                              611
I went over and apologized?
Joey: Uh, y択now, starve a fever, go to a
                                              611
play for a cold.
Monica: We didn抰 give you any money!
                                              611
(Chandler is motioning, "No!")
Monica: Yeah, she hates all mass produced
stuff. She thinks her furniture should have   611
a history, a story behind it.

Monica: Yeah, she hates all mass produced
stuff. She thinks her furniture should have   611
a history, a story behind it.

Phoebe: (sees Ross) Oh Ross no. Be careful,
that is very old! Okay? Early Colonial bird   611
merchants used to bring their birds to
market in that.


Phoebe: Oh, come on! I think he抯 ready to
get rid of, what did you call it? The cheap   611
knock-offs and dinosaur junk.


Phoebe: Ohh, okay, they gave you the old
                                              611
time pricing.
Phoebe: That fan kinda looks like ours. And
the birdcage and the厀ait a sec! This is       611
our exact living room!
Phoebe: Umm, a flea market?                   611
Phoebe: Wow! Oh you can just imagine that
this is where (She抯 opening and closing       611
the drawers) they kept all the stuff to
make their potions.
Phoebe: You bought your sheets at a flea
market? Ross come on, you gotta loosen the    611
purse strings a little.
Phoebe: Y択now? Ooh, you can almost smell
                                              611
the opium.
Rachel: I know! I know, she says it抯 all
mass-produced, nothing is authentic, and
everyone winds up having the same stuff.
(Ross looks at his table.) So come on,        611
she抯 gonna be here any second! Can we
please just cover this up with something?!
Please?
Rachel: Oh it does, it does! It is a room
                                              611
separating apparatus from Colonial times.
Rachel: Oh-oh, Pottery Barn! (Grabs the
aforementioned catalog and holds the rest     611
back out to Chandler.) You can throw the
rest away.
Rachel: Ugh, those bastards! Let抯 go.         611
Rachel: Uh, it抯 from yore. Like the days
                                              611
of yore. Y択now?
Rachel: Well there抯 yore. And uh, y択now,
                                              611
yesteryear.
Rachel: Well this has story behind it! I
mean they had to ship it all the way from     611
the White Plains store.

Rachel: 卻ee I can抰 decide whether it
would go better next to the new wicker
                                              611
dining chair, the Sahara desk, or the
Parker console table.
Ross: A little? Your place looks like page
72 of the catalogue. Oh look at that! The     611
ornamental bird cage! Large!
Ross: Hmm, a lot of this stuff is from
Colonial times. Hey, what are some other      611
time periods Rachel? (She glares at him.)
Ross: I抦 giving this lecture on erosion
theories tomorrow night, I think you should   611
come.
Ross: Of course not, it smells like wine,
which you spilled! And thanks for wrecking    611
my sheet by the way.
The One With The Apothecary Table             611
(Phoebe gets up from the table, and while
her back is turned, Rachel and Monica         612
indicate via sign language that they each
would have picked the other.)
(Ross leaps out of his chair and runs out
                                              612
the door, with Chandler in hot pursuit.)

(They all laugh indifferently, except
                                              612
Chandler, who抯 a little angry.)
Chandler: (starts to recite a rehearsed
speech) Monica is a self-sufficient,
together lady. (Pause.) Being with her has
been like being on a vacation. And what may   612
be perceived as high maintenance is merely
attention to detail and?He falters and
Monica prompts him.)梘enerosity of spirit.
Chandler: (starts to recite a rehearsed
speech) Monica is a self-sufficient,
together lady. (Pause.) Being with her has
been like being on a vacation. And what may   612
be perceived as high maintenance is merely
attention to detail and?He falters and
Monica prompts him.)梘enerosity of spirit.
Chandler: (starts to recite a rehearsed
speech) Monica is a self-sufficient,
together lady. (Pause.) Being with her has
been like being on a vacation. And what may   612
be perceived as high maintenance is merely
attention to detail and?He falters and
Monica prompts him.)梘enerosity of spirit.
Chandler: (starts to recite a rehearsed
speech) Monica is a self-sufficient,
together lady. (Pause.) Being with her has
been like being on a vacation. And what may   612
be perceived as high maintenance is merely
attention to detail and?He falters and
Monica prompts him.)梘enerosity of spirit.
Chandler: (starts to recite a rehearsed
speech) Monica is a self-sufficient,
together lady. (Pause.) Being with her has
been like being on a vacation. And what may   612
be perceived as high maintenance is merely
attention to detail and?He falters and
Monica prompts him.)梘enerosity of spirit.
Chandler: (starts to recite a rehearsed
speech) Monica is a self-sufficient,
together lady. (Pause.) Being with her has
been like being on a vacation. And what may   612
be perceived as high maintenance is merely
attention to detail and?He falters and
Monica prompts him.)梘enerosity of spirit.
Chandler: And monkeys can抰 write out
                                              612
prescriptions.
Chandler: So Steve said he had to go to the
doctor. And Steve抯 doctor抯 name is Doctor
Muppy. So I said, 慏octor Monkey??And that
                                              612
is how the whole Doctor Monkey thing came
up. (He slams his feet up on the table to
emphasize his point.)

Chandler: So, you heard it, you repeated
                                              612
it, so that must mean you wrote it.
Chandler: You know who else picked Rachel?
Ross, and you know what else Ross did? He
stole my joke. You know what? I抦 going to     612
get a joke journal. Y択now? And document
the date and time of every single one of my
jokes.
Gunther: Flexible hours.                      612
Gunther: No, I抦 leaving to get my hair
                                              612
dyed.
Joey: Ah, Gunther, I can抰 pay for this
right now because I抦 not working, so I抳e      612
had to cut down on some luxuries like uh,
payin?for stuff.
Joey: Thanks, Rach. Look, you guys are just
terrific. Y択now? Now, how about clearing      612
out of here so I can get some new
customers. It抯 all about turnover.
Monica: (laughing harder) Nothing, I抦 just
trying to recreate some of the fun that we
had at my place the other day. (To Phoebe)    612
Remember, when you picked Rachel over me?
That was funny.
Monica: That is completely untrue. You
think I抦 high maintenance? Okay, prove it.    612
I want you to make a list and we抮e going
to go through it point by point!
Monica: You are both idiots. The joke is
not funny, and it抯 offensive to women, and
doctors, and monkeys! You shouldn抰 be
arguing over who gets credit, you should be   612
arguing over who gets blamed for inflicting
this horrible joke upon the world! Now let
it go! The joke sucks!

Patron: Oh, excuse me.                        612



Phoebe: I didn抰 know Playboy prints jokes.    612


Rachel: He left work in the middle of the
day to do a personal errand and left you in
                                              612
charge when you抳e been working here two
days? That抯 not, that抯 not right.
Rachel: Well, you know what? This is great.
Finally, I have someone I can pass on my
wisdom too. Let me tell you about a couple
of things I learned while working at the
                                              612
coffeehouse. First of all, the customer is
always right. (Joey nods.) A smile goes a
long way. (Joey smiles) And if anyone is
ever rude to you? Sneeze muffin.
Rachel: What? Wait a minute. What are you
saying, that I抦 a pushover? I抦 not a          612
pushover.
Rachel: Yes, we are very sorry to tell you
                                              612
this, but you, Phoebe, are flaky.

Rachel: You see, now, I would date this
girl. She抯 cute, she抯 outdoorsy, you
                                              612
know, and she knows how to build a fire. I
mean, that抯 got to come in handy
Ross: Monica! (She appears, not sure why
                                             612
she was summoned.)
Ross: Yeah, they print jokes, interviews,
hard-hitting journalism. It抯 not just        612
about the pictures.
Ross: You know, Barracuda was the first
                                             612
song I learned to play on the keyboard.
(To start this task, she lowers the top of
her robe to reveal that she is naked from
the waist up, well at least her back is,
and starts to rub on the gunk. Chandler      613
notices this, and has something start
happening. I抣l let you fill in the blank
here.)
[Scene: Monica and Chandler's, Monica is
still sick and is hobbling out into the      613
living room for some help from Chandler
who抯 on the couch reading.]
Chandler: Ho-oh, he抯 gonna get some!
(Rachel looks at him.) Of the glare from
the streetlight out of his apartment.
Y択now so umm, he抯 closed the drapes there    613
so he can have a nice, pleasant
conversation with your little sister.
(Pause) Well, I抦 off to bed! (Goes to
bed.)
Chandler: I know, let抯 rest and drink lots
of fluids. (Holds up a glass of orange       613
juice.)
Chandler: Oh come on you big faker!          613
Chandler: Oh what is it honey, you need
some tea? Some soup? (He gets up from the
couch and goes into the bedroom to find
Monica, still in the robe, lying             613
seductively on the bed. Or at least she抯
trying too and as he enters the room, she
takes the robe off on of her legs.) Oh-
ohhhh!
Chandler: That would be impossible to
resist if you weren抰 all drippy here.        613
(Points to his nose.)
Chandler: Well that was before all the
                                             613
vaporizing action.
Gunther: You are no longer authorized to
                                             613
distribute birthday muffins.
Gunther: You are no longer authorized to
                                             613
distribute birthday muffins.
Jill: Oh no-no-no, he抯 just I don抰 know,
                                              613
he抯 just a little bookish.
Jill: Oh please, I memorized those numbers
when I was 15. But look at all the cool
make-it-on-my-own stuff I got! (Holds up a
red sweater) This is my "Please, hire me"     613
sweater. (Holds up a pair of black pants)
And these are my, "Don抰 you want to rent
me this apartment?" pants.
Jill: That he wouldn抰 pay for my lawyer!
Then he told me to come here and learn
                                              613
about the value of money from the one
daughter he抯 actually proud off.
Joey: Oh that抯 on the house courtesy of
                                              613
Joey Tribbiani.
Monica: (congested) Ugh, they sent me home.
                                              613
They said I can抰 work if I抦 sick.
Monica: I抦 fine. (She goes into one of
those half sneezing, half-coughing fits       613
that you get with a bad cold or flu.)
Monica: I抦 fine. (She goes into one of
those half sneezing, half-coughing fits       613
that you get with a bad cold or flu.)
Monica: I抦 not sick!! I don抰 get sick!
Getting sick is for weaklings and for         613
pansies!
Monica: I抦 not sick!! I don抰 get sick!
Getting sick is for weaklings and for         613
pansies!

Phoebe: No. No. It抯 just I was umm, I was
with Ross and Jill after you left and umm,
                                              613
I抦 pretty sure I saw a little spark
between them.
Rachel: Honey, no one thinks you抮e a
pansy, but we do think you need a tissue.     613
(She notices something hanging from
Monica抯 nose, as does Joey.)
Rachel: Oh my God! I can not believe that!
I mean I don抰 really like it when Ross
goes out with anyone, but my sister isn抰
that like incest or something?! Oh my God,
and they抮e gonna have sex! Oh! Oh no what
if he marries her too?! Oh this is just
terrible, this is just terrible. And I
                                              613
can抰 stop it! I can抰桰 don抰 own Ross!
Y択now? And Jill, she should be able to do
whatever it is that she wants to do! And oh
my God, I can抰 believe Ross is marrying my
little sister, this terrible. Oh my God,
this is just the worst thing that could
have ever happened to me.

Rachel: You went shopping?! What, and then
you just came in here and paraded it right
                                              613
under Jill抯 nose when you know she抯
trying to quit. Wow, you guys are terrible!
Ross: I have to say you are a much bigger
person than I am. I mean after all we抳e
been through, I just梱択now I wish I had a      613
brother to reciprocate. Hey, if you ever
want to go out with Monica, you have my
blessing.
(At this point, Buffay, the Vampire Layer
and Nasforatool start to get it on. Of
course, since this is network TV, we can      614
only see the reactions of the gang to the
film playing off screen.)
(The movie starts, it抯 a vampire抯 lair
and Buffay, The Vampire Layer enters
dressed in leather and carrying a wooden      614
stake. Suddenly, the vampire opens his
coffin and sits up.
(The movie starts, it抯 a vampire抯 lair
and Buffay, The Vampire Layer enters
dressed in leather and carrying a wooden      614
stake. Suddenly, the vampire opens his
coffin and sits up.
[Scene: Monica and Chandler's, Rachel is
                                              614
ranting about Jill to Chandler and Monica.]
Chandler: Phoebe Buffay in Buffay: The
                                              614
Vampire Layer.
Gunther: Well, I wouldn抰 call her a star,
but she抯 really good. You should check out    614
Inspecther Gadget.
Jill: Ugh! I cannot believe you did this
too me! You had me doubting how smart I       614
was! (Gasps) You had me doubting my fashion
sense!
Jill: Y択now, thanks for trying to cheer me
up, but I抦 not gonna date some random guy     614
from your work.
Joey: Come on man there抯 gotta be
something that gets you choked up! Like uh,   614
uh oh, what if you saw a three-legged
puppy?
Joey: Re! Re! Then I can watch that! Rewind
                                              614
it! Rewind it!
Monica: And-and-and if I die, from a long
illness. And you抮e writing out my eulogy
and you open a desk drawer and you find a
note from me that says, "I will always be     614
with you," and you still can抰 shed one
tiny tear, I know you抣l be crying a river
inside.
Monica: And-and-and if I die, from a long
illness. And you抮e writing out my eulogy
and you open a desk drawer and you find a
note from me that says, "I will always be     614
with you," and you still can抰 shed one
tiny tear, I know you抣l be crying a river
inside.
Monica: Chandler there抯 nothing wrong with
crying! I mean you don抰 have to be so         614
macho all the time.
Rachel: Jill this is not about me being
jealous of you! This is about you being a     614
brat! Wanting what you can抰 have!
Rachel: Ohhh well. Y択now what honey? The
best thing to do to get over a guy is to
start dating someone else. Oh! There is       614
this great guy you will love at work named
Bob! He抯 a real up-and-comer in Human
Resources.
Rachel: Ohhh well. Y択now what honey? The
best thing to do to get over a guy is to
start dating someone else. Oh! There is       614
this great guy you will love at work named
Bob! He抯 a real up-and-comer in Human
Resources.
Rachel: Right. Was it the, "Please don抰
show me another picture of a trilobite        614
vibe?"
Rachel: Yeah. And y択now who should抳e shut
their drapes? Is that perverted old couple    614
two doors over.
Rachel: 匢 am jealous of her?! I mean who
                                              614
does she think she is?! Princess Caroline?!

Ross: (while Rachel is finishing her rant)
Okay! Okay! Okay! It抯 okay. (Rachel
                                              614
stops.) It抯 okay. Hey, it抯 too weird for
you, I won抰 see her again.
Ross: Well umm, oh! I might be teaching
                                              614
another class this semester!
Ross: Well, I抎 love to! Here, you wait
right here and I抣l go get the projector       614
and my notes!
The Fan: Can-can I get your autograph, I抦
your biggest fan. (Holds out a napkin and a   614
pen.)
Ursula: Y択now, twin stuff is always a real
                                              614
big seller.
(She turns out the lights and in the
                                              615
darkened room Chandler starts to moan.)

[Scene: Monica and Phoebe's, continued from
earlier. Monica and Chandler are still        615
discussing the previous question.]

[Scene: Rachel and Barry抯 bedroom, Rachel
is watching Days of Our Lives. Of course
it抯 a Dr. Drake Remoray scene. It抯 set in
                                              615
a hospital room, and Dr. Wesley and a nurse
are talking about a female patient with a
bandage around her head.]
[Scene: Rachel and Barry抯 bedroom, Rachel
is watching Days of Our Lives. Of course
it抯 a Dr. Drake Remoray scene. It抯 set in
                                              615
a hospital room, and Dr. Wesley and a nurse
are talking about a female patient with a
bandage around her head.]
{Transcriber抯 note: This is where the
opening credits are, but they抮e not the
usual opening credits. Oh no! These credits
are based on the world that would have been
created had all of the above actually
happened. It starts out with all of them at
the fountain sitting on the couch as Fat
Monica runs up and sits on the arm of the
couch, tilting the whole thing towards her.
It then goes on to show Rachel抯 still a
shop-aholic and with Barry. Fat Monica is
sweating while cooking and dancing while
eating a donut. Phoebe as the Wall Street
shark smoking while on two cell phones.       615
Then they抮e dancing in the fountain. Joey
entering as Dr. Drake Remoray and meeting a
groupie. Chandler trying to write as a bird
does its business on his shoulder and
falling asleep while typing. Ross doing
some kara-tay and trying to get Carol into
bed. And finally, some more dancing in the
fountain, them all flexing, and the turning
out the lamp and shutting off all the
lights bit from the first season. Just
remember one thing, this is an alternate
universe. Everything from every other
episode doesn抰 apply, for instance, Ross
and Rachel have no history. And in fact
{Transcriber抯 note: This is where the
opening credits are, but they抮e not the
usual opening credits. Oh no! These credits
are based on the world that would have been
created had all of the above actually
happened. It starts out with all of them at
the fountain sitting on the couch as Fat
Monica runs up and sits on the arm of the
couch, tilting the whole thing towards her.
It then goes on to show Rachel抯 still a
shop-aholic and with Barry. Fat Monica is
sweating while cooking and dancing while
eating a donut. Phoebe as the Wall Street
shark smoking while on two cell phones.       615
Then they抮e dancing in the fountain. Joey
entering as Dr. Drake Remoray and meeting a
groupie. Chandler trying to write as a bird
does its business on his shoulder and
falling asleep while typing. Ross doing
some kara-tay and trying to get Carol into
bed. And finally, some more dancing in the
fountain, them all flexing, and the turning
out the lamp and shutting off all the
lights bit from the first season. Just
remember one thing, this is an alternate
universe. Everything from every other
episode doesn抰 apply, for instance, Ross
Carol: Yeah! And maybe someday in fact
and Rachel have no history. Andwe could get
                                              615
a place with two bathrooms.
Chandler: (reading the list) Drop off my
dry cleaning. Pick up my vitamins. Teach me   615
how to spell vitamins. Wear in my new
jeans.
Chandler: (sexily) Yeah?                      615
Chandler: I抦 the ruptured spleen.
                                              615
(Laughs.)
Chandler: I抦 the ruptured spleen.
                                              615
(Laughs.)

Chandler: Oh I just got another rejection
letter. They said my writing was funny,       615
just not "Archie Comic funny."
Chandler: Oh just great. He beeps me now
with codes. One is, "Bring me food." Two
                                              615
is, "I抦 with a girl, bring us food." Three
is, "I抦 lost and I can抰 find food."
Chandler: Well uh, Archie needs money to
fix his jalopy (Joey laughs), uh but he
doesn抰 want Reggie to just give him the
money. So Reggie hires him as his assist梐s    615
his butler. And then makes him do all these
crazy things like bring him milkshakes that
can抰 have lumps in them.
Chandler: What if I had had the guts to
quit my job? I抎 probably be writing for
the New Yorker, getting paid to be funny.     615
But my job抯 fun too! I mean tomorrow, I-I
don抰 have to wear a tie.
Chandler: Yeah! (Takes it.) If-if-if we did
do this there would be a lot of pressure on
me, y択now? Because you抳e been waiting a       615
very long time and I wouldn抰 want to
disappoint you.
Dr. Roger: They have parasites?               615
Dr. Roger: Y択now, it抯 funny, but when we
                                              615
were studying communicable diseases?
Joey: (entering) Hey! Hey Chandler look, I
know you抮e mad, but I just want to say I抦
sorry. I-I was a total jerk. Completely o-
                                              615
over the line. Uh, I just I hate pulp!
Y択now? I mean, y択now how Monica feels
about low fat mayonnaise?
Joey: (holding a plate of what looks like
Rice Crispies Treats) I know, here-here!!     615
(Hands her the plate.)
Joey: All right! Now hey, I need to use the
bathroom. Since I don抰 need any assistance    615
in there, take a break!
Joey: All right, and over there is Brady抯
Pub where I like to unwind after a long day   615
of surgeoning.
Joey: All right, and over there is Brady抯
Pub where I like to unwind after a long day   615
of surgeoning.
Joey: I know. (Joey is sitting in this tall
chair that is made up of balls on polls.      615
You抣l have to see it to know what I mean.)
Yeah, his name is Pat.
Joey: Rachel, would you stop saying that?!
Hey-hey look, remember on the show when-      615
when Caprice was dying and she gave me?
Monica: (panicked) Oh wait! You didn抰 just
                                              615
sit on my Kit-Kats did you?!!
Monica: And then we抮e gonna have a little
Middle Eastern cous-cous. Something we can    615
eat, with our hands.
Monica: I hope you抮e hungry, we抮e
starting with oysters. And y択now what they    615
say about oysters, don抰 you?
Monica: It抯 not like, I haven抰 any
opportunities. I mean, y択now, I抦 just
waiting for the perfect guy. I抦 seeing
this guy Roger, all right? He抯 not            615
perfect, but umm, I think maybe I should
just get it over with. Y択now, give him my
flower.
Monica: No! (They both laugh.) Oyster?        615
Monica: No! Umm well, some people say that
                                              615
Oysters are an aphrodisiac.

Monica: No-no-no, no! It抯 sensual!            615

Monica: Wait a minute! (Quickly checks her
                                              615
pockets and pulls out? My last Kit-Kat bar!
Monica: Y択now, I don抰 have an
appointment, but I sure could use a           615
physical. (He laughs halfheartedly) Are you
sure you抮e okay?
Monica's Boyfriend: (returning) Here we go,
one Hazelnut Latte. (Hands it to Monica and   615
sits down.)
Monica's Boyfriend: Bye-bye. (Gets up to
leave.) Oh uh, by the way, the answer is,     615
the Brazil nut. (Exits.)
Monica's Boyfriend: Can anyone else name a
well known seed that抯 been masquerading as    615
a nut?
Phoebe: Because at that time you see, I
thought everything that rhymed was true. So
I thought y択now that if I抎 work with          615
stocks, I抎 have to live in a box, and only
eat lox, and have a pet fox.

Phoebe: Because at that time you see, I
thought everything that rhymed was true. So
I thought y択now that if I抎 work with          615
stocks, I抎 have to live in a box, and only
eat lox, and have a pet fox.
Phoebe: Hmm, pulling in a salary in the
high six figures or rubbing gross naked       615
people for chump change梠oh, what do I do?!
What will I do?!
Phoebe: Let抯 go! Come on! Move it! (Grabs
her coat.) Come on! (To an old man who抯
holding her shoes and briefcase.) Shoes!      615
Briefcase! (Takes them both.) Thanks Lou,
good luck with the gall bladder. (She
leaves.)
Phoebe: Nu-uh!                                615

Phoebe: Oh yeah, the doctor said that could
                                              615
be one of the side effects.
Phoebe: Ohh that抯 so sweet! (Her cell
phone rings.) Oh! Hang on! (Quickly grabs a
cigarette and starts to light it as her
phone rings.) Hang onnnnnn!!! (Gets the
cigarette lighted and answers the phone.)
                                              615
(On phone.) Go!! No! No-no! I said sell
when it hits 50! 5-0, it抯 a number! It
comes after 4-9!! No, it抯 okay. It抯 okay,
you抮e allowed one mistake. Just kidding,
you are of course fired.
Phoebe: Roll playing?You could be the
warden; she could be the prisoner. You        615
could be the pirate; she could be the
wench!
Phoebe: Yeah that was lucrative! Smart like
                                              615
your brother!
Phoebe: Yeah! Or too, you could be two
stockbrokers and you抮e-you抮e-you抮e
rolling around naked on the trading floor     615
and everybody抯 watching! (Ross looks at
her.) It never happened.
Phoebe: Yeah, I had a massage client who
worked there and-and he said I had a knack      615
for stocks.

Phoebe: Yeah, I had a massage client who
worked there and-and he said I had a knack      615
for stocks.
Phoebe: You抮e in my office! Look, I have
made a lot of cash for this company! Okay?
                                                615
I am talking big bucks! Pesos! Yen! Rubles!
You make one little mistake?

Phoebe: You抮e in my office! Look, I have
made a lot of cash for this company! Okay?
                                                615
I am talking big bucks! Pesos! Yen! Rubles!
You make one little mistake?

Phoebe: You抮e in my office! Look, I have
made a lot of cash for this company! Okay?
                                                615
I am talking big bucks! Pesos! Yen! Rubles!
You make one little mistake?
Rachel: (awestruck, then not) Isn抰 that a
                                                615
line from the show?!
Rachel: But I thought that ring stood for
                                                615
Caprice抯 undying love for her brother.
Rachel: Let me uh, let me ask you
something, do wedding vows mean squat to
you people?! And why is it that the second      615
we tell you we抮e going out of town, bamn
there you are in bed with the neighbor抯
dog walker?!
Rachel: No seriously! Seriously! What has
                                                615
happened to the sanctity of marriage?

Rachel: Oh wait, don抰 you have to pay for
                                                615
your, (looks at his magazine) Busty Ladies?
Rachel: Oh, it抯 the best! (They    both
exhale contemplating the joys of   marriage.)   615
So, umm how抯 Monica?
Rachel: Oh, it抯 the best! (They    both
exhale contemplating the joys of   marriage.)   615
So, umm how抯 Monica?
Rachel: Yes!! I mean sex does not have to
be a big deal! There shouldn抰 be all this
rules and restrictions! Y択now, people        615
should be able to sleep with who ever they
want, whenever?
Ross: (answering it) 1987, the day after
Christmas, at Sean McMahon抯 party. I         615
played you one of my songs, y択now
Interplanetary Courtship Ritual.
Ross: (answering it) 1987, the day after
Christmas, at Sean McMahon抯 party. I         615
played you one of my songs, y択now
Interplanetary Courtship Ritual.
Ross: (recognizing her) Oh my God! Rachel
                                             615
Green?
Ross: Hey! There are some men who will do
whatever it takes to make their marriage
work! Okay? There are some men who will
stand by and-and watch as their wives        615
engage in-in what only can be described as
a twosome with some-some woman she barely
knows from the gym!
Ross: Hey! There are some men who will do
whatever it takes to make their marriage
work! Okay? There are some men who will
stand by and-and watch as their wives        615
engage in-in what only can be described as
a twosome with some-some woman she barely
knows from the gym!
Ross: I抎 bet I抎 still be doing my kara-
tay. (That抯 karate, he抯 just saying it
that way.) Towards the end of our marriage
                                             615
I was doing a lot of kara-tay as a way of
releasing the tension from y択now, not
doing anything else physical.
Ross: Oh. (He takes the notepad she was
using and looks at it.) Wow! (Flips to
another page.) Huh. (Flips another page.)    615
Boy! (Flips another page.) Well, someone抯
been doing their homework. (Flips two more
pages.)
(Rachel calmly wipes the spittle off her
                                             617
face.)
(Ross appears at the window behind them
crouched behind a garbage can and ready to
spring his attack on who he thinks are        617
Phoebe and Rachel. The camera cuts to the
exterior view and Phoebe and Rachel call
the shots from inside.)
[Scene: Monica and Chandler抯 bedroom, they
                                              617
are relaxing in sexual bliss.]
[Time lapse. The girls have Ross pinned
face down. Phoebe is sitting on his back
and arms while holding his head down and
                                              617
facing Rachel. Rachel is sitting on his
knees and holding his lower legs
vertically, causing Ross pain.]
Chandler: (reminiscing) Ah, finally an
                                              617
explanation.
Chandler: Yeah, I thought so to until I
                                              617
paper mached one of my eyes shut.
Gunther: That guy (points) has been waiting
for his coffee for ten minutes! He抯
complained about you three times! (He hands   617
the coffee cup to Joey, assuming that Joey
will deliver it and walks away.)

Joey: (gets very angry) Damnit Carl! (Carl
goes to say something more, and Joey          617
silences him with a grunt.)
Joey: (in his head) 2,000 bucks is a lot of
money. Oh, I wish I had a twin. Where could
I find someone who looks exactly like me?
(The camera widens its shot to reveal a       617
room full of Joey look-a-likes. Joey looks
at the guy next to him and then back at his
script.)
Joey: All right, look I抦 sorry you guys,
but it抯 just that I gotta get these new
head shots made. And they抮e really
expensive, y択now? I抦 down to like three!      617
Well, actually two 慶ause one of 慹m I
kinda blackened in some teeth梂hy did I do
that?! (Hits himself in the head.)
Joey: Oh that抯 too bad. I抳e kinda been
saving up. (She just looks at him in          617
horror.) Uh, are you sure there抯 no
studies I can participate in?
Joey: Ohh, hey! Why don抰 you book a date
for both of you at one of those romantic      617
spas?
Joey: Well how about this one? Testing the
effects of Joey Tribbiani on attractive       617
nurse receptionists.
Phoebe: Ohh! I have! I have! I started
making these little sock bunnies! (She
takes out a sock that抯 been made into a       617
bunny with eyes, nose, mouth, whiskers, and
two other socks sown onto it for ears.) Oh
for crying out loud!
Phoebe: Yeah it is! It is! It抯 freshwater
                                              617
eel!

Phoebe: Yeah it is! It is! It抯 freshwater
                                              617
eel!

Phoebe: You mean in case someone is trying
to steal your bamboo sleeping mat or your     617
kettle of fish?
Rachel: Well, Valentine抯 Day was like two
weeks ago, so I wouldn抰 get her a             617
calendar!
Rachel: What? You wanna see me self-defend
myself?! Go over there (points) and pretend   617
you抮e a sexual predator! Go on! I dare
ya!!
Receptionist: We抮e actually at the end of
one of our research cycles, so we抮e not       617
looking for applicants right now.
Ross: A lesson in the importance of unagi.
(He starts doing the finger thing every       617
time now.)
Ross: I抦 sorry I had to take such drastic
measures to make my point, but I條ook, I
just want you guys to be safe. (Monica
comes out to throw out the garbage and Ross   617
screams? DANGER!!!!! (She completely
ignores him and keeps walking.) Ahhh, huh?
Unagi.
Ross: Perhaps. Now I抦 curious, at what
point during those girlish screams would      617
you have begun to kick my ass?
Ross: Perhaps. Now I抦 curious, at what
point during those girlish screams would      617
you have begun to kick my ass?
Ross: Unagi is a state of total awareness.
Okay? Only by achieving true unagi can you   617
be prepared for any danger that may befall
you!
Ross: Unagi is a state of total awareness.
Okay? Only by achieving true unagi can you   617
be prepared for any danger that may befall
you!
Ross: Unagi is a state of total awareness.
Okay? Only by achieving true unagi can you   617
be prepared for any danger that may befall
you!
Ross: What抯 up with the greed Joe?           617
Ross: Yeah-yeah, except Apollo 8 didn抰
actually land on the moon. But you-you-you
could write that umm, your love lets me
orbit the moon twice and return safely.
(Apollo 8 was the first one that orbited
                                             617
the moon and the one that read the
Christmas Story from the orbit of the moon
on Christmas Eve, 1968. They also took the
famous Earthrise picture of the Earth
rising over the moon.)
Ross: Yeah-yeah, except Apollo 8 didn抰
actually land on the moon. But you-you-you
could write that umm, your love lets me
orbit the moon twice and return safely.
(Apollo 8 was the first one that orbited
                                             617
the moon and the one that read the
Christmas Story from the orbit of the moon
on Christmas Eve, 1968. They also took the
famous Earthrise picture of the Earth
rising over the moon.)
Ross: Yeah-yeah, except Apollo 8 didn抰
actually land on the moon. But you-you-you
could write that umm, your love lets me
orbit the moon twice and return safely.
(Apollo 8 was the first one that orbited
                                             617
the moon and the one that read the
Christmas Story from the orbit of the moon
on Christmas Eve, 1968. They also took the
famous Earthrise picture of the Earth
rising over the moon.)
Ross: Yeah-yeah, except Apollo 8 didn抰
actually land on the moon. But you-you-you
could write that umm, your love lets me
orbit the moon twice and return safely.
(Apollo 8 was the first one that orbited
                                              617
the moon and the one that read the
Christmas Story from the orbit of the moon
on Christmas Eve, 1968. They also took the
famous Earthrise picture of the Earth
rising over the moon.)
Ross: Y択now what? She抎-she抎 love this.
(Picks up a model of the Saturn V rocket,
that抯 the one that took man to the moon.)     617
Uh, it抯 an exact replica of Apollo 8. I
made it in the sixth grade.
Ross: Y択now what? She抎-she抎 love this.
(Picks up a model of the Saturn V rocket,
that抯 the one that took man to the moon.)     617
Uh, it抯 an exact replica of Apollo 8. I
made it in the sixth grade.
The Instructor: Who? Me the attacker?         617
(They start to look around seeing that the
                                              618
living room is undamaged.)
(They walk into a completely redecorated
and repainted room. And of course, the room
is immaculate. Only an obsessive-compulsive   618
like Monica could find fault with the
room.)
(They walk into a completely redecorated
and repainted room. And of course, the room
is immaculate. Only an obsessive-compulsive   618
like Monica could find fault with the
room.)
[Scene: Joey's apartment, Joey and Rachel
are throwing huge spitballs at the            618
entertainment center.]
[Scene: N.Y.U. Paleontology department,
Ross is putting up the grades on the          618
message board.]
[Scene: Ross's apartment, Ross is looking
                                              618
at his handbook. Elizabeth is also there.]
Chandler: Ahh, Hotties of the Paleontology
Department, there抯 a big selling calendar,    618
eh?
Chandler: Great story again! The yarns that
                                              618
you weave! Woo-hoo-hoo!
Chandler: No, that was Dana Caplin.           618


Chandler: Oh yeah, Dana Keystone. She was
                                              618
in my Movement class.


Dana: Absolutely! But you-you would really
feel better about me rejecting you if your    618
actor friend can audition for my movie?

Dana: Apparently Howie抯 editing now. Yeah,
he-he-he calls me up and asks me if he can
edit my new movie. Can you believe that?!     618
Y択now I-I-I haven抰 spoken to him in like
ten years and he asks me for a favor!

Dana: Apparently Howie抯 editing now. Yeah,
he-he-he calls me up and asks me if he can
edit my new movie. Can you believe that?!     618
Y択now I-I-I haven抰 spoken to him in like
ten years and he asks me for a favor!
Dana: Y択now who I ran into from school?
                                              618
Howie.
Fireman #2: It could抳e been a hair
                                              618
straightener.
Fireman #2: No, there was an appliance left
on in the bathroom. It抯 looks like a          618
curling iron.
Joey: Oh hey, do you still have their final
                                              618
exams?

Joey: Oh well listen, anyway she抯
directing the new Al Pacino movie. You        618
gotta get me an audition!

Joey: Oh, 慶ause you can just match the
evaluation to the exam with the same          618
handwriting and boom, there抯 your admirer.
(Ross is stunned.)
Joey: This is where I keep the pizza. (It抯
the same location as before.) And桯ey!         618
Where did the napkin go?! (The napkin is
not in it抯 spot.)
Monica: (pulling the plate back) Oh-ho! But
not in here! Can抰 eat 慹m in bed,              618
remember? No crumbies!
Monica: It抯 Chandler抯 way of pretending
                                              618
he didn抰 take mime.


Monica: Now there you go! I wouldn抰 want
                                              618
my best guest to strain her eyes!
Phoebe: (gritting her teeth) Okay, I抣l be
                                              618
out in a second.
Phoebe: Now I know that they said that the
umm, the hair straightener started the fire
but I think I抦 partly at fault. You see, I
didn抰, I didn抰 tell you but umm, but I-I
                                              618
had recently refilled the tissues and so
y択now let抯 just face it, that抯 just
kindling! So I think it抯 better that I
stay at Joey抯.
Phoebe: Now I know that they said that the
umm, the hair straightener started the fire
but I think I抦 partly at fault. You see, I
didn抰, I didn抰 tell you but umm, but I-I
                                              618
had recently refilled the tissues and so
y択now let抯 just face it, that抯 just
kindling! So I think it抯 better that I
stay at Joey抯.

Ross: (feeling it too) No! No! It抯 wrong!
                                              618
It抯-it抯-it抯 naughty. It抯 taboo.

Ross: Hey! I just got uh, my teacher
evaluations! Check out what this one
student wrote, "I loved Dr. Geller抯 class.    618
Mind blowing lectures! Dr. Geller, you are
definitely the hottie of the paleontology
department!"
Ross: Hey! I just got uh, my teacher
evaluations! Check out what this one
student wrote, "I loved Dr. Geller抯 class.    618
Mind blowing lectures! Dr. Geller, you are
definitely the hottie of the paleontology
department!"
Ross: Hey! I just got uh, my teacher
evaluations! Check out what this one
student wrote, "I loved Dr. Geller抯 class.   618
Mind blowing lectures! Dr. Geller, you are
definitely the hottie of the paleontology
department!"
Ross: No, but it is frowned upon.            618
Ross: Oh, I wish I knew, but the
                                             618
evaluations are all anonymous.
(Another professor barges in.)               619

[Scene: Joey and now Rachel's apartment,
Joey has the fridge pulled out away from
                                             619
the wall and is in the process of pulling
off the cooling grate behind it.]
[Scene: Joey and Rachel's apartment,
Chandler is entering to find Joey bingeing   619
on the food from the fridge. Joey isn抰
doing all that well.]
[Scene: Ross抯 office, he抯 unlocking his
                                             619
office door as Elizabeth walks up.]
Chandler: (horrified) Wait! You look? You-
                                             619
you massaged me.
Chandler: (To Rachel) Eldad is much more
cooperative! And he can dance! (To Eldad)    619
You dance for Rachel!
Chandler: Is this a service you抮e
                                             619
providing me?
Chandler: Okay now it doesn抰 matter which
one you choose, y択now? It抯 completely up
to you. Our guy is perfect, or you can go    619
out with the guy Phoebe deemed not good
enough to go out with herself.
Chandler: Then you distract her with a
                                             619
Barbie doll.
Chandler: Wait a minute, is she going for
spring vacation or is she going for spring   619
break? (Does a little whooping/party
noise.)
Chandler: You know the hotels?               619
Eldad: Yes, Papaya Extract.                  619

Eldad: Yes, Papaya Extract.                  619
Elizabeth: Oh, don抰 worry I have plenty of
                                              619
sun block, it抯 SPF-30.
Joey: I just got this really weird message
                                              619
from Ross. He said turn on MTV.
Joey: Man, she is going to have a great
                                              619
time! Is she staying at the Hotel Corona?

Joey: Or! You can just, y択now?(He walks up
close to whisper in Ross抯 ear and when he     619
gets there he pushes Ross into the fridge.)
Joey: Well that thing is clearing in the
way! All right. Ah-ha! (He grabs a
screwdriver and starts to attack the          619
compressor, only he causes a small short
circuit and shocks himself.) Ah-ah!! Damn
fridge!
Joey: Well that thing is clearing in the
way! All right. Ah-ha! (He grabs a
screwdriver and starts to attack the          619
compressor, only he causes a small short
circuit and shocks himself.) Ah-ah!! Damn
fridge!
Monica: Does Ralph mumble when you抮e not
                                              619
paying attention?
Monica: Yeah. In fact, I like her so much
you tell her I want my cookies early this
                                              619
year! Y択now, a box of Thin Mints and some
Tag-a-Longs.


Phoebe: A chin dimple!                        619


Phoebe: Oh that抯 good, I guess she抣l have
                                              619
a choice between my guy and your weirdo.
Phoebe: Oh, sly.                              619
Phoebe: Well my guy is spectacular. Okay?
He抯 a massage client and one time umm,        619
when he was on the table, I looked at it.
And I mean all of it.
Phoebe: You ask us to find you a guy and
                                              619
you come traipsing in here with your own!
Rachel: I am still talking!! And then you
chase away the one guy that I actually
liked! I mean, no offense to you guys.
Really! I mean (To Patrick) congratulations
on all the cash, (He nods) and-and
y択now?Feels Eldad抯 hair)梂ow! You do have
                                              619
very soft hair! But I would much rather go
to the ball all by myself than go through
anymore of this! Good-bye! (Grabs her
stuff, starts to leave, then turns back
suddenly, and to Eldad) Now do you use some
sort of special conditioner on that hair?!
Rachel: We just uh, we just met at the
newsstand. We both grabbed for the last       619
Field & Stream. (Chandler抯 shocked.) What?
I read that.
Rachel: Well-well a little blind sided but
                                              619
y択now good.
Ross: (quickly jumping away from Elizabeth)
Yes, professor Feesen-sen-stenlger?I抣l be
with you in one moment. (To Elizabeth) So,    619
I will take one box of the Thin Mints. (And
he ushers Elizabeth out of the office.)
Ross: Are you into crafts at all?             619
Ross: I went to Egypt with my dad.            619
Ross: Shh! (Laughs then composes himself)
                                              619
Of course, why don抰 we go inside?
Ross: Sure. Sure. Look I don抰, I don抰
know if your plans are finalized yet, but     619
umm, hey I-I know another great way to blow
off steam.
Ross: Well, it turns out that she is going
to Daytona for spring break woo-hoo. That
means, that means wet T-shirt contests,       619
guys doing shots off of girl抯 bodies,
waking up next to people you don抰 even
know?
Ross: Well, yeah, of-of course I抦 okay!
What? I抦 just being supportive. Supportive
of you and this whole trip, and-and           619
(notices something) what-what is uh, what抯
this? (He holds up a rather skimpy bathing
suit.)
Ross: Yes, her molecular epidemiology paper
                                              619
is due tomorrow.
Ross: Yes, her molecular epidemiology paper
                                              619
is due tomorrow.
Ross: Yes, yes of course, what-what would
                                              619
this be regarding?
(They wrestle on the couch for a little
while until Monica gets the upper hand and
pulls Rachel off of the couch by her sock.
Monica removes Rachel's sock and starts       620
beating her with it.)This leads to
wrestling on the floor. This finally angers
Phoebe.)
[And with that we go into the save the
budget portion of the show, which features
flashbacks from previous episodes. The
first set of auditions feature high lights    620
or low lights of Joey抯 acting career. The
first flashback is from The One With The
Lesbian Wedding.]
[Joey just laughs as a third set of
flashbacks featuring Chandler抯 mistakes
starts. The first flashback is from The One
                                              620
With The Prom Video. It's Chandler telling
Phoebe how much he hates the bracelet Joey
bought him. They're both at Central Perk.]

[Scene: Joey and Rachel's apartment, Phoebe
is helping Joey rehearse for an audition.     620
Phoebe is overacting her part.]
[The next flashback is also from The One
With The Butt and it's also on the
soundtrack. He's Joey telling everyone        620
about his big break in Monica and Rachel's
apartment.]
[The next flashback is from The One Where
No One's Ready. Joey is retaliating
                                              620
against Chandler hiding his underwear by
wearing a whole bunch of clothes.]
Chandler: Joey? Got you a Joey Special, two
pizzas! Joe? (The phone rings and he
answers it) (On phone) Hello? (Takes the
phone away from his mouth when he realizes
what he just did and yells.) Damnit! (Back
on phone.) Hello? (Listens.) No, Joey抯 not
here right now, but I can take a message I
think. (Listens) He抯 still got a chance
for the part?! Oh, that抯 great news!          620
(Listens) Well no obviously not for the
actor who was mauled by his dog. (Listens)
Oh well, that抯 great. I will give Joey the
message. Thank you! (Hangs up and goes to
write the message on the Magna-Doodle.)
Yes! (Reading what he抯 writing) Okay, Mac
audition at 2:00. Allergy actor attacked.
(Pause) By dog not flowers.

Chandler: Oh come on guys, it抯 not like I
moved to Europe! I just moved across the
hall! And we would have you over all the
time if it weren抰 for (struggles to get
this out) Monica抯 allergies. (The duck
quacks.) You抮e right, I could never lie to
you. She hates you. (The phone rings.)
Should I get that? (Laughs, then answers
                                              620
the phone.) Hello? (Listens) Uh no, Joey抯
not here right now. Can I take a message?
(Listens) Yeah, okay so the audition has
been moved from 5:00 to 2:30? (Listens)
Okay great. (Listens.) Bye. (Hangs up the
phone and goes to write the message on the
Magna-Doodle on the door but Monica walks
in and forces him to jump out of the way.)
Chandler: Well, it is overdue.                620
Joey: (on stage in an Austrian accent)
Vell, Eva, ve've done some excellent vork
here, and I vould have to say, your pwoblem   620
is qviiite clear. (He goes into a song and
dance number.)
Joey: And I know both of them, they抮e
really good. One of them is the guy from
                                              620
those allergy commercials who抯 always
getting chased by those big flowers?
Joey: Come on C.H.E.E.S.E., I抦 not leaving
without you! Try routing your backup source   620
through your primary CPU.
Joey: Come on C.H.E.E.S.E., I抦 not leaving
without you! Try routing your backup source   620
through your primary CPU.
Joey: Oh, it抯 a new TV show. Yeah. I抦 up
for the part of Mac Macaveli or "Mac."
Yeah, I抦 a detective and I solve crimes
with the help of my robot partner. He抯 a,     620
he抯 a Computerized Humanoid Electronically
Enhanced Secret Enforcer or-or
"C.H.E.E.S.E."
Joey: Oh, it抯 a new TV show. Yeah. I抦 up
for the part of Mac Macaveli or "Mac."
Yeah, I抦 a detective and I solve crimes
with the help of my robot partner. He抯 a,     620
he抯 a Computerized Humanoid Electronically
Enhanced Secret Enforcer or-or
"C.H.E.E.S.E."
Joey: Oh, it抯 a new TV show. Yeah. I抦 up
for the part of Mac Macaveli or "Mac."
Yeah, I抦 a detective and I solve crimes
with the help of my robot partner. He抯 a,     620
he抯 a Computerized Humanoid Electronically
Enhanced Secret Enforcer or-or
"C.H.E.E.S.E."
Joey: Oh, it抯 a new TV show. Yeah. I抦 up
for the part of Mac Macaveli or "Mac."
Yeah, I抦 a detective and I solve crimes
with the help of my robot partner. He抯 a,     620
he抯 a Computerized Humanoid Electronically
Enhanced Secret Enforcer or-or
"C.H.E.E.S.E."
Joey: Oh, it抯 a new TV show. Yeah. I抦 up
for the part of Mac Macaveli or "Mac."
Yeah, I抦 a detective and I solve crimes
with the help of my robot partner. He抯 a,     620
he抯 a Computerized Humanoid Electronically
Enhanced Secret Enforcer or-or
"C.H.E.E.S.E."
Joey: That抯 the title! Yeah! Y択now they
really lucked out that the initials spell     620
cheese.
Phoebe: (overacting badly) I can抰! My
circuits are fried! They抮e fried I tell       620
you!!
Phoebe: (tremendously overacting) Fine!
I抣l do it without you! (Joey gives her
thumbs up) I don抰 need you or anybody         620
else! I抦 gonna make it on my own! (Joey
closes the door to his bedroom.) You抣l
see!! You抣l all see!!
[Scene: Central Perk, Ross is at the
counter drinking coffee as Elizabeth enters
with her dad, Paul. Elizabeth goes to kiss
Ross, but he just kisses her on the           621
forehead. By the way Paul is played by
Bruce Willis. Yes, that Bruce Willis from
Moonlighting, Die Hard, and Armageddon.]
[Scene: Central Perk, Ross is at the
counter drinking coffee as Elizabeth enters
with her dad, Paul. Elizabeth goes to kiss
Ross, but he just kisses her on the           621
forehead. By the way Paul is played by
Bruce Willis. Yes, that Bruce Willis from
Moonlighting, Die Hard, and Armageddon.]
[Scene: Central Perk, Ross is at the
counter drinking coffee as Elizabeth enters
with her dad, Paul. Elizabeth goes to kiss
Ross, but he just kisses her on the           621
forehead. By the way Paul is played by
Bruce Willis. Yes, that Bruce Willis from
Moonlighting, Die Hard, and Armageddon.]
[Scene: Monica, Chandler, and Phoebe's,
Joey is telling everyone about his            621
impending termination at Mac and
C.H.E.E.S.E.]
C.H.E.E.S.E.: The shipment never made it
                                              621
through Omaha?
C.H.E.E.S.E.: The shipment never made it
                                              621
through Omaha?
Chandler: (To Monica) I told you I should
not wear this color. (He抯 wearing a           621
reddish-orange sweater.)
Chandler: Damn those robots, they抮e
                                              621
supposed to be our faithful servants!
Chandler: Damn those robots, they抮e
                                              621
supposed to be our faithful servants!
Joey: Oh wow! He抯 so lifelike! (Starts
touching the guy抯 cheeks) Unbelievable!       621
(He starts tugging on the guy抯 ears.

Joey: Oh wow! He抯 so lifelike! (Starts
touching the guy抯 cheeks) Unbelievable!       621
(He starts tugging on the guy抯 ears.

Joey: Okay! (He yanks his hand away.) All
right. Umm, all right Wayne, level with me.
Okay? I-I keep hearing all these rumors
that I might get fired. Okay, they even
have actors coming in to read for my part!
Come on man, you-you got to give me a
second chance! I mean, I love-I love this
little guy! (He grabs C.H.E.E.S.E.抯 arm
and pulls it off at the elbow.) Ah-ah!!       621
(Wayne is shocked.) Okay, that抯 why you
didn抰 want me to touch him right? Here you
go! Okay? (Hands Wayne the arm and he goes
to fix it. Meanwhile Joey starts to berate
himself.) Stupid! I can抰 believe it! God!
(A very beautiful woman walks by.) (To her)
Hey, how you doin? (He and her go over to
talk and Wayne looks on with envy.)

Joey: Okay! (He yanks his hand away.) All
right. Umm, all right Wayne, level with me.
Okay? I-I keep hearing all these rumors
that I might get fired. Okay, they even
have actors coming in to read for my part!
Come on man, you-you got to give me a
second chance! I mean, I love-I love this
little guy! (He grabs C.H.E.E.S.E.抯 arm
and pulls it off at the elbow.) Ah-ah!!       621
(Wayne is shocked.) Okay, that抯 why you
didn抰 want me to touch him right? Here you
go! Okay? (Hands Wayne the arm and he goes
to fix it. Meanwhile Joey starts to berate
himself.) Stupid! I can抰 believe it! God!
(A very beautiful woman walks by.) (To her)
Hey, how you doin? (He and her go over to
talk and Wayne looks on with envy.)
Joey: Well, I-I just, I just it was going
to be like a really cool robot, y択now?        621
Like the terminator or uh, when I first saw
you.
Joey: Wow! Huh? (Picks up the phone) Mac
                                              621
Macaveli, Private Investigator!
Joey: You got it! And the rabbi抯 beard,
100% horsehair. Nice catch C.H.E.E.S.E.!
(Pauses as he waits for C.H.E.E.S.E.抯 next
line.) It抯 your line C.H.E.E.S.E.!            621
(Suddenly C.H.E.E.S.E. goes crazy and
starts flinging it抯 arms and advancing on
Joey behind the desk.) Wayne! Wayne!!
Joey: You got it! And the rabbi抯 beard,
100% horsehair. Nice catch C.H.E.E.S.E.!
(Pauses as he waits for C.H.E.E.S.E.抯 next
line.) It抯 your line C.H.E.E.S.E.!            621
(Suddenly C.H.E.E.S.E. goes crazy and
starts flinging it抯 arms and advancing on
Joey behind the desk.) Wayne! Wayne!!
Monica: We know how tough those
                                              621
parent/teacher conferences can be.
Paul: And anyhow, I抦 sorry I was so harsh
before, but you have to understand that I
                                              621
(pause) still look at Lizzie like she抯 a
twelve-year-old girl.

Paul: Really?! (She nods in the
                                              621
affirmative.)

Phoebe: (reading from her book) Mon?(Pause
as she restarts) Marcia and Chester are
planning on seeing a movie on Sunday night.   621
Marcia thinks they抮e supposed to meet at
six, Chester thinks it抯 at seven.
Phoebe: And how none of it matters when the
people really love each other. (Chandler
and Monica kiss.) And how people will         621
believe anything you tell them as long as
it抯 a compliment.
Phoebe: Marcia and Chester.                   621
Phoebe: Yeah, it抯 about relationships.
Y択now? The traps, the pitfalls, what not      621
to do, keep going. This stuff is great!
Phoebe: You抮e Elizabeth抯 father, huh? I
can see now where she gets her rugged         621
handsomeness.
Phoebe: You抮e Elizabeth抯 father, huh? I
can see now where she gets her rugged         621
handsomeness.
Rachel: Oh, wait and on the nineteenth a
                                              621
secret crush announces itself.
Rachel: Oh, wait and on the nineteenth a
                                              621
secret crush announces itself.

Rachel: Op, but the twelfth brings a
                                              621
lover抯 spat.

Rachel: So it seemed that my prom date had
stood me up, so Ross selflessly, offered to   621
take me.
Rachel: Wow! I definitely did not see that
one backfiring! I抦 gonna go to the            621
bathroom.
Ross: (incredulous) In your mouth?!           621

The Producer: I抣l let you two guys get
                                              621
acquainted, huh? (Walks away.)
The Producer: This is Wayne, the man who
                                              621
created and operates C.H.E.E.S.E.
Wayne: C.H.E.E.S.E. is right here. (He puts
on his headset, picks up the controller,
and wheels C.H.E.E.S.E. in. C.H.E.E.S.E. is   621
just a plain old robot on tracks; he kinda
looks like No. 5 in the movie Short
Circuit.)
Wayne: C.H.E.E.S.E. is right here. (He puts
on his headset, picks up the controller,
and wheels C.H.E.E.S.E. in. C.H.E.E.S.E. is   621
just a plain old robot on tracks; he kinda
looks like No. 5 in the movie Short
Circuit.)
Wayne: C.H.E.E.S.E. is right here. (He puts
on his headset, picks up the controller,
and wheels C.H.E.E.S.E. in. C.H.E.E.S.E. is   621
just a plain old robot on tracks; he kinda
looks like No. 5 in the movie Short
Circuit.)
Wayne: I spent two years developing this
                                                621
machine, it抯 absolutely state of the art.
Wayne: Listen, I-I guarantee you keep your
job if you can teach me how to talk to          621
women like you do.
(And walks up right behind Ross, and
standard sitcom joke 2B follows with the
person being insulted standing right behind
the person doing the insulting while the        622
rest of the people become frightened and
try to warn the insulter about the
insultee抯 presence.)
(And walks up right behind Ross, and
standard sitcom joke 2B follows with   the
person being insulted standing right   behind
the person doing the insulting while   the      622
rest of the people become frightened   and
try to warn the insulter about the
insultee抯 presence.)
(Dr. Geller, the man with the Ph.D. in
Paleontology, is trying to find a place to
hide, but this supposedly intelligent man
                                                622
in the hands of clich閐 scriptwriters runs
around with his pants down around his
ankles like one of the Three Stooges.)
(Dr. Geller, the man with the Ph.D. in
Paleontology, is trying to find a place to
hide, but this supposedly intelligent man
                                                622
in the hands of clich閐 scriptwriters runs
around with his pants down around his
ankles like one of the Three Stooges.)
(Dr. Geller, the man with the Ph.D. in
Paleontology, is trying to find a place to
hide, but this supposedly intelligent man
                                                622
in the hands of clich閐 scriptwriters runs
around with his pants down around his
ankles like one of the Three Stooges.)
(Paul reveals his presence by laughing,
thus concluding standard sitcom joke 2B.
Paul then pulls Ross aside to have a little     622
chat with him and tells the rest of the
group that he抣l just be one second.)
(Ross with his pants around his ankles
tries to run, but Dr. Geller forgets that     622
he has his pants around his ankles and
falls down trying to flee.)
[Cut to his bedroom, Ross is listening at
the door as Paul opens the door, trapping
Ross behind it. With Paul抯 back turned        622
Ross coils up like a snake and slitters
underneath the bed.]
[Cut to his bedroom, Ross is listening at
the door as Paul opens the door, trapping
Ross behind it. With Paul抯 back turned        622
Ross coils up like a snake and slitters
underneath the bed.]
Chandler: Phoebe and Rachel! So the people
that knew about our wedding before me were
you, Phoebe and Rachel, Heldi, and            622
apparently some band called Starlight Magic
7 who are available by the way!
Gunther: Hey! Take these cappuccinos to
table 11 and that guy over there (points)     622
wants the biscotti.
Joey: (nodding knowingly) Now you抮e
                                              622
thinking you gotta sleep with him.
Joey: I know. It was so cool when I was up
there before. Me and Jim Belushi would just
be crackin?up about something?Then I get
                                              622
fired off of Days Of Our Lives and he takes
me down. Now he抯 just laughing at me. Look
at him, that smug Belushi bastard, I抣l?
Monica: This would be a beautiful place to
get married, yeah, but I wouldn抰 put the
aisle there and I would never have the
ceremony there! (Points to both places.) I    622
mean you抎 have the ceremony under this big
beautiful arch. (The arch at the entrance
to the room.)
Paul: (standing in front of a mirror and to
himself) Just relax. Just relax Paul,
you抮e doing great. (Ross moves a piece of
luggage over so he can watch Paul.) She
likes you. She?Maybe, she likes you. She
likes you. Y択now why? Because you抮e a
(pause) neat guy. (Ross can抰 believe what
he抯 hearing.) You are the man. You are
(pause) the man! (He opens his shirt and      622
looks at his chest.) I still got it. Nice
and sexy. You抮e just a love machine.
(Starts singing) I抦 just a love machine
and I won抰 work for nobody but you! Hey
bab-y! (Flexes and grunts loudly.)
Showtime. (Starts to leave and starts
singing.) I抦 just a love machine, yeah ba-
by! (Grunts again and Ross is stunned.)

Paul: (standing in front of a mirror and to
himself) Just relax. Just relax Paul,
you抮e doing great. (Ross moves a piece of
luggage over so he can watch Paul.) She
likes you. She?Maybe, she likes you. She
likes you. Y択now why? Because you抮e a
(pause) neat guy. (Ross can抰 believe what
he抯 hearing.) You are the man. You are
(pause) the man! (He opens his shirt and      622
looks at his chest.) I still got it. Nice
and sexy. You抮e just a love machine.
(Starts singing) I抦 just a love machine
and I won抰 work for nobody but you! Hey
bab-y! (Flexes and grunts loudly.)
Showtime. (Starts to leave and starts
singing.) I抦 just a love machine, yeah ba-
by! (Grunts again and Ross is stunned.)
Phoebe: (gasps) Ohh, okay maybe they put
your picture back up they can put you next
to Matt Lauer. Look at him, smiling at me.    622
(Giggles) Yeah I know; we抎 be great
together!
Phoebe: It抯 mostly just photographs of
lesbian love scenes interspersed with video   622
games and free sandwiches.
Phoebe: It抯 mostly just photographs of
lesbian love scenes interspersed with video   622
games and free sandwiches.
Phoebe: Oh, this is so exciting! You get
your picture back up on the wall of fame!     622
Eek!
Phoebe: Well it抯 just梚t抯 one of those
situations that I just hate. Y択now? A
massage client gave me three tickets to the   622
Helmet-Pelts exhibit at the Morgan Chase
museum.
Phoebe: Well it抯 just梚t抯 one of those
situations that I just hate. Y択now? A
massage client gave me three tickets to the   622
Helmet-Pelts exhibit at the Morgan Chase
museum.
Rachel: It抯 so secluded up here.              622
Rachel: Well, she-she ob-obviously saw the
tire tracks that were leading up to the       622
closed garage.
Ross: All right look, I-I realize it upsets
                                              622
you.
Ross: Okay, okay. Uh, well uh, Rachel is
going to need to yell sweet nothings (Paul    622
enters) in his ear.
The Dry Cleaner: Russians! It showed them
                                              622
as terrorists and villains!
The Dry Cleaner: Russians! It showed them
                                              622
as terrorists and villains!
The Dry Cleaner: Russians! It showed them
                                              622
as terrorists and villains!
The Museum Official: (on phone) Hi, this is
Heldi from the Morgan Chase museum. I抦
calling for Monica Geller. I want to let
her know that there was a cancellation and
                                              622
if she抯 still interested in having the
Bing-Geller wedding at our facility, it is
available?(Chandler runs to answer the
phone.)
The Museum Official: (on phone) Hi, this is
Heldi from the Morgan Chase museum. I抦
calling for Monica Geller. I want to let
her know that there was a cancellation and
                                              622
if she抯 still interested in having the
Bing-Geller wedding at our facility, it is
available?(Chandler runs to answer the
phone.)
[Scene: Monica, Chandler, and Phoebe's,
Phoebe is at the sink and Chandler is         623
looking at a ring brochure.]
[Scene: The Jewelry Store, Phoebe is busy
trying on virtually everything in the
store. She抯 got earrings, rings,              623
bracelets, and enough necklaces to put Mr.
T to shame on.]
Chandler: No-no! This is my fiancee
(Phoebe) and her heart was set on that        623
ring. You don抰 want to break her heart now
do you?
Chandler: Nothin! This is the nine
millionth ring store we抳e been too and I
can抰 find the perfect ring! (Goes over to
another display counter and starts pointing
                                              623
at rings.) Ugly ring! Ugly ring! Ugly ring!
(Notices that one of the jewelers is
watching him.) It抯 a beautiful selection.
(The jeweler walks away slowly.)
Chandler: Nothin! This is the nine
millionth ring store we抳e been too and I
can抰 find the perfect ring! (Goes over to
another display counter and starts pointing
                                              623
at rings.) Ugly ring! Ugly ring! Ugly ring!
(Notices that one of the jewelers is
watching him.) It抯 a beautiful selection.
(The jeweler walks away slowly.)
Chandler: Well, it抯 because I trust you,
you抮e one of my best friends, and you         623
walked in on me when I was looking at ring
brochures.
Joey: Oh, we抮e supposed to just get him a
ticket?! That guy is always mooching off of   623
us!
Male Jeweler: This ring is from the 1920s,
it抯 a one and a half carat diamond with       623
sapphires on either side.
Male Jeweler: This ring is from the 1920s,
it抯 a one and a half carat diamond with       623
sapphires on either side.
Monica: Y択now, I only know of two surefire
ways to shut a man up. And one of them is     623
sex.
Paul: (barely glancing at her) No. What
ever happened to that little dude. (Pause)    623
So full of dreams?
Paul: A surfer.                               623
Paul: Oh Rachel, I抦 so sorry. I didn抰
mean to overwhelm you. It抯 just that, when
those gates open, you?(Starts to              623
breakdown.) Hard to close 慹m. But they are
closed now. Believe me.
Paul: Oh Rachel, I抦 so sorry. I didn抰
mean to overwhelm you. It抯 just that, when
those gates open, you?(Starts to              623
breakdown.) Hard to close 慹m. But they are
closed now. Believe me.
Paul: That抯 exactly what my dad used to
                                              623
say! (Starts to breakdown again.)
Paul: What?! I can抰 believe you抮e trying
to stifle me! When just 14 hours ago we       623
figured out that that is exactly what my
mother was trying to do to me!
Phoebe: Huh? Can you just imagine getting
down on one knee and handing her this         623
gorgeous piece of weaponry?
Phoebe: Oh my God!! (She runs after him,
but sets of the security system, which
locks the store抯 door and brings down a       623
set of bars behind her, caging her in.) No!
What?! Help me! Let me out! Now! (Points
the musket at them.)
Phoebe: Okay, so maybe you don抰 get her a
ring. Maybe you-maybe you do something
different. Y択now? Maybe you get her an
engagement bracelet, y択now? Or an             623
engagement tiara? Or梠oh! An engagement
Revolutionary War musket! (Picks one up
from the display in the corner.
Phoebe: Okay, so maybe you don抰 get her a
ring. Maybe you-maybe you do something
different. Y択now? Maybe you get her an
engagement bracelet, y択now? Or an             623
engagement tiara? Or梠oh! An engagement
Revolutionary War musket! (Picks one up
from the display in the corner.
Phoebe: Yes, and it is my dying wish to
have that ring. See, if I抦 not buried with
                                              623
that ring then my spirit is going to wander
the nether world for all eternity?
Rachel: Like a little girl. I know. I know.
I know. This is all my fault; I wanted him
to open up. But God, I didn抰 know that I      623
was gonna unleash this-this weepy, clingy,
moist monster!
Rachel: Oh?I抦 sorry. I?I-I don抰 mean桰
didn抰 mean to stifle you. I?This is all       623
just a little overwhelming.

Rachel: Well, you抮e lucky you never met
that bitch Sharon Majesky. Anyway, umm?The    623
rest of you life, y択now? Any regrets?

(As he抯 talking Monica notices someone
familiar has just entered the restaurant.
Let抯 see; I seem to remember him driving a
                                              624
Ferrari in Hawaii solving crimes as a
private investigator and as a certain eye
doctor in more recent times.)
(Both opposing camps start screaming   at
each other to drop their weapons and          624
surrender. Finally, Ross steps in as   a
mediator.)
(Both opposing camps start screaming   at
each other to drop their weapons and          624
surrender. Finally, Ross steps in as   a
mediator.)
(Both opposing camps start screaming   at
each other to drop their weapons and          624
surrender. Finally, Ross steps in as   a
mediator.)
(Both opposing camps start screaming   at
each other to drop their weapons and
                                              624
surrender. Finally, Ross steps in as   a
mediator.)
(Chandler puts his face in his hands as
Joey and Phoebe start to examine the          624
trash.)

(Joey enters looking like Captain Stubing
                                              624
from the Love Boat.)

(Rachel mixes them up in her hands, moves
them all around, and puts her hands behind    624
her back.)
(Rachel抯 boss, Mr. Thompson walks up.)        624
(Suddenly the door opens and two guys come
                                              624
rushing in wielding water balloons.)

[Scene: A Restaurant, Monica and Chandler
are sitting at a table. Monica is checking
her makeup as Chandler suddenly has a
                                              624
horrifying thought and starts patting down
his pockets until he finds what he抯
looking for and sighs in relief.]
[Scene: Elizabeth抯 Dorm Room, Ross is
walking up to her door and knocks on it.      624
Suddenly the door opens and Elizabeth drags
him into the room.]
[Scene: Joey and Rachel's, Joey, still
looking like Captain Stubing, is practicing   624
his slipknots as Monica enters.]
[Scene: Monica, Chandler, and Phoebe's,
it抯 just Monica and Chandler dancing to
Wonderful Tonight on the Slowhand album by    624
Eric Clapton. And you can buy that album
from the CFSI, just click on the CDNow
link.]
[Scene: Outside of Elizabeth抯 dormitory,
Ross is exiting after breaking up with her    624
and we can hear his thoughts.]
[Scene: Richard抯 Apartment, Monica is
looking around and notices an African mask    624
hanging on the wall.]
[Scene: Ross's apartment, Ross is watching
a show about the extinction of the            624
dinosaurs.]
[Scene: The Charity Event, Mr. Thompson is
announcing the winners of the silent          624
auction.]
[Scene: The Charity Event, Mr. Thompson is
announcing the winners of the silent          624
auction.]
[Scene: The Charity Event, they抮e holding
a silent auction, Rachel is looking at one
                                              624
of the items and Phoebe walks up and hands
her a glass of wine.]
{Transcriber抯 Note: Elizabeth has two
friends in the room with her who are named
in the credits, but not in this scene. So
I抦 just gonna guess since it doesn抰           624
matter one way or the other. (The last part
is to discourage e-mails, who cares if I
got it right or not?)}
Chandler: (trying to cover up why his hand
is over his heart) One nation, under God.
Indivisible with liberty and justice for
all. (Laughs.) I remembered it. (It抯 a
butchered version of the Pledge of            624
Allegiance of the United States for our
foreign friends.) The champagne is here.
(The waiter is delivering it and pouring
two glasses.)
Chandler: (trying to cover up why his hand
is over his heart) One nation, under God.
Indivisible with liberty and justice for
all. (Laughs.) I remembered it. (It抯 a
butchered version of the Pledge of            624
Allegiance of the United States for our
foreign friends.) The champagne is here.
(The waiter is delivering it and pouring
two glasses.)
Chandler: (trying to cover up why his hand
is over his heart) One nation, under God.
Indivisible with liberty and justice for
all. (Laughs.) I remembered it. (It抯 a
butchered version of the Pledge of            624
Allegiance of the United States for our
foreign friends.) The champagne is here.
(The waiter is delivering it and pouring
two glasses.)
Chandler: (trying to cover up why his hand
is over his heart) One nation, under God.
Indivisible with liberty and justice for
all. (Laughs.) I remembered it. (It抯 a
butchered version of the Pledge of            624
Allegiance of the United States for our
foreign friends.) The champagne is here.
(The waiter is delivering it and pouring
two glasses.)
Chandler: Oh, just hanging out,
talkin?about uh, websites. (Joey laughs.)
Yeah, we saw this really interesting
                                              624
website about marriage and how totally
unnecessary it is and how its just a way
for the government to keep tabs on you.
Chandler: Oh, just hanging out,
talkin?about uh, websites. (Joey laughs.)
Yeah, we saw this really interesting
                                              624
website about marriage and how totally
unnecessary it is and how its just a way
for the government to keep tabs on you.
Chandler: Oh, just hanging out,
talkin?about uh, websites. (Joey laughs.)
Yeah, we saw this really interesting
                                              624
website about marriage and how totally
unnecessary it is and how its just a way
for the government to keep tabs on you.
Chandler: Okay! (He joins her on one knee)
Okay! Okay! I'll do it! Oh God, I
thought?(Starting to cry, pauses) Wait a
minute, I-I can do this. (Pause) I thought
that it mattered what I said or where I
said it. Then I realized the only thing
that matters is that you, (Pause) you make    624
me happier than I ever thought I could be.
(Starting to cry again.) And if you抣l let
me, I will spend the rest of my life trying
to make you feel the same way. (Pause as he
gets out the ring.) Monica, will you marry
me?
Chandler: Where is she? I抦 not scared of
                                              624
you! (Averts his eyes and walks in.)
Chandler: Whoa! Whoa! Whoa! What is all
this pressure?! Is this some new kind of      624
strategy? Why don抰 you put down your copy
of 慣he Rules?huh mantrap?!
Chandler: Whoa! Whoa! Whoa! What is all
this pressure?! Is this some new kind of      624
strategy? Why don抰 you put down your copy
of 慣he Rules?huh mantrap?!
Chandler: Will you marry me? Will you marry
me? (Makes like a gun with his fingers.)
Hey, you marry me! (He gives up as Joey,      624
Rachel, Phoebe, and Ross slink in all
excited.) What抯 going on little elves?

Elizabeth: (ignoring him and picking up a
                                              624
pitcher) Who drank all the Kamikazes?


Elizabeth: (To Ross) You want some?!
                                              624
(Starts to squirt the Kamikaze at him.)

Joey: Who cares?! I-I抣l make payments,
                                              624
whatever it takes, I want the Mr. Bowmont!!

Monica: (suspiciously) Okay. (Exits to
                                              624
carry out Phoebe抯 wishes.)
Monica: Edward Nevski?                        624
Monica: Look Ross, the only question you
need to ask is, "Do you see a future?" I
mean like do you see yourself marrying her?   624
(Ross pauses in consideration.) Oh my God!
You did it already! You married her, didn抰
you?!
Monica: Oh Ross, sometimes grown-ups have
                                              624
commitments they just can抰 get out of!
Monica: Oh, thank you! (The gang exhibits
signs of quiet apprehension and wears         624
knowing glances.) (Monica giggles.) What抯
going on?
Monica: Well that抯 a little crazy.
Although I am y択now glad to hear that         624
you抮e branching out on what you look at on
the Internet.
Monica: Why don抰 you just weigh out the
good stuff about the relationship against
the bad stuff. I mean that抯 what I did        624
when I first (looks at Chandler and pauses)
weighing stuff.
Monica: Why don抰 you just weigh out the
good stuff about the relationship against
the bad stuff. I mean that抯 what I did        624
when I first (looks at Chandler and pauses)
weighing stuff.
Monica: Why?! To celebrate your
relationship! To solidify your commitment!    624
To declare your love for one another to the
world!

Mr. Bowmont: It抯 Pam.                         624

Mr. Thompson: And finally, our biggest item
of the night, the 22-foot gentleman抯 day
sailer sailboat. The winning bid was a        624
whooping $20,000! (Joey suddenly gets
excited.)
Mr. Thompson: And finally, our biggest item
of the night, the 22-foot gentleman抯 day
sailer sailboat. The winning bid was a        624
whooping $20,000! (Joey suddenly gets
excited.)
Mr. Thompson: I think it was valued at
                                              624
19,000
Narrator: When the Cretaceous period ended,
                                              624
the dinosaurs were gone.
Phoebe: Look, she only suspects something
okay? She doesn抰 know for sure, so just       624
throw her off the track.
Phoebe: Ohh, yeah. I think his exact words
were?(She makes two clicking sounds with      624
her tongue and purrs.)
Phoebe: Well, a palm reader, a manicurist,
                                              624
a hand doctor?
Phoebe: Yeah! Yeah! Convince her that-that
you抮e scared of commitment! Convince her      624
that you抮e a little coward!
Phoebe: Yep, we shook on it. Yeah but
believe me that is not how he wanted to       624
seal the deal.
Rachel: I know. Okay. (Whispering and
thinking.) Okay. Okay. All right. All
right, this is what we抮e gonna do, we are
                                              624
gonna go to the next highest bidder, and we
are just gonna let them buy it, and then
you抮e just gonna pay the difference.
Rachel: Okay look, let me paint you a
little picture. (She sits down next to
him.) All right, you are settin?sail up the
Hudson! You抳e got the wind in your h?sees
that he抯 bald)梐rms! You-you get all that
                                              624
peace and quiet that you抳e always wanted!
You get back to nature! You can go fishin?
You can梠oh, you can get one of those
little hats and have people call you
captain, and then when you抮e old, Cappy.
Rachel: Okay look, let me paint you a
little picture. (She sits down next to
him.) All right, you are settin?sail up the
Hudson! You抳e got the wind in your h?sees
that he抯 bald)梐rms! You-you get all that
                                              624
peace and quiet that you抳e always wanted!
You get back to nature! You can go fishin?
You can梠oh, you can get one of those
little hats and have people call you
captain, and then when you抮e old, Cappy.
Rachel: Phoebe! You picked Joey and Ross?!
                                              624
You can not have two backups!

Rachel: So what do you say we make a pact?
If you and I are both single by the time
we抮e 40, we get married. I mean, we know
each other, we like each other, and we抳e-     624
we抳e already slept together so y択now
there抣l be no surprises there! You know
what I mean? No like, "What抯 that?!"
Rachel: Uh well, uh this is a silent
auction. They lay out all the stuff here      624
and then you write down your offer and then
the highest bid gets it.
Rachel: Yeah? Well, you should know. You抳e
                                              624
bought like a billion of 慹m.
Richard: It抯 so great seeing you guys
again. I抎 like to make a toast. (Everyone
raises their glasses) Uh, as a poet once
said, "In the sweetness of friendship, let    624
there be laughter and sharing of pleasures
for in the due of little things the heart
finds it抯 morning and is refreshed."
Ross: (screaming) Everybody put their
balloons down!!! (There is a temporary        624
cease fire.) Now this is a nice suit!!
(Shows everyone where he was hit.)
Ross: Uh, so this play umm, what do you
think? It抯-it抯 gotten great reviews!          624
Y択now the uh?
Ross: Uh-uh梂ow! Uh, I thought you guys
were just like making jokes, I had no idea.
What you know what? You guys are wrong. Uh
yes, there is a chronological age
difference but I never notice it. You know    624
why? Because she is very mature. Besides,
it doesn抰 really matter to me what you
guys think. I mean, I抦 the one dating
Elizabeth, not you!
Zoe: Shut the door! Shut the door!! (Runs
                                              624
over and closes the door.)
[Scene: Joey and Rachel's, Chandler is
playing Playstation, Crash Team Racing to
be exact (he抯 in last on Hot Air Skyway to
be more exact) as Joey enters from his room
desperately trying to look like a 19-year-
old. He抯 got the wool cap, he抯 got the
cut-off Knicks jersey over the faded T-       701
shirt, and he抯 got the whole pants-around-
the-knees-showing-off-the-boxers thing that
rich, white, suburban kids have adopted in
a desperate and extremely futile attempt to
try to look like they抮e from the inner-
city.]
[Scene: Joey and Rachel's, Chandler is
playing Playstation, Crash Team Racing to
be exact (he抯 in last on Hot Air Skyway to
be more exact) as Joey enters from his room
desperately trying to look like a 19-year-
old. He抯 got the wool cap, he抯 got the
cut-off Knicks jersey over the faded T-       701
shirt, and he抯 got the whole pants-around-
the-knees-showing-off-the-boxers thing that
rich, white, suburban kids have adopted in
a desperate and extremely futile attempt to
try to look like they抮e from the inner-
city.]
[Scene: Joey and Rachel's, Chandler is
playing Playstation, Crash Team Racing to
be exact (he抯 in last on Hot Air Skyway to
be more exact) as Joey enters from his room
desperately trying to look like a 19-year-
old. He抯 got the wool cap, he抯 got the
cut-off Knicks jersey over the faded T-       701
shirt, and he抯 got the whole pants-around-
the-knees-showing-off-the-boxers thing that
rich, white, suburban kids have adopted in
a desperate and extremely futile attempt to
try to look like they抮e from the inner-
city.]
[Scene: Joey and Rachel's, Chandler is
playing Playstation, Crash Team Racing to
be exact (he抯 in last on Hot Air Skyway to
be more exact) as Joey enters from his room
desperately trying to look like a 19-year-
old. He抯 got the wool cap, he抯 got the
cut-off Knicks jersey over the faded T-       701
shirt, and he抯 got the whole pants-around-
the-knees-showing-off-the-boxers thing that
rich, white, suburban kids have adopted in
a desperate and extremely futile attempt to
try to look like they抮e from the inner-
city.]
[Scene: Monica, Chandler, and Phoebe's,
time lapse, Chandler is fully dressed and     701
slowly walking out of the bedroom with a
distressed look on his face.]
Chandler: (motioning with his hands) I抦
not worried, I抦 uh, I抦 fascinated. Y択now
it抯 like uh, Biology! Which is funny
because in high school I uh, I-I failed       701
Biology and tonight Biology failed me.
(Exits as Phoebe enters from her room with
her guitar.)
Chandler: We will take a moonlit walk on
                                              701
the Rue de la (mumbles something).
Chandler: Yes, on a scale from 1 to 10, 10
being the dumbest a person can look, you      701
are definitely 19.
Joey: Psss, that is whack!                    701
Monica: (gasps) We had a caricaturist!        701

Monica: (in a French accent) Bonjour,
                                              701
monsieur.
Monica: (looking at her hand) Y択now what
shoes would look great with this ring?
Diamond shoes! (Sees Chandler sitting on
                                              701
the bed.) You抮e not getting dressed.
(Chandler quietly folds over the comforter
on the bed making a spot for her.)

Monica: (lustily) Let抯 do it! (She kisses
                                              701
him and they fall back onto the bed.)

Monica: I don抰 know! I don抰梞aybe you抮e
feeling a little resentful. Maybe ah, maybe
you thought you抎 get married first! Maybe     701
you can抰 stand the fact that your formerly
fat friend is getting married before you!
Monica: I just wanted to say that I hope
you do have sex tonight and I hope that you
guys get back together, but I must warn       701
you, the night that you announce your
engagement I抦 going to announce that I抦
pregnant!
Phoebe: Well speaking of chiming in,
remember the time you burned down my          701
apartment?
Rachel: Come on! Serious-ser-ser-seriously,
what did she mean by that? (Mimicking         701
Monica.) Especially you!
Ross: (loosening his tie) Oh, who cares?      701
Ross: (tightening his tie) And so do I.       701
Ross: Surely you can think of something
                                              701
good.
[Scene: Joey and Rachel's, Rachel is
balancing her checkbook as Joey enters from   702
his room wearing a hockey helmet, gloves,
and shin guards.]
Chandler: Well, come on, I抳e been saving
this money for six years and I kinda had      702
some of it earmarked for the future, not
just for a party.
Chandler: Well, stuff like where抎 we live,
y択now? Like a small place outside the
city, where our kids could learn to ride
their bikes and stuff. Y択now, we could
have a cat that had a bell on its collar      702
and we could hear it every time it ran
through the little kitty door. Of course,
we抎 have an apartment over the garage
where Joey could grow old.
Chandler: Well, you couldn抰 get them
anyway. Ian doesn抰 play anymore and
                                              702
Derrick?(Off of Rachel and Monica抯 looks)
And Derrick is a name I shouldn抰 know.

Chandler: Well, you couldn抰 get them
anyway. Ian doesn抰 play anymore and
                                              702
Derrick?(Off of Rachel and Monica抯 looks)
And Derrick is a name I shouldn抰 know.

Joey: Hey little buddy, how are you
feeling? (The duck does not get sick and
Joey recoils in horror and heads for the
couch.) What the hell is in that face
cream? (He抯 about to try out the couch but
notices the bed in Rachel抯 room. He walks
into her room and feels the bed.) That抯 so
soft. (He pulls back the comforter.)
Pillowcases! (He climbs in and groans in
delight. Suddenly, he feels something under
him and pulls out a little beat up            702
paperback book. He opens it and starts to
read from it.) (In his head.) Zelda looked
at the chimney sweep. Her father, the
vicar?Stops reading and thinks.) The vicar?
(Continues reading) 厀ouldn抰 be home for
hours. Her loins were burning. She threw
caution to the wind and reached out and
grabbed his?Out loud.) Whoa! (Reads on in
silence.) Whoa-ho-ho-ho! This is a dirty
book! (Continues to read.)
Joey: Hey little buddy, how are you
feeling? (The duck does not get sick and
Joey recoils in horror and heads for the
couch.) What the hell is in that face
cream? (He抯 about to try out the couch but
notices the bed in Rachel抯 room. He walks
into her room and feels the bed.) That抯 so
soft. (He pulls back the comforter.)
Pillowcases! (He climbs in and groans in
delight. Suddenly, he feels something under
him and pulls out a little beat up            702
paperback book. He opens it and starts to
read from it.) (In his head.) Zelda looked
at the chimney sweep. Her father, the
vicar?Stops reading and thinks.) The vicar?
(Continues reading) 厀ouldn抰 be home for
hours. Her loins were burning. She threw
caution to the wind and reached out and
grabbed his?Out loud.) Whoa! (Reads on in
silence.) Whoa-ho-ho-ho! This is a dirty
book! (Continues to read.)

Joey: Hey little buddy, how are you
feeling? (The duck does not get sick and
Joey recoils in horror and heads for the
couch.) What the hell is in that face
cream? (He抯 about to try out the couch but
notices the bed in Rachel抯 room. He walks
into her room and feels the bed.) That抯 so
soft. (He pulls back the comforter.)
Pillowcases! (He climbs in and groans in
delight. Suddenly, he feels something under
him and pulls out a little beat up            702
paperback book. He opens it and starts to
read from it.) (In his head.) Zelda looked
at the chimney sweep. Her father, the
vicar?Stops reading and thinks.) The vicar?
(Continues reading) 厀ouldn抰 be home for
hours. Her loins were burning. She threw
caution to the wind and reached out and
grabbed his?Out loud.) Whoa! (Reads on in
silence.) Whoa-ho-ho-ho! This is a dirty
book! (Continues to read.)
Joey: Hey little buddy, how are you
feeling? (The duck does not get sick and
Joey recoils in horror and heads for the
couch.) What the hell is in that face
cream? (He抯 about to try out the couch but
notices the bed in Rachel抯 room. He walks
into her room and feels the bed.) That抯 so
soft. (He pulls back the comforter.)
Pillowcases! (He climbs in and groans in
delight. Suddenly, he feels something under
him and pulls out a little beat up            702
paperback book. He opens it and starts to
read from it.) (In his head.) Zelda looked
at the chimney sweep. Her father, the
vicar?Stops reading and thinks.) The vicar?
(Continues reading) 厀ouldn抰 be home for
hours. Her loins were burning. She threw
caution to the wind and reached out and
grabbed his?Out loud.) Whoa! (Reads on in
silence.) Whoa-ho-ho-ho! This is a dirty
book! (Continues to read.)

Joey: Hey little buddy, how are you
feeling? (The duck does not get sick and
Joey recoils in horror and heads for the
couch.) What the hell is in that face
cream? (He抯 about to try out the couch but
notices the bed in Rachel抯 room. He walks
into her room and feels the bed.) That抯 so
soft. (He pulls back the comforter.)
Pillowcases! (He climbs in and groans in
delight. Suddenly, he feels something under
him and pulls out a little beat up            702
paperback book. He opens it and starts to
read from it.) (In his head.) Zelda looked
at the chimney sweep. Her father, the
vicar?Stops reading and thinks.) The vicar?
(Continues reading) 厀ouldn抰 be home for
hours. Her loins were burning. She threw
caution to the wind and reached out and
grabbed his?Out loud.) Whoa! (Reads on in
silence.) Whoa-ho-ho-ho! This is a dirty
book! (Continues to read.)
Joey: Uh, well he did not get sick
somewhere in there and it was immediately     702
found and properly cleaned up!
Monica: A jazz trio for cocktails. The Bay
City Rollers for dancing. Wait, that was      702
from my sixth grade wedding.
Monica: All right umm, a string quartet for
                                              702
the procession.
Monica: Anyway, we抮e really excited about
our wedding plans, and well I guess pretty
soon we抣l be making a big withdrawal from     702
the Monica wedding fund. (She and Chandler
laugh, but her parents don抰.) What?

Monica: Anyway, we抮e really excited about
our wedding plans, and well I guess pretty
soon we抣l be making a big withdrawal from     702
the Monica wedding fund. (She and Chandler
laugh, but her parents don抰.) What?
Monica: Here you go! What do you think
                                              702
about centerpieces?
Monica: This baby has got everything. Take
y択now, locations for instance. (She opens
up the binder to the locations chapter.)      702
First, organized alphabetically, then
geographically, then by square footage.

Monica: This baby has got everything. Take
y択now, locations for instance. (She opens
up the binder to the locations chapter.)      702
First, organized alphabetically, then
geographically, then by square footage.

Monica: This baby has got everything. Take
y択now, locations for instance. (She opens
up the binder to the locations chapter.)      702
First, organized alphabetically, then
geographically, then by square footage.

Monica: Yeah! Roses or Lilies? (Holds up a
                                              702
picture of each.)
Mr. Geller: We started saving again when
you were dating Richard and then that went    702
to hell, so we redid the kitchen.
Mrs. Geller: (incredulous) You don抰 know
how that happened?! Your dog thought my       702
diaphragm was a chew toy!
Phoebe: (reading the slip of paper) Wow!
                                              702
(In a sultry voice) Hello, Mr. Chandler.

Phoebe: He said you poked at him with
                                              702
wooden spoons.


Phoebe: Oh, it抯 my fault?! You didn抰 have
to massage him! You could抳e sent him away!
                                              702
You could抳e not rolled Tonka trucks up and
down his back!


Rachel: (sarcastically) Yeah. Look Joey,
it抯 enough alright?! You keep making these
                                              702
stupid jokes and this sleazy innuendoes and
it抯桰抦 not梚t抯 just not funny anymore!

Rachel: (sarcastically) Yeah. Look Joey,
it抯 enough alright?! You keep making these
                                              702
stupid jokes and this sleazy innuendoes and
it抯桰抦 not梚t抯 just not funny anymore!
Rachel: No, y択now what? It抯 gonna be
okay. I mean you don抰 have to have this
rustic Italian feast. Y択now? And-and you
don抰 need, you don抰 need this custom-         702
made, empire-waisted, duchess, satin gown;
you can wear off the rack. (She starts to
cry, as does Monica.)
Rachel: No, y択now what? It抯 gonna be
okay. I mean you don抰 have to have this
rustic Italian feast. Y択now? And-and you
don抰 need, you don抰 need this custom-         702
made, empire-waisted, duchess, satin gown;
you can wear off the rack. (She starts to
cry, as does Monica.)
Rachel: No, y択now what? It抯 gonna be
okay. I mean you don抰 have to have this
rustic Italian feast. Y択now? And-and you
don抰 need, you don抰 need this custom-         702
made, empire-waisted, duchess, satin gown;
you can wear off the rack. (She starts to
cry, as does Monica.)
Rachel: Wait, but there抯 no money! Well
this is terrible! You guys are gonna have     702
to get married in like a, rec. center!
Ross: And that should conclusively prove
that I had the idea for Jurassic Park         702
first! Now let抯 take a look at?(Phoebe
rushes in.)
Ross: Oh my God! Of course, of course. (To
the class.) Umm, would you please excuse me
for a moment? Umm, do you know each other抯
                                              702
hometowns? Why don抰 you?(Motions that they
should learn everyone抯 hometown.) (To
Phoebe) Wh-what抯 going on?
Ross: Oh my God! Of course, of course. (To
the class.) Umm, would you please excuse me
for a moment? Umm, do you know each other抯
                                              702
hometowns? Why don抰 you?(Motions that they
should learn everyone抯 hometown.) (To
Phoebe) Wh-what抯 going on?
Ross: Okay! Now, I抦 going to touch you.
(He does so, very gingerly.) Ohh, that抯
soft. (He starts poking him and notices his   702
salad spoons and starts to massage him with
those.)
Ross: Okay, so it wasn抰 uh, a traditional
massage. But I did give him acu-pressure
                                              702
with a pair of chopsticks. And, and I
gently exfoliated him with, with a mop.

Ross: Okay, so it wasn抰 uh, a traditional
massage. But I did give him acu-pressure
                                              702
with a pair of chopsticks. And, and I
gently exfoliated him with, with a mop.
Woman: Well, I don抰 know. Are you a
                                              702
masseur?
(Chandler nods along and they enter the
whirlpool room and remove their robes. Only
Chandler is lacking a certain item of
clothing. You see this is a coed whirlpool,
                                              703
which means swimsuits, and in fact there
are two women already there and Chandler
didn抰 seem to wear his. Needless to say,
everyone is shocked, including Chandler.)
(Chandler nods along and they enter the
whirlpool room and remove their robes. Only
Chandler is lacking a certain item of
clothing. You see this is a coed whirlpool,
                                              703
which means swimsuits, and in fact there
are two women already there and Chandler
didn抰 seem to wear his. Needless to say,
everyone is shocked, including Chandler.)

(Rachel blasts an air horn in his ear.)       703

[Scene: Monica, Chandler, and Phoebe's, the
cookie-trying period has passed. Monica,      703
Phoebe, and Ross are reflecting on the
day抯 events.]
[Scene: The Gym, Chandler and Mr. Geller
                                              703
are heading for the whirlpool room.]

[Scene: The Mr. Bowmont (Joey抯 boat),
she抯 shown to be in one of the waterways
around New York, but in reality she抯 in a
sound stage on the Warner Bros. lot and we    703
see New York from the water in some rather
poor green screen shots. Rachel and Joey
are on board.]
[Scene: The Mr. Bowmont (Joey抯 boat),
she抯 shown to be in one of the waterways
around New York, but in reality she抯 in a
sound stage on the Warner Bros. lot and we    703
see New York from the water in some rather
poor green screen shots. Rachel and Joey
are on board.]
[Scene: The Mr. Bowmont, is tied up
alongside the pier; Joey and Rachel are       703
relaxing.]
Joey: (entering) Ahoy!                        703
Joey: Come on Rach, not again. I got it!
Okay? Let抯 start sailing, and I want to go
                                              703
over there (Points) where that boatload of
girls is! (Yelling to them) Yo-ho-ho!
Joey: Does a good teacher say, "Put down
                                              703
the beer pinhead!?"
Joey: Great! I抦 finally getting into this
                                              703
sailing stuff.
Joey: I want to make a ship to shore call
                                              703
to Chandler.
Monica: (interrupts him) If someone wants
to give us a present, we don抰 want to         703
deprive them of that joy.
Monica: All right, I definitely taste
                                              703
nutmeg.
Monica: Nestle Tollhouse?!                    703
Monica: Nestle Tollhouse?!                    703
Monica: No!! Why didn抰 you make a copy and-
and keep it in a fireproof box and keep it    703
at least a hundred yards from the
original?!!
Monica: No!! Why didn抰 you make a copy and-
and keep it in a fireproof box and keep it    703
at least a hundred yards from the
original?!!
Monica: Oh, so you finally took it out of
                                              703
the marina huh?
Monica: Well, I抳e tried everything. I give
up. I guess I抦 not gonna be the mom who
makes the world抯 best chocolate cookies. I    703
do make the best duck confit with broccoli
rabe. Kids love that right.
Monica: You don抰? (Laughs) Well, that抯
the difference between a professional and a   703
layman.
Mr. Geller: I understand completely,
there抯 nothing more horrifying than
embarrassing yourself in front of your in-
laws. As a matter of fact, when I started     703
dating Judy I was unemployed, and her
father asked me what I did for a living and
I told him I was a lawyer.
Phoebe: (pauses as he figures out how to
answer that) Because I抦 normal! That was
the one legacy my grandmother left me, and    703
I know you wanted it as an engagement
present.
Phoebe: Nesele Toulouse.                      703
Phoebe: Not unless someone borrowed it and
                                              703
left it at the gynecologist.
Phoebe: Oh, you Americans always butcher
                                              703
the French language.
Phoebe: That and arrogance.                   703
Phoebe: You mean the one that my
grandmother made me swear on her deathbed     703
that I would never let out of our family?

Rachel: Because you抮e not finished yet and
                                              703
I won抰 have it! Greens do not quit!

Rachel: Oh, okay. Is that what you want to
do? You wanna go over and give a little
shout out to the old, hot chickas? Okay,      703
let抯 do that Sailor Joe. Quick question
though, (grabs some of the rigging) what抯
this called?
Rachel: Oh, y択now what you should get 慹m?
One of those little uh, portable CD           703
players.
Rachel: Okay Joey, we抮e luffing a little
bit, so could you tighten up the
cunningham? (The mainsail has started to
                                              703
flap in the wind and has stopped working
efficiently; she wants him to tighten it so
that it starts working again.)
Rachel: Okay Joey, we抮e luffing a little
bit, so could you tighten up the
cunningham? (The mainsail has started to
                                              703
flap in the wind and has stopped working
efficiently; she wants him to tighten it so
that it starts working again.)
Rachel: Okay, go to the left. (Joey goes
starboard or sits on the right side of the    703
boat.) The left!
Rachel: Okay, you just go on and make your
little jokey-jokes, but if you do not know
what you are doing out at sea you will die
                                              703
at sea. Am I getting through to you
sailor?! (She punctuates each word by
slapping him on the forehead.)
Rachel: Okay, you just go on and make your
little jokey-jokes, but if you do not know
what you are doing out at sea you will die
                                              703
at sea. Am I getting through to you
sailor?! (She punctuates each word by
slapping him on the forehead.)
Rachel: Wrong! How do you get the mainsail
                                              703
up?
Ross: Oh yeah! Batch 17 was good. I did not
like batch 16. (Burps a little bit.) I抦       703
okay.
Ross: That抯 the day you抮e gonna die?
                                              703
See梔arnit, I抳e got shuffleboard that day.
Ross: Then how did you get caught in the
                                              703
barbed wire?
Ross: Yeah and he didn抰 really ask for
you, he asked for Chancy, I assumed he        703
meant you.
Ross: You抮e not a lefty?                      703
(They all make happy faces as they are
unable to express their feelings verbally.
                                              704
Finally, the phone rings and the race to
answer it is won by Monica.)
[Scene: Rachel抯 New Office, she抯
interviewing a potential new assistant,       704
Hilda.]
Chandler: So, Ross and I are going to
Disneyland and we stop at this restaurant
for tacos. And when I say restaurant, I
mean a guy, a hibachi, and the trunk of his   704
car. So Ross has about 10 tacos. And
anyway, we抮e on Space Mountain and Ross
starts to feel a little iffy.
Chandler: So, Ross and I are going to
Disneyland and we stop at this restaurant
for tacos. And when I say restaurant, I
mean a guy, a hibachi, and the trunk of his   704
car. So Ross has about 10 tacos. And
anyway, we抮e on Space Mountain and Ross
starts to feel a little iffy.
Chandler: You wanna tell secrets?! Okay!
Okay! In college, Ross used to wear leg       704
warmers!
Joey: (on phone) Hello? (Listens) Oh hey!
Can you, can you hang on a second? (To
Phoebe and Rachel) It抯 the producers over
at Mac and C.H.E.E.S.E. can you excuse me
for a minute? (On phone) Hey, funny you
should call. I was just looking over next
week抯 script. (Listens) Canceled?!            704
(Listens) Like they抮e taking it off the
air? (Listens) Ohh. (Listens) All right,
see you Monday. (Listens) We抮e not even
shootin?them anymore?!! (Listens) All
right, bye! (Hangs up) They canceled Mac
and C.H.E.E.S.E!
Joey: (on phone) Mom, so what did you
think? (He walks away allowing the gang a     704
chance to figure out what they抮e gonna
say.)
Joey: It抯 been a while, huh? Wow, it抯
funny these halls look smaller than they      704
used to.

Joey: Well. I guess you think you抮e pretty
special huh? Sittin?up here in your fancy
small hall building. Makin?stars jump
through hoops for ya, huh? Well y択now         704
what? (Throws the script away) This is one
star who抯 hoop?This is a star that the
hoop梩his hoop桰 was Dr. Drake Ramoray!
Mac: (on TV) Well, if we learned one thing
today C.H.E.E.S.E. is that cheerleaders and
high explosives don抰 mix. (Cut to Joey        704
laughing while Rachel, Chandler, and Monica
aren抰 amused.)
Mac: (on TV) Well, if we learned one thing
today C.H.E.E.S.E. is that cheerleaders and
high explosives don抰 mix. (Cut to Joey        704
laughing while Rachel, Chandler, and Monica
aren抰 amused.)
Monica: I don抰 know! Time to kiss a guy
maybe?! (Ross laughs.) What are you           704
laughing at Pampers? (He stops laughing and
glares at her.)
Monica: I-I already told him everything!
                                              704
(Threateningly) You shush!!
Rachel: (ignoring him) Anyway, Ralph just
came in to tell me that he抯 so happy with
                                              704
my work that he wants me to be the new
merchandising manager for polo retail.

Rachel: (ignoring him) Anyway, Ralph just
came in to tell me that he抯 so happy with
                                              704
my work that he wants me to be the new
merchandising manager for polo retail.
Rachel: Oh come on, what are you talking
about? You抳e got three years painting         704
houses. Two whole summers at T.G.I.
Friday抯, come on!
Tag: It抯 lame, I know. But I抦 a goal-
                                              704
oriented person, very eager to learn?
(He gets up to make the copies leaving
Rachel alone with his stuff. She notices
his sweater in his backpack and holds it up   705
to her nose as Melissa, a coworker, walks
up.)
[Scene: A Portrait Studio, Chandler and
Monica are trying to take their engagement
                                              705
picture. Monica has a beautiful smile,
while Chandler hasn抰.]

Chandler: How about those three-pointers?     705

Chandler: I do? (He smiles, beautifully.)     705

Chandler: No, there are great pictures of
you standing next to a guy who抯 going like
this?(Makes what can only be described as a   705
toothy frown. Henceforth, this shall be
known as The Face.)
Chandler: No, there are great pictures of
you standing next to a guy who抯 going like
this?(Makes what can only be described as a   705
toothy frown. Henceforth, this shall be
known as The Face.)

Chandler: They have that on the napkins at
                                              705
the club.

Chandler: Yeah, Joey said I uh, I needed to
                                              705
relax so he gave me an antihistamine.
Chandler: Yes, and we call Ross Lingers In
                                              705
The Bathroom.
Joey: Okay. (He grabs a jelly donut, takes
a bite, and guess what he spills all over     705
himself. He tries to clean it up and smears
it all over the shirt.)
Joey: Okay. (He grabs a jelly donut, takes
a bite, and guess what he spills all over     705
himself. He tries to clean it up and smears
it all over the shirt.)
Kyle: Hey uh, I don抰 mean to be
presumptuous but I have these two tickets     705
to the ballroom dancing finals tomorrow
night if you want to go?
Kyle: Hey uh, I don抰 mean to be
presumptuous but I have these two tickets     705
to the ballroom dancing finals tomorrow
night if you want to go?
Kyle: No it抯?Uh, my ex-wife Whitney is out
there. I cannot deal with her right now.      705
That woman is crazy!

Monica: I know, but look at me: all tan.      705

Phoebe: All right, well I just wanted to
say thank you though, for diverting Kyle抯     705
ex.
Phoebe: Hey, why don抰 you guys go get
portraits done by a professional              705
photographer.
Phoebe: Ugh, okay Sherlock! (Hands over the
                                              705
key.)
Rachel: (startled) Ahh, hi! Hi! Melissa,
what抯 up? I抦 just uh, about to umm, go
out to the store to get some stuff to put
                                              705
in my backpack. Y択now, like dried fruit
and granola and stuff. What抯 up? (She has
put on the backpack.)

Rachel: Oh yeah? Another night of bird-
                                              705
dogging the chickas?

Ross: Well, I don抰 think we are gonna have
that problem, but maybe that抯 just because    705
I am not emotionally unavailable!
Teleplay by: Patty Lin                        705
[Scene: Central Perk, Joey and Ross are
giving Phoebe and Rachel the results of       706
their election. Somewhat faster than
Florida I might add.]
[Scene: Ross's apartment, Die Hard has
ended, only I don抰 think Joey and Ross
know that yet. As you see, they are both
asleep. And they抮e on the same couch.
Which means they抮e sleeping together. Not
like Joey is at one end and Ross is on the
other, they both happen to be lying down
and sleeping together. Well, there hasn抰
been any clothes removed so not that kind
of sleeping together. Not that there抯
                                              706
anything wrong with that. That is unless
you抮e a Republican in which case that kind
of thing will bring about the downfall of
Western society, especially if they should
happen to want to get married. Anyway, let
me recap. No, there is too much, let me sum
up. Ross and Joey are taking a nap together
on top of each other and both wake-up at
the same time, realize what they just did,
scream, and jump up.]
[Scene: Ross's apartment, Die Hard has
ended, only I don抰 think Joey and Ross
know that yet. As you see, they are both
asleep. And they抮e on the same couch.
Which means they抮e sleeping together. Not
like Joey is at one end and Ross is on the
other, they both happen to be lying down
and sleeping together. Well, there hasn抰
been any clothes removed so not that kind
of sleeping together. Not that there抯
                                              706
anything wrong with that. That is unless
you抮e a Republican in which case that kind
of thing will bring about the downfall of
Western society, especially if they should
happen to want to get married. Anyway, let
me recap. No, there is too much, let me sum
up. Ross and Joey are taking a nap together
on top of each other and both wake-up at
the same time, realize what they just did,
scream, and jump up.]

[Scene: Ross's apartment, Die Hard has
ended, only I don抰 think Joey and Ross
know that yet. As you see, they are both
asleep. And they抮e on the same couch.
Which means they抮e sleeping together. Not
like Joey is at one end and Ross is on the
other, they both happen to be lying down
and sleeping together. Well, there hasn抰
been any clothes removed so not that kind
of sleeping together. Not that there抯
                                              706
anything wrong with that. That is unless
you抮e a Republican in which case that kind
of thing will bring about the downfall of
Western society, especially if they should
happen to want to get married. Anyway, let
me recap. No, there is too much, let me sum
up. Ross and Joey are taking a nap together
on top of each other and both wake-up at
the same time, realize what they just did,
scream, and jump up.]
[Scene: Ross's apartment, Die Hard has
ended, only I don抰 think Joey and Ross
know that yet. As you see, they are both
asleep. And they抮e on the same couch.
Which means they抮e sleeping together. Not
like Joey is at one end and Ross is on the
other, they both happen to be lying down
and sleeping together. Well, there hasn抰
been any clothes removed so not that kind
of sleeping together. Not that there抯
                                              706
anything wrong with that. That is unless
you抮e a Republican in which case that kind
of thing will bring about the downfall of
Western society, especially if they should
happen to want to get married. Anyway, let
me recap. No, there is too much, let me sum
up. Ross and Joey are taking a nap together
on top of each other and both wake-up at
the same time, realize what they just did,
scream, and jump up.]
Chandler: Well, you know what they say,
elephants never forget. (Monica is not        706
amused by that statement.) Seriously, good
luck marrying me.
Joey: All right, well first of all I would
like to say that you both performed very
well. Okay? You should be proud of
                                              706
yourselves. And-and I would also like to
say that in this competition there are no
losers. Well, except for Rachel桪amnit!

Joey: Oh uh, me and Ross can be the judges.   706
Joey: Okay, all right, this is how it抯
going to work. We抮e gonna give you
hypothetical maid of honor situations and     706
you will be scored on a scale of 1 to 10, 1
being the highest.
Monica: Well, you broke up with Julie
Grath! How much weight could she have         706
gained?
Monica: Yeah hey, a weird thing happened
today when I was at brunch. This woman
                                              706
overheard that I was marrying you and-and
then she卻he wished me good luck.
Rachel: And umm, vintage handkerchiefs
y択now 慶ause, people cry at weddings.          706
(Starting to cry.) I抦 just gonna grab a
couple of these.
Rachel: No, I was ten. I just developed
                                              706
early.
Rachel: Okay! Okay! Umm, Webster抯
Dictionary defines marriage as?(Ross and
Joey start writing.) Okay!! Forget that!
That sucks!! Okay, never mind! Forget it!
Umm, umm, okay, uh?I met, I-I met, I met      706
Monica when we were just a couple of six-
year-olds and I became friends with
Chandler when he was 25, although he seemed
like a six-year-old.
Rachel: Okay, bla-bla-bla-bla!! Who is it?!   706
Rachel: Thank you. Thank you very much.
Umm, I抳e known them separately and I抳e
known them together and-and to know them as
a couple is to know that you are truly in
the presence of love. So I would like to
                                              706
raise my glass (Grabs a glass and holds it
up) to Monica and Chandler and the
beautiful adventure they are about to
embark upon together. I can think of no two
people better prepared for the journey.
Rachel: Well then I demand a recount! (Hmm,
                                              706
I wonder where I抳e heard that before.)
Rachel: Well y択now what? I hope Monica
forgives you after you throw her her          706
vegetarian, voodoo, goddess circley shower!
(Runs out.)
Rachel: Well y択now what? I hope Monica
forgives you after you throw her her          706
vegetarian, voodoo, goddess circley shower!
(Runs out.)
(The waitress lets her in as Monica is
about to throw a lobster into a pot of
boiling water (Although, she hasn抰 taken
off the rubber bands that hold the claws,     707
so she can抰 be that good a chef). Anyway,
guess who the Colonel is by the following
phrase.)
(The waitress lets her in as Monica is
about to throw a lobster into a pot of
boiling water (Although, she hasn抰 taken
off the rubber bands that hold the claws,     707
so she can抰 be that good a chef). Anyway,
guess who the Colonel is by the following
phrase.)
(They go around the last row of bookshelves
and find a couple doing what college coeds
do in secluded corners of university
libraries. For those of you who don抰 know     707
what I抦 talking about, let抯 just say that
clothing is undone. Ross gasps and the
couple gets up and runs away.)
(They go around the last row of bookshelves
and find a couple doing what college coeds
do in secluded corners of university
libraries. For those of you who don抰 know     707
what I抦 talking about, let抯 just say that
clothing is undone. Ross gasps and the
couple gets up and runs away.)
[Scene: The Library, Ross enters and heads
to the desk to talk to the male librarian     707
on duty.]
[Scene: The library抯 Paleontology section,
Ross is on patrol and stops a security        707
guard through the stack of books.]

[Scene: The library抯 Paleontology section,
                                              707
Ross is patrolling as a couple walks up.]

[Time Lapse, Ross and the woman are now in
a state of partial undress and are standing
                                              707
in front of the head librarian with two
security guards watching them.]
Chandler: Honestly? Our apartment is a
hotbed for electromagnetic activity. Now      707
Monica and I have been immunized, but sadly
you have not.
Chandler: Honestly? Our apartment is a
hotbed for electromagnetic activity. Now      707
Monica and I have been immunized, but sadly
you have not.
Chandler: Sounds like two people are really
                                              707
enjoying the Dewey decimal system.
Janice: Oh卪y Gawd, I-I understand. I-I am
so sorry, I抣l go. (Starts for the door.)
Good-bye Monica (hugs her), I wish you a
                                              707
lifetime of happiness with him. Chandler,
(hugs him) you call me when this goes in
the pooper. (Hurries out.)

Janice: Oh厀ait厃ou two think of me as
family?! Oh, I have to ask you something
                                              707
now and be honest; do you want me to sing
Careless Whisper or Lady In Red?
Janice: Okay, I抦 going to need a
comforter, but did you have a
hypoallergenic one because otherwise I get
very nasal. (Makes some weird sound) Do you   707
have a cat? 慍ause it抯 already happening.
(Makes a nasal sound) Do you hear that?
(She keeps making the nasal sound.)
Janice: Well umm, I thought I was going to
go back to my apartment but then I just
felt I couldn抰 really be alone tonight.
(Joey walks into view of the open door
behind Janice, sees her, gets a terrified     707
look on his face, and flees in horror.) I
was wondering if I could maybe stay here
with you, just I really feel that I need to
be with family.
Joey: (skeptical) What party?                 707

Joey: Hey, I抦 gonna call her later!
Honest! Oh come on, Chandler used to do it!
                                              707
He抎 even make the girl pancakes! Plus,
he抎 make extras and leave 慹m for me.

Joey: I like to see the previews. (Rachel
                                              707
looks at him.) The candy.

Joey: Just casually slip it in, y択now lay
the groundwork. Tell her uh, I抦 a
                                              707
loner桸o! An outlaw! Tell her she doesn抰
want to get mixed up with the likes of me.
Joey: Oh, it was great! I mean we walked
all around the village. We went to this ice
cream place, split a milkshake, 70/30 but
                                              707
still?And guess what, I抦 thinking about
taking her upstate to one of those bed and
breakfasts.

Joey抯 Date: You must be Rachel, I抦 Erin.      707

Monica: (to the lobster) Lucky bastard!
(Throws the lobster in and turns around to
face the planet抯 most annoying woman, next
                                              707
to Dr. Laura and Kathy Lee Gifford of
course. She抯 the most annoying female TV
character however.) Janice.
Monica: (to the lobster) Lucky bastard!
(Throws the lobster in and turns around to
face the planet抯 most annoying woman, next
                                              707
to Dr. Laura and Kathy Lee Gifford of
course. She抯 the most annoying female TV
character however.) Janice.
Phoebe: Yeah, you mean like that you抮e
                                              707
kind of a loner.
Rachel: Ugh, tramp!                           707
Rachel: Yeah, Joey kinda disabled it when I
                                              707
moved in.
Rachel: Yeah, there was. It was梩here the
corner of the library where-where all these   707
dusty books that nobody ever read梇es,
there was.
Ross: (to the guard) Don抰 sweat it, I抳e
got this section covered. Yeah, in fact
I抳e got this little baby (Turns on a mini-    707
flashlight) to shine in people抯 eye?The
guard walks away)桹kay, see you later.

Ross: Hi, I was wondering if it is possible
to increase security in the Paleontology
section? See I-I wrote a book up there and    707
instead of reading it people are-are-are
well, rolling around in front of it.
Ross: Let me ask you something, at your
school was there a like uh a place on         707
campus where students went to uh, fool
around.
Ross: Oh-oh, you抮e-you抮e fellow scholars.
What exactly were you looking for, hmm?
Perhaps, (Grabs a book from the shelf         707
behind him) perhaps Dr. Chester Stock抯
musings on the Smiledon Californicus?

Ross: Oh-oh, you抮e-you抮e fellow scholars.
What exactly were you looking for, hmm?
Perhaps, (Grabs a book from the shelf         707
behind him) perhaps Dr. Chester Stock抯
musings on the Smiledon Californicus?
Ross: Okay, okay, I was typing names into
the library computer earlier, y択now-y択now
for fun, and I typed mine in and guess what
came up? My doctoral dissertation! It抯
here! Yeah, it抯 right-it抯 right down          707
here! In the biggest library in the
university! (They start heading that way,
towards a secluded section behind the
racks.)
Ross: Okay, okay, I was typing names into
the library computer earlier, y択now-y択now
for fun, and I typed mine in and guess what
came up? My doctoral dissertation! It抯
here! Yeah, it抯 right-it抯 right down          707
here! In the biggest library in the
university! (They start heading that way,
towards a secluded section behind the
racks.)
Ross: Okay, okay, I was typing names into
the library computer earlier, y択now-y択now
for fun, and I typed mine in and guess what
came up? My doctoral dissertation! It抯
here! Yeah, it抯 right-it抯 right down          707
here! In the biggest library in the
university! (They start heading that way,
towards a secluded section behind the
racks.)
Ross: Well, fine. Fine! If-if I抦 the only
person with any appreciation of the
sanctity of the written word, I抣l go up
                                              707
there and defend it myself! (Starts to do
so, but stops and to the previous
librarian) And don抰 you follow me!
The Head Librarian: We are aware of the
problem you are referring to. (He turns to
look at the previous librarian.) But as far    707
as increasing security, I抦 afraid the
library is very understaffed. I, I can抰
help you.
The Head Librarian: We are aware of the
problem you are referring to. (He turns to
look at the previous librarian.) But as far    707
as increasing security, I抦 afraid the
library is very understaffed. I, I can抰
help you.
Woman: Uh, actually I find Marion抯 views
                                               707
far too progressionist.
Chandler: Does South Oregon have a sports-
team? (Joey strikes one from his list)         708
There you go.
Chandler: Does South Oregon have a sports-
team? (Joey strikes one from his list)         708
There you go.
Chandler: I don't know. Maybe it's because
it smells a little weird. It's like old        708
pumpkins or something.
Chandler: Okay, I went over to Ross'
apartment to bring back Clunkers. Y択now,
for you, and?Clears his throat) I left the
door open and she must have gotten out and
I looked everywhere, all over the
apartment, including the roof, which FYI       708
Ross, one of your neighbors, growing weed.
I couldn't find him, and I am so, so, so,
sorry. But I do know where we could all go
ease the pain. (Points up and then over to
the street)
Chandler: Sure, and Joey; do not let Ross
look at any of the   maps or the globe in      708
your apartment.
Chandler: They are   needy, they are jumpy,
and you can't tell   what they are thinking,   708
and that scares me   a little bit.

Chandler: Uh, Magellan? You got 46 states.
                                               708
(Smiles and hands Ross back his pad)
Chandler: You got it. (Starts looking at
the pad, while Ross gets the turkey out of    708
the fridge and starts to unwrap it) You got
Nevada twice.
Chandler: You got it. (Starts looking at
the pad, while Ross gets the turkey out of    708
the fridge and starts to unwrap it) You got
Nevada twice.
Joey: (realizes what he said) Street noise
drowned any of that out? (Rachel moves
                                              708
madly towards him) No, all right, I see you
later, okay... (Turns away embarrassed)
Joey: Chandler, it's like a big gerbil.       708
Monica: Nobody cares about the Dakotas.
(That抯 true in so many ways, trust me,        708
I抳e lived in one and been to the other.)
Monica: Oh! Why didn't you tell me? I made
him his own individual sweet potato stuffed   708
pumpkin.
Monica: Yes there is! He's black and white
and shaggy and [Cut to Monica抯 apartment]     708
he's sitting next to Rachel and licking
Rachel's hand.
Phoebe: Well, I'm watching it for some
friends who went out of town. Wait. (She
bends down, picks up the dog, and waves       708
with one of its paws) Hello, my name is
Clunkers. May I please stay with you nice
people?
Phoebe: Well, I'm watching it for some
friends who went out of town. Wait. (She
bends down, picks up the dog, and waves       708
with one of its paws) Hello, my name is
Clunkers. May I please stay with you nice
people?
Phoebe: Yeah, she came all the way back
from Ross' building. Oh, the things she
must have seen! And then she climbed up the
fire escape and she tapped on the window
                                              708
with her teeny little paw and then we ran
to let her in?Realizes, that Chandler
starts to not believe her) I went too far,
didn't I? When should I have stopped?
Phoebe: Yeah, she came all the way back
from Ross' building. Oh, the things she
must have seen! And then she climbed up the
fire escape and she tapped on the window
                                              708
with her teeny little paw and then we ran
to let her in?Realizes, that Chandler
starts to not believe her) I went too far,
didn't I? When should I have stopped?
Rachel: No匶eah, all the time, constantly.
It's terrifying. But you know that I figure   708
it卛t has to work out.

Rachel: Uh, yeah, well, see, he?Joey knows,
that I'm-I'm very insecure about my back
                                              708
and, and厃ou're hugging me, so obviously
you are not repulsed by it, yeah!
Ross: Oh, is it? Is it? Look, when Monica
and I were kids, we had a dog named Rover.
And, uh, one day, my dad decides, he
doesn't like dogs. So Monica and her
                                              708
friend匬hyllis卼ake away the dog. And that
was the last time we ever saw him. Don't
you see? This is just like that. Only with
a few details changed.
Ross: You know, I hate to lecture you guys,
but it's kinda disgraceful, that a group of
well-educated adults and Joey can't name      708
all the states. Did you ever see a map, or
one of those round, colorful things called
"a globe?" Hmm?
Ross: You know, I hate to lecture you guys,
but it's kinda disgraceful, that a group of
well-educated adults and Joey can't name      708
all the states. Did you ever see a map, or
one of those round, colorful things called
"a globe?" Hmm?
Tag: Colorado.                                708
[Scene: Monica, Chandler, and Phoebe's,
Monica is making candy while Chandler and     709
Rachel are taste-testing and Joey is on the
couch doodling.]
[Scene: Rachel抯 Office, she抯 slinking out
to where Tag works and checks to make sure    709
no one is coming.]
All: We want candy! We want candy now! (And
                                              709
other general commotion sounds.)
Joey: (with his mouth full) Oh yeah, sorry
about that. Mob mentality or whatever, I      709
don抰 know?(Grabs the note.)

Joey: (with his mouth full) Oh yeah, sorry
about that. Mob mentality or whatever, I      709
don抰 know?(Grabs the note.)

Joey: I do. There抯 uh, let抯 see, Guy With
a Mustache, Smokes-A-Lot Lady, Some Kids
                                              709
I抳e Seen, and A Red-haired Guy Who Does
Not Like To Be Called Rusty.

Monica: Matt Guire, Mark Lynn, Ben Wire?      709
Monica: No kidding, out of towners huh?
                                              709
What did you tell 慹m?
Monica: See, this is why I told you never
get involved with your assistant! And there
is no such thing as keeping secrets when it   709
comes to affairs. (To Chandler) Did you
hear that Chandler? No such thing!
Mr. Zelner: It抯 kind of a risky joke Tag,
and what is-what is this drawing I can抰       709
figure out what this is?
Mr. Zelner: Well, I抎 be forced to file a
report. I抎 have to consult with the legal     709
department, and your future at the company
would be in jeopardy.
Phoebe: (hopping off the bike) Wait! This
seat is really uncomfortable! Yeah, maybe
before we start we should just get another    709
one. Perhaps, like an airplane seat梠r a
beanbag chair!
Phoebe: Don抰 be so corny Ross, it抯 not an
after-school special. (She rides off and
                                              709
the camera pans down to reveal two shiny,
silver training wheels firmly attached.)

Phoebe: I am shocked! Shocked!! (She storms
off leaving Ross to defend himself from the   709
angry looks from onlookers.)
Phoebe: Well, we didn抰 have a lot of
money. But the girl across the street had
the best bike! It was pink and it had
rainbow colored tassels hanging off the       709
handle grips, and-and-and a bell and this
big, white wicker basket with those plastic
daisies stuck on.
Phoebe: Well, we didn抰 have a lot of
money. But the girl across the street had
the best bike! It was pink and it had
rainbow colored tassels hanging off the       709
handle grips, and-and-and a bell and this
big, white wicker basket with those plastic
daisies stuck on.
Rachel: (worried and shocked) Yeah, sure
Mr. Zelner, for you anything梞inute. Okay.
                                              709
Fine. (To Tag) Abort the plan, abort the
plan. (She start to usher Tag out.)
Rachel: Well, it gets worse. When asked if
you take initiative I wrote, "Yes, he was
able to unhook my bra with minimal
supervision," and under Problems with         709
Performance I wrote, "Dear God, I hope
not," and then uh, then I drew a little
smiley face, and then a small pornographic
sketch.
Rachel: Well, it gets worse. When asked if
you take initiative I wrote, "Yes, he was
able to unhook my bra with minimal
supervision," and under Problems with         709
Performance I wrote, "Dear God, I hope
not," and then uh, then I drew a little
smiley face, and then a small pornographic
sketch.
Rachel: Well, you抳e been here for two
months now and your boss is required to
hand in a performance evaluation. But
y択now, there is one thing that I have yet     709
to evaluate. (She turns around and sweeps
the stuff off of her desk and hops up onto
it.)
Ross: All right, try pedaling.                709
Ross: Because! Because, it-it-it抯?It抎 be
like you having this guitar (Points to
hers) and-and never playing it. Okay, this
guitar wants to be played! And-and this        709
bike wants to be ridden and-and if you
don抰 ride it you-you抮e-you抮e killing its
spirit! (Pause) The bike is dying.

Ross: It抯 a legitimate learning technique.
(Looking around and seeing the woman behind    709
him glaring at him.) Wow!
Ross: Oh hey, don抰 thank me, thank
yourself. You抮e the one who faced her          709
fears and ultimately overcame them.
Tag: No! It was marked confidential, I just
                                               709
sent it down to Human Resources.
The Knocker: My name is Gary, I live
                                               709
upstairs.
The Woman: I told 慹m your candy is
                                               709
absolutely indescribable!
[Monica picks up the bag, while Ross closes
the door and hits Monica with his tail.        710
They walk into the living room, and Monica
empties the bag.]
[Rachel hits some tom-toms and ends up on
the 'crash'-cymbal, which is in fact a ride-   710
cymbal, but whatever...]
[Rachel hits some tom-toms and ends up on
the 'crash'-cymbal, which is in fact a ride-   710
cymbal, but whatever...]
[Scene: Monica, Chandler, and Phoebe's,
Monica has just opened the door for Ross       710
who is costumed as an Armadillo. Ben is
standing next to her.]
[Scene: Monica, Chandler, and Phoebe's,
Monica has just opened the door for Ross       710
who is costumed as an Armadillo. Ben is
standing next to her.]
[Scene: Phoebe and Rachel's, they are
entering to check out the newly refurbished    710
apartment.]
[Scene: Ross's apartment, Ross is whirling
                                               710
Ben around.]
[They walk to the kitchen; everyone is
                                               710
lowering their voices]
Ben: (singing) Rudolph, the red-nosed
                                              710
reindeer...
Ben: Santa has reindeers that can fly!        710
Chandler: (to the Maitre d') Hi, could we
                                              710
get two burritos to go, please? (Laughs.)
Chandler: Because, if Santa and the
Holiday匒rmadillo? (Ross nods) ...are ever     710
in the same room for too long the universe
will implode. Merry Christmas!
Chandler: Hey, I can be smooth. (Walks back
to the Maitre d', very smoothly) Listen,
we're a little bit in a hurry, so, if you     710
can get us a table a little quicker, I'd
appreciate it. (Shakes his hand)
Chandler: If you wanna give Joey a
Christmas present that disrupts the entire
building, why not get him something a         710
little bit more subtle, like a wrecking
ball, or a phial of small pox to release in
the hallway?
Chandler: If you wanna give Joey a
Christmas present that disrupts the entire
building, why not get him something a         710
little bit more subtle, like a wrecking
ball, or a phial of small pox to release in
the hallway?
Chandler: If you wanna give Joey a
Christmas present that disrupts the entire
building, why not get him something a         710
little bit more subtle, like a wrecking
ball, or a phial of small pox to release in
the hallway?
Chandler: Is this because of the burrito
                                              710
thing?
Chandler: Mustached bastard?                  710
Chandler: My favorite part was when
Superman flew all the Jews out of Egypt.      710
(Glaring at Joey who抯 nodding.)
Joey: Hey! Great, you抮e home! Guess what
Phoebe got me for Christmas! (Starts          710
drumming.)
Monica: (to Chandler) Hey, you think, you
can keep it another night? (She has a         710
really teasing look on her face and keeps
twirling Chandler's beard.)
Monica: Because Armadillos also wandered in
                                              710
the desert?

Monica: Betrothed?(Corrects him)              710

Phoebe: (returning slowly) Y択now I抦-I抦
sensing that um, my grandmother would not     710
be comfortable with that.
Phoebe: It's a卼arantula! (Joey almost
falls down from his drum-stool jumping up)
Oh! God! Rachel, look, I'm sorry. What was    710
I thinking giving Joey this big, gross,
scary spider in such a poorly constructed
cage?
Phoebe: It's a卼arantula! (Joey almost
falls down from his drum-stool jumping up)
Oh! God! Rachel, look, I'm sorry. What was    710
I thinking giving Joey this big, gross,
scary spider in such a poorly constructed
cage?
Phoebe: Monica and Chandler said that you
were having so much fun here. And             710
apparently no amount of drums or tarantulas
is gonna change that.
Phoebe: Oh, this is terrible. Oh, they抳e
made so many changes I can抰 even feel my      710
grandmother抯 presence anymore桹oh! New
sconces!
Phoebe: Okay, I understand why Superman is
here, but why is there a porcupine at the     710
Easter Bunny抯 funeral?
Phoebe: That's fun. (She exits
                                              710
disappointedly.)

Rachel: Drums?                                710

Rachel: What are you talking about? I love
them! (Looks into the cage) Yeah, I had a
tarantula when I was a kid. But it-it died,   710
because my cat ate it. And then, then my
cat died. But Joey, isn't this cool?
Rachel: You can抰, because of the new
                                              710
skylight!
Ross: (to Monica) You wanna wander in the
hall? (to Ben) Ooh, hey Ben, what if the      710
Holiday Armadillo told you all about the
Festival of Lights?
Ross: Okay look, do-do, you have anything
Christmassy? I promised my son, and I
                                              710
really don't want to disappoint him, um,
come on, I卽h, you gotta have something.
Ross: Right, um, but, on Hanukkah, Hanukkah
is a celebration of a miracle. See, years     710
and years ago there were these people
called the Maccabees.
Ross: That's right, Ben. I'm Santa's
representative for all the southern states.
And Mexico! But, Santa sent me here to give
you these presents, Ben. (He tries to bend    710
down to pick up the bag with the presents,
but can't because of the costume) Maybe the
Lady will help me with these presents.

[Scene: Central Perk, Monica and Phoebe are
entering. As Phoebe is sitting down, she      711
recognizes someone sitting at the counter.]
[Scene: The Hallway, Chandler and Rachel
are on their knees with forks trying to       711
salvage what they can of the cheesecake off
of the floor.]
[Scene: The Hallway, Chandler and Rachel
are on their knees with forks trying to       711
salvage what they can of the cheesecake off
of the floor.]
Chandler: (gloatingly and holding his
                                              711
piece) Ohhh!
Chandler: I will give you a hundred dollars
to whistle right now. (She tries to whistle
and blows little chunks of cheesecake out     711
of her mouth.) How can you eat the
cheesecake without me?!
Chandler: No-no-no! It is going to be okay,
because Mrs. Braverman is gonna send away
for a free one and that way we all win! The
only losers are the big cheesecake            711
conglomerate, (Reading the label) Momma抯
Little Bakery. (Pause) I feel terrible, I抦
a horrible, horrible, horrible person.
David: Please, clean my beakers. I don抰
                                              711
get out of the lab much.
David: That reminds me of you so much, I
mean umm, it-it抯 actually of Lenin. But,      711
y択now at certain angles?
David: Uh, I-I-I was hoping to run into you
here. I didn抰 know whether I should call
or not, y択now I-I was only in town for a
few days. And y択now, I didn抰 want to          711
intrude on your life or-or anything like
that, but I-I really wanted to see you
and梑ut I didn抰 know if you wanted to see
me.
Joey: Yeah, this slow roasted salmon, just
                                              711
how slow are we talkin?here?
Monica: My God, I can抰 believe this! I
mean I knew that mom and dad were invited,
                                              711
but I thought that was it! I mean from the
ages 7 to 9 Frannie and I were inseparable!

Monica: My God, I can抰 believe this! I
mean I knew that mom and dad were invited,
                                              711
but I thought that was it! I mean from the
ages 7 to 9 Frannie and I were inseparable!
Phoebe: Duly noted.                           711
Phoebe: Duly noted.                           711
Phoebe: No he won抰. And that抯 not even
the point! Monica, I made a whole speech
about you do not cancel plans with friends!
And now y択now what? Just because,
potentially, the love of my life comes back   711
from Russia just for one night, I-I should
change my beliefs?! I should change
beliefs! No! No! No, if I don抰 have my
principles, I don抰 have anything!
Phoebe: No he won抰. And that抯 not even
the point! Monica, I made a whole speech
about you do not cancel plans with friends!
And now y択now what? Just because,
potentially, the love of my life comes back   711
from Russia just for one night, I-I should
change my beliefs?! I should change
beliefs! No! No! No, if I don抰 have my
principles, I don抰 have anything!
Phoebe: Well桞ut桸ow, if-if you can achieve
positronic distillation of sub-atomic
                                              711
particles y択now before he does, then he
can come back. (They hug again.)

Phoebe: Well桞ut桸ow, if-if you can achieve
positronic distillation of sub-atomic
                                              711
particles y択now before he does, then he
can come back. (They hug again.)

Rachel: It was cheesecake. It was fine. It
had a buttery, crumbly, graham cracker
crust, with a very rich yet light, cream      711
cheese filling?(Pause) Wow! My whole mouth
just filled with saliva!

Rachel: It was cheesecake. It was fine. It
had a buttery, crumbly, graham cracker
crust, with a very rich yet light, cream      711
cheese filling?(Pause) Wow! My whole mouth
just filled with saliva!

Rachel: It was cheesecake. It was fine. It
had a buttery, crumbly, graham cracker
crust, with a very rich yet light, cream      711
cheese filling?(Pause) Wow! My whole mouth
just filled with saliva!
Rachel: Oh it抯 umm, it抯 tofu cake. Do you
want some? (He makes a disgusted noise and    711
heads for his room, Chandler follows him
in.)
Rachel: Oh, what are you going to do?! Are
you gonna go run tell Monica?! Are you
gonna tell Joey?! No! Because then you will   711
have to tell them what we did! We are
dessert stealers! We are living outside the
law!
Rachel: Oh, y択now I'm not that much of a
sweet tooth. I?Chandler puts a forkful of
the cheesecake in her mouth.)梂ow. My God,
so creamy. Oh my God, this is the best        711
cheesecake I have ever had. Where did you
get this? (She reaches over to look at the
label on the box.)
Rachel: What? Oh, well then y択now what? I
think Monica would be very interested to      711
know that you called her cheesecake dry and
mealy.
Rachel: Yeah and we抣l drop it off
                                              711
downstairs so that we抮e not tempted.
Ross: Oh what抯 the big deal?! I wasn抰
even invited to the ceremony, just the
reception. And-and y択now what? If it makes
                                              711
you feel any better, Joan and I will just
make an appearance and then, and then we抣l-
we抣l leave early as a sign of protest.

Ross: Oh, hey Aunt Millie.                    711
Ross: So I finally heard back from Aunt
Sheryl and apparently it wasn抰 a mistake.     711
Ahh, there抯-there抯 limited seating in the
hall.
Ross: Well l-look okay, it抯 probably just
a mistake. Let me call Aunt Sheryl okay?      711
Maybe you are invited and the invitation
just got lost in the mail.
Ross: Yeah, Joan Tedeski my date. She抯 an
assistant professor in the Linguistics
department. Tall, very beautiful, and         711
despite what some people say, not broad
backed!
Ross: Yeah, Joan Tedeski my date. She抯 an
assistant professor in the Linguistics
department. Tall, very beautiful, and         711
despite what some people say, not broad
backed!
[Scene: Monica and Chandler's kitchen,
Chandler has a jug of milk in his hands and
decides to make some warm milk. He opens up   712
the cabinet to get a pot and manages to
knock several other pots onto the floor
making a lot of noise.]
[Scene: Phoebe's apartment, there is
someone pounding on the door and Phoebe
sleepily walks over and answers it. As she    712
nears the door, the pounding stops and she
can hear the smoke detector抯 wail.]
[Scene: Phoebe's apartment, there is
someone pounding on the door and Phoebe
sleepily walks over and answers it. As she    712
nears the door, the pounding stops and she
can hear the smoke detector抯 wail.]
[Scene: The Building抯 Roof, the entire
gang plus Tag are there to look for a
comet. They抮e looking for a comet on a
                                              712
roof of a New York apartment building.
Yeah, that抯 realistic. You might as well
look for the moon on a bright sunny day.]
[Scene: The Building抯 Roof, the entire
gang plus Tag are there to look for a
comet. They抮e looking for a comet on a
                                              712
roof of a New York apartment building.
Yeah, that抯 realistic. You might as well
look for the moon on a bright sunny day.]
[Scene: The fire escape, Joey is now
hanging off of the bottom rung of the         712
ladder that won抰 move and Ross is watching
from above.]
A Disembodied Voice: (yelling through the
                                              712
door) Phoebe Buffay?!
Chandler: (with a quivering voice) No, I抦
                                              712
not!
Chandler: Because it抯 flattering! (Shivers
harder) Come on Monica! Come on Monica! (He   712
goes inside.)


Chandler: I know, just quick-quick
question, quick question. Which one was       712
Deep Impact and which one was Armageddon?



Chandler: Sorry, I just卌an抰 sleep. Ooh!
(Turns on the light and Monica groans.)
Where is that book that you are reading
with the two women who were ice-skating and   712
wearing, wearing those hats with the
flowers on it? Because every time I look at
that cover I抦 like?Fake snores.)
Joey: No! No-no. Look, there抯 a bug stuck
in tar right here. (Bends down to get a       712
closer look.)

Joey: Well, just shimmy down me and drop!     712

Joey: What if I smack my head on the
                                              712
concrete?

Monica: Nooo! No, that抯 not true. No, best
time ever! Yeah, you rocked my world! (She    712
turns out the light to go back to sleep.)
Monica: Okay, we抳e been out here for two
hours and we haven抰 seen any stupid
comets. Can we go now? I mean, Chandler抯      712
getting chilly. (She walks over to where
Chandler is bundled up in a big coat and
shivering.)
Monica: Okay, we抳e been out here for two
hours and we haven抰 seen any stupid
comets. Can we go now? I mean, Chandler抯      712
getting chilly. (She walks over to where
Chandler is bundled up in a big coat and
shivering.)
Monica: The second sister dies in Archie
                                              712
and Jughead Double Digest?
Monica: With a wok? (Chandler抯 holding a
wok.) I thought you were going to read my     712
boring book to put you asleep.
Phoebe: (crossing her fingers and closing
her eyes) Please don抰 be a space ship.
Please don抰 be a space ship. (She turns on
the light and looks around and finds that
it抯 the smoke detector that抯 beeping.) Oh
thank God! (She moves a chair over and
starts to investigate how to make the
beeping turn off, in frustration she yanks    712
the thing off of the wall. She sets it down
and heads for bed, just as she gets there
it beeps again. She opens the cover and
removes the battery, but it still beeps.)
How could you be beeping?! I just
disconnected you! I took out your battery!
How can?
Phoebe: Okay do you桹kay, do you have a
search warrant? Because the last time I       712
checked this was still America!

Phoebe: Okay. So, this wire is connected to
this wire which plugs into here. (She
points at each as she says it.) Okay so, to
get the beeping to stop all I have to
do?(She picks up a shoe and proceeds to
pummel the smoke detector. She then gets up
and heads to bed, stops, quickly turns
                                              712
around, and is satisfied that the beeping
has stopped.) Well done, Pheebs. (She
resumes her trek to bed, but is stopped at
the entrance to the hallway by the now
steady and extremely loud tone emanating
from the smoke detector.) (Yelling.) What
do you want from me?!!!!!!!
Rachel: I don抰 know Tag! How can your
genitals make phone calls? Okay? It抯 not a    712
perfect world! Just go please.
Rachel: In the afternoon. Mr. Zelner came
into my office after lunch. He put them on
my desk, and then I put a Post-It on it
(Looks down onto her desk and finds the
                                              712
folder with the Post-It on it that contains
the contracts she imagined she gave Tag)
that said, "Must go out today." So you just
keep looking in there! All right?
Rachel: Okay. (They start to head for the
bedroom) Oh wait! Umm, did you send those     712
contracts to Milan?
Rachel: Puzzler. A bit of a puzzle. Why
don抰 you um, check the copy room, maybe       712
you left the contracts in there?
Rachel: Well yeah, I wish that you would.
(He opens the top drawer.) Well, no it抯
not in there! (Closes it.) How about that
                                              712
drawer? (She points to the bottom one and
he opens it. She doesn抰 see the folder she
planted and bends over to check.)
Rachel: Yes I did! And I put a little Post-
It on it that said, "Must go out today,"
and underlined today three times and, and     712
then I put a little heart in the corner
because I didn抰 want to seem too bossy.
Ross: I don抰 think so. Hello? (Knocks on
the glass, which angers the big, large,
angry dog behind the glass and causes them    712
to jump to the other side of the landing.)
When you get in there?(Joey nods his
disapproval.)
Ross: It抯 called the Bapstein-King comet,
okay? (Joey starts to groan.) Hey! Hey!       712
Bapstein was a very well respected
astronomer!
Ross: Man, look at all those stars! (Yeah,
you can see what? Five of them from the
                                              712
city?) Infinite space. It really, really
makes you wonder, doesn抰 it?

Ross: Okay! Okay! Fine, I抣l stop! No
teaching, okay? We抣l just watch the pretty
light streaking across the sky. (Comets       712
don抰 streak across the sky, meteors do.)
Okay? Who抯 official name is Bapstein-King.

Ross: Okay! Okay! Fine, I抣l stop! No
teaching, okay? We抣l just watch the pretty
light streaking across the sky. (Comets       712
don抰 streak across the sky, meteors do.)
Okay? Who抯 official name is Bapstein-King.

Ross: Okay! Okay! Fine, I抣l stop! No
teaching, okay? We抣l just watch the pretty
light streaking across the sky. (Comets       712
don抰 streak across the sky, meteors do.)
Okay? Who抯 official name is Bapstein-King.

Ross: Okay! Okay! Fine, I抣l stop! No
teaching, okay? We抣l just watch the pretty
light streaking across the sky. (Comets       712
don抰 streak across the sky, meteors do.)
Okay? Who抯 official name is Bapstein-King.
Ross: Ugh. Well, we抮e just gonna have to
jump. (Joey looks at him.) Yeah. Now, we抮e
gonna have to make sure to land to the
right of that patch of ice, okay? Not hit
the dumpster on the other side and uh, and    712
try to avoid that-that weird brownish red
stuff in the middle. So, when you get down
there厃ou go up to the roof and you let me
in.
Tag: (entering) Yeah? (She holds up the
folder) You found them!! (Rachel is not
amused, because she抯 still going to try to
blame him for her mistake like every          712
慻ood?boss.) Y択now what? I抦 not even
going to gloat. I抦 just really relieved
this whole thing is over.
Tag: (smirking) Any luck?                     712
The Fireman: Please reattach this, it抯
                                              712
against the law to disconnect them.
The Fireman: There抯 a reset button under
                                              712
the plastic cover.
Written by: Zack Rosenblatt                   712
(Joey whispers in Rachel抯 ear to confirm
                                              713
his response.)
(Phoebe desperately tries to find the
                                              713
scripted response to that line.)
[Scene: Joey and Rachel's, Joey is sitting
on the now healed Rosita as Rachel is
sitting in the newly arrived Francette.
Francette is one of those new chairs from
La-Z-Boy that has and does everything         713
except cook and go to the bathroom for you.
It抯 got a small refrigerator under one
armrest, it has phone jacks for the
Internet and regular phone, and so much
more.]
[Scene: The Geller抯 Garage, Mr. Geller and
Ross are finishing up recreating Monica抯      713
memories as Monica enters.]
Chandler: (excitedly) Are you telling me
that you bought the chair that is making
all other lounge systems obsolete? The        713
chair that Sit magazine called the Chair of
the Year?
Chandler: Well, where抯 the logic in that?!    713
Earl: Oh yeah? I work in a cubicle
surrounded by people. I抳e been talking to
you for five minutes now about killing
myself and no one抯 even looked up from
their desk. Hang-hang on. (To the people
standing around his cubicle.) Hey
everybody! Uh, I抦 gonna kill myself!
(There抯 no response; no one even looks
                                              713
up.) I抣l get back to ya. (To Phoebe) I got
nothing. Wait. (He sets the phone down.)
Uh, hey Marge! (Mimes putting a gun to his
head, pulling the trigger, and splattering
his brain on the wall behind him. Then
points to himself. Marge watches this, then
goes back to work.) (To Phoebe) Ehh,
nothing. Nothing.

Earl: Philadelphia.                           713

Earl: Well匢 only have one thing to do
today. (He looks at his board in his office   713
that reads, "Today抯 Tasks: KILL SELF.") I
guess I could push it back.
Joey: (angrily) Get your non-believer ass
outta my chair! (She gets up and heads for    713
her room.)

Joey: (quietly) My chair heals itself.        713

Joey: (sarcastic) Oh no this is
devastating! My faith is shaken. I抦 so        713
glad I have the new chair to get my through
this difficult time in my life.
Joey: The big deal is that it is the exact
equal distance from the bathroom to the
kitchen and it抯 at the perfect angle so       713
you don抰 get any glare coming off of
Stevie.
Joey: Well, I guess you抮e right. Maybe,
maybe I抣l take her down to the
incinerator. It抯 gonna be so sad, and
kinda cool. (He goes to remove the back,      713
but it doesn抰 come off. So he sits down in
it, puts his feet up, stands up, and looks
back at it.) She抯 healed!
Joey: Well, I guess you抮e right. Maybe,
maybe I抣l take her down to the
incinerator. It抯 gonna be so sad, and
kinda cool. (He goes to remove the back,      713
but it doesn抰 come off. So he sits down in
it, puts his feet up, stands up, and looks
back at it.) She抯 healed!
Monica: (wary) Okay. So, which boxes are
                                              713
mine?
Monica: Hey, it is unreasonable to expect a
child to wait for a light bulb to cook        713
brownies! (She goes to the attic.)
Monica: How do you think I am?! You抳e
wrecked all my childhood memories. You love   713
Ross more than me. And I just rubbed a dead
mouse on my face!
Monica: Oh please! Dad turned my room into
a gym 20 minutes after I moved out! I gotta
                                              713
say, a tanning bed and a stack of
Victoria抯 Secret catalogues, not a gym!

Monica: Oh please! Dad turned my room into
a gym 20 minutes after I moved out! I gotta
                                              713
say, a tanning bed and a stack of
Victoria抯 Secret catalogues, not a gym!
Monica: Well, after 15 years of mom and dad
keeping it as a shrine to you, it抯 time       713
the velvet ropes came down.
Monica: Well, after 15 years of mom and dad
keeping it as a shrine to you, it抯 time       713
the velvet ropes came down.
Mr. Geller: Well I don抰 know, I-I suppose
we may have favored you unconsciously, you
                                              713
were a medical marvel! The doctor said your
mother could?

Mr. Geller: Well I don抰 know, I-I suppose
we may have favored you unconsciously, you
                                              713
were a medical marvel! The doctor said your
mother could?
Mr. Geller: Well, it抯 time for a new
family to start their memories here and
hopefully their check will clear before       713
they find the crack in the foundation and
the asbestos in the ceiling.
Mr. Geller: Well, the garage flooded
sweetie and it ruined everything in your      713
boxes. I抦 sorry.
Mr. Geller: Well, the white seems to be
untouched. (He throws it back into the box    713
as Mr. Geller moves a tarp and makes a
discovery.) Uh-oh.

Mr. Geller: Y択now how the garage floods
                                              713
every Spring?

Phoebe: Oh my God! So was she! And! Get
this, okay? Your-your name is Earl, right?    713
Her name was Pearl, P-Earl.
Phoebe: Well okay, it抯 already February
and I抳e only given two massages and they      713
were both the worst tippers in the world!
Phoebe: Yeah and yeah, and it would
probably be better than the last telephone
job I had. Y択now, I probably wouldn抰 have     713
to say spank as much. (Monica and Ross are
shocked.)
Rachel: I just purchased the La-Z-Boy E-
cliner 3000. (Which is an actual product by   713
the way, I抦 not sure about the 3000 part.)

Rachel: I just purchased the La-Z-Boy E-
cliner 3000. (Which is an actual product by   713
the way, I抦 not sure about the 3000 part.)
Rachel: No! (Joey sets his beer and bag of
chips down and heads into his room.) Oh
what does he know! Come on Rosita, us
chichas got to stick together! (She tries     713
pulling on the back of the chair, until the
hinge breaks and the back falls off.) You
bitch!
Rachel: No! (Joey sets his beer and bag of
chips down and heads into his room.) Oh
what does he know! Come on Rosita, us
chichas got to stick together! (She tries     713
pulling on the back of the chair, until the
hinge breaks and the back falls off.) You
bitch!
Rachel: Noo! (Laughs) Angels.                 713
Rachel: We抮e the Cobras!                      713

Rachel: Yeah? Wow! Y択now, that this thing
                                              713
has speakers in the headrest!
Rachel: Yeah? Wow! Y択now, that this thing
                                              713
has speakers in the headrest!
Ross: Hey, y択now if you want to pick up
some extra cash? Some friends of mine made    713
good money doing telemarketing.

Ross: I was their first born! They thought
                                              713
she was barren! It抯 not my fault.

Ross: Like uh y択now like this! This! (He
picks up one of those art projects that
                                              713
kids make in kindergarten and first grade.)
She-she could抳e made this!
Ross: Yeah, not as much as you used to love
                                              713
to play uncooked batter eater.
Ross: Yeah, not as much as you used to love
                                              713
to play uncooked batter eater.
Supervisor: (laughs) Why don抰 we do a
                                              713
trial run.
Supervisor: So basically this is very easy.
You read from the script and try to sell as   713
much toner as you possibly can.
The One Where Rosita Dies                     713

(He starts the car and surprisingly it
fires right up and comes to a nice idle.
(Both can be rarities with British sports
cars with their lovely Lucas ignition
systems, which tend not to work, especially
in the rain.) Anyway, this being New York
he is parallel parked on a street with the    714
car in front of him only inches ahead of
his bumper, likewise with the car behind
him. He抯 completely boxed in and can抰
move more than two inches. He tries to get
out several times by bumping the bumpers of
both cars to no avail.)
(He starts the car and surprisingly it
fires right up and comes to a nice idle.
(Both can be rarities with British sports
cars with their lovely Lucas ignition
systems, which tend not to work, especially
in the rain.) Anyway, this being New York
he is parallel parked on a street with the    714
car in front of him only inches ahead of
his bumper, likewise with the car behind
him. He抯 completely boxed in and can抰
move more than two inches. He tries to get
out several times by bumping the bumpers of
both cars to no avail.)

(He starts the car and surprisingly it
fires right up and comes to a nice idle.
(Both can be rarities with British sports
cars with their lovely Lucas ignition
systems, which tend not to work, especially
in the rain.) Anyway, this being New York
he is parallel parked on a street with the    714
car in front of him only inches ahead of
his bumper, likewise with the car behind
him. He抯 completely boxed in and can抰
move more than two inches. He tries to get
out several times by bumping the bumpers of
both cars to no avail.)

(He starts the car and surprisingly it
fires right up and comes to a nice idle.
(Both can be rarities with British sports
cars with their lovely Lucas ignition
systems, which tend not to work, especially
in the rain.) Anyway, this being New York
he is parallel parked on a street with the    714
car in front of him only inches ahead of
his bumper, likewise with the car behind
him. He抯 completely boxed in and can抰
move more than two inches. He tries to get
out several times by bumping the bumpers of
both cars to no avail.)
(He starts the car and surprisingly it
fires right up and comes to a nice idle.
(Both can be rarities with British sports
cars with their lovely Lucas ignition
systems, which tend not to work, especially
in the rain.) Anyway, this being New York
he is parallel parked on a street with the    714
car in front of him only inches ahead of
his bumper, likewise with the car behind
him. He抯 completely boxed in and can抰
move more than two inches. He tries to get
out several times by bumping the bumpers of
both cars to no avail.)

(He starts the car and surprisingly it
fires right up and comes to a nice idle.
(Both can be rarities with British sports
cars with their lovely Lucas ignition
systems, which tend not to work, especially
in the rain.) Anyway, this being New York
he is parallel parked on a street with the    714
car in front of him only inches ahead of
his bumper, likewise with the car behind
him. He抯 completely boxed in and can抰
move more than two inches. He tries to get
out several times by bumping the bumpers of
both cars to no avail.)
(Joey walks away and Mr. and Mrs. Geller
walk up. Mr. Geller is wearing this ancient   714
velvet tuxedo.)

(Monica stands up and wobbles slightly and
                                              714
Chandler runs over to catch her.)

(The rest of the gang runs away, except for
Ross who抯 tramped inside his car. To hide     714
he puts the top up as Monica, Rachel, and
Joey come running past.)
(We hear some fumbling at the door, then
                                              714
silence.)
(We hear Tag scream out in the hallway and
jump into view of the open door on the
scooter. He gives a hearty thumbs up to the   714
group and rides off, with Joey following
breathlessly behind.)
(We hear Tag scream out in the hallway and
jump into view of the open door on the
scooter. He gives a hearty thumbs up to the   714
group and rides off, with Joey following
breathlessly behind.)
[Flashback to Joey抯 thirtieth birthday
party. It is being held in Monica and         714
Chandler抯 apartment.]
[Flashback to: A street, Ross is sitting in
his newly purchased MGB. Which is one of
the better British sports cars ever made.
Of course, 慴etter?is a relative term.
Which reminds me of a joke. Why don抰 the      714
British make computers? Because they
couldn抰 figure out how to make them leak
oil. Anyway, the gang is all staring at his
new purchase.]
[Flashback to: The Street in front of
Central Perk, Ross and Joey are holding a
yellow tape across the road and everyone is   714
cheering Phoebe as she bounces around the
corner on a hippity-hop.]

[Scene: Joey and Rachel's, Joey is knocking
on Rachel抯 door, whose door frame is
decorated with balloons. The rest of the      714
gang is there as well. Rachel opens the
door and the gang blow on noisemakers.]
Chandler: Okay! Okay! Everybody down!
Everybody down! (Rachel turns off the
lights and everyone crouches. As everyone     714
crouches, a ripping noise erupts from the
assemblage.)
Joey: Hey, what抯 the horsepower on this
                                              714
thing?
Monica: I really like to say that I抦-
um?(Pause) Y択now what I抎 really like to
say? I抦 drunk!! (Mrs. Geller pulls the
camera down.) That抯 right mom and dad your
little Harmonica is hammered!! (Ross grabs
the camera out of his dad抯 hands.) And
guess what! I抳e been drunk before! And        714
I抳e smoked a cigarette! And I got a box of
Ding-Dongs hidden in my underwear drawer!
It抯 all okay. It抯 okay because I turned
thirty today. And, and I can do anything I
want! Because I am a grown up. (Falls over
sideways with Ross filming the fall.)

Monica: Nooo! (Giggles) Okay. (She tries to
pull herself up by Rachel and Joey抯
doorknob, but the door opens and she almost
falls into the their apartment. She manages
to catch herself.) Whoa! (Stands up,
                                              714
unsteadily) Okay. See I was, I was a little
nervous about turning (whispering) thirty.
(Giggles.) So the bus boys took me out for
some drinks. (Pause) I wanna puke on you
later!
Monica: Ross, just forget about it. This
                                              714
guy抯 got you totally wedged in.
Monica: Weren抰 you asked to leave sonny?      714

Mr. Geller: It抯 older than that. Ross was
                                              714
actually conceived right near this tuxedo.
Phoebe: (clinking two glasses together)
Speech! Speech! Let抯 hear from the            714
birthday girl! Huh?
Phoebe: (running up) Okay. Okay, here抯
what we抮e gonna do. Okay, I抦 gonna break
into this mini-van and put it in neutral.
You guys push it forward so Ross can drive
out of his spot. Okay? All right, here we
go. (She opens her coat and reveals that      714
thing car thieves use to break into cars as
Ross jumps in behind the wheel. She inserts
the device, unlocks the door, opens it, and
the alarm goes off.) Haul ass!!!! (Runs
off.)
Phoebe: (running up) Okay. Okay, here抯
what we抮e gonna do. Okay, I抦 gonna break
into this mini-van and put it in neutral.
You guys push it forward so Ross can drive
out of his spot. Okay? All right, here we
go. (She opens her coat and reveals that      714
thing car thieves use to break into cars as
Ross jumps in behind the wheel. She inserts
the device, unlocks the door, opens it, and
the alarm goes off.) Haul ass!!!! (Runs
off.)
Phoebe: I did it! One mile on a hippity-
hop! That抯 it!! That抯 everything I wanted
to do before I was thirty. Oh, except I
wanted to patch things up with my sister.
But oh well. Yay!! (They all cheer again.)
                                              714
And-and girls this thing is a Godsend if
you know what I mean. (Rachel and Monica
look intrigued and as they all head into
Central Perk, Rachel picks up the hippity-
hop that Phoebe left behind.)
Phoebe: I did it! One mile on a hippity-
hop! That抯 it!! That抯 everything I wanted
to do before I was thirty. Oh, except I
wanted to patch things up with my sister.
But oh well. Yay!! (They all cheer again.)
                                              714
And-and girls this thing is a Godsend if
you know what I mean. (Rachel and Monica
look intrigued and as they all head into
Central Perk, Rachel picks up the hippity-
hop that Phoebe left behind.)
Phoebe: Like okay I-I-I, I haven抰 met any
Portuguese people! I, I haven抰 had the        714
perfect kiss! And I haven抰 been to
sniper抯 school!
Rachel: (opening it) A scooter! (She抯 not
                                              714
happy.)
Rachel: Late thirties? Oh come on you guys!
                                              714
Is it just me? Am I overreacting to this?

Rachel: Late thirties? Oh come on you guys!
                                              714
Is it just me? Am I overreacting to this?
Rachel: Look, y択now I know my life抯 going
pretty well, but I look around and I just
see so many people who抳e accomplished so      714
many other goals by the time they抮e
thirty.
Rachel: Y択now, I抦 still 29 in Guam.           714
Ross: Maybe that will liven up this party.    714

Ross: Okay, is everybody clear? We抮e gonna
pick it up卆nd move it. Now all we need is
                                              714
teamwork, okay? We抮e gonna lift the
car卆nd slide it out. Lift and slide!
Ross: That抯 not what this is about okay? I-
I am a sports car enthusiast. I have always   714
been into cars.
Story by: Vanessa McCarthy                    714
Story by: Vanessa McCarthy                    714
Tag: Ms. Green would like to establish some
ground rules before she comes out. She
would appreciate it if you don抰 use the
                                              714
words old or downhill or (To Joey) they
still look pretty damn good. (Joey smiles
and everyone glares at him.)
Tag: Ms. Green would like to establish some
ground rules before she comes out. She
would appreciate it if you don抰 use the
                                              714
words old or downhill or (To Joey) they
still look pretty damn good. (Joey smiles
and everyone glares at him.)

Ursula: No, I sold it to a Swedish runaway.   714

Ursula: Yea-huh! That抯 what is says on my
                                              714
birth certificate.
(As he prepares to start, he makes several
horrible noises that scares Rachel into       715
retreat.)
(He starts. And well, Celebration was never
meant to be played on the bagpipe, so even
the best bag pipe players in the world
would have trouble with that particular
song. So of course, for a beginner like       715
Ross, it sounds absolutely dreadful. The
assembled audience minus Phoebe, are
horrified. Phoebe, immune to bad music,
seems to enjoy it.)
(He starts. And well, Celebration was never
meant to be played on the bagpipe, so even
the best bag pipe players in the world
would have trouble with that particular
song. So of course, for a beginner like       715
Ross, it sounds absolutely dreadful. The
assembled audience minus Phoebe, are
horrified. Phoebe, immune to bad music,
seems to enjoy it.)
(He starts. And well, Celebration was never
meant to be played on the bagpipe, so even
the best bag pipe players in the world
would have trouble with that particular
song. So of course, for a beginner like       715
Ross, it sounds absolutely dreadful. The
assembled audience minus Phoebe, are
horrified. Phoebe, immune to bad music,
seems to enjoy it.)
(He starts. And well, Celebration was never
meant to be played on the bagpipe, so even
the best bag pipe players in the world
would have trouble with that particular
song. So of course, for a beginner like       715
Ross, it sounds absolutely dreadful. The
assembled audience minus Phoebe, are
horrified. Phoebe, immune to bad music,
seems to enjoy it.)
(Ross resumes playing, this time
accompanied by Phoebe screeching out E抯 in
tune with Ross. While Phoebe is singing
                                              715
along, Rachel is having a very difficult
time keeping a straight face. Thankfully,
Ross gives up after a little while.)
(Ross resumes playing, this time
accompanied by Phoebe screeching out E抯 in
tune with Ross. While Phoebe is singing
                                              715
along, Rachel is having a very difficult
time keeping a straight face. Thankfully,
Ross gives up after a little while.)
(Why was this the trailer? Well, that抯
because it was an introduction into the       715
special out takes episode that immediately
followed the show.)
[Cut to Ross抯 apartment, he is playing the
Bagpipes, badly. He抯 worse than that whole    715
keyboard thing a few years ago.]
[Scene: Central Perk, Monica and Chandler
are sitting on the couch. Ross is sitting     715
on the armchair.]
[Scene: Monica and Chandler's, Monica and
Chandler are eating lunch, when they start
                                              715
to hear a horrible screeching noise. It
sounds like someone is skinning a cat.]
[Scene: Monica and Chandler's, Rachel,
Phoebe, Chandler, and Monica have gathered
to hear Ross perform his interpretation of    715
Celebration by Cool and the Gang on the bag
pipe.]
[Scene: Phoebe's apartment, Phoebe is
putting out some Sunflower seeds as Rachel    715
enters.]
[Scene: Phoebe's apartment, Phoebe is
putting out some Sunflower seeds as Rachel    715
enters.]
[Scene: Silvercup Studios, Dina is at the
craft services table getting some food as     715
Joey walks up.]
Cecilia: A film in Guadalajara!               715

Cecilia: I probably should抳e just left
years ago when the offers were pouring in,
                                              715
but y択now I just got so comfy here!
And?Ohh, I turned down some amazing work!
Cecilia: Oh no-no-no-no, being adored. I抦
                                              715
used to it, don抰 worry about it.
Cecilia: So, the essence of the character
is rooted in her confidence. So, when
Jessica enters a room for instance, she      715
owns everything and every person in that
room. (Joey is nodding.) You try.

Cecilia: So, the essence of the character
is rooted in her confidence. So, when
Jessica enters a room for instance, she      715
owns everything and every person in that
room. (Joey is nodding.) You try.
Cecilia: Well, let抯 just say if I left 15
years ago, the landscape of Mexican cinema   715
would be very different today!
Cecilia: Well, let抯 just say if I left 15
years ago, the landscape of Mexican cinema   715
would be very different today!
Chandler: Oh no thanks. I don抰 like
                                             715
anything from my Scottish heritage.
Chandler: Well it抯 just my entire family
was run out of Scotland by匳ikings. Anyway,
                                             715
lots of bad memories. (Makes a few
unintelligible noises.)

Chandler: Y択now that thing that Ross was
gonna do at our wedding?! He was hanging
                                             715
out with me yesterday and he turned to me
and said, "You抮e half Scottish right?"
Dina: Loosening the saddle on mother抯
horse was brilliant Fredrick. And the        715
electric fence, inspired.
Joey: Ms. Monroe?(She slaps him) Oh there
you go. (She storms off, leaving Joey
standing next to Dina. They share a nod at   715
the ferocity of the slap they just
received.)
Joey: Oh well, they抮e killing off one of
the characters on the show, and when she     715
dies her brain is being transplanted into
my body.
Joey: So you like the nachos uh? Myself I抦
                                             715
partial to?
Joey: Uh Cecilia Monroe, she plays Jessica
                                             715
Lockhart.
Joey: Uh Cecilia Monroe, she plays Jessica
                                             715
Lockhart.
Joey: Uh Cecilia Monroe, she plays Jessica
                                              715
Lockhart.
Joey: Uh yeah-ye-ye-ye-ye-ye條-l-l-l-l-look
the-the-the only reason that I, that I came
up to you before was because well, I抦
really nervous about-about being you.         715
Y択now if you can help me capture the
essence of the character. Y択now? Help me
keep Jessica alive. Please?
Monica: Do you want some shortbread? Eh
                                              715
that抯 Scottish like you are.
Monica: No, there is no way! It can not be
Ross! (She looks through the window and
sees Ross practicing and fumbling around      715
with the pipes.) Unbelievable! Why is your
family Scottish?!
Phoebe: (A woman with large breasts walks
in the door) Ohh knockers will help us        715
figure it out. (She walks by and he checks
her out.)
Phoebe: (handing Rachel the phone) Fine all
right, but I抎 bet you抎 be singing another     715
tune if we were fighting over a ratchet.
Phoebe: (To Rachel) Shhh! I抦 on a call!
(On phone) Umm well yeah, you can pick it
up tonight, say 8:30? At-at my apartment.
It抯 umm, it抯 umm 5 Morton Street,
                                              715
Apartment 14, umm and then maybe y択now
after we can grab a bite to eat or
whatever. (Listens) Okay, well okay I抣l
see you then. (Listens) Bye. (Hangs up.)

Phoebe: Ah-ha! Too cocky!                     715

Phoebe: That is damning evidence.             715

Phoebe: That is damning evidence.             715
Rachel: Okay no way, you cannot use that to
get the cute guy and the last blueberry       715
muffin.
Rachel: What if, um, if he calls his own
cell phone to find out who found it and I
answer and we start talking and we fall in    715
love. I mean wouldn't that be a great
story? Kind of like a fairy tale for the
digital age.
Rachel: Yes okay. (Checking the speed dial
again.) Well now see this isn抰 telling us
anything. (Reading the speed dial) Joe.       715
Carlos. Peter. Ooh! Peter Luger! T hat抯 a
steak house!


Ross: Oh well, it sounds to me like your
family is ready to uh, rediscover its         715
Scottish roots.


Ross: Oh well, it sounds to me like your
family is ready to uh, rediscover its         715
Scottish roots.
Ross: What? A brain transplant?!              715
Ross: 卬ow remember you have to imagine me
                                              715
in a kilt.
(Joey, whose new diet is working out great,
he looks like he only weighs 375 down from    716
420 enters from the bedroom.)
[Scene: Central Perk, Chandler is sulking
on the couch as Joey enters to talk with      716
him.]
Chandler: (To Monica) So you came to the
room looking for Joey? Did you ever in-       716
intend on telling me about this?
Chandler: I don抰 believe it. The most
romantic night of my life and I抦 runner       716
up.
Chandler: It bodes well for me that speed
                                              716
impresses you.
Chandler: It bodes well for me that speed
                                              716
impresses you.
Chandler: It is to me. You wanted to sleep
with Batman, and instead you had to settle    716
for Robin. (Walks out and slams the door.)
Chandler: We are going to have a legitimate
member of the clergy! And when I say          716
legitimate I mean, gay and in control of
his saliva!
Chandler: Well I think it抯 safe to say
                                              716
that our friendship is effectively ruined.
Joey: (reading) "When I think of the love
that these two givers and receivers share,
I can not help but envy the lifetime ahead
of having and loving and giving and? And      716
then I can抰 think of a good word for right
here. (He points to the stop on the paper
where he left off.)
Joey: (reading) "When I think of the love
that these two givers and receivers share,
I can not help but envy the lifetime ahead
of having and loving and giving and? And      716
then I can抰 think of a good word for right
here. (He points to the stop on the paper
where he left off.)
Joey: All right!!! Okay!! All right! Okay-
okay, I gotta get started on my speech! Oh,   716
wait a minute, Internet ministers can still
have sex right?

Joey: Ho-ho-ho, (pausing for a rest next to
                                              716
the fridge) fried stuff with cheese!

Joey: Oh. Okay. Ooh! Ooh! Okay, maybe I抣l
talk about London! Y択now when you two
hooked up! Only, only I won抰 say hooked       716
up. I抣l say, "Began their beautiful
journey?
Joey: Okay. All right. Umm, so uh, so how
did it happen? Did your eyes meet across
the room? And then the next thing y択now       716
you抮e in the bathtub together and she抯
feeding you strawberries?
Joey: Say hello to Reverend Joey Tribbiani!
(Holds up the piece of paper bearing the      716
proof of his ordination.)
Joey: Say hello to Reverend Joey Tribbiani!
(Holds up the piece of paper bearing the      716
proof of his ordination.)
Monica: And then Chandler was, was really
sweet and he consoled me. And well we drank   716
too much?
Phoebe: Did you ever feed him a poison
                                              716
capsule that made him bleed from the eyes?
Phoebe: No! No! It抯-it抯 uh a real thing!
Anyone can get ordained on the Internet and   716
perform like weddings and stuff!
Phoebe: Oh my God! (Starts reading them.)
Dizziness, nervousness, drowsiness, facial
swelling, nausea, headache桯eadache.
Vomiting, stomach bleeding, liver damage!
                                              716
Now okay, I don抰 recall any of this coming
up when you gave me these little death
capsules! Oh I抦 sorry, extra strength
death capsules!
Phoebe: Oh my God! (Starts reading them.)
Dizziness, nervousness, drowsiness, facial
swelling, nausea, headache桯eadache.
Vomiting, stomach bleeding, liver damage!
                                              716
Now okay, I don抰 recall any of this coming
up when you gave me these little death
capsules! Oh I抦 sorry, extra strength
death capsules!
Phoebe: Oh my God! (Starts reading them.)
Dizziness, nervousness, drowsiness, facial
swelling, nausea, headache桯eadache.
Vomiting, stomach bleeding, liver damage!
                                              716
Now okay, I don抰 recall any of this coming
up when you gave me these little death
capsules! Oh I抦 sorry, extra strength
death capsules!
Phoebe: Oh my God! (Starts reading them.)
Dizziness, nervousness, drowsiness, facial
swelling, nausea, headache桯eadache.
Vomiting, stomach bleeding, liver damage!
                                              716
Now okay, I don抰 recall any of this coming
up when you gave me these little death
capsules! Oh I抦 sorry, extra strength
death capsules!

Phoebe: Oh my God, you抳e got to stop
                                              716
chattering!
Phoebe: Oh, it抯 like a huge weight has
been lifted! 慍ause look, (reads the side
effects) no hair loss, not a rash, no        716
hives, I抦 just so happy! Because no
shortness of breath, no temporary
euphoria桹h.
Phoebe: Oh, it抯 like a huge weight has
been lifted! 慍ause look, (reads the side
effects) no hair loss, not a rash, no        716
hives, I抦 just so happy! Because no
shortness of breath, no temporary
euphoria桹h.
Phoebe: Okay, then I must be disoriented.    716

Rachel: EHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!! My
God!!!!!!!!!!! Oh my God!!!!!!! (She runs    716
over to him and finds that it was a dummy
and that she had been had.)
Rachel: I抦 funny? Oh thank God! Well hey,
I抳e got a ton of these! Umm, oh here桪o
you want a good one? Here抯 a good one.
Umm, you uh, you take a quarter, take a
quarter and, and you blacken the edge.
Right? (Does so.) And then you say to        716
person, I bet you can抰 roll this quarter
from your forehead to your chin without it
leaving your face. And then when they do
it, they抮e left with a big black pencil
line right down the center of their face.
Rachel: Oh, you抮e one of those. But y択now
what? I have two sisters of my own and we    716
just-just tortured each other.
Rachel: That was you?! We heard about you
in Junior High! Did you really just shake    716
your fist in the air and shout, "I will be
revenged?!"
Ross: I was barefoot. Now tell me, the
toilet thing is the only thing you taught    716
him right?

Ross: Rach, he抯 not an ex-con.               716

Ross: That抯 right! That抯 right! Saran
Wrap on the toilet seat so the pee goes      716
everywhere!
Ross: Uh, before we do uh, are any of
                                              716
Joey抯 special romance magazines in there?

Ross: Wh-wh-what line? The line that
prompted a student in my last class of the
day to say uh, (In a college frat boy         716
voice) "Dude, don抰 you ever wash your
face?"

(She gets to Monica who has the dress
balled up in one hand and is sitting on       717
Megan who is sprawled out on the floor.)
[Scene: Kleinman抯, a horde of women
including Rachel, Phoebe, and Monica are      717
waiting for the store to open.]
Chandler: Gap commercial. (To Monica) So
                                              717
did you book them? Did you call?
Chandler: Joey got meat sauce on the
banister again! (He goes into the bathroom    717
to wash his hands.)
Chandler: So did Monica tell you about this
great band called the Swing Kings that        717
we抮e trying to get to play at the wedding?
Joey: Oh yeah?(He mimes sticking his
fingers into a jar of peanut butter,          717
scooping some out, and eating it off his
fingers.)
Monica: All right, listen up. There is
usually only one dress in each size so when
they open those doors, fan out. Now, this
is what you抮e looking for! (Holds up a
picture of it.) Memorize it! When you         717
locate the dress, blow on these. All right?
(She passes out whistles to them.) Three
short blasts. When you hear it, come
running.
Monica: Maybe I do! I抦 pretty feisty! (She
                                              717
blows the signal.)

Monica: So the wedding caterer sent me this
list of twelve appetizers and I have to       717
narrow it down to six.
Phoebe: Oh my God!! (She grabs Rachel抯
hand and drags her towards Monica.) Excuse
                                              717
me! Excuse me! (She抯 knocking women and
veils out of the way as she moves.)
Phoebe: Okay! (Runs that way and hears
another whistle blast.) Hey! (Heads the
other way and hears another blast.) What do
I do?!! (She runs in the second direction
and finds that the whistling is coming from
inside a rack. She moves the dresses out of
the way to find Rachel curled up in a fetal   717
position frantically blowing on the
whistle.) What are you doing? (Rachel
doesn抰 stop.) Did you find the dress?
(Rachel won抰 stop so Phoebe pinches her
nose shut which causes her to spit the
whistle out.)
Rachel: No! You gotta get me out of here
                                              717
Phoebe! These bargain shoppers are crazy!

Rachel: No! You gotta get me out of here
                                              717
Phoebe! These bargain shoppers are crazy!
Ross: I have an oily T-zone!                  717
Ross: Wait a minute! Were you on a poster
                                              717
for gonorrhea?
Ross: We have 8:00 reservations at Gramercy
                                              717
Bistro.
Ross: We have 8:00 reservations at Gramercy
                                              717
Bistro.
Ross: Y択now actually it does have a very
interesting history. Uh, this street is the
first street in the city to have an
underground sewer system. (Kristen crinkles
her nose at that.) Before that sewage and     717
waste would just flow right down the
street. Yeah, sometimes ankle deep! (He
stops when he realizes what he抯 talking
about.)
Ross: Y択now actually it does have a very
interesting history. Uh, this street is the
first street in the city to have an
underground sewer system. (Kristen crinkles
her nose at that.) Before that sewage and     717
waste would just flow right down the
street. Yeah, sometimes ankle deep! (He
stops when he realizes what he抯 talking
about.)
[Scene: The 2001 Soapie Awards, Joey抯
category is up next and the presenter walks   718
to the podium.]
Chandler: (hoarsely) Water! Water! Water!     718
Chandler: No. No, see when I first meet
somebody it抯 uh it抯 mostly panic,             718
anxiety, and a great deal of sweating.
Joey: (angrily and monotone) Any one of the
brilliant actresses nominated for this
award tonight deserves to take it home.
Unfortunately only one can. (Shakes his
head in disgust.) The nominees for Best
Supporting Actress are: from Passions: Erin
Goff. (There is applause, which Joey
disgustedly waits to die out.) From One
Life to Live: Mary Loren Bishop (They start
to applaud again, but Joey interrupts in
with the rest of the nominees), from All My
Children: Sarah McCann, and from Days of
Our Lives: Jessica Ashley. And the winner
                                              718
is?Opens the envelope)匤essica Ashley from
Days of Our Lives. (Applause) Uh,
unfortunately Jessica couldn抰 be with us
tonight, so I抣l be accepting this award on
her behalf. (Realizes something) And I抦
sure that Jessica would like to thank my
parents who always believed in me. She抎
also like to thank my friends, Chandler,
Monica, Ross, Phoebe, and Rachel, who抯
sittin?right there! (Points at Rachel.)
(The music starts and his microphone is
turned off; this angers Joey again and he
disgustedly exits.)
Joey: (angrily and monotone) Any one of the
brilliant actresses nominated for this
award tonight deserves to take it home.
Unfortunately only one can. (Shakes his
head in disgust.) The nominees for Best
Supporting Actress are: from Passions: Erin
Goff. (There is applause, which Joey
disgustedly waits to die out.) From One
Life to Live: Mary Loren Bishop (They start
to applaud again, but Joey interrupts in
with the rest of the nominees), from All My
Children: Sarah McCann, and from Days of
Our Lives: Jessica Ashley. And the winner
                                              718
is?Opens the envelope)匤essica Ashley from
Days of Our Lives. (Applause) Uh,
unfortunately Jessica couldn抰 be with us
tonight, so I抣l be accepting this award on
her behalf. (Realizes something) And I抦
sure that Jessica would like to thank my
parents who always believed in me. She抎
also like to thank my friends, Chandler,
Monica, Ross, Phoebe, and Rachel, who抯
sittin?right there! (Points at Rachel.)
(The music starts and his microphone is
turned off; this angers Joey again and he
disgustedly exits.)
Joey: (angrily and monotone) Any one of the
brilliant actresses nominated for this
award tonight deserves to take it home.
Unfortunately only one can. (Shakes his
head in disgust.) The nominees for Best
Supporting Actress are: from Passions: Erin
Goff. (There is applause, which Joey
disgustedly waits to die out.) From One
Life to Live: Mary Loren Bishop (They start
to applaud again, but Joey interrupts in
with the rest of the nominees), from All My
Children: Sarah McCann, and from Days of
Our Lives: Jessica Ashley. And the winner
                                              718
is?Opens the envelope)匤essica Ashley from
Days of Our Lives. (Applause) Uh,
unfortunately Jessica couldn抰 be with us
tonight, so I抣l be accepting this award on
her behalf. (Realizes something) And I抦
sure that Jessica would like to thank my
parents who always believed in me. She抎
also like to thank my friends, Chandler,
Monica, Ross, Phoebe, and Rachel, who抯
sittin?right there! (Points at Rachel.)
(The music starts and his microphone is
turned off; this angers Joey again and he
disgustedly exits.)

Joey: (pretending to be an announcer) And
the winner is匤oey Tribbiani! (He then gets
excited and goes over to the counter to
practice his acceptance speech using a
bottle of maple syrup as the award.)
Oh?Wow! I honestly never expected this. I     718
uh, I didn抰 prepare a speech. But umm, I抎
like to thank (Rachel enters quietly) my
parents, who抳e always been there for me.
I抎 also like to thank my friends,
Chandler, Monica, Phoebe, Rachel?
Joey: No! I抦 up for a Soapie!                 718
Joey: Okay. I got nominated for my part on
                                              718
Days of Our Lives!
Joey: Sure I do! It抯 a verb! As in, "I
                                              718
behalfin?it!"
Joey: You practice losing the Grammies too?   718

Lewis: No he抯 not! He抯 totally yanking
your chain! He抯 done this with three other    718
teachers!
Monica: Congratulations! Wow! I can抰
                                              718
believe you抮e nominated for an Emmy!
Morse: You see, that抯 why I did so bad on
this test. I抦 having a hard time
concentrating. When you抮e up there (Points
to the podium) and you抮e teaching and your    718
face gets all serious厃ou look so good. (In
a sexy voice) You wear that tight little
turtleneck sweater?
Morse: You see, that抯 why I did so bad on
this test. I抦 having a hard time
concentrating. When you抮e up there (Points
to the podium) and you抮e teaching and your    718
face gets all serious厃ou look so good. (In
a sexy voice) You wear that tight little
turtleneck sweater?
Phoebe: All right, I抳e never been engaged
and I抳e never really been married, but I
can only tell you what my mother told me.
                                              718
Whenever you have doubts or fears or
anxieties about a relationship, do not
communicate them to your husband.
Phoebe: All right, I抳e never been engaged
and I抳e never really been married, but I
can only tell you what my mother told me.
                                              718
Whenever you have doubts or fears or
anxieties about a relationship, do not
communicate them to your husband.

Phoebe: Bye! (Phoebe goes over and joins
Monica on the couch.) We said good-bye at     718
the door so as not to flaunt our new love.

Phoebe: I抦 just saying, get his number
just in case. But no: Chandler is in an
accident and can抰 perform sexually and he     718
would want you to take a lover to satisfy
the needs that he can no longer fulfill.
Phoebe: I抦 just saying, get his number
just in case. But no: Chandler is in an
accident and can抰 perform sexually and he     718
would want you to take a lover to satisfy
the needs that he can no longer fulfill.
Rachel: (coolly) Hey Jess.                    718
Rachel: (gasps) Oh my God! Oh my God!! That
is like the third most prestigious soap       718
opera award there is!

Rachel: Grammy, Best New Artist.              718


Rachel: Oh, see now I feel bad for the kid!
I had a crush on a teacher once and it was
so hard! Y択now you桰 couldn抰 concentrate
                                              718
and I blushed every time he looked at me. I
mean come on, you remember what抯 it抯 like
to be 19 and in love.
Rachel: Okay, I抦 totally cool! (She coolly
                                              718
knocks on the door)
Rachel: Well Joey, you抣l probably get it.
But you should probably start practicing
your gracious loser face. Y択now when like
the cameras are on you and you wanna look     718
disappointed, but also that your colleague
deserved to win. Y択now? So it抯 sorta
like?(Does it, you抣l have to see it.)
Rachel: Well Joey, you抣l probably get it.
But you should probably start practicing
your gracious loser face. Y択now when like
the cameras are on you and you wanna look     718
disappointed, but also that your colleague
deserved to win. Y択now? So it抯 sorta
like?(Does it, you抣l have to see it.)
Rachel: Well Joey, you抣l probably get it.
But you should probably start practicing
your gracious loser face. Y択now when like
the cameras are on you and you wanna look     718
disappointed, but also that your colleague
deserved to win. Y択now? So it抯 sorta
like?(Does it, you抣l have to see it.)
Rachel: Well of course I do! But y択now,
favorite returning character is a tough
                                              718
category Joey. I mean you抮e up against the
guy who survived his own cremation.
Ross: It-it桾he point is my natural
                                              718
charisma has made him fail his midterm.
Ross: It-it桾he point is my natural
                                              718
charisma has made him fail his midterm.
Ross: Just a high pitched intimidating
                                              718
noise.
Ross: Well we-we don抰 know for sure. But
in my head it-it sounded something like
this. (He makes a high pitched noise and
Alan doesn抰 know what to make of it.) Of
                                              718
course, this is just conjecture. Okay,
that抯 uh, that抯 all for today. (Everyone
starts to get up.) Uh Mr. Morse, can I see
you for a moment?
Ross: Well we-we don抰 know for sure. But
in my head it-it sounded something like
this. (He makes a high pitched noise and
Alan doesn抰 know what to make of it.) Of
                                              718
course, this is just conjecture. Okay,
that抯 uh, that抯 all for today. (Everyone
starts to get up.) Uh Mr. Morse, can I see
you for a moment?
Ross: Y択now what? I-I抦 not even gonna
talk about this. Okay? This little thing is
over. I know you have a girlfriend!
Okay?Ned looks shocked)梇eah! And I know
about the other professors! How do you
think that makes me feel, Ned?! You used
me! You don抰 love me and you never did!       718
(Ross turns around to make a grand exit but
runs into two colleagues.) Ah Professor
Winston, Professor Fredrickson, I抣l be
right with you. (To Ned) Don抰 make this
worse and I抣l give you a C. (To the
professors) Shall we? (They leave.)
Ross: Y択now what? I-I抦 not even gonna
talk about this. Okay? This little thing is
over. I know you have a girlfriend!
Okay?Ned looks shocked)梇eah! And I know
about the other professors! How do you
think that makes me feel, Ned?! You used
me! You don抰 love me and you never did!       718
(Ross turns around to make a grand exit but
runs into two colleagues.) Ah Professor
Winston, Professor Fredrickson, I抣l be
right with you. (To Ned) Don抰 make this
worse and I抣l give you a C. (To the
professors) Shall we? (They leave.)
Ross: 卆nd it was Ernst Muhlbrat who first
hypothesized that the Velociraptor would
expand it抯 collar and emit a high pitched     718
noise to frighten it抯 predator. (A student
raises his hand.) Yes Mr. Lewis?

Ross: 卆nd it was Ernst Muhlbrat who first
hypothesized that the Velociraptor would
expand it抯 collar and emit a high pitched     718
noise to frighten it抯 predator. (A student
raises his hand.) Yes Mr. Lewis?

Ross: 卆nd it was Ernst Muhlbrat who first
hypothesized that the Velociraptor would
expand it抯 collar and emit a high pitched     718
noise to frighten it抯 predator. (A student
raises his hand.) Yes Mr. Lewis?
The Presenter: 卛n the category of Favorite
Returning Male Character the nominees are:
John Wheeler from General Hospital
(Applause), Gavin Grant from The Young and
the Restless (Applause), Duncan Harrington
                                              718
from Passions (Applause), and Joey
Tribbiani from Days of Our Lives
(Applause). And the Soapie goes to?She
opens the envelope)匞avin Grant from The
Young and the Restless!
The Presenter: 卛n the category of Favorite
Returning Male Character the nominees are:
John Wheeler from General Hospital
(Applause), Gavin Grant from The Young and
the Restless (Applause), Duncan Harrington
                                              718
from Passions (Applause), and Joey
Tribbiani from Days of Our Lives
(Applause). And the Soapie goes to?She
opens the envelope)匞avin Grant from The
Young and the Restless!
The Presenter: 卛n the category of Favorite
Returning Male Character the nominees are:
John Wheeler from General Hospital
(Applause), Gavin Grant from The Young and
the Restless (Applause), Duncan Harrington
                                              718
from Passions (Applause), and Joey
Tribbiani from Days of Our Lives
(Applause). And the Soapie goes to?She
opens the envelope)匞avin Grant from The
Young and the Restless!
(Cassie enters from the guest room, with
her hair up. The extremely beautiful and
sexy Denise Richards is playing Cassie. Woo
hoo! For those of you who don抰 know who       719
she is, rent Wild Things and she was also
the last Bond girl in The World Is Not
Enough.)
(She lets her hair down and whips her hair
around in Baywatch-esque slow motion with a
Barry White song in the background.
                                              719
Chandler needless to say can抰 help but
stare along with the rest of the male and
lesbian population of North America.)

(She sets down her bag and we travel back
to slow motion world. She once again whips
her hair around in slow motion with the
love doctor Barry White singing in the
background. And I抎 also like to take this
                                              719
opportunity to mention that she can also be
seen in Starship Troopers and that she was
born in Downers Grove, Illinois which just
happens to be a few miles from where I
live. Anyway, Cousin Ross is now staring.)
(She sets down her bag and we travel back
to slow motion world. She once again whips
her hair around in slow motion with the
love doctor Barry White singing in the
background. And I抎 also like to take this
                                              719
opportunity to mention that she can also be
seen in Starship Troopers and that she was
born in Downers Grove, Illinois which just
happens to be a few miles from where I
live. Anyway, Cousin Ross is now staring.)


(The other woman declines.)                   719

[Scene: Monica and Chandler's, (although
its really just Monica抯 now with Matthew
Perry in rehab) Monica is folding her         719
laundry with Ross reading the paper and
Phoebe standing in the kitchen.]
[Scene: Monica and Chandler's, Monica is on
the couch writing when Chandler enters to     719
make his brief cameo.]
[Scene: Phoebe's apartment, Phoebe is
getting out linens for Cassie who is in the   719
bathroom.]
Cassie: I抣l always remember that summer,
because it抯 when I got all of these
                                              719
freckles. (She pulls her blouse open to
show him her shoulder and bra strap.)
Chandler: (transfixed) Hi! Nice to meet
                                              719
you!
Chandler: I was not staring at her. Okay? I
was just listening intently. It抯 called
                                              719
being a good conversationalist. Watch.
(Stares at Monica抯 eyes.) Say something.
Chandler: Technically we could have sex
again. What do you think, bossy and           719
domineering?!
Chandler: Well, get rid of her, obsessive
                                              719
and shrill.
Estelle: There抯 just one thing. Do you
                                              719
have a problem with full frontal nudity?
Joey: And what抯 cool is, the character is
                                              719
from Naples, right?
Joey: And-and-and-and-and the toothpicks?     719
Joey: I kn-I know! I know! Okay? And
apparently tomorrow when I go in to meet
the director I have to take off my clothes    719
so that they can see what my body looks
like.
Joey: Oh! Hey right! Not a problem. (He
starts taking off his clothes.) I totally
understand. You need to y択now make sure I
don抰 have any horrible scars or tattoos.
Don抰 you worry; I have nothing to hide.
(He drops his pants and stands, back up and
looks down.) So there you go, that抯 me.       719
(We cut to a camera angle looking at the
casting director and movie director through
Joey抯 legs.) One hundred percent natural!
(Suddenly, there抯 a thud as something
falls off.) (Everyone is shocked.) I tell
ya, that has never happened before.
Joey: The Silly Putty! It抯 not so silly
                                              719
anymore!
Joey: Well that抯 true. And I am only naked
in one scene. Plus it sounds really great.
My character抯 catholic and he falls in
love with this Jewish girl. Who run away
                                              719
together and they get caught in this big
rainstorm. So we go into this barn and
undress each other and hold each other.
It抯 really sweet and-and tender.
Joey: Yeah! Yeah sure, just so long as it抯
handled tastefully and that barn is not too   719
cold.
Monica: (to a whole group) Now, these are-
                                              719
are more realistic, but perishable.
Monica: I gotta make up the guest bedroom.
(To Ross) Hey, Cousin Cassie is coming to     719
stay with us for a few days.
Monica: Oh, just until the glue dries.        719
Monica: Okay, we have a lot of options
here, a number of prototypes for you to try   719
on.
Monica: Okay? (To a different group) Over
here we have pink suede, which is nice. But   719
umm, if it gets wet then you know it抯
gonna shrink.
Monica: She looks exactly like Aunt
                                              719
Marilyn.
Monica: Toothpick?                            719
Monica: Wafer thin ice!                       719

Monica: Well I抦 not sure yet, but umm, off
the top of my head I抦 thinking double         719
sided tape and some sort of luncheon meat.
Phoebe: And chili!                            719
Phoebe: Hey! I抳e got a great idea for
party favors for the shower. Okay, we get
some uh mahogany boxes and carve everyone抯    719
names in them and inside is everyone抯
individual birth stone.
Phoebe: I don抰 know. (Timidly) A cowboy
                                              719
theme?

Phoebe: Lusts of the flesh.                   719

Phoebe: Oh! No problem! I?(Cassie emerges
from the bathroom and we once again visit
slow motion Barry White background music
land with the sexy hair-flipping thing
going on, only this time Phoebe is            719
entranced. For more information on Denise
Richards you can visit your local library
or look her up on the Internet at her
official website at
www.deniserichards.com.)
Phoebe: Oh! No problem! I?(Cassie emerges
from the bathroom and we once again visit
slow motion Barry White background music
land with the sexy hair-flipping thing
going on, only this time Phoebe is            719
entranced. For more information on Denise
Richards you can visit your local library
or look her up on the Internet at her
official website at
www.deniserichards.com.)
Ross: Oh right. Right. Ooh, remember the
time I uh, I pinned you down and tickled
                                              719
you 憈il you cried? (She laughs) We抮e
probably too old to do that now.

The Casting Director: An Italian Catholic
                                              719
immigrant at this time would not be?

The Casting Director: So uh well, the
director is insisting that whoever play
                                              719
that part be authentically, anatomically
not Jewish. Do you know what I抦 saying?

The Casting Director: So uh well, the
director is insisting that whoever play
                                              719
that part be authentically, anatomically
not Jewish. Do you know what I抦 saying?
[Scene: Ralph Lauren, Rachel is showing
                                              720
Chandler the selection of tuxedos.]
Chandler: (trying on the jacket) Okay. Holy
double-vented comfort Batman! (Finds          720
something in the pocket) What抯 this?

Chandler: Actually, I don抰 like martinis.     720

Chandler: An invitation for the At First
Sight premiere? Oh my God! Val Kilmer
didn抰 wear this in Batman! He wore it to      720
the premiere of some tooty-fruity love
story where he played a blind guy!
Chandler: Batman has a utility belt!          720
Chandler: Oh, it抯 not just that, I would
be England抯 most powerful weapon. Jet
setting heartbreaker on her majesty抯
                                              720
secret service. A man who fears no one;
with a license to kill. (Worried.) Would
Monica let me wear this?

Chandler: The only superpower you have is a
slightly heightened sense of smell. (Hands    720
him the jacket and walks away.)

Chandler: You mean these tuxes have been
down the red carpet with people yelling,      720
"Who are you wearing?! You look fabulous!"
Joey: Okay. Okay, I totally hear ya. Oo how
about this? I vamp a little 憈il they get      720
there?
Joey: Somehow they got the idea that you
only invited them because of me. They協eel     720
a little unwanted.
Joey: Yeah! Yeah y択now, like warm up the
crowd. Ask 慹m where they抮e from. 慍ause
in Joey Tribbiani you get a minister and      720
you get an entertainer. I抦 a minis-tainer!
(Rapping) There is no-one better! There is
no-one greater!
Joey: Yeah! Yeah y択now, like warm up the
crowd. Ask 慹m where they抮e from. 慍ause
in Joey Tribbiani you get a minister and      720
you get an entertainer. I抦 a minis-tainer!
(Rapping) There is no-one better! There is
no-one greater!
Joey: Yeah! Yeah y択now, like warm up the
crowd. Ask 慹m where they抮e from. 慍ause
in Joey Tribbiani you get a minister and      720
you get an entertainer. I抦 a minis-tainer!
(Rapping) There is no-one better! There is
no-one greater!
Joey: Yeah! Yeah y択now, like warm up the
crowd. Ask 慹m where they抮e from. 慍ause
in Joey Tribbiani you get a minister and      720
you get an entertainer. I抦 a minis-tainer!
(Rapping) There is no-one better! There is
no-one greater!
Joey: Yeah! Yeah y択now, like warm up the
crowd. Ask 慹m where they抮e from. 慍ause
in Joey Tribbiani you get a minister and      720
you get an entertainer. I抦 a minis-tainer!
(Rapping) There is no-one better! There is
no-one greater!
Melissa: Oh, isn抰 a shame when one girl
ruins it for the whole bunch? (Phoebe         720
agrees by grunting.)
Melissa: Okay. (To Phoebe) Well, it was
great meeting you. And uh Rachel, I-I don抰
think I抣l be calling you (hails a cab)        720
because umm, y択now you抳e gotten weird.
(The cab pulls up.) Take care you guys.
Melissa: You have been M.I.A for the past
seven sorority newsletters, what抯 up with     720
you?!
Melissa: 卆nyway, his name is Allan and
we抳e been going out for three years. He
was my first client when I became a party
planner. He was planning a party for his      720
girlfriend at the time. Oh well. (Rachel
and Phoebe politely laugh) And he was Theta
Beta Pi at Syracuse.
Melissa: 卆nyway, his name is Allan and
we抳e been going out for three years. He
was my first client when I became a party
planner. He was planning a party for his      720
girlfriend at the time. Oh well. (Rachel
and Phoebe politely laugh) And he was Theta
Beta Pi at Syracuse.
Melissa: 卆nyway, his name is Allan and
we抳e been going out for three years. He
was my first client when I became a party
planner. He was planning a party for his      720
girlfriend at the time. Oh well. (Rachel
and Phoebe politely laugh) And he was Theta
Beta Pi at Syracuse.
Melissa: 卆nyway, his name is Allan and
we抳e been going out for three years. He
was my first client when I became a party
planner. He was planning a party for his      720
girlfriend at the time. Oh well. (Rachel
and Phoebe politely laugh) And he was Theta
Beta Pi at Syracuse.
Melissa: 卆nyway, his name is Allan and
we抳e been going out for three years. He
was my first client when I became a party
planner. He was planning a party for his      720
girlfriend at the time. Oh well. (Rachel
and Phoebe politely laugh) And he was Theta
Beta Pi at Syracuse.
Monica: All right that抯 it, I give up!
Whatever you want you can have it! You
wanna sing a song? You wanna do a dance?      720
You want your mom to stand at the altar and
scream racial slurs? I don抰 care!
Monica: All right that抯 it, I give up!
Whatever you want you can have it! You
wanna sing a song? You wanna do a dance?      720
You want your mom to stand at the altar and
scream racial slurs? I don抰 care!
Monica: All right, all right. Maybe I can
fit them in if I just do some rearranging.    720
But uh, Rachel may actually have to sit at
the bar!
Monica: Well, he did manage to keep his
                                              720
identity secret for a long time.
Monica: What are you talking about?! 007
                                              720
has all those gadgets!
Phoebe: I just wanted to see what all the
                                              720
fuss was about.
Phoebe: I like our way. Oh! (Grabs a piece
and jumps a bunch of Joey抯 like in            720
Checkers.) Chess!
Phoebe: Of course! Yeah, I was uh, umm
                                              720
Thigh Mega Tampon.
Rachel: Diane Keaton.                         720
Rachel: He plays for the Yankees.
Seriously, ESPN! Just once and a while,
have it on in the background. (Chandler       720
nods and Rachel grabs another tux) Ooh,
this one was Pierce Brosnan!
Rachel: I will not! I抦 the divisional head
                                              720
of men抯 sportswear!
Rachel: I will not! I抦 the divisional head
                                              720
of men抯 sportswear!
Rachel: Remember?! We梒ome on, we both had
the sarongs on, and we had the-the coconut    720
bikini tops?
Rachel: Well, do you want to hear what
                                              720
actually happened or Joey抯 lewd version?

Rachel: Yeah, it was senior year in
college. It was after the Sigma Chi luau
                                              720
and Melissa and I got very drunk! And we
ended up kissing! For several minutes!

Rachel: Yeah, it was senior year in
college. It was after the Sigma Chi luau
                                              720
and Melissa and I got very drunk! And we
ended up kissing! For several minutes!
Ross: That抯 right! Made expressly for Val
Kilmer and worn by him in the hit film卼hat    720
Batman film he was in.
Ross: That抯 right! Made expressly for Val
Kilmer and worn by him in the hit film卼hat    720
Batman film he was in.
Ross: That抯 right! Made expressly for Val
Kilmer and worn by him in the hit film卼hat    720
Batman film he was in.
Ross: Well that stinks. I was looking
forward to us wearing our celebrity tuxes     720
together.
(They spilt into their sexes and the girls
read Monica抯 and the guys read Chandler抯.
                                              721
The girls gasp and groan and the guys laugh
hysterically.

[Cut to Rachel listening to a phone
conversation between Chandler and Monica in   721
The One With All the Resolutions.]
[Flashback to The One With Phoebe's Uterus,
Monica is teaching Chandler how to turn a
woman on. They're in Monica and Rachel's      721
apartment and Monica has just drawn a
diagram of a woman.]
[This starts a series of flashbacks
starting with Monica and Chandler forcing
Joey to keep his new-found knowledge of       721
their secret relationship in Monica抯
bedroom in The One With All the Kips.]
Chandler: I figured I抎 buy those. Pat, I抎
                                              721
like to buy a vow. (Laughs)
Chandler: Yeah, can I get a 3-piece, some
coleslaw, some beans, and a Coke?Yelps in     721
pain as Monica grabs him underwater)桪iet
Coke.
Monica: What is it? Is there something
                                              721
fundamentally unmarriageable about me?
Phoebe: How could it not be? I mean pretty
soon they抮e gonna be having kids, and then
they抮e just gonna be hanging out with
                                              721
other couples who have kids. And then maybe
they抮e gonna have to leave the city to be
near a Volvo dealership.
(There抯 a pause as Ross gets suddenly
                                              722
flirtatious.)
(There抯 applause as Helena turns around
                                              722
and it抯 Kathleen Turner.)
(There抯 applause as Helena turns around
                                              722
and it抯 Kathleen Turner.)
[Scene: Central Perk, Phoebe is sitting on
                                              722
the couch as Joey enters strutting.]
[Scene: Joey and Rachel's, Joey is walking
from the bathroom to his bedroom and walks
past a pile of Rachel抯 laundry, which just
happens to include a selection of panties.
He stops, goes back to the basket, looks
for Rachel, picks up a lavender thong, and    722
heads for his bedroom. However, he decides
he doesn抰 like his selection and goes back
this time picking up a red low-cut silk
brief and heads for his room, flexing along
the way to prove his masculinity.]

[Scene: Joey and Rachel's, Joey is walking
from the bathroom to his bedroom and walks
past a pile of Rachel抯 laundry, which just
happens to include a selection of panties.
He stops, goes back to the basket, looks
for Rachel, picks up a lavender thong, and    722
heads for his bedroom. However, he decides
he doesn抰 like his selection and goes back
this time picking up a red low-cut silk
brief and heads for his room, flexing along
the way to prove his masculinity.]

[Scene: The Porsche, cars are whizzing by
and honking their horns on both sides very    722
quickly as Ross creeps along.]

[Scene: The Porsche, cars are whizzing by
and honking their horns on both sides very    722
quickly as Ross creeps along.]
{Transcriber抯 Note: She puts the key into
the ignition, which is on the left side of
the steering wheel. Does anyone know why
that is? It抯 a tradition left over from
Porsche抯 racing history. The world抯
greatest endurance race is the 24 Hours of
LeMans. Which is in France and runs for 24
hours straight from noon on Saturday
through the dark of night and finishes at
noon on Sunday. In the 60s LeMans had a
unique start where the drivers would
actually start the race outside of the car
and across the track. At the start of the
race, the drivers would run across the        722
track, get in the car, buckle up, start the
car, and drive off. Porsche wanted to
reduce the amount of time that took. Since
all cars to that point had the ignition
switches on the right side of the steering
wheel, that required the drivers to use
their right hand to grab the seat-belts,
put the car in gear and start it. The
driver抯 left hand did nothing. Porsche in
order to save a few seconds in a 24-hour
race; moved the ignition switches to the
left side of the steering wheel so that the
driver could start the car with his left
{Transcriber抯 Note: She puts the key into
the ignition, which is on the left side of
the steering wheel. Does anyone know why
that is? It抯 a tradition left over from
Porsche抯 racing history. The world抯
greatest endurance race is the 24 Hours of
LeMans. Which is in France and runs for 24
hours straight from noon on Saturday
through the dark of night and finishes at
noon on Sunday. In the 60s LeMans had a
unique start where the drivers would
actually start the race outside of the car
and across the track. At the start of the
race, the drivers would run across the        722
track, get in the car, buckle up, start the
car, and drive off. Porsche wanted to
reduce the amount of time that took. Since
all cars to that point had the ignition
switches on the right side of the steering
wheel, that required the drivers to use
their right hand to grab the seat-belts,
put the car in gear and start it. The
driver抯 left hand did nothing. Porsche in
order to save a few seconds in a 24-hour
race; moved the ignition switches to the
left side of the steering wheel so that the
driver could start the car with his left
{Transcriber抯 Note: She puts the key into
the ignition, which is on the left side of
the steering wheel. Does anyone know why
that is? It抯 a tradition left over from
Porsche抯 racing history. The world抯
greatest endurance race is the 24 Hours of
LeMans. Which is in France and runs for 24
hours straight from noon on Saturday
through the dark of night and finishes at
noon on Sunday. In the 60s LeMans had a
unique start where the drivers would
actually start the race outside of the car
and across the track. At the start of the
race, the drivers would run across the        722
track, get in the car, buckle up, start the
car, and drive off. Porsche wanted to
reduce the amount of time that took. Since
all cars to that point had the ignition
switches on the right side of the steering
wheel, that required the drivers to use
their right hand to grab the seat-belts,
put the car in gear and start it. The
driver抯 left hand did nothing. Porsche in
order to save a few seconds in a 24-hour
race; moved the ignition switches to the
left side of the steering wheel so that the
driver could start the car with his left
{Transcriber抯 Note: She puts the key into
the ignition, which is on the left side of
the steering wheel. Does anyone know why
that is? It抯 a tradition left over from
Porsche抯 racing history. The world抯
greatest endurance race is the 24 Hours of
LeMans. Which is in France and runs for 24
hours straight from noon on Saturday
through the dark of night and finishes at
noon on Sunday. In the 60s LeMans had a
unique start where the drivers would
actually start the race outside of the car
and across the track. At the start of the
race, the drivers would run across the        722
track, get in the car, buckle up, start the
car, and drive off. Porsche wanted to
reduce the amount of time that took. Since
all cars to that point had the ignition
switches on the right side of the steering
wheel, that required the drivers to use
their right hand to grab the seat-belts,
put the car in gear and start it. The
driver抯 left hand did nothing. Porsche in
order to save a few seconds in a 24-hour
race; moved the ignition switches to the
left side of the steering wheel so that the
driver could start the car with his left
Announcer: Ladies and gentlemen please
                                              722
welcome the incomparable Helena Handbasket!

Announcer: Ladies and gentlemen please
                                              722
welcome the incomparable Helena Handbasket!
Chandler: (resigning himself to his fate)
                                              722
Chandler. (He quickly sits down.)

Chandler: He had sex with Mr. Garibaldi!      722
Chandler: No-no all kids are embarrassed by
their parents, you抎 have to come up with a
whole new word for what I went through.
When I was in High School, he used to come
to all of my swim meets dressed as a
different Hollywood starlet. Y択now it抯
hard enough to be fourteen. You抮e skinny.
                                              722
You抮e wearing speedos桾hat your mom
promised that you would grow into! And you
look up into the stands and there抯 your
dad cheering you on dressed as Carmen
Miranda. He was wearing a headdress with
real fruit that he will later hand out to
your friends as a healthy snack!

Chandler: No-no all kids are embarrassed by
their parents, you抎 have to come up with a
whole new word for what I went through.
When I was in High School, he used to come
to all of my swim meets dressed as a
different Hollywood starlet. Y択now it抯
hard enough to be fourteen. You抮e skinny.
                                              722
You抮e wearing speedos桾hat your mom
promised that you would grow into! And you
look up into the stands and there抯 your
dad cheering you on dressed as Carmen
Miranda. He was wearing a headdress with
real fruit that he will later hand out to
your friends as a healthy snack!

Chandler: No-no all kids are embarrassed by
their parents, you抎 have to come up with a
whole new word for what I went through.
When I was in High School, he used to come
to all of my swim meets dressed as a
different Hollywood starlet. Y択now it抯
hard enough to be fourteen. You抮e skinny.
                                              722
You抮e wearing speedos桾hat your mom
promised that you would grow into! And you
look up into the stands and there抯 your
dad cheering you on dressed as Carmen
Miranda. He was wearing a headdress with
real fruit that he will later hand out to
your friends as a healthy snack!
Chandler: No-no all kids are embarrassed by
their parents, you抎 have to come up with a
whole new word for what I went through.
When I was in High School, he used to come
to all of my swim meets dressed as a
different Hollywood starlet. Y択now it抯
hard enough to be fourteen. You抮e skinny.
                                              722
You抮e wearing speedos桾hat your mom
promised that you would grow into! And you
look up into the stands and there抯 your
dad cheering you on dressed as Carmen
Miranda. He was wearing a headdress with
real fruit that he will later hand out to
your friends as a healthy snack!
Helena: (singing) For I抦 loved by a pretty
wonderful boy! (Applause.) Hello! And
welcome to the show. I see some of our        722
regulars in the audience. And a couple of
irregulars. (He starts going into the
audience.)
Helena: (to Chandler抯 back) Oh look, a
standing ovation already! So early in the
show. Oh turn around honey; let me see your   722
pretty face. (He slowly turns around.
Helena recognizes him.)
Helena: Before we go on with the show, I
just want to say to the bride and groom how
lucky they are to have found each other. In
every life, a little rain must fall.
                                              722
Fortunately, in my life?(Four guys wearing
rubber boots, shorts, hats, and nothing
else carrying umbrellas run onto the
stage.) (Singing) It抯 raining men!
Helena: Hello darlings.                       722
Helena: I feel pretty. Oh so pretty. I feel
pretty and witty and?She holds the mike out   722
to the audience.)
Helena: I抦 not very fond of New York.
Queens I like. (Noticing Monica抯 ring.)
                                              722
Ooh, what is this sparkle something! (Shows
the audience who woos.) Honey! Huh?
Helena: I抦 not very fond of New York.
Queens I like. (Noticing Monica抯 ring.)
                                              722
Ooh, what is this sparkle something! (Shows
the audience who woos.) Honey! Huh?
Helena: Well I wouldn抰 miss it for the
world. Oh! I抦 getting all misty here!         722
You抎 think I was having my legs waxed or
something. (Goes back on stage.)
Helena: Well I wouldn抰 miss it for the
world. Oh! I抦 getting all misty here!         722
You抎 think I was having my legs waxed or
something. (Goes back on stage.)
Joey: Oh yeah, he looked like a real
                                              722
lumberjack in those pink lacys.
Joey: Oh yeah, he looked like a real
                                              722
lumberjack in those pink lacys.
Joey: Pantyhose! Y択now? The way they start
at your toe and go all the way up to
here?(He mimed that and stops when he         722
realizes he went too far.) I should go take
these off shouldn抰 I?
Joey: Wow! Maybe uh, maybe you and I ought
                                              722
to get to know each other a little better.

Joey: Yeah well next thing you know, he抣l
be telling you that your high heels are       722
good for his posture!
Joey: Yeah! Much! Listen uh, not that I抦
y択now insecure about my manhood or            722
anything y択now, but I think I need to hook
up with a woman like right now.
Monica: Can we have our drinks please?!
                                              722
Waiter桿h, tress!
Monica: Chandler, we still haven抰 gotten
                                              722
an RSVP from your dad.
Monica: Whatever Ross! Just replace the
bulbs in the brake lights after you抮e         722
done.
Phoebe: I抦 just saying that only a man
completely secure with his masculinity        722
could walk around in women抯 underwear! I
don抰 think you could ever do that.
Phoebe: I抦 wearing his briefs right now.      722
Phoebe: No, it抯 not! We were just goofing
                                              722
around and I dared him to try them on.

Policeman: Do you know how fast you were
                                              722
traveling back there?
Policeman: You抮e an Aquarius, huh?            722
Rachel: God. I forgot how much I love
driving. I have got to get my license         722
renewed.
Rachel: I am not horsing around, okay? I am
                                              722
Porsching around.

Rachel: I bet you抮e a Gemini.                 722

Rachel: I think she抯 checking out your
                                              722
beehive Ross.
Rachel: Just washing the windshield. (She
turns on the wipers forcing Ross off of the   722
hood.)


Rachel: Sagittarius?                          722


Rachel: Taurus?                               722
Rachel: Virgo?                                722
Ross: (grabbing the wheel) What-what are
you doing?! Are you桹kay that抯 not funny!      722
Just stop horsing around!
Ross: Did you see the look that girl just
gave me? Huh? She must抳e seen me cruising     722
in the bad boy.
Ross: Maybe it抯 uh Sergeant Sagittarius
coming back to flirt some more! (They pull    722
over.)


The Chorus Line: Amen!                        722



The Chorus Line: Hallelujah!                  722

(Chandler and Monica both turn, take the
rings from Ross and Rachel respectively,      723
and place them on each other抯 fingers.)
(Chandler freaks out and loosens his tie.)    723
(Everyone clinks glasses and Chandler
                                              723
freaks out again.)

(Richard thrusts, misses Joey by several
feet and Joey screams in pain and drops to    723
his knees.)

[Scene: Pier 59 Studios, Joey is in costume
and standing at the craft services table.
He checks his pockets and finds some prop     723
coins in a pouch, which he replaces with
some cookies.]
[Scene: Pier 59 Studios, Joey is in costume
and standing at the craft services table.
He checks his pockets and finds some prop     723
coins in a pouch, which he replaces with
some cookies.]
[Scene: The moment we waited for has
finally arrived. It抯 time for Monica and
Chandler抯 wedding. We抳e got violins
playing Every Breath You Take, we抳e got       723
guests seated, and Chandler starts walking
down the aisle with his parents on either
arm.]
[Scene: The Movie Set, Joey and Richard are
in the middle of a scene. They are both       723
holding swords.]
[Scene: The Movie Set, Joey is reporting
                                              723
for work.]
Chandler: Big picture please! So I was in
the gift shop, and that抯 when I uh, saw
this. (He holds up a little, tiny baby
                                              723
jumper that reads I (heart) New York.)
Yeah, y択now what? I thought anything that
can fit into this, can抰 be scary.
Joey: (entering) That抯 my line! (He walks
up the aisle and to the rabbi) I can take
it from here, thanks. (To all) Dearly
beloved, I抦 sorry I抦 a little late. You
may be confused by this now, (He抯 still in
costume) but you won抰 be Memorial Day
weekend 2002. Well, let抯 get started
before the groom takes off again. Huh?
                                              723
(Monica is shocked and looks around.) We
are gathered here today, to join this man
and this woman in the bonds of holy
matrimony. I抳e known Monica and Chandler
for a long time, and I can not imagine two
people more perfect for each other. And
now, as I抳e left my notes in my dressing
room, we shall proceed to the vows. Monica?

Joey: (entering) That抯 my line! (He walks
up the aisle and to the rabbi) I can take
it from here, thanks. (To all) Dearly
beloved, I抦 sorry I抦 a little late. You
may be confused by this now, (He抯 still in
costume) but you won抰 be Memorial Day
weekend 2002. Well, let抯 get started
before the groom takes off again. Huh?
                                              723
(Monica is shocked and looks around.) We
are gathered here today, to join this man
and this woman in the bonds of holy
matrimony. I抳e known Monica and Chandler
for a long time, and I can not imagine two
people more perfect for each other. And
now, as I抳e left my notes in my dressing
room, we shall proceed to the vows. Monica?
Joey: (glances at Richard) No. Nope, I uh匢
th桰 thought it might be kind of a cool
character thing. Y択now? He抯 uh, he抯 a         723
face toucher. (Behind his back, Richard is
nodding no.)
Joey: I know! All right, I抣l see you guys
                                              723
over there! I抦 off to fight the Nazis.
Joey: I would sooner die in this hellhole
                                              723
then see her back with you!
Joey: Okay uh, look I know you抮e a great
actor, okay? And you play all those           723
Shakespeare guys and stuff?
Joey: We have to find the rest of the
                                              723
platoon!
Joey: Wow! I can抰 believe this! This is
                                              723
incredible. I mean you just won an Oscar!
Joey: Yes, that抯 the one about the
                                              723
soldiers who fight in World War I!
Joey: You may not kiss the bride. So, I
guess by the powers vested in me by the
state of New York and the Internet guys, I    723
now pronounce you husband and wife. Oh
wait! Do you take each other?
Monica: (voice on answering machine) Hi! If
you抮e calling before Saturday, you抳e
reached Monica and Chandler. But if you抮e     723
calling after Saturday, you抳e reached Mr.
and Mrs. Bing! Please leave a message for
the Bings!
Mr. Geller: And if you see Rita Moreno, let
                                              723
her know I抦 looking for her.
Mrs. Geller: Not that old crow, my mother.
(They stop and she kisses Monica on the       723
cheek.) Congratulations darling.

Phoebe: He could be in disguise, y択now.       723
Rachel: I know. At dusk. That抯 such a hard
                                              723
time for me.
Richard: Forget the platoon! The platoon is
gone! (He is spitting on the hard Ps and      723
Ts.)
Richard: Now, that can be arranged! (He
brings his sword back and drops it, causing   723
it to fly over the wall.) Slippery little
bugger!
Richard: That can be arranged.                723
Richard: That抯 what real actors do!
Annunciation is the mark of a good actor!     723
And when you enunciate, you spit! (Spits on
the t)
Richard: That抯 what real actors do!
Annunciation is the mark of a good actor!     723
And when you enunciate, you spit! (Spits on
the t)
Richard: We may not have any weapons, but
we still have food. In the basement I saw
potatoes and some dry pasta, and a few tins   723
of tuna! (Joey backs away and wipes his
face again.)
Richard: Why do have a picture of Paulette
                                              723
in your pack?!
Ross: Dad卍ad, please! As I was saying umm,
I抦 Dr. Ross Geller. Uhh, and I抦 the best
man. And uh, this marriage is doubly
special for me umm, because not only is the
groom my best friend but uh, the bride is
                                              723
my little sister. And, she抯 the greatest
sister a guy could ask for. So if you抎 all
please join me in raising a glass to the,
the couple we抮e here to celebrate.
(Everyone does so.) To the Bings.


Ross: Nice shades.                            723


Ross: Okay! You guys are getting married
tomorrow and-and I couldn抰 be more
thrilled for both of you, but as Monica抯
older brother I-I have to tell you this. If
you ever hurt my little sister, if you ever
cause her any unhappiness of any kind, I      723
will hunt you down and kick your ass!
(Chandler laughs.) What? I抦-I抦-I抦
serious! (Chandler laughs harder.)
Come桯ey! Dude! Stop it! Okay? I抦-I抦 not
kidding here!
The Rabbi: I don抰 know. Are they Greek
                                              723
Orthodox?
The Rabbi: Let us begin. Dearly beloved?      723

[Cut to Chandler sitting down near Joey as
his mom walks over. His birth mother, not
                                              801
the mother who recently visited one of
those clinics in Sweden.]

[Cut to Chandler sitting down near Joey as
his mom walks over. His birth mother, not
                                              801
the mother who recently visited one of
those clinics in Sweden.]
[Scene: The Women抯 Restroom, Rachel and
Phoebe are waiting for the outcome of         801
Rachel抯 second test.]
Bandleader: Thank you very much! Ladies and
gentlemen, it gives me great pleasure to
                                              801
introduce to you for the very first time,
Mr. and Mrs. Chandler Bing!

Chandler: (sliding up behind her) No. No, I
won抰. Do you know why I took all those
lessons? See, for the first time I didn抰      801
want you to be embarrassed to be seen on
the dance floor with some clumsy idiot.
Chandler: Bravo Dennis thanks for pleasing
                                              801
my mother so.
Joey: (clinks his glass) I抎 like to
propose a toast. To Monica and Chandler,
the greatest couple in the world. And my
best friends. Now, my when I first found
out they were getting married I was, I was
a little angry. I was like, (overly angry)
"Why God? Why? How can you take them away
from me?!" But then I thought back over all
our memories together, some happy memories.
(Does a fake laugh.) And-and there was some
                                              801
sad memories. (Starts to break down and
cry.) I抦 sorry. And-and some scared
memories梂hoa! (He jumps back, startled.)
Eh? And then, and then I realized I抣l
always be their friend, their friend who
can speak in many dialects and has training
in stage combat and is willing to do
partial nudity. (Starts to walk away, but
realizes something.) Oh! To the happy
couple!
Joey: (clinks his glass) I抎 like to
propose a toast. To Monica and Chandler,
the greatest couple in the world. And my
best friends. Now, my when I first found
out they were getting married I was, I was
a little angry. I was like, (overly angry)
"Why God? Why? How can you take them away
from me?!" But then I thought back over all
our memories together, some happy memories.
(Does a fake laugh.) And-and there was some
                                              801
sad memories. (Starts to break down and
cry.) I抦 sorry. And-and some scared
memories梂hoa! (He jumps back, startled.)
Eh? And then, and then I realized I抣l
always be their friend, their friend who
can speak in many dialects and has training
in stage combat and is willing to do
partial nudity. (Starts to walk away, but
realizes something.) Oh! To the happy
couple!
Joey: Well I抦 not proud of this, but?(He
turns around and starts to mess with his      801
eyelids.)
Joey: Wow, I抳e admired your work for
years. You-you抳e done some really amazing     801
stuff.
Little Girl: Melinda!                         801
Monica: Find some! Please! Anything that
doesn抰 say I-I died tragically in France.     801
(Joey leaves to find clothes.)
Monica: Oh sweetie, you can never embarrass
me. (Chandler grunts.) Okay, you can easily
embarrass me. But come on, it doesn抰
matter. All right? I married you! So I want
to dance on my wedding night with my          801
husband. Come on. (They go onto the floor.)
Just try not to move your feet at all.
(Chandler starts to get into the groove and
bust a move.) There you go.
Phoebe: Sneaky.                               801
Rachel: Oh. Oh. Well there you go. Whew!
(Pause) That is梩hat抯 great梩hat is really
great-great news. (Pause) Y択now 慶ause the
whole not being ready and kinda the           801
financial aspects, all that. Whew. Wow,
this is so just the way it was supposed to
be. (Starts to cry.) God.
Ross: (sexily) Yes there will. (Mona leaves
and Ross tries to find the same table.) Oh
guess what, Molly Gilbert you抳e just been
                                              801
bumped up to table one. And if it抯 all
right with you I抦 gonna take your place at
table six桵artin Clickclocken.
Ross: (sexily) Yes there will. (Mona leaves
and Ross tries to find the same table.) Oh
guess what, Molly Gilbert you抳e just been
                                              801
bumped up to table one. And if it抯 all
right with you I抦 gonna take your place at
table six桵artin Clickclocken.
Ross: I wasn抰 farting! (To Mona) Uh, a
little game from our table. (To the little    801
girl) Yes?
Ross: I抦 trying. (He strains to move his
                                              801
feet.)

Ross: Oh see, before you uh, when you
showed it to me you-you held it that way
(he turns her hand upside down) which uh,
                                              801
which was misleading. Well I抦?(He goes at
sits down at his new table and the kids
stare at him.) Hello.


Woman: Oh hi, I抦, I抦 Mona from her
                                              801
restaurant.

[Scene: Monica and Chandler's, Phoebe is
entering to see Monica sitting in front of    802
a mound of wedding gifts.]
Chandler: And I抦 the happiest guy in the
world! (Monica goes and sits down in a
                                              802
huff.) Oh honey, come on don抰 be upset. We
still have so much to look forward to!
Chandler: Hey. (He sees that Ross is
packing all of the hotel toiletries) Soaps?   802
Shampoos? Are you really taking all this
stuff?
Chandler: Not the disposable cameras from
                                              802
the tables.
Chandler: Who are you? Ansel Adams?! Get
                                              802
outta here!
Joey: (heartbroken) I understand.             802

Joey: (slow on the uptake) Oh my God!         802
Joey: (warily) Who called here? Did she
sound blond? Huh? Did-did-did she have an
accent? I gotta make a call! (Starts to       802
leave) I shoulda never walked into that
Sunglass Hut!
Joey: (warily) Who called here? Did she
sound blond? Huh? Did-did-did she have an
accent? I gotta make a call! (Starts to       802
leave) I shoulda never walked into that
Sunglass Hut!
Monica: A tiny salt shaker!!!                 802
Phoebe: Yeah. You抮e just gonna knock on
his door and change his life forever.
                                              802
You抮e like Ed McMahon except without the
big check, or the raw sexual magnetism.

Phoebe: You抮e thinking about this way too
much. Just tell him and get it over with.
It抯 like, it抯 like ripping off this Band-     802
Aid. (On her arm) Quick and painless,
watch. (Rips it off.) Oh mother of匰ee?
Ross: I抦 sorry man. (Formally dressed
people start to enter.) Here抯 a thought.
This is the same ballroom. There抯 a band.     802
There抯 gonna be plenty of dressed up
people.
Ross: Oh-oh yeah, you-you came up to me and
asked if I could do you a favor, and my
Uncle Murray came up to you and handed you
                                              802
a check. And then you said, "Why do they
call it a check? Why not a Yugoslavian?"
(Chandler laughs.) Yeah, then you did that.
Ross: Oh-oh yeah, you-you came up to me and
asked if I could do you a favor, and my
Uncle Murray came up to you and handed you
                                              802
a check. And then you said, "Why do they
call it a check? Why not a Yugoslavian?"
(Chandler laughs.) Yeah, then you did that.



Ross: Will the owner of a 1995 Buick
LeSabre please see the front desk? Your car   802
is about to be towed.


Tag: No. (Unzips his coat.) This is my red
                                              802
sweater.
(They go into the hallway and see Mr.
Treeger watching one of New York抯 bravest     803
breakdown Monica and Chandler抯 door with
an ax.]
(They go into the hallway and see Mr.
Treeger watching one of New York抯 bravest     803
breakdown Monica and Chandler抯 door with
an ax.]
[Scene: A doctor抯 office, Rachel is on an
examining table with her legs in the          803
stirrups.]
[Scene: The Atlantis Resort, Chandler and
Monica are arriving to check in, but are      803
behind the couple from before again.]

[Scene: The Atlantis Resort, Chandler and
Monica are arriving to check in, but are      803
behind the couple from before again.]
Chandler: (in the high pitched voice)
What?! (Normal voice) I am an excellent       803
secret keeper. I have kept all of our
secrets.
Joey: Monica抯 chicken parm! I抣l take care
of it. (He picks up the phone) Hey Mr.
Treeger, it抯 Joey Tribbiani. Listen, I
need to get into Monica and Chandler抯         803
apartment. It抯 an emergency. (Listens)
Uhh, gas leak! Yeah oh, and bring garlic
bread. (Hangs up.)
Joey: So it抯 noticeable huh?                  803
Monica: I抦 in love too! But in an orderly
                                              803
fashion.
Monica: No!! You have been screwing us all
                                              803
day!
Mr. Treeger: (measures the top of the
doorframe) Whoa! This looks like an all day   803
job, I抣l have to cancel my yoga class.
(Ross walks up.) Hey Ross!
Mr. Treeger: Namaste. (Bows.)                 803
Mr. Treeger: Namaste. (Bows.)                 803
Rachel: (breaking the hug) You抮e all gonna
                                              803
be aunts and uncles.
Rachel: (breaking the hug) You抮e all gonna
                                              803
be aunts and uncles.
Rachel: And I also wanted you guys to know
that I am telling the father today. (They     803
all look at her expectantly) What? What?
What?
Rachel: Oh please, you inhale your food!      803
Rachel: Uh-uh-uh, right now? Because I抳e
kinda got an el fresco situation going on     803
over here.
Ross: Evidently they do.                      803
Ross: Freaked out? Hey no, I抦 not freaked
                                              803
out! I抦 indignant! As a consumer!

Ross: Nothing. But the complaint department
at the condom company got an earful. And      803
then when I turned around she was gone.

Ross: Nothing. But the complaint department
at the condom company got an earful. And      803
then when I turned around she was gone.
(Rachel stops fast forwarding.)               804
Chandler: I don抰 know! You were a delight
to talk to. You asked all those insightful,   804
great questions.
Chandler: Ross! It抯 got your wavy black
                                              804
lines!
Chandler: So, just the ones gave back to us
and we had framed! (Slams the framed          804
invitation down onto the table.)
Chandler: The sheer volume, it was like
                                              804
flying with the Riddler!
Chandler: The sheer volume, it was like
                                              804
flying with the Riddler!
Joey: I was just outside Barcelona hiking
in the foothills of Mount Tibidabo. I was
at the end of this path and I came to a
clearing and there was a lake, very
secluded. And there were tall trees all       804
around. (Whispering) It was dead silent.
Gorgeous. (Softly) And across the lake I
saw卆 beautiful woman卋athing herself卋ut
she was crying?
Joey: I was just outside Barcelona hiking
in the foothills of Mount Tibidabo. I was
at the end of this path and I came to a
clearing and there was a lake, very
secluded. And there were tall trees all       804
around. (Whispering) It was dead silent.
Gorgeous. (Softly) And across the lake I
saw卆 beautiful woman卋athing herself卋ut
she was crying?
Joey: I was just outside Barcelona hiking
in the foothills of Mount Tibidabo. I was
at the end of this path and I came to a
clearing and there was a lake, very
secluded. And there were tall trees all       804
around. (Whispering) It was dead silent.
Gorgeous. (Softly) And across the lake I
saw卆 beautiful woman卋athing herself卋ut
she was crying?
Joey: Okay. (Clears throat) Years ago, when
                                              804
I was backpacking across Western Europe?
Joey: Y択now what? Why don抰 you just give
us our souvenirs and get the hell out of      804
here?
Monica: This is different! Greg and Jenny
                                              804
are in a relationship.

Phoebe: Excuse me, I don抰 want Greg and
                                              804
Jenny抯 rejects.

Phoebe: That was the best part? (To
                                              804
Chandler) Good honeymooning tiger.
Phoebe: You got fake numbered.                804
Rachel: (on tape) (Ross hands her a glass
of wine) I cannot believe that I did this.
Especially after Monica just went on and on
and on about it! (Mimicking Monica) "Okay
Rachel! Here are the invitations Rachel!
Now be very careful Rachel! Please,           804
drinking no liquids around the invitations
Rachel!" (She tilts her wine glass above
and moves it back and forth across the
invitations) Whoa oh! Oh-oh-oh! Oh卭h-oh-
oh?
Rachel: I heard it from my friend Irene who
                                              804
heard it from some guy!
Rachel: No please, show me how I begged
                                              804
you!
Rachel: Oh please. Okay, anyone in this
room think that I would send Ross begging     804
symbols, please show of hands. (Ross raises
his hand and no one else.)
Ross: I can show you, I have it on
videotape! (Stunned silence) It抯 an           804
expression.
[Scene: Chandler抯 Office, Bob is
                                              805
ransacking Chandler抯 office.]
[Scene: Chandler抯 Office, he抯 working at
his computer as his boss, Mr. Franklin,       805
sticks his head in.]
[Scene: Days Of Our Lives set, Joey is
doing a scene with a co-star as Rachel        805
watches on a monitor.]
Bob: I just had a meeting, I was actually
hoping to get transferred up here, but I
just found out its not gonna happen.          805
Apparently somebody thinks I抦 not eleventh
floor material. Say uh, who the hell is
this Chandler?
Chandler: No! That would be so awkward!
Look桞esides, we work in different
departments. He抯 on the sixth floor
y択now? So he calls me Toby once in a          805
while. What抯 the big deal? It could be
worse, it抯 not like he抯 calling me
Muriel. (Chandler suddenly freezes into
place.)
Chandler: Uhh yeah. Yeah, it抯 (Points down
the hall) right, right down there. (When he
has Bob looking down the hall, he turns       805
around and knocks his nameplate off of his
door.) Right there, yeah. Can I ask you
why?
Chandler: We抮e on a semi-first name basis.    805

Chandler: Y択now what you should do, just
toss 慹m in the shedder and claim you never    805
got 慹m.
Joey's Co-Star: Drake, I抳e discovered the
reason for all your headaches and memory      805
loss.
Joey's Co-Star: Not if we extract tissue
from the original host body, synthesize
antibodies, and introduce them into your      805
system, which could stop it from rejecting
the brain.
Joey's Co-Star: Not if we extract tissue
from the original host body, synthesize
antibodies, and introduce them into your      805
system, which could stop it from rejecting
the brain.
Joey's Co-Star: We would, but when we went
                                              805
to exhume Jessica抯 body, it was gone.
Monica: Hey Tim? I need a calamari and a
Caesar salad. And umm, could you get me the   805
pesto?
Monica: Hey Tim? I need a calamari and a
Caesar salad. And umm, could you get me the   805
pesto?
Monica: Uh Tim? This is Phoebe. Phoebe this
                                              805
is Tim, my new sous chef.
Mr. Franklin: But we really do need to find
someone up here. The work is starting to
pile up. I抳e got a stack of documents on      805
my desk this high. (Holds his hand at
shoulder level.)
Mr. Franklin: You抮e a joker Bing. (Walks
                                              805
away.)
Phoebe: And Tim I just wanna say, good luck
here. (Shakes his hand and leaves, which      805
disgusts Monica.)
Phoebe: Oh my God! I had the best time with
Tim last night. He is so sweet! Oh, I can抰    805
wait to get sous-neath him.
Phoebe: Well maybe he was just nervous,
y択now you can be very intimidating. And
                                              805
besides I抳e met your pastry chef and she
can stand to be taken down a peg or two.
Rachel: Hey, what do you think is a better
excuse for why I抦 not drinking on this
date tonight. "Umm, I抦 a recovering           805
alcoholic. I抦 a Mormon," or "I got so
hammered last night I抦 still a little
drunk?"
Rachel: Well, Joey probably thinks I抣l
just embarrass him. Y択now, he thinks I抦
some kind of a soap opera nut梂hich I抦
not! I抦 not. Although I do know that your
uh, your favorite ice cream flavor is         805
butter pecan. (Starts stroking his arm) And
uh, and that your-your dog抯 name is Wally.
Well look at that, I抦 just stroking your
arm.
Ross: A bit of a daredevil are we?            805

Ross: Hey, I thought I cheered you up.        805

Ross: Joey, I抦 not worried about her! I抦
worried about my baby! Whoever she dates my
                                              805
baby dates! Now-now where is this (makes
the quote-marks sign) actor taking them?

Ross: Why no, it抯 the opposite of weird.
It抯-it抯 uh, regular. It抯-it抯 uh, it抯          805
mundane. It抯 actually uh, a little dull.
Tim: Whoops. Sorry. (Looking at it, like a
newscaster) This just in. (Phoebe fake
laughs.) Oh, it抯 9-1-1 from the               805
restaurant, that means Monica needs me
right away. (Starts to leave.)
[Cut to Mona and Joey clearing the dining
room table for the grudge match between       806
Chandler and Ross.]
Ballerina: Thank you. (Pirouettes.)           806
Chandler: No way! If anything you抳e gotta
                                              806
let me win! My wife thinks I抦 a wimp!
Chandler: Oh relax man, relax. You抮e
                                              806
looking a little flushed.




Chandler: Okay. 1??桮o! (Once again he抯 at
a stalemate, but this time he抯 in pain.)      806
(Pause) I抦 gonna kill myself!

Chandler: You抎 think that would embarrass
                                              806
me, but you see I抦 maxed out.
Eric: (finds it) What a relief. It has all
the numbers of the people in her prayer       806
chain.

Eric: And we were both in the Peace Corps.    806

Eric: I am so stupid. Of course she was
lying! She抯 not a teacher. There抯 not
                                              806
such a thing as the top secret elementary
school for the children of spies.

Eric: I am so stupid. Of course she was
lying! She抯 not a teacher. There抯 not
                                              806
such a thing as the top secret elementary
school for the children of spies.
Eric: In fact when we were building houses
in Uruguay, we were, we were just two towns   806
apart and we never met.
Eric: In fact when we were building houses
in Uruguay, we were, we were just two towns   806
apart and we never met.
Eric: I抦 not smart. (Phoebe has no
comeback.) I just wanted so much to卋e         806
impulsive once. To be romantic.
Eric: Oh umm, I抦 the solar system. (He抯
wearing a black sweater with the planets
                                              806
glued on around the sun.) Yeah, my students
helped me make it桰 teach the second grade.
Eric: Oh umm, I抦 the solar system. (He抯
wearing a black sweater with the planets
                                               806
glued on around the sun.) Yeah, my students
helped me make it桰 teach the second grade.
Eric: Okay, I just slapped my future sister-
                                               806
in-law抯 ass.
Eric: Yeah, I know it sounds crazy, and
it抯 not like me to do something so             806
impulsive, but she抯 just so perfect, and
we have so much in common.
Joey: (entering) Pheebs come on! Bunny vs.
Doody! We抮e waiting! (They go inside.) (To
Chandler and Ross.) Okay. Okay guys, one
                                               806
match, winner take all. (They grasp each
other抯 hand in preparation for battle.) Oh
wait-wait! What does the winner get?
Joey: Are you kiddin? Phoebe lived on the
street. Okay? Plus, she抯 got this crazy        806
temper. She桽he抯 not standing right behind
me is she?
Joey: Exclusively.                             806

Joey: Well hey-hey if she needs any idea
for costumes, she could be a bikini model,
or a slutty nurse, or a sexy cheerleader       806
huh桹oh-ooh, Leatherface from The Texas
Chainsaw Massacre桸o-no-no! Slutty
Leatherface.
Monica: And everybody has to wear costumes.
(And there抯 general disconcertment.) Come      806
on! It抣l be fun!
Phoebe: She is lying! And I bet I can prove
it. Excuse me. (She grabs Ursula抯 purse
and starts going through it and finds some
papers.) Okay. Okay. Yeah桸ot a prayer
chain, but what looks like a detailed
drawing of a bank floor plan. (Holds up her
                                               806
nametag.) Okay, here抯 the nametag from the
restaurant where she works as a waitress!
Not a teacher, a waitress. All right,
here抯 her driver license, this oughta be
good, she always lies about this. How old
did she say she was?
Phoebe: Yeah! It抯 so much better than
first grade when you don抰 know what抯
going on and definitely better than third     806
grade. Y択now with all the politics and
mind games.
Rachel: (to the cowgirl) And you are so in
style right now. Y択now, I work at Ralph
Lauren and the whole fall line has got this   806
like equestrian theme going on. I don抰
suppose you saw the cover of British Vogue,
but?
Rachel: (to them) Just a minute!!! (She
takes the candy and opens the door to two
parents, a witch, a clown, and a cowgirl.)    806
Look at you guys! Wow! You are a very scary
witch. (Gives her candy.)
Rachel: Oh! (Opens the door to reveal a
ballerina) Well you抮e just the prettiest      806
ballerina I抳e ever seen.
Rachel: Oh! Oh! Can I give out the candy? I
really want to be with the kids right now.
                                              806
Y択now, ever since I got pregnant I-I have
the strongest maternal instincts.
Rachel: Well, I have to say that earns tutu
                                              806
pieces of candy.
Ross: Oh I抣l prove it! I抣l prove it like
                                              806
a theorem!!
Ross: Oh yeah? You抮e going further down!
                                              806
Downtown!
Ross: Oh. Yeah. (Sarcastically) Uh Chandler
let me win. No, Chandler抯 really strong.      806
Oh my arm is so sore. Oh nurse! (Waddles
over to Mona.)
Ross: Remember the Russian satellite,
Sputnik? (They all look at him.) Well, I抦
a potato or a卻pud. And these are my
antennae. (Points to the colander with an     806
old TV antenna glued on top that he抯
wearing.) So Sputnik, becomes?(They抮e
still confused) Spud-nik. Spudnik!
Ross: Remember the Russian satellite,
Sputnik? (They all look at him.) Well, I抦
a potato or a卻pud. And these are my
antennae. (Points to the colander with an    806
old TV antenna glued on top that he抯
wearing.) So Sputnik, becomes?(They抮e
still confused) Spud-nik. Spudnik!
Ross: Remember the Russian satellite,
Sputnik? (They all look at him.) Well, I抦
a potato or a卻pud. And these are my
antennae. (Points to the colander with an    806
old TV antenna glued on top that he抯
wearing.) So Sputnik, becomes?(They抮e
still confused) Spud-nik. Spudnik!
Ross: Remember the Russian satellite,
Sputnik? (They all look at him.) Well, I抦
a potato or a卻pud. And these are my
antennae. (Points to the colander with an    806
old TV antenna glued on top that he抯
wearing.) So Sputnik, becomes?(They抮e
still confused) Spud-nik. Spudnik!
Ross: Remember the Russian satellite,
Sputnik? (They all look at him.) Well, I抦
a potato or a卻pud. And these are my
antennae. (Points to the colander with an    806
old TV antenna glued on top that he抯
wearing.) So Sputnik, becomes?(They抮e
still confused) Spud-nik. Spudnik!
Ursula: Hurry up I gotta pray!!              806
(Brenda pulls a chair to the counter and
uses it to get up on the counter in order
to clean the top of the cabinets. Monica
sneaks over, bends over, and tries to see
                                             807
the stain. That doesn抰 work so she sticks
her head between Brenda抯 legs. Suddenly
Brenda changes her stance and traps
Monica抯 head between her legs.)

[Scene: Joey and Rachel's, Joey and Rachel
                                             807
are toasting her staying put.]
[Scene: Monica and Chandler's, Brenda is
shaking out the rugs on the balcony as       807
Monica pouts in the living room.]
[Scene: Monica and Chandler's, Brenda is
shaking out the rugs on the balcony as          807
Monica pouts in the living room.]
[Scene: Monica and Chandler's, Monica is
                                                807
observing the new maid, Brenda, clean.]

[Scene: Monica and Chandler's, Monica is
                                                807
observing the new maid, Brenda, clean.]
[Scene: Mrs. Verhoeven抯 Apartment, Ross is
back to inquire about the elder Verhoeven抯      807
health or lack there of.]
[Scene: Mrs. Verhoeven抯 Apartment, Ross is
back to inquire about the elder Verhoeven抯      807
health or lack there of.]
[Scene: Mrs. Verhoeven抯 Apartment, Ross is
back to inquire about the elder Verhoeven抯      807
health or lack there of.]

Brenda: Okay. (Goes over and fluffs up the
                                                807
pillows on the couch.

Chandler: I fear a jury will see it the
                                                807
same way!
Chandler: Uh honey, I know you don抰 like
                                                807
to relinquish control?
Chandler: Yes! It抯 flown into your blouse
and you抎 better undo your buttons lest it       807
sting you!
Chandler: Yes! It抯 flown into your blouse
and you抎 better undo your buttons lest it       807
sting you!
Chandler: Yes, I distinctly remember 慶ause
I thought it was a joke. Now just give her      807
a chance, okay?
Gunther: Jij hebt seks met ezels.
                                                807
(Translation: You have sex with donkeys.)

Gunther: Ezel. (Translation: Donkey)            807

Gunther: Jij spreekt Nederlands? Dat is   te
gek. Heb je familie daar? (Translation:   You   807
speak Dutch That's cool. Do you have
relatives there?)
Gunther: Jij spreekt Nederlands? Dat is   te
gek. Heb je familie daar? (Translation:   You   807
speak Dutch That's cool. Do you have
relatives there?)
Gunther: Jij spreekt Nederlands? Dat is te
gek. Heb je familie daar? (Translation: You   807
speak Dutch That's cool. Do you have
relatives there?)
Gunther: Jij spreekt Nederlands? Dat is te
gek. Heb je familie daar? (Translation: You   807
speak Dutch That's cool. Do you have
relatives there?)
Joey: (entering) Hey Ross! Listen, do you
want to go see that new Imax movie on tide    807
pools?
Joey: (entering) Hey Ross! Listen, do you
want to go see that new Imax movie on tide    807
pools?
Joey: Ahhhhhhhhhhhh? That-that-that抯
really just to show where the baby would
go. Y択now why don抰 I hold on to him so        807
that there抯 no confusion? (Takes him back,
sets him on the chair, and apologizes to
him.)
Joey: Ahhhhhhhhhhhh? That-that-that抯
really just to show where the baby would
go. Y択now why don抰 I hold on to him so        807
that there抯 no confusion? (Takes him back,
sets him on the chair, and apologizes to
him.)
Joey: Hey! Uh, this is just to give you an
idea. Okay well, we can put screens here,
(In front of the crib.) so that the baby
has privacy, and-and-and maybe a mobile       807
over the crib. And uh桹h look! Here抯 a
baby monitor (Holds it up), which until the
baby comes we can use as walkie-talkies.
Huh?
Joey: Hey! Uh, this is just to give you an
idea. Okay well, we can put screens here,
(In front of the crib.) so that the baby
has privacy, and-and-and maybe a mobile       807
over the crib. And uh桹h look! Here抯 a
baby monitor (Holds it up), which until the
baby comes we can use as walkie-talkies.
Huh?
Joey: Hey! Uh, this is just to give you an
idea. Okay well, we can put screens here,
(In front of the crib.) so that the baby
has privacy, and-and-and maybe a mobile       807
over the crib. And uh桹h look! Here抯 a
baby monitor (Holds it up), which until the
baby comes we can use as walkie-talkies.
Huh?
Monica: My pink flowered bra! I recognize
                                              807
the strap!
Monica: Oh my God! You cleaned! (Gasps)
Look at these floors! You did the windows!
                                              807
Oh, I have been begging you for months and
you did! You cleaned! And nagging works!
Monica: Oh well umm, I make it myself! It抯
two parts ammonia and one part lemon juice.   807
And now the secret ingredient is厃択now
what? We just met.
Monica: Yes! Absolutely. Okay? Look, you抣l
know it抯 mine because on the right cup,       807
the lacey part, there抯 a very noticeable
rip.
Mrs. Verhoeven's Daughter: You speak Dutch?
(In Dutch) Zeer vereerd een vriend van mijn
                                              807
moeder te ontmoeten. (Translation: I抦 very
honored to meet a friend of my mother.)

Mrs. Verhoeven's Daughter: You speak Dutch?
(In Dutch) Zeer vereerd een vriend van mijn
                                              807
moeder te ontmoeten. (Translation: I抦 very
honored to meet a friend of my mother.)

Mrs. Verhoeven's Daughter: You speak Dutch?
(In Dutch) Zeer vereerd een vriend van mijn
                                              807
moeder te ontmoeten. (Translation: I抦 very
honored to meet a friend of my mother.)

Phoebe: Yeah, me too. Not in the shaky
                                              807
angry way you are though.

Rachel: Honey, it抯 so sweet that you want
me to stay, but I-I can抰 do that to you. I    807
mean it would disrupt your entire life.


Rachel: It抯 gonna poop!                       807
Written by: R. Lee Fleming, Jr.               807

Chandler: Could you not narrate?              808
Chandler: Her ass print is still on your
grandmother抯 quilt, do you really want to     808
talk about smoking?
Chandler: Hi. (Joey blows on a noisemaker.)   808
Chandler: I can抰 believe you didn抰 tell
me! You know that the two pillars of          808
marriage are openness and honesty!
Dr. Green: (on phone, not hearing her)
卼here抯 gonna be a wedding! (Joey enters
from his room and goes to get a beer from
the fridge.) That抯 unacceptable Rachel!
What the hell does love have to do with it
anyway?! There are more important things in
a marriage other than love! (Joey hears       808
something and looks around for the source.)
卌onstantly thinking about things! You have
to think about the consequences of your
decision. (Joey finds that the sound is
coming from the phone and puts it to his
ear.)
Dr. Green: How about I order everyone the
                                              808
Moroccan chicken?
Joey: I bet Ross was in on it too. I mean
                                              808
he was conveniently busy.
Phoebe: He抯 right though, the ?4 is
                                              808
absolute piss.
Phoebe: It抯 slang for pregnant.               808
Phoebe: I抦 sorry I won抰 be able to make
it to your imaginary wedding, but I抦
really busy that day. Yeah, I already have    808
a unicorn baptism and a leprechaun bar
mitzvah.
Phoebe: I抦 sorry I won抰 be able to make
it to your imaginary wedding, but I抦
really busy that day. Yeah, I already have    808
a unicorn baptism and a leprechaun bar
mitzvah.
Phoebe: I抦 sorry I won抰 be able to make
it to your imaginary wedding, but I抦
really busy that day. Yeah, I already have    808
a unicorn baptism and a leprechaun bar
mitzvah.
Phoebe: I抦 sorry I won抰 be able to make
it to your imaginary wedding, but I抦
really busy that day. Yeah, I already have    808
a unicorn baptism and a leprechaun bar
mitzvah.
Phoebe: Oh my God!!! Monica!! He抯 the
                                              808
stripper from your bachelorette party!!
Phoebe: Oh Rachel, this is all so 慞apa
                                              808
don抰 preach.?
Phoebe: She untied his G-string with her
                                              808
teeth. (Pause) Somebody stop me!
Rachel: I mean he was possessive, he was
jealous, he could never just let the little   808
things go!
Rachel: No, it抯 Ross. It抯 Ross. You like
Ross. (He just shakes his head.) Oh daddy,
I hope you抮e okay with all of this. I mean
                                              808
think about it, this is a good thing.
You抮e gonna桾his is your first grandchild!
You抮e gonna be a poppy!
Rachel: Yes. Yes, he says I抦 damaged
                                              808
goods.
Ross: Aw forget it, it抯 from Pier One.
(There抯 an angry knock on the door.)          808
Sorry. (Goes and opens the door to an irate
Dr. Green.)
Ross: Uh that抯 an eighteenth century
                                              808
Indian artifact from Calcutta.
Ross: Uh that抯 an eighteenth century
                                              808
Indian artifact from Calcutta.
Ross: Uh that抯 an eighteenth century
                                              808
Indian artifact from Calcutta.

Stu: When they抮e hookers.                     808
(Oh, I should point out that the live
studio audience at this point goes
absolutely wild. And I had absolutely no
idea that this Will character was that
popular! Maybe they should make him the       809
seventh friend. Which would work out just
fine since he抯 already married to one of
them. Will is played by some guy named Brad
Pitt, I guess he抯 some sort of actor.)
[Scene: Monica and Chandler's, Chandler is
watching football, and it抯 actually the
right game Green Bay at Detroit (although     809
not this year抯), as Monica is getting
everything ready.]
Chandler: Everybody at my school heard it!
You were the hermaphrodite cheerleader from   809
Long Island?!
Chandler: Oh hey. I抎 shake your hand but
uh; I抦 really into the game. Plus, I think    809
it抎 be better for my ego if we didn抰
stand right next to each other.
Joey: Ah, just cut me a little sliver.
(Monica prepares to cut a little sliver.) A
little bigger. (Monica prepares to cut a
                                              809
bigger piece.) Little bigger. (Monica moves
the knife again.) What?! Are you afraid
you抮e gonna run out?! Cut me a real piece!
Joey: That抯 right! 慍ause I抦 a Tribbiani!
(To Rachel) And this is what we do! I mean
we may not be great thinkers or world         809
leaders, we don抰 read a lot or run very
fast, but damnit! We can eat!

Joey: That抯 right! 慍ause I抦 a Tribbiani!
(To Rachel) And this is what we do! I mean
we may not be great thinkers or world         809
leaders, we don抰 read a lot or run very
fast, but damnit! We can eat!

Monica: All right! Okay, it抯 just Phoebe.
Will抯 still on a diet, Chandler doesn抰
                                              809
eat Thanksgiving food, and Rachel抯 having
her aversion to poultry.
Monica: Didn抰 she walk with a cane?           809


Monica: Oh, and by the way, he抯 lost a
bunch of weight. I mean he looks goo-ood!
                                              809
Okay, I mean really, really gorgeous! (Joey
clears his throat.) I still love Chandler.
Monica: Okay. (Chandler grabs the dish from
Monica and hands it to Will who starts        809
dishing out a large helping.)
Phoebe: Noooo!! Damn you ref! You burn in
                                              809
hell!!!
Phoebe: Well it抯 only like my favorite
bay! {Actually, it抯 not bad. It just gets
                                              809
a little cold in winter, but in Wisconsin
winter only lasts from August to June. J }
Phoebe: Well the Lions technically won, but
it was a moral victory for the Green          809
Bay匨ermen.
Phoebe: Yeah! And look, (Grabs the pants)
see how they expand as the baby grows?
(There抯 a stretchy part in front.) And        809
then after the baby抯 born, they抮e great
for shoplifting melons.
Phoebe: Yeah! And look, (Grabs the pants)
see how they expand as the baby grows?
(There抯 a stretchy part in front.) And        809
then after the baby抯 born, they抮e great
for shoplifting melons.
Rachel: (reading what he wrote again) "Dear
Rach, you抮e a great person. Sorry about       809
your tiney-wienie." (Will laughs.)
Rachel: Oh no!!!! Oh my God!! This is all
making so much sense to me now! This is why
Adam Carter wouldn抰 go out with me! This      809
is why Billy Tratt would just stay in this
region! (Motions to her breasts.) (Joey has
turned around.)
Rachel: Oh no!!!! Oh my God!! This is all
making so much sense to me now! This is why
Adam Carter wouldn抰 go out with me! This      809
is why Billy Tratt would just stay in this
region! (Motions to her breasts.) (Joey has
turned around.)
Ross: As a romancer of the elderly.           809
Ross: I was working late in the library one
afternoon. It was just the two of us. She
needed some help with her word jumble. And    809
one thing led to another. If you must know,
Anita was very gentle and tender. May she
rest in peace?
Ross: I was working late in the library one
afternoon. It was just the two of us. She
needed some help with her word jumble. And    809
one thing led to another. If you must know,
Anita was very gentle and tender. May she
rest in peace?
Ross: It was no big deal. We-we卻aid that
the rumor was卼hat umm厃ou had both卪ale         809
and female reproductive parts.

Ross: Oh! Man I don抰 think I抳e seen you
                                              809
since uh, Lance Davis?graduation party.

Ross: Only when it was damp!! (To Rachel) I
can抰 believe you-you told people about
                                              809
this?! Everybody knew?! Y択now what? (To
Will) I抦 back in the club!
Ross: She didn抰 photograph well!              809
Ross: Uh actually, there-there was also
that exchange student from Thailand but I-I   809
don抰 think he-he knew what it was.
Will: Co-founded!                             809

Will: I actually know what you抮e talking
about. I抦 here to tell you something my
                                              809
friend, you can eat and eat and eat but
nothing will ever fill that void.

Will: I抦 a commodities broker.                809

Will: I抦 a commodities broker.                809
Will: Look at her standing there with those
yams! My two greatest enemies Ross: Rachel    809
Green and complex carbohydrates.
Will: Look at her standing there with those
yams! My two greatest enemies Ross: Rachel     809
Green and complex carbohydrates.

Will: Mrs. Altman? She also made out with
Takaka Ci-Kek the night before he went back    809
to Thailand.

[Scene: Joey and Rachel's, Dina and Rachel
are reading pregnancy books, Dina Pregnancy    810
for Dummies and Rachel something else.]

[Scene: Sting抯 Apartment, Phoebe has come
to talk about Jack and is waiting for          810
Sting抯 wife, Trudie Styler, to enter.]
[Scene: The Midfield Day   School, it抯 after
school and Ben is taking   a drink of water    810
as Phoebe enters.]
Bobby: Well it抯 just me    and my pal
                                               810
Rooster, the band抯 name    is Numb Nuts.

Bobby: You bet I am! (To Joey) And to
answer your earlier question, we抮e
                                               810
straight-up gangster rap. (Joey shakes his
head as if he抯 about to lose it.)

Bobby: You bet I am! (To Joey) And to
answer your earlier question, we抮e             810
straight-up gangster rap. (Joey shakes his
head as if he抯 about to lose it.)
Chandler: Now sweetie, I know you don抰
like my office parties, but you can wear       810
your new boots. See? Every cloud has
a卻upple leather lining.
Chandler: So I was right. This is what it
feels like to be right. (Pause) It抯 oddly      810
unsettling.
Chandler: Well, why don抰 you check in one
of my saddlebags while I chew on a bale of     810
hay!
Chandler: Well, why don抰 you check in one
of my saddlebags while I chew on a bale of     810
hay!
Joey: (entering, with Dina) Here she is!
                                               810
Future fashion superstar!
Joey: (to Rachel) Bub!!! (Points at her and
quiets Rachel.) (To Dina) I can抰 believe
                                              810
this! You抮e the good one! You went to
college! Both years! Who did this to you?!
Joey: No-no-no-no-no-no, not her, not her.
My youngest sister, Dina, she抯 really
interested in fashion, and she wants to       810
talk to someone successful, y択now, to give
her some advice.
Monica: Hey! Do you think that we can get
to the subway right there if we climb down    810
through the manhole cover?
Monica: Honey, I抦 not returning them.
Okay? I mean I-I know they cost a lot, but
I抦 going to wear them all the time. You抣l
                                              810
see. Besides, I love the compliments. I
mean, have you ever had something so
beautiful everyone wanted it?

Monica: I can抰 do that either! The
soles?are already a little scuffed up and     810
the insides are filled with my blood.

Monica: I can抰 do that either! The
soles?are already a little scuffed up and     810
the insides are filled with my blood.
Monica: See Chandler? I抦 getting a lot of
use out of them already! They抮e very          810
practical. See, you can wear them with
dresses, with skirts, with pants?
Phoebe: Uh-huh. Uh-huh. Umm, could-could I
get a copy of that? 慍ause Carol threw it
out, she lost ours. She抯 such a               810
scatterbrain, but man what a hot piece of
ass.
Phoebe: Wow! This place is incredible!
(Gasps) Sting抯 pen卼hat he gave to Phoebe.
(Puts the pen in her purse and goes over to
                                              810
a floor-to-ceiling bookcase) Come on!
Secret passageway! (Starts pulling books at
random as Trudie enters.)

Phoebe: Yeah! Let抯 do that!! That-that
sounds good. We should sit down and talk,
                                              810
just me, my lover Carol, and the Stings.
Umm, how-how will I get in touch with them?
Rachel: Heyyyyy! Contraceptives are not
always effective! (To Bobby and Dina)         810
Right?
Rachel: Honey, it抯 going to be okay. He抯
been incredibly supportive of me, and if he
gets a little upset; that抯 what the           810
meatball sub is for. (She gives Dina a
sandwich wrapped in aluminum foil.)

Ross: What are you reading? The Kidnappers
                                              810
Guide to Manhattan Private Schools?
Trudie Styler: (stands up) Look, I抳e just
pressed a button, triggering a silent         810
alarm. Any minute now, the police will be
here!

Trudie Styler: You must be Ben抯 mum.          810

[Scene: Ross抯 place. A locksmith hands him
                                              811
a bill.]
Chandler: It抯 the semifinals...of
                                              811
her...bocchyball (?) tournament.
Doug: Oh, yeahyeahyeahyeahyeah!! I did!
You抣l feel a hell of a lot better, and if     811
you throw it just right, you might hit a
seagull in the head.
Doug: Sorry? I finally chewed my leg out of
that bear trap. Hey, congratulations to       811
your guys though!
Doug: Tomorrow night it is, then. Uh, I
should be out of court by six. They keep
throwing these sexual harassment cases at     811
me and I kept knocking them out of the
court!
Dr. Schiff: So, are you experiencing any
                                              811
discomfort?
Dr. Schiff: So, are you experiencing any
                                              811
discomfort?
Joey: I know! (They stand there
                                              811
uncomfortably) You wanna do it?
Monica: Ok! We抣l see you tomorrow. (Doug
leaves) Just so you know, we抮e not seeing
him tomorrow. I, I cannot spend another       811
evening with that man. Remember how he
behaved at our wedding?
Phoebe: Yeah, yeah. I remember trying to
steal a cardboard cutout of Evander           811
Holyfield from the Foot Locker.
Rachel: I think that if it were a little
colder in here, I could see your nipples      811
through that sweater.
Rachel: Well, let抯 see. Uh, they gave me
Cute-Boy-Doctor today, and in the middle of   811
the exam, I put my pinkie in his chin
dimple.
Rachel: Yes, hi, I抎 like to order a pizza.
Can I ask you a question? Is, is the cute
blond guy delivering tonight? Very            811
Abercrombie and Fitch. (Joey enters) I抣l
call you back.
Ross: Hey, you were a closed book, ok?! I抦
not a mind reader!! Besides, I, I hate
those conversations. I抦 horrible at them.
                                              811
Really. Maybe, maybe I need some kind of a
gesture that says we抮e moving forward
without having to talk about it.
Ross: I know, I know! Why do you guys have
to have this conversation? I mean, no self-   811
respecting man would ask a woman, 揝o,
where抯 this going??
Ross: Wow, that is a good one. Wow, it
looks like a, like a holiday card, y択now,     811
with the tree in the middle and the, and
the skaters and the snow.
(Everything starts to go in slow motion.
Ross enters with Ben just as Phoebe starts
to cuss out the machine hysterically. Opera
                                              812
music comes out of her mouth. Ross covers
Ben抯 ears. Monica puts her hand to her
forehead and Chandler covers his ears.)
(He holds up his hand but his fingers are
stiff, like they抮e curved over a              812
joystick.)
(He holds up his hand but his fingers are
stiff, like they抮e curved over a              812
joystick.)
(He holds up his hand but his fingers are
stiff, like they抮e curved over a              812
joystick.)
[Scene: Chandler and Monica抯.    Phoebe抯
sitting on a stool and playing   the game.     812
It抯 still located between the    kitchen and
the living room.]
[Scene: The restaurant. Joey抯    on his date
                                               812
with Mabel.]
Chandler: A vending machine?                   812
Chandler: Come on. By age seven, kids have
already seen orgies. (he gets two weird        812
looks) Was it just me?
Chandler: I got good. I played this game
all day and now I rule at it. They should      812
rename it to Ms. Chandler. Although I
really hope they don抰.
Chandler: No, no, if you unplug it,
there抣l be nothing to show for my day.
It抣l be like I was at work. No - (Monica
unplugs and replugs it) Hey, look at that!     812
Look at that! It抯 still there! This
program must have some kind of primitive
wrongship (?) in it or something!
Chandler: No, no, if you unplug it,
there抣l be nothing to show for my day.
It抣l be like I was at work. No - (Monica
unplugs and replugs it) Hey, look at that!     812
Look at that! It抯 still there! This
program must have some kind of primitive
wrongship (?) in it or something!
Joey: I do. And we抮e gonna go out and have
a good time. We抮e gonna take your mind off     812
childbirth and C-sections and, and giant
baby heads stretching out -
Joey: Oh come on now, this is a real date:
Oh nice place you got there. Foosball, huh?
                                               812
Pizza box. Ah, subscription to Playboy. My
kinda woman.
Joey: Ok, well then, you don抰 judge me.
I抦 going to suck on the cellophane from        812
the brownie I had before.

Joey: Well, you can抰 tell anyone, but I
                                               812
put on a shiny lip balm.
Monica: What抯 wrong wit your hand?!           812
Rachel: All right, now don抰 judge me. I
normally wait until my date leaves, but you
                                              812
live here. (points to an aluminum foil
swan) I抦 ripping into this one.
Rachel: Oh, wow, this is shaping up to be a
pretty good date. Oh, I almost forgot. I      812
haven抰 paid the rent yet.
Rachel: Really? How come we didn抰 cross
                                              812
paths?
Rachel: Yeah, I know, it抯 really boring,
but it抯 like a big deal. Anyway, I was        812
thinking about renting Cujo some time.

Rachel: Yeah. Ooh, uh, and then afterwards,
you would take her to the Four Seasons for
                                              812
drinks. Or downtown and listen to some
jazz...Or dancing. Ooh, take her dancing!
Ross: ...I get to teach one of his advanced
classes!! Why didn抰 I get the head of the     812
department?
Ross: ...which brings us back of course, to
Gullimimus Theodophysis. [I dunno. That抯
what抯 written on the board!] (the bell        812
rings) Oh, that抯 it for today. Oh, uh,
does anyone know where the Freeman Building
is?
Ross: So is everybody here? I got here a
little early myself. Let us begin. Now the
hydrasaurus has been unearthed in two main
locations. (He comes out from behind his
desk - he抯 wearing roller skates. He          812
skates over to the map and points to the
Middle East) Here and (he turns around and
points to China) here! Well, as for the
hydrasaurs -
Ross: What?! That抯 all the way across
town. I need to teach a graduate seminar      812
there in ten minutes.
Ross: What?! That抯 all the way across
town. I need to teach a graduate seminar      812
there in ten minutes.
Written by: Sherry Bilsing-Graham and Ellen
                                              812
Plummer
[Scene: Joey and Rachel抯. He抯 eating
                                             813
Cocoa Puffs.]

[Scene: Joey and Rachel抯. Joey is eating
                                             813
Frosted Flakes.]
Chandler: (in his head) All right. This
isn抰 so bad. I like the flowery smell.       813
Which is ok because I抳e got my boat.
Chandler: Because it抯 a relaxing and
                                             813
enjoyable time.

Chandler: Do I smell essential oils?         813

Chandler: I drew my own bath, but I did it
wrong. The water抯 tepid, the salts didn抰
dissolve and there抯 now...lodged places.     813
And the scents I used don抰 compliment each
other. Eucalyptus and chamomile? Oh!

Chandler: I drew my own bath, but I did it
wrong. The water抯 tepid, the salts didn抰
dissolve and there抯 now...lodged places.     813
And the scents I used don抰 compliment each
other. Eucalyptus and chamomile? Oh!

Chandler: I drew my own bath, but I did it
wrong. The water抯 tepid, the salts didn抰
dissolve and there抯 now...lodged places.     813
And the scents I used don抰 compliment each
other. Eucalyptus and chamomile? Oh!

Chandler: I drew my own bath, but I did it
wrong. The water抯 tepid, the salts didn抰
dissolve and there抯 now...lodged places.     813
And the scents I used don抰 compliment each
other. Eucalyptus and chamomile? Oh!
Chandler: Oh, sweet lord, new realms of
                                             813
pleasure.
Chandler: The bath salts. They抮e starting
to effervesce. It抯 different...It抯           813
interesting.


Chandler: This does butch it up a bit.       813
Chandler: What do you do? You just sit
                                              813
there stewing in your own filth.
Joey: (in his head) All right. It抯 a new
day. It抯 just a crush. That抯 all. Just a
little crush. All that worrying I was
                                              813
doing, that was crazy. Crazy! Like the bird
here would say, it was cuckoo! Everything抯
going to be fine. It抯 just a crush.
Joey: Hey, look, it抯 not a big deal.
Phoebe and I talked about it. It抯 just a      813
crush. It will go away. Dude, you gotta
rearrange your bubbles. Ooh!
Monica: I know you抮e new at this, but this
                                              813
is completely unacceptable bath decorum.
Monica: It抯 a humdinger!                      813
Monica: She pulled it out of me!! She抯
like a conversational wizard. How did it      813
go?
Phoebe: How about you each get five vetoes?   813


Phoebe: Lee Majors is hot.                    813


Rachel: I couldn抰 tell you even if I
wanted to because I don抰 know!! I really
                                              813
didn抰 see anything and I don抰 wanna know!
It was just a momentary lapse.
Rachel: Oh, oh my God, our child will be
                                              813
beaten to death in the schoolyard.
Rachel: Oh. I抦 sorry. Are we having an
                                              813
eighty-nine year old? How about Dayton?
Rachel: Oh. I抦 sorry. Are we having an
                                              813
eighty-nine year old? How about Dayton?
Rachel: Veto. Sawyer.                         813
Ross: Oh I don抰 think so. You, you just
gave me Ruth so that you抎 get to name him
when it抯 a boy. And then you抣l swoop in       813
and, and name him Heath! Or Blaine! Or, or
Sequoia!
Ross: Oh I don抰 think so. You, you just
gave me Ruth so that you抎 get to name him
when it抯 a boy. And then you抣l swoop in       813
and, and name him Heath! Or Blaine! Or, or
Sequoia!
Ross: Oh. Oh. That抯 a really pretty name
                                              813
for, for...an industrial solvent.

Ross: Oh. Oh. That抯 a really pretty name
                                              813
for, for...an industrial solvent.
Ross: Rain? 揌i. Hi. My name is Rain. I
have my own kiln and my dress is made out     813
of wheat.?
Ross: Rain? 揌i. Hi. My name is Rain. I
have my own kiln and my dress is made out     813
of wheat.?
Ross: Unless you anticipated that I would
figure all this out and you know that it抯
a girl. And, and you really do want her to    813
be named Ruth! I抦 not falling for that!!
And Ruth is off the table!!

Ross: Veto.                                   813

Ross: Yeah. Why is it staring at me?
(Rachel starts to peak at the file) I think
                                              813
it knows I抦 talking about it. Don抰, don抰
you (turns around) what?!! You抮e looking!!
(Hands a pamphlet to Joey.)                   814
Chandler: I married Fred Sanford!             814

Chandler: I married Fred Sanford!             814

Chandler: Not too shabby. I got this off
myself...using my wife抯 tools. (He takes
the door off, revealing a closet packed
                                              814
tight with a bunch of miscellaneous junk.
There are baskets, a box, a globe, a shovel
and other stuff) Oh my God!!
Chandler: Well, it抯 not your fault. What
were you going to do, not take her to the
hospital? Y択now, you抮e doing nothing
wrong. Except harboring an all consuming      814
love for the woman who抯 carrying his baby.
(the card falls in) Richard, if, if, if
you抮e in there, could you pass me my
credit card?
Doctor: Contractions can be unnerving if
                                              814
you don抰 know what they are. She抯 fine.
Doctor: She抯 fine. She was experiencing
Braxton Hicks contractions, mild discomfort   814
caused by contractions.

Doctor: She抯 fine. She was experiencing
Braxton Hicks contractions, mild discomfort   814
caused by contractions.

Doctor: She抯 fine. She was experiencing
Braxton Hicks contractions, mild discomfort   814
caused by contractions.
Joey: A dreamless sleep.                      814
Joey: Easy there, Captain Kirk. Do you have
                                              814
a bobby pin?
Joey: Good. Really good. I should be ready
to kill myself any day now. (Chandler hands
him the pin) Wow, you sure found that
quick. (messes with the lock) I just wish I
didn抰 feel this way about Rachel. Ok? I       814
wish things could go back to normal. I love
living with her and oh my god, helping with
the baby is just amazing. Now I think, I
think, Ross feels
Joey: I saw this movie once where there was
this door and nobody knew what was behind
it. They finally got it open and millions
and millions and millions of bugs came        814
pouring out. They feasted on human flesh!
You know, it wouldn抰 kill you to respect
your wife抯 privacy!
Joey: Mia Hamm.                               814

Joey: Uh, you know what? (wraps the sheets
around himself) Maybe you, maybe you should
come to me. I, I抦 not wearing any bottoms.    814
(Rachel does and he places his hand on her
belly) Oh my, oh my God!
Joey: Well, uh, I wanted to have a few
beers, but I got rid of those because
Rachel couldn抰 stand the smell. So, I抳e
thrown back a lot of orange juice with        814
calcium though! (shows him the jug) And,
uh, it抯 a couple weeks past its expiration
date, so it抯, uh, it抯 got a bit of a
kick.
Joey: Well, uh, I wanted to have a few
beers, but I got rid of those because
Rachel couldn抰 stand the smell. So, I抳e
thrown back a lot of orange juice with        814
calcium though! (shows him the jug) And,
uh, it抯 a couple weeks past its expiration
date, so it抯, uh, it抯 got a bit of a
kick.
Monica: Hey, honey. So, we just got a
wedding gift from Bob and Fay Bing. They      814
don抰 like us, do they?
Monica: Oh, ok. (closes the door and
reopens it to give Phoebe her guitar) Ok.     814
Here you go.
Monica: Oh, that抯 where we keep the canned
goods. Have you forgotten everything you      814
learned at orientation?
Monica: Oh, um, Alexandra has -               814
Phoebe: How would you feel if you couldn抰
share your cooking? Or, or imagine how Ross   814
would feel if he couldn抰 teach us about
dragons.
Phoebe: Ok. Ok. But you should know,
though, I抳e raised my rates to $200 an        814
hour.

Phoebe: Po-tay-to, po-tah-to.                 814

Phoebe: Stating the obvious, but thank you.
                                              814
And it抯 not weird, is it?
Phoebe: Yeah, and it really freaked me out.
After awhile, I tried to hurt you, but it     814
just spurred you on!
Phoebe: You ask an intriguing question,
                                              814
Chandler Bing.
Rachel: Hmm...mild discomfort? I take it
                                              814
you抳e had one of those Braxton thingies?
Ross: When you beeped me, I was in the
                                              814
concession line at the movie theatre.
[Scene: Chandler and Monica抯. Chandler is
still traumatized by the video. Monica        815
comes out in the red negligee.]
[Scene: Chandler and Monica抯. Chandler is
still traumatized by the video. Monica        815
comes out in the red negligee.]
Chandler: It抯 yelling, bleeding and
                                              815
dilating!! Oh, the dilating!
Chandler: Thank you, Saint Valentine.
(Candy is screaming) Whoa, whoa, that抯 not    815
pretty.

Chandler: Y択now, it haunts me. Up til now,
the worst thing I抳e ever saw was my father
doing tequila shots off the houseboy. After   815
this, I would gladly make that my
screensaver.
Chandler: Y択now, it haunts me. Up til now,
the worst thing I抳e ever saw was my father
doing tequila shots off the houseboy. After   815
this, I would gladly make that my
screensaver.
Chandler: Y択now, it haunts me. Up til now,
the worst thing I抳e ever saw was my father
doing tequila shots off the houseboy. After   815
this, I would gladly make that my
screensaver.
Joey: Come here! Hey! Hey. That抯 Rachel.
She抯 the one who used to live here. to be
honest, I love her. I can抰 have her. I
really miss her. Well, hey, you understand,   815
right? You抮e a guy. (makes Mozzarella
stand on his hind legs) Well, you used to
be.
Joey: It抯 complicated. Uh, she was with
this other guy fro a long time. Someone
                                              815
from work too. And, uh, I could never do
that to the guy. We抮e really good friends.
Joey: Uh, that抯 Phoebe抯 friend抯 dog. I
don抰 know what his real name. I just call     815
him Mozzarella.
Joey: You wanna know what I want? I want a
lot of things. I wanna be with the woman I
love on Valentine抯 Day! And I want her to
                                              815
love me back! I want just one moment of
relief from the gut wrenching pain, but I
know now that抯 not going to happen.
Mona: Ok, Ross is too nice to say anything,
but this, this is his apartment and we
gotta have some boundaries. So why don抰       815
you just go back to your place and, and
give us some privacy?
Monica: Chandler, if you thought I was
gonna get you porn for Valentine抯 Day...
(holds out a video) You were right.
Apparently it, it抯 about a young girl who
moves to the big city in search of stardom    815
and ends up having sex with a lot of guys.
Y択now, it got four stars! Oh wait a
minute, those aren抰 stars. Hey, you want
to take a look?
Monica: Ok, big brother. (holds up two
negligees) Which one of these would make
                                              815
your little sister look better so that your
best friend would want to do it?
Monica: We have to get past this. Why don抰
we get rid of the tape and pretend like it    815
never existed?
Phoebe: Look, I know you抳e been really
depressed lately, so I brought someone over   815
to cheer you up. Right outside the door is
a real-life, furry playmate.
Ross: Aw, oh my... (takes out a box)
Saltwater taffy!!! Thanks! (he kisses her)
Y択now, it抯 interesting. Most people think
                                              815
this is made with sea water. It抯 actually
made with, uh, salted freshwater. That抯
not interesting.
Ross: Aw, oh my... (takes out a box)
Saltwater taffy!!! Thanks! (he kisses her)
Y択now, it抯 interesting. Most people think
                                              815
this is made with sea water. It抯 actually
made with, uh, salted freshwater. That抯
not interesting.
Ross: I抦, I抦 gonna, uh, I抦 gonna put the
bourbon in it at home. Anyways, seriously,    815
just, just talk to the guy. Ok? And let me
know how it goes.
The One With The Birthing Video               815
(He turns around and enjoys the melon
                                              816
stuff.)
Chandler: Let抯 set it up. I抣l just be
                                              816
over here, browsing through the personals.
Chandler: What抯 wrong with sun-dried
tomatoes? On a barbequed chicken pizza?       816
...no?
Chandler: You believe that this guy is
destined for somebody else and you抮e still    816
going to date him?
Chandler: Y択now what, I抦 going to take
you out to dinner tonight. I抳e found this
place that makes the best mozzarella sticks   816
and jalapeno poppers. No? Really? They
taste so good!
Chandler: Y択now what, I抦 going to take
you out to dinner tonight. I抳e found this
place that makes the best mozzarella sticks   816
and jalapeno poppers. No? Really? They
taste so good!
Don: So, I抳e been slowly phasing out the
wine importing and I抳e been focusing on       816
the, um, cheese. So -
Don: Uh, not really. But when it comes to
cheese, I抦 one of the people who thinks       816
the smellier the better.
Don: Well, if you really want to go, let me
know. I抳e got a little villa where you        816
could stay.
Joey: Hey, look, Ross, you need to
understand something, ok? I, uh, I am never
going to act on this Rachel thing, ok? Uh,    816
I wouldn抰 want to do anything to
jeopardize my friendship with you.
Monica: And do it soon. He just asked me
how he could convert his dollars to Vermont   816
money.
Monica: Yeah. Chandler can抰 stand it.
Yeah. He won抰 even allow me to have bleu      816
cheese in the house!
Monica: You know what I would like to do? I
would like to go to France and eat nothing
but bread and cheese. No, not even bread.
                                              816
Just cheese. No, I want the bread. Yeah.
And pastries. And pate. Oh, I抦 really not
high. It抯 just that I used to be fat.

Rachel: Oh my God! Really? Can I see it?
(Joey stands up and pulls out his sweater
                                              816
so she can see it) Huh. Wow. I wouldn抰
think Hobbes would like that so much.
Written by: Andrew Reich and Ted Cohen        816
[Scene: Chandler and Monica抯. They抮e
                                              817
organizing the cds.]

Chandler: If I can抰 find the right cd
                                              817
case, I just put it in the nearest one.


Chandler: In the James Taylor case.           817
Jim: I write erotic novels for children.      817
Jim: They抮e wildly unpopular.                 817
Joey: Yeah. All right. (he抯 about to bite
into the bagel) Whoop! I almost forgot that   817
this was on your -
Monica: Are you kidding, this is where they
get out stains! This is like Disney Land
                                              817
for me. I抦 going to be over here, watching
The Dance of the Clean Shirts.

Monica: Are you kidding, this is where they
get out stains! This is like Disney Land
                                              817
for me. I抦 going to be over here, watching
The Dance of the Clean Shirts.

Monica: Yeah. Joey, she抯, Rachel抯 got
this really big work problem. And it is a
                                              817
head scratcher. Wow, if we抮e going to make
dinner, we抮e going to have to leave!
Mr. Zelner: I抳e asked Lee from Human
Resources to be here as witness to our
conversation. If I, in any way implied that
I wanted to buy your baby, I am sorry. Last
week, when I was asking you when your due     817
date was, I certainly wasn抰 asking when I
was due your baby. And I want to be very
clear that I understand it is your baby,
and it is not mine to purchase.
Phoebe: Oh yeah, I抳e done it for years. I
actually stopped because I was so accurate.
And y択now, one of the great joys of life      817
is its, y択now, great unpredictability. And
also, tea tends to give me the trots (?).
Phoebe: Oh yeah, I抳e done it for years. I
actually stopped because I was so accurate.
And y択now, one of the great joys of life      817
is its, y択now, great unpredictability. And
also, tea tends to give me the trots (?).
Phoebe: Oh, wait a second, you guys. (turns
to look at a guy) For the last couple of
weeks, I抳e been seeing that guy everywhere    817
I go. We take the same bus, go to the same
bookstore, the same dry cleaners. It抯 the
tea guy!
Phoebe: Witty banter? Well done.              817

Rachel: I抦 going to be ok. They抮e just
happy that I抦 not suing them, that they
gave me one month extra, paid maternity
                                              817
leave. So long as I understand that this
money is not to be construed as payment for
this, or any other child that I may bear.
Rachel: Oh, yeah... (thinks) Yeah, that,
that would have been a much simpler           817
problem.
Ross: Item J4378. Color, winterberry.
(Knock, knock. He opens the door to Mona)
Hi. Um, listen, come in, come in. I抦 so,      817
so sorry about that. I抦 really, really
sorry. It抯 just I -
Ross: Mona? (He gets no reply and is about
to leave. He remembers something and gets a   817
key off the light...and immediately drops
it) Ow!!!!
Tea guy: Oh, hi. I see you everywhere. I抦
                                              817
Jim, Jim Nelson.

(Cut to Chandler and Monica at a table.
                                              818
Monica is reviewing her cards.)
(She goes offstage.)                          818
Chandler: Oh, yeah. Sure! (he opens a
cabinet) What do you need? We got lace,
                                              818
satin, satine, raffia, gingham, felt...and
I think my testicles might be in here too.
Chandler: Oh, yeah. Sure! (he opens a
cabinet) What do you need? We got lace,
                                              818
satin, satine, raffia, gingham, felt...and
I think my testicles might be in here too.

Chandler: Oh, yeah. Sure! (he opens a
cabinet) What do you need? We got lace,
                                              818
satin, satine, raffia, gingham, felt...and
I think my testicles might be in here too.

Chandler: Oh, yeah. Sure! (he opens a
cabinet) What do you need? We got lace,
                                              818
satin, satine, raffia, gingham, felt...and
I think my testicles might be in here too.

Chandler: Ooh, did he put a little starch
                                              818
in your bloomers? ...who said that?

Chandler: Ooh, did he put a little starch
                                              818
in your bloomers? ...who said that?
Chandler: Somewhere, there抯 someone with a
tranquilizer gun and a butterfly net,         818
looking for that man.
Joey: And, I got them a book on karma-sutra
                                              818
for the elderly.
Joey: Are you kidding me? Watch. (he tries
to cry, but unfortunately doesn抰 have a       818
tweezer ;) ) Well, I can抰 do it with you
guys watchin?me!!
Joey: I know. I抦 having the worst time.
There was a fifteen minute line to the
                                              818
buffet and when I finally got up to the
plates, I slipped on a giant booger!
Judy: Can we talk to you for just a moment?
(pulls them away) It, it was just a little
thing. While we think it抯 simply marvelous
that you抮e having this baby out of            818
wedlock, some of our friends are less open
minded. That is why we told them you were
married.
Judy: Can we talk to you for just a moment?
(pulls them away) It, it was just a little
thing. While we think it抯 simply marvelous
that you抮e having this baby out of            818
wedlock, some of our friends are less open
minded. That is why we told them you were
married.
Judy: Can we talk to you for just a moment?
(pulls them away) It, it was just a little
thing. While we think it抯 simply marvelous
that you抮e having this baby out of            818
wedlock, some of our friends are less open
minded. That is why we told them you were
married.
Monica: It抯 a dead dog! That抯 ChiChi. She
                                              818
died when I was in high school.
Monica: No, it抯 going to be great, really.
Mom, Dad, when I got married, the reason
that I knew I could do it was the amazing
example you set for me. For that and for so
many other things, I want to say thank you.
I know I probably don抰 say it enough, but
I love you. (pretends to wipe away a tear,
but no one抯 crying) When I look around
this room, I抦 saddened by the thought of
those who could not be with us. Nana, my
beloved grandmother who would so wanna be
here. But she can抰. Because she抯 dead. As
is our dog, ChiChi. (holds out the photo) I
mean, look how cute she is! Was. (to a man)   818
Can you do me a favor and pass this to my
parents? (hands him the photo) Remember,
she抯 dead. Her and Nana. Gone. (Jack and
Judy look at the photo) Wow! Hey, does
anyone remember when Debra Winger had to
say goodbye to her children in Terms of
Endearment? (Chandler covers his eyes) You
didn抰 see that? No movie fans!! You want
to hear something sad? Last night, on 60
Minutes, they had this thing on these
orphans in Romania who have been so
neglected that they were incapable of love!
(silence) You people are made of stone!!!
Here抯 to Mom and Dad. Whatever!
Monica: No, it抯 going to be great, really.
Mom, Dad, when I got married, the reason
that I knew I could do it was the amazing
example you set for me. For that and for so
many other things, I want to say thank you.
I know I probably don抰 say it enough, but
I love you. (pretends to wipe away a tear,
but no one抯 crying) When I look around
this room, I抦 saddened by the thought of
those who could not be with us. Nana, my
beloved grandmother who would so wanna be
here. But she can抰. Because she抯 dead. As
is our dog, ChiChi. (holds out the photo) I
mean, look how cute she is! Was. (to a man)   818
Can you do me a favor and pass this to my
parents? (hands him the photo) Remember,
she抯 dead. Her and Nana. Gone. (Jack and
Judy look at the photo) Wow! Hey, does
anyone remember when Debra Winger had to
say goodbye to her children in Terms of
Endearment? (Chandler covers his eyes) You
didn抰 see that? No movie fans!! You want
to hear something sad? Last night, on 60
Minutes, they had this thing on these
orphans in Romania who have been so
neglected that they were incapable of love!
(silence) You people are made of stone!!!
Here抯 to Mom and Dad. Whatever!
Monica: No, it抯 going to be great, really.
Mom, Dad, when I got married, the reason
that I knew I could do it was the amazing
example you set for me. For that and for so
many other things, I want to say thank you.
I know I probably don抰 say it enough, but
I love you. (pretends to wipe away a tear,
but no one抯 crying) When I look around
this room, I抦 saddened by the thought of
those who could not be with us. Nana, my
beloved grandmother who would so wanna be
here. But she can抰. Because she抯 dead. As
is our dog, ChiChi. (holds out the photo) I
mean, look how cute she is! Was. (to a man)   818
Can you do me a favor and pass this to my
parents? (hands him the photo) Remember,
she抯 dead. Her and Nana. Gone. (Jack and
Judy look at the photo) Wow! Hey, does
anyone remember when Debra Winger had to
say goodbye to her children in Terms of
Endearment? (Chandler covers his eyes) You
didn抰 see that? No movie fans!! You want
to hear something sad? Last night, on 60
Minutes, they had this thing on these
orphans in Romania who have been so
neglected that they were incapable of love!
(silence) You people are made of stone!!!
Here抯 to Mom and Dad. Whatever!
Monica: No, it抯 going to be great, really.
Mom, Dad, when I got married, the reason
that I knew I could do it was the amazing
example you set for me. For that and for so
many other things, I want to say thank you.
I know I probably don抰 say it enough, but
I love you. (pretends to wipe away a tear,
but no one抯 crying) When I look around
this room, I抦 saddened by the thought of
those who could not be with us. Nana, my
beloved grandmother who would so wanna be
here. But she can抰. Because she抯 dead. As
is our dog, ChiChi. (holds out the photo) I
mean, look how cute she is! Was. (to a man)   818
Can you do me a favor and pass this to my
parents? (hands him the photo) Remember,
she抯 dead. Her and Nana. Gone. (Jack and
Judy look at the photo) Wow! Hey, does
anyone remember when Debra Winger had to
say goodbye to her children in Terms of
Endearment? (Chandler covers his eyes) You
didn抰 see that? No movie fans!! You want
to hear something sad? Last night, on 60
Minutes, they had this thing on these
orphans in Romania who have been so
neglected that they were incapable of love!
(silence) You people are made of stone!!!
Here抯 to Mom and Dad. Whatever!
Monica: Oh, I抦 working on the big toast
for the party. Or, as I like to call it,      818
Sobfest 2002. Hey, check this out.
Monica: Uh, that抯 it. I give up. At Mom
and Dad抯 fortieth anniversary, you抮e the      818
one giving the speech.
Parker: ...a haven. A third floor paradise.
                                              818
A modern day Eden in the midst of -

Parker: ...a haven. A third floor paradise.
                                              818
A modern day Eden in the midst of -

Parker: ...a haven. A third floor paradise.
                                              818
A modern day Eden in the midst of -

Parker: ...a haven. A third floor paradise.
                                              818
A modern day Eden in the midst of -
Parker: Aces! (?)                             818



Parker: And I抦 with you! It抯 a great time
to be alive! Look at this plate bouncy
thing. (messes with it) What an inspired      818
solution to man抯 plate dispensing
problems.
Parker: And I抦 with you! It抯 a great time
to be alive! Look at this plate bouncy
thing. (messes with it) What an inspired      818
solution to man抯 plate dispensing
problems.
Parker: Massapequa. It sounds like a
magical place. Tell me about Massapequa. Is   818
it steeped in Native American history?

Parker: Massapequa. It sounds like a
magical place. Tell me about Massapequa. Is   818
it steeped in Native American history?
Parker: What a beautiful place. What a
beautiful night. I have to tell you, being
here in Event Room C, I feel so lucky. To
think of the good times that have happened
here. The birthdays, the mitzvahs, the bar
                                              818
and botts (?)! But none of that will
compare with tonight. But God, I don抰 want
to forget this. It抯 like I want to take a
mental picture of you all! (holds out his
hands) Click!
Parker: What a beautiful place. What a
beautiful night. I have to tell you, being
here in Event Room C, I feel so lucky. To
think of the good times that have happened
here. The birthdays, the mitzvahs, the bar
                                              818
and botts (?)! But none of that will
compare with tonight. But God, I don抰 want
to forget this. It抯 like I want to take a
mental picture of you all! (holds out his
hands) Click!
Phoebe: But he抯 really great though. He
has this incredible zest for life. And he
treats me like a queen. Except at night,       818
when he treats me like the naughty girl
that I am.
Phoebe: Can I, uh, get you something to
                                               818
drink? Water? Valium?
Phoebe: Really? You know the word wrong?
Everything isn抰 perfect. Everything isn抰
magical. Everything isn抰 aglow in the          818
light of a million fairies!!! They were
just brake lights, Parker!!
Phoebe: Well, so what? I like him! Have I
made fun of the people you抳e dated? Tag?
Janice? Mona? No! Because friends don抰 do
                                               818
that. But do you want my opinion? In my
opinion, your collective dating record
reads like a who抯 who of human crap!
Phoebe: You guys were right. He抯 just too
excited about everything! I抦 all for
living life, but this is the Gellers?thirty-   818
fifth anniversary. Let抯 call a spade a
spade. This party stinks!
Phoebe: Y択now, he was just embracing life.
We could all stand to be a little like         818
Parker. You know what, I am like him. I抦 a
sunny, positive person.
Rachel: ...and my veil was lace, made by
                                               818
blind Belgian nuns.
Rachel: But Ross, it wouldn抰 have been
                                               818
feasible.
Rachel: On a cliff. In Barbados. At sunset.
And Stevie Wonder sang Isn抰 She Lovely as      818
I walked down the aisle.
Rachel: Well, not at first. It was very
intricate work, and even though they lost      818
their sign, they said it was worth it.
Ross: And then we could抳e gone from the
ceremony to the reception with you in the      818
sidecar.
Ross: Then Fred Astaire singing The Way You
Look Tonight came on the sound system. And
the lights came down and I got on one knee,   818
and written across the dome in the stars
were the words 揥ill you marry me??
Ross: Uh, even if the sidecar had a, had a
windscreen so that your hair wouldn抰 get      818
messed up -
Ross: Well, there is an Arby抯 in the shape
                                              818
of a teepee.
1ST SCENE: Shows Joey & Ross throwing the
ball back and forth and remember they         819
skiped lunch but Joey wants to carry on.

2ND SCENE: Shows Joey on a TV commercial
trying to open a milk carton and it splits    819
open.

4TH SCENE: Shows The gang at Ross's old
apartment in season 2, and Joey is showing
them where he watch's a couple have sex in    819
a film he starred in as a guy who came to
fix the photocopying machine.

4TH SCENE: Shows The gang at Ross's old
apartment in season 2, and Joey is showing
them where he watch's a couple have sex in    819
a film he starred in as a guy who came to
fix the photocopying machine.
Interviewer: So according to your bio
you've done quit a bit of work before days    819
of our lives, anything that your particular
proud of?



Interviewer: Umm im just gonna go get this
                                              819
warmed up.



Interviewer: Well another thing that our
readers Always! Wanna know is how soap        819
stars stay in such great shape, do you have
some kind of a fitness regime.
Interviewer: Well another thing that our
readers Always! Wanna know is how soap        819
stars stay in such great shape, do you have
some kind of a fitness regime.
Interviewer: Well another thing that our
readers Always! Wanna know is how soap        819
stars stay in such great shape, do you have
some kind of a fitness regime.
Joey: Ahh, I don't believe in these crazy
diets you know just everything in             819
moderation.
Joey: Ahh, I don't believe in these crazy
diets you know just everything in             819
moderation.
Phoebe: Oh ok umm its P as in Phoebe H as
in hoebe O as in oebe E as in ebe B is in     819
beebe and E as in ello there mate.
Rachel: (Interrupting Joey) hi im gal pal
Rachel Green, Umm and If you want the dirt
im the one you come to, (touch's her
stomach) this might be Joey's baby who        819
knows. Im just kidding (Bends down towards
the tape recorder) Seriously gal pal Rahel
Green.
Rachel: *sigh* yea that's gonna get you
into soap opera digest, Well I (bends down)
                                              819
I would just like to say Joey truly is has
in-riched the days of our lives.
Rachel: Oh come'on we'll be there for you
the whole time. Just remember gal pal
Rachel Green. (Turns to Monica & Chandler
and puts her hands in the air) Ha Ha! Im      819
gonna be in soap opera digest and not just
in the dumb crossword puzzle. (Turns to
Joey) Seriously proud of you.
Rachel: wow I cant believe they didn't put
in the part where you said you didn't watch   819
soap opera's.
Show's Random scene's from where Joey say's
his classic line "How You Doin" When he
first tell's Rachel how to say it, and when
                                              819
he his impressing 2 girls with "his"
porsha, and when he tells Janine and when
Joey say's it to Rachel's sister
(Rachel points to them for emphasis.)         820
[Scene: Ross and Rachel抯. Rachel抯
                                              820
cramming.]
Chandler: (quickly) Triskaidekaphobia.        820

Chandler: Bogota.                             820

Chandler: Treasure of the Sierra Madre!       820

Chandler: Well, Joey, I抦 a headhunter. I
hook up out of work Soviet scientists with    820
rogue[?] third world nations. Hi, Rasputin!

Chandler: Well, Joey, I抦 a headhunter. I
hook up out of work Soviet scientists with    820
rogue[?] third world nations. Hi, Rasputin!

Chandler: Well, Joey, I抦 a headhunter. I
hook up out of work Soviet scientists with    820
rogue[?] third world nations. Hi, Rasputin!
Joey: (gameshow host voice) All right,
                                              820
let抯 play Bamboozled!

Joey: A wise choice. How many rungs?          820

Joey: All right. Ross, you抮e in the lead.
Would you like to take another question or    820
spin the Wheel of Mayhem?
Joey: Excellent. Let抯 play Bamboozled.
You抣l go first. What is the capital of        820
Colombia?
Joey: I should know that. (searches through
the book) Let抯 see... just one moment
please. Um, here, we go. A Wicked Wango       820
card determines whether you go higher or
lower.
Joey: In what John Houston film would you
hear this line? 揃adges, we don抰 need no       820
stinking badges.?
Joey: In what John Houston film would you
hear this line? 揃adges, we don抰 need no       820
stinking badges.?
Joey: It抯 揵ah-GO-tah? but close enough.
Now you can either pass your turn to Ross,    820
or pick a Wicked Wango card.
Joey: Ok. What do you have a fear of it you
suffer from this phobia? Triska- Hold cow,
                                              820
that抯 a big word. Trisk -. Seriously, look
at this thing, Chandler.
Joey: Super Speedy Speed Round.               820
Joey: What抯 too complicated? You spin the
Wheel of Mayhem to go up the Ladder of
Chance, where you go past the Mud Huts,       820
through the Rainbow Ring, to the Golden
Monkey and yank its tail, and boom, you抮e
in Paradise Park.

Joey: Which monarch has ruled England the
                                              820
longest?

Joey: Which monarch has ruled England the
                                              820
longest?
Joey: Who invented bifocals?                  820
Monica: Ok. I will. Mrs. Green, Mrs. Green.
(they follow her into the hall) It is rude
to leave a party without saying goodbye to
the host. And also, when someone apologizes
                                              820
to you, the decent thing to do is to accept
it. What I did to you wasn抰 on purpose,
but what you抮e doing to me now is just
plain spiteful.
Phoebe: Nothing. You have apologized to her
like one thousand times and she has been
nothing but horrible to you. Ok, you have     820
thrown her daughter a lovely, albeit,
boring, shower. And she hasn抰 even thanked
you for it.
Rachel: Check if it抯 wet. Check if it抯
                                              820
hungry. Burp it!
Rachel: Clothed, dry, on its back and no
                                              820
loose covers.
Rachel: Eight weeks. I love my mother, but
                                              820
oh my God, a long lunch with her is taxing.
Rachel: Mrs. Kay, oh my, she was sweet! She
taught me Spanish. Actually, I think I        820
remember some of it. 揟u madre es
loca.?[Your mother is crazy.]
Rachel: Mrs. Kay, oh my, she was sweet! She
taught me Spanish. Actually, I think I        820
remember some of it. 揟u madre es
loca.?[Your mother is crazy.]
Rachel: Ohh. It dispenses clean diapers.      820


Ray: There抣l be women in bikinis holding
                                              820
up the scores.

Ray: Uh, Joey, didn抰 your agent give you
the revised rules? We抳e eliminated all        820
that. No wheels, no cards.

Ross: (excited) A Play Doh barber shop?       820

Ross: All right then. (gets up) (gameshow
host voice) Rachel Green, let抯 play
                                              820
Bamboozled! How do you test the temperature
of the baby抯 bath water?

Ross: Benjamin Franklin!                      820

Ross: It抯 ok, every first time mother
feels that way. You, you抮e going to pick
it up. You will. Look, when you first came    820
to the city, you were this helpless,
spoiled little girl who still used her
daddy抯 credit cards.
Ross: Look at you. You抮e this big
executive. You are more capable than you
                                              820
give yourself credit for. I have no doubt
you抮e going to an incredible mother.
Ross: That抯 another issue. The point is,
when the baby comes, I will be there to
feed her and bathe her and change her. And    820
more than that, I want to do all those
things.
Ross: Wait a minute. I believe I am
entitled to use my Angel Pass for a free      820
turn?
Ross: Y択now what, Mrs. Green, maybe it
isn抰 absolutely vital, letting you live       820
with us.
Sandra: Darling, that抯 a breast pump.         820
Sandra: I know. My daughters told me about
it when they received their impromptu        820
invitations a month ago.
Sandra: Look at that face. Just like
whenever you were in high school. If I
didn抰 know better, I抎 say you were a
cheerleader in trouble. Come, let抯 get
some tea. (she helps Rachel up) Whew, my,    820
look at that. Only three weeks to go. Now,
have you picked your nanny yet? I don抰
want you to just use your housekeeper.
That抣l split her focus.
Sandra: Remember Twinkles?                   820
Sandra: Ross, all those dinosaur
knickknacks you have. I thought they might   820
be more at home in the garage.
(She holds out an orangey-red stuffed
                                             821
dinosaur.)
[Scene: Ross and Rachel抯. Their place is
                                             821
now cluttered with baby stuff.]
Chandler: Also, I was the point person for
my company抯 transition from the GL5 to the   821
KL6 systems.
Chandler: And people say you don抰 pay
attention. No, this is a much better job.
It抯 the vice president of the company that   821
does data reconfiguration and statistical
factoring for other companies.

Chandler: And people say you don抰 pay
attention. No, this is a much better job.
It抯 the vice president of the company that   821
does data reconfiguration and statistical
factoring for other companies.

Chandler: And people say you don抰 pay
attention. No, this is a much better job.
It抯 the vice president of the company that   821
does data reconfiguration and statistical
factoring for other companies.

Chandler: Hi Phoebe, Fatty.                  821

Chandler: I think that you抣l find if I
come to work here, that I don抰 micro-        821
manage. I don抰 shy away from delegating.
Food critic: I抦 torn. Between my dignity
and my desire for a beating. But I must be    821
honest. Your soup is abysmal.
Joey: Man, this is bad. And I抳e had my
share of bad reviews. I still remember my
first good one though. 揈verything in this     821
production of Our Town was simply terrible.
But Joey Tribbiani was abysmal [extremely
bad.]?
Joey: When you say use, do you mean as a
                                              821
precooking snack?

Katie: I can tell you work out. (Ross is
flattered and Rachel is about to laugh) A
                                              821
paleontologist who works outs. Like Indiana
Jones.

Katie: Listen, to be honest, home
deliveries aren抰 really part of my job        821
description.
Katie: Oh, no, no, I抦 fascinated by
paleontology. Have you read the new Walter    821
Alvarez book?
Molly: We抮e all beginners here, nobody
                                              821
knows what they抮e doing.
Monica: No. He teaches a food criticism
course at the New School, so, before we go
to the movies, I抦 going to go by there and
make him try my bouillabaisse again. Uh, I    821
cannot wait to read the front page of the
Post tomorrow. 揜estaurant Reviewer Admits,
I Was Wrong About Monica.?
Monica: No. He teaches a food criticism
course at the New School, so, before we go
to the movies, I抦 going to go by there and
make him try my bouillabaisse again. Uh, I    821
cannot wait to read the front page of the
Post tomorrow. 揜estaurant Reviewer Admits,
I Was Wrong About Monica.?
Monica: No. He teaches a food criticism
course at the New School, so, before we go
to the movies, I抦 going to go by there and
make him try my bouillabaisse again. Uh, I    821
cannot wait to read the front page of the
Post tomorrow. 揜estaurant Reviewer Admits,
I Was Wrong About Monica.?
Monica: No. He teaches a food criticism
course at the New School, so, before we go
to the movies, I抦 going to go by there and
make him try my bouillabaisse again. Uh, I    821
cannot wait to read the front page of the
Post tomorrow. 揜estaurant Reviewer Admits,
I Was Wrong About Monica.?
Monica: Um, they both have a egg yolk and
butter base, but [???] has shallot, [???],    821
and most importantly, tarragon.
Monica: Um, they both have a egg yolk and
butter base, but [???] has shallot, [???],    821
and most importantly, tarragon.
Mr. Tyler: So, let抯 talk a little bit
                                              821
about your duties.
Phoebe: Oh my God. Well, the idea of a
woman flirting with a single man, we must     821
alert the church elders!
Rachel: No, I抦 not! I, I just think it抯
wrong. I mean, here I am, about to pop, and   821
there he is, picking up some salesgirl at
Sluts 慠?Us?
Rachel: No, I抦 not! I, I just think it抯
wrong. I mean, here I am, about to pop, and   821
there he is, picking up some salesgirl at
Sluts 慠?Us?
Rachel: No, no, no, no, no. Just - I抦,
                                              821
just because, I抦 such a good messer.
Rachel: No, you don抰 understand. You don抰
                                              821
see how brazen she was.
Rachel: Of course you did, Ross. You would
date a gorilla if it called you Indiana       821
Jones.
Rachel: Yes. And not because I want you to
go out with me, because I don抰 want you to
go out with anybody. Ok? I know it抯
terrible to think this, I know that this is
                                              821
totally inappropriate, but I want you to be
at my constant beckoned call twenty-four
hours a day. I抦 very sorry, but that is
just the way I feel.
Ross: But the good news is that no one in a
                                              821
two block radius will ever know.
Teacher: All right, let抯 start with the
basics. Can anyone tell me what the           821
difference between upstage and downstage
is?
Teacher: All right, let抯 start with the
basics. Can anyone tell me what the           821
difference between upstage and downstage
is?
Teacher: All right, let抯 start with the
basics. Can anyone tell me what the
                                              821
difference between upstage and downstage
is?

(He ponders that math problem for a
                                              822
moment.)
(Rachel takes a look at the booklet.)         822
(They commence kissing.)                      822
Chandler: And then there was that dialect
coach who was helping you for the play
where you needed a southern accent. After     822
twenty hours of lessons, it still came out
Jamaican.
Chandler: And then there was that dialect
coach who was helping you for the play
where you needed a southern accent. After     822
twenty hours of lessons, it still came out
Jamaican.
Chandler: It抯 just so glamorous.              822
Chandler: I抦 sorry. I抦 so sorry. (points)
Look, this guy fell asleep. He fell asleep
                                              822
too, be mad at him!! (the guy doesn抰 look
so good) Or, call an ambulance.
Chandler: Two, three years of rent,
                                              822
utilities, food.
Dr. Long: Actually, there are things you
could do. Just some home remedies. In my     822
experience, I抳e found that some of them
are very effective.
Dr. Long: Ok. An herbal tea you can drink.
You could take some castor oil. There抯       822
eating spicy food.
Dr. Long: Ok. An herbal tea you can drink.
You could take some castor oil. There抯       822
eating spicy food.
Everyone: Oh. yeah [suttle laughing]         822
Joey: Hey, what about the scene with the
                                             822
kangaroo? Did you, did you like that part?
Joey: I know, i   coming soon to a theatre
near you, im in   THX, im unsuitable for     822
children!
Joey: I know, i   coming soon to a theatre
near you, im in   THX, im unsuitable for     822
children!

Joey: What the hell are you talking about?
(bad Jamaican accent) The south will rise    822
again, man!


Joey: Whoa, give me some specifics.          822

Joey: Would you mind crouching down a
little bit so I look taller? (Chandler       822
does.) There you go.
Joey: Yeah yeah its already generating
                                             822
oscar buzz.
Joey抯 Character Whose Name I Forgot: I
thought I knew who the enemy was, but it     822
was you all along.
Monica: Hey, just because he paid for your
headshots, you抮e going to take him? I, I
                                             822
don抰 think you抮e comprehending just how
slutty this dress is!
Monica: Somebody抯 snoozing. Uh, Joey, not
that this should affect you at all, but if   822
you pick me...I was planning to wear a
sequin dress, cut down to here.
Monica: Well, y択now, Ross didn抰 care
enough to be here, so I think he抯 out. You    822
snooze, you lose.
Phoebe: Oh, I, I, I don抰 know about that.
Anyway, if you two had sex, the               822
repercussions could be catastrophic.
Phoebe: Oh, I, I, I don抰 know about that.
Anyway, if you two had sex, the               822
repercussions could be catastrophic.
Rachel: I don抰. But I would still like to
be acknowledged. What, just because I抦        822
pregnant, I抦 invisible?
Rachel: No, but she did give us some ideas
                                              822
on how to induce labor.
Rachel: Oh, whoa, what, Ross, you抮e not
going to [???]? How on earth will you ever
annoy me? Oh wait a minute, know. (snores)
I mean, you抎 think the damn jalapeno would    822
have cleared up your sinuses, but nooo.
That抯 not enough. (He suddenly grabs her
and kisses her) Hey!

Rachel: Well, obviously, I won抰 be able to
come. For those of you who haven抰 checked     822
your calendars, today抯 my due date!
Rachel: Were you this irritated?              822
Ross: Come on, finish your enchilada.         822
Ross: Nothing, it抯 just, uh, you抳e been a
little short with me lately. I抦 not trying    822
to irritate you.
Ross: Try one of these peppers. (he gives
it to Rachel, who eats it with no problem)
Oh, so hot. Hot... Oh... (rubs eyes) By the   822
way, you don抰 wanna touch the pepper and
then touch your eye.
(Cut to Phoebe at the elevators. A guy in a
wheelchair with his right leg in a cast is    823
there waiting.)
(Ross and Rachel stare at her in
                                              823
horror...so does the transcriber.)
(Ross tangles up the stirrups as he gets
                                              823
off the bed.)
(Ross tucks Rachel in while Sick Bastard
                                              823
sits on a chair and stares at them.)


(She starts messing with a tray of
                                              823
instruments, which includes a stethoscope.)

(She starts messing with a tray of
                                              823
instruments, which includes a stethoscope.)
(She starts wheeling herself towards the
                                              823
desk.)
[Scene: A hall with vending machines.
Phoebe gets a Sprite while Joey shakes the    823
snack machine.]
[Scene: Outside room 816. Joey is telling
                                              823
Phoebe all Cliff抯 stats.]
[Scene: Room 816. Phoebe and Cliff are
                                              823
eating pudding.]
[Scene: The hospital registration desk.
                                              823
Ross wheels in Rachel.]



Chandler: Maybe it抯 perfect. We have a lot
of time to kill and we抮e in a building        823
that抯 full of beds!



Chandler: So I guess Ferdinand is out.        823
Cliff: November 16, 1968.                     823
Cliff: Well, uh, if you must know, I抦 a
                                              823
widower.
Dr. Long: It抯 the baby抯 buttocks. She抯
                                              823
breech.
Dr. Long: It抯 the baby抯 buttocks. She抯
                                              823
breech.
Dr. Long: Well, you抮e only dilated two
centimeters and you need to get to ten, so    823
it might take awhile.
Guy: Clifford Burnett.                        823
Janice: Can I just say, I really admire
what you抮e doing, just raising her all        823
alone.
Janice: Hi. Hi, sweetheart. This is my
husband, Sid. I don抰 think you抳e met.
Ross, Rachel, this is Sid. I nabbed him a     823
year ago at the dermatologist抯 office
where I go for adult acne.
Janice: Hi. Hi, sweetheart. This is my
husband, Sid. I don抰 think you抳e met.
Ross, Rachel, this is Sid. I nabbed him a     823
year ago at the dermatologist抯 office
where I go for adult acne.
Janice: Hi. Hi, sweetheart. This is my
husband, Sid. I don抰 think you抳e met.
Ross, Rachel, this is Sid. I nabbed him a     823
year ago at the dermatologist抯 office
where I go for adult acne.
Janice: Oh, this is easy. I have a very
                                              823
wide pelvis. You remember, Chandler.
Joey: I know, but just to be on the safe
side, Dr. Wells wanted a more comprehensive   823
overview of your status and he sent me.

Joey: I know, but just to be on the safe
side, Dr. Wells wanted a more comprehensive   823
overview of your status and he sent me.
Joey: I抦 a doctor, Cliff, not a
                                              823
mathematician.
Joey: Rachel抯 having her baby!!... (Dr.
Drake voice) Which is of no interest to me,   823
as a neurologist. Uh...
Joey: You do attract some stinkers.           823

Judy: Honestly, Ross, this isn抰 just some
girl that you picked up in the bar            823
and...humped. A child should have a family.
Julie: If you have any questions or need
                                              823
anything at all, just holler.
Monica: Oh, mister! (lays down on the bed)
Fertilize me! (they commence making out.
Then they hear this weird cry that sounds     823
something like a sheep baa-ing.) Is that
Janice?
Monica: Oh, mister! (lays down on the bed)
Fertilize me! (they commence making out.
Then they hear this weird cry that sounds     823
something like a sheep baa-ing.) Is that
Janice?
Monica: Ok, ok. Making me sterile, but ok.
(They start making out on the bed) That抯
right. (starts unbuttoning her shirt) Oh,     823
wait, do we have a condom? ...Oh, that抯
right.
Phoebe: Down, please. (He tries to press
it, but the cast is sticking out and in the   823
way) I hate to be a ball buster, but can I
just do it?
Phoebe: It抯 a long story and it抯 really
embarrassing. let抯 just say that there was    823
a typographical error on a sex manual. How
about you?
Phoebe: Relax, it抯 not like we抮e forking.     823
Rachel: Oh, not bad. You know that feeling
when you抮e trying to blow a Saint Bernard     823
through your ass?
Rachel: Ok, ok, wait. Listen to me. Listen
to me. Since I have been waiting, for
women, that抯 for, one centimeter more than
I am dilated, have come and gone with their
babies. I抦 next. It抯 my turn. It抯 only
                                              823
fair!! If you bring in one more woman and
she has her baby before me, I抦 going to
sue you! (the nurse looks a bit scared) Not
this hospital, I抦 going to sue you! And my
husband, he抯 a lawyer.
Rachel: Ugh, stupid metric system.            823
Registration Lady 2: I抦 sorry. That
information is restricted to hospital         823
standards.
Registration Lady 2: I抦 sorry. That
information is restricted to hospital         823
standards.
Ross: The doctor said this is all
completely normal and plus, you抮e sleep       823
deprived.
Ross: Um, Delilah.                            823

(Rachels talking with the nurse and trying
                                              901
to feed Emma)

(Scene: Continues from the season finale,
shows Joey walking over to the chair to get   901
Rachel tissues when the ring falls out of
Ross' jacket pocket.)
Chandler: I am so tired (Monica starts
                                              901
kissing him) Ya ok but no foreplay.
Chandler: I just want you to know what you
                                              901
witnessed in there that wasn't for fun
Chandler: if you clear things up with
Rachel, Ross never needs to find out but      901
you have to do it now before he finds out
about it and kicks your arse.
Jack: but pleasure is important, and it
helps if the woman has an orgasm, you up to   901
the task sailor?
Jack: woah woah woah I don't think so arent
                                              901
you ovulating?
Jack: your right your right, this is about
your positions, now what I say in the
closet is not the optimum position for        901
conceiving a child although it might feel
good.
Jack: your right your right, this is about
your positions, now what I say in the
closet is not the optimum position for        901
conceiving a child although it might feel
good.
Joey: it wasn't my ring it fell out of
Ross' jacket and when I knelt down to pick    901
it up Rachel thought I was proposing.
Joey: were not peaking (walks off behind
                                              901
him)
Joey: yea look Rach, theres something I
                                              901
gotta tell ya.
Monica: I still cant believe my dad say us
having sex he didn't make it to one of my     901
piano recitals but this he sees.
Nurse: are you ready to try nursing again     901
Nurse: why don't we try massaging the
                                              901
breast to stimulate the flow.
Phoebe: oh please just before when you was
asleep in the lounge that Armenian family
was watching you instead of the TV. Oh that   901
reminds me that Mr. Hagmini still has my
Gameboy.
Phoebe: oh what beautiful Luke warm
                                              901
sentiment.
Rachel: nurse look shes pulling away again,
do you think my nipples are too big for her   901
mouth.
Rachel: yea. Hi Emma, hey why do you think
                                              901
she wont take my breast.
Ross: (paus and looks at her) I am a
doctor!!!!, you know what im just gonna go    901
and talk to Rachel myself
Ross: aaa dad Emma's in the nursery ill
take now if you want, (to Rachel) but I       901
really wanna talk to you
Scene: (Jack is standing outside the closet
                                              901
passing pamphlets under the door)

(Ross goes crazy and goes to punch him but
Joey gets out the way and he punch's his
hand against the poll, Note* the audience
                                              902
scream like crazy! - Ross then screams from
the pain and turns to Gunther and Gunther
has a huge smile on his face.)



                  #NULL!                      902



Chandler: but only because I was up all
night worried about this meeting, aint that
funny, irony not a fan alright (he sits
down) see heres the thing I went home and     902
told my wife about Tulsa and she wont go
see me I love Tulsa, Tulsa is heaven, Tulsa
is Italy please don't make me go there.
Chandler: no no no! look Carol can I call
you Carol?(pause) why would I when your
name is Ellane, oh what a great picture of
your son, strapping (pause) that's a          902
picture of your daughter isnt it, well shes
lovely I like a girl with a strong jaw. I
call you from Tulsa
Chandler: no no Ross & Rachel will be back
soon and then I gotta go to the office        902
(pulls a balloon out of his mouth) am I
producing them?
Chandler: umm mam do you have a minute?
(She points for him to come in) I kind of     902
have some bad news I don't think I can move
to Tulsa.
Joey: occupation? Dinosaurs                   902

Ms. McKenna: The numbers we are seeing New
York, Chicago & London. Are consistently
                                              902
solid but many of our officers have
reported disappointing fields.

Ms. McKenna: The numbers we are seeing New
York, Chicago & London. Are consistently
                                              902
solid but many of our officers have
reported disappointing fields.

Ms. McKenna: The numbers we are seeing New
York, Chicago & London. Are consistently
                                              902
solid but many of our officers have
reported disappointing fields.

Ms. McKenna: The numbers we are seeing New
York, Chicago & London. Are consistently
                                              902
solid but many of our officers have
reported disappointing fields.

Ms. McKenna: The numbers we are seeing New
York, Chicago & London. Are consistently
                                              902
solid but many of our officers have
reported disappointing fields.
Ms. McKenna: Then problem solved Chandler
will be running our office in Tulsa your      902
gonna love Oklahoma.
Ms. McKenna: Then problem solved Chandler
will be running our office in Tulsa your      902
gonna love Oklahoma.
Rachel: oh know you guys just stay here, im
gonna go check her dipper, pheebs you wanna   902
come
Rachel: that is right and traditionally the
daddy is supposed to give them mummy a        902
present but I am prepared to let that go.

Rachel: that is right and traditionally the
daddy is supposed to give them mummy a        902
present but I am prepared to let that go.
Rachel: the burping clogs?                    902
Rachel: The dippers?                          902
Rachel: you are the official baby crier
                                              902
stopper
Rachel: you know what I cant even worry
about that right now, cause I got the
cuttie little baby, oh I cant believe how     902
much I love her, I cant get enough of her,
like right now I miss her I actually miss
her.
Ross: ok lets put aside that you
"accidentally" picked up my grandmothers      902
ring and you "accidentally" proposed to
Rachel
Ross: why does it look like im having
trouble with my misshapen claw. (hands Joey   902
the form)

Ross: YOU DUCKED!!                            902

Ross: you know what you can go I just have
to fill out some forms (trys to hold the      902
pen but cant)
Scene: (Chandler keeps drifting off to
                                              902
sleep at his meeting)
[INTRO]                                       903
Chandler: Can I just say how much I
appreciate you coming with me. When we get
to Tulsa I'm taking you for a great dinner    903
at 'Slim Pickings'. 'So Cheesy'? 'Whole
Hog'? It's going to be tough to keep Kosher
in Tulsa.
Chandler: Diagnostician or boo-boo fixer?     903

Chandler: Does he say that before he sticks
                                              903
his thermometer in your touchy?
Chandler: No, 'Slim Pickings', it's a
barbecue restaurant. They're looking for a
cook. Actually 'cook' may be a bit of a       903
stretch. They're looking for someone to
shovel mesquite.
Chandler: Okay, our news. My company has
asked me to head up our office in Tulsa ,     903
so as of Monday I'm being officially
relocated.
Chandler: Slim Pickings.                      903


Chandler: Slim Pickings.                      903
Dr. Gettleman: (To a patient) I think you
just have a cold, it's definitely not         903
Strep.
Dr. Gettleman: Would you like a lollypop?     903
Everyone: (Ad-lib hellos)                     903
Girl: (Reading a book) Mommy, I can't find
                                              903
Waldo.

Joey and Phoebe: (Ad-lib good-byes) (Phoebe
                                              903
leaves)

Joey: I'm mad at you for leaving! You're
nothing but a big leaver. Big leaver with a   903
stupid suitcase.
Joey: Wait a minute, you can't go to Tulsa.
Maybe you forgot, but we've got tickets to    903
the Jets game next week.
Mike: I always wanted to play piano
professionally, and I figured if I don't do   903
this now, I never will.
Mike: I'm sorry, really, I'm so
embarrassed. Really, I'm a pretty nice guy.
                                              903
Just ask my parole officer...Apparently I'm
not a funny guy.
Monica: Honey, that's okay. I actually know
this woman, Nancy, who's a restaurant biz     903
head-hunter. Maybe she'll know of
something.
Monica: Well, if you really think about it,
I mean four days is not that long. I mean,
I see you Monday before you go to work, and
I see you Thursday when you get back, and I
                                              903
always work late on Tuesdays, so really if
you think about it, it's really just one
day. And well, if we can't make it one day,
we've got real problems my friend.
Phoebe: Joey, this is Mary Ellen Jenkins.
So, Mike, how do you and Joey know each       903
other anyway?
Phoebe: Of course not! And you're gonna
love Mary Ellen. She's really smart and
cute and funny, and I can't tell you how I    903
know this, but she' not opposed to
threesomes. So tell me some about my guy.

Phoebe: Well, like acoustic folksy stuff.
You know? But right now I'm working on a      903
couple 'Iron Maiden' covers.

Phoebe: Well, like acoustic folksy stuff.
You know? But right now I'm working on a      903
couple 'Iron Maiden' covers.

Phoebe: Yeah... All right, well that rules
                                              903
out Lana Titweiller

Phoebe: You know, it's so surprising that
you and Joey have known each other for so     903
long and I've never heard about you.
Rachel: Thank you Joey. You know what? I'm
                                              903
not even sure I can have caffeine.
Rachel: What? What, do you mean you're not
feeling well? What do you have? Is it         903
Rubella? Because don't go near Emma, she
has not had that shot.
Rachel: Yeah well, not anymore I can't. He
fired us! What are we gonna do? We have to
find a pediatrician. Wait wait, Monica said   903
that when you guys were growing up, you
really liked your doctor. What was his
name?
Ross: He's a brilliant diagnostician!         903

Ross: I went thru this with Ben and Carol.
                                              903
One cup of coffee won't affect your milk.

Sally: Hi, I'm Sally. So, no ring. Can I
                                              903
assume you are also a single parent?

TRANSCRIBED BY: Ane B. J.                     903
Chandler: everything's great, just watching
some regular television there, what a
pleasant surprise. (She hugs him, and she
knows what he was doing so she looks at the   904
TV and sees sharks swimming around thinking
Chandler was giving himself a treat to
sharks.)
Chandler: well, well, well it must be five
                                              904
in Tulsa because it's six o clock IN NY.C!
Hayley: excuse me?                            904
Joey: oh and you know what you should bring
the black see-through teddy with the          904
attached garters. (Nods)
Joey: yeah but she should remember sleeping
                                              904
with me I am very memorable, you guys know.
Mike: Ok, unless you're not gonna try to
                                              904
get me to join a cult are you?
Mike: that is so wrong and on top of that
                                              904
his a glue sniffer.
Monica: Hey Rach its me ok I just got the
Chandler's room and I caught him molesting    904
himself.
Monica: Honey look we can do something
else, do you want me to get into the tub      904
and thrash.

Monica: Joey I am not going to objectify
woman with you (looks at the woman) but if    904
her face is as nice as her ass woah mamma.

Monica: Joey I am not going to objectify
woman with you (looks at the woman) but if    904
her face is as nice as her ass woah mamma.

Monica: Oh well this is the only one they
had at our video store, but they did have
                                              904
something called crocodile killers. Or does
it always have to be sharks?
Monica: what means if he gets like a
disease or kills someone?not if he gets his   904
jollys to jaws!
Phoebe: (Walks towards Ross) If you hadn't
just had a baby with my best friend I swear
                                              904
to Lucifer a raber dog would be feasting on
your danglers RIGHT NOW!
Phoebe: (Walks towards Ross) If you hadn't
just had a baby with my best friend I swear
                                              904
to Lucifer a raber dog would be feasting on
your danglers RIGHT NOW!

Phoebe: (Walks towards Ross) If you hadn't
just had a baby with my best friend I swear
                                              904
to Lucifer a raber dog would be feasting on
your danglers RIGHT NOW!
Phoebe: well there is no Vicrum, Ross made
him up because I never really have been in
a long-term relationship, I've never lived
with a guy, and I've never even celebrated
an anniversary so?(Pause) if that's too
weird for you and you wanna leave I totally   904
understand. In fact I'll close my eye's
make it less awkward (She sits with her
eyes closed and Mike kisses her, Phoebe
opens her eyes and like a little child
says? You kissed me.
Phoebe: would you call this girl? (Puts on
a crying act) thanks-fo-r-a-love-ly-even-     904
ing
Phoebe: yeah I've nothing to be ashamed of
ok so I haven't been in a relationship that
lasted longer then a month. Ok I haven't
had a real boyfriend you know if he can't
handle that he can leave?which he will and
                                              904
that's ok?so I'll just be alone forever you
know alright I'll be?it'll be fine?it'll be
fine?I'll go walking tours with widows and
lesbians. Oh (takes a deep breath and sits
down, knock on the door)

Phoebe: yeah I've nothing to be ashamed of
ok so I haven't been in a relationship that
lasted longer then a month. Ok I haven't
had a real boyfriend you know if he can't
handle that he can leave?which he will and
                                              904
that's ok?so I'll just be alone forever you
know alright I'll be?it'll be fine?it'll be
fine?I'll go walking tours with widows and
lesbians. Oh (takes a deep breath and sits
down, knock on the door)
Phoebe: you know maybe this is a wake up
call, about your whole dating attitude.
Your in your thirty's and you've never had
a serious relationship and you have never
been in a long term relationship, here you    904
go from woman to woman, meaningless
experience to meaningless experience never
even worrying that it doesn't tern into
anything serious.
Rachel: Ah! You know what honey guys are
just different, they like things that we
can't understand, you know I once dated
                                              904
this guy who wanted to pretend he was an
archeologist and I was a naughty cave woman
that he unfroze from a block of ice.
Rachel: Ah! You know what honey guys are
just different, they like things that we
can't understand, you know I once dated
                                              904
this guy who wanted to pretend he was an
archeologist and I was a naughty cave woman
that he unfroze from a block of ice.
Ross: but you, your so much better off you
just go from guy to guy having fun and        904
never worrying that it terns into anything
serious.
Ross: of course she has?if she'd never had
a serious relationship I'd go round           904
broadcasting it like some unstoppable
moron.
Ross: of course she has?if she'd never had
a serious relationship I'd go round           904
broadcasting it like some unstoppable
moron.
Ross: We are a rare breed.                    904
Ross: yes, yes I did?and I will also say
what I'm about to say Vis-?vis the
following Phoebe has never had a serious      904
relationship since her?super-serious
relationship with?Vicrum.
Scene: (Joey is back at Hayleys Apartment)    904
So this is going pretty good?dinner was
nice, got a lot in common?(Sees a magazine)
Victoria's secret huh we even like the same
books. (Walks over to a painting on the
wall) Oh now there's a scary painting?wait
a minute I think I've been scared by that
painting before. (Looks around) You know
what this whole place look familiar I have
                                              904
definitely been in this apartment I know
I've seen this weird plant before (it's a
cactus and he touch's it) AWCH! It did that
the last time. Oh my god, I've gone out
with this girl before yeah we had sex on
this couch and then on that chair and no?no
we didn't do it hear which is weird because
it seems like a perfectly good place.
Chandler: (backs away) Alright, the truth
is, I soiled myself during some               905
turbulences.
Chandler: (backs away) Alright, the truth
is, I soiled myself during some               905
turbulences.
Chandler: (Enters. Talking to self) Okay,
something to cover the smell ... Oven         905
cleaner! (sprays himself, reads label)
Unscented!
Chandler: (shrinks back) Right. You know
what? Actually I just got off the plane, so   905
I'm feeling kinda gross. Maybe I should
just take a shower.

Chandler: I always liked you, Ken. (Takes a
                                              905
cig)

Chandler: I suppose that Monica will have
                                              905
the ... manipulative shrew.
Chandler: No! I just happen to know a lot
of trivia about smoking in different
                                              905
states. For example, in Hawaii cigarettes
are called leihalalokos.
Chandler: Oh yeah, that's what she says.
But maybe you're not ovulating at all,        905
maybe it's just a clever ruse to get me
into bed.
Chandler: Well, don't believe everything
you hear, Ken. But yeah, that's true.
Alright, let's get started by taking a look
at last quarter's figures. (Claudia, next     905
to Chandler, lights a cigarette.) Ah,
Claudia, aren't you supposed to blow smoke
up the bosses' ass?
Joey: (mumbling) Never hit a woman. Never
                                              905
hit a woman.
Joey: Oh, uh, again. Can I make a special
request? Can you bring everything as soon     905
as it's ready? Appetizers, entrees, we
don't care.
Joey: Thank you. Waiter! All right, this is
gonna be fast, so try to keep up. Risotto
with the shaped truffels and the roasted
                                              905
rip steak with the golden ??? and a
Bordelaise sauce, unless any of that stuff
I just said means snails.
Joey: Thank you. Waiter! All right, this is
gonna be fast, so try to keep up. Risotto
with the shaped truffels and the roasted
                                              905
rip steak with the golden ??? and a
Bordelaise sauce, unless any of that stuff
I just said means snails.

Monica: Oh sure, now you're Mister
Sensitivity. But when you wanted to have      905
sex right after my uncle's funeral...
Monica: We don't have much time. Once the
                                              905
egg decends into the ovaries ..
Monica: Yes smokie, that is what it was. I
                                              905
just can't get enough.
Phoebe: (getting up) Oh, for god's sake,
(shouting) Judy, pick up the sock! Pick up
the sock! Pick up the sock! (everybody
stares) I'm sorry, was that rude? Di-did
my, my li-little outburst blunt the
hideousness that is this evening? Look, I
                                              905
know, you all have a lot going on, but all
I wanted to do was have dinner with my
friends on my birthday. And you are all so
late and you didn't even have the courtesy
to call. (her phone rings) Well, it's too
late now.
Phoebe: (getting up) Oh, for god's sake,
(shouting) Judy, pick up the sock! Pick up
the sock! Pick up the sock! (everybody
stares) I'm sorry, was that rude? Di-did
my, my li-little outburst blunt the
hideousness that is this evening? Look, I
                                              905
know, you all have a lot going on, but all
I wanted to do was have dinner with my
friends on my birthday. And you are all so
late and you didn't even have the courtesy
to call. (her phone rings) Well, it's too
late now.
Phoebe: (Putting on "higher class" way of
speaking.) Yes, they are expected             905
presently. Yeah, yeah um, their arrival is
in the offing.
Phoebe: (Putting on "higher class" way of
speaking.) Yes, they are expected             905
presently. Yeah, yeah um, their arrival is
in the offing.
Phoebe: Are you kidding? The woman has the
nose of a bloodhound ... and the breasts of   905
a great goddess... (Has odd smile.)
Phoebe: Joseph! (To waiter) Thou needn't
                                              905
worry, they shan't be long.
Phoebe: Joseph! (To waiter) Thou needn't
                                              905
worry, they shan't be long.
Phoebe: 'kay, see you there. Happy humping!
(outside, meets Chandler.) Hey...hey!
(Sniffs) Oh, wow, somebody smoked out here?   905
Oh my god, don't people know, you're not
allowed to smoke in public spaces?

Phoebe: Oh, I love you guys too, but Mike
got off work early. Wait. Wait, I'm not the
kind of girl that just ditches her friends    905
to be with her boyfriend. You know what? I
am. Bye guys! (waves to the bar) Judy! Bye.
Phoebe: Ohh. Oh wait! (Jis) you guys won't
                                              905
be late for my dinner, will you?
Phoebe: Okay, fine, I'll move. Alright, you
don't have to manhandle me. (gets up)         905
Where? Okay. Thank you. .
Phoebe: Tomato tart and which of the pastas
                                              905
would you recommend?
Phoebe: Wow, so glad I changed. Almost wore
my threadbare robe that can't contain my      905
breasts.
Phoebe: Wow, so glad I changed. Almost wore
my threadbare robe that can't contain my      905
breasts.


Rachel: Oh, ooh, everything looks
delicious. What should I ha-ave? What         905
should I have?


Rachel: She spit up. Judy! She spi...Judy!
                                              905
Look alive, Judy! Thank you.

Rachel: What if she jumped out the basinet?   905

Rachel: You guys ever heard the story about
                                              905
when Ross's mom went to the beauty salon?
Ross: A pigeon, a pigeon. No, no wait, no,
no, an eagle flew in! Landed on the stove
and caught fire. The baby, seeing this,
jumps across the apartment to the mighty
bird's aid. The eagle, however,
misconstrues as an act of aggression and      905
grabs the baby in its talons. Meanwhile the
faucet fills the apartment with water. Baby
and bird still ablaze are locked in a death
grip, swirling around in the whirl pool
that fills the apartment.
Ross: A pigeon, a pigeon. No, no wait, no,
no, an eagle flew in! Landed on the stove
and caught fire. The baby, seeing this,
jumps across the apartment to the mighty
bird's aid. The eagle, however,
misconstrues as an act of aggression and      905
grabs the baby in its talons. Meanwhile the
faucet fills the apartment with water. Baby
and bird still ablaze are locked in a death
grip, swirling around in the whirl pool
that fills the apartment.
Ross: A pigeon, a pigeon. No, no wait, no,
no, an eagle flew in! Landed on the stove
and caught fire. The baby, seeing this,
jumps across the apartment to the mighty
bird's aid. The eagle, however,
misconstrues as an act of aggression and      905
grabs the baby in its talons. Meanwhile the
faucet fills the apartment with water. Baby
and bird still ablaze are locked in a death
grip, swirling around in the whirl pool
that fills the apartment.
Ross: A pigeon, a pigeon. No, no wait, no,
no, an eagle flew in! Landed on the stove
and caught fire. The baby, seeing this,
jumps across the apartment to the mighty
bird's aid. The eagle, however,
misconstrues as an act of aggression and      905
grabs the baby in its talons. Meanwhile the
faucet fills the apartment with water. Baby
and bird still ablaze are locked in a death
grip, swirling around in the whirl pool
that fills the apartment.
Ross: A pigeon, a pigeon. No, no wait, no,
no, an eagle flew in! Landed on the stove
and caught fire. The baby, seeing this,
jumps across the apartment to the mighty
bird's aid. The eagle, however,
misconstrues as an act of aggression and      905
grabs the baby in its talons. Meanwhile the
faucet fills the apartment with water. Baby
and bird still ablaze are locked in a death
grip, swirling around in the whirl pool
that fills the apartment.
Ross: A pigeon, a pigeon. No, no wait, no,
no, an eagle flew in! Landed on the stove
and caught fire. The baby, seeing this,
jumps across the apartment to the mighty
bird's aid. The eagle, however,
misconstrues as an act of aggression and      905
grabs the baby in its talons. Meanwhile the
faucet fills the apartment with water. Baby
and bird still ablaze are locked in a death
grip, swirling around in the whirl pool
that fills the apartment.
Ross: A pigeon, a pigeon. No, no wait, no,
no, an eagle flew in! Landed on the stove
and caught fire. The baby, seeing this,
jumps across the apartment to the mighty
bird's aid. The eagle, however,
misconstrues as an act of aggression and      905
grabs the baby in its talons. Meanwhile the
faucet fills the apartment with water. Baby
and bird still ablaze are locked in a death
grip, swirling around in the whirl pool
that fills the apartment.
Ross: A pigeon, a pigeon. No, no wait, no,
no, an eagle flew in! Landed on the stove
and caught fire. The baby, seeing this,
jumps across the apartment to the mighty
bird's aid. The eagle, however,
misconstrues as an act of aggression and      905
grabs the baby in its talons. Meanwhile the
faucet fills the apartment with water. Baby
and bird still ablaze are locked in a death
grip, swirling around in the whirl pool
that fills the apartment.
Ross: Hey, you only heard Monica's side of
                                              905
that. That little fatso was a terror.
Ross: No! No, you know what? (closes the
door) You're not going back in there, the     905
baby's fine, now scram. Yeah, tell your
story walking.
Ross: Oh, (door is locked) Holy moly, are
                                              905
we in a pickle now.

Ross: You know, I think that's a good idea.
Our babysitter just pounded down another      905
Chardonnay. Bye, you guys.

Ross: You know, I think that's a good idea.
Our babysitter just pounded down another      905
Chardonnay. Bye, you guys.
Ross's Mom: I understand, separation is
hard. One time I was about to leave Ross to
go to the beauty parlor and he got so
                                              905
upset, he took off all his clothes, tucked
his willie between his legs and cried out:
"Mommy, I'm a girl, take me with you."
Ross's Mom: I understand, separation is
hard. One time I was about to leave Ross to
go to the beauty parlor and he got so
                                              905
upset, he took off all his clothes, tucked
his willie between his legs and cried out:
"Mommy, I'm a girl, take me with you."
Waiter: I sincerely hope the rest of your
                                              905
party is returning.
Waiter: It's been an hour. Would you be
willing to reconsider switching to a          905
smaller table?

Waiter: Oh, they're both exquisite.           905

[Scene: Ross walks in the hallway to his
apartment and stops in front of his own
door. Now he hears two recorders playing a    906
song. When he enters, Sandy and Joey are
playing the recorder and Rachel listens.]
Chandler: (Can't believe what he hears)
Well, thank God your livelihood doesn't       906
depend on it.
Chandler: If I'd known you guys were coming
over, I would have brought more pizza.        906
(they all burst out in a thundering laugh)
Chandler: So... Oklahoma is a crazy place.
You know, they call it the Sooner state.
Frankly I'd sooner be in any other state.
(Monica looks at Phoebe, who also doesn't
know what to say.) And what's with Oklahoma   906
having a pan handle? Can all states have
stuff like that? Hey yeah, I'm from the
waistband, Wyoming. But when I was seven,
we headed over to the crotch.
Chandler: You got a man who's a nanny...?
You got a manny...? (Monica starts
laughing, but very exaggerated. Joey
                                              906
realises they also should laugh and punches
Ross. Now all three of them laugh, but very
fake. Chandler seems happy again.)
David: Are... are you kidding? You know,
when you don't see someone for a long time,
a-a-and you kind of build them up in your
head and you start thinking about: Come on,
don't be crazy. Nobody is that beautiful,     906
but... well, you are. (Phoebe seems very
charmed) Well, so, uhm... are you seeing...
anyone? (Phoebe is still up on a cloud from
what David just said)
David: But... I-I-It's nice... A-a-and...
nice is good. A-a-and good is not bad,        906
ergo, w-w-we should keep kissing.

David: Uhm... uhm... Goodbye... Uh... Schto
ya ztez vigul... ui... (David holds his
hands gently on the back of Phoebe's neck.    906
There's a sound of a a bunch of keys
rattling, and the door opens... It's Mike)
David: Wa... wa... wait! We can... call
them later. Can you just... just stand
there f-f-for a moment? Boy! There's an old
Russian expression, uhm... it goes: Schto     906
ya ztez vigul... ui! Roughly translated
that means uhm... This thing that I'm
looking at: wow!
David: Well... just so you know... hearing
it wasn't exactly a Vladnik carnival          906
either... Can we at least hug goodbye?

Joey: It's like the cheapest college ever.    906
Mike: Well, if I ever goto Minsk, you'd
                                              906
better watch out.
Monica: Honey, you know I think you're
hilarious! Come on, you know that joke you
told me last week? The one about Jerry        906
Lewis and the girl with the lazy eye...?
(he laughs) That slayed me.
Monica: Well, you're... you're different
funny... I mean, you're... you're more
sarcastic a-a-and... well, he does...         906
bits... and impressions... and... and
limericks...
Phoebe: Oof...                                906
Phoebe: Yeah, I kinda do. (Mike lets go of
her hand) Well, how's this? (she takes
Mike's hand and puts it on her breast, she
tears open the sugar and puts it in her
                                              906
coffee. Mike thinks it over and nods
appreciative. After that, they hold hands
again. Joey now enters, and sees the two
sitting on the couch, holding hands.)
Prospective nanny: (in a sweet, caring
voice) I think that's really smart. The
easier we can make the transition for her,    906
the better. (Ross and Rachel seem pleased
with the answer.)
Rachel: I can't watch. It's like firing
Elmo. (Ross walks to the couch where Sandy    906
sits)
Rachel: I can't watch. It's like firing
Elmo. (Ross walks to the couch where Sandy    906
sits)
Rachel: Oh God, she mu... she must need her
                                              906
diaper changed.
Rachel: Okay, what? What is too sensitive?
(There's music coming from the living room.
Ross opens the door to the living room and
he and Rachel see Sandy play a song for
Emma on his recorder. Rachel is moved by      906
this, but Ross only sees his point proven
again, and walks back into the kitchen,
angrily. The door he was holding, swings
back and hits Rachel.)


Rachel: Sandy made Madeleines.                906


Rachel: Well, I... you know, I-I-I don't
know what to say... I mean, I never thought
of you as a guy who needed his men to be
                                              906
men. You know, 'cause I gotta tell you
Ross, it not like you just came in from
branding cattle.
Rachel: Well, I... you know, I-I-I don't
know what to say... I mean, I never thought
of you as a guy who needed his men to be
                                              906
men. You know, 'cause I gotta tell you
Ross, it not like you just came in from
branding cattle.
Ross: And she's a little mannish...           906
Ross: I mean, uhm... you know when I was
growing up he was kind of a tough guy...      906
You know a-a-and as a kid I wasn't the
athlete I am now.
Ross: I... just feel that the... the
chemistry isn't right. I'm sorry. We're...    906
we're more than happy to give you good
recommendation...
Ross: Oh really? Did she tell you he plays
the recorder, recites poetry and bakes        906
Madeleines?
Ross: Oh really? Did she tell you he plays
the recorder, recites poetry and bakes        906
Madeleines?
Ross: Really? Sounded like Three Blind
                                              906
Mice.
Ross: Science...? Academia...? Being a good
                                              906
father...?
Ross: She was blonde? (he looks surprised
for a while, but then gets a "gotcha"
expression on his face... There's knocking
at the door.) Just a sec.! Okay, okay. This   906
one's name is Sandy. She's got a degree in
early childhood education, uhm... she
worked for her last family for three years.
Sandy: Actually studies have shown that the
movement and colours help their cerebral
development... The whimsical characters are
                                              906
just for us. (He winks to Joey and Rachel.
Ross's face says he disapproves. Joey sees
that and kind of angrily says...)
Sandy: Actually studies have shown that the
movement and colours help their cerebral
development... The whimsical characters are
                                              906
just for us. (He winks to Joey and Rachel.
Ross's face says he disapproves. Joey sees
that and kind of angrily says...)
Sandy: Actually studies have shown that the
movement and colours help their cerebral
development... The whimsical characters are
                                              906
just for us. (He winks to Joey and Rachel.
Ross's face says he disapproves. Joey sees
that and kind of angrily says...)
Sandy: Actually studies have shown that the
movement and colours help their cerebral
development... The whimsical characters are
                                              906
just for us. (He winks to Joey and Rachel.
Ross's face says he disapproves. Joey sees
that and kind of angrily says...)
Sandy: I er... I hope you don't mind. I
used some of my home-made lotion on Emma.
It's a mixture of calendula and honey         906
cream. It'll dry that rash right up.
Plus... It keeps the hands young... (it
makes Rachel smile)
Sandy: I er... I hope you don't mind. I
used some of my home-made lotion on Emma.
It's a mixture of calendula and honey         906
cream. It'll dry that rash right up.
Plus... It keeps the hands young... (it
makes Rachel smile)
Sandy: I realise how it's... a bit
unorthodox for some people, but I really
                                              906
believe, the most satisfying thing you can
do with your life, is take care of a child.
Sandy: I really do understand how hard it's
gotta be to leave your child with another
person. I mean, it's leaving behind a piece   906
of your heart... (Ross has got that
bored/angry/skeptic look and Rachel is very
emotional)
Sandy: It's allright! Crying is good. It
                                              906
lets the boo-hoos out.
Sandy: That's great! (He gets emotional
again and waves his hand in front of his
face in a feminine way, like trying to dry    906
his tears) I'm sorry. It's just... such an
emotional thing when you're welcomed into a
new family...
Sandy: Well, her favourite flower is the
                                              906
camellia. From the poem...
(Rachel tries to rap and makes weird
                                              907
movements with her arms in the
babies... You know... especially veal...
                                              907
and this, this nice vein of fat

Bitsy.                                        907
burned out Buick LeSabre for a while...
                                              907
(frowns are received) which was
Catherine: All the appliances are included.
                                              907
There is a lot of light, a new

Catherine: All the appliances are included.
                                              907
There is a lot of light, a new
Catherine: Oh hi, come on in. I'm
                                              907
Catherine, the listing agent.
Chandler: So how come Richard's selling the
                                              907
place? Went bankrupt? Medical
deductible. (looks at Chandler) That's
                                              907
right, I know some stuff!
do... and a... and a big round belly.
                                              907
(emphasises the B's) Big baby butt! I
Especially to you. Because he's very
                                              907
respectful of women.
farting noise and using her hands as
                                              907
antlers, wiggling her fingers... No
farting noise and using her hands as
                                              907
antlers, wiggling her fingers... No
first time I've ever enjoyed football... It
                                              907
may be customary to get a

football match, with the referee's whistle
                                              907
blowing, the crowds cheering...)

he gets going, he can rattle a headboard
                                              907
like a sailor on leave...
he think he is? Magnum Force, Dirty Harry,
                                              907
Cool Hand Luke... Oh my God!
home, and sees Chandler flat on his back on
                                              907
the floor and Joey pinning him
I'm uhm... a freelance massage therapist,
                                              907
uhm... which, you know, isn't

I-t's not your fau-lt. And that's the end
                                              907
of the song... I realise that you

just lowered the rates and the interest on
                                              907
your mortgage is totally
just lowered the rates and the interest on
                                              907
your mortgage is totally



like big butts. (raps) I like big butts and
                                              907
I cannot lie / you other



little baby ever! You're just a... a little
                                              907
bitty baby, you know that? But
makeover to that stupid hippie?               907

malpractice? Choked on his own moustache?     907

moustaches.                                   907
okay, that was okay, until uhm... I got
                                              907
hepatitis, you know, 'cause this

other br... (She also turns and sees the
                                              907
gang)

parents... and Tom and Sue...Who are by the
                                              907
way the most sinfully boring
Phoebe: (in a very posh accent) Theodore...
                                              907
Bitsy... What a delight!
Phoebe: (speaking louder and articulating)
                                              907
That's she's like the daughter
Phoebe: ...and then it goes back to the
                                              907
chorus... Smelly cat, Sme-lly ca-t /
Phoebe: Are you kidding. He is so
                                              907
considerate of my feelings and... you know
Phoebe: Oh God! Is that veal?                 907
Phoebe: Oh, Ode To A Pubic Hair?              907
Phoebe: Oh, Ode To A Pubic Hair?              907
Phoebe: Yeah... And that physique! You must
                                              907
work out all the time...
place. Why am I so intimidated by this guy?
                                              907
Pretentious art, this huge macho

plant the emus...                             907
Ross: But you know what, if you think about
                                              907
it, it actually promotes a


Ross: I uhm... Well, I sang... (Rachel
                                              907
gasps) well actually I rapped... Baby



Ross: She sweat, wet. got it going like a
                                              907
turbo 'vette.
saucy anecdote for him to share at his
                                              907
men's club over brandy and
saucy anecdote for him to share at his
                                              907
men's club over brandy and
Wallis gets his good looks..."                907
was... it was like uhm... (Ross tries to
                                              907
impersonate Emma's laugh, but it
What? What? You... you wanna hear some
                                              907
more? Uhm...(raps) My anaconda don't
you've got... (in a softer voice) You've
                                              907
got big beautiful eyes... Yes you
<Amy gets pissed and starts cutting food on
                                              908
the fancy plate very harshly,
<Amy pushes Rachel and Monica goes berserk
                                              908
and runs around the table>
<Everyone is shocked and Monica faints and
                                              908
Ross catches her>
<Ross and Rachel pause and ponder this>       908
about disciplining a child. But it did hurt
                                              908
my feelings and I want you to

Amy: Connected? I mean.. to what? She's..
                                              908
she's a lump.
Amy: Oh, I know, I know. I've just been
                                              908
crazed.
Amy: Um.. I'm a decorator.                    908

are you thankful for? Mommy's bobbies.        908

Chandler: By the way, that fight was
                                              908
totally arousing.
Chandler: Honey, she keeps canceling on us,
                                              908
take the hint.
Chandler: No, if crazy plate lad.. <sees
                                              908
Monica frustrated at this comment>



covered in tape. He is struggling with the
                                              908
tape dispenser.]
every day. And truthfully honey, you don't
                                              908
seem very connected to the baby.
grounded"?                                    908
immaturity? Your total disregard of other
                                              908
people's feelings?
immaturity? Your total disregard of other
                                              908
people's feelings?
Joey looks rejected: Hap.. Hap.. Happy
                                              908
Thanksgiving.
Joey: Arg... Alright, I'll take care of it.
                                              908
<throws hands out in the air>
Joey: Somebody opened the door to the
                                              908
coffee house and a raccoon came
Just let me get my trusty diaper bag here.
                                              908
<knocks over the box of china>

pennies up his nose.                          908

Phoebe: It's all right. You can mourn.        908
Rachel starts messing up Amy's hair: Frizzy
                                              908
frizzy frizzy frizzy!!
Rachel: I do pilates.                         908
Rachel: mh hmm..                              908

Rachel: Sup.. You want to talk supportive?
                                              908
You didn't even come and visit me


Ross: I know, I mean a PhD is just as good
                                              908
as an MD.


to scold.                                     908
top of box so thoroughly, there isn't an
                                              908
inch of cardboard which isn't
towards the table when her hand swipes the
                                              908
one plate left on the table on to
TV announcer: And heres the float with the
                                              908
stars of the popular daytime soap



TV announcer: Next up is a marching band
                                              908
from Muskogee, OK.

went to the zoo yesterday and now I'm a
                                              908
koala bear.
you can hear the silveware scraping the
                                              908
fancy plate>
(Monica turns to get the wine. Chandler
peeps through the peephole. Joey, seeing
something, peeps back. Chandler ducks.        909
Monica returns with two glasses of wine.
She gives one to Joey.)
(Okays, and good byes are exchanged all
                                              909
around.)
(Thudding sounds can be heard from the
                                              909
bedroom.)
[Scene: Ross and Rachel's apartment. Ross
and Mike are sitting on the sofa. Ross is
fidgeting with the cuff of his sweater        909
while Mike blows his cheeks out. Ross blows
a piece of fuzz from his finger.)
[Scene: Ross and Rachel's apartment. Three
pizza crusts, two bottle caps and the
plastic tripod are left in the otherwise
empty pizza box. Mike is making hollow
popping noises with his mouth. He begins to
                                              909
speak, but stops and pops his lips a few
more times and takes a drink. Ross smiles
as if he has thought of something to say,
but then he stops and sinks back in a slump
on the sofa.]
[Scene: Ross and Rachel's apartment. Three
pizza crusts, two bottle caps and the
plastic tripod are left in the otherwise
empty pizza box. Mike is making hollow
popping noises with his mouth. He begins to
                                              909
speak, but stops and pops his lips a few
more times and takes a drink. Ross smiles
as if he has thought of something to say,
but then he stops and sinks back in a slump
on the sofa.]
[Scene: Ross and Rachel's apartment. Three
pizza crusts, two bottle caps and the
plastic tripod are left in the otherwise
empty pizza box. Mike is making hollow
popping noises with his mouth. He begins to
                                              909
speak, but stops and pops his lips a few
more times and takes a drink. Ross smiles
as if he has thought of something to say,
but then he stops and sinks back in a slump
on the sofa.]
BILL: "Spuds" is your grandmother?            909
CHANDLER: (hushed) No, no, no, no, no. Joey
                                              909
can't know that I'm here.
CHANDLER: (writhes as if in agony) All
right, look. Just stay there. I'm coming      909
home.
CHANDLER: Braid each other's hair and ride
                                              909
horseback on the beach?
CHANDLER: But hey, it's courtside. The
cheerleaders are going to be right in fr. .   909
. (Pause) That's not the way to convince
you.
CHANDLER: Yah.                                909
JOEY: All right. All right. Then, maybe you
won't mind if me and my friend take a look
around, huh? (He checks the bathroom          909
shaking the bat. Then he proceeds to their
bedroom.) Bwa-ah-ah!
JOEY: No, no, no. When you get home
tomorrow night, you and I are going to be
                                              909
at the Wizzards-Knicks game . . .
courtside!
JOEY: What? You think I'm too dumb to
understand that a husband needs to be with
his wife? Huh? Do you think I'm like,         909
"Duh." (He strikes himself in the head with
the bat. He stands dazed for a moment.)

MIKE: (finally) Stout. That's a kind of
                                              909
beer.
MIKE: (Holds up a six pack of Foster's
                                              909
Lager) I got beer.
MIKE: (releases a whoosh of air) Ya know,
                                              909
I'm going to take off.
MIKE: So, except for the fermentation
process, beer and ale are basically the       909
same thing. Fascinating isn't it.
MIKE: So, except for the fermentation
process, beer and ale are basically the       909
same thing. Fascinating isn't it.


MONICA: (suddenly starts issuing him out)
Ah, it's an honest mistake. It could happen   909
to anyone. All right, see ya.


MONICA: Oh, because, um . . . well,
Chandler's going to be home in a couple of    909
days. So, I thought I would, you know,
practice the art of seduction.
MONICA: There's no man in here. How dare
you accuse me of that. (She slaps             909
Chandler.)
PHOEBE: But, your Rachel wasn't whiny
                                              909
enough.
PHOEBE: I'm so sorry honey, but, okay,
Rachel gave this guy her number and, um,
                                              909
she doesn't want Ross to answer the phone.
So, you have to intercept all his calls.
PHOEBE: Yeah, I see what you mean. By the
                                              909
way, nice Ross imitation.
RACHEL: Oh my God. I can't believe you live
in that building. My grandmother lives in
that building. Ida Green? No sense of         909
personal space? Kind of smells like
chicken? Looks like a potato.
RACHEL: That's my bubby!                      909
ROSS: (pauses, then crunches up the note
                                              909
and stuffs it in his pocket.) Never mind.
ROSS: I got bottled breast milk.              909
Transcript by: David Buehrle                  909
(Surprised, uttering Ahhs and Ohhs, the
                                              910
others are coming
and away they all flew like the down of a
                                              910
thistle;
and lay down on a very questionable
                                              910
bedspread. And then tomorrow
and lay down on a very questionable
                                              910
bedspread. And then tomorrow
but I heard him exclaim, ere he drove out
                                              910
of sight,
but I heard him exclaim, ere he drove out
                                              910
of sight,

by Clement Clarke Moore (1779-1863), to
                                              910
Joey.]

Chandler: (thinks for a second, then waves
                                              910
his arms, exclaiming:)
Chandler: Actuary... no. Book-keeper... no.
                                              910
Topless dancer... (he looks
Chandler: I... thought it was a timely
                                              910
start to thinking about other

Chandler: Yeah, we have all this paperwork
                                              910
that needs to be filed by

Chandler's tie, slowly moving her hands
                                              910
upwards on the tie,
Joey: Got ya. (blinks an eye)                 910
Joey: Mine's is to Lilian Myers.              910

motivational speaker.                         910

Phoebe: (simultaneous to the others) Blah
                                              910
blargah, blar-blab.
Phoebe: (simultaneous to the others) Ble-
                                              910
blah-blar Blargh!
Phoebe: ...sprang to his sleigh, to his
                                              910
team gave a whistle;
rather be with your familys, but there's
                                              910
*no* call (he takes
realized? You are the sole wage earner.
                                              910
*You* are the head of
realized? You are the sole wage earner.
                                              910
*You* are the head of
realized? You are the sole wage earner.
                                              910
*You* are the head of
spreading envelopes among them) I had a
                                              910
little talk with the
them, we have to work. -- So I stole ther
                                              910
ham. (She turns the

(Ok, here we go again. Phoebe starts
walking toward the operating table, but
stops every time the tray starts to rattle.
                                              911
She eventually drops it on the floor, but
finishes the scene anyway by putting the
now non-existent tray on the table.)
All: (Adlib hellos)                           911
Chandler: I mean, I can write slogans. I
mean, how hard can it be, right? "Cheese.
It's milk that you chew." "Crackers.          911
Because your cheese needs a buddy." "A
grape. Because who can get a water melon in
your mouth?"
Chandler: That thing that I have to do to
                                              911
make a baby. I faked it.
Director: Okay, okay, okay! (To Phoebe)
You. Here, come here, here. You're gonna
take this tray, you're gonna stay on this
yellow mark. You're gonna move on "action!"
                                              911
You're gonna walk over to the operating
table. You're gonna stop on that blue mark,
you're gonna put the tray down. Don't walk
too fast! But don't doddle.
Interviewer: It's an unpaid internship.       911
Interviewer: It's an unpaid internship.       911
Monica: (Flipping through a bunch of
folders as Chandler enters from bathroom)
Okay, I have looked through a bunch of
career guides, photocopied and highlighted    911
key passages and put them into alphabetical
folders so you can make an informed
decision.
Monica: (Flipping through a bunch of
folders as Chandler enters from bathroom)
Okay, I have looked through a bunch of
career guides, photocopied and highlighted    911
key passages and put them into alphabetical
folders so you can make an informed
decision.
Monica: (Flipping through a bunch of
folders as Chandler enters from bathroom)
Okay, I have looked through a bunch of
career guides, photocopied and highlighted    911
key passages and put them into alphabetical
folders so you can make an informed
decision.
Monica: Hey, wait a second. I can help you
with this. You just need to be organized.
We can make a list of your qualifications,    911
and categorize jobs by industry. There
could be folders and files!

Monica: Hey, wait a second. I can help you
with this. You just need to be organized.
We can make a list of your qualifications,    911
and categorize jobs by industry. There
could be folders and files!
Monica: It's gonna be really scary. I mean,
god. When we have a baby, there's gonna be
so much that we're not able to control. I
mean, the apartment's gonna be a mess, I
won't have time to clean it. What if the
                                              911
baby gets into the ribbon drawer? Messes up
all the ribbons?! What if there's no room
for a ribbon drawer, because the baby's
stuff takes up all the space!? Where will
all the ribbons go!?!
Monica: Okay. Let us start with the A's.
                                              911
Advertising.

Monica: Well, I just lost my erection.        911
Monica: You call eight hours alone with my
label maker wasted time? Ooh, now I get to    911
use my shredder!
Phoebe: And I just wanted a new daddy for
                                              911
Davy and Becky.
Phoebe: And I just wanted a new daddy for
                                               911
Davy and Becky.

Phoebe: Oh no, no, no. I learned never to
borrow money from friends. No, that's why      911
Richard Dreyfuss and I don't speak anymore.

Rachel: Alright,   alright. Calm down Norma
Rae. They didn't   actually say that. I'm
                                               911
just afraid if I   don't come back right now
this guy's gonna   try to squeeze me out.

Rachel: Alright,   alright. Calm down Norma
Rae. They didn't   actually say that. I'm
                                               911
just afraid if I   don't come back right now
this guy's gonna   try to squeeze me out.
Rachel: That's right. You're very cheeky
                                               911
for a temp.

Ross: Here's an idea. You walk into a
                                               911
room...take a quick scan!

Ross: I think she's gonna be the hit of the
office, huh? She's gonna be hotter than        911
peasant blouses and A-line skirts. Can I
get a blue bow?
Story by: Judd Rubin                           911
Chandler: (sings in a helium voice) First I
                                               912
was afraid, I was petrified (very happy)


Chandler: I wasn't staring. I was leering.     912

Chandler: Is this really your long term
plan, for me to run interference? Because I    912
could get a job any day now.


Joey: Fine. (looks around, then focuses on
                                               912
Monica)



Joey: Huh. Interesting. Now there are
obstacles. Hot nanny and me against the        912
world. This is the kind of stuff great
novels are made of.
Joey: Now YOU'RE telling me I can't see
her?? You guys are killing me! She's
forbidden fruit! It's like ... like she's
                                              912
the princess and I'm the stable boy ... Why
are you doing this, huh? Did Ross tell you
not to let me go over there?
Mike: Hey, when did we become one of those
couples whose lives revolve around their      912
rats?
Mike: I don't know but they don't sound
like spa treatments. You have to get rid of   912
it!
Mike: You can't keep a rat in your
appartment! They're extremely unsanitary,     912
and they transmit leptospirosis and
hantavirus.
Mike: You can't keep a rat in your
appartment! They're extremely unsanitary,     912
and they transmit leptospirosis and
hantavirus.
Mike: You can't keep a rat in your
appartment! They're extremely unsanitary,     912
and they transmit leptospirosis and
hantavirus.
Monica: Maybe he's bothering you so much
because he likes you. It's like in first
grade when Skippy Langwild always pushed me   912
on the playground because he secretly had a
crush on me?
Monica: Maybe he's bothering you so much
because he likes you. It's like in first
grade when Skippy Langwild always pushed me   912
on the playground because he secretly had a
crush on me?
Monica: They've elected me to talk to you
                                              912
about the baby talk - it's not so good.

Phoebe: No, Mike, I don't want to kill him!
I thought we were just gonna capture him
and, and you know, set him free in the        912
country side where he can maybe meet a
friendly possom and a wisecracking owl.
Phoebe: No, Mike, I don't want to kill him!
I thought we were just gonna capture him
and, and you know, set him free in the        912
country side where he can maybe meet a
friendly possom and a wisecracking owl.
Phoebe: No. It starts with a "v" and ends
with an "x". Helpfully with a "to" in the     912
middle.
Phoebe: Well not so much a pet as, you
know, an occasional visitor who I put food
                                              912
out for, you know. Kinda like Santa. Except
Santa doesn't poop on the plate of cookies.

Phoebe: Yeah, ok. I guess you're right.
Allright, so we should just give them away.
But to nice families, with children, and      912
reduced fat wheat thins. They're Bob's
favorites.
Phoebe: Yeah, ok. I guess you're right.
Allright, so we should just give them away.
But to nice families, with children, and      912
reduced fat wheat thins. They're Bob's
favorites.
Phoebe: Yeah, ok. I guess you're right.
Allright, so we should just give them away.
But to nice families, with children, and      912
reduced fat wheat thins. They're Bob's
favorites.
Rachel: Hey, Mr Philips, nice suit!           912
Rachel: It was ... (can't remember) oh my
god. He didn't have a last name. It was       912
just "Tag". You know, like Cher, or, you
know, Moses.
Rachel: No, I just mean that, you know,
first impressions don't mean anything. And    912
I-I think you're a really good guy and I'm
sorry that I misjudged you.
Rachel: Oh yeah, I'm jealous. "Oh Gavin,
please, please look at my ass". (Gavin
starts looking) Stop looking at my ass! I
                                              912
mean, I just think you are totally
inappropriate, ok? This is a work
environment, she's your subordinate.
Rachel: Well, when we first met, you know,
I thought you were pompous and arrogant and   912
obnoxious ...
Rachel: Well, when we first met, you know,
I thought you were pompous and arrogant and   912
obnoxious ...
Ross: Come on, there are plenty of other
women out thereok? Just - just forget about   912
her, ok? Just, she's off limits.

Ross: Ooh, somebody's getting a little
                                              912
fussy.
Ross: Well we gotta do something, ok?
Nannies like her don't grow on trees.         912
(pause)
Ross: You do appear right on the cusp of
something. Come on man, I'm sure he'll lose
                                              912
interest in a week or two, but for now can
you please just do this for me?
and everyone booed him off the stage. So
                                              913
funny.
by plucking the eyebrows of my father and
                                              913
his 揵usiness?partners.
Chandler: It抯 like a baby caterpillar
                                              913
chasing its mama!


Chandler: Oh, not with my combination of
ice cubes, aloe Vera and my gentle self-      913
loathing touch.


Chandler: Oh, not with my combination of
ice cubes, aloe Vera and my gentle self-      913
loathing touch.
Chandler: Oh, not with my combination of
ice cubes, aloe Vera and my gentle self-      913
loathing touch.
Chandler: Oh, not with my combination of
ice cubes, aloe Vera and my gentle self-      913
loathing touch.
Chandler: Ok, you know how most kids get
their allowance from mowing the lawn or       913
taking out the garbage, well I earned mine

Chandler: Ok, you know how most kids get
their allowance from mowing the lawn or       913
taking out the garbage, well I earned mine
Chandler: Sure! Just give me a second to
get all huffy and weird like you! Do you      913
believe that who ever
Chandler: Yeah, yeah, I think it looks
pretty good. I was a little worried I was     913
uncovering a birthmark right about
Chandler: Yeah, yeah, I think it looks
pretty good. I was a little worried I was     913
uncovering a birthmark right about
Chandler: 揓eremiah was a bullfrog. Was a
good friend of mine, never understood a       913
single word he said, but I helped him
Gavin: Exactly how contagious is this thing
you have? I mean is it a cold for standing    913
on the balcony or did a monkey bite you?

Gavin: You hear a key in the hole and you
jump like a young bronco coming out of a      913
chute for the first time. I used to be a
Joey: Hey hey! You dye your hair!             913
Joey: Please I have an extremely high
threshold...Holly Mother Of God! My face!     913
My face!! I'm all right! I'm all right!
Michelle: All I ever wanted was just love
him and have him love me back. I mean, am I   913
so unlovable?
Mike: All right, that was Kenneth with his
much too literal rendition of "I touch        913
myself". Coming up next we've got Monica

Mike: All right, that was Kenneth with his
much too literal rendition of "I touch        913
myself". Coming up next we've got Monica

Mike: All right, that was Kenneth with his
much too literal rendition of "I touch        913
myself". Coming up next we've got Monica




Molly: There is a man behind your curtain.
                                              913
I have a mace in my purse.
Monica: "Delta Dawn"                          913


Monica: "Delta Dawn"                          913

Monica: So I don't have to sing and I can
just sit there and pass judgments on          913
others?
Phoebe: "No time for losers, 'cause we are
                                              913
the champions of the world...!" Thank you!

Phoebe: It was the end of the party, you
                                              913
were probably ironing wrapping paper.

Phoebe: Just pretend they're not even here!
It's OK Monica, when that spotlight hits      913
you it so bright you won't see anyone
Potluck dinner.                               913
Rachel: No! That's OK! That's OK! That's
OK! No no no no! This is my business          913
associate Gavin. He's just being silly.
Ross: I don抰 know, are we just kissing
                                              913
guys on balconies?
Ross: Right, so that's a firm "no". I
cannot believe this, I just keep striking     913
out.
Ross: Well, and how about this? There is an
anthropologist at school who totally came     913
on to me during the inter-departmental

Ross: Well, and how about this? There is an
anthropologist at school who totally came     913
on to me during the inter-departmental
Ross: You know what? Enough! Enough
talking! I have to get moving! Hey check      913
out those two blondes over there!
Salon girl: Ok. Very good. Have a seat
right over here Mr. Bing and Sonia will be    913
right with you.
Sonia: We'll get to the wax in a minute.
First I want to tweeze some of the strays,    913
ok? This may sting just a little bit...
Sonia: We'll get to the wax in a minute.
First I want to tweeze some of the strays,    913
ok? This may sting just a little bit...
that sadistic bitch at the saloon             913
they'll see that I'm the brilliant,
                                              913
brooding, sexy one...

two illegitimate children. The personal ad
                                              913
writes itself....

would you rather drown or be burnt alive?"    913
(She holds up a black t-shirt with "FBI -
                                              914
Female Body Inspector" on the front.)
[Scene: Another restaurant. Rachel is
studying the menu together with her date,
                                              914
Steve. Steve is the stoned restaurateur
from 115 TOW the Stoned Guy.]
[Scene: Monica and Chandler's apartment.
Emma has fallen asleep in her playpen, and
Chandler has fallen asleep right next to      914
her on the floor. He's even sucking on a
pacifier.]
Chandler: Horrifying? Scarring? Something
                                              914
people go to jail for?
Chandler: Well, I think it's great that
you're going on a date, you know? I mean,     914
it sounds healthy. I mean, you have needs.
Embrace your womanhood!
Chandler: Well, she's aware when we leave
the room. She may notice if we start...       914
canoodling in it.
Joey (checks the refrigerator): Okay, let's
see, we got strained peas, strained           914
carrots... Ooh! Strained plums. We haven't
tried that yet.
Joey: How are ya? How are ya? Where are
your babysitters, huh? Why's the bedroom      914
door closed?
Joey: Unless you name your firstborn child
                                              914
Joey.

Joey: We're geniuses! Yeah, look at them,
                                              914
look at them, they're really bonding.
Joey: We've been stood up. (sniffles) And
                                              914
we want our free crab cakes.
Monica: Hey, where are all my ovulation-
                                              914
sticks? There's only one here.
Ross: The first date we've had in months,
                                              914
and they were both such disasters.

Ross: Wait a minute; you don't think it was
                                              914
intentional? I mean, that's just stupid.

Steve: It's really fulfilling doing
something you hate for no money. That's
right. I have no money, I'm not funny, I      914
live in a studio apartment with two other
guys, and I'm pretty sure I'm infertile.
Transcribed by Marita Bakken                  914

				
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