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Title "The One with the Sonogram at the End"
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You don't understand.

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For us, kissing is as
important as any part.

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Yeah, right!

4
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You serious?

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Oh, yeah.

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- Everything is in that first kiss.
- Absolutely.

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For us, kissing's an opening act..

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like the comedian
you have to sit through..

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before Pink Floyd comes out.

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And it's not that
we don't like the comedian.

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It's just that that's not
why we bought the ticket.

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The problem is, no matter
how great the show was..

13
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you girls are looking
for the comedian again.

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We're in the car, fighting traffic,
just trying to stay awake.

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Word of advice:
Bring back the comedian.

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Or next time you'll find yourself
listening to that album alone.

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Are we still talking about sex?

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The One With the Sonogram at the End

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No, it's good. It is good.

20
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It's just that Doesn't she seem
a little angry?

21
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Well, she has issues.

22
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Does she?

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Try to live with "Mr. I'm Evolving."

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He's out while she's home getting
the mastodon smell out of the carpet.

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Marsha, see, these are cave people.

26
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Okay, they have issues like:

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"Gee, that glacier's
getting kind of close."

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Speaking of issues,
isn't that your ex-wife?

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- No.
- Yes, it is. Carol, hi!

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Okay. Yes, it is.
I'll catch up with you in the Ice Age.

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- Can I stay?
- No.

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- Hi.
- Hi.

33
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- Is this a bad time?
- No, it's..

34
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the Stone Age.

35
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You look great. I hate that.

36
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Sorry. Thanks. You look good too.

37
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Well, you know,
in here, anyone who..

38
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stands erect..

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- What's new? Still a
- A lesbian?

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You never know. How's the family?

41
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- Marty's still totally paranoid.
- Carol, why are you here?

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- I'm pregnant.
- Pregnant.

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She didn't leave
in such a hurry after all.

44
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This is the Three's Company episode
with a misunderstanding.

45
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Then I've already seen this one.

46
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Are you through with that?

47
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Sorry, the swallowing slowed me down.

48
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Whose ball of paper is this?

49
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Mine. I wrote a note to myself,
then I didn't need it.

50
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So I balled it up
and now I wish I was dead.

51
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She already fluffed that pillow.
You already fluffed It's fine.

52
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I just don't wanna give them
any more ammunition.

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Parents can be cruel about
the flatness of a child's pillow.

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Relax, you do this every time.
The place looks great.

55
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You got a lasagna here
that looks good enough..

56
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to avoid touching.

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Monica? Hi!

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Monica, you're scaring me.

59
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I mean, you're all chaotic
and twirly, you know?

60
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Not in a good way.

61
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Calm down. You don't see Ross
getting twirly every time they come.

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That's because my parents think
Ross can do no wrong.

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You see, he's "The Prince."

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They had some big ceremony
before I was born.

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- What?
- Ugly Naked Guy got a ThighMaster.

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- Has anybody seen my engagement ring?
- It's beautiful.

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Oh, God! Oh, God! Oh, God!

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No, don't touch that.

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Like I wasn't dreading tomorrow
enough, having to give it back.

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"Hi, Barry, remember me? I'm the girl
that stomped on your heart."

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Now I must return the ring
without the ring..

72
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which makes it so much harder.

73
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Easy, we'll find it. Won't we?

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Look, it's gonna be okay.
You'll give it back..

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- and we'll eat ice cream.
- Okay. It's a pear-shaped diamond

76
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Any diamond ring we find,
we'll run it by you.

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- When did you have it last?
- Doy, right before she lost it.

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You don't get
a lot of "doy" these days.

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I know I had it this morning.

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I know I had it when I was
in the kitchen with

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Dinah?

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- Oh, don't be mad.
- You didn't.

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- Oh, I'm sorry.
- I gave you one job!

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But look how straight
those noodles are.

85
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That's not how you look
for an engagement ring in a lasagna.

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I just can't do it.

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Boys? We're going in.

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Hi.

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- That is not a happy "hi."
- Carol's pregnant.

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I found it!

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What?

92
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Yeah.

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Do that for two hours, you might
be where I am about now.

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That puts that whole
pillow thing in perspective.

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How do you fit into this whole thing?

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Carol and Susan want me
to be involved.

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But if I'm not comfortable with it,
I don't have to be involved.

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- It's totally up to me.
- She is so great. I miss her.

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- What does she mean by "involved"?
- Your job is done.

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And the most enjoyable.

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Phoebe, say something.

102
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They want me to go down
to this sonogram thing..

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with them tomorrow.

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Remember when life was simpler..

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and she was just a lesbian?

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Those were the days.

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- What are you gonna do?
- I have no idea.

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No matter what I do,
I'm still gonna be a father.

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This is still ruined, right?

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Martha Lugwin's daughter
is gonna call you.

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- What's that curry taste?
- Curry.

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I think they're great. I really do.

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The big Lugwin had a thing for you.

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- They all had a thing for him.
- Oh, Mom.

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Why is this girl going to call me?

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She just graduated, and she wants
to be something in cooking or food..

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I told her you have a restaurant

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- I don't have, I work in a restaurant.
- They don't have to know that.

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- Ross, help me with the spaghetti.
- Yes.

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Oh, we're having spaghetti.
That's easy.

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We were going to have lasagna.

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- I love lasagna.
- We're not having it.

123
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Then why bring it up? He latches on.

124
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This will sound unbelievably selfish..

125
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but did you plan to bring
up the baby/lesbian thing?

126
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It might take the heat off of me.

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That Rachel.
We saw her parents at the club.

128
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They were not playing well.

129
00:10:26,826 --> 00:10:29,021
I won't say what they spent..

130
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but $40,000 is a lot for a wedding.

131
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At least she had the chance
to leave a man at the altar.

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- What's that supposed to mean?
- Nothing.

133
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- It's an expression.
- No, it's not.

134
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Don't listen to her.
You've always been independent.

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Even when you were a chubby kid..

136
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and you had no friends,
you were just fine.

137
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You'd read alone in your room.
Your puzzles..

138
00:11:05,765 --> 00:11:09,599
People like Ross need
to shoot for the stars.

139
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With his museum
and his published papers.

140
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Others are satisfied with
staying where they are.

141
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These people never get cancer.

142
00:11:20,079 --> 00:11:23,139
They're happy with what
they have, content..

143
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like cows.

144
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Cows, Dad?

145
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She knows how much I love cows.

146
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I read about women trying
to have it all, and I thank God..

147
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our "Harmonica"
doesn't have that problem.

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- I'm telling you, you'll be fine.
- Thank you, Daddy.

149
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Oh, so this does work.

150
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So, Ross, what's going on with you?

151
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Any stories? No news, no little
anecdotes to share with the folks?

152
00:12:07,293 --> 00:12:10,694
Look, I realize you guys
have been wondering..

153
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what exactly happened
between Carol and me.

154
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And so, well, here's the deal.

155
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Carol's a lesbian.

156
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She lives with a woman named Susan.

157
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She's pregnant with my child.

158
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She and Susan are
going to raise the baby.

159
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And you knew about this?

160
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Folks are really that bad?

161
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Well, you know, these people are pros.

162
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They know what they do.

163
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They take their time.
They get the job done.

164
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They say that you can't change
your parents.

165
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Boy, if you could, I'd want yours.

166
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Must pee.

167
00:13:13,392 --> 00:13:15,292
It's worse when you're twins.

168
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- You're a twin?
- We don't speak.

169
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She's this high-powered,
driven, career-type.

170
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- What does she do?
- She's a waitress.

171
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- Identical?
- People say we look alike.

172
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But I don't see it.

173
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You guys, I kind of
gotta clean up now.

174
00:13:33,546 --> 00:13:36,447
Chandler, as an only child,
you don't have this.

175
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No, although I did have
an imaginary friend..

176
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who my parents preferred.

177
00:13:44,290 --> 00:13:46,417
Hit the lights, please.

178
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How long was I in there?

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- I'm just cleaning up.
- Oh, you need any help?

180
00:14:02,808 --> 00:14:04,332
Okay, sure. Thanks.

181
00:14:10,049 --> 00:14:11,073
Anyway..

182
00:14:12,184 --> 00:14:15,347
So you nervous
about Barry tomorrow?

183
00:14:15,888 --> 00:14:17,253
A little.

184
00:14:19,091 --> 00:14:20,422
A lot.

185
00:14:21,694 --> 00:14:24,185
So, got any advice?

186
00:14:24,430 --> 00:14:27,627
You know, as someone
who's recently been dumped.

187
00:14:28,767 --> 00:14:32,328
You may wanna steer clear
of the word "dumped."

188
00:14:33,672 --> 00:14:37,870
Chances are he's gonna be
this broken shell of a man.

189
00:14:38,110 --> 00:14:43,412
You should try not to look
too terrific. I know it'll be hard.

190
00:14:45,618 --> 00:14:49,952
Or I'll go down there,
and I'll give Barry back his ring.

191
00:14:50,222 --> 00:14:54,818
And you can go with Carol
and Susan to the ob-gyn.

192
00:14:56,729 --> 00:14:59,220
You've got Carol tomorrow.

193
00:15:00,065 --> 00:15:03,762
- When did it get so complicated?
- Got me.

194
00:15:04,470 --> 00:15:07,098
- Remember being in high school?
- Yeah.

195
00:15:07,306 --> 00:15:09,866
Didn't you think you'd meet someone..

196
00:15:10,075 --> 00:15:12,475
fall in love, and that'd be it?

197
00:15:17,516 --> 00:15:19,848
- Ross?
- Yes. Yes.

198
00:15:22,354 --> 00:15:26,256
Man, I never thought I'd be here.

199
00:15:32,698 --> 00:15:34,188
Me neither.

200
00:15:51,583 --> 00:15:53,915
Sorry I'm late. I got stuck at work.

201
00:15:54,119 --> 00:15:57,714
There was this big
dinosaur thing. Anyway..

202
00:15:58,390 --> 00:15:59,379
Hi.

203
00:16:00,659 --> 00:16:03,924
- You remember Susan.
- How could I forget?

204
00:16:05,264 --> 00:16:07,892
Hello, Susan.
Good shake, good shake.

205
00:16:09,969 --> 00:16:12,767
So, we're just waiting for?

206
00:16:12,972 --> 00:16:15,304
- Dr. Oberman.
- And is he?

207
00:16:15,507 --> 00:16:17,475
- She.
- Of course, "she."

208
00:16:19,178 --> 00:16:23,171
Is she familiar with our
special situation?

209
00:16:23,449 --> 00:16:27,545
- Yes, and she's very supportive.
- Okay, that's great.

210
00:16:29,088 --> 00:16:30,282
No, I'm Oh.

211
00:16:31,724 --> 00:16:33,055
Thanks.

212
00:16:53,245 --> 00:16:54,940
That opens my cervix.

213
00:17:01,720 --> 00:17:03,711
- Barry?
- Come on in.

214
00:17:04,590 --> 00:17:06,581
- Are you sure?
- It's fine.

215
00:17:06,792 --> 00:17:08,987
Robbie's gonna be here for hours.

216
00:17:12,698 --> 00:17:14,393
So, how are you doing?

217
00:17:15,601 --> 00:17:16,590
I'm..

218
00:17:17,903 --> 00:17:19,302
I'm okay.

219
00:17:20,606 --> 00:17:23,268
- You look great.
- Yeah, well.

220
00:17:23,976 --> 00:17:26,444
Dr. Farber, Jason Greenspan's gagging.

221
00:17:26,678 --> 00:17:29,511
Be right there. Be back in a second.

222
00:17:34,787 --> 00:17:36,482
I dumped him.

223
00:17:54,840 --> 00:17:58,037
So, how's this all gonna work?

224
00:17:58,243 --> 00:18:01,076
The baby grows
in a special place inside

225
00:18:01,280 --> 00:18:02,338
Thank you.

226
00:18:02,548 --> 00:18:06,712
I mean, how's this gonna work,
you know, with us?

227
00:18:07,052 --> 00:18:10,021
When important decisions
have to be made?

228
00:18:10,389 --> 00:18:13,688
- Give me a "for instance."
- Well, I don't know.

229
00:18:13,892 --> 00:18:17,328
- How about with the baby's name?
- Marlon.

230
00:18:17,529 --> 00:18:20,123
If it's a boy. Minnie, if it's a girl.

231
00:18:22,234 --> 00:18:23,826
As in "Mouse"?

232
00:18:25,370 --> 00:18:26,701
As in my grandmother.

233
00:18:27,573 --> 00:18:30,701
Still, you say "Minnie,"
you hear "Mouse."

234
00:18:32,711 --> 00:18:34,372
How about..?

235
00:18:34,913 --> 00:18:36,346
How about Julia?

236
00:18:37,182 --> 00:18:39,742
- Julia.
- We agreed on Minnie.

237
00:18:39,952 --> 00:18:42,614
We agreed we'd spend
our lives together.

238
00:18:42,855 --> 00:18:45,517
Things change.
Roll with the punches.

239
00:18:46,258 --> 00:18:48,226
I believe Julia's on the table?

240
00:18:51,196 --> 00:18:52,720
Sorry about that.

241
00:18:55,767 --> 00:18:58,327
So, what have you been up to?

242
00:18:58,537 --> 00:19:00,937
Oh, not much.

243
00:19:01,607 --> 00:19:04,098
- I got a job.
- That's great.

244
00:19:05,444 --> 00:19:06,968
Why are you so tan?

245
00:19:09,948 --> 00:19:11,916
I went to Aruba.

246
00:19:12,117 --> 00:19:14,847
Oh, no. You went
on our honeymoon alone?

247
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No.

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I went with..

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- Now, this may hurt.
- Me?

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No.

251
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I went with Mindy.

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Mindy?

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My maid of honor, Mindy?

254
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Yeah, we're kind of a thing now.

255
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You got plugs!

256
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Careful. They haven't quite taken yet.

257
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And you got lenses.

258
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You hate sticking your finger
in your eye.

259
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Not for her.

260
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Listen, I really wanted to thank you.

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Okay.

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A month ago, I wanted to hurt you
more than I've ever wanted to.

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And I'm an orthodontist.

264
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You know, you were right.
I thought we were happy.

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We weren't happy.

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But with Mindy..

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now I'm happy.

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- Spit.
- What?

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Me.

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Anyway..

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I guess this belongs to you.
Or maybe some day Mindy.

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Like she'd settle for that.

273
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Yeah, that's true.

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But I think it's a nice ring..

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and thank you for giving it to me.

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Thank you for giving it back.

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Hello!

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- Please, what's wrong with Helen?
- Helen Geller?

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- I don't think so.
- It's not gonna be Helen Geller.

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- Thank you.
- No, I mean, it's not Geller.

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It'll be Helen Willick?

282
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No, actually, we talked about
Helen Willick Bunch.

283
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Wait a minute.
Why is she in the title?

284
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It's my baby too.

285
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Really? I don't remember
you making any sperm.

286
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And we all know what
a challenge that is.

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- You two, stop it.
- She gets a credit. I'm in there too.

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Helen Willick Bunch Geller?
I think that borders on child abuse.

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Of course not.
I'm suggesting Geller Willick Bunch.

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See what he does? He knows no one's
gonna say all those names.

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They'll call her Geller.
He gets his way.

292
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My way? You think this is my way?

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Of all the ways I ever imagined
this moment being..

294
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this is not my You know what?
This is too hard.

295
00:22:12,264 --> 00:22:14,960
Knock, knock. How are we? Any nausea?

296
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- A little.
- Just a little.

297
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I was wondering about the
mother-to-be, but thanks for sharing.

298
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- Lie back.
- You know what? I'm gonna go.

299
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I don't think I can be involved
in this family thing.

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- Oh, my God!
- Look at that.

301
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I know.

302
00:22:57,609 --> 00:22:59,770
Well, isn't that amazing?

303
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What are we supposed to be
seeing here?

304
00:23:06,785 --> 00:23:11,415
I don't know, but I think it's about
to attack the Enterprise.

305
00:23:14,726 --> 00:23:17,661
If you tilt your head
and relax your eyes..

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it kind of looks
like an old potato.

307
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Then don't do that, all right?

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Monica, what do you think?

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- Are you welling up?
- No.

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- You are. You're welling up.
- I'm not.

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- You're gonna be an aunt.
- Oh, shut up.

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Hi, Mindy. Hi, it's Rachel.

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Yeah, I'm fine. I saw Barry today.

314
00:23:49,528 --> 00:23:54,192
Yeah, he told me. No, it's okay.
Really, it's okay.

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I hope you two are very happy.
I really do.

316
00:23:58,303 --> 00:24:01,932
And, Min, you know,
if everything works out..

317
00:24:02,140 --> 00:24:05,940
and you guys get married
and have kids..

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00:24:06,178 --> 00:24:09,306
I hope they have his hairline
and your nose!

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That was a cheap shot,
but I feel so much better now!