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The One With The Racecar Bed

Episode 3.07

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Monica and Phoebe shop at the store owned by Janice's soon-to-be-ex-husband, and Monica ends up with the wrong bed. Rachel and Ross have dinner with her father, which doesn't go well; the next day at brunch, Ross and Dr. Green find something to bond over. Gunther broods over Rachel. Joey Teaches a class--"Acting for Soap Operas". While trying to return the bed, Joey and Monica see Janice kissing her husband.

The one where they said....

Chandler: If I was a superhero who could fly and be invisible, that would be the best.

Ross: Hey--when you guys were kids and you played Happy Days, who were you? I was always Richie.
Monica: I was always Joanie.
Joey: Question. Was, ah, "Egg the Gellers!" the war cry of your neighborhood?

Ross: We?
Rachel: Are, uh, having dinner with my Dad tomorrow night. I hope that's okay.
Ross: Oh shoot, tomorrow's not so good, I'm supposed to, um, fall off the Empire State building and land on a bicycle with no seat. Sorry.

Phoebe: Ya know, in England this car would be on the other side of the store.

Phoebe: Uh, Monica it, it feels so weird, ya know. Chandler's your friend. Oh! Oh my God! Alright, take this bed. You can make other friends.

Joey: Oh, by the way, before I forget--to work in soap operas some of you are going to have to become much more attractive.

Joey: Yeah, it's this great part, this boxer named Nick. And I'm so, so right for it, ya know, he's just like me. Except he's a boxer, and he has an evil twin.

Dr. Green: Rust... is boat cancer, Ross.
Ross: Wow, I'm sorry. When I was a kid I lost a bike to that.

Monica: When did I sign for it?
Phoebe: When I was you! You know what? It's all Joey's fault, 'cause he left his nose open!
Monica: Did you make brownies today?

Chandler: Okay, well if this bed isn't new, then how come there's plastic on the mattress?
Monica: Sometimes I have bad dreams.

Dr. Green: What do you need help for?
Rachel: With my alignment. Iíve got one leg shorter than the other.
Dr. Green (scoffing): Oh God!
Ross: rgue with that.
Rachel: What? Itís true, my right leg is two inches shorter.
Dr. Green: Come on! Youíre just titling! Her legs are fine!
Ross: I know that!
Dr. Green: So, why do you let her go to a chiropractor for?
Rachel: Iím sorry, let her?
Ross: What can I do, she doesnít listen to me about renterís insurance either.
Dr. Green: Wait a minute, you don't have renter's insurance?
Rachel: No.
Dr. Green: But what if somebody steals something? How are you gonna run after him with one leg shorter than the other?


Written by Seth Kurland
Directed by Gail Mancuso
Ron Leibman as Dr. Leonard Green
Khalil Kain as Cal
Maggie Wheeler as Janice
Mark Cohen as The Mattress King
Rosey Brown as Delivery Man
James Michael Tyler as Gunther
Simon Harvey as Jester
Shashi Bhatia as Acting Student #1
Steven Harad as Acting Student #2
Aired 11/7/96, 3/20/97