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The One Where Chandler Crosses The Line

Episode 4.07

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Chandler becomes further frustrated when he accidentally sees Kathy coming out of the shower. Joey is late for a date with Kathy because he's on a date with someone else; Chandler and Kathy spend time alone together and they kiss; Chandler feels so guilty that he refurnishes the apartment; Kathy breaks up with Joey, and he suspects there is another man; Chandler admits it was him, causing a rift between himself and Joey. Ross rediscovers his musical "sound," but he isn't really as good as he and Phoebe seem to believe; Phoebe doesn't want to perform because she feels dwarfed by Ross's musical gift.

Additional plotline on the DVD release: Rachel experiments with eating in restaurants alone.

The one where they said....

Chandler: All right, look, I just think it's time for you to settle down, ya know. Make a choice. Pick a lane.
Joey:Who's Elaine?

Phoebe (singing): Little tiny Tarzan, swinging on an nose hair, swinging with the greatest of ease...

Monica: Orange juice just came out of my nose, but it was totally worth it.

Ross:I left my helicopter sounds on another disk. I'll be right back.

Kathy: So. What did ya do today?
Chandler: Oh, I had an appointment to get my hair cut.
Kathy: Ah, it looks great!
Chandler: And then it got cancelled.
Kathy: Well, I could cut it!
Chandler: Really? Do you do that?
Kathy: Yeah, I do. Oh, of course, I learned at my Aunt's dog grooming shop, but hey, what to ya say?
Chandler: Dog grooming, huh? Okay, just don't make my tail too poofy.

Kathy:You have really great hair.
Chandler: Well thanks, I grow it myself.

Joey: Oh, man! I can't believe I locked myself out again!

Joey: A TV that appears as if from nowhere! That's the dream!

Joey: I think somebody's got a little crush on Casey. How 'bout I fix you two up? What do ya think?
Chandler: That all the pieces of my life are falling right into place!

Chandler: You're right. I have no excuses. I was totally over the line.
Joey: Over the line? You... you.. you're so far past the line that you can't even see the line! The line is a dot to you!


Written by Adam Chase
Directed by Kevin S. Bright
Paget Brewster as Kathy
James Michael Tyler as Gunther (who had no lines and was only in the background, so why was he in the credits?)
Aired 11/13/97, 6/4/98