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The One With The Nap Partners

Episode 7.06

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Monica tells Rachel and Phoebe to decide who is going to be her Maid of Honor. They can't come to an agreement, so Joey and Ross hold "auditions" for the part. Someone overhears that Monica is marrying Chandler, and wishes a sarcastic "good luck." She turns out to be Julie Graff, whom Chandler dumped when he was 15 because she got fat. Monica convinces him to apologize to her. After watching Die Hard, Ross and Joey fall asleep on the couch and have a very good nap. At first they are very upset that it happened, but eventually they decide to try it again.

The one where they said....

Monica: You broke up with a girl because she was fat?
Chandler: Yeah. Yeah, but it was a really, really long time ago! Does she still feel bad?
Monica: Apparently she does.
Chandler: Well, you know what they say, elephants never forget. [Pause] Seriously, good luck marrying me.

Joey: Uh, hey, look, uh Ross, look I think we need to talk about before.
Ross: No! No we don't!
Joey: Yes we do! Now look, that was the best nap I ever had!
Ross: I... I don't know what you're talking about.
Joey: Come on! Admit it! That was the best nap you ever had!
Ross: I've had better.
Joey: Okay! When?
Ross: All right! All right! It was the best nap ever!
Joey: Uh-huh!
Ross: I've said it! Okay? But it's over, Joey!
Joey: I want to do it again.
Ross: We can't do it again.
Joey: Why not?
Ross: Because it's weird!
Joey: Fine! Do you want something to drink?
Ross: Sure, what do you got?
Joey: Warm milk and Excedrin P.M.

Ross: It is time for you to give your maid of honor speech.
Rachel: Oh, wait a minute, we haven't prepared...
Ross: Go!
Rachel: Okay! Okay! Um, Webster's Dictionary defines marriage as... Okay, forget that! That sucks! Okay? Never mind! Forget it! Um, um, okay, uh... I met, I... I met, I met Monica when we were just a couple of six year olds, and, uh, became friends with Chandler when he was 25, although he seemed like a six year old.
Joey: Oh! That's nice.
Rachel: Thank you. Thank you very much. Um, I've known them separately and I've 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 raise my glass 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.
Joey: Wow. Great speech.
Ross: Yeah, it really was!
Rachel: Oh, thanks!
Ross: Okay, Phoebe, I guess you're next. Although I really don't see the point.
Joey: Yeah.
Phoebe: Okay. I can't believe that Monica and Chandler are getting married. I remember talking about this day with Rachel while we were showering together... naked.
Joey: And she's back in the game.


Written by Brian Buckner & Sebastian Jones
Directed by Gary Halvorson
Stacy Galina as Julie Graff
Aired 11/9/2000, 3/1/2001, 8/16/2001