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Friends: The One With Phoebe's Birthday Dinner

While Phoebe and Joey await their friends at a fancy restaurant, Rachel frets about leaving Emma with a sitter. Monica and Chandler are also running late due to a heated spat.

Source: NBC

Episode Info  

Episode number: 9x5
Production Number: 175255
Airdate: Thursday October 31st, 2002

Guest Stars
Brian ChenowethBrian Chenoweth
As Ken
Christina PicklesChristina Pickles
As Judy Geller
Elizabeth and Genevieve DavidsonElizabeth and Genevieve Davidson
As Emma Geller Green
Monique EdwardsMonique Edwards
As Claudia
Kevin FarrellKevin Farrell
As Maitre d'
Main Cast
Jennifer AnistonJennifer Aniston
As Rachel Green
Courteney CoxCourteney Cox
As Monica Geller-Bing
Lisa KudrowLisa Kudrow
As Phoebe Buffay-Hannigan
Matt LeBlancMatt LeBlanc
As Joey Tribbiani
Matthew PerryMatthew Perry
As Chandler Bing
David SchwimmerDavid Schwimmer
As Ross Geller
Episode Quotes
Chandler: I messed up. It was a meeting. Everyone was smoking!
Monica: So what? Don't you have any will power?
Chandler: Will power? I've watched home videos of you eating Ding-Dongs without taking the tin foil off!

Rachel: What if she jumped out of the basinet?
Ross: Can't hold her own head up, but yeah, jumped.
Rachel: Oh my God! I left the water running!
Ross: Rach, you did not leave the water running. Please, just pull yourself together, okay?
Rachel: Did I leave the stove on?
Ross: You haven't cooked since 1996!
Rachel: Is the window open? Because if the window's open, a bird could fly in there and...
Ross: Oh my God, you know what, I think you're right! I think, you know what, listen, listen... a pigeon... no, no, wait, 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 this as an act of aggression, and grabs the baby in it's talon! Meanwhile, the faucet fills the apartment with water! Baby and bird, still ablaze, are locked in a death-grip, swirling around the whirlpool that fills the apartment!
Rachel: Boy, are you gonna be sorry if that's true.

Judy Geller: I understand, separation is hard. One time, I was about to leave Ross to go to the beauty parlor, and he got so 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: Somehow, over time, it got easier to be apart from you.

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