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Episode 107: The One With The Blackout

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1Written byJeffrey Astrof and Mike Sikowitz.
Transcribed by: Ruth Curran
56MonicaOK, I'll go. OK, senior year of college... on a pool table.
57AllWhoooaa!
58RossThat's my sister.
Observation: In the flashback episode (Episode E306/L244-246: , line(s) 306), Ross and Phoebe nearly have sex on a pool table. In Episode E107/L56-58: , line(s) 107, Ross seems surprised his sister would do the same thing.
Episode 306, Lines 244-246
244PhoebeAnd you’re so sweet. (kisses him on the other cheek) And you’re kind (kisses him on the lips)
245RossThanks. (kisses her on the lips)
246(ACTION)They pause, and they the start kissing passionately, and taking off each others clothes, and they start to lie down on the pool table.
 
64RossDisneyland, 1989, 'It's a Small World After All.'
65AllNo way!
66RossThe ride broke down. So, Carol and I went behind a couple of those mechanical Dutch children... then they fixed the ride, and we were asked never to return to the Magic Kingdom.
Nitpick: In Episode E107/L64-66: , line(s) 107, Ross says he and Carol banned from Disneyland in 1989. But in Episode E704/L93: , line(s) 704, we find out Ross visited Disneyland his junior year in college. Either Ross' junior year was before 1989 (which would be inconsistent with other chronology), or both incidents refer to the same trip (or Ross went to Disneyland twice in 1989?), or the ban applied only to both him and Carol (but not to either of them individually), or Ross simply ignored the ban.
Episode 704, Lines 93-93
93MonicaReally? Okay, so why don’t you tell me what happened to Ross Junior year at Disneyland?
 
118Phoebe(singing) New York City has no power, and the milk is getting sour. But to me it is not scary, 'cause I stay away from dairy.... la la la, la la, la la... (she writes the lyrics down)
Nitpick: In Episode E107/L118: , line(s) 107, Phoebe sings that she stays away from dairy, but the song obviously doesn't reflect her personal views. In Episode E103/L290: , line(s) 103, she eats ice cream w/ everyone as they mope over Monica's breakup w/ Alan (below: 8 from Episode I8/E103/Phoebe eating ice cream/: ). In Episode E112/L207: , line(s) 112, we see she carries milk in a thermos (Rachel's probably too stunned to get some from the fridge), and in Episode E212/L491-492: , line(s) 212 and Episode E906/L12: , line(s) 906, she puts milk in her coffee. In below: 45 from Episode I45/E216/Phoebe pours herself some milk/: and below: 46 from Episode I46/E216/Phoebe drinks the milk she poured/: , Phoebe pours herself some milk and drinks it. She also takes a swig of milk in Episode E507/L233: , line(s) 507, but this is mostly to protect Central Perk. I also don't count Episode E202/L102: , line(s) 202, because human breast milk doesn't really qualify as dairy.
Episode 103, Lines 290-290
290[SCENE]Scene: Monica and Rachel's, everyone is mopping around and eating ice cream.
Episode 112, Lines 207-207
207PhoebeOk, I've got milk (takes thermos from her bag and starts to pour a cup) Here you go... (Rachel drinks straight from thermos) Oh!(Rachel finishes thermos) Better?
Episode 212, Lines 491-492
491CHANDLERHey Phoebs, can I have the milk after you?
492PHOEBEI'm almost done with it, keep your panties on.
Episode 906, Lines 12-12
12Scene
Central Perk. Phoebe and Mike are on the couch, holding hands, while Phoebe puts milk in her coffee.
Episode 507, Lines 233-233
233PhoebeOh, no-no, this place is totally healthy! That—this milk is mine. I bought this today, 'cause I was thirsty for milk, y'know. (She takes a swig of it, but has to turn away from him as she makes a face to show that it has gone bad.) Okay, let's go!
Episode 202, Lines 102-102
102PhoebeDuh, I think I know how to heat breast milk. Ok. (Squirts some on her wrist and tastes it.)
Image below: Phoebe eating ice cream
Image below: Phoebe pours herself some milk
Image below: Phoebe drinks the milk she poured
 
147PhoebeThis is so typical. I'm always the last one to know everything.
Observation: In Episode E114/L113-124: , line(s) 114, Monica, Rachel, Joey, Ross find out Chandler spent the night w/ Janice. I guess Phoebe was right about always being the last to know (Episode E107/L147: , line(s) 107).
Episode 114, Lines 113-124
113MonicaRach, come see who's out here!
114(ACTION)Rachel comes out.
115RachelOh my god. Janice, hi!
116ChandlerJanice is gonna go away now.
117MonicaI'll be right back.
118(ACTION)Joey enters from the stairs.
119RachelOh, Joey, look who it is.
120Joey(in disbelief) Whoa.
121ChandlerOh, good, Joey's home now.
122JaniceThis is so fun. This is like a reunion in the hall.
123(ACTION)Monica comes out with her cordless phone.
124MonicaOh, hi, Ross. Yeah. There's someone I want you to say hi to. (to Chandler) He just happened to call.
 
149PhoebeYuh-huh! I was the last one to know when Chandler got bitten by the peacock at the zoo. I was the last one to know when you had a crush on Joey when he was moving in. (Monica gestures at Phoebe to shut up; Joey looks surprised but pleased) Looks like I was second to last.
Observation: As nearly as I can tell, there are 2 references to a peacock biting Chandler: Episode E107/L149: , line(s) 107 and Episode E110/L246: , line(s) 110.
Episode 110, Lines 246-246
246Chandler(To a woman who he has clearly just met) And then the peacock bit me. (Laughs) Please kiss me at midnight. (She leaves)
 
173RachelOh. (they knock at the next door, Mr. Heckles answers) Hi. We just found this cat and we're looking for the owner.
174Mr. HecklesEr, yeah, it's mine.
175Phoebe(trying to hold back the struggling cat) He seems to hate you. Are you sure?
176Mr. HecklesYeah, it's my cat. Give me my cat.
177PhoebeWait a minute. What's his name?
178Mr. HecklesEhhhh... B-Buttons.
179RachelBob Buttons?
180Mr. HecklesMmm. Bob Buttons. Here, Bob Buttons.
181Phoebe(the cat runs away from her) Oooh! You are a very bad man!
182Mr. Heckles(as Phoebe and Rachel leave) You owe me a cat.
Observation: In Episode E116/L217-219: , line(s) 116, Heckles claims he could have cats, a nice reference back to Episode E107/L173-182: , line(s) 107 when he tried to steal Paolo's.
Episode 116, Lines 217-219
217Mr.HecklesI can hear you through the ceiling. My cats can’t sleep.
218RachelYou don’t even have cats.
219Mr.HecklesI could have cats.
 
210Paolo(something in Italian, he is apparently attracted to Phoebe)
211Phoebe(smiling) You betcha!
Nitpick: Phoebe doesn't understand Paolo (Episode E107/L210-211: , line(s) 107), but speaks fluent Italian to Joey's grandmother (Episode E519/L82-83: , line(s) 519). (maybe she learned it sometime between those two episodes?)
Episode 519, Lines 82-83
82(ACTION)Phoebe then gets possessed 'cause she starts speaking in tongues. She speaks Italian to Joey's grandmother. She is quickly exorcised and returns to speaking in English. Of course, too most people English is a strange language as well. But none of them are probably reading this and if they were they wouldn't understand it. So why am I talking about them? I have absolutely no clue. Moving on…
83JoeyWow Pheebs, you speak Italian?
 
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