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Episode 108: The One Where Nana Dies Twice

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1Written byMarta Kaufmann & David Crane
Transcribed by: guineapig
With Help From: Rachel Stigge
Nitpick: In Episode 215: The One Where Ross and Rachel...You Know, line(s) 70, Chandler confirms that Chandler/Joey and Rachel/Monica live in apartments 19 and 20 (also below: Chandler and Joey apartment number is 19 from this episode and below: Monica and Rachel apartment number is 20 from this episode). In below: Monica and Rachel in apartment 5 from Episode 101: The Pilot and below: Joey and Chandler in apartment 4 from Episode 101: The Pilot, they live in apartments 4 and 5.
Episode 215, Lines 70-70
70CHANDLERUh, two larges, extra cheese on both. But listen, don't ring the buzzer for 19, ring 20, Geller-Green, they'll let you in, OK. If you buzz our door, there's no tip for you. OK, thanks. Pizza's on the way. I told you we wouldn't have to get up.
Image below: Chandler and Joey apartment number is 19
Image below: Monica and Rachel apartment number is 20
Image below: Monica and Rachel in apartment 5
Image below: Joey and Chandler in apartment 4
 
16RachelYeah, but then you spent Phoebe's entire birthday party talking to my breasts, so then I figured maybe not.
17ChandlerHuh. Did, uh... any of the rest of you guys think that when you first met me?
Nitpick: In the lines above, Rachel mentions Phoebe's birthday party. Since Rachel has only known Phoebe since the first episode, this means Phoebe had a birthday party sometime between Episode 101 and Episode 108. However, in Episode 117: The One With Two Parts: Part Two, line(s) 51-53, it's Phoebe's birthday again, even though less than a year has passed. It's possible Phoebe's joke in Episode 606: The One The Last Night, line(s) 33-35 is a reference to this blooper. Episode 905: The One With Phoebe's Birthday Dinner, line(s) 2-6 implies Phoebe's birthday is close to Halloween, even though Episode 117 comes after Valentine's Day (Episode 114, "The One With The Candy Hearts", is set on Valentine's Day).
Episode 117, Lines 51-53
51RossWo-wo-whoa. What about Phoebe's birthday?
52JoeyWhen's that?
53RossTonight.
Episode 606, Lines 33-35
33PhoebeAnd also, my birthday.
34MonicaIt’s not your birthday.
35PhoebeWhat a mean thing to say! I would never tell you it’s not your birthday!
Episode 905, Lines 2-6
2SCENECentral Perk.
3PhoebeOh hey you guys, I couldn't get a reservation for the night of my birthday, so we have to do dinner Thursday night instead.
4JoeyThursday? But that's Halloween.
5PhoebeSo?
6JoeySo spooky, that's all.
 
18MonicaI did.
19PhoebeYeah, I think so, yeah.
20JoeyNot me.
Nitpick: Joey says he didn't think Chandler was gay when they first met (the lines above), but Episode 306: The One With The Flashback, line(s) 52-58 shows otherwise.
Episode 306, Lines 52-58
52[SCENE]Scene: Chandler’s, Chandler is interviewing Joey.
53Chandler(running around the apartment pointing out things) Bedroom. Bathroom. Living room. This right here is the kitchen, and thanks for coming by, (opens door) Bye-bye.
54JoeyDon’t you ah, don’t you wanna ask me any questions?
55ChandlerSure. Ummm. What’s up?
56JoeyWell, ah, I’m an actor. I’m fairly neat. I ah, I got my own TV. Oh, and don’t worry I’m totally okay with the gay thing.
57ChandlerWhat gay thing?
58JoeyAh, y'know just in general people being gay, thing. I’m totally cool with that.
 
59(ACTION)Everyone stands up. Cut to Ross and Monica in Nana's room.
60RossShe looks so small.
61MonicaI know.
62RossWell, at least she's with Pop-Pop and Aunt Phyllis now.
63MonicaG'bye, Nana. (She kisses her on the forehead.)
64RossBye, Nana.
Nitpick: In Episode 703: The One With Phoebe's Cookies, line(s) 263-265, Mr Geller tells Chandler to "nod along" when he's giving legal advice to his in-laws, but in the lines above, Mr Geller's mother-in-law dies (and I'm guessing Pop-pop is Mr Geller's father-in-law, who's also dead).
Episode 703, Lines 263-265
263Mr. GellerI understand completely, there’s nothing more horrifying than embarrassing yourself in front of your in-laws. As a matter of fact, when I started dating Judy I was unemployed, and her father asked me what I did for a living and I told him I was a lawyer.
264ChandlerWhat did you do when they found out?
265Mr. GellerThey never did, so if you ever see me giving them legal advice just nod along. Shall we?
 
251ChandlerWho are those people?
252RossGot me.
253MonicaOh, that's Nana, right there in the middle. (Reads the back) 'Me and the gang at Java Joe's'.
254RachelWow, Monica, you look just like your grandmother. How old was she there?
255MonicaLet's see, 1939... yeah, 24, 25?
256RossLooks like a fun gang. (They all look at each other and smile)
Question: In the lines above, does anyone know if below: The Java Joe's Gang from this episode is actually a picture of the 6 Friends themselves?
Image below: The Java Joe's Gang
 
257JoeyOoh, look-look-look-look-look! I got Monica naked!
258Ross(looking) Nono, that would be me again. I'm, uh, just trying something.
Observation: The picture in the lines above is the same "trick" described in Episode 905: The One With Phoebe's Birthday Dinner, line(s) 168 (which may be why everyone knows about it in Episode 905: The One With Phoebe's Birthday Dinner, line(s) 220-222).
Episode 905, Lines 168-168
168Ross's MomI 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."
Episode 905, Lines 220-222
220RachelYou guys ever heard the story about when Ross's mom went to the beauty salon?
221ChandlerYou mean the willie story?
222RossHuh-huh, they already know it! (Ross wins...but then realizes that perhaps it's not a good thing that they already know this story.)
 
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The Complete Friends Script Index (CFSI)
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