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Episode 119: The One Where The Monkey Gets Away

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1Written byJeffrey Astrof & Mike Sikowitz
Transcribed by: guineapig
57RossWell, I think it's perfect. Y'know, it's just gonna be the two of us, she spent all day taking care of my monkey...
58ChandlerI can't remember the last time I got a girl to take care of my monkey.
Observation: In Episode 212: The One After the Superbowl, line(s) 237-238, Chandler implies he's never made a monkey-is-penis joke. Actually, he's done this directly in the lines above and indirectly in Episode 115: The One With The Stoned Guy, line(s) 82-83.
Episode 212, Lines 237-238
237ROSSThis is so exciting, I haven't seen my monkey in almost a year.
238CHANDLERWhat, you never look down in the shower? Oh please. I'm not allowed to make one joke in the monkey-is-penis genre?
Episode 115, Lines 82-83
82RossOh, I just thought we could go out to dinner, and then maybe bring her back to my place and I'd introduce her to my monkey.
83ChandlerAnd he's not speaking metaphorically.
 
172Woman No. 1No. No, haven't seen a monkey. Do you know anything about fixing radiators?
173JoeyUm, sure! Did you, uh, did you try turning the knob back the other way?
174Woman No. 1Of course.
175JoeyOh. Then, no.
Observation: Joey can't fix radiators (except for turning the knob) in the lines above, but turns off Monica/Rachel's radiator (Episode 209: The One With Phoebe's Dad, line(s) 260) even though the knob's broken. (maybe he learned radiator repair during one of the lulls in his acting career?).
Episode 209, Lines 260-260
260JOEYHey, Monica, the knob was broken so I just turned it off from underneath, I hope that's alright.
 
218RossOh, no no no. Nono, this is just vintage Rachel. I mean, things just sort of happen around you. I mean, you're off in Rachel-land, doing your Rachel-thing, totally oblivious to people's monkeys, or to people's feelings...
Observation: There's an excellent bit of continuity in Episode 809: The One With The Rumor, line(s) 159 when Will makes a reference to "Rachel-land", just like Ross did in the lines above.
Episode 809, Lines 159-159
159WillI said it was typical. Typical of you, Rachel Green, Queen Rachel does whatever she wants in little Rachel land. (Does a fake hair flip.)
 
273[SCENE]Scene: Central Perk, Monica, Joey, Phoebe, and Chandler are looking through Monica's high school yearbook
274MonicaThis is me in The Sound of Music. See the von Trapp kids?
275PhoebeNope.
276MonicaThat's because I'm in front of them.
Observation: Joey's surprised that Monica was fat in high school (Episode 214: The One With The Prom Video, line(s) 201-202), but has seen fat Monica in her yearbook (the lines above). (Joey's probably just making a joke).
Episode 214, Lines 201-202
201MR, GELLERWait, how do you zoom out? [zooms out and we see an extremely overweight Monica eating a big sandwich] There she is.
202JOEYSome girl ate Monica.
 
Original scripts courtesy:
The Complete Friends Script Index (CFSI)
which is maintained by Eric Aasen, originally created by gunieapig (this site is currently down).
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