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Episode 203: The One Where Heckles Dies

Only annotated lines are quoted below, not the entire script

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1Written byMichael Curtis & Greg Malins
Transcribed by: Mindy Mattingly Phillips
With Minor Adjustments by: Eric Aasen
12JoeyHold it, hold it. I gotta side with Chandler on this one. When I first moved to the city, I went out a couple of times with this girl, really hot, great kisser, but she had the biggest Adam's apple. It made me nuts.
Nitpick: In the lines above, Joey talks about someone's "Adam's apple". But, in Episode 714: The One Where They All Turn Thirty, line(s) 73-74, Joey still thinks it's named after each individual person.
Episode 714, Lines 73-74
73JoeyBut it hurt’s my Joey’s Apple.
74Chandler(frustrated) Okay, for the last time. It’s not named for each individual man.
Observation: In Episode 704: The One With Rachel's Assistant, line(s) 183-185, Monica seems shocked after Ross tells her that Chandler kissed a guy. Actually, Joey kisses Chandler in Episode 110: The One With The Monkey, line(s) 264-265 (Ross even takes a picture), and Ross is hardly one to talk -- he kissed Joey in Episode 224: The One With Barry and Mindy's Wedding, line(s) 227-228. Finally, Joey mentions he kissed a guy in the lines above, though he doesn't realize he did so.
Episode 704, Lines 183-185
183RossAnd this girl is making eyes at Chandler, okay? So after awhile he-he goes over to her and uh, after a minute or two, I see them kissing. Now, I know what you’re thinking, Chandler’s not the type of guy who just goes to bars and makes out with girls, and you’re right, Chandler’s not the type of guy who just goes to bars and makes out with…girls.
184Monica(To Chandler) You kissed a guy?!! Oh my God.
185ChandlerIn my defense, it was dark and he was a very pretty guy.
Episode 110, Lines 264-265
264ChandlerAlright, somebody kiss me. Somebody kiss me, it's midnight! Somebody kiss me!
265JoeyAlrightalrightalright. (Kisses him. Ross takes a photo) There.
Episode 224, Lines 227-228
227ROSSAll right I've been feeling incredibly guilty about this, because I wanna be a good friend, and dammit I am a good friend. So just, just shut up and close your eyes (kisses Joey).
228JOEYWow, you are a good friend, 'course the audition was this morning, and I didn't get it. But that was a hell of a kiss. Rachel is a very lucky girl.
 
133ChandlerWhat if I never find someone? Or worse, what if I've found her, but I dumped her because she pronounced it ‘supposably?’
134JoeyChandler, come on, you're gonna find somebody.
135ChandlerHow do you know that? How?
136JoeyI don't know, I'm just tryin' to help you out.
137ChandlerYou'll see, you guys are all gonna go off and get married, and I'm gonna end up alone. Will you promise me something? When you're married, will you invite me over for holidays?
138JoeyWell, I don't know. I don't know what we're gonna be doin'. I mean, what if we're at her folks' place?
139ChandlerYeah, I understand.
140JoeyYou can come over and watch the Super Bowl. Every year, all right?
141ChandlerYou know what? I'm not gonna end up like this. I'll see you man.
Observation: Re the lines above, it sounds a little like Chandler says "Matt" (not "man"), referring to the actor (Matt LeBlanc) who plays Joey. [This annotation came from another source, and I am in the process of properly crediting it. It is it not something I annotated myself]
 
142JoeySupposably. Supposably. Did they go to the zoo? Supposably.
Observation: The actual word is "supposedly", not "supposably", though I'm not sure I'd call this a mispronunciation (the lines above).
 
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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