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Episode 121: The One With The Fake Monica

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1Written byAdam Chase and Ira Ungerleider
Transcribed by guineapig
3JoeyHow could someone get a hold of your credit card number?
4MonicaI have no idea. But look how much they spent!
5RachelMonica, would you calm down? The credit card people said that you only have to pay for the stuff that you bought.
Observation: In Episode E202/L121-122: , line(s) 202, when Monica makes the flimsy excuse of someone stealing her credit card, I kept waiting for Rachel to say "What? Again?" (Episode E121/L3-5: , line(s) 121).
Episode 202, Lines 121-122
121RachelMon, if uh you were at lunch alone, how come it cost you uh 53 dollars?
122MonicaYou know what probably happened? Someone musta stolen my credit card.
8ChandlerWow, what a geek. They spent $69.95 on a Wonder Mop.
9MonicaThat's me.
Observation: Is the "wonder mop" (Episode E121/L8-9: , line(s) 121, Episode E316/L88: , line(s) 316) also the "wonder broom" (Episode E405/L58-60: , line(s) 405)? (brooms and mops are different, and the wonder mop belongs to Monica (not Chandler); but maybe it's a wonder broom/mop, and Monica loaned it to Chandler?)
Episode 316, Lines 88-88
88MonicaOkay, all right don’t judge me to much. Okay? Um, but I saw this info-mercial, and um, I swear to you I have never-ever bought anything on TV before, except for this mop. But there was this stuff on leg waxing, it just, it looked so amazing....
Episode 405, Lines 58-60
58KathyNo, but this wonder broom is amazing!
59ChandlerHey! (Runs over and gets his wonder broom)
60KathyOh my God!
223PAThis is the final boarding call for flight 67 to San Diego, boarding at gate 42A.
Observation: Douglas Adams fans, take note. The number 42 is mentioned in Episode E121/L223: , line(s) 121, Episode E218/L86: , line(s) 218, thrice in Episode 309 (Episode E309/L172: , line(s) 309, Episode E309/L240: , line(s) 309, Episode E309/L282: , line(s) 309), again in Episode E902/L42: , line(s) 902 and Episode E918/L28: , line(s) 918. In Episode E924/L313-314: , line(s) 924 and Episode E924/L340-342: , line(s) 924, 42 is game point.
Episode 218, Lines 86-86
86JOEYPage 42, page 42, page 42.
Episode 309, Lines 172-172
172MonicaAll right, come on guys, let’s go! Tie score, and we’re runnin’ out of time. Forty-two!! Thirty-eight!! Hike! (the timer sounds as Monica throws the ball to Phoebe.)
Episode 309, Lines 240-240
240MonicaForty-two to twenty-one! Like the turkey, Ross is done!
Episode 309, Lines 282-282
282RossHey! It’s 42-21!
Episode 902, Lines 42-42
42Ms. McKennaBoston is down, Atlanta is down, Houston is down, I could go on and on but instead of boring you I’ll go straight to my forty two point plan.
Episode 918, Lines 28-28
28RossNo! Do you know what your odds are of winning the lottery? I...I mean you have a better chance of being struck by lightning 42 times.
Episode 924, Lines 313-314
313(ACTION)Chandler and Phoebe look bored to death. Monica scores and laughs
314MikeOk, so it's a tie again, 41 to 41.
Episode 924, Lines 340-342
340(ACTION)Chandler prepares to play
341ChandlerAll right Mike, let's get this over with. Sudden death. Whoever wins this point, wins.
240Casting Director No. 1That's fine, thank you.
241Casting Director No. 2Next. (Joey walks onstage)
242JoeyHi, uh, I'll be reading for the role of Mercutio.
243Casting Director No. 2Name?
Observation: The casting directors in Episode E121/L240-243: , line(s) 121 are played by series creators Kevin Bright, Marta Kauffman, and David Crane (below: 25 from Episode I25/E121/Kevin Bright, Marta Kauffman, David Crane/: ).
Image below: Kevin Bright, Marta Kauffman, David Crane
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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