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Episode 515: The One With The Girl Who Hits Joey

Only annotated lines are quoted below, not the entire script

1Written byAdam Chase
Transcribed by: Eric Aasen
218AllOh yeah, aww!
219SteveOkay, you got your free food! You ruined everyone's fun! Don't you think it's time you went home?!
220Guest #3Yeah, leave!
221AllYeah, get out! Now!
222SteveGo back to 3-B, 3-B!
Observation: In Episode E515/L217-222: , line(s) 515, Steve refers to Ross as "3-B". This is a reference to Josh "4-B" Goldstein on NYPD Blue, also played by David Schwimmer.
Nitpick: (from Chloe Rogers) When Ross visits Ugly Naked Guy to get his apartment (Episode E514/L193-194: , line(s) 514, below: 1005 from Episode I1005/E514/Ross about to enter Ugly Naked Guy's Apartment/: and below: 1006 from Episode I1006/E514/Ross talks to Ugly Naked Guy/: ), the apartment number looks sort of like "201". When Ross moves in, it's 3-B (Episode E515/L217-222: , line(s) 515, below: 1007 from Episode I1007/E515/Ross in apartment 3-B/: ), but in Episode E517/L38-42: , line(s) 517 (below: 1008 from Episode I1008/E517/Joey looks for "hot girl"/: ), the apartments no longer have numbers on the door at all!
Episode 514, Lines 193-194
193[SCENE]Scene: Outside Ugly Naked Guy's apartment, Ross is knocks on the door and Ugly Naked Guy answers it. He's ugly. He's naked. And he's holding a huge jumbo soda.
194RossGood evening, sir. My name is Ross Geller. I'm one of the people who applied for the apartment. And I-I realize that the competition is fierce but—I'm sorry. I, I can't help but notice you're naked and (He claps his hands.) I applaud you. Man, I wish I was naked. I mean, this-this looks so great. That is how God intended it.
Episode 517, Lines 38-42
38[SCENE]Scene: Ross's Building, Joey is trying to find the hot girl's apartment. So he's walking up the hallway counting doors. He comes to what he thinks is the right one and knocks on it. Ross opens the door, it's his apartment.
39RossHey Joey! Great stuff huh?
40JoeyThis is your place?
41RossOf course it is. Yeah, come on in. Ooh-ooh, go by the window you can pretend to be surfing. (He pretends he's surfing by the window.)
42JoeyBut I counted, you're not supposed to live here! Oh man! (Runs away.)
Image below: Ross about to enter Ugly Naked Guy's Apartment
Image below: Ross talks to Ugly Naked Guy
Image below: Ross in apartment 3-B
Image below: Joey looks for "hot girl"
232ChandlerOkay, I've been doing a lot of thinking about us, y'know a lot of uhh, us thinking. And uh, well I guess there's only one-one way to do this. (He slowly and awkwardly gets down on one knee.)
233MonicaWait what-wh-wh-what are you doing?!
234Chandler(getting out a ring box) Monica…
235MonicaNo-no, don't-don't-don't do it!
236ChandlerWill you marry me?
Observation: In Episode E623/L228: , line(s) 623, Chandler wants to propose to Monica w/ the perfect ring. But he's already proposed to Monica w/ a different ring in Episode E515/L232-236: , line(s) 515 (below: 1009 from Episode I1009/E515/Chandler proposes to Monica/: ), and w/ no ring at all in Episode E523/L473-490: , line(s) 523.
Episode 623, Lines 228-228
228ChandlerNo, it’s not! When I looked at the other ring I could see Monica’s face when I gave it to her, y’know? And I could see her saying yes. When I look at this ring, all I see is a ring! Unless I look at it really closely and then I can see my own eye. (Does so and laughs.) Look, this is the most important thing I’m gonna do in my life. I wanna make sure it’s perfect.
Episode 523, Lines 473-490
473ChandlerYou roll another hard eight and we get married here tonight.
474MonicaAre you serious?!
475ChandlerYes! I love you! I've never loved anybody as much as I love you.
476MonicaI've never loved anybody as much as I love you.
477ChandlerOkay, so if an eight comes up, we take it as a sign and we do it! {Whoa! Where have I heard that before? Matthew Perry talking about signs in Las Vegas. I guess it must've been some movie I saw.} What do you say?
479ChandlerOkay! Come on! Let's go! All right!
480(ACTION)She rolls the dice, but one bounces out of the table.
481Chandler(spots one) Okay! That's a four! And where-where's the other one?
482Drunken GamblerIt went under the table.
483MonicaNobody move! (To Chandler) Okay, you look that way; I'll look this way!
484ChandlerAll right!
485(ACTION)He searches to his right; she searches to her left. They're both on their hands and knees when they spot the die. It's propped up against the table leg, and it's not lying flat. Both the four and the five are showing.
486ChandlerHere it is! Here it is!
487MonicaThat could be a four or a five. It's your call.
489ChandlerIt's a four.
490MonicaI think so too.
Image below: Chandler proposes to Monica
271RossThis is fun. Hey Rach, remember that whole "We were on a break thing?" Well, I'm sorry, will you marry me? (Laughs--whines as he sees that no one is laughing. They're just staring at him in shock.)
Observation: In Episode E515/L271: , line(s) 515, Ross jokingly asks Rachel to marry him. I wonder if this is foreshadowing, as they do get married a few episodes later in Episode E601/L101-103: , line(s) 601.
Episode 601, Lines 101-103
101MonicaRach! We weren’t gonna miss our friends getting married!
102Rachel(gasps) Who got married?! (Ross is as surprised to hear this as she is.)
103Chandler(not quite sure) You did.
Original scripts courtesy:
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