There's the man.
Hey, you're getting better. I'm gonna keep this by the way.
Ok. He kept my dollar.
So your first whole weekend without Ben, what're you guys gonna do?
Uh, we're going down to Colonial Williamsburg.
Yeah, a woman I went to college with just became the first female blacksmith down there.
Well, you know, they're a little behind the times in Colonial Williamsburg.
Think I better go before mommy starts weeping.
Bye, mommy. We love you. Bye.
Have a good time. Ok, Ben.
Joey, do you know we can see you from here?
How come Richard looks so much cooler with one of these than me?
Well for starters, you may wanna light it and lose the spatula.
You know what, I think it's cute, you trying to be more like Richard.
Not like him, per se, just not unlike him.
Look it's the artist formerly known as Chandler.
Just trying something here, you know.
So Joey, why didn't you grow a moustache?
Oh we flipped for it. I got the cigar, he got the moustache. We figured if we both grew it, we'd look like dorks.
Yeah, you really sidestepped that landmine.
Hey listen, we gotta go, I promised Richard we'd meet him downstairs.
You're meeting Richard?
Yeah, we're going to a Ranger game.
Yeah, didn't he tell ya?
Well, he told me he was going out with the guys, I just didn't know that you were the guys.
You hear that? We're the guys.
We're the guys.
With that moustache doesn't Chandler remind you of Aunt Sylvia?
Hi, we're visiting. It's Ben and his dada. Dada. Can you say dada? Look, I'm gonna tell your mommies you said it anyway so you might as well try.
No luck huh?
Nah. A while ago I got a sah out of him, which I thought, you know, might turn into sahcondary caregiver but...
Hey, would you uh, would you hold him for a sec, 'cause I, I gotta take this off.
Oh, yeah sure, Ok.
What're you doing?
Uh, I'm holding Ben.
Yeah, well, he's a baby, not a bomb.
Well just hold him like you'd hold a football.
This is how I would hold a football.
Ok, here, here. There we go.
Ok, I'm sorry, I'm just not very good with babies. I mean I haven't been around them, I mean, you know, since I was one.
It's all right, it's no big deal.
Yeah, definitely, I'm sure you'll feel totally different when it's our baby.
You think about stuff like that?
Uhh, yeah. I mean, actually I kinda think that we'll have, we'll have two babies.
Two, two babies?
Yeah. Ya know, a boy and a girl. Hopefully the girl will come first so Ben here won't feel too competitive you know.
Then what's gonna happen?
Well, we won't wanna raise kids in the city so we'll probably move to uh, Scarsdale.
Yeah, that way, I figure, you know, we'll be far enough away from our parents that we don't have to see them all the time but close enough that they can come over and babysit whenever we want.
And yes, I know, the taxes are a little higher than, let's say, Nassau County but the school system's supposedly great.
Wow. Wow, that's great. Great. Ok, wow, you know what? Huh?
I'm off my break now so uh, um here, you take this and um, I am gonna go pour these very nice people some coffee.
Ok. Oh look at that, I don't have a pot. I don't have a pot. Well, hey, maybe I've got one at home, or in Scarsdale. Hey is that a door?
Hey Pheebs, what's happening?
Oh, ok, murder, cancer, soccer teams eating each other in the Andes.
So you watched the movies huh?
Uh huh, what is happening to the world? I mean, no no no, 'cause ET leaves, and and Rocky loses, Charlotte dies.
With the web, the spider, she dies, she does. She has babies and dies. It's like, you know, hey welcome, home from the hospital, thud.
Alright, you wanna feel better?
Ok, here, watch this.
It's a Wonderful Life. Yes I've heard of this.
So you can't lose, it's there in the title. Wonderfullness is baked right in.
Please, I almost fell for that with, uh, Pride of the Yankees, I thought I was gonna see a film about Yankee pride and then, boom, the guy gets Lou Gehrig's disease.
Uh, the guy was Lou Gehrig. Didn't you kinda see it coming?
Phoebe, just watch that, I promise it will restore all your faith in humanity.
Hey, big guy, game time.
Hey, be right there.
There's a game?
Uh, yeah, I just got my pickup sticks back from the shop. Bring your nerves of steel.
It's the basketball playoff.
Listen, um honey, I appreciate this but you don't have to keep hanging out with them for me, I mean, they have each other.
Oh, no, honey, I mean, don't worry, I like hanging out with those guys. It's fun for me.
They're different than my other friends, they don't start sentences with, 'You know who just died shoveling snow?'
All right that's great, then just go. Go Knicks.
Uh, it's the college playoffs.
Oh, then go Vassar.
Uh, they're not in it.
Ok, then just go.
Oh, why does this bother me so much? I mean II don't wanna be one of those people who tells their boyfriend they wanna spend 24 hours a day with them.
It's just that he doesn't have that much free time, you know, and I don't know, what do I do?
Does it matter? You're ultimately just gonna die or get divorced or have to blow your pets head off.
Aghh. Me too.
Waitwait a sec, I got a question. Richard made plans again with the guys.
Yeah well, Ross just made plans for the whole century.
And You know what, I think I'm gonna go to my room and read Cosmo, maybe there's something helpful in there.
Now at least maybe I can learn how to do an at home bikini wax with leftover Christmas candles.
Ok, what the hell happened back there?
I don't know, you tell me. One minute I'm holding Ben like a football, the next thing I know, I've got two kids, I'm living in Scarsdale complaining about the taxes.
Well I'm sorry, I think about stuff. You know, I mean, you're at work, you're assembling bones, your mind wanders.
Ross, you have planned out the next 20 years of our lives, we've been dating for six weeks.
Oh come on, what, you never think about our future?
Yes, but I, I think about who's apartment we're gonna sleep at tomorrow night and, and where we're gonna have dinner next Saturday night.
I do not think about what our children's names are gonna be. You know what our children's names are gonna be.