Ross: I, I think they're great! I, I really do. I...
Mr. Geller: Do you remember the Ludwins? The big one had a thing for you, didn't she?
Mrs. Geller: They all had a thing for him.
Ross: Aw, Mom...
Monica: I'm sorry, why is this girl going to call me?
Mrs. Geller: Oh, she just graduated, and she wants to be something in cooking, or food, or....I don't know. Anyway, I told her you had a restaurant.
Monica: No, Mom, I don't have a restaurant, I work in a restaurant.
Mrs. Geller: Well, they don't have to know that.
Monica: Ross, could you come and help me with the spaghetti, please?
Mrs. Geller: Oh, we're having spaghetti! That's.... easy.
Monica: Actually, we were going to have lasagna.
Mr. Geller: oh, I love lasagna.
Monica: But now we are not having it.
Mrs. Geller: Then why you bring it up. You know how he latches on.
Monica: I know this is going to sound unbelievably selfish on my part, but, were you planning on bringing up the whole baby/lesbian thing?
Monica: Because I think it might take some of the heat off me.
Mrs. Geller: What that Rachel did to her life.... We ran into her parents at the club, they were not playing very well.
Mr. Geller: I'm not gonna tell you what they spent on that wedding, but forty thousand dollars is a lot of money!
Mrs. Geller: Well, at least she had the chance to leave a man at the altar.
Monica: What's that supposed to mean?
Mrs. Geller: Nothing! It's an expression.
Monica: No, it's not.
Mr. Geller: Don't listen to your mother. You're independent, and you always have been!
Mr. Geller: Even when you were a kid and you were chubby, and you had no friends, you were just fine!
Mr. Geller: And you would read alone in your room, and your puzzles.
Mr. Geller: Look, there are people like Ross who need to shoot for the stars, with his museum, and his papers getting published.
shoot for stars：一飞冲天，很有成就的意思。
Mr. Geller: Other people are satisfied with staying where they are.
Mr. Geller: I'm telling you, these are the people who never get cancer.
Mr. Geller: They are happy with what they have, they are basically content like cows.
Ross: Cows? Dad?
Mr. Geller: She knows how much I love cows.
Mr. Geller:...And I read about these women trying to have it all, and I thank God 'Our Little Harmonica' doesn't seem to have that problem.
Mr. Geller: I'm telling you, sweetheart, you're gonna be fine.
Monica: Thank you, Daddy.
Mrs. Geller: Oh, so this does work.
Monica: So, Ross, what's going on with you?
Monica: Any stories? No news, no little anecdotes to share with the folks?
Ross: Look, I, uh I realize you guys have been wondering what exactly happened between Carol and me, and, so, well, here's the deal. Carol's a lesbian.
Ross: She's living with a woman named Susan.
Ross: She's pregnant with my child, and she and Susan are going to raise the baby.
Mrs. Geller: And you knew about this? !
Joey: Your folks are really that bad, huh?
Ross: Well, you know, these people are pros.
Ross: They know what they're doing, they take their time, they get the job done.
Monica: Boy, I know they say you can't change your parents...boy, if you could, I'd want yours.
Ross: Must pee.
Phoebe: You know, it's even worse when you're twins.
Rachel: You're twins?
Phoebe: Yeah. We don't speak. She's like this high-powered, driven career type.
Chandler: What does she do?
Phoebe: She's a waitress.
Phoebe: Yeah. People say we look alike. But I don't see it.
Rachel: All right, you guys, I kinda gotta clean up now. (They all start to leave. )
Monica: Chandler, you're an only child, right? You don't have any of this.
Chandler: Well, no, although I did have an imaginary friend, who...my parents actually preferred.
Rachel: Hit the lights, please.
Ross:...How long was I in there?
Rachel: I'm just cleaning up.
Ross: Oh, you err, you need any help?
Rachel: Uh...okay, sure! Thanks! (She hands him the broom and sits down. )
Ross: Anyway.... um...(Starts to sweep. ) So, you uh you nervous about Barry tomorrow?
Rachel: Oh...a little.
Rachel: A lot.
Rachel: So, got any advice? You know, as someone who's recently been dumped?
Ross: Well, you may wanna steer clear of the word “dumped”.
Ross: Chances are he's gonna be this, this broken shell of a man, you know, so you should try not to look too terrific, I know it'll be hard.
Ross: Or, you know, I can uh, hey, I'll go down there, and I'll give Barry back his ring, and you can go with Carol and Susan to the OB/GYN...
Rachel: You've got Carol tomorrow. When did it get so complicated?
Ross: Got me.
Rachel: Remember when we were in high school together?
Rachel: I mean, didn't you think you were just gonna meet someone, fall in love and that'd be it?
Ross: Yes, yes!
Rachel: Oh! Man, I never thought I'd be here.
Ross: Hmm...Me neither.
Ross: Hi, sorry I'm late, I got stuck at work. There was this big dinosaur...thing...anyway.
Carol: Ross, you remember Susan.
Ross: How could I forget?
Ross: Hello, Susan. Good shake. Good shake.
Ross: So, uh, we're just waiting for...?
Carol: Dr. Oberman.
Ross: Dr. Oberman. Okay. And is he...
Ross: She, of course, she. She uh familiar with our...special situation?
Carol: Yes, and she's very supportive.
Ross: Great. Okay, that's great. No, I'm Oh.
Carol: Ross? That opens my cervix.
Barry: Come on in.
Rachel: Are you sure?
Barry: Yeah! It's fine, it's fine. Robbie's gonna be here for hours.
Barry: So, how are you doing?
Rachel: I'm uh I'm okay... You look great.