Duncan: Well I guess on some level I always knew I was straight. I thought I was supposed to be something else, you know, I'm an ice dancer, all my friends are gay, I was just trying to fit in.
Phoebe: And um, and there's actually a, a woman?
Duncan: Her name's Debra.
Phoebe: Oh. Well is she, is she the first that you've been with?
Duncan: Well, I've never told you this but, there were one or two times, back in college, when I'd get really drunk, go to a straight bar and wake up with a woman next to me, you know.
Duncan: But I, I, I told myself it was the liquor and e-everyone experiments in college.
Duncan: But now I know I don't have a choice about this, I was born this way.
Phoebe: I, I don't know what to say. I mean, you know, you're married to someone for six years and you think you know him and then one day says, 'Oh, I'm not gay.'
Duncan: I'm, I'm still me.
Phoebe: Why couldn't you have just figured this out six years ago?
Monica: You know, it still smells like monkey in there.
Julie: Uh, that saves us a conversation.
Chandler: Well, listen, this's been great but I'm officially wiped.
Joey: Me too, we should get going.
Rachel: No, no, I mean, no, come on you guys, I mean, come on look it's only eleven thirty. Let's just talk, we never just hang out and talk anymore.
Monica: Rachel, that's all we do.
Rachel: Maybe that's all we do, what about Julie?
Julie: What about Julie?
Rachel: Well, you have been in our lives for nearly two months now and we don't really know you. I mean, who is Julie?
Rachel: I mean, what do you like, what don't you like? We wanna know everything.
Julie: Well, that could take a while.
Rachel: So? I mean, who here does not have the time to get to know Julie?
Chandler: I got the time to get to know Julie. -Joey: I got time.
Monica: Rach, I know her pretty well, can I go? That's fine.
Rachel: OK Julie, so now let's start with your childhood, what was that like?
Julie: Well, in a nutshell...
Rachel: Nah, uh, uh, uh, uh.
Phoebe: So, um, have you told your parents?
Duncan: No, but it'll be OK, they're pretty cool, my brother's straight so...
Phoebe: Here you go. You know what, I just have one more question, um, if you had figured this out sooner and um, I had been around, do you think that I would've been the one who...
Phoebe: No, um, that's alright, don't tell me, I don't think either answer would make me feel better, So...Here...
Duncan: I love you Phoebe.
Phoebe: So your brother's straight huh? Seriously.
Julie: And my second grade teacher was Ms. Thomas, and my first grade teacher was Mrs. Cobb.
Rachel: Mrs. , Mrs. Gobb?
Julie: No Cobb, like Cobb salad.
Rachel: Um, ok. Now, what exactly is in a Cobb salad?
Chandler: I'm going home. -Rachel: What?
Joey: Boy that Julie's a talker, huh?
Ross: Good night.
Rachel: Oh, so, it's pretty late, you're probably uh, not still planning on...
Ross: Oh, no-no, I am.
Rachel: Oh, well, are hey, are you nervous?
Ross: Um, no, I uh, I have done it before.
Rachel: Uh, OK, I mean uh, what, how are you gonna handle it. I mean, are, are ya gonna, are ya gonna talk about it beforehand, are you just gonna pounce?
Ross: I uh, I don't know, I guess I'm just gonna see, see what happens, you know.
Rachel: OK, gook luck.
Ross: Wha, uhh, what?
Rachel: Nothing, I mean, um, it is your first time with her and, you know if the first time doesn't go well, well then that's, that's pretty darn hard to recover from.
Ross: OK, now I'm nervous.
Rachel: Maybe you should put it off.
Ross: No, no, I don't wanna put it off, I just, God I'm just, I spent last year being so unbelievably miserable, you know, and now, now I'm actually happy.
Ross: You know, I mean, really happy. I just, I just don't wanna, I don't wanna mess it up, you know?
Rachel: I know, yeah, I'm sorry.
Ross: What, it's not your fault.
Rachel: Right. Maybe it, maybe it doesn't have to be this tough. I mean, maybe you were on the right track with this whole, you know, spontaneous thing. I mean, women really like that.
Rachel: Yeah, I mean, you know it, I mean, if it were me I, I, you know, I'd want you to, I don't know, catch me off-guard, you know, with like a really good kiss.
Rachel: You know really, sort of um, soft at first, then maybe um brush the hair away from my face, and look far into my eyes in a way that let's me know something amazing is about to happen.
Rachel: And then, I don't know, then you'd pull me really close to you so that, so that I'd be pressed up, you know, right against you.
Rachel: And, um, it would get kind of sweaty and uh, and blurry, and then it's just happening.
Ross: Thanks Rach, goodnight.
Rachel: Ohh, God.
Ross: Good morning.
Old Woman: Well somebody got some last night.