After calling Monica to verify their information, Ross and Phoebe race to the right airport. Afraid they are not going to make it in time to catch Rachel, who is actually on the plane, Phoebe calls Rachel, telling her there's something wrong with the plane's left phalange. The guy sitting next to Rachel freaks out and alarms the rest of the passengers, making everyone get off. This diversion is perfect for Ross, who catches Rachel just before she takes off again, also thanks to Phoebe's screaming, which makes Rachel turn around at the gates. Ross confesses his love for Rachel and how he wants to be with her, but it's too much for Rachel to take at the moment and she leaves him without a reply.Meanwhile, Chick Jr. and Duck Jr are stuck inside the foosball table, which Joey and Chandler don't want to break. Breaking it apart is a piece of cake for Monica, and she busts the table open. Joey and Chandler try to hide the awkward moment they have together as best friends, but they can't ...
Did You Know?
9.64 million people have watched the tenth series finale of Friends in the UK. Since then, it made three records. First, it was the highest rated programme of 2004 for Channel 4 (UK's distributing Channel). Second, it was the highest rated non-British programme for Channel 4. Finally, it was one of the highest rated ever for Channel 4 (excluding films, sports and special events), alongside the third series finale of UK's Big Brother
(2000), which attracted 10 million viewers - which was the highest rated for Channel 4. See more
When Ross and Phoebe go to see Rachel at JFK airport, they make a big point of having to stop and buy tickets so they have boarding passes to get through security. However, when they go to Newark airport they make it all the way to the gate but are blocked from seeing Rachel because they don't have boarding passes. Post-911, all airports require boarding passes to get through security, but it is never explained how Ross and Phoebe slip past security in Newark without them. See more
Maybe we can lure them out somehow. Do you know any bird calls?
Oh, tons. I'm quite the woodsman.
Written by Jorma Kaukonen
Performed by Jefferson Airplane See more