"Friends" The One Where Rachel Tells... (TV Episode 2001) - Plot Summary Poster


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  • Even on honeymoon, Monica is pushy and is annoyed that Chandler wouldn't jump the queue at the airport check-in especially when the couple before them, also on honeymoon, get bumped up to first class. They try to sneak into the first class lounge, but are caught but at least she can nick an orange. Joey and Phoebe find Monica and Chandler have tricked them out of the keys of the master apartment; Joey hoped a false gas leak alert would make super Treeger use his key, but he makes a fireman use an axe and the wrecked door calls for a big lie. Rachel is finally ready to tell who the father is- the others say they already know, except daddy Ross, who thinks she just wants another passionate night with him. After blaming everything on the condom manufacturer, as he nor Joey ever read the notice they are only 97% safe, Ross promises Rachel full support and of course proposes- which she turns down as they aren't in love. She refuses to admit she won't cope on her own, although she can't even see their baby on the first ultrasound.

  • Monica and Chandler leave for their honeymoon. Joey and Phoebe don't have a key to Monica and Chandler's apartment and need to get in so they tell Treeger that there's a gas leak. A fireman comes to break the door in to fix the gas leak so they will have to explain the broken door to Monica. Rachel finally tells Ross she is pregnant and Ross is shocked but promises to be there for her he even wants to marry her. Rachel doesn't want to marry Ross because they're not in love and she is certain that she can raise the child on her own. They go to the doctor together and look at the first picture of their baby.


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