Rachel wants to have a place to sit in front of the TV but Joey tells her Rosita, the armchair, does not move. Rachel tries to move it anyway and breaks it in half. The Gellers sell their house and Monica and Ross have to take their childhood memories home but Monica's boxes were ruined in a flood. Phoebe starts working as a telephone sales woman and talks to Earl who want to kill himself. Chandler sits in the armchair and thinks he broke it so he secretly exchanges Rosita with his chair. Meanwhile Joey and Rachel went to buy a new armchair as well so now they have two. Rachel keeps the super cool new armchair while Joey is stuck with his normal old one. When Chandler finds out he didn't break Rosita he wants to take it back but Joey broke Chandler's chair in order to get Rachel's cool chair. Phoebe talks Earl out of killing himself. Monica's dad gives her his Porsche to say that he loves her just as much as he loves Ross. Written by
Did You Know?
Phoebe gets a job selling toner to people over the phone when she eventually ends up talking Earl out of committing suicide. Earl is played by Jason Alexander
who played a character on Malcolm in the Middle
(2000) who sold toner over the phone. See more
A point is made about how Jack and Judy had trouble conceiving, saw a lot of doctors and that Ross was a "medical marvel" because they believed she was infertile. While in Friends: The One with Rachel's Book
when out to dinner with Monica and Chandler, they claim they got married when Judy had gotten pregnant because that the dog had chewed on her diaphragm. See more
Well, I don't know what's in the boxes down here, but I do know there are six or seven Easy Bake Ovens in the attic.
I used to love to play restaurant.
Dr. Ross Geller
Yeah, not as much as you used to love to play "un-cooked batter eater."
Hey, it is unreasonable to expect a child to wait for a lightbulb to cook brownies!