Rachel and Joey fear for Ross's state of mind after he finds out about their relationship. Chandler and Monica visit some friends of Phoebe to get advice on adoption. Frank and the triplets come to visit.
Ross deals with finding out about Rachel and Joey's relationship almost as well as when he found out about Monica and Chandler. Ross invites Rachel and Joey to a dinner party with him and Charlie. At dinner, Ross gets drunk quickly and embarrasses himself. Rachel and Charlie go home which leaves Joey taking care of Ross. In the morning, Joey and Ross talk and Ross says he will get used to Joey and Rachel. Frank Jr. and his kids come to town and he asks Phoebe to have one of them, but he is not willing to give up any of them. Chandler and Monica visit friends of Phoebe's who adopted a son but Chandler accidentally reveals to their son that he was adopted after which he tells Frank Jr.'s kids that Phoebe gave birth to them which they also did not know. Written by
Coleen tells Chandler where the bathroom is in her apartment. Her line is 'down the hall and to your left.' However, she gestures to the right with her hand. See more »
Frank Buffay Jr.:
[looking at his sleeping triplets]
I love you so much...
[he strokes Frank Jr. Jr. and he moves slightly]
Frank Buffay Jr.:
Oh crap! Don't wake up! Don't wake up!
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The One Where Frank Jr. Wants To Give One Of His Kids To Phoebe...
I like this episode. Not the Ross and Rachel parts, but the Frank Jr. and Phoebe parts.
In this episode, Ross has a dinner party with Charlie, Rachel and Joey. it's awkward and he gets drunk. Smart movie, dumb ass. Meanwhile, Frank Jr. visits Phoebe and asks her to take one of his triplets. But he can't decide which one. So of course, he decides to keep them all. He was just tired and strung out. Also, Chandler and Monica visit one of Phoebe's friends, who had adopted a child. And since the kid looks like he's twelve, Chandler assumes he knew he was adopted, and blurts it out. The kid gets very upset and they are asked to leave. Come on, guys. It's not his fault. Tell your kid the truth.
Overall, I give this episode a 7 out of 10.
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