While Rachel uses ludicrous excuses to slow Monica down before she notices he is missing, Ross and Phoebe find still missing him in his office. He is afraid that becoming 'the Bings' will spell marital misery, maybe as bad as his parents. Ross gets him to face things one at a time and he feels better. Later smoking in the hall, Chandler overhears the girls about Monica's pregnancy test, and instead of freaking out he gets her a present and decides a baby isn't too scary. Internet-minister Joey has a hard timing leaving the film set, where famous co-star Richard is hopelessly drunk, but arrives just in time, still in World War I trench uniform, to officiate. Without either notes, decorum or a clue about the proper order of the ceremony he still manages to marry the happy couple. After the ceremony, Monica denies having taken a pregnancy test, Rachel seems to know more. Written by
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After they are pronounced husband and wife, the song being played with violins is "Everlong" by the Foo Fighters
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In the beginning of the ceremony, right after Joey says "...more perfect for each other", he stops talking and the camera moves to Monica's face to catch her reaction. In the right side there is Joey in the background and he mouths something like "...marriage" but it is clearly not connected to the previous shot and no audio is heard, we just see his lips moving. See more
Chandler, for so long I wondered if I would ever find my prince, my soul mate. Then three years ago, at another wedding, I turned to a friend for comfort. And instead, I found everything that I'd ever been looking for my whole life. And now here we are with our future before us and I only want to spend it with you, my prince, my soulmate, my friend. Unless you don't want to. You go!
Monica, I though this was going to be the most difficult thing I ever had to do. But when i saw you walking down ...
A Groovy Kind of Love
Original by Carole Bayer Sager
, Toni Wine
Performed on violins See more