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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The string quartet plays two songs. When Chandler (with his parents) and Phoebe/Rachel (with Ross) walk down, the string quartet plays "Groovy Kind of Love". When Monica (with her parents) walks down they play "My Love", originally by Paul McCartney
and Wings. See more
In the DVD version, during the scene in Chandler's office, Ross says, "can you just come home and take a shower" to which Chandler responds, "yeah but then after that..." Ross then interrupts him and says, "don't worry about what comes after that. We're just gonna go home and take a shower. There's nothing scary about that, is there?" Then Chandler responds, "depends on what you mean by 'we.'"
However, most of the conversation is cut out on the TV version, so Chandle responds to Ross's statement, "can you just come home and take a shower" with, "Depends on what you mean by 'we,'" which makes absolutely no sense out of context. See more
Look, I have somewhere I need to be, so if we can shoot the scene fast, that'd be great. But, I don't need to tell you, you're a professional.
...I'm wearing two belts.
Are you drunk?
Yes, you are!
Well, all right.
Begins with "previously on Friends" which leads into a cut down version of the usual intro and misses out the guitar intro and "the clap". See more
Written by Paul McCartney
& Denny Laine
Performed on violins See more