Even before they leave the apartment, Joey drives Chandler crazy by forgetting everything useful, even his passport, but crying every five seconds "London, baby!", and photographing absolutely everything all the time, as if 6 hours on an airplane with Monica weren't bad enough. Emily was already a nervous wreck, but when she and Ross show Monica her dream site for the wedding that hall is already torn down, ahead of schedule! Ross hears Monica made her consider postponing and freaks out about their parents and transatlantic guests; she answers then they better call it off altogether. Back home, Phoebe makes Rachel realize how much she still loves Ross, so she helps her make up her mind, but warns her it's too late to get Ross back- yet Rachel rushes to London. When Joey insists to buy and wear an ostentatious Union Jack souvenir hat, Chandler refuses to spend the rest of the day thus; instead of being lost and miserable, Joey has a great afternoon, even photographed with Fergie, but ... Written by
Did You Know?
The finale was filmed in three parts, first the scenes with Lisa Kudrow
were filmed in Los Angeles, then everybody went to London and they filmed the scenes on the street, then they filmed the dinner and other scenes in a studio in London before an audience. See more
When Monica, Ross and Emily are on their way to the church Monica frowns on the fact that Ross and Emily decides to serve chicken on their wedding - meaning that something like salmon are more classy than chicken. However, she is serving chicken at her own wedding. In season 7, episode 7 (T.O.W Ross's library book) Janice comes to the restaurant where Monica works to complain about the chicken. Later when Monica tells Chandler that Janice invited herself to the wedding she exclaims, "Oh my god, she's not gonna like the chicken that night either is she?" See more
The Gentleman on the Plane
[Rachel is nervously tapping out a discordant beat on an airplane magazine, much to the annoyance of the Englishman next to her
Uh, excuse me, excuse me. If you're planning on doing throughout the entire flight, please tell me now so that I can take a sedative. Or perhaps slip you one.
References The Flying Nun
Where Everybody Knows Your Name
Lyrics and Music by Judy Hart-Angelo
and Gary Portnoy
Performed by Gary Portnoy See more