Rachel is getting tired of being pregnant and is in a bad mood, wanting the baby to arrive. The gang are scared of Rachel's temper, but they show great tolerance to her. Joey's big movie premiere is going to take place that night. Everyone except Rachel wants to go, but Estelle tells Joey that she only has one ticket because she sold the rest on Ebay. Joey picks Chandler because of all the support that he has given to his career. Later, Monica and Phoebe are betting about the date that Rachel's baby will born. Meanwhile, Joey and Chandler are in the movie premiere and towards the end Joey sees that Chandler has fallen asleep. Angry, Joey asks Chandler some questions about the movie. Chandler doesn't answer any of them, and Joey confronts him about falling asleep. Joey is disposed to pay back all the money that Chandler lent to him. him. Later, Rachel and Ross are visiting the doctor and they ask for some home remedies that help to induce labor. The doctor says that there're many, like...
Did You Know?
The name of the WWI-period movie in which Joey is starring, "Over There", alludes to the 1917 song of the same name which was as a popular WWI patriotic song used to enlist young American men and by American troops outbound to the European war zone. In 1936, composer George M. Cohan was awarded a Congressional Gold Medal for it and other songs. See more
Rachel becomes pregnant shortly before Monica and Chandler's wedding, which is May 15th (according to 'The One With the Cheap Wedding Dress') - this would put her due date somewhere around December or January. However, as Rachel nears her due date she is dressed for summer weather and talks about it being "100 degrees" outside. See more
[after Ross suggests that Rachel's outfit is inappropriate
Good God, man, don't anger it!
References Sleeping Beauty