Ross: (coming into Chandler's apartment all flustered) Yeah! Yeah! Okay! Sure! Look! Can we... can we talk about what happened here last night?
Chandler: Sure! Just give me a second to get all huffy and weird like you... Do you believe that whoever did something over here last night did what they did or didn't do... I mean, come on!!
Ross: (about Rachel) If she wants to move on, that's fine!
Chandler: You know when "that's fine" sounds true? When someone yells it, and spits!
Joey: Hey, uh, let me ask you guys something. I'm havin' new head-shots taken tomorrow, right? And the photographer said that she thinks I should have my eyebrows waxed. Is that weird... for a guy?
Phoebe: Well, it depends...
Phoebe: ...On how far along he is in the sex-change process.
Rachel: I kissed Gavin last night.
Monica: You kissed him?
Rachel: Yeah, it was after the party, we were on the balcony, and...
Monica: Wait, wait, wait. I was home the whole time, how did I miss that?
Phoebe: It was the end of the party, you were probably ironing wrapping paper.
Monica: (thinking back and smiling) Oh, yeah...
Rachel: (about Gavin's present) There is a thin line between love and hate, and it turns out that line is a scarf.
Phoebe: (to Rachel) Wow! Five months maternity leave, you're back for four days, kiss a co-worker and call in sick... They are lucky to have you!
Joey: I'm here for my eyebrow appointment.
Joey: Chandler Bing.
Joey: So, do you get a lot of guys in here?
Sonya: Oh, absolutely.
Joey: Oh, good.
Sonya: Yeah, you looking to meet somebody?
Joey: All right, let's just do this.
Sonya: Okay, we'll get to the wax in a minute. First, I want to tweeze some of the strays, okay? Now, this may sting just a little bit.
Joey: Please, I have an extremely high threshold-- (Sonya plucks an eyebrow hair) Holy Mother of God! Oh, My face! My face!
Chandler: Hey, it's the most eligible man in New York! How's the moving on going?
Ross: Not well. I went on the subway again and someone did sit on my hand, but that person was neither female nor wearing pants.
Chandler: Well maybe you're going about this the wrong way. You know, I mean, think about it: single white male, divorced three times, two illegitimate children... The personal ad writes itself!
Ross: That's funny... Do you think you'll ever work again?
Chandler: What are you doing? You know I can only dish it out!
Ross: Hey, check out those two blonds over there. Hey, come with me.
Chandler: Are you trying to get everyone divorced?
Ross: You don't have to do anything. It will just be easier if it's the two of us... like college, remember? First, you break the ice with some kind of a joke so they know that you're the funny one, then I swoop in with some interesting conversation so they'll see that I'm the brilliant, brooding, sexy one.
Chandler: I thought I got to make the jokes.
Gavin: What's Ross doing to you in that picture?
Rachel: Oh, he's dusting me with a fossil brush.
Ross: Hi! I, uh, I couldn't help but notice, but that's an unusual necklace
Woman: You already hit on me an hour ago
Ross: Right, so that's a firm "no".
Ross: This is great. Rachel's gonna keep kissing guys until she finds the one she wants and I'm gonna die alone.
Chandler: By drowning, or...?
Phoebe: (about Monica on stage) Can you totally see through her shirt?
Mike: Like an X-ray... Bad day not to wear a bra.
Chandler: Okay, you know how most kids get their allowance from mowing the lawn or taking out the garbage? Well I earned mine by plucking the eyebrows of my father and his "business" partners.
Chandler: (about Monica's transparent blouse) Are those my wife's nipples?
Michelle: Ross, you didn't tell me you were a doctor!
Rachel: What, what, wait a minute! You haven't even told her you were a doctor yet? How long have you known her, like, an hour?
Michelle: Actually about an hour and a half.
Ross: I told you it wasn't long, but there is an amazing connection between us.
Michelle: You feel that too? Oh, I thought that was just me!
Ross: Are you kidding?
Michelle: Hey, do you want to go away this weekend?
Ross: We'll see.
Rachel: Okay, Ross, what's going on here? Are we just bringing strange women back to the apartment now?
Ross: I don't know. Are we just kissing guys on balconies?
Rachel: How do you know about that?
Ross: Through the magic of sight!
Rachel: (about Michelle) Is that what this is all about? You bring her up here to get back at me?!
Michelle: No, actually, see, I had to pee, 'cause I can't use public bathrooms because of the doody parasite...?
Ross: Okay, Michelle. It's time to go. (manhandles her out the door)
Michelle: Well, call me...
Michelle: No, wait! You don't have my phone number!
Ross: Um, you know what? If it's meant to be... I'll guess it.
Rachel: Why didn't I get that message?
Rachel: From the guy in the bar. Why didn't I get that message?
Ross: Because I... folded it up and put it in my pants pocket. Do you ... do you not look there?
Rachel: You know, I actually came in here hoping to have a mature conversation with you about us! But I can't do that with someone who hides my messages and brings crazy women back to my apartment!
Ross: Hey! None of the sane ones wanted to come back with me! (realizing what he just said) That's not the point, okay? The point is you... you are the one who moved on and didn't tell anyone!
Rachel: Oh, Ross, this is just so messed up! What's wrong with us? You know, when people hear about our situation they always ask, "What, you live together but you're not a couple? ...and you have a baby--isn't that weird?" And I say "No. You know what, it's not, because it works for us!" But you know... this doesn't work. In fact this is the opposite of working...
Ross: Uh, clearly.
Rachel: And you know, we said that we would, we would live together as long as this makes sense. And maybe this, you know, just doesn't make sense anymore.
Ross: Yeah, maybe not.
Joey: (answering the door to find Rachel there) Hey!
Rachel: Hi... Can Emma and I live here for awhile?
Joey: (stammering) Uh... of course.
Rachel: Thank-you... (hugging Joey) Your eyebrows look weird.
International Episode Title:
France: Celui qui se faisait épiler (The One Who Got Waxed)
This episode has a new opening sequence, showing clips from the first half of Season 9.
Dermot Mulroney (Gavin) appeared as a "Special Guest Star" and received the "and" credit.
This is the final appearance of Dermot Mulroney as Gavin Mitchell. Gavin was in 3 episodes of Friends.
This is the last episode with Monica's name in the title of the episode.
This episode runs 30:53 on DVD (a typical sitcom runs about 22:00).
This episode ran 40 minutes on original airing.
Phoebe: (to Monica) You're always singing "Yummy yummy yummy, I've got love in my tummy."
This is a reference to the song "Yummy Yummy Yummy" by the Ohio Express.
Chandler: (to Joey) What seems to be the problem, Ashley Judd?
Joey tries to cover his eyebrows by holding up a magazine with actress Ashley Judd on the cover. Ashley Judd has been in several hit movies, such as Kiss The Girls and Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood.
Chandler: (about Joey's one male, one female eyebrow) Well, I guess you don't need my help, Victor-Victoria.
This is a reference to the 1982 movie Victor/Victoria, starring Julie Andrews as woman impersonating a man impersonating a woman.
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