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The One with Monica and Chandler's Wedding (Part 1)

‘The One with Monica and Chandler's Wedding (Part 1)’

Season 7, Episode 23 -  Aired May 17, 2001

As their families gather ahead of Chandler and Monica's wedding, the groom goes missing. Ross searches for Chandler while Phoebe and Rachel try to keep the news from Monica. Meanwhile, Joey lands a part in a prestigious film about World War 1.

Quote from Chandler

Monica: Well, honestly? Ever since we got engaged I've waited for you to flip out.
Chandler: Honestly? Me too.
Monica: Really?
Chandler: Yeah. You know, I keep thinking that something stupid will come up and I'll go all, well, Chandler. But nothing has.


Quote from Monica

Monica: I'm so glad. And thank you for staying so calm during this. It's really made me stay calm. I could've been worse.

Quote from Phoebe

Joey: I can't believe I have to go back to work and get spit on again.
Phoebe: You're lucky. At least the people who spit on you are famous.
Joey: Who spits on you?
Phoebe: I don't want to talk about work.

Quote from Ross

Jack Geller: Of course you could kick his ass, son.
Judy Geller: You could kick anyone's ass you want to.
Ross: Thanks, you guys.

Quote from Monica

Monica: I'm gonna steam my wedding dress, okay. Who wants the responsibility of making sure nothing happens to it?
Rachel: I'll do it.
Monica: Who wants it? Anybody?
Rachel: I said I'll do it.
Monica: Nobody wants to do it? All right, I'll do it myself.

Quote from Rachel

Rachel: Monica, I'm not gonna screw it up.
Monica: You're right. I'm sorry. You were a big help tonight. And thanks for putting my grandmother in the cab and making sure she got to the hotel safely.
Rachel: Well, of course. That is what I'm here for.
Monica: Okay. I'm sorry.
Rachel: [to Phoebe] What grandmother?

Quote from Chandler

Monica: Did he say what kind of neckline he'll be wearing?
Chandler: No.
Monica: Well, I've only met him once, but I am guessing plunging?
Chandler: He is more of a "if you've got it, flaunt it" kind of father.

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