Ross and Rachel arrive at the casino, where Rachel quickly learns she is "a human doodle". The ink won't come off, so she and Ross spend the day hiding in the hotel room, raiding the mini-bar. Once they're completely drunk, Rachel finally agrees to go back down to the casino--after she draws on Ross' face. Phoebe, playing the slots, is plagued by a lurker: An elderly woman who follows her around, waiting for her to give up a machine that hasn't paid out, then takes over and hits the jackpot (a strategy with absolutely no basis in the laws of probability). She decides to out-lurk the lurker; but during a confrontation with her, Phoebe gets thrown out of the casino. Joey tries to persuade his identical hand twin that they should go into show business. He becomes such a nuisance that he gets thrown out, too. Chandler makes a scene to get Monica's attention. They make up, and Monica continues her winning streak playing craps. Chandler says if she rolls another hard eight, they'll get married. The dice bounce off the table and the roll is disqualified; one die shows a four, the other is on it's edge between four and five. Chander decides it's a four. They arrive at the wedding chapel and are waiting for the previous service to end, when the chapel doors fly open and out walk the drunken Ross and Rachel, newly married.
Rachel (on the phone): Hello, Vegas? Yeah, we would like some more alcohol. And you know what else? We would like some more beers. Hello? Oh, I forgot to dial!
Joey: Hey Rach, how you doin'?
Rachel: I'm doin' good, baby. How you doin'?
Joey: Ross, don't let her drink anymore!
Monica: I can't get married until I get something old, something
new, something borrowed, and something blue.
Chandler: Okay, okay... all right, all right! Okay! Here's something... here's something blue and new.
Monica: You're so efficient! I love you!
Chandler: Let's go!
Monica: No, no, no! Wait! We need something old!
Chandler: Oh, okay... I have condom in my wallet that I've had since I was twelve.
Monica: That'll work!
Chandler: I don't think so.