Monica and Phoebe shop at the store owned by Janice's soon-to-be-ex-husband, and Monica ends up with the wrong bed. Rachel and Ross have dinner with her father, which doesn't go well; the next day at brunch, Ross and Dr. Green find something to bond over. Gunther broods over Rachel. Joey Teaches a class--"Acting for Soap Operas". While trying to return the bed, Joey and Monica see Janice kissing her husband.
Ross: Hey--when you guys were kids and you played Happy Days, who were you? I was always Richie.
Monica: I was always Joanie.
Joey: Question. Was, ah, "Egg the Gellers!" the war cry of your neighborhood?
Rachel: Are, uh, having dinner with my Dad tomorrow night. I hope that's okay.
Ross: Oh shoot, tomorrow's not so good, I'm supposed to, um, fall off the Empire State building and land on a bicycle with no seat. Sorry.
Phoebe: Ya know, in England this car would be on the other side of the store.
Phoebe: Uh, Monica it, it feels so weird, ya know. Chandler's your friend. Oh! Oh my God! Alright, take this bed. You can make other friends.
Joey: Oh, by the way, before I forget--to work in soap operas some of you are going to have to become much more attractive.
Joey: Yeah, it's this great part, this boxer named Nick. And I'm so, so right for it, ya know, he's just like me. Except he's a boxer, and he has an evil twin.
Dr. Green: Rust... is boat cancer, Ross.
Ross: Wow, I'm sorry. When I was a kid I lost a bike to that.
Monica: When did I sign for it?
Phoebe: When I was you! You know what? It's all Joey's fault, 'cause he left his nose open!
Monica: Did you make brownies today?
Chandler: Okay, well if this bed isn't new, then how come there's plastic on the mattress?
Monica: Sometimes I have bad dreams.
Dr. Green: Wait a minute, you don't have renter's insurance?
Dr. Green: But what if somebody steals something? How are you gonna run after him with one leg shorter than the other?