Ross and Rachel: Rachel and Phoebe help Monica learn how to roller skate. Rachel's distracted when Gunther brings her hot chocolate, and Monica runs into her, knocking them both down. Ross tells Chandler and Joey that he's going to be on TV for the Discovery Channel. They're having some documentary about a new dinosaur bone, and Ross's going to be interviewed. He's really excited about it. Rachel's side hurts really bad from the fall. As she and Monica are discussing the pain, Ross comes in to tell them about the documentary, but he never gets a chance to. He's wearing a really ridiculous white suit and Monica and Rachel tease him. He leaves with out telling them his news. The night of the interview, Ross goes to Chandler and Joey's to find out which of two suits he should wear. They don't know, so he goes to Monica and Rachel's. Rachel's been trying to take some aspirin, but her side hurts too badly for her to easily open the bottle. As Ross opens the apartment door, the aspirin bottle explodes open. Ross attempts to talk her in to going to the hospital, but Rachel declines. She has a dinner at her boss's she has to get ready for. Rachel asks Ross to help her get ready. Ross does Rachel's make-up; it doesn't go well. Even though the make-up looks awful, Rachel decides to leave it the way it is. Ross starts to leave, but Rachel asks for his help getting dressed. She's uncomfortable with him seeing her naked, and he makes fun of her, since he's seen her naked so often. To aggravate her, he closes his eyes and says he's picturing her naked. Rachel gives in and starts to undress, but Ross enjoys it a little too much. She closes her robe back up and tells him to leave. She reaches for her clothes, but it hurts a lot. Ross tells her she has to go to the hospital and she agrees. She asks him to go with her. He calls off his interview, but Rachel doesn't realize. As they come back from the hospital they run into Chandler in the hall. Chandler asks about the interview. Rachel asks Ross what Chandler was talking about and Ross tells her about the documentary. Rachel tells him it was sweet of him to go with her. They have a bit of a moment, but Ross leaves. He sits out in the hall, where Chandler finds him.
Monica: has to learn to roller skate for the diner. A comment in one of the diner's suggestion boxes was that the servers should skate. Monica's really bad at it. She falls on Rachel, most likely breaking one of Rachel's ribs. She's at work, on the roller skates, when Pete comes in. He'd been on a business trip to Japan. He brings her Japanese hotel toiletries. Pete tells Monica that he bought a restaurant and wants Monica to be the head chef. Later that evening, Monica tells Rachel about Pete's offer. Monica doesn't feel comfortable accepting because she knows Pete has feelings for her, and she still isn't attracted to him. Phoebe's at the diner with Monica the next time Pete comes in. Monica lets Pete know that she isn't going to accept his offer. Pete tells her that he met someone on his trip, so his feelings for Monica are know longer an issue. Monica decides to take the job and skates back to the office to quit. Monica runs into Phoebe in Central Perk before she's supposed to check the restaurant out with Pete. Phoebe hints that she knows something important to Monica, but she can't tell Monica what it is. Monica tries to guess, but doesn't get it for awhile. She finally figures out it has something to do with Pete, but she doesn't know exactly what it is. She inspects the kitchen of the restaurant and really loves it. She gives Pete a hug and when she does, he smells her hair. Monica realizes that Pete still has feelings for her. She tells him she can't accept the job if he has feelings for her because she doesn't want to hurt him. She kisses him on the cheek, but he moves to kiss her on the lips. There's a definite spark between them and she kisses him some more.
Phoebe: gave the diner the suggestion that the servers should be on skates. She has a conversation with Chandler about how long it took for her suggestion to come into affect; he suggested the servers should be topless. Phoebe tells Chandler and Joey that taking care of the chick'll be really difficult, but they don't listen. She's at the diner with Monica when Pete tells Monica he met someone else. When Monica goes into the back to quit, Phoebe calls Pete out for making up a woman. Pete admits that he did make up the relationship, but asks Phoebe not to tell Monica. He's hoping that if she works at the restaurant and he gets to spend a lot of time with her, she'll start wanting him. Phoebe agrees not to tell. She runs into Monica before Monica's supposed to meet Pete at the restaurant. Phoebe hints to Monica that she knows a secret, but she can't tell Monica. Monica guess all kinds of things to find out what the secret is. She finally guesses it has something to do with Pete. Phoebe tries to charade it out for Monica, but Monica doesn't get it and has to leave.
- Is it weird that I totally see what Joey means when he says Chandler looks like Satan?
He's like a pitchfork and a bifurcated tail away. Bifurcate may be one of the best words of all time.
- Hypothetically, I think it'd be awesome to have a chick and a duck. In reality, though, they sorta ick me out. Parasites, y'know?
- I'm so sick of hearing about Kate. She's a bitch.
- The keep the chick in a Lincoln Log pen. It totally makes sense that Chandler and Joey would have a set of Lincoln Logs just lying around
- Rachel seems to get hurt a lot. She gets run down by a woman for a taxi, she falls off the balcony and sprains her ankle, she busts her head open trying to hide from Ross and Julie at the airport, and now she has a broken rib from Monica falling on her.
- Oh, they never actually say if she broke a rib or not. I guess we just have to assume.
- Part of me feels like I should be offended by Pete buying a restaurant and asking Monica to be head chef, just so he can spend time with her, but I'm really not. I should also be creeped out that he asks Phoebe not to tell Monica he still has feeling for her and made up a woman, but again, I'm really not.
- Ross's make-up applying skillz.
- The white suit.
Oh. My. God.
"Y'know, with that goatee, you kinda look like Satan."
"Oh, so that's why that priest threw holy water on me." -Joey and Chandler, discussing Chandler's new look.
"What a jerk! You want me to kick his ass?" -Rachel, to Monica, after hearing about Pete's head chef offer.
"Got a job on a river boat?" -Rachel, to Ross, who's wearing a white suit.
"Oh, I see, so this suit is making a point. Now that you're on you're own, you're free to look as stupid as you like." -Rachel, to Ross, after he explains he stopped wearing the suit because Rachel didn't like it.
"I like it even more on you than I did on Colonel Sanders." -Monica, to Ross, about his suit.
"Oh! Was it how you invented the cotton gin?" -Rachel, to Ross, still about the suit.
"Fowl? No. Women? Nooo." -Chandler, to Phoebe, answering if he knows anything about chicks.
"Easy, Lennie." -Chandler, to Joey, as Joey cuddles the chick.
"Ahh, we met on the plane. She asked me if she could finish off my peanuts, I thought she said something else, we had a big laugh." -Pete, to Monica, about his new woman.
"I'm just saying, this woman. I mean, she's fictitious, no?" -Phoebe, to Pete, about his woman.
"I can't tell. What ever it was went back in too quickly." -Chandler, to Joey, about the chick's gender.
"And you don't think taking care of our chick is work?" -Chandler, to Joey, who's planning to go out for drinks after a long day of work.
"Wow! That aspirin dance really works!" -Ross, to Rachel, after she explodes aspirin around the room.
"Do you guys know how to get a chick out of a VCR?" -Chandler, to Ross and Rachel.
"Sophisticated like a hooker?" -Rachel, to Ross, as he's doing her make-up.
"Does it have to do with--with Chandler and that sock that he keeps by his bed?" -Monica, to Phoebe, trying to figure out the secret.
"Okay, I feel like I'm talking to Lassie." -Monica, to Phoebe.
"Okay, now when you come back I hope you remember that hat chick is not a toy!" -Chandler, scolding the duck.