In my opinion, the best scene of the 10 years of Friends is in this episode.
It's when Pheobe, Ross and Rachel are in the new Ross' apartment and Pheobe sees Monica and Chandler "doing it" through Ross apartment's window, her hysterical reaction is the best!
Lewinsky, 40, says she decided to tell her story now because of the suicide of Tyler Clementi, the 18-year-old Rutgers freshman who jumped from the George Washington Bridge in September 2010 after he was secretly caught on a Webcam kissing another man in his dorm room.
Clementi’s suicide, she wrote, made her mother, Marcia Lewis, frantic because it dredged up memories of her fears for her own daughter after the scandal broke.
The jokes and acting are incredible funny in here, and it's a great step and a very especial moment for the show when everybody finds out about Chandler and Monica.
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But I am not jumping in because one dinner with Monica enabled me to read her mind as she sits with friends and family at the Watergate, pondering her fate. The simple act of gifting me with a few quarters after knowing me but a few minutes disarmed me. Her long hours and international roadtrips while working as the personal assistant to the deputy Defense secretary precluded much of a social life, and she was anxious to move on to something less demanding.
I write, clearly, because I want a piece of this story just like everybody else. "Just some extra I had." So, ignoring the usual coy mating rituals, Monica felt free to actually be nice. I was intrigued enough to approach Joe, who was the raison d'être for the going-away party. I thought it odd that she was leaving the Pentagon job without a new one to go to, but she explained that she was anxious to leave D. After a few plans fell through—about which she was unfailingly polite, understanding, and as far from aloof as you can get—I picked her up at her mom's place at the Watergate.