"PIVOT! PIVOT! PIVOT!" No matter how many times you've watched this scene, you know there's no chance that couch is going up the steps! If you were around during the 1990s and 2000s, you're definitely aware of the lives and antics of Rachel, Monica, Phoebe, Joey, Chandler, and Ross.
In 1994, NBC premiered one of their most successful shows to date "Friends." Following a group of 20-somethings in New York City, the sitcom focused on their hectic professional and personal lives.
While the plot might've had you captivated, it was the quotes that left you laughing in your seat. Just how much further was that couch going to PIVOT up the stairs? Who shocked us all when they announced: "I got off the plane?" Who taught you that true love occurs with lobsters? For those of you easily rattling off the answers, it seems that this quiz might've met its match!
After ten seasons, "Friends" said goodbye to Monica's apartment and the world. With over 230 episodes, the characters seem always to come alive, and they certainly do with this quiz!
Do you have the 'unagi' to pass this quiz or will you go running to Yemen in fright? Let's find out if your memory will "be there for you" as you master this quiz!
Ross yells this in season 5 "The One with the Cop" when Chandler and Rachel are trying to help Ross get his new sofa into his apartment.
This quote from Chandler comes during season 3 "The One With the Metaphorical Tunnel" when Chandler is scared of the "tunnel" of commitment until Joey convinces him to face his fears... but then Chandler overdoes it and scares Janice away for a while. Monica and Rachel welcome Chandler to "their side of the tunnel" and console him with ice-cream.
Ross says this line in season 1's "The One With The Birth" when Carol gives birth to Ross's son Ben, who is named after Phoebe.
Monica rips out this memorable line in season 4's "The One With Chandler In A Box" where Chandler tries to make up with Joey by spending most of Thanksgiving in a box.
This classic Friends line happens in season 3's "The One Where No One's Ready:" Ross has an important night but no one else is ready to go. Joey and Chandler fight about chairs and clothes. Joey spills hummus on Phoebe's dress. Monica hears an old message from Richard and thinks that it might be new; she leaves him a message which she then tries to erase, but just makes it worse. Rachel can't decide what to wear; Ross gets angry and Rachel decides not to go... unless he drinks the fat.
This is from the season finale, "The Last One Part 2" after Ross had poured out his heart to Rachel, but she leaves anyway. When Ross arrives home, a few minutes later, Rachel shows up, having realized she loves him, too.
Monica says this line to Rachel at the end of "The Pilot" as they cement Rachel's place in the Friends' gang.
In season 6's "The One With Joey's Fridge" Joey's refrigerator breaks down, so he tries to manipulate his friends into paying for part of it. Plus he has to eat all those perishables by himself.
Do you remember this line from the first season, "The One With the Blackout"? Chandler is trapped in an ATM vestibule with Jill Goodacre. The rest of the gang hangs out at Monica and Rachel's apartment and when Ross tries to share his feelings with Rachel, he is attacked by a cat. While searching for the cat's owner, Rachel and Phoebe meet "the Weird Man", known in later episodes as Mr. Heckles. The cat turns out to belong to Paolo, an Italian hunk who lives in the building and doesn't speak much English.
In the final episode of season 6, "The One With The Proposal Part 2," Chandler has campaigned to convince Monica he never wants to get married in order to make his planned proposal a surprise. The two finally get engaged after Monica takes things into her own hands by proposing to him but is too emotional, so Chandler rescues her with a perfect proposal.
In season 2's "The One With The Baby On The Bus" Chandler and Joey take care of Ben for the day, but accidentally leave him on a city bus while meeting women. They retrieve him from Human Services, but are a little unsure whether they've got the right baby.
Phoebe says this line to Rachel and Monica as she holds their ears in season 2's "The One After The Superbowl Part 2" when Monica and Rachel have been fighting over Jean-Claude Van Damme.
Chandler asks Monica and Rachel for some advice in season 4's "The One With Phoebe's Uterus" because he is nervous about being intimate with Kathy since she used to be Joey's girlfriend. Kathy is very grateful to Monica and Rachel for their excellent advice.
Phoebe says this in season 5 "The One Where Everybody Finds Out" ... Phoebe, while looking at Ross' potential new apartment with Rachel, looks out the window and sees Chandler and Monica "doing it." Phoebe and Rachel decide to use their knowledge of this romance to play some practical jokes on Monica and Chandler -- jokes which include Phoebe making passes at Chandler. Monica realizes they must know (now everyone knows except Ross!) so she and Chandler play along, and each side tries to see who will crack first.
This line is from season 7's "The One Where Chandler Doesn't Like Dogs." When Rachel invites Tag over for Thanksgiving dinner because he's depressed after breaking up with his girlfriend, Rachel has to decide whether to comfort him as a friend or to make a move. Joey helps Rachel out with this classic Joey comment.
Monica's larger size was a running joke throughout the series, and of course, Ross, ripped this zinger.
Chandler says this to Monica in season 8's "The One With The Tea Leaves" when Monica discovers that Chandler doesn't put the CDs back in the right cases and a project to organize them is undertaken.
In season 7, Monica and Chandler ask Joey to officiate at their wedding and he says this great line to them as he's writing his speech.
This quote is from the pilot episode of season 1 by Chandler when Ross is talking about how depressed he is over his failed marriage with Carol.
In season 10's "The One Where Chandler Gets Caught" the gang is sitting on the couch in Central Perk as Monica inhales a delicious chunk of cake. Monica answers, quickly, that she'd give up sex, Ross says he'd give up food, (but remarks it's a "Sophie's Choice" to make him decide between sex or dinosaurs), and Joey has this line as a response when Rachel asks him.
This is a classic Chandler line, from the pilot episode of the series, "The One Where Monica Gets A Roommate" or "The One Where It All Began."
Joey says this line in season 4's first episode, "The One With The Jellyfish" after Monica gets stung by a jellyfish and Joey remembers that peeing on a jellyfish sting takes the pain away.
One of everyone's favorite episodes, in season 2 "The One With The Prom Video" Rachel forgives Ross for "the list" and kisses him passionately after the gang watches an old video of her and Monica getting ready for their senior prom. Phoebe says this line towards the end of the episode, reinforcing her lobster theory from earlier on.
This quote is from "The One Where Chandler Crosses the Line" in season 4. Chandler kisses Joey's girlfriend Kathy, and it causes a rift once he 'fesses up to Joey.
Joey says this in season 2's "The One Where Joey Moves Out" to Chandler when they are discussing the pros and cons of sharing a toothbrush. Joey wants to know why they can share the same bar of soap but not a toothbrush, and Chandler tells him it's because soap is self-cleaning... then Joey replies with this eye-opening zinger.
Joey says this to Rachel when she chooses not to take his advice.
Phoebe says this in season 2's "The One With Phoebe's Dad" when the gang celebrates Christmas.
Joey shares his thoughts on living alone.
The gang struggles throughout the episode with Phoebe's boyfriend Roberts shorts being a little too revealing ... but Gunther lets him know with this well-placed line to take care of his business.
In season 4's "The One With The Jellyfish" Rachel shouts this line at Ross as they fight after he fell asleep reading her letter... and then it's Chandler that replies, "I knew it!!"
Joey says this to Chandler during season 1's "The One With the East German Laundry" when Chandler needs help breaking up with Janice
Rachel hollers this out during the gang's trivia game in answer to the question, "What is Chandler Bing's job?" The trivia game show was emceed by Ross to settle their bet that Monica and Rachel know Chandler and Joey better than the guys know them - the stakes are high: If the girls win, the chick and the duck have to go. If the guys win, they get the girls' apartment.
This line is all the way back from season 1's "The One With The Blackout," said by Chandler to Jill Goodacre when she offers him gum while they are trapped in an ATM vestibule during a New York City blackout.
Rachel says this to Ross in season 2's "The One Where Eddie Won't Go" after Monica, Rachel, and Phoebe read a female empowerment book, Be Your Own Windkeeper, which has even more detrimental effects on their relationships with each other than it does on their relationships with men.
Phoebe's brother Frank says this line during season 4's "The One With The Embryos" after Phoebe emerges from the bathroom after taking a pregnancy test and informs them that the fertilization "took."