What would you do?

Quiz by: rmd
Description: Friends - Phoebe tells Rachel to get off a plane because she has a feeling that there's something wrong with the left phalange.
1. Why does Phoebe want Rachel to get off the plane?
2. Where is Rachel going?
3. Is Phoebe (the woman in the car) absolutely certain that there is something wrong with the plane?
4. Who is more superstitious?
5.) What does Rachel ask for?
6.) Is there anything wrong with the plane?
PHOEBE: You don't have any other choice!
ROSS: Phoebe!
RACHEL: Hello?
PHOEBE: Rachel! Oh, good! Hey, by the way, did you just get on the plane?
PHOEBE: For what it's worth, we would have caught her if we were at the right airport. Hey, Rachel,
hang on..
RACHEL: Phoebe, is everything okay?
PHOEBE: Um, actually no. No, you, you have to get off the plane.
RACHEL: What? Why?
PHOEBE: I have this feeling that something's wrong with it. Something is wrong with the left
RACHEL: Oh, honey. I'm sure there's nothing wrong with the plane. All right, look, I have to go. I love
you and I will call you the minute I get to Paris.
PASSENGER: What was that?
RACHEL: Oh, that was just my crazy friend. She told me I should get off the plane because she had
a feeling that there was something wrong with the left phalange.
PASSENGER: Okay, uh, that doesn't sound good.
RACHEL: I wouldn't worry about it. She's always coming up with stuff like this, and you know what?
She's almost never right.
PASSENGER: But she is sometimes.
RACHEL: Well... What are you doing? (Whaddaya doin?)
PASSENGER: Okay, well I can't take this plane now.
FLIGHT ATTENDANT: Excuse me, sir. Where you going?
PASSENGER: I have to get off this plane, okay? Uh, her friend has a feeling something's wrong with
the left phalange.
RACHEL: Could I get some peanuts?
PASSENGER 2: What's wrong with plane?
FLIGHT ATTENDANT: There's nothing wrong with the plane.
PASSENGER: Haha. The left phalange?
FLIGHT ATTENDANT: There's no phalange.
PASSENGER: Oh, my god. This plane doesn't even have a phalange!
PASSENGER 3: Well, I'm not flying on it.
FLIGHT ATTENDANT: Ma'am, please sit down.
PASSENGER 4: What's going on?
PASSENGER: We're all getting off. There is no phalange!
RACHEL: This is ridiculous.
Phoebe is mispronouncing the word, flange.

"The flange assists the pylon to securely mount the engine to the wing, most notably on the DC-10. American flight 191 out of Chicago made this part famous."
Tree Liner, worked at Wall Street
Answered Jul 17, 2017