PHOEBE: You don't have any other choice!
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,
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