What are you writing?
Well, Joshua's coming in tomorrow
and since I don't have the guts to ask him out.
I'm gonna sell him a coat
and put this note in the pocket.
"Joshua, give me a call sometime."
"Guys like you..
...never go out of style."
What did you throw away?
- Hi, guys. - Hi.
Hey, hey, Emily, what have you guys been up to?
Oh, we went to see a collection of Victorian doorknobs
at the Cooper Hewitt Museum.
My uncle dragged us there.
But it actually turned out to be really interesting.
They were so ornate and beautiful.
I mean, look at that.
I don't know how museums work in England
but here, you're not supposed to take stuff.
I, uh, I got it from the gift shop.
They have really lax security there.
Right. I've got to be off, I'll see you. Bye-bye, then.
Well, hey, you guys seem to be having a good time.
Oh, yeah, she's-she's amazing
and-and she's so much fun, you know?
And you know what, when I'm with her, I'm fun.
I even signed up for helicopter classes.
She's leaving in two days. I don't have to do it.
Wow, two days, you must be bummed.
Yeah, she's got to go back to London.
But you know what?
I've been prepared for this from the start.
We both knew we had two weeks together
and then-and then that's it, you know?
Hey, that's what all my relationships are like.
Yes, but in Ross's case.
They both know in two weeks that's it.
- Oh, hello, hello. - I know, I know. Yeah.
So, the baby is totally craving meat.
This afternoon, I tried tricking it.
I made it a soy burger so that maybe it would think
it was getting meat, you know?
And I got nauseous.
Well, maybe that's because soy burgers suck.
Now, being pregnant is hard on your tummy.
Hey, but at least you get that cool pregnant lady glow.
Oh, that's sweat. You throw up all morning.
You'll have that glow, too.