Friends - [2x21] - The One with the Bullies

"The One With The Bullies" is the twenty-first episode of the second season of Friends, which aired on April 25, 1996.

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Chandler and Ross enter the coffee shop and sit down on a sofa when two other male customers - Arthur and Carl - return from making orders at the counter and claim they are in their seats.
Revealing themselves to be nasty, unpleasant and potentially violent individuals they start bullying and intimidating Ross and Chandler whenever they see them. The bullies tell Ross and Chandler they are never to return to the coffee house unless they want to get beat up. Chandler and Ross eventually decide to face their fear and go anyway.
The now more casually dressed bullies suggest they "take this outside", and while discussing the "rules" for the fight, they notice that other guys are stealing the valuables they had set aside for the fight. All four guys chase them down and the problem is resolved.
Monica is down to the last of her savings and decides to invest in the stock market even though she knows nothing about it. She picks the stocks to invest in based on the letter combinations that stand for the companies. She eventually loses all her money and has to take an awful diner job where she has to dress up like characters from the fifties and dance on the counter.
Phoebe decides to visit her biological father. When she gets there, a little Jack Russel terrier, tries to attack her. She,Rachel and Joey are stuck in the car until it is night. She decides to come back later but as she pulls out she runs over the dog. She takes it to the vet and later brings it back to the house, meeting the woman who lives there. When she asks ifFrank Buffay lives there she finds out that her father has abandoned this family as well. However, she does meet her half-brother, Frank Jr. and bonds with him a bit.

The One with the Bullies [2.21]

[Joey and Rachel are waiting for Phoebe to get back from her father's house]
Joey: [Pulling out a sandwich] Want half of my sandwich?
Rachel: What kind is it?
Joey: Ham and olive spread, no mayo.
Rachel: [Sarcastically] Right, right, 'cause mayo would make it gross.

[a dog is trying to attack them and Joey throws his sandwich at him but he doesn't touch it]
Rachel: Okay, Joey, the dog will lick himself but will not touch your sandwich. What does that tell you?

Joey [To Ross]: Haven't you ever gotten beat up before?
Ross: Yeah.
Joey: I mean, by someone besides Monica.
Ross: No.

Phoebe: Bras! We bought bras! We bought bras.