Carol, Ross's lesbian ex-wife, tells him at work that she is pregnant with his child, Monica nearly has a breakdown when her parents come for dinner, and Rachel finds out that Barry and her maid of honor Mindy, went on her honeymoon.
A very pregnant Phoebe is asked to name one of the triplets. Emily offers to show Susan around London. Rachel tries to prepare the perfect evening for herself and Joshua. Emily loves Susan. Phoebe decides that the boy will be named either Chandler or Joey. Joey accidentally tells Chandler he has an awful name. The chick and duck wander over to Rachel's apartment and freak out Joshua, so they go to his parents' house. Ross worries about losing another woman to Susan. Joshua's parents come home unexpectedly. Chandler disowns his name and tries to find himself a new name. The girls convince Ross not to let what happened with Carol happen with Emily. In order to keep Chandler from legally changing his name, Phoebe decides to name the baby Chandler. Chandler reveals to Joey that it was all a trick.
Monica's first Thanksgiving dinner for the gang burns when they all run to the rooftop to see the runaway Underdog balloon from the parade. Joey wins his first modeling gig as the poster boy for VD. And Ross competes with Susan to "communicate" with his unborn baby.
Carol and Ross decide to have a threesome to spice up their marriage. Rachel goes to Joey's and kisses him. Chandler and Monica have sex and end up together anyway. Susan meets Carol. Rachel catches Barry cheating.
Everyone knows the sex of Ross's baby (it's a boy), except for Ross, who doesn't want to find out until it's born. Rachel's relationship with Paulo ends after he makes a pass at Phoebe. And though Monica hates him, she sends him off with one of the dozen lasagnas she made for her aunt, who doesn't want them anymore because they've got meat in them. Meanwhile, Chandler and Joey go shopping for a new kitchen table and come home with a Foosball table instead.
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