Janice : Well, I just talked to Sid, we are definitely putting in an offer on the house. A-a-and I'll bet we get it.
Chandler Bing : The Hitlers will be so disappointed.
Janice : All right, I got to run. Tell Monica I say goodbye. And, I'll see you later, neighbor.
Chandler Bing : Wait! I just want you to know that... I'm so happy you're going to be here.
Janice : Oh, me too.
Chandler Bing : Because... that way... we can pick up where we left off.
Janice : Huh?
Chandler Bing : I never stopped loving you.
Janice : Oh... my.
Chandler Bing : Yeah, yeah, yeah! I want you... I need you... I must have you Janice Litman Goralnik Neihosenstein.
Janice : Chandler, what are you talking about?
Chandler Bing : Now that you live next door, we can be together every day. Sid and Monica never have to know a thing.
Janice : I don't know what to say... I mean, you know, obviously we have this... heat between us.
Chandler Bing : [stunned] Obviously.
Janice : But I love my husband. And I know you love your wife. Now, I don't think we should get this house now.
Chandler Bing : Don't say that. Don't tangle the dream and take it away.
Janice : Chandler, one of us has got to be strong.
Chandler Bing : I understand.
Janice : Although, maybe just... one last moment of weakness.
Janice : [she kisses Chandler, while he squirms] Goodbye Chandler Bing.
Chandler Bing : [Speaking as in pain] They're never coming down now.
Chandler Bing : Will we love it so much with her next door? And she's gonna be louder out here too. Just the crickets and
[apes Janice's voice]
Chandler Bing : "Oh... My... God"!
Monica Geller-Bing : If we don't get this house, she's still going to show up wherever we go! At least if she's here, it eliminates the element of surprise. Never again will you have to hear the three words that make your balls jump back up inside your body!