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CHANDLER: Hey, how you holding up here, tiger? Oh, sorry. When my parents were getting divorced I was getting a lot of tigers. Got a lot of champs, chiefs, sports, I even got a governor. 
RACHEL: This is it, isn’t it?  I mean, this is what my life is gonna be like. My mom there, my dad there. Thanksgiving, Christmas. She gets the house, he’s in some condo my sister’s gonna decorate with wicker. Oh, Chandler how did you get through this?
RACHEL: Every year we would go out on my dad’s boat and watch the fireworks. Mom always hated it because the ocean air made her hair all big. My sister Jill would be throwing up over the side and my dad would be upset because nobody was helping, and then when we did help he would scream at us for doing it wrong. But then when the fireworks started, everybody just shut up, you know, and it’d get really cold, and we would all just sort of smush under this one blanket. It never occurred to anybody to bring another one. And now it’s just…
CHANDLER: I know. 

TOW the Two Parties