RACHEL: You guys, you’re not gonna believe this. I was just saying good night to Emma, and she said her first words.
JOEY: What did she say?
RACHEL: She said gleba. Isn’t that amazing?
ROSS: Yeah, no no no… that’s great.
RACHEL: Why aren’t you more excited?
ROSS: Uh, Rach, gleba is not a word.
RACHEL: Of course it is.
ROSS: Okay, what does it mean?
RACHEL: Well, I don’t know all the words.
ROSS: I’m just glad I didn’t miss my daughter’s first word.
RACHEL: Yes, you did! Gleba is a word.
ROSS: Okay, use it in a sentence.
RACHEL: Okay. “Emma just said gleba.”
ROSS: It’s not a word.
RACHEL: Okay, okay… Fine, I’m gonna look it up. Gleba, gleba… Ah, here it is! The fleshy spore-bearing inner mass of certain fungi.
ROSS: She’s gonna be a scientist!