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This 'Friends' Scene Was Pulled After 9/11, But You Can Watch It Now

TSA doesn't quite get Chandler's sense of humor in this deleted scene.

"Friends" fans well know that when Chandler Bing starts saying inappropriate things, it doesn't end well -- or even quickly.

For example, remember the "poo" interview? Or when he spilled the beans about that kid Owen's adoption and the triplets' surrogacy birth in one day? Or even the one when they were in sideways world and he started rambling about how Phoebe was going to die? Yeah, as much as we loved his humor when he was on, this kind of stuff seemed to happen a lot.

In this deleted scene from his honeymoon traveling episode with Monica (Season 8, Episode 2 - "The One Where Rachel Tells Ross"), which is going viral after having been recently unearthed, Chandler makes Greg Focker look like TSA's ideal passenger when he starts inadvisably riffing on the "no jokes about bombs" sign posted up at the security checkpoint. Head meet desk.

As the scrolling intro for the scene recalls, "The story involved Chandler joking with security at an airport and was to air two weeks after the events of September 11, 2001. In light of this, we decided to replace the original story. As part of the history of the show, we hope that the scenes can be viewed in the spirit which they were originally intended."

All we can say is that if Chandler acted like this all trip long, it's no wonder he and Mon got fake-numbered by Greg and Jenny. Yeesh.