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'ADOPTED' in a movie sentence | examples for 'ADOPTED' from movies

Owen: I'm adopted?

"Friends", season 10, episode 2

Phoebe: Well, if you're having a hard time, you should talk to my friends, Bill and Colleen. They adopted a kid. I'm sure they'd help you.

"Friends", season 10, episode 2

Chandler: I'd love to, but I gotta get back to talking to your parents. They're telling us all about how they adopted you.

"Friends", season 10, episode 2

Chandler: I'm so sorry, but you should have a sign out there or something. Or at least whisper it to people when they come in the door. "Owen doesn't know he's adopted, and he also thinks that Santa is real."

"Friends", season 10, episode 2

Colleen: You told him he's adopted?

"Friends", season 10, episode 2

Chandler: I didn't get to the bathroom. I bumped into Owen on the way, and he didn't know he was adopted. And there's a slight chance I may have told him.

"Friends", season 10, episode 2

Colleen: I'll go get him in a second. By the way, you should know we haven't told him he's adopted yet.

"Friends", season 10, episode 2

Chandler: What if they're not? What if it's adopted by a king?

"Friends", season 10, episode 17

Chandler: Owen didn't know he was adopted, and Monica told him.

"Friends", season 10, episode 2

[Scene: Joey and Rachel's, Chandler is playing Playstation, Crash Team Racing to be exact (he’s in last on Hot Air Skyway to be more exact) as Joey enters from his room desperately trying to look like a 19-year-old. He’s got the wool cap, he’s got the cut-off Knicks jersey over the faded T-shirt, and he’s got the whole pants-around-the-knees-showing-off-the-boxers thing that rich, white, suburban kids have adopted in a desperate and extremely futile attempt to try to look like they’re from the inner-city.]

"Friends", season 7, episode 1

Owen: I'm adopted?!

"Friends", season 10, episode 2