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

Rachel: Well, okay. Would-would you get me a Diet Coke?

"Friends", season 6, episode 22

Chandler: It’s a hand. It’s a thing you use as a Jack and Coke holder.

"Friends", season 8, episode 11

pain as Monica grabs him underwater)-Diet Coke.

"Friends", season 5, episode 2

Chandler: Yeah, can I get a 3-piece, some cole slaw, some beans, and a Coke—(Yelps in pain as Monica grabs him underwater)—Diet Coke.

"Friends", season 7, episode 21

Rachel: (sitting at a table with some of her friends) (to waitress) Oh, um, no, no, no, no excuse me, hello. Hi. My friend ordered an onion, not an olive, and uh I ordered a rum and Diet Coke, which I don’t think this is.

"Friends", season 3, episode 6

(As she is drinking, Monica laughs and Chandler's joke and Diet Coke comes out of her nose.)

"Friends", season 5, episode 8

Paul: (entering) Here you go honey. One Diet Coke with ice.

"Friends", season 6, episode 22

Paul: Diet Coke. (Hands her the glass.)

"Friends", season 6, episode 22

Monica: Yeah, you were, but you decided to make salmon because you had some left over at the restaurant. And then you realised if you (Points at Rachel) bitched about it, then you (Points to herself) would stop cooking, and you (Points at Rachel) would have to make your famous baked potato and Diet Coke.

"Friends", season 4, episode 18

Rachel: Whoa, that Diet Coke just went straight to my head! Woo!

"Friends", season 6, episode 22

Rachel: Uh great! How do you feel about Diet Coke?

"Friends", season 7, episode 16

Rachel: You’re out of Diet Coke.

"Friends", season 7, episode 17