Movie-Word

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

RACHEL: Oh God. Ross, OK, if you care about me at all, you will get the pie out of the man's hood.

"Friends", season 2, episode 17

Rachel: Just washing the windshield. (She turns on the wipers forcing Ross off of the hood.)

"Friends", season 7, episode 22

[Ross goes over behind the guy and grabs the pie out of his hood as he leaves]

"Friends", season 2, episode 17

(Suddenly from out of nowhere Ross dives onto the hood.)

"Friends", season 7, episode 22

ROSS: I'm sorry, my pie was, was in your hood. Now I just have to get the coffee out of that guy's pants and I'll be back in the hospital by 7. [swats at an imaginary insect by his head, guy leaves promptly]

"Friends", season 2, episode 17

[Someone bumps into Rachel and she drops the pie in a guy's hood that's seated at the table. She improvises by using the plate as a saucer for the coffee.]

"Friends", season 2, episode 17

RACHEL: Pie in the hood, pie in the hood. Go.

"Friends", season 2, episode 17

[the guy with the pie in his hood get up to leave]

"Friends", season 2, episode 17