Movie-Word

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

Aunt Iris: Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, listen, I am parked at a meter. Let's do it.

"Friends", season 1, episode 18

(He starts the car and surprisingly in fires right up and comes to a nice idle. (Both can be rarities with British sports cars with their lovely Lucas ignition systems, which tend not to work especially in the rain.) Anyway, this being New York he is parallel parked on a street with the car in front of him only inches ahead of his bumper, likewise with the car behind him. He’s completely boxed in and can’t move more than two inches. He tries to get out several times by bumping the bumpers of both cars to no avail.)

"Friends", season 7, episode 14

Phoebe: That is so great! Oh, I... (sees that a parked car near them has caught on fire) Oh my God!

"Friends", season 3, episode 23

Monica: I'm parked in a garage on Morton!

"Friends", season 9, episode 18

[Scene: Ross’s birthday, night has fallen and Joey and Ross are walking by where his car is parked to find that both cars blocking him in have left.]

"Friends", season 7, episode 14

Ross: Hey uh Mon, I saw the Porsche parked out front, can I get the keys? Thought I’d take that bad boy out for a little spin.

"Friends", season 7, episode 22

Monica: It's not ok to do it in a doctor's office but it is ok to do it in a parked car behind a Taco Bell?

"Friends", season 9, episode 21

[Scene: Outside Central Perk, Phoebe is walking up and notices a car that is parked half on the curb and right in front of the door, making it difficult for people to enter Central Perk.]

"Friends", season 5, episode 16