Mr. Heckles dies and leaves his "estate" (which consists of a bunch of junk, much of it stolen from our gang) to Monica and Rachel. Rachel wants to keep an ugly lamp and Monica is against it. Rachel accuses her of still thinking of "their" place as "her" place and, when Monica accidentally breaks the lamp, Rachel's point is made --that is, until Monica replaces it with an equally hideous clock which Rachel had also admired. Meanwhile, Chandler, in thumbing through Heckles' yearbook, realizes he is living the same life Heckles did and becomes terrified that he, too, will end up alone because he is too picky about women's superficial flaws. After he stoops to calling Janice (which, luckily, doesn't lead to anything, because she is married and pregnant), the women convince Chandler that he's no different from the rest of the men on the planet, which makes him feel much better. And Phoebe lets it slip that she doesn't believe in evolution, which drives Ross nuts, so he keeps trying to make her change her mind.