Rachel: We are very sorry to tell you this, but you, Phoebe, are flaky.
Phoebe: That's true. I am flaky
Rachel: So, what? You're just okay with being flaky?
Phoebe: Yeah, totally.
Monica: Well, then I'm okay with being high- maintenance.
Rachel: Yeah, and I am okay with being a pushover.
Phoebe: That's great. Good for you guys.
Monica: I am not high-maintenance!
Rachel: I am not a push over!
Phoebe: Who said you were?
Rachel, Monica: You did!
Phoebe: I'm flaky. I'll say anything.
*Flaky: If you describe an idea, argument, or person as flaky, you mean that they are rather eccentric and unreliable.
example) She worried if the idea wasnt't just a little flaky, a little too outlandish.
*Pushover: You say that someone is a pushover when you find it easy to persuade them to do what you want.
example) He is a tough negotiator. We did not expect to find him a pushover and he has not been one.