Omelette. Noun. A preparation of beaten egg cooked with butter or oil in a frying pan, usually folded around a filling such as cheese, vegetables, meat, or some combination of the above. Gourmet cook Julia Child once described an omelette as soft-cooked scrambled eggs wrapped in an envelope of firmly-cooked scrambled eggs.
Rachel: You know I adore you
, right? And because of my affection for you, I'm only telling you this for your own good. We've generously defined omelette for you. So, now you know what an omelette is, right? Eat one. Or five. You know: Those three egg omelettes with six kinds of cheese and maybe some fucking sausage. Just keep eating them until we can see your legs again, honey. You're starting to look like an "O.C." Bobblehead Doll. In fact, I think a trip to Omeletteville may be in order. ("Bring it on down to Omelletville!")