a line on the TV show Friends.thanks.the scripts are below, and the questions are in square brackets
CH: Hey, what did your agent say?
JO: Yep, this kiss thing is definitely a problem, the director wants to see it again. I gotta figure out what I'm doing wrong. Oh, 【one of you girls come over here and kiss me】.
MO: What, forget it!
RA:【 Yeah, right】.
JO: Come on, I need your help.
Q1: 【one of you girls come over here and kiss me】, why not use the singular form of the verb "come" and "kiss", I looked it up in the dictionary, and it says "Grammar: 'one of' should be followed by a plural noun but a singular verb, as in one of the doors WAS (NOT WERE) open. " so, the way I see it, it should be "one of you girls comeS over here and kissES me"
Q2.【 Yeah, right】.is it a response to Monica's "forget it"? as in "yeah, Monica, you're right , let's forget about it and not kiss him, or is it a response to Joey's "come and kiss me"? so, rachel is being ironic here? as in "yeah right (I won't kiss u)!"