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The One Where Joey Moves Out 

Joey and Chandler's friendship is jeopardized when Joey decides to move out. Monica worries about her parents finding out about her relationship with Richard when they attend a party together. Rachel and Phoebe go to get tattoos.

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Joey Tribbiani (as Matt Le Blanc)
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Audrie Neenan ...
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Jack Geller (as Elliot Gould)
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Phoebe talks Rachel into getting a tattoo despite, or rather because of, Ross's disapproval. At dad Jack Geller's birthday party, Dr. Richard Burke has some trouble hearing comments about his unspecified date, Monica more hearing about hers and the worst when she's accidentally in the bathroom while her parents get intimate. After a tiny row about using each-others stuff, even soap, Joey considers moving out of Chandler's apartment to live alone for the first time now he has a good contract and another actor moves to an even posher one. Written by KGF Vissers

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Comedy | Romance

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15 February 1996 (USA)  »

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Trivia

At Jack's birthday party he has a signed Harmon Killebrew baseball bat. Killebrew played for the Minnesota Twins who are at times called "The Twinkes" the same nickname unknowingly given to Monica for dating the much older Richard. See more »

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Just after Pheobe shows her blue freckle tattoo, the mic appears on the top of the scene. See more »

Quotes

Chandler Bing: I'll just turn your bedroom into a game room or something. You know, put the foosball table in there.
Joey Tribbiani: Whoa. Why do you get to keep the table?
Chandler Bing: I did pay for half of it.
Joey Tribbiani: Yeah, and I paid for the other half.
Chandler Bing: All right, I'll tell you what: I'll play you for it.
Joey Tribbiani: All right, you're on. I could take two minutes out of my day to kick your ass!
Chandler Bing: Your little men are gonna get scored on more times than your sister!
Joey Tribbiani: Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa! Which sister?
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References Friends: The One with the Prom Video (1996) See more »

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A Touching Ending To The Episode
11 December 2014 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Not as great as the last episode, but still enjoyable Plot In A Paragraph: Joey and Chandler fall out over Joeys unhygienic cleaning habits, and Monica and Richard struggle to keep their relationship a secret at Monica's Dad's birthday party.

Although pivotal to the plot, I did not like the Joey and Chandler falling out story, and hated seeing Chandler all sad and alone in the apartment after Joey leaves. A Touching Ending To The Episode as Joey comes back for one more hug from his best friend.

Matthew Perry and Matt Le Blanc both nailed it in this episode, the both absolutely knocked it out of the park. Job well done guys


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