Joey calls Phoebe; refusing to take Chandler's apologies for not believing in his film, he barks for him to not come over- he's working as a gladiator in armor in a Vegas casino. Monica tells Phoebe, who may not tell Chandler, that she met and lunched with Richard, but felt nothing. Monica decides to give Chandler one anniversary present a day early: tickets for Las Vegas; Phoebe insists everyone goes, to make up for her missing London. Ross and Rachel have previous engagements but decide to follow the next day. As Phoebe put the idea in her head, Rach tests out walking around alone and naked; Ross sees her and comes over, thinking it was a sexual invitation; this misunderstanding escalates on the plane to embarrassing each-other in outrageous ways. In Vegas, Joey must admit he's just earning cash while the movie is delayed lacking funds. Chandler and Monica fight whether she may see Richard again. Joey loses his only tip in one hand, but thinks he'll make a fortune because he found ... Written by
Did You Know?
Rachel (Jennifer Aniston
), reluctantly takes advantage of being naked while having the apartment to herself. Jennifer Aniston did the whole sequence herself. The scene was written because Aniston was dating Brad Pitt
at the time and Pitt was known for walking around his home in the buff. See more
When Ross and Rachel are on the plane and Rachel takes off her cardigan she has taken it off her shoulders in the first shot, but in the next shot she is just starting to take it off her shoulders again. See more
Oh my god, that's Rachel naked! I can't look at that, I am looking at this. Ok, vivid colors, expressive brushstrokes... unless she wants me to be looking at that. She knows I'm home, she knows I can see her; what kind of game is she playing? I think maybe someone's lonely tonight.
Doctor Geller, stop it, you're being silly. Or am I?
In an episode made shortly after Courteney Cox married actor David Arquette and considered taking the name "Courteney Cox Arquette", the producers of Friends jokingly added "Arquette" likewise to the end of the names of every actor in the opening credits. See more
For the Love of Money
Written by Kenny Gamble
, Leon Huff
and Anthony Jackson
Performed by The O'Jays See more