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The One with All the Jealousy 

Ross becomes insanely jealous of Mark. Monica hooks up with a co-worker, who writes her a poem with a hidden meaning. Joey's numerous lies on his resume catch up to him when he takes part in a Broadway production.



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Episode cast overview:
Joey Tribbiani (as Matt Le Blanc)
The Director (as Obba Babatunde)
Julio (as Carlos Gomez)
Jeannine (as Wendy Schall)
Hillary Matthews ...


It's Rachel's first day at the new job. Mark is taking her out for lunch and Ross is extremely jealous. Monica hooks up with "poet" Julio from work. Joey gets a part in a musical because he lied about having dancing experience. Ross sends Rachel flowers, musical bugs and even a singing quartet to the office to let Mark know she has a boyfriend. Chandler and Ross go to Chandler's cousin's stag night and Ross takes Ben to play with the stripper's kid the following day. Rachel is jealous even though she just told Ross to stop being jealous of her friendship with Mark. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Romance


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Release Date:

16 January 1997 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


Carlos Gomez, who plays Julio in this episode, later starred as Sam (the director) in the spin-off series Joey. See more »


Ross tells Rachel that he had been with Carol for 8 years. However, in Friends: The One with the Flashback, he said that he was with Carol for 7 years. Both numbers are wrong since Ross and Carol had known each other for just 6 years by 1993 (they met in college, which Ross started in 1987), the year Friends: The One with the Flashback is set. Even if we ignore that episode and go with the version presented in Friends: The One Where Monica Gets a Roommate, set in 1994 and according to which Carol had just moved out, Ross and Carol had known each other for just 7 years by then. See more »


[last lines]
Singing man 1: Is there a Julio here?
Julio: I am Julio.
All: [the singing quartet arrive and sing on behalf of Monica] Bom bom bom bom...
Singing man 1: Mister Pretentious... You think there's no one finer/ Well your poems are unpublished/ And you work in a diner/
All: You're no God's gift to women/That's all in your head/You are just a butt munch!
Singing man 2: No one likes a butt munch!
All: And you're also bad in bed!
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References Leave 'Em Laughing (1928) See more »


You've Got To Pick a Pocket or Two
Performed by Matt LeBlanc
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The One with All the Jealousy
27 June 2011 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

The story of Ross being jealous of Mark continues. While Rachel is still not being a character I feel any sympathy for, one can still see that Ross is being unreasonable. Although once he describes his feelings one can see where he is coming from. So it was very well written and presented

I have no idea why Monica is into Julio, because he seemed like a slimeball from the start. But this story does bring a few laughters. Especially when Joey has no problem figuring out what Empty Vase is about and when the quartet sings a song for Julio.

And Joey's audition is the most hilarious. Especially when everyone auditioning dances the routine as Joey taught them

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