Joey earned too much money to keep hiding it, so Monica suggests investing in real estate, such as Richard's apartment for sale; Chandler accompanies him, and they find a videotape marked Monica... After some coaching from slick ideal daughter in law Rachel, Phoebe has her first dinner with boyfriend Mike's classy parents and some boring acquaintances, but despite a phony British accent she's too much herself not to shock and disgust, yet Mike sticks with her, and more... Ross is the first to get baby daughter Emma to really laugh, but Rachel is shocked to hear he did it by singing a saucy rap about big buttocks; nevertheless, she's more envious... Written by
Although Tom Selleck's character, Richard, is very important to the plot of this episode, he does not appear. See more »
When Ross first sings the song to Emma his hand is on her back, in the next shot it's under her head and then on her back again. See more »
[in Richard's apartment]
Oh, my god. Look at this tape. It says 'Monica'.
Think about it. Ex-boyfriend's apartment, videotape with her name on it...
[Joey looks thoughtful]
Get there faster.
[Joey thinks for a few seconds]
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This is a good episode. I loved the story of Emma laughing. It is just so funny that she laughs to this song. And having Ross and Rachel rapping how they like big butts was great as well
The story of the videotape was pretty cool too. I liked how Joey threw both Chandler and Monica on the floor so that they don't see what they thought was Monica in action. Was also happy that Richard deleted the video
And the best part was Phoebe meeting Mike's parents. Was pretty funny how she was trying to be like them with her clothes and accent. And the still let the Phoebe out with punching Mike's dad and telling them about a pimp spitting in her mouth. Also great that she threw up in their closet. Serves them right for feeding meat to a vegetarian
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