Phoebe feels really bad because she meets her ex David, the scientist who moved to Minsk, behind Mike's back. Chandler feels threatened when he finds out that Monica thinks her colleague Jeffrey is about the funniest man she knows. After interviewing candidates as nanny for baby Emma, Sandy is obviously ideal, a natural to work with children, including instant fan Joey, with one single flaw: Ross can't handle it's a he, and not even gay. Written by
When Ross and Rachel enter their kitchen to discuss firing the male nanny, the swinging kitchen door is open behind Rachel. But from the wide shots in the living room, the door is closed both before they enter and as they're exiting. See more »
This episode was amazingly funny. Basically Freddie Prinze Jr. plays Sandy a lovable male nanny. Freddie played this part really well i thought he made it so the character was believable and Sandys true colours shine through. It's a very different role than Freddie is used to playing and i thought he would kind of suck at this type of character after seeing him in She's all that and I know what you did last summer in which the roles are fairly similar. But he proved me wrong and made me laugh so much it was just the way he reacted to certain things going on in the episode. This is a friends episode which is worth while seeing and along as Freddie in the script making you laugh Chandler is also very funny in this episode in his dilemma. I strongly recommend seeing it. See how funny it is for yourself.
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