Joey and Phoebe are planning to have a dinner in a restaurant and they arrange to get dates for each other. Looking at his address book, Joey finds out that he only has only girl's telephone numbers. He promises Phoebe to find her a male companion for that night. At the Coffee House Joey simply shouts the name "Mike" in order to see if someone responds. A Mike responds and Joey tells him the plan. Meanwhile, Monica has been offered a job in a great restaurant. She's afraid of telling Chandler that she wants to take this job, as it is in Manhattan meaning couldn't move with Chandler to Tulsa. Everyone finds out that Ross stills visits his pediatrician, Dr. Genttleman. He even likes to ask for a sucker when he's leaving doctor's office. At the restaurant, things get complicated, because Joey tells Phoebe that he and Mike are friends from the high school leading to much improvisation, but Phoebe discovers that Mike is a total strange. Chandler understands that Monica has a great ... Written by
In this episode we get a new great addition to Friends: Paul Rudd. I like the actor and am glad that he was part of the great show Friends. It is pretty funny how he joins them. The way Joey found him and the time they were sitting at the table at the restaurant were great scenes. I especially like how Joey started yelling for another Mike there.
I liked how "grown up" Joey and Rachel were about Dr. Weiner's name.
Sad to see Chandler go to Tulsa. But I loved how Joey was handling it. Especially when he doesn't let Monica talk to his best buddy on the phone, that was so Joey! The way Phoebe acted was a bit weird, I think they exaggerated there, this is not exactly what I would see her do. She may not be best friends with Chandler but she does love him too
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