They all go to Joey's play together. Joey is bringing Kate, Ross is there with a date so Rachel has to get a date as well. Rachel turns up with her freaky date Tommy. Joey and the cast get really bad reviews for their performances and Joey finally gets the chance to be with Kate again. They stay up all night and talk. Rachel stops seeing Tommy because Ross was right and he really is a maniac. Kate leaves for a job in L.A.. Written by
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When the director says to Joey and Kate "a plague on both your houses!" This is obviously a reference to Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet where the line originates. See more
In the pre-credit scene, Joey is asking who wants tickets for his play later in the day. After asking Monica and then saying, "Two it is," Joey turns to Ross and says, "Ross, how about you?" Ross doesn't have anything in his hand but in a close-up he is holding a potato chip. See more